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A 801 11 1 51 14 PAWL Ni 74 P qn:IBISUP i t.
prrrsminGs FORGE •
AND IRON CO.,
bring 'LL -
14111..r0ad Flab Sams and Soles;
Railroad Car Axles Rolled; j
Car Axles Hammered;
• Lodinnotive Frames;
lLOOOntotive Frame Shapes;
PLidon - Heads; '
Piston Rods, Wrists;
- Pitiaan Jaws, Collars. *lke.
Oface. No. 177 PENN STREET,
GRAFF, 'BYERS & CO., •
.- MANIITACTUPERS OP •
Bar, oop and Sheet Iron,
Iron Welded Tates for Gae l Steam,
r.- '' ,' - Water, &c.
. - ALSO,
OIL. WELL TUBING.
WW I 98 Water and 132 First Streets.
- - PITTSBURGH, Pa.
KENSINciTON IRON. WORKS.
LLOYD & BLACK,
Best Common, Refined, Charcoal
JEINIATA BLOOM IRON.
MERCHANT BAR, ROUND rumISQUAItE IRON.
HOOB, -BAND,WItad ANGLE IRON. •
BOILER PLAT E and SHEET IRON.
MOWER AND REAPER B
CYLINDER arid GUARD or INGER IRON.
SMALL T RAM. 64110 and tbs. to the yard.
WROUGHT CH, d and SPIKES forsanie.
_ N Punched and Countersunk.
AL ECRE IRON.
NAILS AND SPIKES.
Warehouse and Office at the Worts, GREEN
OUGH STREET, (a continuation of- First street,)
adjoining the City Gas Works, Pittsburgh. -
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
Warehouse, Nos. 188 and 167 0 FIRST STREET,
Opposite Monongahela Rouse;
SfiEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.
SINGER, NMEEOII & .00.,
Manufacturers of every description of
CAST AND GERMAN STEEL,
ELLIPTIC AND PLATFORM SPRINGS,
- • Tv.ssvk, sTEEL TIRE, de.
Warehouie, 88 Water and 100 First Sts.
pITTSBIBRGH STEEL WORKS.
ANDERSON, COOK & CO.,
0317CCESSORS TO JONES, BOYD a C 0.,)
Idnunfactprers of the '
BEST. BRINED CAST erta,
SQUARE, FIAT and OCTAGON of
CAST zes; SAW
MATESO2I4I)E, TOM and STEEL;
OAST STEEL for .
RAlK l 4.lllculd Nowll4,
Zeta Pl ow
l atzles A Ur ; liP &A &a:
Cast and CoMmon Plow & Spring SteeL
°Mee—Corner IrDiST AND BOSS STRLPETS, twe
locks above the Monongahela House.
3 1 / 1 "" Mi l BARR Si PARKIN.
WM. METCALF, . REUBEN MILLER,
BISO.'W - . BARR, - I CRAB. PARKIN.
*. . srsciia. reirrszn—til. N. KIEE.
C:ErECCENT STEEL W2RKS,
Office; Zi0,_339" Llinrty, St,
PARK, BROTHER & CO.,
7dannUcturers of all descriptions of
°Mee and Warehouse 120,199 124 9ECOND
and 119 and J2l ullB± BTEEETI3,
NE- I FS' :ELIMEWARE HOUSE:
LMINEY,' STEBBIT & w2g,
4finuflacturers and Ithport.ers of
JEI , A.XtI3, - W r .44k.rtm,
887 LIBERTY STREET,
comma 01 WAYNE,
One Square Below finlon Depot,
Jar Agents for IPAIIIBA.NKS , SCALER
TOBACCO AND CIerARS.
C • P • .raujazlNALL 845rDfl
LEAF TOBACCO AID KEBABS,
No. SIXTH snitBF, 01,1t/ctual 'Bonk of Com.
iSrancliof 11 Water street,
&pima • DANIEL P. DINA.N.
