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41. 'V rattitat, Pres,6
AND IRON Co.,
- 31 road Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car - *mien Rolled;
Railroad Car Axles Hammered;
Locomotive Frame Shapes;
Side Rods; -
• Piston Rods, Wrists;
Pitman Jaws, Collars, ate. .
Offloe, Nci. 177 _PENN STREET,
ICIRAFF, BYERS Sr. CO.,
- MANUFACTUEEE9 GP
Bar, loop - and Sheet Iron,
Iran Welded Tubes for Gas, Steam,
- Water, &c.
OIL WELL TUBING.
- Office, 98 Water and 182 First Streets.,
' PITTSBURGH, Pa.
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.;‘
, . .. ~
Pennsylvania Iron Works..
- Warehouse, Nos: 166 and 167 FIRST STREET,
11)ppoolte Monongahela House,
ar.24:dB • PITTSBURGH.
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
ESSTABIORED IN 1845.3
ANDERSON it WOODS,.
ORICCESSORS TO ANDERSON, COOK a CO.,)'
Manufacturers of every description of •
• • STEEL.'
BEST REFINED TOOL STEEL.
Mill, ldulay, Circular, Bang and Cross Cut
Spring, Cut and German Plow and Blister Steel.
Shovel. 'Floe, Fork, take and Toe valk steel.
Itallroad Spring Steel and Frog Points, Cast Steel
singer Liars, rickle Steel, spring Steel Tyre, Plow
Wings Wings, etc.; Oil Drill steel. . .
and Works—eorner FIRST MFG ROSS STS.,
Pittsburgn, Pa jvM:ds
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.
SINGER, & CO.,
Manufacturers of every deseriptioo. of
,AND CERMAN STEEL,
1 w 1 ,4,7 6 1, 8 ,P,P1Ytt - t'll. Timm! smote%
Warehouse, 88 Water and 100 Brut Ste.
31ILLE11, BABB EiPAIUM.
. =COALE', I
OZO. W. BARR, OHM,. PARKIN.
CRESCENT . STEEi. irirdniKsj.
211.11 i, MIAMI( dr.P.A.Var-iN,
Office, No. 339 ,Liberty
Ifiumfiiistirrers of alideickptions of •
SS I TNEW
0 tan and Warehonse_cl2o‘ ISA ALICCOIP
and 119 and UM FIRST 9TBSETB, - "' • • -
STOVES, CASTINGS, eco.
%_) d - 1001 i STOVES.
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL affir, CO.'S
FOB BITUMINO US FOAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
:well as any. other Stove in the Union.
BISSELL & CO.,
No. 235 Liberty Street.
`Also on nand and for see.
• RITA:TING lyrovp2,
GRATE FRONS,RANGES BENDERS.
- NOVELTY WORKS.
.11.D.A*01,,VIEEE & CO.,
Ili epsilon° Sta and I:puntndard.. Patent er Jrlatterm
Janus Faced Patent Door Loclo and Latches
riaN T A wn VFEE MILLS. _
mALLx,ABLE IRON. &C.
Conier` of - Grant and First Streets,
ans: o 4
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1011ITTSBURGIt PAPER MANU.;
A. FACTUBII4O COMPANY, IdoinufmAurere of
PRINTING AND" WRAPPING : PAPERS,
'CLINTON MILL—STEURENVILLK. 0010.
BNIGITITON MILE.—NEW Bsioirro*trA.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, •
50.52 Third Street, Pittsburgh, P 4.
, B Tre el a i siirer.
- SASltrub.fan 11 LE.
hn Secr e Atwe l tary. l, S. II
DIRECTORS—Augyst " Banjo, Jo
3Hartman, John R. Lir tngton.
Caeltpaid for rater Stock.
W. P. FORTY% SUp't.
MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS N. MILLER President.
These Works are among the largest and Moat
zompldte establishment - flu the West, and art now
prepared to furnish •
AND PIPE WQRICS.
Corner Carroll and SalaOman Streets,
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE,
My Pipes are all cast invariably In Pits; in dry
sand, and LI feet 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.
L. 0. LIVINGESTON.W. 11. BURT.W. O. 11.0.10.N80.17.321.
IVINGSTON & CO.,
IRON . 1 1 01:INDERS;
FINE LlG.gr.c..4,.sp - rrisrn, •
AM descriptions, for Plumbers and Gas iritt_e_r4; A_g-
Ilealturallmplements, Cotton and Woolen Mild NA-
(Mee and - , Works—WAGHTNGTOii AVnIVE,
near Onter Delsot.- , AltegUerry City. P. • - •
R OIMSON, REA bi C 0.,. . .
