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AND IRON CO.,
PNlroad Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car Ixles Rolled;
Railroad Car Axles Hammered
Locomotive Frame Shapes;
Piston Bode, Wrists;
Pitman Jaws, Coßags, dte.
Offioe, No. 177 ?ENN STREET,
ir_I_RAFF I BYERS 84, CO ! ,
Bar, Hoop and Sheet Iron,
Iran Welded Tubes for this, Steam,
• Water, &c.
OIL WELL TUBING-
Office, 98 Water and 132 First Street&
KENSINOTON IRON WORKS
LLOYD & BLACK,
Best Common, Refilled, Charcoal
JUNIATA ' BLOOM IRON
MERCHANT RAR, ROUND and SQUARE i ON.
HOOP, BAND, T and ANGLEXION.
BOILER PLATE and SHEET IRON. -
MOWER AND REAPER BARS.
CYLINDER and GUARD or FINGER IRON.
SMALL T RAlLSliiOnnd MI lbs. to the yard.
WROUGHT CHAIRS and SPIKES for same.
FLAT BAILS, Punched and Countersunk.
COAL SCREEN IRON.
. NAILS AND SPIKES.
Warehouse and office at 'the Wont!, GREEN
OUGH STREET, (a continuation of First street,)
sidiolning the City Gas Works, Pittsburgh.
EnattSlir"' PRESTON & 'CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
Warehouse, k05. , i66 and 167 FIRST 611110 ET
opposite Monongahela House,
65.14:d8 -•- • • •PITTSBURGH.
viarrsigu4ou STEEL ,WOBILS
tasTeuzzaazD tx 1545..]
ANDERSON & WOODS,
IEFUCCESSOBS TO 'ANDERSON, COOK £ CO.
Manufacturers of every description of
-BEST REFINED TOOL STEEL
Mill, Mulsr, C'lreular; Gaig and Cross Cut
... , .
liming, nut afil German Plow and Blister Steel.
. Sbovet. Hoe. FM*. Rake and Toe ralk Steel.
Railroad Spring Steel and Frog Points, Cast Steel
Finger Bars, blekle Steel, rrin,g Steel Tyre, Plow
Wings, - ete.,• Oil Drill Steel`
Unice and 'Works—Corner FIRST AND ROSS STS.,
TlttabutSti; PI ,28:ds
B ILEFFI i ELD STEEL WORKS.
SINGER;' NIMIOK & CO.
. , PITTSBITAGEI, PA.,
- Mame:tett:trers of every description of
CAST AND CERMAN STEEL,
RAT,LWAY SPRINGS, .
R.LL/PT/C lacl3 PLATFORM SPRINGS,
AXLES, STEEL TIRE, is., de.
Warehouse, SS Water and lOO Phut S
itiniamt; mina & PAR,HIN.
WM. IMIRTOALP . , I REUBEN MILLER,
ORO. W. BARR, • CRAB. PAREEIN.
HENCIAL PASTIME-B. M. MUM
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
Office, No. 339 Liberty,St,
ft,14:d48 PITTSBURGH, PA.
PMM, BROTHER & CO.,
Manufacturers of all deacriptlonaok
la rl.llW - 17 ". •
0 lice andNiarehouse, 120. 122, 124. BEIVN4
and 110 and 121 FULA 'STREETS, . •
k . N_
ADAMS, M'KEE & CO.,
Neyktone Standard. Patent Pintform
- SCALES. ---
Janus Fated Patent Door Locks and Latch
PA/NT AND 0 , AWE MILLS.
MALLEABLE IKON, &c
Corner of: Grant and First Streets;
:LINDSEY, STE'RRIT & ET TER,
Marallictozers and Importers of
AL It W .7E ,
37 LIBERTY STREET,
OORNEB OF Wp.TNE,
OAP tgaislre Below Union Depot,
.atir Pasts for FAULBA.NSI3 , fiCIALES:
„ , Z;;,.::-
W. P. Pawn.% Bnpn.
LUMBER YARD—Corner of BUTLER and LUM
BER STREETS. Ninth Ward.
OFFICE AT FORT PITT GLASS WORIIS,
Ingtop Street. - l Wash.
GAS AND STEAM FITTING
JOHN H. COOPEII, JOS.
