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Pre5 9 i:...... . W. P. Portia. SnyL
AND IRON CO.,
P - liroad Flab Ram and Bolts;
Railroad Car Axles Rollo%
' Railroad Car Axles Hammered;
Loromotire Friime Shapes; 1 •
Yokes, l Straps;
• Steamboat Shafts; ,
Steamboat Clanks; .
Piston Rods, j Wrists; ,
, 1 Pitman Jaws Collars, die.
°oe, No. 17+ . PENN STREET,
.. PITTSBURGH. P• ..
•‘ - '1 BAFF, BYERS &
Aar, )loop_ and Sheet Iron,
Jraa Welded Tubes for Gas, Steam,
OIL WELL TUBING.
Office, 98 Water and 182 First Streets.
KENSINGTON IRON WORKS
LLOYD & BUN,
Best COMMOII, Refined, Charcoal
~ .JUNIATA BLOOM IRON.
MERCHANT BAR, ROUND and SQUARE IRON.
HOOP BAND, Wand ANGLE IRON: -
BOILE PLATE and SHEET IRON.
MOWER AND REAPER BARS. _ _
CYLINDER and GUARD or FIN GER IRON.
T RAILS SO and 16 lbs. to the yard. .
WROUGHT CHAIM and SPIKES ibr same.
FLAT. RAILS, Punched and Countersunk.
COAL SCREEN IRON. • •
NAILS - AND SPIKES.
Warehouse and • glace at` the Worts. GREEN
COUGH STREET,' a continuation of First streeta
ad I°llllllg the City Gas Works. Pittsburgh. .
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Pennsylvinia Iron Works.
Warehoese, Non. 166 and 167 FIRST STREET
Opposite Monongahela House,
sp24:d6 - PITTSBURGH.
PITTSRIURGH STEEL WORKS.
. C tEsriptasrisr, us 1815.3
ANDERSON & WOODS,
CMCCSSORS TO ANDERSON', COOK ' et CO.
Manufacturers of every descrlptlonnt
BEST REFINED TOOL STEEL
Mill, Malay, Circular, Gang and Cross Cut
ti,A.W Pl 4 &pE6.
Spring, Cast and German: Plowand Blister Steel.
Sbovel, Hoe, Fork. stake and Toe Calk Keel.
Railroad SprlngSteel and Frog Points, Cast Steel
Finger Bars, hicklo Steel, inprlisg r Steel Tyre, Plow
Wings, etc.• 011 Drill Steer.
Jothee and Works—Corner FIRST AND ROSS STS.,
Pittsburgh, Pa jn4:d9 •
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.
SINGER, nmiar & CO.
Mannfictureris of every description of
CAST=AND CERMAN STEEL,
1714,=ic eSD PLATFORM SPRINGS. - -
STEEL TIRE, Lc, ko.
Warekonse, 83 Water and'loo Find 8
MILL 011, *MB &
7 7AL Te1t7 3 1 31
W. - BABB, I 011A13. PAYa Zi ti. 7 ",
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
31311LE.U, luaus ,ac
°Mee, N 0.339 Liberty St,
ITZTI3I3 - URGH, PA.
FARK - 1 . BROTHER & CO
NantMuthirent of all descriptions of
151 1 TaIEW;L A .
0 !lee and Warehouse,' Us_ ,1) . 1.2 4 BEOOND
and 119 and L9IFIRST BTRERTI3,
' • PITTSBURGH.
NOVELTY WO r .
ADAMS, MUM &
lieystene AtauWard: Patent. PlaMins
.1§ E S."
Janus Priced Patent. Door Locks ant Latches.
ratter rano coYFE KILLS.
MALLEABLE tam, iLe.
Corner of Grani and First Street!,
Nzur iwu)wmul Irousic. ,
LINDSAY, STUNT & Mfß,,
liandpicturen and Im p orters de
IHCA . :;.7W'?,.‘
, • . . .
