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5. 'V mum, Pres , t. ... .....W. P. PORTIE, Supit.
AND IRON CO.,
/ Bar Iron; -
lr'ilroad Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car kale* Rolled;
Railroad Car Axles Hammered;
Locomotive Frame Shapes;
Yokes, Str ps; /
Piston H s; • 1 '
Steambo i Cranks;
- Pistonßods, Wrists; -
• Pitman Saws, Collars, &c.
OflloO, No. 177 PENN STREET,
GRAFF, BYERS &
• MANUFACTURERS OF
Bar, Hoop and Sheet Iron,
boa Welded Tabes for Gas, Steam,
OIL WELL NUBING.
dice, 98 Wider and 132 First Streets.
KENSINGTON IRON WORKS.
LLOYD & ,BLACK,
Best Common, Refined, Charcoal
JIMA . TA BLOOM IRON
MERCHANT BAP., ROUND and SQUARE IRON.
HOOP, BAND, T and ANGLE IRON.
BOILER PLA.TE and SHEET IRON.
MOWER AND REAPER BARS.
CYLINDER and GUARD or FINGER IRON.
SMALL T RAILS. AO and 10 lbs. to the yard.
WROUGHT CHAIRS and SPIKES for same.
FLAT RAILS, Punched and Countersunk.
COAL SCREEN IRON.
NAILS AND SPIKES.
Warehouse and (since at the WOrta, GREEN
(MGR STREET, (a continuation of First street,
adjoining the Cii.y CAS Works, Pittsburgh.
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Works
_ Warehouse, lios. .166 and 167 FIRST STREET
opposite Monongahela House,
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
ANDERSON & WOODS,
03ECCESSORS TO ANDERSON, COOK & CO.
Manaracturers or every description or
BEST BEFINED TOOL STEEL
11111, llulay, Circular, Gang and Cross Cut
SAW FL ATEB.
German Flow niad Blister Steel.
Spring, raset,ailodrk.ike and Toe Calk. steel.
Railroad Spring Steel and Frog Points, Cast Steel
Finger Bars, elekle Steel, spring Steel Tsre, Plow
Wings, etc.: Oil Drill steel.
Omce and Works—Corner FIRST AND BOSS Sen.,
rittsburgn, Pa . je23:d9
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.
SINGER, Li, Cg & CO.
Mantifactnrers of every description of
CAST AND GERMAN STEEL,
PY,I,II,TIC !1.:V.3 PLATFORM SPICING%
ANLES, STEEL TIM,
Warehouse, 83 Water and 100 First Sta.
ivriLLER, Ram & PARKIN.
GENXISAL PASTNXBA: -
WM. 'METCALF,'REUBEN KELLER,
6EO. W. BABB, I
PARTABII - 43. M. BIER.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
21M:LisMit, XiABM , dr. -E,AIVECEN,
Office, No. 339 Liberty St,
BLACK D I AMOND
PARK, BROTHER & CO.,
Manufacturers of all descriptions of
01ce and Waretnntin,_l2o_,l93sll. 124 SECOND
and 119 and 121 IrL9ST STREETS,
rio iv leatiPliEVll
,ADANS, MIME & CO.,
Keystone Standard. Patent Platform
Janus Faced Patent. Door Locks and Latches.
i'AINT AND C 'FEE MILLS.
MALLEABLE LEON, At.
Corner of Grant and First Streets,
NEW HARDWARE HOVSE•
LINDSEY, STERRIT & EUWEB,
Alsnufseturers sad Importers of
11.AAR , 13W.A.:EILlE,
887 LIBERTY STREET,
CORNER OF WAYNE,
One Square Below Bnloo Depot,
Aients fur LUIUUNEB , 130ALEL
MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
rrirrs - spiwarri.
THOMAS N. NOLLURII. President.
These Works are among the largest and most
complete establishments in the West, and are now
- prepared to furnish
Engines, of every) description.
Boilers, Oil Tasi'. -
Sheet Iron Wor . h
AND PIPE WORKS.
Cerner Carroll and Smallman Streets,
CAST IRON 130WL PIRE,
FOR GAS AND WATER WORKS.
m l cast invariably do Plts, in dry
sana r , P g l s s A r f .
lengths: Also, full assortment of
General Castings for Gas and Water Works.