JOHN M. COOPE
GAS AND ST
Kanufactureis of PIIMIPB •
every r 4,l6lo 3 Ap c t i l . o:i . dealers
Corner of Pike and
SAMUEL M. rrICEEESILAM,
124 First Sheet, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Agent for the sale of Cornwall, Dough's/nom, Jo
sephine, Isabella, Duneannon, Stanhope,' Glendon,
and other brands of. Anthracite, YoughloghenY
(Joke and Q. Charcoal _
Consignments anti orders respecqugy soileito4
- w '
MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS N. miLLEn. President.
co T tn h A s e e t LtM o t r atf:lfle a nT.:l l if the A r at es Lave i ll ° 4
prepared to furnish .
Engines, of every description.
• Boilers, OS Tanks.
Sheet Iron 'Work. •
no9inG9 ORDERS SOLICITED
AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner Carroll and Snriallman Streets,
• (NINTH WARD,)
W3l. SMITH, •
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE,
FOR GAS AIM WATER WORKS.
AI Ptl4re el i t invl 2ll l Y s, ltt7 ,atf eleths.Yl,l.Z if
General Castings for Gas:ind Water Works.
I would also of Gas Wo rks fel6:tlo,lt!etll9aintendentsgY_tcTAw
.... O. LIVINGSTON.W. BIIRT.W. A. ROBINSON, JR.
LIVINGSTON & CO.,
PINE LIGHT CASTINGS,
All descriptions, for Plumbers and Gas Fitters; Ag
ricultural 'lmplements, Cotton and Woolen Mill Ma
chinery, '&c. All Job Work promptly attended to.
Office and Works—WASHINGTON AvExtrx,
near Outer Depot: Allegheny City, ' Pa.
ROBINSON, BEA & CO.,
Successors to ROBINSON, MINIS it MIiaLZEN
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. MISEURGH,
Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Steam Rn..
glues,' Blast Engines, Mill Machinery, Gearing,
Shafting, Castings of all descriptions; Oil Tanks and
Stills, 'Boller and Sheet Iron •Work. •
Office, No. 12, corner leirstand Smithfield Streets.
Agents for lIBIFFARD'SZATRATT INJECTOR ftwr
feeding Boilers. jail:rat
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Butler Street, Ninth Ward,
(OppoOte Union Iron 14.111 a,)
Bolling !MU and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES
ILACEINERY AND CASTINGS GENERALLY
Orders promptly and carefully executed.
Charges reasonable. a,
WERT & MACKLIND.
PRICE & SEWS..:
Omce and Warehouse, 29 Wood Street.
Manufacture and keep conatautl on hand
Thimble, Skein and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON BOXES, DOG TEONS,
SUGAR KETTLES, /10/41.9W WARE
And Castings generally.
T HOMAS CARLIN & Co tt _
Fiarth Ward .Foundry - and.Nathino Works,
BANSIHSZY ST.; ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.,
iManufheturere of Steam Engirt OH Presses, Pal
Wagon Boxes , de. , _Baba to order and have on
nand E__lttnee of all slam tavl4:qs
Ctratii A VFOURri
. SSO P'enik Street.
BOLL EAN BOYD & BAGALEY
ChM 13;415, Mill Caitlaga. BON Lathe& &c. .
EBTABLIaIisD IN 1836. ; • ,
fanufactory of STEAM ENGINES, , of ill Adzes
and of the most approved patterns, for stationary
purposes ; STEAMBOATE _and - STEAM ..FBllitY
BOATS. A variety at 10 4 LS - and 16 horse ;rower
ENGINES, whizlo will be sold at very reduced ,
P. P. air.gssz. weurrins, cr..
Pifty miles below Pittsburgh, on the Ohlo river, and
line of C. & P. It.'
LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER!
Dealer in all Kinds of Liamber
ON HAND AND FOB SALE :
500.000 feet Dry Pine Boards;
.30,000 feet Dry Oak, 1 andi2 inch;
• 20,000 feet Dry Ash, 2, .tiN and 3 inch;
200,000 g et Heiniock•
1,000,000 No. t IS-inch Shingles, sawed;
100,000 No. 110• Inch Shingles, sawed;
100,000 No. 1113-Inch Shingles. s ; raye d;
2,000 Locust Posts, 7, 8 and 12 feet;
300 Cedar Posts.
Also. Fire Brick, Tile and Clay, In, large or small
quantities. _ •
YAItDB No. SO PREHLE STREET formerly
Manchester, and 157 REBECCA. STREET, oppo
site the Gas Works, A ilegh. ny Jy298.73
FORT PITT LIMBER COMPAIII V
Capital, - - - $125,000.