:::..:(')O.Btr/Cll , OP • WATIM ' •
One Ilipiare , ,Milinor peps*,
.rerrissltitt* - 7 , •
r,nie 'if t. 7.3
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- 2 7 ; " Z. -- ~.1;:tr
3-xf I I
MORTON STREET, Nirditi Ward,
P 4l . 4l • 4l l= , :islie o :l
T HORIUM N. MILLER. President.
These Works are among the largest and most
complete establishments In the West, and are not►
prepared to tarnish
Engines, of every description.
Boilers, 011 Tans.
Sheet Iron Work.
Bolling Bill Castings.
n09m69 ORDERS SOLICITED
AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner Carroll and amain's= Ntreele,
PIT'X'SI3II7 - 11411, PA.
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE,
POE GAS AND WATER WORKS.
.21 , T, P lala r r e e:I l leenasgL h z.var i abIll'arsiAgnfrif
General Castings br Gas and Water Works.
o iazutk r t e tt l ltp It: k V:n o lo l AS;3 l mr . lntendents
L. 0. LIVIROELTON.W. H. BITRT.W. A. ROBINSON, JB
LrnNGSTON & CO.,
FINE. LIGHT CASTINGS,
-ri l o i ntnitran f fgtt lu a b t e oTi u nl ( FPo s on t rlrf r ili tfi g i :
Ch i r l i Mbiark prouiptly attended to. - -
Office- and ,Works—WASETINGTON AVENUE,
near Oster Depot, Allegbeni city, Pa. •
ROBINSON, BEA & CO.,
Successors tO BOBIITBON, MOOS & MILLYOIB,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH,
Marinfictupers of Bost and Stationary Stem En-
BLaßlng ßl Ca t eLl E n n ge l otall
r o l l Gearing,
Stills, moiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. 12, corner First and Smlthileldßtreets.
Agents for GIPPARD , B PATENT INJECTOR for
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Butler Streit, Ninth Ward,
(Opposite Union Iron M 1115,)
Bolling Min and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS GENERALLY
- - - -
Ord rs promptly and carefully executed.
_ ' ges reasonable.
EBBERT & .NA.CELIND.
oc :123 .
BERLIN • FOUNDRY.
PRICE & SIMS.
°Mee and Warehouse, 29 Wood Street.
Mannfactare and keep constantly on band
Thimble, Skein and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON BOXES, DOG IRONS,
SUGAR. NETTLES, HOLLOW WARE,
And Castings generally. a .33:
THOMAS CARLIN Sr. CO.,
Fourth Ward Foundry and Machine Worki
SANDUSKY BT., ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.,
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, 011 Presses, Pul
leys, Shafting Grist and Saw Mill Work Bolling
Mlll and Machine - Castings, Grate Bars, Weights,
Wagon Boxes, lee. Build to order and have - on
hand Engines at all sizes. invl,l:qs
AND ROLL WORKS
. iilSO Pezin'Eftreet,
BOLLMAN, BOYD' BAGALEY
Chill Rolle,3ilff Ciitth e , Roll LOilies. Le.
..puLToN MACHINE WORKS.
-• BwrAntigatiro nr 1836.
ufactory of STEAM ENGINES, of all sizes
, and of the most Approved patterns, for statlonaz7
purposes; STRAhmOATS and STEAM PERRY
BOATS. A variety a f 10, 18 and 113 horse power
ENGIN - RA which will be sold at very reduced
- • , P. F. GEISSE. Wellsville, 0.
Fifty miles below Pittsburgh, on the Ohio river, and
line of C. AP. R. _ no9:h2
LUMBER! LUMBER S. LUMBER!
Dealer is all Kinds'of Lumber.