I would also call the attention of Superintendents
of Gas Works to my make of RETORTS
0. LIVINGSTON.W. 11. BURT.W. A.IIO,IINEION, JE.
UnaCGSTON & CO.,
FINE LIGHT CASTINGS,
Implements, orlln e rr ot e o r n s
Gas Fitters; AR-
Woolen Mill Ma
AU Job Work promptly attendedto.
Office and WorksWASHINGTON AVEN UE, near Outer Depot,'Allegheny city, Pa.
ROBINSON, REA A:CO"
successors to ROBINSON, lams Musses,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. PITTSBURGH,
_ -- •
Manufacturers of Bost and Stationary Steam En
gines, Blast Engines,_Mill Machinery, Gearing,
Shafting, Castings of all descriptions; Oil Tanks and
Stills, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. 1.51, corner First and Smithfield Streets.
Agents for GIFFARIPS PATENT INJECTOR for
MONT BLANC, FOUNDRY.
Butler Street, HMO& Ward,
Rolling Mill and Bridge Castings, .
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS GENERALLY
Orders promptly and carefully executed.
Charges reasonable. 1
EBBEBT ACKI J ND.
PRICE .& SIMS.
Office and Warehouse, 2'9 Wood Street.
ILanufactare and keep constantly on hand
Thimble, Skein-and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON Bores, DOG IRONS,
And Castings generally.
T HOMAS CARLIN" Si. CO.,
Fourth. Ward Foundry and Machine Works,
SANDUSKY ST., ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.,
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, 011 Presses, Pul
leys, Shafting, Grist and Saw Mill Work,- Rolling
Mill and Machine Castings, Grate Bars, Weights,
Wagon Engines of
Build to order and have on
band Engines ot-all sizes. mrl4:qs
AND ROLL WORKS
880 Penn Street.
BOLLIAIi, BOYD & BAOLLEY,
Chill Rolla, Mill Castings. Roll Lathes, Ate
ABLISIIED ACIIINEIB3B. WORKS.
anufactory of STEAM ENGINES . , of- all sizes
and of the most approved patterns, for stationary
puroses STEAMISOATS and STEAM FERRY
ENGINES,' variety a 12 and 16 home power
which will be sold at 'very reduced
PT./cga. P. F. GEISSE. Wellsville, 0.
Fl 6 ), miles below Pittiburgh, on the Ohio river; and
line of C. & P. It. noS:h2
LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER!
Dealer in all Kinds of Lumber.
ON HAND AND FOR BALE:
500,000 feet Dry Pine Boards:
30,000 feet Dry Oak, 1 and 2 inch;
20,000 feet Dry Ash, 2, 20.5 and 3 inch;
.200,000 feet Hemlock; •
1,000,000 No. 18-inch Shingles, sawed;
100,000 No. 116-Inch Shingles, sawed;
100,000 No. 110-inch Shingle's s laved;
2,000 Locust Posts, 7, 8 and feet:
300 Cedar Posts.
m, Fire Brick, Tile and Clay, in large or small
. No. 80 FEEBLE STREET. formerly
ter, and 157 REBECCA STREET, .oppo-
Om Works, Allegh. ny Clly. , J}2Hit,73
FORT PITT LUMBER COMPANY
.Capital, - - - $12,5,000.
ESSCRECTARY—T. A. WRIGHT.
Edward Davison, L. F. Duncan,
John Mellon, E. D. ‘Dlthrldge,
Geo. W. Dlthridese,
LUMBER YARD—Corner of BUTLER and LUM
BEE STREETB, Ninth Ward.
OFFICE AT FORT PITT ()LABS WOREB, Wash
Ington Street. 1a20:,I98
GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
JOHN M. COOPER.. ....JOB. HATE MINIM HIRE.
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Itlonufactilrere of PUMPS AND BRASS WORN;
every, TUBING, l aqrja a. th GAB YLXTUBEB
Corner of Pike and Walnut Streets,
124 rust Street, Pittatilltiht Pa.
• Agent tbr the sale of Cornwall M 3ll - o filiallare len 9 do j at
sephatne,lstLeps Dencannon, Eltanhp.pc.
And other rar.(ta of Anthracite.