• , SuceesisOrs tOROBTRBOrr, MINIS & mirszss,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH,
Manufacturers of Boat and stattonary Stearn En
gines, Blast Engines, 11111 Machinery, .Gearing,
Shafting, Castings of all deacriptione; 011 Tanks and
Stills, Boller and Sheet, Iron Work.
Office, No. 12. corner rirst and SratthfleldStreets.
Agents for QIEFABD , S PATENT INJECTOR for
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Butler Street, Ninth Ward,
Itoßing Mill and Bridge Castings,
Ja2310 1 3 8
Engines, of every description.
Boiler's, Oil TiEr
Sheet Iron. Work.
Rail road CAC , t 1 nal%
Machine , Castinga.
.1 3 arrrS1311J11 , Grl3, Pd.
FOR GAS AND WATER WORKS
(Opposite Union lion MIAs,)
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE.BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CAECTIIiGS GENERALLY
.IMirs promptly and oareltdly executed.
EBEIritT - 1k MAMMA
PRIDE & RIMS. ,
omee and Wara!tense. 29 Wood Street.
Manufacture and keep eonstaut4Un hand
Thimble, Sis.ebi and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON- 8073, OS IRONS.
istraki. KETTLES, HOLLOW WARE
SOMAS CARLIN & CO.,
Fourth Ward lipluulty Dlethi!plirorki,
• BAKUUSKY ST., ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.,
lianuracturers of Steam Engines, !Work Oses, Pul
leys Shafting, Grist-and Saw Mill Rolling
Machine Castings, Grate Bars, Weights,
Wagon Boxes, 4e. Build to order and have on
hantrEngines o 1 all _ 51Y1445"
AND ROLL WORKS
880 Penn Street.
WREILINI BOYD & BAGALEY ,
Chill licii;:wili Eiiirtinis,; Soli Lathe.,
Z,JLTON BiACHINE WORKS.'
r ESTABLISH= IN 1830.
of story of STEAM ENGINES, of all Nisei
and of the most approved patterns. for stationary
purposes ; STEAMBOATS and STEAM PERRY
BOATS. • A variety of 10, MI and 16 horse power
.ENG s INES, which will, be -*old st.very : seduced
price .. . .
• P. F. OEISIIE. Wellwilliei; 0
Fifty tulles below Pittsburgh, on the Ohio river, and
of C. I P. R. no9:h2
URIBEI I ` IJIIISER i LIIMBIEDI
A I LEZANDER PADI'EnSON,
Dealer in all Kinds of Lumber.
ON HAND AND FOIL SALE:
500,000 feet Dry Ptne Boards:
30,000 feet Dry - Oak, 1 and 2 inch:
20,000 feet Dry Ash, 2,2) and 3 inch;
200,000 fret litmlotitt
1,000,000 No. I IS-lheb Shingles, sawed;
100,000 No. 1 VG Inch Shingles, sawed;
100,000 No. 116-inch Shingles.isved;"
2,000 Locust Posts, 7, V/ an d feet;
300 Cedar Posts.
Aiao, Flre Brick, The and Clay, in large or small
quantities; , • ;
YARDS No. 86 PREBLE STREET formerly
Maucbe,..ter, and 157 REBECCA. STREET. oppo-
Bite the Gas Works, fly Cit y . 33,22;173
FORT PITT lAUDHIM,COiIPAINIi
- - $125,000.
DinaCTORB L. :
John Meintn. I E. D. 'Atlantan,
M. L. Malone,
16: - H. Johnston.
LUMBER YARD—Corner of BUTLER and LIM
ERIC STREETS, Ninth Ward.
OFFICE AT FORT PITT GLASS WORKS, Wash
Ington Street. ia2e:jas
GAB; AND STEAM. FITTING.
JOHN N. cborza.._ JOB. KAYE lAMBI' Aura.
JOHN Di. COOPER & CO.,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Manufacturers of PITNPS AND BRAN WONK
Steg i. in GAB FIXTIDIES
CorierigTike and Walnut Streets,
SAMUEL m. lywiingsakm,
124 , First Street, Pittsbwgh, Pa. .
