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AND IRON CO.,
liromni nib Bars and Bolin
iltatiread Car Almles
railroad Car Axles Itamniammradl
.lammanimmative Frame famaPamm;
Piston Heads; -
Pitman Jana, Cellars, &e.
Office, No. 177 PENN STREET,
RS & CO.,
Bar, Hoop and Sheet Iron,
**dii - 0.14.t".040;` .
Iron Welded Tatits for Oas, Steam,
OIL WELL' TUBING.
O lce psi:Nit and VW lust Streets.
KENSINGTON IRON WOILILS.
LLOYD & BLAOII,
/Bed Common, Refined, Charcoal
JIMATA :BLOOM IRON- r
YERCHANT RAH, ROUND:and SWAIM IRON
HOOP, BAND, T and ANGLE IRON.
BOILER PLATE a nd
MOWER AND REAPER BARS,
CYLINDER and GUARD or FINGER IRON.
SMALL TRAILS,HO and 16 lbs. to the yard.
'WROUGHT CHAILLIAnd SPIKES for tame.
PLAT RAlLB.Panched and Countersunk.
COAL SCREEN IRON.
zrAlld3 -AND SPIKES.
~. . .
Warehouse and Office at the Wor.ts, GREEN
013611 STREET, Os continuation of First street,
adjoining the City GAS Works, Pittsburgh.
EVFMION, PRESTON & CO.,
Pemmlvania Iron Works.
Warehouse, Nos. 166 and 167 FIRST STREET
opposite Ilonoogahela House.,
sprii:d6 „ PITTSBURGH.
SIikiFIELD STEEL Wouss.
SIN NIMIOK &WORKS.
Manufacturers of every description of
OAST AND CERMAN STEEL,
RAILWAY SPRINGS,_ _ T
ELLIPTIC AND ATE OEM SPRIER&
AXLES, sum. TIRE, Lc., &u
Warehouse, 88:Water and 100 First Eits.
INTTSBIIRGH STEEL WORKS.
ANDERSON, - COOK .as CO.,
(SucoEssoßs TO JONES, BOYD • C 0.,)
Mano.facturero of the
BEST REFINED. CAST ~STEEL,.
11K7816 4) tn a l T OAST tu.sr.viaz
Illaaphiiria Novell" XaciOlizirj! it •
' . AtilatiM
Cod and CoinnionPloted Spring Steal:
011ee—Cprner . iratir AND unal'anumwra. two
- locks above the Monongahela House.
WEB, BARR & PARKIN,.
ALF 1 BEIIBBN MILLER,
aid. W. BABB,. cues. PARKIN.
PAItTNZR -- S. 11. BIER. -
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
311:13, MAIM dr. PARS,
, Office, No. 339 Liberty St,
,BROTHER -84. CO.,
itszvolictiFers of all descriptiolui of
- *Mee and Wsrebonse.2. 1,914. azoolin
' 924 119 and 121.118.51:
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE.
LINDSEY, STEREIT & WEIL,
imi l n6lrers and Imyorters of
88?; ISRERTV" STREET,
%SIN= of W &T 2 -
Owe Square Below Balm! Depot'
arA i ieni;fo; . iimiut , unEs; weurs.
TOBACCO ANA CWARS,
:ituArir AU 6161114
LEAF TOBACCO:ARD SEa&Rs,
.1510. 8 EIrtiPIPTDICAT.. Bank . 44, o nci ,
- 4 aerce B ail° l'7 4 Irrssunia,
Bran ch or rya . Wow street N.
, :a n DINAN.
XL di. .7 1 /: 1 :01* 1 9:, NIeK,PIGI
Milnuisatiresii arid Dealers In
TObaccoi Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, do.,
Ito , 6 PIDSSAL BT. A1.1.8:0=1311
w. P. Posass, Burt,.
MORTON STREET, Ninth Wards
THOMAS N. MILLER, President.
These Works are among. the largest ane most
complete establishments In the West, and are now
prepared to furnish
AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner Carroll and Saudboaa Streeills
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE,
FOR GAS AND WATER. WORSE.