BacnETART—T. A. WRIGHT.
Edward Davison, Dutzo I
L Tort . F
John Mellon; E. D. Dlt
Oen. W. Dialsldge, 'M. L. Malone,
b. R. Johneton.
IND DRABS WORE
I In OAS FIXTURES
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : TA a RSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1868
BOILER, STILL AND TANK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-EI:GED Tuatrwia, FIRE
BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM BOILERS,
OIL STILLS .AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS; BP.E.ECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND. CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL SHIITES
Office and Warehouse eorner Second,
Third, Short and L iberty Streets.
Mr Orders sent to the abov
promptly attended to.
Wlti. BARNHILL &
AND SHEET IRON IN
NOB. 20,•22, 24 AND 26 PENN ST.
Having secured a large yard and ihrnished It with
the most approved machinery,iwe are prepared to
manufacture every descriptioW of BOILERS in the
best manner, and warranted equal to any made to
the country. Chimneys, Breeching, Fire Beds,
Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers, Condensers, Salt
Pans, Tanks, Oil Stills, Agitators, Settling Pans,
Boller Iron, Bridges, Sugar Pans, and sole manm
faclurers of Barnhill's Patent Boilers.
Repairing done on the shortest notice. ''
JAMES M. MITER,
Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street,
IRON OIL . . TANKS ,
'SETTLING PANS, cokuutp. STEAM PIPE,
BOLLING MILL STACES, —
And SHEET MN:Valor, .
SAIULD M. DRUM JIDMICriID D. BRUM.
JAILED M. BRUSH'S& SON,
Steam - Boilers, Oil Stills, tanks.
' 61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
A. STETTLEII SONS & CO.,
Steam Boilers, Oil - Stills, Tanks,
And SHEET IRON WORE., of all kinds.
Loetug Street, pith Wards Pittsburgh.
COOK • STOVES.
BISSELL at CO.'S
FOR BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
well as any other Store In the Union.
BISSELL !& CO;,
No. 235 - Liberty Street
Also on hand and for sale,
HEATING STOITEEI v
COOKING KANGES; an.
EST .PLACE is the city
TO BUY THE
TRIUMPH COOKING STOVE,
L st No. 146 OR eNT STREET.
WADING AND .11iLliG . ,
COMM III / 1 1011Brerebant0 suld Brokers In
Petroleum and Its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING;DUQUESNE NAY,
"SNARING, KING & CO.,
/IT Walnut Street.
AND DEALERS IN
Petroleum and its Products.
Pittsburgh OfiIoe—DALZELL* BUILDING, cos
hes of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets.
Philadelphia Oftlee-127 WALNUT ST.
JACOB PER, Jr. 84, CO.,
Oil Commission Jobbers,
No. 3 DUQUESNE WAY, will buy and sell Crude
and Refined Oils, Imbricating, Tar, -Benzine and
Cooperage. Our long experience in the Petroleum
trade enables us to Wier 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 us a call. Parties having Oils for sale
are cordially invited to bring their samples.
HM. LONG &•CO.,
PURE WHITE BURNING OIL,
Offlee, No. 2 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh.
118• PRACTICAL 11 . 52
..• FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LEMON & WEISE,,
..voirry - rzi szatp.WX%
Constantly on hand every variety of PARLOR and
[dote assortment of common Furnituro at reduced:
Those In want of anything In our line are cordially
Invited to call before purchasing.
Work guaranteed. lll2i:to4 LEMON di, WEIBIL
COPPER MILL . LID MELTING We
PARK, McCURDY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Sheathing, B ras i are . and Ban
topper, Premed Copper Bottoms, liaised Still Bot
toms, Speller Solder. also imp°,
In Metal, Tht Plate, Sheet' iron, wire. &c. Oen
attiyon tia,ud 'Planers' Mteltinelard ToolB.
Warehouse, No. 140 FIRST ST.lir,e,T and put
- Spoolal orders of Unkonr., cut to any desired to
.. ..... . I
If AIMPACTIZIALIIB OP
CET THE BEST.
P. C. DUIFFY.
FORT PITT BAN YG fOiPANY,
No. 169 Wood Street.
CAPITAL, : : : : : $200,000,
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE,
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSIT
Collections made C on all weal:lbl* points in the
United States an anada*.
