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AB. sx.xa, Prea't W. P. reaxer., 9ttp3.
•-1 AND IRON CO.
iliailroad Fish Bars and Bolts; •
• RailroadiCar Axles Belled; •
"Railroad Car 'Axles littni n tMereth
4 ‘ldoetbinotlie Frain es; - •
Locomotive Frame Shapes,
• Bide Bads; ;
piston Iteads; I
Steamboat Cranks; • •
piston gods, Wristlet
Fitman Jaws, Colinras Re.
Office, No. 177 .:P'ENN STRNET,
EBB & Co.,
IIiANTMACTUREitS Or .
Bar; Ilikop and Sheet Iron,
Iron Welded Tubes for Gas, Steam,
OIL' WELL TUBING.
°Meet 88 Water and 182 First Streets..
KENSINGTON IRON WORKS.
LLOYD & BLACK,
MAITUFAOTtIitgR I3 of
Best CO'ramon, Refined, Charcoal
JITNIATA BLOOM IRON.
MERCHANT BAR, ROUND and SQUARE 1R0N,, ,
HOOP, BAND T, and ANGLE IRON.
BOILER. PLATE and SHEET IRON.
MOWER AND REAPER BARS, _
CYLINDER and GUARD or ruoaEß IRON. •
. WALL T BAIT.S _2O and 16 tbs. to the yard.
• WROUGHT CHAIRS and SPIRES for same.
BLAT ItAlLS,_runehed and Countersank.
NAILS AND SPDIES.
Warehonse arid - Office at the Worts, GREEN
OMB STREET, (a-continuation of First street,
adjoining the City Gas Works, Pittsburgh.
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO"
Pennsylvania trot Works.
• Warehouse, Nos. 166 and' 167, ` FIRST STREET
opposite hionougahell House,
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.
SINGER, ITIOCK & CO.
lfannf&cturers of Avery description of
CAST AND GERMAN STEEL,
RAILWAY frPR11199,2 - V
ELLI.I•Tfe ANL) FL , A.TPAIII SPRINGS;
• AXLES, fi.ESEL TIRE. &c., &c
Warehouse, 83 . Water and 100 First its.
PwrsuunGit STEEL WORKS.
ANDERSON, COOK &;CO.,
(BIIC&IIMOILS TO delfE9, BOYD & C 0.,)
liannfacturers of the
TEST. REFINED -. CAST STEEL,
N of all A gisest SAW
OAST STEEL tor • 5 °
steed Plow wings <
.• Axles eniain • • 11r;
- • ofr 10•11
Cait and Common Plow & SpringStept,
`: fldee—Carner FIRST A-1.111 'ROSS STREETS. two
tusks above She Monongahela House.
AI ILLER, BABB - & PAIALIN
_ - GZI4II3!LLL PARTNERS:
METCALF. REUBEN MILLER,
S p ). W. BARK, I CRAB. PARKIN. •
- • srscui. FARTNZII - S. M. KLUB.
,;;ZU.TLiT.4.104.1R., 13.4..1111 & PARKIN,
Offlee, - No. 339 Liberty St,
' STEEL worms.
PARK,- BROTHER & CO.,
gatufactuiers of all desortpttono of
Office sind Vrarehoude,l2o, lAA, 124 SECOND
and 1 19 and 121 FIRST tyrvvati.
N EW HARDWARE 110IISE..
LINDSEY; STEERIT &
Disnifactorers and Impofters of
1 "` ' 'CUTLERY, &C.
Oas ; Val% ' talon Depot.
• ',kw , •
I. •„, PITTSBURGH. ,
I'll; • 1)1 _
Asent. for TAIERBA.ISIICS , scji.taea.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
frELIAS-AILLEN," • • 44
.• twit& ainott
LEAF TOBACCO AND 13119A1N - i..
D'ap ifIXTIf STICIIIW fltstldslo.llauwpr4 oin
an • ^• • - p t rivss uusi:Pk,
Sa m eo pf 17 Water aDiaILP
E.. dr. W. ..7 - mtricreirSON,
Muintsztureis and polders in -
TONiCCO, Snitlit Cigars, Pipes, .Ico.,
No 6 yEasirdisa. ST.. AtTaXeBANT‘
4;:; ,, .. , :z,,
A TLAS wgn.K2,
MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
, ~ . •
THOMAS N. MILLER, President.
prepared to furnish . ..