Coke end C. B. Charcoal .i.ogg_hloghetlY
(Opposite Union Iron Mills,)
SUGAR KETTLES, HOLLOW WARE
Udas'Kunming and orders respeetregir sigatt"
PITTSBU RGII GAZETTE : SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, ,1863.
ENGINES, BOILERS, tto.
BOILER, STILL AND TAIIIK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAB,PAQUBLE-FLUED TUBULAR, FIRE
BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM BOILERS.
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND CON-
STEAM- PIPES, GASOM.ETERS AND LEON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL SHIITES
Office and Warehouse corner Second,
Third, Short and Liberty Streeti.
43 - Orders sent to the above address w
row:day attended to. mh
WRI. BARNHILL & CO.,
AND SHEET IRON WORKE
NOS. 20, 22, 24 AND 26 PENN ST
Having secured a large yard and furnished with
the most approved machinery, we are prepa • to
manufacture every descrlptiOn of BOILERS In the
best manner, and warranted equal to any made In
the country. Chimneys,Breeching, Fire 'Beds,
Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers; Condensers, Salt
Pans, Tanks, Oil Stills, Agitators, Settling l Pans,
Boller Iron, Bridges, Sugar Puns, and sole emu
;faclurers of Barnhill's Patent Boilers.
Repairing done on the shortest notice. 115:c21
JAMES' DI. I/ITER,
Nos. 55 and 56 Water Stre
IRON OIL. TANIS,
SETTLING PANS, corrErt STEAM PIPE,
ROLLING MILL STACKS,
And SHEET IRON WORK,
' EDMUND D. BRUSH.
JARED M. BRUSH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
SIILIET IRON WORE. &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
A STETTLEIL SONS & CO.,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks,
And SHEET IRON WURR, of all kinds.
Locust Street, Fifth Ward, Pittsburgh.
iYI 9, -
STOVES, CASTINGS, &c
C OOS, STOVES.
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL QS; CO.'S
FOR BITUMINOUS COAL
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
well many other Stove in the Union.
BISSELL &• CO.,
Igo. 235 Liberty Street.
Liao on hand and for
,sale, . J
• PARLOR STt WES, -
(MATE FRONTS, rENDER3,
COOKING RANGES &c
CHEAPEST PLACE in the city
TO BUY THE
TRIUMPH COOKING STOVE,
Is at No. 146 GRANT STREET.
WARING AND KING,
Commission Merchants and Brokers to
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
WARING, KING & CO.,
- 127 Walnut Street.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, •
AND DEALERS IN
Petroleum and its Products.
Pittsburgh Office—DALZELL , BUILDING, cor
ner of Duquesne Way and Irwin !treats.
Philadelphia Otlice-1.27 WALNUT BT.
JACOB WEAVER, Jr. &CO.,
oi/ Cirptmission Jobbers,
No. 3 DUQUESNE WAY, will buy and sell Crude
and Refined Oils, Lubricating, Tar, .Benzine and
Cooperage. Our long experience In the Petroleum
trade enables us to offer urual facilities and In
ducements to operators. A heretofore, we are de
termined to make it the Int rest of buyers and sel
lers to giVe us a call. Part,lea having (Ala ler sale
are cordlalitinvited to brie • their samples.
11 . M. LONG &
PURE WRITE BURNING OIL,
Mee, No. 2 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh.
118. PRACTICAL 11 Q
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
LEMON Lilt WEISE,
O. 118 FOURTH . STrIVEEIN
.Constantly on hand every variety of PARLOR and.
CHAMBER , FURNITURE, together with a com
plete assortment of common Furniture at reduced
Those In want of anything In our line are cordially
Invited to call before purchasing.
mh2l:nl4 *LEMON it WEISE.
al-i OOPPEIL iffia, An mum wan,
PARK, ideCURDY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Sheathing, Braziers , and Bolt
Copper, Presled Copper Bottoms, Baked Still Bot
toma, Speller Solder. Also, Imp°, nand Dealers
In Metal, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, Ji. Con
stantly on hand Tinnerie Machines d Toole. '
Warehouse. Nu. 140 FIRST BTILE,s,T and 120
SECOND STREET, Pittsburgh.
Special orders of Copper. cut to any desired pat
kfAIrOF ACTT:BEE OF
P. C. DUFFY
FORT -PITT BANKING' COMPANY;
No. 169 Wood Street.