B. ar, W. .733NICIPOSON ,
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MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS MILLEH, President.
These Works are among the lamest sno most
complete establlshments in the West, and are now
prepared to furnish
NATIONAL FOUNDRY •
AND PIPE WORKS.
Verner Carroll and SmaUtnan Streets,
• -, (NINTH WARDO
. .E'ITTI3I3 I CMG - H.,
. Manufacturer of
CAST IRON - nowt. PIPE,
FOR GAS AND WATER WORKS:
hlyPipes are all east in Pito, in dry
and is feet length!. Alen, inn asso rtment of
Genital Castings for Gas lindWatef Works.
wof 0r . 14 .4 , 3 1t0 s reta ke att e r
c ln;l z ol:B3mr . intendents
L. O. LIPINGSTON.W. R. BITELT.W.A. ROBINSON. JR*
LIVINGSTON ar. CO.,
FINE LIGHT CASTINGS,
ii l ltgriti i° p l itn f ei r ireg e o7 Via l #':Dre i ll t A rt ul
chlte7 db v o .. ik
promptly attended to.
Ofgee and WorIre—WASHTNOTON AVENTDC,
neafOuter Depot, Allegheny City, Pa.
ROBINSON, REA &, CO.,
Successors to ROBINSON, MINIS a MII.I.EftB,
FOUNDERSAND MACHINISTS, PITTS3URGH,
Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Steam En
gines Blast Engines, Mill Machinery, Clearing;
Shafting, Casting, of a ll descriptions; Oil Tanks and
Stills, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. 12. corner First and Smithfield Streets.
Agents for GIFGAED'S FETENT INJEO :)E for
feeding Boilers. jall:rs2,
ONT BLANC FOCNBRY.
Butler Street, Ninth Ward,
(Opposite Unionlron M 1113.)
Engines, of every description.
Boilers, ftl Tank.
Sheet Iron Work.
Railroad Castings. t
Rolling Mill and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CAETINES HENYRALLY
Orders promptly and carethlly executed.
EBBERT & MAcKLI D.
PRICE & SIMS.
Office and Warehouse, 29 Wood Street.
Manufacture and keep constantly on hand
Thimble; Skein and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON BOXES, DOG IKONS,
BIIG.AM NETTLES, HOLLOW WABE,
And Castings generally.
THOMAS CARLIN . & CO.,
Fourth Ward Foundry and Machine Works,
SANDUSKY BT., ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.,
Manufacturers of Steam EngineAglil Presses, Pul
les, Shafting; Grist exttilispr BUB Work a _Bolling
Mill and Maine Castings, Grate Bars, Weights,
Wagon Boxes, itc. Build to order and have on
hand Engines-01 ail alzes. - . ..- =WO
CEII - ITRAL FOIINDIL '
AND ROLL WO
BOLIWAN, BOYD &
ChM Bolls, KW Caattngs, 801 l
F ULTON 'MACHINE
ESTABLISHED IN 18
nlanufactory of STEAM ENGIN
and of the most approved pattern
purposes ;ATEA.IMOATB and
BOATS. variety af 10, 11 and
ENGINES, whlzh will be sold
P. F. GRIBBE.
Fifty miles below,Pittaburgh, on th
line of C. & P. R.
LUAU ER! LUMBER! ILUMBER!
YARDS N 0.813 Pre)le Street formerly Manehester
and 11T0.157 Bebetra stre
i thoirtoir y Gas Works.
DEALER Ili ALL KENDS • Cr
Rough and .flaned Lumber,
Floor . Doors.
Bhinalb • .• Moulding .
Suw =ls Dumper,' Cedbr and
Lath and Palings, Oak an 4 '
• ALI:ST—FIRE __
FORT PITT LIMBER
Capital, - - - $./
PazintEDIVAIID DI •
BICarrARY—T. A. WEIGHT.