Engines, of every deseription.
Boliers,oll Tonsk".. •
i • . . '.
19 et Iro Work.
.e*lalidif- 11 - f ' '
- ; Bellifig NM Castings. ;- ,
1 liaehine. Castings.
1 ORDERS HOLICITED
' , troritnEo
'NATIONAL • FOUNDB!,
AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner carrOti and . Smsliman Streets,
" _ • • (NINTH WARD,) •
11fairmfooturei• of -
POE GAS AND WATER WORKS.
My Pipes are all cast invariably in Pits. in dry
sand, and IR feetlengths: Also, run assortment of
General Castings for Gas and Water Works.
I would also call the attentio n
of Su pe rintendents
of Gas Works to my make of RETORTS.
• felietlo •
L. O. mvisosTox.w. 11. BURT.W.-A.-ROBINSON, Jll..
FINE LIGHT .CASTINGA
All defieriptions,' tor Plumbers and Gas Fitters., Ag
rieulturallmplements, Cotton and Woolen Mill Ma
chinery, In. •
All Jo b Work promptly attended to.
Office and • Works—WHINGTOIT A alt
near Outer Oepot, Allegheny City, Pa.
ROBLIti:1114 pr.Ek Is, co.;
Successors to Sortuteox, Nuns & Mrtaacut,
FOUNDERSAND MACHINISTS,' PrITSIURGH,
Manubsctirrers . of Boat and Stationary Steam En
gines, Blast Engines, Mill Machinery, Gearing,
ShatUng, Castings of all descriptions; 011 Tanks and
Stills, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. ESL corner First and Stnithileld Streets.
Agents for OEFOARD'S PETENT L'IJEO --IR for
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Butler Street, Ninth Ward,
RolMng Mill and Bridge Castings,
"THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS GENERALLY.
Orders promptly and carf — ifelly eieented.
Charges reasouside. _
• - EBBERT & ILACICLEM
(like and Warehouse,. 29 Wood Street.
Manufacture and keep constantly on band
Thimble, Skein and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON BOEMI, DOG IRONS,.: :
,SIIEFAII BEETLES, HOLLOW WARE,
And Cistinge generally. - 4 • aif36:yB
TROBLIS CARLIN & CO.,
Fourth Fantdry and . Vaduz \Yorks,
maibussx Si., LEGHERY CITY,
tdanneltalxurers or Steams Entine& On Prunes, Pul
ley, Shafting,- Grist and Saw Mill Work. Rolling
?dill and Idachltie - Castings, Grate Bare, Weights,
Wagon Boxes, Re. Build to order and have on
hand Engines of all sizes.- maTl4:qs
AND ROLL WORK&
880 Penn Street.
Boramoz„ BOYD & BAGALEI'.
man ligll Castings, Roll Lathes, go.
Fuilro lir MACHINE WOURS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
- "Sfantlfsetory of STEAM ENGINES, all sizes
and of the moat approved patterns, for stationary_
finOTAe." •'iFt;rigitni A i r o s . ir %V
IiNGINICS, ,I which rill be sold ai very minced
P. F. GEISSE. Wellsville, 0.
line of an
Fifty miles &
below Pittsburgh, on the Ohio Aver;
LUBIB'EIt.I LIIMBEItt - LIIMBEW
ALEXANDER EMERSON, .
YARDS No: SG Preble Street formerly Manchester,
and No. 157 Rebecca street,oppostte Gas Nprks.
' DEALER. IN ALL KINDS CY
Rough- -and , - Planed Lumber,
PloOrlng. _ Doors.
Shingles, 'Mouldings, _,.; •
Saw Mill L umber, . Cedar and - Lormst Posts,
Lath sud Palings, Oak and Yettow Pine.
