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AND IRON CO.,
. Bar Iron;
Atallirood - Fish Bari and Bolts;
Itiiilroad Car Axlemi Boned
;Railroad ear Aides Hammered;
• Locomotive Frame Shapes;
FUME; Bodo, Wrists;
Pihmso Jaws, Collars, &e. ,
Office, No. 177 PENN STREET,
G RAN T I BYERS & CO.,
Bar,. Hoop .- and 'Sheet Iron,
l4im Welded Tttbes for Gas, Steam,
'. Water &e
1'..,;.;191L:i.' WELT, TUBING.
Itmee, 98 Water and 182 First Streets.
KIMINGTON IRON WORKS.
LLOYD . & BLACK,
Best Common, Relined, Charcoal
JUNIATA BLOOMI/RON.- •
MERCHANT BAR, ROUND and SQUARE IKON BAND,__T and ANGLE:LRON.
BOILER PLATE. and SHEET IRON. '
ROWER' AND - REAPER BAS
CYLINDER annARD or FINGER IRON.
fassmogßAl aiindite tbs. to the yard. •
WROUGHT CHA and B. PIE,BB for same.
' FLAT RAILS, Punched and Countersunk. ,• ,
COAL SCREEN IRON.
Warehanse and Office at the Works, GREEN
COUGH ',STREET, (a conUrreation First street,
adjoining the City Gee Winks, Pittsburgh, .
E VEHIMIN PRESTON & CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
Warelitise, Nos. 106 and 167 FIRST STREET,
opposite BrOtiongayela Reuse,
SHEFFIELD STEEL. WORKS:
SINGER, NTMICK CO.,
Mannfacturers of every description of
CAST AND CERMAN STEEL,
- ELLIPTIC AND PLATFORM SPRINGS,
AXLES, STEEL TIRE, ac.„ az:
Warehouse, 88&Water and 100 First Sts.
pIITTSBURGII STEEL WORKS.
ANDERSON,COOK & CO
UrUCCESSOBS TO .749.147.9, - ,BOYD & C 0.,)
BEST :REFINED CAST. STEEL,
S42IJAILE, FLAT and OOTAGOBI, of liTslzec SAW
MATES HOE FORK and SHEET OAST STEEL;
P Mani Machines,
• 15 lkafhts,%frtiliirs,it:e.;
Cast Common Plow & SpiingSteel.
Of:lee—Corner IFTEIST AND ROSS 13TEEN,TEI, two
Mocks above the Monongahela House.
I i fILLEII4 BARB & PARKIN.
'M. METCALF, y AZUBEN MILLER * .
CEO. W. BARE, ' CHAS. PARKIN.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
Office, Ne. 339 Liberty St,
PARK, BROTHER & CO.,
Mainfactorers of ill descriptions of
Office and Warehouse' 120,11151, LAIL 'fiECOND
sad 119 and Lin FIRST BTHEZT,
NEW HARDWARE HOIISE.
LINDSEY; STERRIT & tit/ wEit,
• Multiftch'wen anti Inipo rtets
887, LIBERTY STREET,
CORNER OF WitYNEI,
Oise Square. Below Caton Depot,
Ali' Airents. for reLiasmwlnzs , ElcALleilk
TOBACCO AND CIGARS:
' ALLEN, • •
PSIAI4 III N.IILLL KINDS 07 • -
IASF; I ' OBAAXIO AND SEWS,'
ilroochof 1751 Water sine% N. Y. -
spito7l r DANIEL F. lIINAN.
Qms' 'WNW& .
11.; *. .73B,1 s=r 0100N,
Tobacieof Scrtaitalgars, Pipes, •*.a.,
3tPiww , Hr
= - • -4:_ , •• - -- c• • •
-f • -
• - • . . - '
:411 1) F4ftEk
• - •
MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS N. MlLLEW•l'tesident.
These Works are among the largest ane most
complete establishments in the West, and are now
prepared to furabih _
Anilines, of evert , description.
Boilers. 011 Tanks.
Sheet Iron Work.
Itotiling . -Ca.stin,Tet.
li!taehl , ne puittNrs,'_
Unies;al 04444 W •
n09:n69 ORDERS SOLIETTED
11 1 i1D PIPE WORKS. - • -
4i4nativwelmo- - •
Manufacturer of •
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE,
FOR GAS AND WATER WORKS.