Agent for the sale of Cornwall. Dough re Jo
sephine, Duncannon, t3tanhope, titendon,
and other, brat de of -Anthracite, Youghiogheny
Coke and C t IS. Charcoal
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Cionslgninenta and orders rebentftdlYlied.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1868.
ENGINES, BOILERS, &cc
MOILER, STILL Mali TANK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-PLUED TUBULAR, 'FIRE
BOX AND CYLINDER. STEAM BOILERS.
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, BALT PANS AND CON-
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
rmsox DOORS AND COAL SHIITES
°trice and Warehouse. corner Second,
Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
Jar Orders sent to the shove address swill be
promptly attended to. tah7:18.9
BARNHILL I:. CO.,
BOILER MAKERS •
ANn SHEET IRON WORKERS,
-.ICOS. 20, 22, 22-AND 25 PENN ST
Having secured a large yard and furnished it with
the most approved machinery, we are prepared to
manufacture every description of 1101LE1.S in the
best manner, and warranted equal to any made in
the country. Chimneys, Breeching, Fire Beds,
Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers, Condensers, Salt
Pane, Tanks,Oil Stills, Agitators, Settling Pans,
Boiler Iron , Bridges, Sugar Pans, and sole manu
facturers of Barnhill's Patent Boilers.
Repairing done ou the shortest notice. 1a5:e21
JAMES M. RITER, ,
Nafi. 55 and 56 Water Streel,l
IRON OIL TANKS,
SETTLING PANS, COPPER STEAM PIPE.,
BOLLING MILL STACKS;
JAM= Y. Etsusa EDMUND D. BUUSH.
'TARED M. BRUSH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills; Tanks.
SHEET IRON. WORE. &O.
61 :Perni Street, Pittsburgh,; Pa.
WARING AND KING,
Commission Merchants and Brokers in
Petroleum an& its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
PHILADELPHIA ADDRESS, -•-
WARING, KING & CO.,
TACK . BROTHERS,
Asp DEALERS IN
Petroleum and its Products.
Pittssargh Office—DLLRELL , BUILDING, cor
ner 44 Duquesne Way and Irwin streets.
Phila d elphia Office-UM WALNUT ST.
H N. LONG & C 0.,.
PURE wnlu BURNING OIL,
Office, No. 2 Duque Way, Moburgh.
NEW HARDWAILE HOUSE.
:LINDSEY, STERRIT & EIMER,
Matuffacturerl aindjTagrctrters of
II AL RAJ WA_ IE,
337 LIBERTY STREET,
eonmsn OF Iceafas;
One Square Below Union Depot,
AimptiI9r,IPAUIBAN4O , SCAWM.
GLL4BS, 6EU.NA. CUTLERY.
INA GLASS AND
- • •
E.; • SILVER PLATED WARE, l a'
" PARIAN STATUETTES, 6
5 , BOHEMIAN GLASOI •ce
And other STAPLE AND FANCY
GOODS, a great variety.
100 WOOD STREET.
RICHARD E. BREED & CO. .
h'r • •
118. PRACTICAL 118.
FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS ,
WHOLESALE ANA RETAIL,
LEMON & WEISE,
*o. us vorrfi - iirrinamm.
. 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.
talt2l:nl4 LEMON. & WEISE.
• WALL rAPER. ,,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
We *in over mar present stock of
Wall Papers at Greatly Reduced Prices.
A largo assortment of SATIN PAPERS, for balls
rooms, ceilings, &c., at .
N 0.107 Market , Street,near Fifth.
And SHE= IRON WORK, .
127 Walnut Street.
100 WOOD STREET.
100 WOOD BTREF,T
AFTER JULY ler,
JOS: R. HUGHES & BRO.
FORT PITT BANK
No. 169 Woi
Collections made on all
lJnited States and Canadas
D. LEE'S V ,SON, Cashier,
293 LIBERTY STREET,
CAPITAL, (authorized,) : : : : V2C0,000.
Win. IT. Ham Mom,
Henry Bock tone,
(Ito. T. Van Deren,
H. J. Lynch,
John Murdoch, Jr.,
I,l' fill= Espy
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.
11.4. LYNCH, President.
GEO. T. CAF DOREN. eashl•r.
t :EillAr 0)1 t , lllZi WI • 81811.1 6fr 1,130:#
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK,
Pla" - ES33l7llGrli.
Presid ent—HENBY LLOYD.
Vice President..WlLLlAll BSA.