_ Amo r rum - BRION, TILE and.CLAY. al5:o5B
FORT PITT LUMBER COMP •
Capital, - - $123,000.
gl i Vrt i vc " ;:tLeriVlSON.a ii
EdwardDavison, Dlnat9 , • -- 1 L TOn .
F. - Millman. •
John - Ittellon Z. 'D.' Dlthrldge,
M. L. Malone.
S. /S. Johnston.
LUMBER YARD—Corner of airman AND Afr
LEGRENT STREETS. Ninth Ward.
ingto n St
COPPICEr eet. AT PORT PITT GLASS VONA, Wash.
GAYS AND STEAM FITTING.
Jour( it. mom • JOB: arts mufti BIEL
JOHN M. COOPER &co •
GAS AND STEAM - FITTERS,
Mainfactaints of PUMPS AND Bli:ABB Wonx,p
eveu description; dealers In GAS YUCTIInES
4Nl} Tuswe, of all kinds. . •
Corner of Pike and Walnut Streets,
SMMEL M. WicimettSiLiM,
m ar BRoKER;
- First Street, Pittsbutsh, Pa.
: Agent fbr the'sale of 0011tral&na lli g hele i e ." —
Sophism, Isabella, Denoantan, cleaulpe• ( *tendon,
co of Athracite, Zonghlogkeny
Coke and 0: .- Charal
(Opposite Union Iron 111
corderß mspeclitOr ioyvlto.
GAZETTE : MONDAY, JULY ..:13, -21.868
F ORT PITT -
1101111, - STILL AND TANK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, POUBLE-FLUED TUBULAR, FMB
, BOX AN_, CYLINDER:STEAM BOILERS.
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS.
CHIMNEYS,' BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING iPANS, SALT PANS AND CON
STEAM. PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
PRISON DOOB3 AND COAL SHIITES
01118ce and' Warehouse corner Second,
' Third. Short and L iberty Streetit,
PIT,T.SETRGI - 1, Pa
W Orders bent to the above address will be
promoth attended to. mb7:189
BARNHILL .&. CO4
AND SHEET IRON W . ORTKERS;
NOS. rO, 22, 24 AND 20 PENN ST.
Havlng_se v ured a large yard and furnished It with
the most ar}roved machinery, we are prepared to
manufactur every description of BOILERS In the
best manna and; warranted equal to any made in
the country. Chimneys, Breeching, Fire Beds,
Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers, Condensers, Salt
Pans, Tanks,oll Stills, Agitators, Settling Pans,
Boiler Don, Bridges, Sugar Pans, and sole manu
facturers-of Barnhill's Patent Boilers.
Repairing done on the shortest notice. laSie2l
JAMES Di, BITER,
. Nos. 55 and 56 Water kirept,
IRON OIL TANKS
SETTLING PANS, COPPER STEAM PIPE,
ROLLING MILL STACKS,
And SHEET IRON WORK,
• For Steamboats.
JAHZD M. BRUSH EDMUND D. BRUSH.
JARED N. BRUSH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tank,s
SHEET IRON WOES. &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, &O.
COOK STOVE S . `
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL & CO.'S
FOB BIrUMLYO US jCOAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
well as any other
. Stove in the Union.
BISSELL & CO.,
No. 235 Liberty-Street.
Allmon hand and for sale.
GRATE FRONTS FENDERS,
CHEAPEST PLACE in the city
TO BIM THE
TRIUMPH COOKINC STOVE,
Is at No. 146 GRaNT 6'I'I:MET.
WARING AND KING,
. Commission Mere Awns mod Broken la
Petroleum and itsfroduets,
DALEELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
WARING, KING & CO.,
127 Walnut Street.
. AND DEALERS IN
Petroleum and its Products.
'Pittsburgh 0111ce—DALZELt • BUILDING, cor
net of Duquesne Way and Irwl - nstreets.
Pldladtaphla OfEee-127 WALNUT -ST.
JACOB WEAVER, Jr. & CO.,
Oft Commission Jobbers,
. . ~
DrgITESNE WAIT, will and sell Crude
and Binned Oils, Lubricating, Tar,Benzine and
Cooperage. Our 'long experience In the Petroleum
trade enables us to offer unusual facilities and in
ducements to operators. As heretofore, we are de
termined to make it the interest of buyers and sel
lers to give tot a call. Parties having ()Us for sale
are cordially invited to bring their samples.