IdiPmes itre - alreasi Iniailabiln Poi, In 44
Ban , and la feet lengths. Also, run assortment of
General Castings for Gas and Water Works.
I would also call the attention of Sum Intendants
of Gas Works to my make of RETORTS!
Tllt HAP FORT PITT FOUNDRY CO
CILIRLESJEMAP, President:- •
J. N. "[NAP, Vice President. •
0. METCAIX, liee'y and Treas•r.i
'J.J. H. WADE,•Engineer. - 1
J. G. KNAP, General Manager.
. - Drriscroiaa:
JAMES B. MURRAY, •01 . 1., Silolh a Co.'
A. E. W. PAINTER of ,I. ralin Tani
tdr &Seem. 1. ' '
C. B. HERRON,_of g pang, Chalfant & Co.(
THOS. S. BLAIR, o Shoenberger & Co.
WM. ; METCALF - 4 ofltiiier-BaBE it Pot Lai - "T' 4 :
orosadtY o.-. r -,.... ! . _ i ce
'!" - i
Rolling Mill and Blast Machinery
RETORTS andCASTrNI,S,_of every deecnizitlon.
ERNEST'S NAIL MACHINES. . fe24_
L. 0. LiiiNGISTON.W. H. BITRT.W. A. ROBINSON, JR.
FINE LIGIIT, CASW.INGS,
All descriptions, fiir Plumbera an&Das Fitters: Ag
ricultural Implements, Cotton and Woolen Mlli Ma
chinery, dtc... •
All Job Work promptly attended to.
. • ,
Office and _ woits—WASHlNGTON'!Ayracuz,
near Outer Depot, AllegLeny City, Pa.
ROBINSON, REA & CO.,
Successors to ItofinrsoN, MINIS & Mums,
FOUNDERSAND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH,
Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Stearn En
gines last Engines, Mill Machinery, Gearing,
Shaftini z, Castings clan descriptions; 011 Tanks and
Stills,Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. 1%. corner First and Smithfield Streets.
Agents for GIFGAB.D'S PETENTINJEC -Mt for
feeding Boilers. • ja11:02
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Butler Street; Ninth Ward,
(Opposite Union Iron Mills,)
Bolling Mill-and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS GENERALLY
Orders promptly and carefully executed.
PRIOR & SIMS.
Nice and .ITal
hilantaciiire and keep ixiniiintly on hand
Thimble, Skein and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON BURRS, DOG IRONS,
SUGAR SETTLER, HOLLOW WARE,
And Outings generally. It , 11108:0
T HOMASCARLISI\ - & CO.,
'Fourth Ward Foundry and .111achine Works,
BANDLTBIEY ST., ALLEGHENY CITY, Pa.,
Manufacturers of Stefan Engines, Oil Presses, Pal.
leys,•Bharting Grist . and Barr Min Work, Rolling
.MUI and Machine Castings, Grate, Weights,
Wagon Boxes, dc. "Build to order and have on
hand Engines of all sizes. myl4:q6
OENT - AAL FOUNDRY
AND RQLL WORKS
BOLLMAN, BOY)i) & BAGnEY.
chill !kills, Mill Caatlnks, Roll Lathes, ,te
kNULTON MACHINE WORKS.
ESTABGISHIM IN 1836.
a• r bTEAIR ENGINES, all sizes
and of the most approved patterna,_ for statlonari
p_urpoaes ; STEAMBOATS and , STLAIII FERRY
Variety $1 10, 18 and 16 horie power
EN3OB.6.ZWIAIOII wit/ be sold at Very. Muced
P. P. GEISSE. Wellivole, 0.
Fifty miles belciw Pittsburgh, on the Ohio Ayer, and
line of C. & P. R. no9:h2
GAS AND STEAM
JOHN I. COOPZR. KATZ.... IMM. HUM
ON MaICOOPER 11$ 1000y4;,:. r' =
GAS AND STEAM . FITTERS,
limns facuireri ot 4 Polliflitafi) BRA WORK A ___o
,prejg Atcrnitloni dealers nut,
Iz , I , u ° F -11111 4,1 1 % i -
CnrAmr Once and Walnut Street's,
sAmgrEL L WICKERSIIASI
- • -
124 First Street, Pittsilmrgh, Pa.
Agent for the sale of COrnyrall, DoUghamore, Jo
sephine, Isabella, Duneannon, Stanlio_ Jse, Glendon,
end other brands of Anthracite, Youghiogheny
Gotta and C. G. Charcoal. -• • : • -
Cionsicniaernts and orders respeetful/Y /Follette&
1...;A1LE-.:• ,, : ..., iitrki
O : iioit
1•7:._ ., , ,,,
oopPiß,:i44. l ,op .