• Burraurvirrnmrr—EDW. DAV,
Edward Davison, L. P. Duncan,
John Mellon.. ' E. D. Dithridge,
Geo. W. Dlthrldite, M. L. Malone,
B. E. Johnston.
UMBER YARD—Comer of RIMED AND Alp
.LEGHENY STREETS. Ninth Ward.
OFFICE AT FORT PITT GLASS wourp. Wash.
IngtonlitraCE . • -• • WWII* •
GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
JOHN ff. COOPER. JOEL ILLTN ,. ...`..THINNT HINIV
JOHN eOOPER &
BRASS - FOUNDERs
cfAs AND STEAM FriVER,s,
Manufacturers of PUMPS AND BRASS WORN,
every iteggator o ti Ser t f i s is. ln GAS BLXTUREIS
Corner of Pike and Walnut Streets;
, - ,./R0
EL M. WICHEIV,3II
, IRON ElitOKElti
1.14 Ti irt& Stieeti iiittannth . p
'._ t ter the sale of Oo Doeithaa:. ore,4:
2, .stra .• m it as i ...
sad 0.1. say
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Jele. -ERCOZT. - lc , .
4, ' Ales) .re ~ ,ez .tt.01.1 w ...1-..
NW iod wan•nopeottlair PoLtaltede
tURGH G9AiTE: 1 :- /4,losia
3 Eiti**Es'.. ;)-I.oiitiftif,',-8E0:
BOMEII, STILL MB TANK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-PLUED TUBULAR, rutz
'BOX ANJ CYLINDER STEAM BOILERS.
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING Alip ABB ,PANS,
SETTLING PANS, BALT PANS AND CON-
DENSERS; • .
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND LEON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL-SHIITES
()Mee and Wibrelionse corner Second,
Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
Orders 'sent to the abOve address will be
Ur attended to., znh7:lB9
I. W.X0.12.1101r....313,11. BARWHILL.... JAS. BLAIII.
('SARA BOILER WORKS.
HORROWi BARNHILL & CO.,
• KANIITACrUIiEIIe Or
Steam Boijers, Oil Stills, Agitators,
T KS, SALT PANS, GASOMETERS, WROUGHT
IRON BRIDGES, SHEET IRONWORK, ho.
or. Liberty and Second Sti.,
• 1 PITTSBURGH, P.
R PAIRING promptly done. Jy4:b7.
If ‘, —Le l nAit.ramom & co
—ND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. 80, 22, 24 AND 56 PENN ST.
ila . ving secured a large yard and Airnished It with
:he mostapproved machinery, we are prepared to
nanufacture every description of BOILERS in the
/est manner, and warranted equal to any made in
e country. Chimneys, Breeching, Fire Beds,
3 eam Pipes, Locomotive - Boilers, Condensers, Salt
BP ns, Tanks, 011 Stills, Agitators, Settling Pans,
13 tier Iron , Bridges, Sugar Pans, and sole mann
f =rent of Barnhill's Patent Boilers.
pairing done on the shortest notice. 1a5:c21
ABMS M. BITER,
Nos. 53 and 56 Water Street,
IRON OIL- . TANKS,
SETTLING PANS, COPPER STEAM PIPE,
ROLLING MILL STACKS,
And SHEET IRON WORK,
JARED M. BRUSH & SON,
4team Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks
SHEET IRON WORE. &O.
-61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, &C.
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL let Co.'s
FOR BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to. Cook, Bake or Roast as
wpassany other Store in the Union.
'MULTI & CO,
No. 235 Liberty Street.
Also on hand sod for sale,
ORATE FRONTS, VENDERS,
COOKING RANOES, to.
CHEAPEST PLACE in the city
TO BUY THE
TRIUMPH COOKING STOVE,
Is at No. 148 GRANT. STREET.
Jet P. C. DITFIPY.
WARING AND KING,
Commission Nerd:tants and Brokers in
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
WARING, KING •fic CO.,
127 Walnut Street.
ch. - stationary
-10 horse power
t very reduced
Ohio aver, and
AND DICALEBS IN •
Petroleum and Its Products.