Ticr . NI. LONG CO.,
NANDBACTUILEtet 3 OP
PURE WHILE : BURNING OIL, -
Brand— , ".L TYCLFER. P°
OMo% Ne. S . Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, -
rro. - US rovilaw errAt . E.V.T.
Constantly on hand every variety of PARLOR and
CHAMBER FURNITURE, together with a com
plete assortment of common Furniture at reduced
Thoee is went of anything In our line are cordially
invited to call before purchasing.
galcmicceranteed. LEMON a
COPPER tali AND BREL'LTRO worn,
PARK„ a, GO.,
Manufacturers 'or Sheathing 'Drente:et and Bel
-Copper, Premed Copper Beams, liaised Still Bot
toms, Spelter bolder. Also, Importers and Dealers
.1* metal, Tin Plate, sheet arm, Nt ne ate. Qon
Ilpintly on hand %Inners , Machines an ;Tools.
Warehenseatio. 140 MST ISTBBAT and 190
Special orders of Dapper cut to any desired pat
ant. • • inelerandwT
- - .
MARTEN LI.EBLF,R, •
HATS, CAPS AND :p 3Bs,
in Am At erviliel j iw s ne c itsie zi ri Alan Dealer
FIELD Pittsburgh, I's.
(UAW promptly 4104 poi s4l44l94.gualsalso
P. c. nuvrr.
g ,i 3
EATS AND, OAPS.
MT PITT MARINO COMPANY,
N 0.169 Wood Street.
_irrA_L, • • •,`• • $200,000.
•TOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE,
I'oo RNMENT S 01JRITIES,
AND CO D.
NT DES g-iiIIiOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Colcettons made on all ei
Inited States and Canadas.
Jain. C. Risher.
Robt. H. R.ng, •
James M. Bailey.:
.14 ~ es Gordon,
No, 293 LIBERTY STREET,
CAPITAL, (afithorized,) : : : : $200,000.
'Wm. H. Ram '
Geo. T. Van I)cren.
IL J. Lynch,
John Murdoch, Jr.,
GENERAL BANEENG - , EI:NINES
Collections made on all accessible points in the
I 'died States and Canada.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
NI ED STATES SECURITIES SOUGHT AND SOLD
S. J. LYNCH, President.
GEO. T. PAN DOREN, Emitter.
.TOCKHOLDEBB INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
NATIONAL BANK. OF - COMMERCE
Cor. of Wood and Sixth Sts.
JOB. H. HILL
CAPITAL, : : : $500,000.
A. Patterson, George W. Cage, '
Wm.jt„ : „Brown; I James McCandless,
iChas. Lockhart, W nl. Deuglas,
Allen Kirkpatrick, I Wm. Reed.
Y, AT U A. M.
CAI3O4EY & CO., _
BANKERS AND BROKERS, -
Corner ; Third and,: _Wood Streets,
(SUCCESSORS TO HANNA, HART A. C 0.,)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And particular attention e
Paid to the purchase and
buitut Drafts on - London.
NHOLMES & SONS,
57 Market Street,
rorrICTSl3l7ll.4all - ,
United !States and tions made on aldas l the principal pot4ta of the
Stocks, Bonds and other Seentities
BOUGHT AND SOLHON COHMISBION.
Partlaulu att4zUon paid to the prtechitee and
United States Securities.
WESTE.AN SAYINGS BANK,
No. 59 Fourth Street.
Interest paid on Time Deposits
ANY SEM RECEIVED IPICO:et
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD.
DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECK, WITHOUT
Discounts Daily at lit o'clock.
Vice President-4. M. MARSHALIa
THOMPSON BELL, M. MARSHALL,
JOS. DILWORTH. 1. JOB. Alr• REE.
J. J. GILLESPIE.
Stockholders to whom we
Willis •Dalzell, •
D.. W. C. Bidwell,
B. X. Fulton,
MECHANICS' SAVINGS BANK,
N 0.14 SzattatfLteld. Street.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS. ANY SUM
RECEIVED FROM ONE DOLLAR DEWARD. s De
poeHa received antdeetio cheek, wlthott Inteeeet.