CAPITAL, : : • : : $200,000.
STOCKHOLDERS DID IDUALLY . LIABLE.
INTEREST ALINE ON TIIE DEPOSITS.
Collections made on till accesslblu points in the
United States and Canadas.
1 Jon. C. Risher,
Robt. H. ling,
James M. Bailey
CAPITAL, (anthorized,) : : : : $200,000
Wm. H. Hamilton,
Geo. I'. Van Dorm
H. J. Lynch,
John Murdoch, Jr.,
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
IL J. LYNCH, Piesident. •
GEO. T. VAN DOREN. Cashier.
:TOCKTIOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK,
Vice President—WlLLlAM BEA.
Henry Lloyd. ,Hon . Thos. Mellon, E. P. Jones,
Th. Vilialtindn'tieo. W. Hallman, i Wm. Rca,
It. H. Hartley, :Edward Gregg, Hiram Stowe
Secretary & Treas'r---S. F. VON BONNIIORST
SIX PER CENT. INTEREST paid on time de
posits. Depositamade on or before Aumust )sth will
bear interest from that date. Interest computed on
let November and Ist May. iatal:t76
NATIONAL BANK OF 001111HCE,
Cor. of Wood and Sixth Sts.
JOS. 11. HILL .
CAPITAL, : : : $500,000..
A. Patterson, ; George W. Casa,
Win. H. Brown, t Janie, MeCandless,
Chas. I.(wkhart. ; Wm. Doug l a s ,
Allen Kirkpatrick, : Win. Beed•
W. e. Haven. ;
DISCOUNTS DAILY, AT Il A. M.
HART, CAUGHEY & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,.
Corner Third and fl ooq StreeM,
(BUCCESWICS TO HANNA, BART d C 0.,)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And particular attention pa l ld lo he purchase and
Slight Drafts on Lopdon.
HOLMES & SONS, '
57 Market Street, " •
rr - rx-rsinunca-x, PA.. -
Collections ma on all the principal polite of the
United States and Canadas.
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Particular attention paid to the purchase and
United States Securities.
WESTERN SAVINGS BANK,
No. 59 Fourth Shvet.
Inteilest paid onrrime Deposits
ANY SUM RECEIVED FROM
ONE DOLLAR MPWARD.
DEPOSITS SUBJECT TQ CHECK, WITHOUT
Discounts Daßkat 12 o'clock.
Vice President—A. M. MARSHALL.
THOMPSON BELL, I A. M. MARSHALL,
JOS. DILWORTH. . JOS. ALBREE.
J. J. GILLESPIE.
litockhold'ers to whom we
D. W. C.
M. Fu. '
ITHE TWIN CITY SLATE CO.,
manufacture 'a aupertor article of ,
Irak*, 48 Seventh St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
J. S. NEWMEYEi?., Pres't.
0 - RN MEAL, RYE FLOUR,
• Near Pittsburgh Grain Elevator
M HOPP ac E t DPE ED OR O N rd e N r E s A e L l , i vRerYE
i PL eth iß cit y
free of charge. Grain not i ce. kinds chopped, and.
Ooru shelled, on short
Rev. David Kerr,
A. 2a. Brown,
Eon. IL mirmarriz•
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets.
GOVERNMENT AND PACIFIC R. R. BONDS ,
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought on the most favorable terms. Bells LET
TERN OF CREDIT and DRAFTS a ailable In any
part of Europe.
DEPOSITS received subject to cheek, or INTER
EST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
J m Jas:BRADY 8 UO4
(Successors to S. JONES & C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
33 .11.. INkT 3FA tiEV,
BUY AND SELL ALL BINDS OF .
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
• C Interest Allowed on Deposits.
JET Money loaned on Government Bonds at low
est market rates.
Orders executed for the Purchase and
Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD.
JAMES T. BRADY .& CO.
FINANCE AND TRADE,
OFFICE OF flTTAßtrßiali GAZETTE,
FRIDAY, August 21, 1868.