Pittsburgh Othce—DALZELLt BUILDING, ear
ner of Duquesne Way and Trwilistreets.
Philadelphia Oidee-1131 tirALNIIT BT.
JACOB WEAVER, Jr. & CO.
Oil Con:minion. Jobbers,
No. 3 DIIQUZEINN W.A.Y, will hay sad sell tirade
and Helloed 01la. Lubdesting. Tar, Benstrie au&
t e areMies ° ,tlPMPL=l. l
dace:meats to operators. As heretotorev we aro de-,.
termlaed tcrmanelt the Interest rot buyers and sel
lers to plea as Gall. Ptrtlee having Oils for .lie
are cordially invited to bring their samples.
H m. LONG &
PURE 'WHITE BURNING OIL,
&Dee, No. 2 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh.
J. 0. H11171:114...C. A. ICZUESir...W. U. WIT/MUD.
SOHO OIL WORKS;
Manufacture and have for male all kinds of
No. IST. CLAIB STREET., • •
1111317111111. MEIMIF.W & (Nl6
• 3• LEMON 'ai WilBE ''
- 4 ., .d i ki' ‘irt:, : efAuthixilid,
0 B .4 e m yolk •, eon "
I oie ia mai f •;.„, 4 aiiidie are OordWil
11"Meit 4 - • Ykit.) t''
aka ILIXON • Walk
lIDAIDND D. DRUSU
witoLEßAra AND RETAIL,
FORT PITT BANREit - COMPANY,
No. 169V00d Street,
CAPITAL, : : : : $200,000.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
NTEREST MOWED ON TIRE DEPOSITS.
Collections made on •all accessible points In the
United States and Canada&
D. Hostetter.. Jno. C. Risher,
James Gordon, Robt. H. Haig,
D. WaOnce, Andrew Miller,
E. Fawcett, James H. Bailey.
BAWL. NeCLUBILAN, Preen.
No: - 293 UMW ':STAZET,
CAPITAL, (authorized,) : : : : $200,000.
Wm. H. Hamilton,
Geo. T. Van Dared.
H. J. Lynch,
Jan Murdoch, Jr.,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Collection's 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.
OEO. T. OAF DOREN. Cashier.
sirSTOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Cor. of. Wood and Sixth Sts.
JOS. EL HILL
CAPITAL, : : : $500,000.
m Ge o rgeea i
Wm. IL Brown,
W. kl. Haven.
HART, CAUGHET & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood StreetB,
(succEssons TO HANNA, HAFT it C 0.,)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
/..s.l particular attention paid to it e and
Sight Drafts on London.
N. HOLMES & SONS,
57 Market Street,
PITTTSfIURGI3, P A.
Collections made on all the principal points or the
United duces and Caned's.
Stocks, Bonds, and other Securities'
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
_Particular attention paid to the pnrchaae sod
United States Securities.
WESTERN SAVINGS BANK,
No. S 9 Fourth Street.
Interest paid en Time Deposits
• KNY'SUM RECEIVED FROM
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD.
DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECK, WITHOUT
Discmintet Daily 5t.151 o'clock
Vice President.-A. IL MARSHALL.
J. J. GLLLESPLE,'.
Stockholders to whom we
D. -C. Bidwell,
E. N. Fulton,
i%ot,tatit BAYING 44 BANK,
No. 65 Fourth Street
cuAivrk...rma) IN 1856.
. . . .
Open daily from 9 to 1 &cloak; also onV-EDNES
DAY and SATURDAY EVENINOB, from May Ist
to November - Ist,. front 7to 9 o'clock, and from NO. ,
xsaber /at to May Ist, froin 6 to 8 o'elock.
epo Its received of all sums of not less than ONE
'DOLLIR, and a dividend of the profits declared
ivrioe:a year, In June and December. Intereit free
been declared semi-annually In June and December
Once Cho - Bank was organized, at the rate of six per
centia tear. • , .