ON HAND AND FOR SALE :
400,000 feet Dry Pine Boards
-30,000 feet Dry Oak, 1 and 2 inch;
- 20,000 feet Dry Ash, A, SIR and 3 Inch;
200,000 feet Hemlock
-. 1,000,000 No. I 1 8-incliShingles., sawed;
100,000 No. 1 JO•inch Shingles, sawed:
100,000 No. 1 10-inch Shingles, laved;
2,000 Locust Posts, 7, 8 and 12 feet;
-• • 001Cledar Pasts. • 1 . •
Also, Fire Brick, Tile and Clay,' In large or small
_YARDS -No. 80 FEEBLE STREET formerly
Manchester and 187 REBECCA STREET, or- -,
slim the thss:Works,L.Alfeight fly City.. • 11
ORT PITT LUMBER COMPANY
Capi -•- - 4125,i)*
Pntninnisti r DiArADD
• Br.CLIZTAIIY.a. A. WRIGHT, •
Edward Davison, , I
&t n . narldlet. luldge'oas
Lze u rzif sYTSEDValtltilifgPitim Air
OFFICE AT , TORT PITT GLABEI WORKS; W
futon Street. wogs
7_t:rS C pijklyAtivipliiploWjei
.roax LL. trALL'i•' taxi* ma.
JOHN M. COOPER & CO.,
GAS AND STEM FITTERS ,
ifannikaturers et Vain JLND BRASS WORK:,
eipm. Ativia . os: il ea k lr i r d i s. ln GAN PULTDas%
Caner of Pike Ind Vaunt Streets,
: 1.1. < „ '
24 First. Street, pittaiiiigiOrtii:
.• 11 ,•'.7 ,
Ajtela lbr Sae sale of Corn -AP
neplune, Duneannon.• oe. lendon.
toVeid er ertaloi l tir i . glienr
•.• ' "
ipie .E.RoNer, .
,aria .eilad.tilq .1i
PITTSBURGH -GAZETTE : TUESDAY, - AUGUST 11, 1868.
BOILER, STILL AND: TANK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, DOLE-FLUED TUBULAR, FIRE
BOX AND C INDER STEAM BOILERS.
GIL STILLS AN OIL TANS,
CHBANEYS, BR CHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
. PRISON DOORS AND COAL MUTES
011ie° and Warehouse corner Second,
Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
AI. ,BARNIIILL & CO.,
BOILER - MAKERS
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. 20, 2g, 2 AND 26 PENN ST.
Having secured a large yard and furnished it with
the most approved machinery, we ar_prepared to
manufacture every deseription of BOILERS in the
best manner, and warranted equal to any made In
the country. Chimneys,Breechlag, •Fire Beds
Steam Pipes, Locomotiv,e Boilers, Condensers, Salt
Pans Tanks Oil Stills,' Agitators. - Settling Pans,
Iron, Bridges, Sugar Pans, and sole mann
faciurero of Barnhill's Patent Boilers.
Repairlgg done on the shortest notice. ' lab:c2l ,
• Orders sent to the above address will be
ntly attended to. mh7:
JAMES M. RIMER,
Nos.. 55 and 56 Water Street,
IRON OIL .TANKS S
SETTLING PANS, COPPER STIVAL PIPE,
ROLLING MIL T - STACKS, •
And SEIEET,TRON WORK,
EARED M. BRUSH ....... ... D. BRUM
JARED aI. BRUSH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
SHEET IRON WORE, &C.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
A. STETTLER SONS,& CO,
Steam Boilers, Oii Stills, Tanks,
And SHEET. IRON WORK, of all kinds.
Locust Streef, Fifth Ward, Pittsburgh.
jya. - •
STOVES, . CASTINGS, &c.
BISSELL t CO.'S
FOB BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Roast as
well as any other Store in the Union.
BISSELL & CO,
No. 235 Libelity• Street
Also on hand and Ibr sale,
HEATING STO •
. - COO
CHEAPEST PLACE in the . city
TO BUY VIOL
TRIUMPH COOKINC STOVE,
Is at No. 146 BILLET STREET.
Commission Meeehants and Brokers in,
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZEWS BLULDINEIi DUQUESNE WAY,
T ACK. BROTHERS,
COMMISSION . MERCHANTS,
AND DRALP.BS IN •
Petroleum and ita Products.
Pittsburgh UiIIee—DALZELL , BUILDING, cor
ner of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets...,
Philadelphia Oftlee—l27 WALNUT ST.