D. Hostette r, Jno. C. Risher,
Janes Gordon, Robt. H. King, Wallnce,-. Andrew Miller,
E. Fawcett , 1 James M. Bailey.
• r SAM L. itieCLUREC&N, Prea't.
D. ET WILSON. Cashier,
No. 293 LIBERTY STREET,
CAPITAL, (anthorlzed,) : : : : $200,000
R. J. T.yneb,
John Murdoch, Jr.,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSENES,S.
Collections made on all mcessible points In the
Milted States and Canada.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
UNITED STATES SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD.
H. J. LYNCH, president.
OEO. T. VAI! DOREN. Easider.
SIPSTOCICHOLDERS lIPDIVIDTJALLY LIABLE.
PEOPLES SAYINGS BANK
CASII CAPITAL s , -
Vice Pr eeldent—WELlLlALK BiA.
Henry Lloyd,. !Hon. Thos. Mellon, E. P. Jones,
TI , . Wtghtman'Geo. W. Hallman, IWm. Rea,
R. H. Hartley, ( Edward Gregg,
Secretary & Treas'r—S, F. TON BONNIIORST.
STA PER CENT. INTEREST paid on time. de
posits. Deposits made on or before August 15th will
bear Interest Dom that date. Interest computed on
Ist November and Ist May. v31:16
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMIE
Cor. of Wood and Sixth Sta.
JOS. R. HILL ...
CAPITAL, r : : $500,000,
Win. H. Brown,
DISCOUNTS DAILY, AT 11 A. XL
HART, CAUGREY &
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
OMCCESSORS TO HANNA, HART I CO
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And particular attention paid to he purchue and
GOVERNMENT BONDS. .
-HOLMES at SONS,
57 Market Street,
Collections made on all the principal points of the
nited States and Canada,.
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Particular attention paid to the purchase and
United States Securities
WEBT savlllraB B.uvs,
No. 59 Fourth Street.
Interest paid on 'rime Deposits
ANY HUM RECEIVED FROM
. ONE,DOLLAR UPWARD.
DEPOSITS. SUBJECT TO CHECK, WITHOUT
Discounts Dolly at 12 o'clock.
- Vice President—A. N. MARSHALL.
THOMPSON BELL, 1 A. M. MARSHALL.
JOS. DILWORTH. JOS. !MEESE.
J. J. GILLESPIE.
Stockholuere, to whom we
Wm. Cald well,
D. W. C. Bidwell,
E. M. Felton.
ECILILNICS' SAVINGS BANK,
No:14 Snilthllola Street.
PITTBI3I I / 4 1/1i
' INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS. ANY SUIT
RECEIVED PROM ONE DOLLAR UPWARD. De
posita roceivedaubject to check, without Intermit.
JAMES BLACKHOItE, President.-
GEO. I). T I N D I Secretary and Treasurer.
JAMES IL HOPKINS, Solicitor. _
James Blackmore,l ~ James H. Hopkins,
Alex. Tlndle, James Sown ,
William Deane, W. W. Bradehaw.
A. 9. Cubhago, Robert Wray,
. 7n4in *voiel.. •
CART'E'NTER.S & BUILDERS.
I LLIAIIII J.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
'No. 3iil PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, opposite
~ f ligli street, Pittsburgh, Pa. Residence, No. 149
,Brant street. -
Jobbing done 'with beatioss and dlepatdb. Al
order prowlitigottendod to , and intt'ntion war.
rian. • .
.... . , . , etS7keinini7
Win. H. Handiton
Oto. T. Van Doren.
OFFICE. OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
WEDNESDAY. August 19, 1868.
The leadinr , stock operator attacked gold
,o-day rigorously, and one time brought
down the premium to 145; the supposition
was that the market would yield to-day to
144, on the large number of short sales
early yesterday, and last. night but the
bull party took all that was offered and the
masket reacted; towards the close the mar
ket again became weak, and closed at
145%. The commercial interests of the
- country favor the party, but the excite
ment in politics and the constantly setting
afloat rumors of war in Europe keeps the
gold room and a large number of outside
speculators disposed to buy, or at least,
hold gold, a rally is likely to take place at
the close of the week.
'Government bonds, although very - low,
and above average prices of last February,
have been bought in limited amounts by
Gearnan - houses, but for what purpose is
not known—the feeling is yet bearish.