Intermit, if not drawn out, R placed to' the credit
of the depositor as principal, and bears the same in
terest from the Ist days of June and December,
pounding twice a year without troubling the depos-
Dorf Coca% or even to present his pass book. At
- this rate money will double in less than twelve years.
• Books containing the Charter, By-Lowe,' Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on appii9itton at the
• ViOZ PRE&IDIiNTB:
JObTI G. Backofen, A. M. Pollock, M. 8.,
Bela, L. Fahnestock, Robert Robb,
James Ilerdman, .John If. Bhocnberger,
James hlcAu James dhidle,
James B. 1). bleeds, Alexander Speer,
Isaac M. Pennock, Christian Yeager.
• wm. J. Anderson, Robert C. Loomis,
Calvin Adams, Henn/ J: Lynch,
John C.- Blndley, ' ' Peter A. Madeira,
Georg_e Black, . J o h n hi nrahau,
Hlil uurgwin, . Walter P. Marshall,
Alonzo A.• Carrier, ' • 'Johnll. McFadden,
Charles A. Colton, Ormsby Phillips,
John Evans, Henry - L. Ringwalta
John J. °Ricardo, win, - E„ . s e h muts ,,
William O. HaVCR , Alexander Tintile.
' Peter IL Hankpr,, .Vllll4am Van Klrk, •
• 'ltichard'llffei Isaac' Whittier,
James D.ltCt l yJf_‘' War. P. - -yrtymita,
Tiotaottnan , -CHARLES A. COLTubl.,
...63opvrA/t774A.126878,'D, 1112308 • . •
I RATB**lb: CA2 0 13 1 - "• '
L mARTIN LIVIKER I .
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L• B o , ' , Daitars tir • • '
W a t 04 1 1 1 1A.:0 1210#4 " ,
,art sad Seal
tab oh pa.
QM= preaptly !U M lIIIMMWSOUII guirsatesi.
7 _ •
1? i . 0,1" I'4..'rZ,
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets.
GOVERNMENT AND PACIFIC LB. BONDS,
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought on the most favorable terms. Sells LET
TERS OF CREDIT and DRAFTS available In any
part of Europe.
DEPOSITS received subject to check, or INTER
EST ALLOWIED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Jas T. BEADY 0...•
Coiner Pourth and Wood Ste.,
BUY AND SELL ,ALL MOMS OF
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
,ON MOST 7AVORABLE TERMS.
NEW 5-20 COUPON BOND.
._. . . .
Interest Mewed en Deposits.
lifpNED LOANED ON GOVERNMENT
apd other approved collateral, at lowest
Orders executed 'ter the 'Purchase and
Sale of 11TOCITIV, IBOADi and GOLD. - '
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.
FINANCE AND TRADE .
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, i
SATURDAY, June 27, 1868.
Government bonds , were very dull, and
quotationsjwere barely sustained. As an
investment, these securities are entirely
too high. when.compared with the high in
terest paidifor the use of money either on
business paper, municipal and other se
curities or bond or mortgages. What
kept up the national securities was the
supposition, that, immediately after the
July disb4sements, Money would, become
still cheaper at the seaboard cities, but
which is not likely to be the case now.
Money that was flowing eastward to find
temporary employment either in specula
tive ventures or for drawing a small interest
for the time being is now being withdrawn
for the moving of the crops, and bank cir
culation being scare in the western States
and little business 1 paper mailing in the
east, it will require a much larger bulk of
currency to pay for the produce of the
South and 'West, and at an earlier day
than formerly, States not only producing
cotton and sugar, they also come in for a•
share of the wheat land other cereals to be
shipped. These causes combined and the
currency question agitated again, maysend
down government Securities after the first
of next month instead of advancing them.