' = '—
Henry T.loyd, 'Hon. Thos. Mellon, 'E. P. Jones,
Tb. \\'ightmanl Geo. W. Hallman, IWm. Rea,
41. B. Hartley, ',Edward Gregg, ,Hlram Stowe.
Secretary & Treaa'r—S. F. TON BONNHORST;
. SIX PER CENT. INTEREST paid on time de
posits. Deposttsmar'e on or before August 151 h will
bear interest from _bat date. Interest eomnated
-Ist November and Ist May. .y3l:t7t)
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Cot. of Wood and Sixtli, Sts
A. PATTERSON President.
.TOS. H. RILL . Caahler.
CAPITAL, : : : 000,000.
George W, Cass.
Win. H. Brown,
W. S. Haven,
HART, CAUGHEy & CO. ?,
'BANKERS AND. BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood . Streets,
(SUCCESSORS TO HANNA, HART a C 0.,)
, • liaLl.zati ,
Exchange, Coin, Conpons t
And particular att9ntlon paid . to he pi:imbue and
sight Drafts on London.
anT"InCS131:11101 3 , 1:',6,...
Collections made on all the principal points of the
United States and Canwiaa.
Stocks, Bonds and other Secniities.
BOUGHT AND BOLD ON CONNID3SION.
Partite'Jae attentloa paid to the raunhase and
United States Securities.
WESTERN SAVINGS BANK,
No. 59 Fourth Street.
Interest paid on•rnne Deposits
ANY I:5lrM RECEIVED FROM
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD.
DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECK, WITHOUT
Discounts Ddly at 12 o'clock.
Vice President—A. M. MARSHALL.
THOMPSON BELL, A. M. MARSHALL,
J JOS J . . G DIIL LELWORTH SPIE. JOB. ALBUM..
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Stockholders to whom we
D. W. C. Bidwell,
E. 31. Felton.
LAK }I .8 UPERIOR
COPPER MILL AND MELTING WOBII3,
PARK, licatiltiri &
toms, Speiter. Solder. Also, •
Manufabturers of Sheathing, Braziers' and Bolt
Copper, Presled Copper .Bottoms. Raised Still Sat
in, Metal, TIM .Plate, Sheet 'tea,- WIN, , go: -Con-
SECOND STREET,ylttshere lm h. P°‘...""
stantly on hand Tinners• Machines a,.d 'it'.
• Warehouse, Wo, 140 FIRST STREAT and DSO
Special orders of Copper, out to any desired Vat
pERCETAL BECKET T '
• ramOELAMOAL ENGIENEBIL -
- Solicitor oir patents'
(Late of P. F. W. it O. Railway.)
°Mee, No. 79 FEDERAL STREET, Room No. ii
tip stairs. P. B ox 00, Aj.I:EGIIENY CITY.
3IACH INERT, of all descriptions desig ned.
BLAIiT FURNACE and ROLLING 'MILL DRAW
INGd Particular attention paid to de
signing COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVF.S. Patenta con
fldentially solicited. afar An EVENING DRAW
T LASS fur mechanics over/ WEDN,ESDAY
I'll. 3Et-. 3.ll3alarEZ,
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets.
: : $200,000.
GOTEB.MIENT AND PACIFIC B. %BONDS,
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought on the most favorable terms. Sells LET
TEES OF CREDIT,and DRAFTS a :liable in any
part of Europe:
DEPOSITS received subject to check, or INTER
EST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
SECUR I PTIES,
JANES T 1 BRADY Bra CO.,
N TIME DEPOSITS.
essiblz points in the
I no. C. Risher,
tobt. H. King,
I lines 3S. Batley
11,111 LAN, Pres't.
2E3 ".LV pia,
AIV - Money loaned on Government Bonds at low
eqt market rates.
Orders executed for the Purchase and
Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD.
Ott littzintglj Gaiittt.
The gold market opened strong this
morning at 144%, an advance of one per
cent. of the average quotations of the latter
part of the week; the' noon quotations
were 145 g, firm; afterwards weak at 145;
closing strong and excited at 145 g large
short contracts are outstanding, uncovered
ranging from 1448 to 145 g, made on pre
sumption that gold would touch a price ap
proaching the forties a desparate effort will
be made by the bull clique to unload on the
public the large amounts of gold bought up
to 149 to sustain the market and the loss of
the banks reserve of three millions during
the past week will favor higher quotations,
despite the low rate of exchange. The re
ports of shipments" of coin from Europe
prove to be small and
,only intransit to
Government bonds although firm are
pointing towards lower quotations, espe
cially 1865 s old 1862, and the issue of ten
forties. Some purchases are made by par
ties who had sold before July at about 114
are now covering again. There is nothing
to sustain the present price but the short
Ir, AT u A. 1ff..1,9:0=
though the market. may experince violent
fluctuations during the next fortnight.