The stock market seems to have touched
bottom in Erie and New York Central,
and the next few days may witness a sharp
rally in these stocks, but the balance of
the list is yet too high in anticipation of a
tight money market. The bear element
was not strong enough to break the entire '
market but the next attempt can hardly
fail to dO so. •
The report circulated in Wall street, that
thereVas an over issue of Cleveland and
Pittsburgh stock Is proved to be false, and
the long promised rise is likely to: take
place within the next few dm.
The New York Stock quotations to-day,
as received by Mr. Ph. R. .Mertz, were as
follows: Gold 145%; 188I's, 113%; 5-20's,
1862, 113; do 1864, 108 y. do 1865, 111; do
new, 107%; do 1867; 81907%; /0-40's, 108;
Cleveland & Pittsburgh 85%; Fort Wayne,
105; Western Union Telegraph', 33%;
Adams Express, 47X; Erie, 52%.
—The New York Tribune, of Tuesday, in
commenting on the recent advance in gold,
remarks: The speculation for an advance
in gold halts. The heavy shipments of
bonds and the large amount of produce now
going forward has reduced our - balance of
indebtedness on the other side to a nomi
nal amount. and the heavy amount of cer
eals yet•to be chipped will bring the bal
ance of tradeln our favor before the season
closes: The commercial value of gold is"
not. rated 'above , 125 by - careful business
men, and the present exorbitant premium
- is only maintained by the the distrust of
Democratic pbliey, Should it gain control of
the Government, and by the reiterated
statements of the disturbed condition of
the Southern States. This is being con
stantly magnified by operators, and is the
main stay of the bulls in , gold. That the
rebel feeling is greatly excited by the
hopes held oat by the Northern wing ofthe
Party is undoubted, but no sane man
doubts that, on the election of Grant, it
will immediately cease, and affairs return
to their normal condition. With our su
perabundant crops, and the good demand
that we shall have for them abroad, it will
be impassible to maintain gold at the pres
ent figures, and could short sales be
stopped it would sink quickly to its com
We also clip the following from the
same paper: Money opened with a firmer
feeling and a number of banks advanced to
4 per cent. on call; at this rate Government
dealers were accommodated. The rate on
miscellaneous securities continues at 4 to 5
per. cent. with more done at the highest
rate. Some of the 3 per cent. Certificates
are finding their way to the Sub-Treasury
for payment from parties who need the
currency, as they cannot be sold at better
than par and accrued interest. About
$11,000,000 of, the maturing compounds
have been converted into certificates. Tho
country banks now sending them in desire
their payment. As the certificates aro
payable on demand they supposed that the
Sub-Treasurer would also pay the com
pounds in the same manner.. This, how
ever, he declined to' do, saying that they
must be sent to Washington; so the banks
take the certificates, and then go to the
cashier anti demand the greenbacks, which
aro then paid. As it now stands, it only
causes a temporary delay; but it is a nice
specimen of the red-tape operations of the
Treasury. The Secretary of the Treasury
desires to get al the compounds converted
into certificates, l
but . the banks of this city
already have as many in hand as they can
safely carry, and' Aro not purchasers, 'and
estimate that some 820,00000 will come to
bo paid off during the autumn. The ship
ment of currency west continues active,
and the bunks to-day shipped lame
George W. Cass,
James MeCarullea ,
Rev, David Kerr,
A. fa. Brown,
--Closing quotations received by James T.
234;145%; U. S. 6%, 1881's, /13 1 ,4; 6.20' 8 ,
.1862, 11 5.20'5, 1864, 108%; 6, 20'5, 1865,
110;'„; 10:40's, 108; 5-20's, January , and
July, ;65, 107341 6-20's, January and July,
'67 107; '6B, 107 x; June 7 -30's, par less 5(
July 7-10. q. do y, August 118%; Sept. 1185.
Oct. 118; Union Pacific Railroad, 102; Cen
tral 103. • .
St. Louis Cattle Market.
mg Telegraph to the Pluat,urrh Oazetteo
Sr. Louis, August 19 .—Livo Stock un
changed, with a downward tendency.
ITloes range at 23(4530 gross for . Inferior to
ElI:1. R. 111:1FazurZ,
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets.
GOVERNMENT AND PACIFIC R. R. BONDS,
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPpNS
Bought on the most favorable terms. Sells LET
TERS OF CREDIT and DRAFTS a &liable in any
part of Europe.
DEPOSITS received subject to speck, or INTER
EST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
JAMES T .BRADY 86 1 O
(Soccessors to S; JONES & CO:,)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
.19 -EL .IEV ME. MI.SS',
BUT AND SELL ALL KINDS OF
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPOM,
OM MOST FAVORABLE TERMS
Or Interest Allowed onDeposits.