Quotations in Europe for Five Twenties are,
lower there than here, and the absorbtion
by actual investors there being naturally
slow, prices have to come down at home
before a markpt can be made in Europe.
The argument that American securities
does not hold good when you can buy the
Austrian and Italian State bonds so much
below par that they yield an interest
equal to ours, considering all the 'contin
gencies foreign bondholders are sub
Gold keeps steady at 140 g to 140 g, with-1
a downward tendency. The market for'
the present is kept firm and above 140,
mainly on account of the scarcity of coin,
1 bat with the disbursements next week the
market is likely to yield from bne to two s `:
per cent., although higher quotations are
hinted at by speculators. The general es
timate of coin due foreign capitalists on
July first seems to be over-estimated, ac
cording to the best authority, it cannot ex
ceed much the sum of fourteen million dol
lars in gold, which would , leave a balance
to come on the market of, about twenty
three millions, of which belongs to banks
about fifteen millions, leaving'yet ten mil
lion dollars to supply the general market.
From this it may be safely estimated that
in the present state of our commercial for
eign relations, neither an undue depres
sion, such as 133 per cent., could be ex
pected, nor are there any apprehensions ,
that during the next two months we would
ha • e to report a considerable advance
ab . ve the present quotations.
= 'hoed shares were very firm to-day,
although the dealings are confined to
an all amounts. In the present state of the
in rket it would be unsafe to sell any
eh= res ahead in the expectation to see
lo er quotations made, the seller runs a
t o-fold risk; a sudden advance by clique
miliement or aloes of his matgins by, the
in , bility of the purchaser to live up to his
press . stooks were very znuch af k ;
pr-ssed, ' partionlatly Merchants Union,
w• i h was expected to make dividend In
.1' , but it seems the .parties in the ring i' aorat
gav out this report simply •to cause a
firer feeling in order to sell out and buy
in a in when everybody is disgtedWith
the misetable 'management. But aside
fro that, Expresi nompspion are , in the
sa' condition as any other prodigal
me ' h ant at the pfeseht dull times who
is n t managing his affairs according to his.
Inc me. • 1
B :ling shares are firm and in steady in
Yes went demand. , '
Money is tightening o? PreParatorY to
Jul payments -and ! /2 0
r e a r fillia:l4ll7V'LlirlletitokYno7 been Ill'OMptli
t n up , at matorll:Ye • Pithin ess i nactiVe-
Closing quotations as received , by Ph. B.
B o tz, were as follows: .
G id,_l4o ) ,i; 1881 bonds. 117%; 1862 5-20 s,
1 3g; 1864 do, 110 g; 1865 do, 111; new,
1 and 1867, 113 g; , Ten Forties, 107y $ ;
oven Thirties, 109 x..
New York Central, - 135%; Erie, 71'4;
cliigisti Southern, 92.'y i L Cleveland &
ittSburgb, 90%1, Nottli*sultern, common,
•iit i ‘c, Preferred, 79Nt'Ohicago & Rock Is
land, 104%i . Pittsburgh: 45r,- -Fort Wayne,
112%; Ohio t Missispippi Certificates, 30%;
Merchants littiote : ExPrese• 2434; Western .
Union Telegraph, 114;4 Corydon, 34; Quick
silver/ 25 .:C1 11 4 1 Z •thli;44 s, ;' ' I „
—47/oMilitlxiiiiiiiiol - IS reoetluilbsgsunotiT•
1.1. f ~..; ~, . 0 ), '- <4,1. OWN li Marliret• - • .; ia 0 , ...