The North Western shares are the only
ones that have not suffered by the recent
general decline; it might prove ruinous,
.however, to sell the stock without knowing
where to.get It; the parties who have the.
control of it might run up the stock to al
most anything they please. Erie seems
to be on the rise, but if the balance of the
market should be sold down, Erie, like
wise, would suffer a &value. The weakest.
stocks are New York Central, Fort Wayne,"
Cleveland & Pittsburgh; Old Southern and
.RoCk Island are well sustained.
Hininq shams are.tiat again, , and Express'
stocks favor higher prices; the recent de
cline was too sudden,- and the dealings in
ihem being IciOrtfined `to-but a few hotisee, ,
they have the Inside track. Adams and
Merchants Union, are reported cheap at
• "The opening up of the fall business will
revive dealings again in _these kind of, eel
curities. Business is dull here, but money
Is getting scarcer.
The New York Stock quotatienslo.day
as received by Mr. Ph. R. Mertz, were as,
follows: Gold 145%; 1881's, 113%; 5-20's,
1862, 113%; do 1864, 108%; do 1865,110%; do
new, 107%; do 1867,_ 107; 10-40's, 108%;
Cleveland & Pittsburgh' 95r Fort Wayne;
106%; Western Union ~ .Telegraph 34;
Adams Express, 40; Erie, 48%; New'.Yerk
Central, 123%. Reading, 90; Michigan
Southern, 82%; ' Chicago & Rock Island,
98%; Chicago & North Western, 80%; do
Preferred, 80%. ,
—Closing quotations received by James T.
Gold, 145%; U. S. 6's, 1881's, 113%; 5-W's,
1862, 113%; 5-20's, 1864, 108%; 5-20's, 1865,
111%; 10-40's, 108%; 5-20's, January and
July, '65, 107%; 6.20'5, January and July,
'67 107%;•'68, 107%; June 7-30's; par less %;
July 7.30'5, do %; August 118%; Sept; 118%
Oct. 118; Union Pacific Railroad, 102; Cen
Rev. David Kerr,
A. hi. Brown, -
(Successors to S. JONES &:.0.•)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
BLY AND SELL ALL KINDS OP
GOLD, SIL' LE AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVORAL'LE TERMS
tS"'"luterest Allowed on Deposits.
JAMES. T. BRADY & CO.
FINANCE AND TRADE,
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,'
MONDAY, August 24, 1888.
In stocks lower prices will prevail, al-
Env Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.'. '
CINCENNA.TI, August 24.—Flour dull;
family, $9,76a10. Wheat dull; No. I, $2;
buyers were not offering more than $1,95
at the close. Corn in limited demand; ear,
-92a93e. Oats steady at 55e for No. 1. Rye
cull at $1;28a1,30. Barley, $2,15a2,25. Hay,
dull and the market is overstocked at slla
13 for prime timothy. Cotton unchanged;
the first bale of new cotton of the seaso n
received in this city sold on change. to-day
by J. 11. Goodhart Sr Co. for 56e per lb; the
quality was good middling. No change in
tobacco and market quiet. Whisky is hold
at 65e in bond, but the demand is light.
Provisions quiet and " unchanged. Mess
pork in moderato demand at $28,75; 2110
bbls sold at.s29 and it was .difficult to buy
below this rate. Lard neglected and prices
nominal; it can bought, at 18%0. Bulk
meats firm, but quiet at 12 1 4a14 1 ,4c:* Bacon
in moderate demand at 13:1017,0 for slioul
*den; and clear sides . . 'Sugar cured hams
dull at 21a22c for city,' Mid 20e . for -Louis.
villo and . St. Louis 'cured,. which are still
.pressing on the Market. Butter drill at
Mak?. Eggs, 16c.,Seed unchanged. Gold,
CBI Telegraph to the Plttzbargh Gazette.)