JACOB WEAVER, Jr. & CO.,
Oil Commission Jobbers,
No. 3 inRiIIRSNR WAY, will buy and sell Crude
and Refined 01Is, Lubricating, Tar, 'Benzine and
Cooperage. . Our long experience In the Petroleum
- trade enables us to oiler unusual- facilities and hi-
Auceshents to operators. As heretofore, we are de.
ieertalned to,make It the Interest of buyers antleel
left tve us a call. Parties having Oils for sale
',Arep flid ally invited to brim their eamples.
itnirst & co., • •
. MANUFACTURERS OF
PURE WRITE BURNING OIL,
Brifts4- 6, ./4 ucizrEw ,
woe, No. 2 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh.
FURNITuaE - MANUFACTURERS,
.•, • •
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
• i LEMON St - WEISE,
NO. Us FOURTH STRIAMT."
constipw, on band mai Marie of PARLOR and
°R-Alaßra FURNITURE, to_gether with a cora!
1 1 =m:wit:tent of common Mnitnic redtma
wa u.!.Srlinnltinin our Um are Cordially'
Incite% call ocioro prwebasing
..,1011/1 . , I ' :
1, 4 , , PPEQN •di WilaYS• -
. tAisiesinnution ~ . - •- . .
• -. oorkEß Ida; Aii) mime worse,
- ,i, ) PARR; moctauxii- & co., • ,
agsaufhictuniiii. attgazo -.4oii i f e j l et -sad :Rltle:
-hopper , anjandilikami
toms, tier Haider. Also. Impoe small -
in me th, Ttn plate,
stmall d fittest
a lme :4 i
6 * 71
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1 ' b eC i k - " ' 'I. - air
41. '. .rtt0l i ell - kin_
CET THE BEST.
LNG BANOEB. ac.
P. O. DOTTY
WAKING, KING & CO.,
127 Walnut Street.
FORT Ml' BARING COIPANY
No. 169 WOod Street.
CAPITAL, • • • • • $200,000
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TINE DEPOSIT
Oollectiona made on all accesalblo Points in the
United States and Canadas.
D. Hostetter, Jno. C. Risher,
James Gordon, Robt. H. King,
D. Wallace, Andrew Miller,
Z. Fawcett, James M. Batley,
No. 293 LIBERTY. STREET,
CAPITAL, (authorized,) , : : : $200,000.
H. J. Lynch, Wm. H. Hamilton,
John Murdoch, Jr., I Henry licicketoce,
William Espy, Geo. T. Van Doran.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
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. VAR DOREN. Cashier
a;:willii:i: 0 ) 0 10:4 0 :1,41)0.`4111111M%,,Mg
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK,
CASH CAPITAL ' 4100,000.
Vie. Prestdent—WlLLlAM rms.
Henryry Lloyd , Hon. Thos. 11 1 U .. Jones,
H. H. Hartley, 'Edward Gregg, ( Wm
Seeretpy k . Treas'r—S. F. VON BONNBORST.
SIX PERCENT. INTEREST paid on time de
gtrtarDerePsr Atol'lnittota before
ir A es u t austlsth wilt
let November and let May. com puted; l : 17: n
NATIONAL- BANK OF COMMERCE
Cor. of Wood and Sixth Sts.
JOB. U. HILL Cashier
George W. Cass,
Wm. H. Brown,
W. S. Haven,
HART, CAUGHEY & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and .Wood StreetB,
(3HOOFIBORB TO HANNA, HART it C 0.,)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And 'particular attention to he purchase and
Sight Drafts on London.
57 Market Street,
Collections made on all th - e principal points of the
United lltates and Caned's. -
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT AND BOLD ON COKIMIION.
Particular attention paid to the purcluise and
United States Securities.
WESTERN SAVINGS BANK,
No. 59 Fourth Street.
Interest paid onTliae Deposita
ANY BUM RECEIVED FROM
. , _
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD.
DEPOSITS BUBJBUT' TO CHECK. WITHOUT
pisootintspally al DI &dock.