013 I I DE 1. 411 1 1:.. 41 4YrAft',$7! P I 14 4 1 ,t4Pe •Or . litittlli t lY , - '
. , ''' , , - • i t. ;11 1 ‘' W 411366. ih i :
9,t0 t3] 'ol) s 4,
1 Nyj ,•• , 1 ... • .0-4 . ..1 .' ' f. ' '.' ' ' c 'IR 444114tii 't: r i
' t July 7"" * ' '
• • • • or fair to medium,
/NM AMIN 4 9.1 and 18 1 /1108,80 to e good to girl tt t y
A. M. MARSHALL,
Bev. David Herr,
A. H. Brown,
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,:i
SATURDAY, June, 27, 1868.,
The general markets f have been very
dull during the past week, the volume of
business in the aggregate having been nun- '
sadly light, and prices generally are again
shrinking. The main topic of oonversa
tion in commercial circles, is in regard to
the crops; the reports from all quarters
continue very encouraging, and the Wheat
is so far advanced as to be almost entirely
Out of danger. In some quarters harvest-
ing has 'already been commeuced, and if
the weather should continue dry. and '
warm the Wheat crop throughout the en-
tire' country will be pretty well secured
within - the next thirty days, also Rye' nd 1
Oats., As we have already remarked busi
ness generally is very_dull nor is it likely 1
'that there will be any iiiprovament until
BUTTER--Netwithstanding there has I
been libei al arrivals within the past day
or two, the demand keeps up well, and
as a consequence prices are • maintained,
ranging from 25 to 27 - for prime to choice
EGGS—DuII and still tending., down
ward; 22 cents seemed to be regarded as
the ruling price to-day. ' '
OREESE—Is steady with sales of West
ern Reserve at 13 to 14. ' Ohio Factory at 15
to 16; Limburg, 18 andSweilaer,at 20.- -
•• ATOES—We can report a' sale of 1
c load of prime Peach Blows at $1,15, and
We are cognizant of $1,12 having been of
fered for another car load. New -Potatoes
steady, with a good demand at $6 to $6,50
Per bbl. ,
GRAlN—Winter Wheat is scarce and in
fair milling demand, and prices are firm
at $2,30 to $2,35 for Red and White. Oats con
tinue to arrive- pretty freely, but there is a
good demand at a slight reduction, say
75c; above this figure they drag, unless it
is for small lots in store. Notwithstand
ing the dullness that is prevailing now,
dealers expect better prices next , month.
Rye is scarce, but there is not much in
quiry; we quote nominally at $1,55 to $1,60.
Vorrris - very dull but- unchanged; may' be
quoted at $1 to $1,05, on track and in eleva
tor, as to quality. Nothing doing in Bat
ley, nor is it likely that there will be until
after the new crop comukenCes to arri*e. --
LARD OIL—Is quiet and unchanged at
$1,20 for No. 2, and $1,40 for No. 1. :
HOMINY—Is dull, with small sales in
store at $6,25 to $6,50.
DRIED FRUIT—,-Continties exceedingly
dull, and the supply is large for this seit
soa of the , year. - We quote Apples at 5 ta
6c, and Peaches at 103/ to 1134 c.
HAY— Is quiet and unchanged;. wagon
Hay is still quoted at $l5 - to $2O per ton, as
to quality ^:_
PROVISIONS—Bacon is, quiet and. un
changed at 13Mc for Shoulders; 16e to l&i
for Ribbed and Clear Sides, and 19%q
to 19%c for Canvassed Sugar Cured Hams.
Lard, 17% to 18c, for prime kettle ren
dered. Dried Beef, 22 to =c. Mess Pork #
$2B to $28,50.
SEEDS—Flaxseed is scarce and in de,
mend at $2,50 to $2,55. No demand What,
ever for Clover or. Timothy Seeds.
LlME—Sales at $2 per bbl.
PIG LEAD—Sales reported at 1034 c.
FLOUR—The market is dull and a little
weak. though without quotable change.,.
We continue to quote at $9,50 to $lO for low
grade Spring Wheat, and $10,25 to. $10,50
for good to choice do. Winter Wheat is
still quoted at $ll to $11,50, and fancy,
brands at $l4 to $l5. Rye Flour dull at $9.