CLEVETAND, August V.—Flour: city
made is held at $10a1.0,50 for double extra
spring, $11a11,50 for double extra red win
ter; country brands quiet at $9a10,00 for
double extra spring, , $9,50310,50 for double
extra red wintor, and $12a13,00 for double
extra white. Wheat: sales of 8 cars-No.l
red winter at $2,04, and 9 cars No. 2 do. at
$1,92. Corn is held at $1,07a1,08. Oats:
sales of 7 cars at 57 , Ac. Rye quiet at $4 44
for No. 1 State. Barley nominal. Petro
leum in active demand for western trade
and firm anu steady at 28:1290 for prime
light straw to valite and 2 1 1130cforstauda rd
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
MONDAY, Atigr.St 24, 186 S.
'The market, in a general way, continue
dull, and devoid of any new or important
features worthy of special notice. Not
withstanding there has been'quite a panic
.in the Chicago Wheat market for several
days, during which time pyices have de
clined about 20c per bushel, our mills here
continue to take all the Winter Wheat
that offers at former prices„ Flour is dull,
but old is unchanged, and the same is true s
of choice grades of new. Provisions firm,
with a steady business.
BUTTER—There is a steady demand,
and we can report regular sales of prime to
choice fresh packed at 33 to 36c.
EGGS-1n good supply and dull but un
unchanged at 14 to 15c.
. CHEESE—Is quiet and unchanged at 14
to 15c for Western Reserve and Hamburg;
16 to 17c for Factory, and 19 to 20c for
HAY—Is unchanged; sales from country
wagons at *2O to i! , 30, as to quality.
GREEN A PPLEs—Continue dull with a
supply largely in excess of the demand;
sales at from 2.t0 *l per bbl for common
POTATOES—Counti nue to. rile steady
tinder the influence of limited receipts,
prices arc maintained, ranging front 53,50
to 53,15 per, bbl.
GRAlN—Winter Wheat still commands
$2,10 to *2,15 for, prime to enoice Red, not
,withstanding the decline at other points.
Oats quiet and unchanged at GU iu first
hands end 63 to 65, for small lots in store.
Cornis still quoted at *1,06 to 51,12, for
mixed to prime Yellow. New Rye is in
demand at *1,30 to 51,36 with little or none
offering. There has been little or nothing
done in Barley, as yet and no prices have
yet been established; we understand that
brewers and !palters are willing to contract
for No. 1 Spring at $1,75 to $l,BO.
SALT—Is dull andunchanged at $1,75 to
51,80, to the trade,
.for Allegheny River
brands and 52 for small lots in store.
MILL FEED—The mill prices are un-.
changed, as follows;. Screenings 51; Bran
51,10; Shipstuffs $1,30; and Middlings, 52,20.
FLOURChoice brands ' of Old - . Spring
Wheat Flour are still held at 510,75 to $ll,
while Wier Wheat cannot= be quoted
above 511 to 511,25. New Spring Wheat
May be- quoted ' at 59,60 . 510,50, as to
quality. Jrh6 city : mills quote as follows:
Red Wheat, 510,80, in bbls, and 510,50, in
sacks. Are F10ur,59,25, for old.
.LARD OIL—Is irm but unchanged at
$1 20 for No. 2, and 51,50 fer No. 1.
PROVISIONS-Bacon, is 'in steady de
anarid and - firm, - but wit the exception of
Shoulders.. which: are 'a shade laigher,
prices remain unchanged; we now quote at
at 14% to 14% for Shoulders;. 16% to
1634 for Ribbed and 18% to 1834 for Clear
Sides; and 22 to 223 for Sugar Cured Hams.
Lard, 19% to 20, for prime kettle'rendered:
Mess Pork, 530 to 530.50.' •
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSECOH GAZETTE, /
MONDAY, August Z 4, IS6B.
CRUDE—The Crude market continues
dull and panicky, and, compared with Sat
urday, prices have still further declined.
We can report 1,000 bbls, to be delivered
within fifteen days, seller's option, at 12M;
1,500 for October, seller, at 1234 c, and 1,500
November, same option and price. As
will be seen from the above, spot oil cannot
fairly be quoted above 123 c, though Sep
tember, as yet, could hardly be bought be
low 13 or 12.3ic. Teleg ems- from Oil City
report the market very dull,both there and
on the creek, with offers to sell there at
44,75 to $4,80, and on the;creek at $4,50.