The decline yesterday in gold was
caused by the report that a lot of five mit=
lion dollars of small gold was shipped to
this country from England; /he present
rate of exchange, would net about one per
cent. on bankers bill and, from one to one
and a half per cent. on commercial paper;
to-day parties who - tuid short sales un
covered began to buy, and rallied the mar
ket to 144 X. an adyance of one and a half
per carit. - ,• bitt towards the close the market
became weak, and closed at 1-143' , with a
decided downward tendency. The heavy
shipments of bonds and the aversion of Im
porters to cover their indebtedness in Eu
rope at present prices of gold, together
with the tightening of the money market,
will have a tendency to keep down the
premium, except by political agitation. '
IGovernment bOnds, in which there is a
large uncovered short interest by dealers
and speculators ure very dull, and those
parties are not anxious to cover them
Stocks were firmer early in the day, but
parties who had bought at the greatest de
pression realized to-day, and the market
looked very weak and dull. The cliques
are doing all -they can to sustain the mar
ket, but the outsids public is not disposed
Money is still easy, although tightening
gradually. Business is very dull.
The New York Stock quotations to-day
as received by Mr. Ph. R. Mertz, were as
follows: Gold 144%; 1881's, 113%-
1862, 113%; do 1664, 108%; do 1865, 111; do
new, 107%; do 1867, 107%; . 10-10's,108%;
Cleveland Pittsburgh 85%;. Fort icrayne,
106; Western Union Telegraph 33%;
Adams Express, ,50%• Erie, 46%; New York
Central, 124%; Reading, 89%; Michigan
Southern, 83; Chicago d Rock Island,
0.8. 7 ;;; Chicago & North Western, 80%; do
.-The New York .Tribune. of Thursday,
says: A circular in the f interest of the
bulls was scattered beroadcast over town
yesterday with a well cooked statment
which showed that the business commu
nity would be short about eleven millions
of coin by the first of January. To make
this statement the amount to be shipped
to Europe is'placed at U 3,700,000, and the
$7,200,000 paid for Alaska is pint down as
beitig shipped. But two millions of the
last amount was ,But
forward; and the bat;
ance was sold and added to the burden al
ready carried by the bulls. • The amount
estimated to go forwaid is largely in ex
cess of the • probable shipments. The
heavy amount of bonds sent within the
past two months has already made us
creditor to Europe, and the prodnce yet to
be shipped will be so considerable that the
best informed bankers think that the flow
of specie will turn toward this country, and
that no further loss of coin will be made
this year. The demand for customs is now
the only legititnate use for gold, and
nothing but distrust can advance the al
ready exorbitant price.
—Closing quotations received by James T.
Brady & Co.:
Gold, 144%; U. S. 6's, 1881's, 113%; 5-20's,
1862, 113%; 5-20's, 1564, 108%; 5-20's, 1865,
111; 10-40's, 108%; 5-20's, January and
' July, '65,4107%; 5-20's, January and July,
'67 107%; '6B, 107%; June 7-30's, par less
July 7-30's. do % August 118%; Sept. 118%
Oct. 1184; Union Pacific Railroad, 102; Cen
CENTRAL LIVE-STOCK MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
FRIDAY. August 21, 1868.
The, arrivals of Cattle since the date of
our last report (Wednesday evening) have
been fair, although they- are mainly or an
inferior grade, yet the market has been
fairly active, their having been a fair vol
ume of business, in •the aggregate. The
Philadelphia dealers generally quit buy
ing on Thursday, but there are alarge num
ber of stock growers here'from Lancaster'
and other adjoining counties in the eastern
part of the State, who-bought pretty much
all the stock cattle • offering, andthis, of
course, made the market considerably bet
ter than it would otherwise have been.
There was one drove of extra Southern In
diana steertion sale, said to have been the
best offered here fol. some time, and it
brought an extra price, eight and a quarter
-cents. Prime ehipping Cattle May be quo
ted at 7to 7,25, -and medium 6,25 to 6,50:
Stock Cattle range from 4 to 5,50, as to,
quality- and condition. -
There still seems to be prejudice against
Illinois and lowa 13took, particularly
against the former, even if the Cattle are
sound and healthy, and do• not give the
slightest evidence of that much dreaded
;Cattledisease. Pennsylvania, Ohio and In
diana Cattle have the preference, and will
bring 'relatively better prices than stook
coming from other localities. ,
Clung to Rieman 80 head Ohio steers,
averaging 1,400, at $BO per head. -
Holmes, Lafferty & Co. sold 20 head of
Western Reserve stock for Widttlesy to
Jas. A.ull at sg; 16 ior_startte tolrohn at 7;
82 for 'Willey to Rieman, weighing 40,850
,at (I%—slo,nff; and 83 extra Indiana steers
averaging f,440, to Rieman at 8,25.