, : - e4f t winEnrigrirsimpt44o.-_,
~,, , : .
' , PAREit. ALSCURDIMIE 00:5; - if J..
, . • -.A.. ., ..:_.•>...,.,... •,.:
: casaba:yrs -or ,Sheath - Braziers , and __Sol
• ... . Petaled . Bet
'. • V : . - • BPei tal.l l l4 l ll
4et ilh* , ile Oen- .
• 1 liektiabd. . -1- Ps SS' ` .l •-eq:' ,
ND 81 < ..
' .•: • orders og' 0 • • r 01$ St saylante a t i
mem • ' lli peire
PITTSBURGIT 'GA ZETMi- - FRitaY
880 Penn Eltroot.
alM l f=3,•l3olLZßS;qiie.'l
F o ! trTITT , -
,CARROLL & SNYDER,
TITIMILAE, POUBLE-PLITEDATBtILAH, FIRE
BOX AN., CYLINDER STRAM-BOILERS.
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANMS;
CHIMNEYS, BREE9H4r AND.ASEIVA . to
SETTLING PANS; T PANS'. AND CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS" - AND IRON
PR/SON DOORS ANDVOAL SHIITES
Office and Warehatise, corner Second;
Third, Short mid LibfrtzS4'eets,
sir Orders sent to the above address will be
promntlr attended to. mhZ:lB9
L it0na0'w....J.4., a. assaruna.,.....ws. BLAss.
(VHARA BOILER WORKS.
Steam Bailers, Oil Stills, Agitators,
TANKS, SALT PANS,IGASOBIETERS,,VROUGHT
IRON BRIDGES,,SHEET IRON WORK, do.
Cor. Liberty and Second Sts., •
REPAIRING proitipily done. jy4:63
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
. NOS. AO, 27, 24 AND 916 PENN ST. - •
Raving secured a large yard and furnished it with
the mos t . approved machinery, we are prepared to
manufacture, every descriptionot BOILERS in the
best manner, and. warranted equal to'any made in
the country. Chimneys, Breeching, Fire Beds,
Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers, Condensers; Salt
Pans, Tanks,Oil Stiffs Agitators, Settling Pans,
Boller Iron , Bridges •Sugar Fans, and sole mann
facturers of Barnhill's Patent Boilers.
Repairing done on theshortest notice. 1a.3:c21
JAMES M. MITER,
55 and 56 Water Street, _ •
IRON OIL TANKS ,
SETTLING PANS, COPI•SR STEAM PRE,
ROLLING MILL STACKS,
And SHEET IRON WORK,
JADED Y. DRUM ADYIIND D. BDUBH.
JARED M. BRUSH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
SHEET IRON WORK. &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES; CASTINGS, &C.
'OIOOIIL STOVES. _ •
• CET THE BEST.
BISSELL & CO.'S
FOB BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook, Rake_ or Roast as
well as any other Stove in the Union.
BISSELL & (10.,
No. 285 Liberty Street.
Also on hand and for We.
PABW EPILIT T° I I 4r I dTOVES,
GRATE FRONTB_, FENDERS,
COOKLNG RANGES, la.
CHEAPEST PLACE in the city
TO BUY THE
TRIUMPH COOKINC STOVE,
L at No. 146 GRANT tiTRZET.
P. C. DITIT'IPY.
WALKING AND kiNG , - .
Commission Merchants and Brokers In
Petroleum and 14 - Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
WARING, KING & CO.,
127 Walnut Street.
AND DEALERS IN
Petroleum and its Products..
Pittsburgh Offloa--DALZELL 4
Or of Duquesne Wag arid Irwin streets. _
Philadelphia Ofilee-lil7 WALNUT ST.
JACOB WEAVEB, , ire Es, CO"
Otl Commission -Jobbers,
No, 2 DIIQUEAN WAY, will buy and sell Crude ,
and Redne4 Lubricating, Tar, Bentine arid
Cooperage. Our ong experience in the Petroleum
trade anal:deans to o3er. unnatial - Winne* and in-
duoements too pOritoki, •As beretofore, We are do.