Wee President-6.4;8L NA MIRA ur, _
THOMPSON BRLL, A. M. MARSHALL,
JOB. DILWORTH. I JOS. ALBRIIR.
J. .1. GILLESPIE.
Stockholders to woOM we
Wm. Porrythe. • ,
D. 3y. 0. Bidwell, • '
Z. X. Fulton.
TWIN criv SLAirr. co.,
r i ouTutrilieture a superior article of
• ILOOVINGI--SLATE .
48 Seiaith St" rittsburet, Pa.
Y. S. NEWMETER,
• 3to): qtiY.ViS aCTiliai 101
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. • . 'Mate Of P & L
W. ao. itigu ir c.> ::: -':
',.:4-04941,0. ira 1722XALVI L IB uz 'Roods No,. X, 'digaliitOilawlativir
i IXUB Aunt hed. "Z Particalar athantionqattteZlif
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Since the advent of the Cattle plague
into the East Liberty Yards, there has been
considerable of a panic in the stock busi
ness, and for a time the conseqnences
it were feared. Under the influence of the
prompt measures, that were taken by the
proper authorities, and the efficient man
ner in wbidh these measures have been
put into execution, the crisis seems tohave
been passed, and little or no danger is now
apprehended. If this disease is contage
ous, (and opinions are very conflicting on
this point) and had have got a chance to
spread over the country, carrying death
wherever it went, the consequences that
would have resulted there from, would
have been very serious, not only to the
farmer and those engaged in the stock
business, but to the country at large. We
have great reason, therefore, to be thankful
that the indications now are that the die
ease has spent itself, and that there has not
been a single case outside of those among
which it first made its appearance.
As was- to be-expected there was a light
supply of cattle on sale in the . Allegheny
market to-day, though the supplyneverthe
less was-fully np to the demand, and the
market, was a dull one, and, with the ex
ception, of really prime fat cattle, prices
compared with last week ruled lower. The
great majority of the cattle on sale were
from Pennsylvania and Ohio, one or two
loads only from Chicago, and it is but prop
er to remark that at no time this season
was there sounder or more healthy looking,
than those on sale to day. This. week the
butchers did not buy more than half the
number they usually, buy, but this was
owing to the fact - that they do not fo; a
week or two expect to sell more than half
the usual amount of meat; and right here
we may remark that no market in this or
any other country, is supplied with better
stock than this Allegheny market; and our
butchers and drovers, with some exceptions
of course, are about as highminded and
honorable class of men as are to be found
anywhere. Since the excitement in regard
to the diseased cattte, no - men have done
more towards establishing measures to
prevent its spreafling, and both drovers
and butchers will for some time be very
cautions in regard to, the kind of stock that
will be brought in to this market. We do
not mean to say that there are not butchers
whO, would not, if the opportunity offered,
expose unsound meat for sale, but these
will be watched, and besides our people
should give these fellows a wide berth.
As will be seen by referende to the report
of sales, prime to extra retailing cattle
sold at from 7,50 to 7,75, and good butchers
cattle at 6,50 to 7.. There is bdt very little
inquiry for stock cattle, nbr fait likely that
there will be for some time to'come.
Greenwald it Kahn, report having retail.
ed 45 head prime to extra Ohio, and Penna."
Cattle at 7 to 7,85.
Stately 4t, Bro sold 87 head -el Butler
and Lawrence Co. stook. ;t'4 to 0.
A. N; Wick & Co. 41 head commonlakk
Butler Co. steers, at 4t05, - - •
5 to Kraus & Haas, Wheat] of Ohio cattle at
T, AT 11 A. al.
A. Hats.. 21 head Tagoarawast Co. Ohio
stock, mostly very common, at 3,50 tab. ,
rL. Rothobilds, 27 . ' head 'Lavirence Co.
3.1. , Verner, 12 head Washington , - County
stock at 5c to 6.50; 21 head from Belmont
Co. Obio, for E. H. Davis, at - 4 to 5,40..-
'Peter, Haktrean,'Bs head Green Co. Penna.'
cattle at 5 to 70.