GEO. D. TINDLE, Secrets and Treasurer.
JAILER H. HOPKINS, Mk tor. . .
James Blackmon, • James.H. Hopkins,
Alex. nettle, James Bowe,
William Deane, W. W. Bredebell.
A. Cubbage, - Robert Wray.
ATLANTIC CITE, N. J.
This ant class Hotel will open for the season on
281 h June. Terms, $3.50 per day; $2O per week.
Address it. R. THOMPSON, Proprietor, _
(Formerly of Congress Hall, Cape Island, and Me
tropolitan Hotel, - Washington, D. 0.)
N. H.—The music will be under the direction of
Mr. CARL RENTZ. 'erlat7
A NEW SUMMER RESORT.
THE LAKE HOME, Stoneboro„Pa.,
(on the line of Jamestown Franklin Railroad,
one hour's ride from Franklin.) This house is
large, new . , and commodious , well furnished. has
billiard rooms, ten-pin 'alleys and covered prome
nades.. It is on ,the banks of the melt charming
'airy Lake in Asaerlea, abounding in fish. and ad
mirable for sailing purposes, surrounded with Bul
- romantic scenery, ae. It is the best
summer resort in the Biala. Address.
8. T. KENNEDY. Proprietor.
• WASHINGTON STREET,
Near Pittsburgh Grain ILlevoitor
W. NV. A.NIMUIEK)N.
Sisnufleturer of CORN htEAL, RYE FLOUR aad
CHOPPED FEED. Orders de livered in either city
free of obarge. Grain of all kind' yrioPPed,
cion% 'hint wAlce,
7 - 4
PH. K. .311-10.1 a. rEZ,.
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets.
GOVERNMENT AND DACIFIC R. R.BONDS,
GOLD SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought on the most favorable terms. Sells LET
TERS OF. CREDIT and DRAFTS available in any
part of F.nrope. ' •
DEPOSITS received subject to check, or ISTER
EST ALLOWED OR TIME DEPOSITS.
JAMS TB BIWYY ISC UO"
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
ssible points in the
3E3 AL IC: Ft. ,
GOVERNMENT • SECURITIES,
130iD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOSTrORABLE TERMS!
7-30's - OONYERT FAD
NEW 5-20 COUPON BOND.
310 MM LOANED ON GOVERNMENT
BONDS, and other approved collateral, at lowest
Orders executed for Die Paiehsse end
Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD.
ttt littsburgt. krtts
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, t
SATURDAY, July 11, 1868.
Gold was strong to-day at 140% to 141%;
closing at 140%i The demand for coin for
the purpose of Ishipment to Europe is in
creasing, and although the Sub-Treagury
is daily paying out considerable amounts
of•coin fore interest, the market is barely
supplied. Considerable purchases are;
made for hoarding, and the same class of
men that talkOd up gold last November are
trying to run up the premium now.
Government - bonds were less firm to-
day, with only a moderate investment de
mand, and no dispokitionis mimilested to
buy and hold for higher prices, especially
is this the case with the Five Twenties
the julY issue. Ten Forties remain firm
at 107:54; also, 1862 s and 18655, old issue.
Eighty-one bonds are much neglected; 'ac
cording to the Pendleton doctrine these
bonds are no better than 1865 Consols or
18645. The recommendation of .the Demo
cratic Convention of paying the` Govern
ment bonds in currency finds an interpre
tation which differs widely from the com
monly conceived idea of the masses,' that
is, manufacturing greenbacks to redeem
tbc bonds with; but, financiers, like Bel
-a ont and his. Wall street friends, wish to
improve the currency by the - economical
administration of the governments final/
cgs, by taxing sufficient to leave a surplus
to redeem bond 4 with, and thus raise the
Gdvernmeots credit,and advance the bonds
to :such; a greenback premium that they
would cernmand- about par in gold. Pay
mead*, - bonds then in currency would
practically be a resiatnption of specie pap,
The. present enormous imports
and necessary shipments of bullion to pay
for, shows a poor prospect of raising the
Governaients credit to such an extent that
they would command par in gold. With
the advance of .the premium bonds, gold
should' decline, and thus greenbacks would
gradually approach the , standard par of
Stocks are dull and inactive: Border.