TTSIMTRGH PETROLEUM MARKET.;
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBUGE GAZETTE,
S . 1
• ATURDAY, June 27, 1868. 5 i ,
RIIDE.—The crude market has been,
mer and considerably excited during
t: past few days, and compared with the
e ly part of the week an advance of - fully
cent per gallon has
To day there was but little done, but a ,
single sale reported 1,200 bbls on spot at 13;:
la6t evening there were couple of sales.,
eected 950 and 1,300, on spot, and . both at
1 : Buyers' option all the year, may be
q oted, in the absence of sales,at 14 to 15.
telegram - from Oil City ,this afternoon
Says: Market quiet'at $5,25 per =bbl at this -
4fint—nothihg doing. Firm on Creek at
,90 to $4,95. - • '
In regard to:the new well, of -Which a '
b ief mention was made in our last report;
we have received some additional, particn-,' •
hula. According to telegrams to-day; it
was producing about five hundred barrels.
per daVand itseems that' when it corn
trienced to flow two other wells near by, '
producing together two hundred - barre, -
stopped so that the production is increased
three hundred barrels.
REFINED—It is an old proverb that there
is always a calni after a storm, and this has -
been verified-to-day. Yesterday the sales
were - unprecedentedly large, reaching
twenty thousand five hundred barrels, in
, the aggregate, while, to-day, there was
next to nothing done, but twenty-five hun
barrels reported. The market, how
ever, appeared to be, fully as strong as it
was yesterday, although less excited, prices
being fully sustained; so far as we oould •
learn, the demand to-day was fully, as good
as it was yesterday, and the reason why
there was so little done, was in conse
quence of the fact that there was little or
no oil offering. Our refiners seem to be
pretty well sold up for the early months,
and, as a general thing, they are not dis
posed to enter upon the late months, in the
present condition of the market. It is
claimed that taking the present price of
Crude as a basis, there is no margin, and
this being the case, there is no inducement
to sell so far ahead, while by holding back,
they may be enabled to do mach loetter.
There was a sale of 500 bbls Benzoic) (65 to
70 gravity) at 16%c. ,
ported ' to-daY were"
W. M'Cuteheon-. 50
'Fisher dc; Bro 160
_Lockhart di C0...160
Tait - ...... 980.
Totall Receips for the week.... ... 2,489
Total receipts Once - 580,050 I
, OIL SHIPMENTS 1118. A. V. - R. B.
Citizens - Ref. Co., 50 bbla rafted to P. A.
Eillworth ek, Co., Philadelphia. -
Melleivy k. Bro., 51 bbla ref. to W. P.
• Bro., Philadelphia.
Loaau a ct
sat. .Ref Co., 50 do do to P. A.
'McKee is Hackett
ckett, 200 do do to W. P.
Logan & Bro.,Philadelphia.
Fawcett, Loan & Stockdale, 200 do do to
W. P. Logan dr. Biro., Philadelphia.
Forsyth, Bio. & Co., 408 do do to War.
den, Frew. & 'Co., Philadelphia.
Clark & Sumner, 567 do do to P.%Wright
& Sons, Philadelphia.
McCreary & Beaumont, 602 do do to W.
T. Logan &Bro., Philadelphia.
OIL EIHIPMEIV79 PROM DUQI7ENNE DlitE'OT.
G. W. Holdship, 104 do do ' to Waring,
'ing & Co., Philadelphia.
Umon 'Ref. & t St: Co., '7O do do2to W.
Logan & Bro., Philadelphia. '' • ' •
, A. D. Miller, 82 do do to Warden, Frew
& Co.', Philadelphia.
Jag. Wier, 136 do do .. WvP,.Logatt
& 13x0., Philadelphia. _: •
Hutchinson Oil Bet. 448. do. do
to WardeniFrevr& Co.; Philadelphia.
den, Frew & Co. , Philadelphia, • , . •
arrivals or oil, re
D. M. Edgerton....32o
Weisenb'gerA C 0.240
J. W. Biaarran. 50