Eev David Kerr,
A. hi. Brown,
.las McAllister. sold 22 head small steers
and heifers, from Portage Co. °hid, at bto
0,60;14 from Trumbull Co. Ohio,. for Milli
gap, at 80 to 6,40. . '
L & J Shtunberg, mid 22 head Ohio stock
at Bto 70. • - • _ • \ •
Traurman - Lohman, report 60 bead
Washington Co. Cattle at 5 7.
Hazlewood & - Blackstock .sold 21 head
from Belmont county, Ohio; inc Shoemaker
& Co.: at 4%.t0 , I -
Holmes, I.iffetti tt GUS* report 40, head
mixed:stook 8% t ,
-El. - Marks & Bro., 61 head` good Ohio and
Pennsylvania stock at 6 to 7. • ,
James Hardin sold 28 head ofWashing.:
ton countrateers, cows and heifers at 14,50
to KUM. • :1 •
•1.. Keifer, /8 head Wasuington -county
stock at 4% to 6.;
Myers Needy hOld'46 header ditto and
'Pennsylvania stook at 4% to 7%-. 'Tr;
Co. 17: had, counnisainn cows:
and heifers at 14,80 115„ , , • • -
I illedgettt Taylor Bo3/18\bead.foierilton,
Agniunon,lit 4g to b.„„
Nicbolas Carr sold. 1 hestiOr c!thiunisition
081410: !kb &VP "4 - -
3).rikkir9P 9 .WelhattlZonrssle--Ilds;
Mel* -sem.hukited 'boa •
PH. R .1-VtigiarrZ;
Corner of Wood and ,Fifth Streets.
GOVERNMENT AND PACIFIC B. B. BONDS
GOLDi SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought on the most favorable terms.' Sella LET
TERS OF CREDIT and DRAFTS a tillable In any
part of Europe.
EST ALLOWED OT
subject to check, or INTER
JAMES Ti BRADY 86 00.,
(Sugceisors to S. JONES 5: C 0..)
Cotner..nnulh and NVoOd Ste.,
B D7' IM.. .1M Tl. ES',
BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS OF
GOLD, 'SHAM AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVORABLE. TERMS
itllr Interest Allowed on Deposits.
si- Money loaned on Government - Bonds at low l
eat market rates.
Orders eueented for the Purchase an
Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD.
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.
Clje Rittsliurgij GkEtte.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GA.ZETTE,
MONDAY. August 10, 180.
—Closing quotations as received by Ph.R.
Mertz. were as follows:
Gold, 146%; 1881 bonds, 115%; 5-205,1862,
114%; 1864 do, 111; .1865 do, 112%; new
1865 and 1867, 108%; Ten Forties, 109%.
Fort Wayne Railroad, 108%; ClevelandJt
Pittsburgh, 82; Western Union Tele
graph, 34%; Adams Express, 52%; North
western, common, 82,40 preferred, 81%.
—Closing quotations received by James T.
Brady it Co.:
Gold, 147%; U. S. 6's, 1881's, 115%; 5-20's,
1862, 11434; 6-20's, 1864, 110%; 5-20's, 1865.
112%; ' 10-40's, 109%; 5-20's, January and
July, '65, 108%; 5-20's, January and July,
'67 108%; '6B, 108%; June 740's, par less y,
July 7-30's, do ' 4 August 118%; Sept. 118%
Oct. 118; Union Pacific Railroad, 102; Cen
ALLEGHENY CATTLE MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
MONDAY, August 10, 1868.
in the aggregate ageing very nearly one
thousand head last week, and the market;
taking all in all. was if anything better
than was generally expected. ,
BILEEP AND. LAKES.
The impression seemato have
that the butchers. had! well nigh stopped
buying cattle, and asa natural consequence,
it was natural to inter that there would be
a largely • increased deMand for mutton.