State bonds are a little better, , but no ma
terial advance has been established. Ex
press shares are neglected.
Money is better, business remains very
• - •
Closing quotations as received by Ph. R.
Merti, were as follows: -
Gold, 141%;, 1881 bonds, 113%; 5-205, 1862,
113%; 1864 d0,'.1.10%; 1865 do. 111%; new,
1865 and 1867, 108%; Ten Forties, 1071,;
Seven Thirties, 108%. . •
New York Central, 1343 e: Erie, 70;,
Michigan Southern, 91%; Cleveland (SE
Pittsburgh, 86%; Northwestern, common
78%; Preferred, 81%; Chicago & Rock
land, 108%; Pittsburgh & Fort Wayne,.
108%; Ohio ,& MiSsissippi certificates, 29%;
Merchants Union Express, 24% Western
Union Telegraph, 34%; Corydon, 30; Quick
silver, 20%; Quartz Hill, 1,16.
--Closing quotations received by James T.
Brady & Co.: . •
Gold, 140%; U. S. 6's, 1881's, 113%; 5-20!s,
1862, 113%; 5-20's, 1864, 110%; 5-20's, 1865,
111%; 10-40's, 107%; 5-20's, January and
July, '65, 108%; 5-20's, January and July,
'67 108%; June 7,30'5, 108%; July 7-30's,
108%; May Comp., 1865,119.-30.
A. H. Brown,
BUY AND, BELL ALL KINDS OF
roe Interest Allowed on'Deposits.
JAMES T.' BRADYIE CO
FINANCE AND TRADE,
PIITSBURGR OETROLEIIM MARKET
OFFICE OF THE PITTSRUGH GAZETTE,
SATURDAY, July 11, 1868. 5
CRUDE—The Crude market was again
dull and weak to-day, but a single sale re
ported, 2,008 , bbls-500 each from, August
to December, seller's option, at 143ic.- Spot
oil was offered freely at 140 without finding
buyers, and future deliveries ware offered
at 3.435 c;
,the former shows a decline of
fully a cent, and, even at the reduction,
the demand seemed to be very munh re
stricted, and the market was devoid of that
life and animation which prevailed during
the week-up nritil Friday. It isnot a little
remarkable that while Antwerp has ad
vanced to a figure not before attained this
year our own, as well as the eastern mar
have been dull and weak for two
days past, and to-day there were no
in mind, nsofani
enparro, and b
atjec It uld
o mark et
kas ba .
is usually very sensitive at this particular
season of the y
rpodic movements every few days: outs day
it may seem to be the very picture of des,
pair, while within the next forty-eight
hours it is just as likely to be very much
excited, and Bto 50 per gallon higher. The
ma i n c ause for the present reaction lies in
the fact that the production, it is, believed,
is steadily increasing, the latest and most
reliable advises we have place ..the daily
yield between eleven and twelve thousand
barrels, which is an , increase of . about two
thousand, barrels within the last three
months. As an offset to tbis,howilver, it
is stated that the demand for consumption
is, and will be considerably larger this year
than last, new marketshavingbeenopened
up; it is also alleged that about ten thou
mind barrels per day are being exported to
REFINED—The demand for bondeck oil
was also very quiet to-day, though, cow %
pared with yesterday, prices eye wider=
gone no quotable change. Co pared uith
Wednesday and Thursday, hog} ever, there
has been a decline of from one t)) one and 'a
half cents; and, as we have already stated,
the market is quiet; even at the reduction.