31 , P a i n pas iz aritgl i : n age=l a lfalp .m 1 %17 4
GeneralCaitingi for Gas and Water Works.
o i c lmuv . gglng r iev k .tri c gog E o4: c fMrl . ntendents
L. 0. LIVINGSTON.W. H. HIIIIT.W.A. 110111203011.. TH.
IVINGSTON Si . CO., ,
• • KANDFACTIIDEBS OF
:Tutsglitinnfgrittinomoraa and (gym FSttere AApp
ch:try7c;bW . ork promptly attended to.
Ottlee and • Worka—WA 131111(GTON Avirstrz,
near Outer Depot, Alleglienr city. Pa.
X"rI"I"3I 3I2 MMEL
Engines, of every deveriPtirs•
Boilers, Oil Teaks.
Sheet Iron Work.
Boning aiu Castings.
Magitte Castings. •
nosims, ORDERS IrLICITEO
ROBINSON, ItEA CO.,
suctessors to BOBLVEBO2t, MINIS & MiLLlng.
WASHINGTON WORKS; .
FOUNDERSAND MACHINISTS, PITTS3URGH,
Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Steam En
glnes3last Engines, 311111 Machinery, Gearing,
Shaft Castings of all descriptions; 011 Tanks and
Stills, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. 1A corner First and SmithileldStreets.
Agents for GIFGABSYS PETENT LNJEC ..)B fr
MONT BLANC FOUNDRX.
Butler Street, Ninth Ward,
(Opposite Union Iron Mills, )
Bolling ABU and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACH:MERE AND CASTINGS GENERALLY
Orders promptly and carefully executed. _
• \ PRICE & SINS.
Mee and Warehouse, 29 Wood Street.
Manufacture and keep coeMantly on band
Tkinible, Skein and pipe Boxes,
WAGON BOXES, DOG IRONS,
IHIGAB METTLES, HOLLOW WARE.
And Castings generally. ap23:16
THOMAS CAHILL'S 41a. co,
Fourth Ward Fcrandry and lachinclorts,
W:Mt:MKT BT., ALLEGHENY orrr, PS.,
ligannfecturers of Steam Zughteit - 011 Pres i ses, Pul
leys, Bbaftlinr, Grist and Saw Mill WorkLßolling
Mill and Machine Gusting% Orate Bars. Weights,
Wagon Boxes, ie. Build to order and !hare on
,hand Engines of all slut. T14:40
AND ROLL WORKS
BOLL3LiN, BOYD & BAG
Vh11; Rolls, MU Castings, 801 l Lathes
FULTON MACHINE WORKS
ESTABLISH= rir 1838.
si L -
..Arantafactory of STEAM ENGINES, a ll sizes
and of the moitmrovet s patterns tion aartyy
O ul itt sl A ß Ulety ia A lO, I.ll n and 10 ho r s e TER RY
ENGINES, which will be sold at very ) re d u ced
P. P. GEISSIIE: Wellsville. 0.
Fifty milesC.& below Pittsburgh, on the Ohio A n o r:
h 2 and
LIMBERS LVIIIIIES: LUMBER"
ALEXANDER - PRITEBSOP4
YARDS No. SR Preble Street formerly Manchester,
and No. lb . /Rebecca streetopposlte Gas(Works,
DEALER IN ALL RINDS CY
• Bough and /Wined Imlber, -
Saw Mill Lumber, . Ceder and Locust Posts,
Lath and Palings, • • oak and Yellow Pine.
ALSO—FIREMRICK„ TILE and CLAY. , , M S:. • •
OAT PITT LUMBER COMPANY
Ce4C 4 tat, - - $125,000.
SZCILZTAIIY-T. A. WRIOHT.
'lM.i_olt"riinMeDll:n7,l643l4 L. F. Duncan
um. W. Mkt'Mite. N . D .L . D 01114%
LIMBER YARD—Corner of BUTLER AND AL
LEGHENY STBEEW, Ninth 'Ward.
OFFICE AT FONT FITT GLASS WORKS, Wuh•
ington Street. . 1224)98
GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
JOIIN IL COOP= JOS. HATE EMMY MLR.