%ermined to reale it - the interest .of buyers and sel
lers to ere' us a call. Parties. having ()Ili lb/ rale
aretordial.W invited to bring their maples.
m• LoNG & -. If
• MANUTACTUItiRS Olt •
PURE WHITE BURNING (4,
Bratul—g 4 L FICIFEA"
°MON NO. 2 Duquesne, Wep t PittsbuiThe
J. C. .C. A. figliAW. .W. W. WiIIyXIMAD.
sono WORKS . .
Idantifioti; . re sad hm3 foe wile all kimil of
• , •
LUBRICATING OILS -
No. 1 VC. CLAIRIITREET.
11 111PPUBIL. 'KEIII4IAV & 1110 i,
-I I fa PRACTICAt. m lig.
•. , w#OLLBiLE AND ItitTAIL,
- ' !"EMON , ,li WEISE', '.
. iiiro: me I b 401711,14 1, Einlitillir7o ,
Chinitiiiii on Mmapo n :+4ltnd
samortment of poor" tiara a g=
liMarb i ffictlintiritti If Lig
A maist irp=t,
LIMON A Willa
!'- ,- 'OJ.: I !Tv- , ... , •10: , .-.' . 7..:1g'
FORT itiNIING -. COMPANY,
'No. 169 Wood , Street,
CAPITAL„: : : : : $2011,000.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
Jun. O. Risher.--
Robt. 11. - Karg,'
'AL BANKING BUSINESS
made on alfaccoaaible points in the
Allowed on. Time Deposits.
ES SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD.
I. CH. President.
.:T. VAN DOREN. Cashiiir;
LDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
NATIONAL 'BANK OF COMMERCE,
,- • .
• Cor. o Wood and"SixthStAL
A. PAT'ila 'soric ' Prasideat.
JOB. IL HI L Cashier.
CAPE AL, : : : $500,000.
A. Patterson, George W. Cass,
Wm. H. Brown, James McCandless,
Chas. Lockhart,-- •
Ha rltratrit -- dt,-' , W. Beeet.d.
Riosibovirrei AT 1I A.l,llt;t"
HART, CAVGIIEY & co.,
BANKERS; AND 'BROKERS; 7
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
(SUCCESS RS TO HANNA, HART & C 0.,)
Excha e, Coin, Coupons,
And parUcular attention paid to U a purchase and
Blight Drafts , on London.
. HOLMES , SONS;
57 Market Street,
prr , rqrs33uxuaki. PA.
Collections made op all the principal potato of the
Milted Suttee and Cowles.
Stocks, Bonds and otker Securities
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON" OOKIKDISIOIL
Particular stteattoa pald to the purchase sad
United States: Seourities.
WESTERN SAVINGS BANK,
No. 59 Fourth Street.
Interest paid on Time Deposits
ANY BUM RECEIVED FROM
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD.
DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO 0118,01 C,, WITHOUT
-Discounts Dolly at 111 •'clock.
Vice JPrmident—A. N. MARSHALL.
THOMPSON BELL,I A. M. MARSHALL,
JOS. DILWORTH. JOS. ALAREE.
J. J. GILLESPIE,
Stockholders to whom we
D. W. C. Bidwell,
M. M.. Felton.
BANK FOR SAVINGS,
FORAITvRL'YTHEDThZ ;SAVINGS INWraiTION
No. 07 Fourth Street, •
NIABLI OPPOSITZ TUX DANZ or P4rxsauson.
CHARTERED 3N usii."
OPEN DAILY from 9 to 4 o'clock and on WEI).
WESDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS,t. foam Kay
lit to November lst, from 7- to 9 o'clock, and from
November Ist to ?day- lst, etaa_fl • •
Rooks of Ay-Laws, Ito. furnished at tlieoffice.
'This Institution es ally oger,. to, th ose nkose
earalu ant Ranted, he: opportun i ty thttentuntilete,
by smaudentoslts,•eaS It saved,' a sum which Witt be
a" resource when needed, and be , interest In
otedd orArematulng unproductive:
BOARD Olf MANAGERS'
PRISMS:IT. • .