Sale of 2,500 bbls, 500 each, Allgust to De-.
cember, at 34c; 1,000 first' hal August at
34c; 1,500 Ist to 15th August a , 3434 c, and'
• 500 15th to 30th, at 35c.. All th year, buy
er's option, is nominal at 35 t 35;40—the .
last sale-reported was at 36c. ut it wa s
made before the decline. Spot ii is quoted:
at 3334 to 34c. dl -
BENZOLE- Sale of 1,030 b s for half
half of August it 19%c. -
ARRIVALS—The arrivals o oil to , :day
41/ere as follows: - ,
Fisher t Bro 240 D. M. Ed erton.. 899
L. Roess & 8r0.... 240 Leech & 00d... 480
Jas. Wilkins 960 , , , ---,
W. McCutcheon. 50 Total il 2810
McCreery & 8..... 160 ' 1
Total receips for the week 12,10,9
Total receipts last week , 1 4 7,540
Total receipts since Jan. 1 - 599,693
SHIPMENTS FROM DEW:ANS DEPOT.
Hutchinson Oil Ref. Co., 2471bb1s refined
to Warden, Frew dr. Co., Phila elphia.
G. W. Holdship, 107 do d to Waring,
King & Co., Philadelphia.
Jas. Miller, 60 do do to W. P. Logan&Bro., Philadelphia. ~ T:
Brooks. Ballentine & Co. 55 do do
Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia. ' A
A. D. Miller, 55 do do to Wring, Ring
et Co., Philadelphia. I
Union Ref. de Bt. Co.; 50 'do 'do to - P:
Wright & Bor Philadelphia. ; 2'.
de' Co., 985Zd0 do i to Waring,
King & Co., Philadelphia - 1 ,
Hutchinson Oil Ref. Co., 116',bbis benzole
to Warden, FreW & Co., Philadelphia.
Warden dr.:Batchelder, 24 bbip benzole to
Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelpnia.. - „
H. M. Long & Co., 105 do betizoleto War
ing, King & Co., Philadelphia.), '
OIL. SHIPMENTS, A. V. R . 8.,
- Lobkhart, Frew • & Co., 550 . do do • to.
Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Livingston & Bro., 100 do de to Warden,
Frew & Co.,.Philadelphia. A
McKee .t Hackett, 200 dC•10 to W,(P.
Logan & Bro., Philadelphia. c•
Mcßelvy & • Bra:, 168 do-.do to W. - It
Logan & Bro.,..Philadelph"
Johnston & Paine, 50 do o OW. P. Lo
gan & Bro., Philadelphia. . 1 , 0
Fulton, ,Marvin &-Co., 00 ,d 4o do to 'V.
P. Logan Jr, Bro., Philadel big.
Fawcett, Logan .t Stock ale,- 250 do do to
W. P. Logan & Bro., Phila elphia.
Livingston de Bro., 100 d benzoic, to War.
den, Frew & Co., Philadel hiii.
• Nat. Ref, Co., 450 do ben le' to F. A. Dil
in good order, capacity ab
and fifty barrels each; als!
pacity three bandied b•
gap, corner Hancock and
OFFICE OF THE PITTSB •OH GAZETTE, i
'' 4 SAfrunuav, July n, 1868. i
The general markets have been dull, and .
quiet during the past week,land devoid of I
anything new or very important. Flour is I
firmer, but it will only be temporary; we I
look for a further decline n o twithstanding
it has advanced slightly in the West. Pro-
visions firmer more activel and a shade •
higher. Grain is quiet and Unchanged.
Groceries continue dull a nd neglected,
though as the fruit season ift near at hand,
there will be an active demand for sugars.
Butter, Eggs and produce generally dull
GRAlN—Wheat is quiet, and but little
offering, either old or new; quotations may
be given at $2,20 to $2,25, aslto quality. The .
supply of old crop in this section of coun
try is well nigh exhausted, and it is too
early yet for new. ,Corn is firmer.and Softie
holders are asking an a vane; we are
quoted sales of prime Yellow at $1,09, but e
this as yet is about three ttt uts above the
market. Rye is scarce andlin the absent()
of sales may be quoted at $1,75 to $l,BO.
Oats dull but unchanged lat - 77 to .7cB on
track, and 80c in store.