JOHN M. COOPER & CO.,
GAS .AND STEAM FITTERS,
Naanheturere of PUMPS AND BRASS WORK A o
*soy 2lese_rlsalon;_ dealers 111 GAS PLITIJKICEI
AND TUBING, of all kinds.
Corner of Pike and Walnut Streets,
SAMYELL WICKERSUAM, .
124 First . itteet, etsburllll, Pa.
ASTrit for the ioafellVghWore,'Jaj
,IsePuiaar Isaella; IPe.tlneriddpo
and atber brdadirof 'Alt lei ' Yollihloigen7
Coke awl O. B. Charcoal
CsdsWisner& sad orders respectfully 5011t40041 . 4
_ . •
Virg . :0"
• . . • pkt • 61-Dva A
PITTSBUitdit.THURSDAY, JITIO, 25, 1868,
FORT PITT _
MIL ' AND TANK
CARROLL & 11NYDER,
TUBULAR, POUBLE-FLUMI TUBULAR, FIRE-
BOX AN." CYLINDER STEAM BOILERS.
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
PRISON noOBS Alm COAL Sirwrza
Office and Warehouse corner Second,
Third, Short sad Liberty Streets,
-Orders sent to the above address will be
. ninth attended to. mb7:189
K. W. MORROW... .TAB. B. BARNHILI.....JAB. BLAIR.
(yAiti *Marie Teton .M.'
`)IORBOW, BATilffita &'0.,(
• 31AitrireaTtiniats 01P
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Agitators,
TANKS, SALT PANS, GASOMETERS, WROUGHT
' IRON BRIDGES, SHEET IRON WORN; &c.
Cor. Libertir and frecold Sta.;
• -PITTSBIIRGH, PA.
1 REPAIRING promptly. done. . jl4:b2
WICI. BARICHALL & CO.,
AND SHEET_ IRON WORKERS,
NOS. SO, SS, 14.M:tile pall* ST.
Having secured a large yard and, furnished It with
the most approved machinery, we arep repared to
manufacture every description of 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, 011 Stills, Agitators, Settling Pans,
Boller_ Iron,'Bridges, Sugar Pans, and sole mane
facturers of Barnhill's Patent Rollers.
Repairing done on the shortest notice. ias:ell
JAMES M. BITER,
Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street,
IRON OIL TANKS,
SETTLING PANS, COPPER STEAM PIPE,
BOLLING MILL STACKS,
And SKEET IKON. WORN,
JAUD X. BRUSH EDMUND D. BRUSH.
JARED M. BRUSH & SON,
. XANITYACTUDITS OT
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks,
SHEET IRON WORK, &II
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh,
STOVES, CASTINGS, &C.
000 K STOVES.
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL fig CO.'S
FOB BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook, 'Bake or Boast as
well as any other Stove In the Union.
EMU & CO.,
No. 285 Liberty
Abo cm band sad for sale.
MCAT ruC1T10.„.11,1%.• rasmrss.
COthifitir PANORA. ac.
natEhl'EST rir.exic.tti the city
‘ -1 TO BUT Tuir,
Is at 'So. 146 GRANT ST.MPS.T.
jes P. C. DUMPY.
WARING AND KING,
Coraminion Ifeicbants and Brokers In
Petroleum and its Produeta,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
AND DNALEBB IN
Petroleum and its Products.
Pittaburgh OiIIee—DALZELL , lIMLDING,
ner of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets.
Philadelphia °Mee-127 WALNUT ST. I
J ACOB WEAVER, Jr.* CO
, Oil qtni - missionATObben9,
No. 3 DUQUESNE WAY, will boy and iell Crude
and Relined oils Lubricating, Tar,Benzine and
Cooperage. Our long experience I n the Petroleum
trade enables us to o ff er unusual facilities and In
ducements to operators. As heretofore, wears de
termined to make it the Interest of buyers and sel
lers to give us a call. Parties having Oils for sale
are cordially invited to bring their samples.
HW M. LONG & CO,
MBE WHITE BURNING OIL,
°Mee, No. 2 Duquesne Way Pitts
J. C. Borrow. .o. A. zan . zw. .w W. Wituattrao
SOHO OIL '
Manufacture and have foi: tale all Made of
LOBRICA'TINC OILS. -
So. /13f. CLUB ktTICEET.