GEORGE A. BERnr. -
vlc rassuiinrroi '
8. H. IFARTMAN, I JAMES FARE, J.
.: , :siosataarr :Alva Tivaaosia,. z,. - 1
D. E. ifcIEINLEY.
A. BRADLEY. • - .WBI. X. NIIHOR,
A. 8. BELL, F. RAHM
JOHN 8. DILWORTH, 'JOSHUA utiODES, '
JAB; L. ORAH R A R t 'E. O. Beli - KERTZ,
C S.VI) HEE zutub , ,
SqLICITOBB—D. W: A. S. BELL. ' tnttivrtar
OLUNTAIIIK , ASSIGNIKIINT.%
• NotfeCis hereby Ova that J . J.14114 D. DEANA,
by deed of solunta# mielanmeit,riatucutite lath
day of June. 18814 assigned and ' trinifeiredio the;
rabacribero all his estate,; irettu t tth e pi a o t
his creditors. perapnelndebted to mild estate ,
wLLt maiii payment; and thOar; Lacing claims will
present Wein, duly authenticated, &Mho ollica t lfo..
GEO. N. ARUSTB,O244.
"Pittsburgh. Juni gg , 1868
,ktin . n. h' E.„,,
. , 4 „......eii,„ ‘T1w ,
v, .I ‘ x tz,......: .. ..i . T.d id.deb,
e tr fop -4 - i tv - ,435 1 , r ,.. ,, - 31.; 1 - . 0 , 44
_. - -,.' . .cu
Ws No. IPS llettallag atteSs
sceessible points in the
b ).!: : $ 200,000.
Wm. H. Haznilton,
Geo. T. Vsn Doren.
ii . i/73 , t0NED, WANED , ON ..,40VARNIlliarr
80.168, dna other approved iolliteral, at lowest
Orders executed faX the Purchase end
Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD.
p . t..,......'p...t . 0i:itettiii: , : .:,0420 . ;
Gold opened ~ l ower to -day at 1403;, del
dined to 140 X,, but closed strong at 149 x,
with a doWnwird teridolincy:- Tt seems the
Governmc,lnt is- dettitinliald'to 'keep down
the premium as near 140 as possible; the
Treasury being. in condition to sell
much gold, at present, the Assistant Treas
urer resorted to anticipating the 1868 bonds
duo July next, and in like manner will an
ticipate other July payuients. This
keeP the niarket supplied with cash gold
until tho regular July coupons become due,
when a decline is confidently expected,
though our foreign busineis would affect
the market unfavorably for the present:
Government bonds became weak and.
dull, and' deelined about 3L per cent. to::
wards the close •of business. the market
needs the support of b.ina. fide investors in
order to sustain quotations, and it is the
.interest of the speculators now to run down
the market in order to get an opportunity
to buy in again before the July payments
have any effect on the market.
Stocks are dulliind lover, with but few
exceptions; Cleveland it Pittsburgh is man
ipulated by a clique for the purpose to run
up the price to sell out on. Pacific bonds
are growing in favor with opeaators and
investors; it is likely that Union Pacific
will be put up to 103, on or after July next,
and the Central Pacific to 105. Express
shares are dull and lower.
'kilning shares steady.
Business inactive, and money easy.
—The following is the text of the bill le
galizing contracts payable in ooln,whieh has
passed the Senate, and now awaits ,the ac
tion of the Hoese: ' •
Be it enacted, dse., That any contract here-
After made, specifically payable in coin,
shall be legal and valid, and may be ea
.forced according to its , terms, anything in
the several acts relating .to United States
notes to the contrary notwithstanding:
Although contracts payable in gold have
been made coasts:lMS , and kept by honor
able men, While beinkimpossiblato enforce
thein in the Courts since the passage of
the legal tender act- As.. all foreign trade
is done on a gold , basis,,the husineea• in
terests of the country require - that the
above bill should . be speedily 'enacted into
—Closing quotatlons roomed by James T
Gold, 140 X; U. S. 6's, 1881's, 117 X; 5-20's,
1862, 113; 5-20's, 1864, 110 X; sa's, 1865.