Xi'Money loaned on Government Bonds at low
est market rates.
Orders executed for the Purchase and
Sale of STOCKS, BONDS axed GOLD.
JAMES, T.. BRADY & CO
FINANCE AND TRADE;
OFFICE OF THE P/TTSBURGH GAZETTE,
WEDICESDA.T, August 19, 1868.
Business generally seems to be looking
up somewhat though there is still plenty
of room for improvement. We can report
a fair local demand for all of the leading
commodities, and for some articles, there
seems 'to be a speculative movement,
though as yet the speculative feeling in
this market is not very strong, -
GROCERIES—There has been more ea- .
tively manifested in the grocery Jrarket
this week, and prices for some articles are
higher. Syrups are up frilly five cents per
gallon, and Teas have advanced about ten
cents per pound with every appearance of
a still further advanCe. Coffees area shade
easier,, under the influence of the decline
in gold, though not quotably lower. Su
gars are dull In consequence of a partial
failure of small fruit - crops; and the de
mand is not near as large as expected.
Other Facies remainrpnchanged.
anus--Cuba, 1234 c for good grocery _
12 Su % to 13c for prime; and 14c for choice;
Porto Rico—good, 13e; prime, 1334; choice,
143,4 to 15c; Clarified Cuba, 14 to 14%,c. Re
fined—Standard Hard, 1734 c; A, 1634 c; B,
163(c; Extra C, 15%c; Sugar House, /034
CorPEE—Rio ranges all the way from
22 to 27c for common to strictly prime.
Java 37 to 38c.
Sraups—Lovering's $1,05; Silver Drips,
81,05; White Drips, $1,15; medium brands,
75 to 85c; coriimon, 50 to 60c; Booth & Ed- -
RlCE—Rangoon, good, 10c; prime to
choice, 11 to 1130; Carolina, 12 to 1234 c. '
Mor.AssES—New Orleans, 90 to $1; Cuba,
65 to 70c; Porto Rico, 70 to 85c.
Seiess—Cassia, 80 to 85c; Cloves 50c;
Pepper, 38c; Allspice, 35c; Nutmegs, $1,50.
Srancn--Madison, 8c; Silver Gloss, 1234 c,
and Corn Starch, 1334 c.
FRUITS—Layer Rasing,,7s per box;
Valentia, 20c per lb; Prunes, $4
14c for new.
BAR LEAD-12C; Shot, $3,50 per bag.
So4re—"Bablift's," 12c; .. oakely's,"
1134 c; Rosin,' 5 to 7c; "Dobbin's„" 15c.
CANDLEs—Mould i 16c; Star, 23c. -
Comisi.vraarsn LYE—$B,O9 per case.
CBI CARD SODA-48,50 per 100.
Fisn—White Fish, $9,00. Lake Herring,
$5,00; - Mackerel •No. 1; $22; No; 2, $18,00;
No. 3, $13,50; inhalf barrels, 50c more.
BUTTER—Continues to meet with a good
demand, and prime to choice Is selling at
33 to 35.
EGGS—Continue very dull, but nomi
nally unchanged at 16 to 18.
GREEN APPLESTif . good n •
dell and drooping; quotations ;may be fairly
given at $3 to $4 as to quality.: _
CIIEESE—Is steady but .unchanged at
14c to 15c fcir Western Reserve 'arid Ham
burg; 16c to 17c for Factory; and 19 to 20e for
HAY.L.New crop is beini sold from
country,wagons at 20$ to,- $2B per ton, as t
SEEDS—Flaxseed is ha demand - at $2,25,
and but little offering. Timothy •Seed is
quoted at $3 to $3,25, and Cloverseed at
1;7,50 to $B.
POTATOES—The demand is better, but
prices are unchanged, ranging from $3 to.
$3,50 per bbl.