BUFFIIII. RENEW & CO.
a i r *
E141:7 17 x 1 A . I,3..rapazer.,
onetantly on hand everryartSty of pelmore and
onutima - FURNITURE, together with ooni.
Sete assortment of common Fianiture at reduced
Those In want of anything in our line are cordially
Invited to call before purchasing.
=Wan LIAMON wrom,
' WARING, KING & qo.
127 Walnut Street.
WIIOLISALE AND RETAIL.
LEMON - lt-;WEISE,
iNT PITT BANKING COMPANY,
No. 169 Wood Street.
CAPITAL, : : : : : $200,000.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
AND CO D.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON lIRE. DEPOSITS.
Collectlogs made on all acne ble points in the
United States and Canadaa.
Fit IC. th:4;
adrew Miller, ,
diniee M. Batley.,
No. 293 LIBERTY STREET,
PITTISIIIIM H. PA.
CAPITAL, (authorized, : : : : $200,000.
H. 3. I4nch,l Win. li. Damllteri,
John Murdoch, Jr., Henry_ Socketoce,
William Espy. -•- ' • Geo. T. Van Doren. -
Samuel Barokley, , -
A GENERAL EA.NRING. BUSINES
Collections made on all accessible points in the
United States and Canada.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
UNITED STATES SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD
H. J. LYNCH, President.
GEO. T. VAN DORIAN. Cashier.
mrsiOCKHOLDERS INDTVIDITALLY LIABLE
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Cor. of Wood and Sixth Sts.
CAPITAL, : $500,000.
JOS. H. HILL
George W. Cass.
A. Patterson, •
Win. H. Brown,
W. B. Hosea.
HART, CAIJGUET & co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and wood streets,
(RICCESSORB TO HANNA. HART & C 0.1)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And particular attention paid tot votabase and
&l ig ht Drafts on Landon.
Na 110IALES as, SONS,
57 Market Street,
Collections made on all the prtncipal potato of the,
trztMed States and Cansdas.,
Stocks, Bonds and other Secaritien
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
art f ular attention paid to the purchase and
United States Securities.
WESTERN SAVINGS BARR,
NO. 59 Fourth Street.
Interest paid on "Trio Deposits
- ANT ark szciavp IROM
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD.
DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECK, NITTBOTIT
DUN:wants Daily at 12 o'clock.
Vice Prestdent—A. N. MARSHALL.
DISZOT01113: I •
THOMPSON BELL, 1 A. H. MARSHALL,
JOS. DILWORTH. JOS. ALARRE.
J. J. GILLYZPLE,
Stockholders to whom we make reference:
Wm. Forsythe, - Joseph Dilworth,
Wm. Cs'dwell, Rev David Kerr,
Willis Dairen, y rt,
D. W. C. Bidwe ll , - ABM. Brown,
E. M. Fulton.
.. Thomas Ewing.
iyiEcurANlcs , SAT
N 0.14 Smittalleld. Street,
PITMUROU,- PA. -
. INTEREST PAID ON. DEW:MITS. ANT SIM
RECEIVED FROM ONE DOIXAR 'UPWARD. De
posits received subject to check, 40.tioIA interest.
JAMES BLACKMORE, President ,
OEM D. TINDLE, Secretary and Treararer.
JAMES H. HOPKINS, Senator.
James Bbackmore, James 11. Rolm,
Alex. Tindle , James Down,
William DeMN, - W. W. Moab w.
A. G. Cabbage, . Robert Wray, '
OUTER MILL AND IMELTEIG WOLXD,
PARK, IticCURDY & C 0.,.
limn Planters of Sheathimi o Brasiers* and 80l
copper, Presled Copper Rot ms, Relied Still Bot
toms ' Spelter Solder. Also, Impoe.ers and Doi erg
In filetal, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Vi ite .de. Con
stantly on hand Tinnere , Machines ar. Tools.
warehouse, No. 140 FIRST STREAtT and IEO
SECOND STREET, Pittsburgh. -_
special orders of Copper out to any desired pat
ern. • . mili•aisdivT
HATS. AND_ OAPS.