& Talmage eold•89 head good Ohlo
steers, averaging 1,060, for J. W. Powers
to Rowe at 6,25.
Hedges & Taylor sold 22 head for Forbes
to Todd at 4,65; 20 for Ripley to MoArdle at
5%; 5 for Manning to Klemen at 5, and 2
bulls for same to same at $25 for per head;
23 for Launtz to Killinger & Co. at 4,25.
Dolan & Thompson 57, head prime lowa
steers, averaging 1,130, to Erisman & Co.
Orr & Williams sold 9 head heifers and
steers for S. B. Aiken to Todd at 4,75.
Harvey to Styer 20 head of medium ship 2
ping stook at 5,75. Welsh to same buyer 35
head of common stock at 4,50.
Gurley, to Kiernan 20 head at 5, and 2
Head to McArdle 58 head of mixed stock,
Weighing 59,450, at 5 to 6,5 0.
McGarvey to Hershy 21 head of common
stockers at 4. - • -
Shank to Black 21 head of fair stockers
Loyd & L. to Evans 19 head at 3 to 4,50.
,Frazer to Yohn 18 head of good fat cattle,
weighing 21,000, at 6,60.
• True to Landis 6 bead, weighing 21,000,
Dolan & Thompson to Chalfant 32 head,
weighing- 32.825—price not given.
Hedges & Taylor for Galligan to R. Black"
19 head at 5,70. \
The Sheep market continues dull and de
pressed with a supply largely in excess of
the demand though the offerings are main
ly of an inferior quality. Prime fat Sheep,
of which the supply is light, meet with a
very good demand, and sell at relatively
better prices than common and inferior
grades; we are cognizant of one drove of
extra Sheep averaging about 102 lbs having
sold to-day at 5 cents. Ordinary to prime
shipping Sheep may be quoted at 3% to 4 1 ,
cents, and scalawags at almost any.figure
buyers ara willing to give. The number on
sale to-day was not so very large, but the
demand was very light,the great majority of
the eastern buyers have bought all they
wanted this week.
Holmes Lafferty & Co., sold 202 for
Brown to Pidcock & Co., at per head; 130
Lambs for A. Martin to Kalthaler at 1,f1,25
for the lot. -
Smith & Talmage 196 head for Yeatman
to W Hill at 3 3 9,.
Hedges toTaylor -sold 181 for Vanforsen
to Pearce at 4%; 346 for Hamilton to Loyd
at 2%; 100 for Maple to• Anil & Myers at 3;
170 for Joint it Bro., to Geo. Marks at 4.
Orr & Williams sold 159 head of sheep for
Campbell to Pratt at 3,25.
With continued light arrivals and a brisk
demand, the market for Hogs continues
very firm and prices especially for prime
fat Hogs, were well maintained: York
-,Hogs are a shade lower than In 'the"early
part Of the week, ranging - 'from 9 to 9,50,
while Philadelphia Hogs may be quoted at
from 10,50 to 10,75.,
Holmes Lafferty & Co; sold 68 for McFad
den to Crouse Emerick 6t Co, at ::9,70;-and
135 for John Blair, to same buyers at 9,50.
Singer&lmholi bought 39 from Robin
son at 1u.50; 22 from W. Hedges at $10,40;
54 from Voter & Co. at 10,60.
E.,Sznith suld 190 to Crouse, Emerick &
Co. at 10,87%. .
Crouse Emerick & Col, to Smith 130 to go
to New York al. 9; and 135 to Carnahan at
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
9FFICE OF THE PITTBUROIE GAZETTEE, i
FsmAy,.August 21, 1868.
CRUDE—The market openedtup a little
firmer to-day, that 'is there was not the
same preSsure to sell that there, was yester
day, while prices have undergone no quo
table change. We heard of some offers to
buy spot oil at 13, but there were no offers
to sell that wee,could hear of; indeed the
offerings-are unusually light, although at
the sanie time there are bat few buyers at
present prices. We can report a "line" of
4,000 bbls, 1,000 eabh for• i September, Octo
ber, November and December, at 13; and
2,000 for,Septernber, sellers option, at 95,
delivered on cars at Venango City. Sep
tember, alone, is offered at 13% here, with
buyers at 13, and the last four, months, in
the absence of sales, may be quoted at 1234
to 12%. .