110 X; - 10-40's, 1061 + ; 6.20'5, January and
July, '65, 113 X; 5-20's, January and July,
'67 113 X; June 7-30's; 109%; July 7-Nrs,
109 X; May Comp., 1865, 119,40.
There was again a very fair- supply of
battle on sale this 'Week; although both in
humbers and quality, it did not come up
to that of last, wets. The market was
moderately active, there being several east
ern buyers in attendance, but one great.
dra*back in the way, was that buyers and'
. • , .
sellers were ` apart , theformer .se a geniaial
.„11S,itiiig for concessions, to which,
the *titer as a• general thing were - nnwill:
log to accede, and as a consequence, a large
number were hitibpea• • eatii - int owners'
account. The great proportion of the cattle
offered this week appeared;toba,fretr(lilll
nols, with a fair ;number Vora
'Wepresuma,'loive and Indiana' were also
represented; although 1 ;ho' number has,
.been largely increased &wing the past two
weeks, thero' is still plehty , ht 'room for
,More and as soon as it becinueskuown that
such is, the last there will no doubt be
plenty of eastern buyertrhere every -
As'will be seen , by reference to the report
at sales, prises' re ruling-lower, the 'high
est figure reported this week being 9%,
while last week the ,same-grade' of stack
would doubtless have brought 9. Light
shipping,,tli o e. sold „at firm 7 1 4, to, 7%,.and
stockers, • the absence of sales, may -be
quoted at 5 6. 'rho following sales were
Hatailla,-Mafferty 0 - Co:''soldl7 - "hesd of .
llght ortostatutr . fot a ffaip & Welidiirshot'
rot. ! E D
stook for CampbellCampbelldi.Web4 to 4 Pearce, at
8,213; 21 fore H Webb to- PilmailLwisigkiing
19,250 at 5.00; 4 head for Holmes & Pfleffer ,
l a m ud er, to w fs e a ig m h a in a g t 16,175 at 6%; 2 head
54 head otprimp, fat
la Jas AO at 7; 13 for Millegan to Plat:lock
eeck k at-5t 40 ter Dand to sametat
Hedges & Taylor sold 54 head of good
Ifsatbra 4 4 A rKoplg dr. Os* A :.I.,ttgo)
bead weighing 5,400 to' Similar a 71X.
jphu.Nexcringol444 head of very , coml.
mon ' stock 4 23405 I “soor
tivnea at 5.
I nto% ,AA,SoVs.
tr,a_lsith2o.au . untwa - TAdl4 - itt'sU.
head afMgMiiir Ittlfrtbaft
• • • onne soldlkVaCtlitatitielitiVia
walshlaiglillMo6llslll 11110Milit 8.
05c sold 1T hind washing 14" to
Rev. David Kerr,
A. M. Brown,
Corrier of 'Wood and Fifth Streets.
GOVERNMENT. AND PACIFIC R. R. BONDS,
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS'
Bought on the most: iavomble terms. Fells LET=
TEES OF CREDIT and DRAFTS,
part'' - o[ Europe. ' :
available in any
DEPOSITS received subject to check, or INTER
EST' ALLOB r ED.ON TIME DEPOSITS.::
11-Axpr TO BEADY 86 -
Coiniq Fourth and Wood Sts.,
33 AL. TV iii;
BUY AND BELL ALL KIND§ OB
GOLD, SILVER ARD COUI'ONS,
ON MOST FAVOBABLF.-TERMS.
7e.Ba's coNV E Eta' ED
NEW 5-20 CO UPON BOND.
• 7 •
ear Litetift Alioiied
JAMES T. BRADY & CO
FINANCE AND , TRADE .
OFFICE OP TEE. PI rrssußoa GersrrE,
• , Tfict.BBbitY; dupe 18, 1868. .111-
VENTRAL LIVE-STOCK MARKET,
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
THURSDAY, June, 18, 1868.
ltioses & Coast 5%, and 2 head prime oxen
to some buyers' at 8,50.
Heskett sold 16 head of goed cattle to ,
Landis weig hing 19,875 at 8,40.
Judy to S ngpiaster & co. 10 head weigh
ing 21,800—M - ice not given.
. Rom t Ward to D Evans 16 head of good 1 ,
shipping steers weighing 19,725 at 8%.
i. SHEEP. •
There wasin very lair supply of Sheep
this week, and , while. the market was, if.
anything, ;Mere active, prices, compared
with last , Week,- underwent -but little
change; to:day, so far as we could see, the
pens were„pretty well cleared, though, it is §,
equally trueil that the buyers were pretty
well filled. The quality of the Sheep on
sale this week was not near as good as,
last, and it is'possible if we take this into.
consideratiod, that: - prices ;were 1 higher;
prime fat Sheep, - suitable for retailing in.
the eastern Markets, sold at from 4% to 5,-
and extra tit 1 . 5,25 to 5,30. , One New York
firm report having bought thirty-five hue- •f
dred head for shipinent to that market, at .1
an average 0f4,60.
tAullde Myers - sold'2sl to Kittering, aver ,
aging 87 lbs,litt 43i; 43 head, averaging 84,.
to Lloyd.'tit 4%.