'Alao,Manufacturer; Wholesale 'aid Dealer
In TROXIra,_ - VADISES, 'No A' 11XITH
• YIELD STAKET, Plttelnargh,
Orders promptlyillled audastialpianaranteed.
ffroittE ' •
or • ' of
any color and size required, with border and
e ters in plain gilq also the plain Blue for same
pnrpose, from 3 to 7 feet wide, at the bit Sloth
W 3e4 areroonis, 510 and RS St. Clair street. •
_ is & .114
PH. R. r rZ ,
Corner of Wood ,and Fifth Streets.
GOVERNMENT AND PACIFIC R. & BONDS,
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought on the most favorable terms. Sells LET
TERS OF CREDIT and DRAFTS available In sn7
part Of Europe.
- DEPOSITS received subject to check. or INTER
EST_ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. • '
JAMS T. BRADy 86 OA -
Corner Fourth and Wood Sits.,
MI AL iVaar...,Ml=l. Eil ,
BUY AND SETA) ALL BINDS Olr
GOLD, SILVER AND - 00UP0F113 9
ON MOST FAVORABLE TEM&
7-80 's C 0 N . V.VA, I 3 _T E
NEW 5-20 CO UPON BOND.
Fir Interest Allowed. 4:l* Depikdts.
sir MONED LOANED ON GOVERNIEENI'
BONDS, and tinier approved collateral, st'lowest
market rates. -
Orders executed for the Parehise aid
Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD:
JAMES •T; BRADY & CO.-
6ts littsintrgt Gaitttt
Omosedy Prrrsnuntrit GistETTP.,
• WEDNESDAY, June 24, 1868.
The gold market betrayed signs , of weak.
nese yesterday and to-day; quotations hay.
ing reached several, times 140, to Hog,
although an attempt was made to sell at
140%, at which rate a "ew gales took place
for the sake of establishing quotations.
Few' speculators have the hardyhood to
buy on the probability of seeing a higher
market soon, and importers are determined
to buy, so long as the government has not
paid out a considerable amount of coin
coming from the treasury, for interest. ~
Goverment bonds'were weak to-day, ex
cept 1881 s, ten-forties and 1865 five-twen
ties, old, or which there is a considerable
snort interest created for the purpose of
running down quotations, as soon as the
gold market begins to get old. The con
versons of seven-thirties is going on more
rapidly but there is time yet to July 15th.
Stocks are dull and lower, and the well
informed parties of Cleveland 6t Pittsburgh
stock find themselves a little puzzled at not
seeing this special favdrite stock Jump to
par, although it is a better investment now
than it was six months ago. Express
shares are dull and lower. Mining shares
Boarder State bonds are still in demand
and rising; they are next to Pacific Rail
road bonds, the cheapest securities in the
market, and much iu demand. '
Money is scarcer, although business is
Closing quotations as received by Ph. IL
Mertz, were as follows:
Gold, 140 g; 1881 bonds, 118; 1862 5-20 s,
113%; 1864 do. 111 g; 1865 do, 11135; new,
1865 and 1867, 114; Ten Forties, 107 g,;,
Seven Thirties,.llo%. -
New York Central, 134%: Erie, 69;
Michigan Southern, 91%; Cleveland it t
Pittsburgh, 9035; Northwestern, common,
~.Preferred, 79%; Chicago dr. Rock Is
land,' 105'; Pittsburgh dr.• Fort Wayne, ;
1113,; Ohio Qt Mississippi Certificates, 30%;
Merchants Union Express, 263; Western
Union Telegraph, 35; Corydon, 34; Quick
silver, 25; Quartz Hill, 1,15.
—Closing quotations received by James T.
Gold, 140%; 17. S. 6's, l's, 117%; 5-20's,
1862, 113% 5-26's, 1864, 11134; 5.20'5, 1865,
111%; 10-40's, 107 %; 5-20's, January and
July, '65, 114; 6-20's, January and July,
'67 114 g; June 7-30's, 110%; July 740's,
110 g; May Comp., 1865, 1.19.-30.