MILL FEED—Is in steady demand but,.
unchanged. The mills still quote: Bran,
$1,10; Screenings, $1; Shipstutla, $1,30, and
GRAIN—The arrivals of Wheat continue
liberal,•but the mills still take all that
offers at $2,10 to $2,15 for Red, and $2,15 to
$2,20 for White, the outside figures only for
strictly prime. Sale of 6 car' loads, to go
out of this market, on private terms. Rye
is in light supply, and the receipts are in
significant; dealers are paying $1,30
$1,35. Ear Coin* is scarce and in demand; _
and prime may be quoted at 81,10 to sl.l2Shelled maybe quoted at $1,05 to $l,lO for
mixed to prime 'Yellow. New. Oats con
tinue to amvelreely, with a supply in ex
cess of-the demand, the market is dull and
drooping; we can report sales *on track and
in elevator at 60 to 62c, and in store at 64 to
65c. It is said that the new crop do not
weigh above 28 pounds to - the bushel,
falling, five pounds below the, standard
weight. Barley is Unsettled and Irregular;
75. . 1 Spring Mal be quoted at - $1,70 to
PROVISIONS -Bacon --firm, with a
good jobbing demand at 14c for Shoulders;
161 i to 163.'0 for Ribbed, and 18;4 to-1830-
for Clear Sides, and M to 22;4c for Sugar
Cured Hams. Prime kettle rendered Lard,.
Poi/1911c. "Dried Beef, 21 to 213ic.'Mess
$3O to $30,50. -• _ • •
SALT—Is quiet and - tinchang*at $175.
to $l,BO to the trade, and $2 in a retail way.
FLOUR—The Flour market is quiet and
devoid of any new characteristics worthy"
of special notice;
Wheat quoted at $10,50 to /10,75; Winter Wheat
at $10,75 to $/1,25; and 'Rye Flour at 59,25.
The mill prices remain unchanged.
PITTSBURGH PETIWLEU3I MARiZET..
I PPICE OP THE PITTSRUGH G.A.2::
WEDNESDAY, August 19, 1868.
CRUDE—The Crude 'market, :although
more active, continues unsettled and
panicky, and both buyers and sellers are
very chary in their operations. The
former seem inclined to operate on a basis
of lower prices in the' immediate future,
while the latter, although more disposed to
sell than they wero a few days since, thus
far, are unwilling to n!ake concessions in
order to effect sales. The sales were: 1,000
bids for immediate deli Very at 13 % o; 600 do
at 13,%e; 1,000 each for October and Novem
ber at 13;c; 1,000 for Deceinber at 13c, and ,
2;000 bbls. in two lots of 1,000 bbls each, at
at 8,15, delivered on cars at Venango city.
Later in the the day, there were offers to
sell at 85,10, and towards evening, it was
thought that .a plininp offer of 5 would
have been sufficient.
REFINED—The market for Refined is
also weak and panicky, and while the
.sales, in the aggregate, were considerably
larger than' for several days, prices are
without important change. Sale of 1,000
for September and October at 333,c; 500
each same months at 34c; 1,500 in lots, for
last half of August at 33c, and 2,000 do at
323.1 c. Later in the day it was thought
August could have been boughtet 3234 c,
showing a decline of half a cent during the.
day. It is said that there are but very few
good buyers at present prices, and this, _
more than anything else, tends to retard
business; our refiners are. becoming very
cautious in this respect, and instead of
selling to anybody, as has been the ease
heretofore, they inquire very closely into
the standing and antecedents of the buyer.
RECEIPTS OP CRUDE OIL.
A. R. Mills 260 D. M. Edgerton.., 160
Fairview Ref.... 200 Fleming i t Co . . .. . 880
Fishe r & 8r0.... 800 Lockhart& Frew. 400 '
OIL SHIPPED EA ST BY A. V. R. R.
J. C. Kirkpatrick &. Co., 110 bbls refined
to W. P. Logan & Bro., Philadelphia.
mecreery & Beaumont, 211 do do to W.
P. Logan &Bro., Philadelphia.
- 0. - B. Jones, 250 do ref. to C. B. Hal
brook, PhiladelPhia. t •
Philadelphia & Sumner. 801 do do,to P. Wright
&Sons : • -
J. C. Kirkpatrick, 112 do do to Waring,
Ki ng & Co., Philadelphia.
Nat.. Ref. & St. Co., 200 do do to P. A.
Dilworth & Co., Philadelphia.
OIL EnitßetENrs PROM DUQUESNE DEPOT.
Mentzer, Repler & Co., 168 do 'do to W.
P. Logan k Bro., Philadelphia.-
• Chicago , Catile Market.
tar Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
aao, August 1 9 . Beet Cattle more
ve and 1511.25 higher, at $ 5 ,25a6,25 for
fair to good steers. Flogs active and 15a250
higher, atsB,26alo . for light to extra.ehOice.