REFINED-Jihe market for Refined
opened up considerably market
early part of the day, and August delivery
advanced from a half to three quarters of a ,
cent, with sales reported at 313; against
31 to 311‘, the closing quotations last even
ing. The sales, however, were unusually
large, aggregating 1 ten thousand bar
rels, mainly for August; though the mar
ket was again weak and "offish" this even
ing, the demand, particularly for the - late
months, having fallen off, and August was
also reported weak._ The - sales were: .9,000
bbls, in various lots, for August at 31j4 to
31%c; 500 for the first half September, at
32c, and 500 for October at 3214 c. We are
cognizant of an Offer to sell September,
October and November at 32%c, without
finding buyers, and September, alone.was
also offered at le same figure witha Sim-.'
ilar result. We heard of a large transac
tion which was made during the early Part
of the wsek. but which has not heretofore
been reported:, ,12,500 bbls, 2;500 each-for
August, Septembor, I October; November
and December, at 331 , ,c; this is the heavi
est operation We have had to record for
some time, and the seller, certainly has
reason to congratulate himself, as that de
livery has declined since the sale was made •
nearly two cents.
RECEIPTS OF CRUDE OIL.
'Jas. Wilkins. 4 480 L. Roes & Bro.. 400
Lick - hart it F 480 Fisher & 8r0.... 400
DAL Jones 240 H. W. Tweddle. 320
B. W.. Morgan.... 320 A. B. Mills - 480
OIL SHIPPED EP ST BY A. V. R. R.
J. C. Kirkpatrick & Co., 224 bbls refined
to W. P. Logan' & Bro. Philadelphia.
Braun & %Vaguer, 2:50 do do to 'Waring,
`King & Co., Philadelphia.
Livingston & Bro. 300 do do to War
den, Frey/ & Co., Philadelphia.
Forsyth, Bro &,Co., 530 do do to Warden,
Frew & Co., Philadelphia. .. .
McKee, Hackett &Co., 50 do do to W. P.
Logan & Bro., Philadelphia.
( Nat. Ref. & St. Co., 1050 do do to F. A.
Dilworth & Co., Philadelphia.
B. W. Morgan & Co., 200 do do to War
den, Frew & Co.. Philadelphia.
ro, Phil Iph Kehew &, Co., i
300 do.do to W. P.
Logan & Ba.
Fawcett, Logan & Stockdale, 750 do de , to
W. P. Logan & Bro., Philadelphia.
Livingston & Bros., 50 benzole to War
den,Frew & hiladelphia.
Citizens' Ref. C0.,C .0., 24S do benzole to War
ing King it Co., Philadelphia.
E. Jageman'& Co., 100 do 'do to Waring,
King & Co., Philadelphia.
PITTSBURGH METAL MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, t
FRIDAY, August 21; 1868.
The metal market has been 'inlet this
Week, and the sales comparatively small,
which is owing mainly' to the /inn that
stocks are very much reduced, and 'there
is but little offering. The .dentand, how
ever, is not as strong as it . was last week
and - the week previous, while prices are
without quotabie change. We. quote the
ANTHRACITE. 4 -
10 tens No. 2 Anthracite ,f 39 00-4 mos
20 " " " .. .... .. 40 00-4 mos
20 it No. 1 - Foundry 41 ' 00- = 4 Ines
20 gg No. 1 F0undry.........42 00-4 mos
10.. " No. 1 Foundry '42 00-4 mos
20 6 ' N6ural 38 00-6 mos
20 . " " 37 50-4 mos
60 6 ' Mottled • 36100- - -4 mos
BITRMINIIB COALBRIRLTED PROM !ARE
/00 tons Grey Forge /310 00--4 mos
50 " " 39 00--4 mos
100 . . -99 00-4 mos 60 .1 II 39 00-4 mos
50 61 Medln.rn Close Grey... 37 50-4 mos
1.0 tons Janiata..
10 , 44 , Blooms..
1.90 00-4 mns
• 1186 14-4 MOB