Y. AT 11 A. X. ,
FINANCE AND TRADE
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBUGH GAZtirrE,
WEDNESDAY, June 24. 1868.
CRUDE—The market was decidedly
feverish to.day, and . operators appeared to
be even more feverish, if such a thing were
possible. There was but comparatively
little done, and prices seem to be drooping
here, while an advance is reported at 011 •
City, 1,4,80 to 55 beinig the quotations at
that point. The sales here were: 500 bbls,
on spot, at 12'-c; 1,000 for July, seller's
option, at 1214, and 4,400 bbl l 4 in tank, on
spot, at 12c. Spot oil may be quoted at 12
12,c, while for future deliveries it is
possible to give quotations in the present
condition of the market. The stock of spot
oil in the hands of dealers and on sale, is
ported light, but it is equally true that the
supply seems to ba up to the demand.
REFINED—The market for bonded oil
was very quiet, but a atingle sale, reported..
500 bbls for the last half of August at 32c.
June may be quoted at 30c; July, 303 to
31c; August, 313 c to 32c; August to. Decem
ber, 32 to 3234 c, ands -August to October;
3234 c - There appeared to be considerable
inquiry for August to October at quota
tions, while, August to , December, or the
last six -months, , is a ' little dull, and, if
anything, a shade lower. For the early
months, there is some inquiry, but, sellers ,
are scarce, and, sq fix as we can learn, the
offerings generally are light. Refiners do
not seem inclined to sell until they have
first secured crude enough to cover, with a
margin in , view, which they allege, is al
most out of the question at present, and
this accounts for the limited number of
offers to sell. -
ARRIVALS-But two arrivals reported,
480 bbls for Leech ca; Wood, and 50 for J.
OIL SHIPMERT - PER A. V. R. R.
Citizens Ref. Co., 300 bbls refined to F. A.
Dilworth & Co., Philadelphia.
MoKelvy & Bro., 112 bbls ref. to W. P.
Logan & Bro., Philadelphia.
Montzheimer, Koehler dr. Co., 250 do do
to Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.'
Nat. Ref. Co 150 do do to P. A. Dn.
Fulton, Marvin & Co., 98 do do to W.
P. Logan dr, Bro., Philadelphia.
Livingston & Bro., 52 do do to Warden;
Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
McKee & Hackett, 250 do do, to W. P.
_&' Bro., Philadelphia. • -
Braun & Wagner, 350, do 40 to Waring,
Ring & Co., Philadelphia.
OIL SHIPMIRCTS PROM ntrarastrri DEPOT,
Duncan dr. Williams, 43 do do to W. r,
Logan & Bro., Philadelphia.
W. HoldshiPs d 0 10- toNariugt
*Mg & Co., 'Philadelphia. •
.Hutchinson OiL.Ref. Cow-155'40 do
to Warden, Frew* Co.,Thlladelphla,"
Kixkpatrick-kLy0n,.502 dpisiolo ' ;P.
Logan dc'Biti., Philadelphia.
Lafferty & Waring, 56 do tar to War
ing, King & Co., Philadelphia.
Hutchinson Oil Ref. Co. 56 do benzole
to Warden, Frew tit Co., Philadelphia.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGIII GAZETTI3,
WEntrzsivor, June, 24, 1868. f t
The general,. markets continue exceed
Lngly dull, with but little indication at
present of any immediate ,Improvement.
We do not expect to see an increased busi
ness until after the harvest has_ been se
cured and the
„crops begir!'to move, and.
this seems to be the impre i sion generally
entertained. Nor does the stagnation seem
to,be restriciod to any one branch of busi
ness; manufacturing interests are also very.
dull, though our manufacturers seem tote
pretty comfortably situate,d, having re- .
alized on the accumulation of last winter's
stocks, and, as yet, have ibrit very little
capital "locked up in goods which very
often haye to be carried.foX months at a
time. It is said that at, no time for several
years has the iron interest of Pittsburgh,
been so strong, as at preient, and, while"
in this, as in everything else, business is
dull at this time, there tilis been a good •
trade durnur the spring, and there is every
appearance that there will Ilea heavy busi
nes.s done in the fall. ' ' •
GROCERIES-The grocery market has.