Holmes, Lafferty Co. Sold 91 for M.
Lanahan tO 'Au 1 dc, Myers at'4c, r off; 206 a:
for Zimmerthan to A. Deitrich at 40-4 g
thrown in. '
Hedges _ & Taylor sold 107,bead for Van
fossen to Ahll & Myers nt 3%; 384 for O.
Fisher to Lloyd .62,35 per -head; 186 - tor -
Paul & CO: tq:T,loyd at 3,65; 200 for Lewis
Jury to Hill at 4,90; 201 for Walters to Pid
cock & Co. at, 4.
Smith & Titimage sold 195 for Kibbler
Watt ar 4,80;1'284 for Chryst to Pideock &
Co. at 5. '
94 for -Kookimbrood -to Crowl at` .
3%; 229 for inane tq same at 62 per head. • =
-There wasila fair supply of Hogs this
week, and with a steady demand for ship-.
meat, there was a fair amount of basinesa'
done, in the ',aggregate, though prices, if ,
anything, were a shade lower than last :' <
week. We now quote prinie heavy aver
ages at _93S to '9%, although some two or
three bunches changed....handsearly in the
week . at 10. Now 'York Hogs may bequo
ted at 734 to-Bi J i as torittallty and condition.
We quote the following sales:
Holmes, Lafferty' ;&. ,
Co. sold' 221 for
Ward, Porter' & McDonald to Crouse, Em
crick & Co. at 9,35; 125 for Blue to. C. M. ,
Keys at 8,3114',; 114 for Logan to Crouse, Em-
crick & Co.tit - 9,50; 517 for same to W.
Hedges at 7,90; 10, for McFadden to same
at 714. II
Hedges & TOylor sold 94 to Crouse, Em
erlck & Co. .0 , 0%; 27 to Pidcock & Co. at - 8;
57 for Jewett Ito C. Keys at 8,25, 9 and
9%; 98 for Decker & Co. to Chalfant at 9.
Wesley Hedges sold 100 to Singer & Im- -
.hoff at SN., Bought 39 from Stemmelrat 8; 4
7 from Farrell at 8; from Freeze at 6%;
143 from-C. Ai- Conklin , at 7;85; 14 - from
Hedges &Taylor at . 534; 112 frOm Longh
ridge at 7,80.
Gilchreist & bought 99 . for Ea Smith; t
at 9,75; I?.2froha Tilden at 9,75; 99 from same ,
at 9,75; 106 from „Nichols at 9,60; 200 from
Tilden'at 10; 100 from Sternmell at 9,75; 190
from Allertol at 9,60; 10 from Erianditi at ,
10,10; 198 to Turner at 9,75; 46 from
Hedges & Taylor at 10,2 0— (extra); 198 from
E. Smith at 9;75..
Singer & IMhoff bought 100 from Sher-
Man at 9,30 r 101 from Tilden at 9%; 103 from 1
Nichols at 9,65; - 109. from W. Conklin at -
9,75;100 from. W. Hedges at 9,75; 86 from F
Avery at 9,5..5i5 from Keys at 8,50; 7 from `<'
Pidcock at 9,75. Shipped 382 from Chicago,
costing 8,759. ;
- Dripps dr, Stockton bought 99 from E.
Smith at 9,75- 91 from Halligan at 99%,
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
OFFICE o' tin PITTSBUOE GAZETTE,
TiIUBSDAY. June 17. 1868.
CRUDE—The market for crude-appeared
to be a little , eak to-day, and to effect sales
holders were, bilged to make a slight con
cession. eWe [ can report sales in lots, of
about seven thoasand barrels, on spot at
123;, and we heard of other offers to sell
the same delivery at same figure. All the
year—buyers option, may be quoted nomi
nally in 'the absence of sales, at 1335, and
July, sellers option, at 13. There.is little
or no change !t Oil City; and so far as we •
could learn. t here is not much doing there,
as it is probahle that buyers generally are
afraid to take hold at the prima.
REFINED4--The market for bondid oil
was exceedingly quiet to-day , but, a single .
sale reporfed.l,ooo bills for August at 3234.