Now all the sheep menlappear to have got
this in their headS aboht the same time,
and as a result, nearly ;every place about
the yards were filled with sheep and
lambs; it is thought there must have been
over three thousand on 1 sale, some placed
the number as high as thirty-five hun
dred, and as a conse,qoence the market
particularly for common, and _ inferior
grades, - was about as hard as it has been
auy time this season. =Some few strictly
prime sheep sold at aro advance early in
the day, bat taking the market in a general._
way, prices were not up to those of last
week. We quote at sto 5,50 cts per pound
for prime to extra, and from that down to .
almost nothing for coMmon, and inferior.
We quote the following sales:
Flenner & Sheitetuazitle, 320 head sheep •
and lambs at 51,00 to 52,25.
Rynn had 175 ,head Of sheep which he
thought would average 52,75 per head. -
Emmen, Fowler & Walters. 400 head;
sold sheep at 51 to 53 and lambs at $1 to 52,25.
Adam Eckert, 138 lambs at 51,50 to 53,50.
Bannon sold 189 head sheep and lambs
for Allen; at an average 0f42,50 for the
former and $2 for the latter. .
Stokely & Bro. sold 146 head sheep at 51,50 •
to $3 per head. Ti •
Tidball had 100 head lambs for which he
wanted 52,50 per head.
Elliot sold 28 sheeep 451.75;
Beeler wholesaled 70 head at $2 to 52,50
for sheep and $l,OO to 1,75 for lambs.
Chambers reports 98head Lalittxence Conn
ty sheep at $2 to 53,50 and lambs at 51,30. •
Clark sold at $2 to $4 far sheep and
Seymour reports 170 head sheep at an
average of $2,75 per head;
A M Wick 100 sheep atsl to t5O.
M Millar & Her wholesaled 50 head of
prime sheep at $1,96. i
F Neely 85 lambs at 75 to 53,50 and
sheep at 52,25 to 3,25 per head.
- Charles Metz sold 110 lambs for. Hopkins ,
at $1,25 to 52,25.
M Verner sold 35 head Prime fat sheep at
Emerick & Co sold 50 head of prime to ex
tra at 534 to 6 eta and 50 common at 12,75
to $3 per head.
Tranerman &Lohman Sold 50 head prime
to extra at 5 to 514'.
The demand is improying somewhat as
the weather becomes cooler, though it, is
still -very light. We quote inra retail way
at 4 3% to 10% as to quality and condition.
Emerick dc Co. bought 14 head at 9% and
18 at BX.
PITTSBURGH PETROI:BIUM MARKET.
OFFICE OF TSB PITTBuEcsg GazErrsz,
MONDAY Augrist 10, 1868.
CRUDE-The, Crude niarket continues
quiet and without quotable chance; we
report a sale of 1,000 each from September
to December; sellers optiqn, at 14; 500 bbls
on cars at yertango City at; $5,50; and 500 at
Oil City at $5,40. We corild hear of no
sales of spot oil and the nominal price is 14
cis with 13% to 13% bid; all the year, sell
er's option, may be quotdd at 1234, in the ,
absence of sales.
REFINED—The market .,
for Refined oils
also, quiet and unchanged; Sale of 500 bbls
for August at 3414; September is nominal at
8434; and "lines" may be . quoted at the
same figure. The market seems to have
lost the life and bouvancY Which prevailed
some weeks since; how long it will contin
ne in its present condition it is difficult to
OIL SHIPPED EA ST /IVA. V. R. R.
Lockhart Frew dr . Co., 319 refined, to
Warden Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Livingston & Bro., 300 do ref. to War
den, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Wormser, Myers dt Co, 215 ref. to War
den, Frew dr, Co., Philadelphia. •
B. W. Morgan & Co. , 200 do do to War
den, Frew & Co.. Philadelphia.
B. W. Burke, 200 bbls ref. to Warden,
Fr9w & Co., Philadelphia.
Livingston & Bros., 100 benzole to War
den,Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Braum Wryner, 350 ref. to Waring,
King dt Co., Philadelphia.