PROVISIONS Bacon iis firm and
higher. with an improved 'demand; we. now
quote at 13% to 133; for snotilders; 16 to my,
for Ribbed, and 18 for Oear Sides, and
20 to 20t for oanvassedll Sugar . Cured
Hams. Lard is higher, also, 18c for prime
LARD OIL—Is reportdd lower, rot
withstanding Lard has adkjanced; we now
quote at $l,lB for No. 2 and $1,8.5 for
HAY—Is steady, and th limited ar
rivals, firm but unchang ed; $l5 to $2O for
new, and $2O to 10 for old.
MILL FEED—Steady with sales of Bran
at $1,20 051,25, and ,Middlings atsl,Bs to
PQTATOES—Under_the :influence of in
creased arrivaNhave still further declined,
and we now quote at $5 t0,55;50 per bbl;
GREEN APPLES—Have commenced to
appear in market, but, they , are, as yet,
small and inferior, not having come ta ma
PIG LEAD—Is quoted ' a 10W..
LlME—Sales at $2 per bbl.
SEEDS—Flaxseed is scitrce and wanted
at $2,50 to $2,55. , I,
'SALT —ls dull and Il nominally un
changed; $1,75 to 1,80 to the trade, and $2,00
for small lots. , Il
CHEESE—Is steady, jwith regular sales
at - 13 to 14e for Western *serve and Ham
burg; 15 to 160 for Ohio :Factory; 18e for
Limburg, and 19 to; 20c fa- Sweitzer.
FLOUR—'Notwithstanding the hdvance
in the west, has not advanced very much
here, as yet, though theo is a firmer feel
ing. The demand dbes .jnot seem to have
improved, nor is it likely:that it will while
the market remains in its present condi
lion. We continue to quote at $9,50 to $lO
for fair to good- Springir,Wheat; 810,25 to
$10,75 for prime to choice do; 811 to $11.50
for Winter Wheat, and $l3 to $l4 for fahey
brands. Rye Flour, $8,75 to $9.
New York Dry Gobds Market.
[BY Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
NEW yon July 11. Dry Goods were
buoyant for fill staple cottons: but the de
mand was less active. leavy brown sheet
ing, of the best makes ere firm at 17a18c;
white Atlantio, A comn:tands 18340. The
Agawam F are firm at 14c; New Market A
140, Bleached mnslltof ;of the best makes
were steady, but meditun and light ad
vanced full 344) durifig r ithe week; Hill's
Seinper Idem now brut 18 3 40; Hope 1634 c;
Lonsdale 18 3 a 1 9c, Law nce B 15}4c; Ports
mouth 11ti0. Dark Prints in seasonable
styles are in better request and risen to
133ga1434c for best makes.
[By Telegraph to the Plttabe ah Gazette.]
NEW' ORLEANS, July 11.—Cotton easier;
middling, 32c; sales 201 bales; receipts, 6
bales. Flour firm; suninfine $7,50; choice,
810,50a13,50. Sugar;Cr fully fair, 13/a
1334 c. Corn firm at 95 1. Oats Steady . at
75c. Hay, 821a22. For excited; holders
asking 8.10. Bacon excit4d; shoulders, 133,4 c;
clear sides, 17340. Lard stiffer; tierce, 1834;
kettle, 1934820 c.
(By Telegraph to the Plttabargh Gazette.)
BALTIMORE ' July. 11.—:Flour remains
dull. Wheat firm; red at $2,40a2,55. Corn
dull; white at 11,12a1,16. Oats unchanged.
Mess pork active at $29 1 , Bacon active and
advancing Rib aides sit 16Xali3}4c. Clear
aides at 16 %c. Shoulders at 14a14y 0. Hants
at 21a22c. Lard actWo and advancing;
sales at 17%a18c.
Chicago Ca tt: Market.
Mr Telegraph to the Pitts'? rgh Gazette.l
Cittessio, July .1.1.--33eef Cattle are very
dull at. $5.25a6,05 fo t rl,fair butchers steers,
and $43,20a7,25 for madonna to good shipping
do. ogs are dull land 10a15o lower, M
48,12%a8,25 for commoh light; /8,4.0a8,60 for
fair to medium, and 70a8,85 for gogd
[.—,Two oil stills
ut bne hundred
~!tine tank, ea
rebl. W. P. Lo
3 x .4: ."44 4