REFI,NED--The Refined market is also
very duly and panicky, with a drooping
tendency, and as is generally the case, on a
decline market there are but very few
• buyers, unless considerably below asking
quotations. We can report a line of 2,000-
1 500 each from. September to December, orr
priyate terms; 500 each September to De
cember, on private terms; 500 each Septem
ber to December at 32; and 500 for October,
at 32. August, is nominal at. 31' to 3134.
and September to March was offered at 3L
Private advices from Philadelphia, under
data of Saturday, report a very.sickly mar
'ket, end the great proportiOn of the sales
for some days past are - reported as having
been made to Pittsbiargh bfiyere. Extiart
ers, it is said, are taking-hold very sparing.;
ly,, which is not regarded as a favorable in
dication at this season of the year.
BECEWXS OF CRUDE OIL
Jageman 480 P. Weisenb'g'r... 400
hart & F... 480 13uillxi & X 24
Leech . & Wood.. 320 Morgan & Co 440
McKee & H 160 Fisher & Bro 80
OIL SHIPPED EA ST EY A. Y..A.
Citizens lef. C0.,208 bbls refined to F. A.
Dilworth it, Co., Philadelphia. •
IT. Koehler, 300 do do to C. B. Holbrook;
Philadelphie. , • •
Braun & Wagner, 400 do do to Waring,
King t Co., Philadelphia..
Forsyth, Bro. & Co., 255 do do to Warden,
Frew & Co, Philadelphia.
Lockhart. Frew & Co.. 335 do do to War
slen, Frew & Co:, Philadelphia.
Nat. Ref. &. St.C,o., 400 do do to F. A.
Dilworth dc Co., Philadelphia.
Fawcett, Logan & Stockdale. 200 do do to
W. P. Logan & Bro.. Philadelphia.
Clark & Sumner. 808 do do to P. Wright
& Sons, Philadelphia.
JMcCreery &. Beaumont, 447 do do to W.
P. Logan & Bro., Philadelphia.
E. Jageman & Co., 150 do benzo]e to
Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.
OIL SHIPMENTS PROM DUQUESNE* DEPOT.
Kirkpatrick & Lyon, 226 do do to,W. P.
Logan ?c Bro., Philadelphia.
G. W. Holdship &. Co., 171 do do-to War
ing, King & Co., Philadelphia.
Brooks. Ballentine & Co., 96 do ref. to
Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
H. W. Tweddle, 8 do lubricating to
J. B. Bartlett, Boston.
M. Louts hiarket.
tßy Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
Sr. Louts, August 24.—Tobacco steady
at full prices. Flour very dull and weak,
with only a small local demand; suPerdne
sold at s6a7; extra at $7,25; double extra at
$8a10,25; treblo extra to fancy at $11,25a13.
Wheat —fancy lots and common at full
prices but other grades 5c lower; prime to
choice red fall ranged at $1,80a2,20; fancy
red and white, $2,22a2,40; spring wheat dull
at $1,55a1,60; latter pr ce for choice. Corn
very dull at 94a950 for white mixed; yellow
entirely neglected. Oats heavy at 50a52Mc.
Barley, mixed; 11,65. Rye dull; sales at
$1,12a1,15. Pork very quiet; small sales at
$29,25,75. BICOII Inactive at 13V,,a1335e
for shoulders; 17a z ial73so for clear sides; 20e
for sugar cured hams. Lard; choice held
at 18wal814c. Whiskey dull at $1,25. Re.
ccipts—flour, 4,000 barrels; wheat, 5,900.
bushels; corn, 1,800 bushels;• oats, 22,000
b us h e ls; • rye, 1,900 bushels;.barley, 1,700
Cluetuna Cattle Blarket.
[Sp Telegraph to the Plt.taburgh Gazette.)
Cmcrriisra.Tr,AUgust 24.—Iteercattle vet"
dull and, hardly saleable, owing .. to the cat
tle disease, which has broken' out in tide
vicinity., about thirty having died in tht
last day or so. Hogs lirm and in demand
a t, $8a10,25 gross. Sheep unchanged ant
I By Telegripb to the 'Pittsburgh (3asette.l
MEmems, Aug 24.—Cotton nominal; re
ceipts 3 bales, no exports. Flour is quiet.
Wheat at $2a2,05. Corn at 00e. Oats at 60e.
Hay at $23. Bran at 22e. Corn Meal at
st,6o. Pork at $3l. Lard at 1915a20%e.
Baron .firm; 'shoulders at 14c, and clew
sides at 17%c.