been dull during the past week, and while.
the 'volume of :business, ini.the aggregate,
has been light, there has been no change in
prices worthy of, special notice. _We cosi
tinue to quote as follows:
Sum...us-Cuba, 1234 e for good grocers
12% to 130 for prime; an&l4e tot choick;
Porto Rico-g.ood, He; prime, 133,; choice,
14i% to 15c; Clarified Cuba, Xl4 to 143‘0.- I Re!
fined-Standard Hard, 17%e; A, 16/05 B,
1634 e; Extra-C, 16y,e; Sugar House, 11%e.
COFFEE-RIO ranges all the way from
26% to 27c for common to strictly prime.
Java 37 to 38e. '
Syners-Lovering's $1; - Silver Drips, $1;
White Drips, $1,10; medhim brands, 70 to
80e; common, 50 to 61:1c; ' t Booth & Edgar
Rtes.-Rangoon, good al LZ.oe; prime to
choice, 11 to 11%c;• 12 to 12%c.
MoLasass- - -Neti Orleans, 90 to $1; Cuba, '
65 to 70e, Porto Rico, 70 to 85e.
Brim-Cassia; 80 to Bse; Cloves, we t
Pepper, 38c; Allspice, 35c; Nutmegs, 1;1,51,
&rams-Madison, Sc; Silver Gloss, 12%e,
and Corn Starch, 13%e. 1 • .
Fnurrs-Layer ins, i .14,75 . per box;
Valenta, 20c per lb; Prunes, 17c; Currants,
14e for w . '
-- trAR D- 12o; Shot, 53,50 per
• . SOA PS--"Babbitt' , ," '1.2c4 "O akl ey',," .
11%c; Rosin, 5 to 7c; " Dobbin's " 15e.
Cesrunss-Mould, 16e; B . . tar, 2 3c. •
CONCENTRATED LYE-F,50 per ease.
CA.RB SODA-$8,50 per 100. ,
Fon-White Fish, 159,00; Lake Her
ring, $5,00; Mackerel No.. 14 $2
1118,00; No. 3, 1113,50; in !half barrels, 50e
Ton...me-Black ss, los„ and Louie
ville Navy, 72 to 75e; WM. H. Grant's 10s -
and Navy, 130 e; C. tD. Tobacco, 22e to 25a..'
Tr...a.The market is firM and prices`are
higher for new crop. Choice Young Hy
son, $1,75; fair, $1,50; common to goo 4, $1
to $1,35; Oolong, 75e, 85c 90e, $l, $1,25 and
$1,35; good Porto Rico,' l lll to 111,8.5, as to
quality. Imperial, $1 to $1,85. Japan-
Choice. $1.30; fair $l. i• -
13IIITER-Prime to coice fresh packed
is selling at 25 to 27c.
EGGS-Quiet and unc hanged at 23 to 24e
-the bulk of the sales at 23e. , • •
CHEESE-Is selling et 14 to 16e, as to:
quality. _ • _
HAY-Is dull and neglected but tm
hangedi sales of wagon Hay $l5 to PO, as
GRAIN-Winter Wheat is scarce and in
fair milling 'demand at , 1 ,152,25. to $2,30 for
Red, and '5 to Sc higher for White. Chits
steady, with sales on track at 78 to 80c, and
the usual advance for Small lots in store.
Corn is dull and unchanged at $1 to $1,05,
as to quality; therais no margin to ship
anywhere. Rye, in the
:':absence of sales,
maybe quoted at $1,55 to $1,60.
DRIED FRUIT-Is 'very dull, and ten
dency downward; small sales at 6 to 6% for
apples, and 11 to 12 for peaches-(primo ,
MILL FEED--Sale. of One car choice Mid
dlings at 81,90 and Ido do, at $1,95. Bran
is still quoted at $1,20 to $1,25.
FLOUR-Is steady though there is no
improvement to note in the demand. We
cantina to quote at 119,50 to $lO for medium
Spring Wheat, and $10,50 to $10,75 for
prime to choice; $ll to $11,50 for Winter
Wheat and $l.l to $l5 , for fancy brands.' .