Nat... Ref. Ref. Co., 250 do .dO to F. A. Dil
worth dr Co.,
0. B. Jones, 200 do ref. to F. A. Dil
worth di Co., Philadelphia.
MdKee Hackett & Co., 350 ref.. to W. P.
Logan it Bro., Philadelphia,
Clark &, Sumner ( 110 do do to P. Wright'
it Sons, Philadelphia..!• -
Clark &, Sumner, 1,040, bbl coal oil to P.
Wright it Sons. Philadelphia.
G. Berry & Sumner, 460 do do to Wright
.t Son. Philadelphia. .
Wormser, Myers it Co., -54 do do to. P.
Wright i 4 Son, Philadelphia.
Livingston & Bro's., 480 do do to Wright
it Son. Philadelphia. •
Fisher do Bro's., 160 do do P. Wright dr.
J. Wilkins, 240 do do to P. Wright &
A.-B. Mills 50 do do to P.Wright it Son;
OIL SHIPMENTS PROM DirCitMENE DEPOT.
Hutchinson Oil Ref. Co., 112 bbls refined,
to Warden, Frew &Oa., Philadelphia. •
McKenna it Rogers. 25 do. do. to A. X..
Phipps, Philadelphia. -
Umon Refining and Storing Co., 157 Ws
benzole, to Logan, Philadelphia. '
H. W. C. Tweddle, 10 bbla lubricatgjg,
to C. Tiersmyer, Philadelphia.
Kirkpatrick & Lyon, 154 bbls ref. to W.
P. Logan & Co., Philadelphia.
Warden & Batchelder, 60 do. do. to.war
den, Frew it Co, Philadelphia.
Brooks, Bro. dr Co., 94 bbls ref. to War
den, Frew dr Co., Philadelphia.
Union Ref. & S. Co., 159 bbls ref. to W.
P. Logan, Philadelphia.
A. D. Miller. 5 bbla. refined, to Waring.
King it Co., Philadelphia. ' 1
G. W. HoldshipA Co., 36 do., to Waring,
King & Ce,'Philadelphia. ... •
' Wide Hampton, 20 bbls • Crude to Stir
-mer,-Philadelphia. ' •
• Lafferty &Waring, 331 bids ref. to Wit'.
'rirtg, King & Co., Philadelphia.
New York Dry -Geogr. ssarzet.
ItiTeleitreph to the Pittsburgh quettel
Naw Yens , August 10.--;.WoolengoOds
improved in request, . but Only Very fine
Analities in approved styles command good
prices.. Most woolen' goods 'are generally ",
selling' at. relativrfiy low rates, notwith. !
standing the great premiuth on gold: - One
house alone sold ;100,000 worth of woolen
goods from early morning MI two dela* .
this afternoon, but at.low rates: In cotton
fahrics - tho trade is not as animated yet as •
is the WOolen still there Is a fair business.,;,
doing and prices are generally firm. The
GloucestOr 'prints' advanced to-day to 14o,"
which is the only change of Moment nidice
able. 'Bartlett Mann Mills bleached mus
lftus are selling, at 16%; Forrestdale,,,lB;'
Loriesdale, 183p . Manville "180, 1 ? 28, .
all reuses* to the Pluehergh Geeete.l
Pa ILADELPHLki Aug.' /O. Petroleum •
unchanged. Flour In light demand for new
wheat extra farrilyo l 46oal3;for Ohio:49a
11,50 for.aprin,g ! Wheat lead', active:. new
red', $2,40450: einbei 52.55.. • Rye,..11,40.
Cern advanced; mixed weatera 11,28a1,213.,
o ats s tee,dy,. 92.3.` ' Mess pork steady
'at; 123,75a30. wd. 19340.- -. . ' • •
St. Louts Cott!! MaKket.
rityTeleiraph to the Ptttaburot oarette.l
ST. Lbtrii; " Motif s 10.-1-Only cammati d
andmedium caftlkare rat:lol4st
know. for hifertor,A6'. extra otroic4V
8146 941Z:titalittle2585,60per had:,
d'P attie tget- g
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