The last halfOf June is still quoted at 31:
last half „July, buyipf ,option, at 824 and
Augtin to December at MX. We heard of
some negotiations pending but up to a late
hour in the afternoon they had • not been
consiunated,l notwithstanding there was
but little dote today. prices_ haviatoder
gone, as yet, little tune change, compared
withWedneaday, though the market was a
OIL dittrxxters FROM DUQUESNE DEPOT.
H. M. Long& Co., 25 bbls ref. to Warden,
Frew do CO., Philadelphia.
G. W. Holdship, 101 do do to Waring.
King tiz Co., Philadelphia.
Brooks, Ballentine Co., 79 do do to •
Warden FraVett Co., Philadelphia. ,
Jas. M iller, 84 do\ do do to W. P. Logan
dc Bro., Philadelphia.
Duncan it Williams, 132 do do to W. P.
Logan it Bro;I, Philadelphia.
A.-D. Miller,ll4 do do to Waring, King
dt Co., Philadelphia.
Kirkpatrick it Lyon, 61 do do to W. P.
Logan& Bro.!, Philadelphia.
H. M. Long. it Co., 100 do tar to L. D.
OIL EHIPM.WITO PER A. F. E. B.
McKelvy 4 8r0.,200 bbls ref. to W. P.
Logan d, 8r0., Phi ladelphia.
Nat. Ref. Co., 501 do do to F. A. Dil
Forsyth,' Bro. 414 Co., 382 do do to war
den, Frew 4,1i0-10., Philadelphia
P. Weisenberger, 350 do do to Warden,
Frew & Co. & l l hiladelPhid•
H. W. Tweddle, 238 do do to ,
Frew'dt 4):; Philadelphia. -
(By Telegraph the Plttilnkish,thisette.l
n : June 18 .—Flour ' -Minnesota
spr i n g extract , . and spring superfine - brands . 3
in ,nsitrtiqueid; dtlir descriptionsinacilie
and almost nominal. Wheat quiet and un
changed; sales No. '1 at' $1,92a1,93,
2at 11 1 . 8 1_311 61 0/ o .:Olindollividth bOlfera of No. - --
2 at 111,88%. Corn less active:and lalgo
lower; , saleallo. 1 at 87a87lio; No. 2 at 8534a' -
1380, arid yej_ebt l ed 8188:3o, Closing quiet, with
sellers of Nei 1 , at Oats .quiet but
steady; sales at 67Y 4 a673i. Rye and Barley`''
neglected`, anal= ent irely. -
ions ,quiet-and firin.-lidess pork •sold at
$27,754 - f Lard' 163,i0. Suit*" Plelteled hams ,
153.4;e. Freights ? t i .4 l ) l e df-30 on oats, 4o on
corn to BafEald. ipts-4,016 blab; flour. '
27,6,50 bu4h wheat, 1 89,103 bush Cern, 25,673
bush oats, 6,009 hogs. • ShiPments-2,736
bbls flour, 37,857 bush wheat,- 202.776 bush
corn,lB9,ooo,b*h (Mt's, 3,005" hogs. _
Cleveland Market. •
BY Tele:MAl:oh tb the Pittebtu*b...thtzette.l,
-.. cLitErii*4; Julie • 16.r-]!lour held as fol=--;
lows: double extra red winter at ti12,00a12,00;
double astral spring at 11%5Qa11,00; the
prices of country - brands are eo'irregular
that -correct and allowable figuras cannot
be sti*hiliVniesefitz- Wheat , No; -1- 4*l held'
at $ 2,28° of at' 15. , Corn •held at
94% ilitsi'aalee ort;:iiitri and 141,000 buihnia•
at 700. - .:Rye market dull and Inactive; bekt .
at fit;fsal,Bo2ilif‘r; 1i0c:7 12, . -,- llarleyjMarket= '
nominal: • "1.4
' , ,• • - t .- .
,- ~ •. ~. chleib- tat p' Market .-• ~ , . 7 .
tßy Telegraph tk4be*lttaAmmtb,Chige . tte.4 •:. . .
,CHIC 6 - , 1111 e .0141 Dual
am . Itl x i t r b li r- 4.-
15a2.449 4. - Wils ... so c i sear ibr, ri ~, . t uni•Lais • . 1.4
17,51307,75_ ibt wxxiiraoothitteere.' , sal mi '''
.t . ,: w , , , Mi1 . ; , 1 1 .1.ffir.,,;, , ~ / t atam il' iVoti nvot rl i
mal l I'
es al il lis
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