Rye Flour is quoted at $9, for small lots in
POTATOES-Prime Peach Blows are
stilt selling at $1,20 to $1,25 per bushel.
New_Potatoes $6,00 to s6,so,per bbl,_ and
SEEDS-There is a steady - deriand for
Flaxseed _at $2,50 to- . 52,55, and .but
SALTLDull;illegheny River brands are
still quoted at $1,75 to $1;80 to the trade, and
$2,00 for small lots in store, '
LARD OIL- Is quiet and unchanged at
$1,22 for No. 2 and $1,42 . for No. 1.
PROVISIONS-Bacon is quoted at 1334
for Shoulders 16 to 18 for Ribbed and „Clear.
Sides; Canvassed Sugar Cured • Hams, 19%
to 20. Lard, 18 to 18%, and Mesa Pork, $28,50
New York Dry Goods Market.
City Telegraph to the Plushlnch Gaz aeo ette d . s ]
in fair e NEW Yonfr, June 2,4;, -Dry
inquiry for all'staPle styles of cotton, par
ticularly brown and bleached goods, with
a reduced supply. PriOes have a harden
ing tendency, influenced by the stoppage
of the exportation of mills, whereas r , on
the contrary, the market is depressed for
fancy styles. A. handeonie line of . Man
chester light prints were reduced in price
to 11% this afternoon and sold freely. Cer--
tam styles of heavy unbleached sheetings
scarce, such as Atntiii A, Appleton and
Indian Head; , Pequot Atifell readily at 17 35 ;
Atlantic H, Pacific H end Stark A bring
17, as do the Pocassets, Canoe,.' Wachusett,
and Amoskeag A; the Arnoskeag B sells at
18%;, Atlantic P at 14%; Howard A and
Massachusetts Aat 1535. Fine Sheetings;-
Massachusetts B B, 14; New Market A,
13%; Great Falls S S and Holden, 15; La
'mina B, 14; do. B and Q, 14 1 ,5; Nashua 33,
18;Ido.- It, 16; do. 0, 143; Valley, 7-8, 9;
extra 4-4, 11; Golden Ridge,lB; Tremont C,
1334; Santee Brown, 18X, Brown Drills;
static H, 15; Messabesie de; 15; Hamilton
' do, 17; Columbian Brown Duck, 30.
Bleached Muslin; WAmsutta, 25; Black.
stone, 16; Jamestown Steam Mills 14.
St, Louts Market.
By Telegraph to the Plttitatrati Gazette.)
ST. Lows, June 24.—;Tobacbo; firm. Cot
ton; nominal. Hemp; dull and unchanged.
Flour: dull and lower,with small sales at
g 6,75 for super; and $6,75a8,50, for fall ex
tra, 118,25a9,50 for double extra. s9isOall
for treble extra, and 012a13 per bbl, for
fanoybrands. Wheat quiet at V2a2,25 per
bush, for prime to choice new and old.
.Corn; firm, at 81a88o Ter bush, the latter
I for fancy white. Oats; . ; inactive and easy,
at 91a940. Rye; inactive, at 1,85a1,40. Pork;
very dull, at,1128,25a28,50 per Abl. Bulk
Shoulders; sales at 1,1 No per lb. Bacon;
very dull at 18e per lb. Shoulders, 19%;
Clear Rib Sides, Tkr ;:,Lard; quiet,
small pales at 18a19 for tierces. Receipts;
Wh#a 4200. Corn; 5900 bu. Oats; 4500.
City Telegraph to the Pltthburgh Gazette.]
Cnictsoo, June 24.--Beef Cattle dull
25 aao e lower; sales nice smooth shipping
steers at f 7,500,8714. /logo LerY dull*
owinglo large receints; and 25 OW lower ;
strictly prime iota offreargsold att8125a8,50.
• ; Philadeltolgiv 111*Xet.,
PHILADELPHIA, J4ne 24.—Flour heavy;
Northwestern extra family $9,75a10,87.
Wheat declining; red $2,40a2,47. Rye dull.
Corn better; mixed western $1,75. Oats--
1350. Provisions dull;