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"Nitai Pres% W. I'. roars% suv't.
• ThillIIRGll. FORGE
D IRON CO.,
..lir Iron; - • .' - '
'-'ilroad Fish Bars and Bolts;
. , kilroad Car Niles' Itol l odi' •
. ."' Odlroad Car Axle* .1 3 1arnEt;00411
•- ;coinotive'Frata.ing - "' . '
test:motive Franto Shapes]
3eamboat Shafts; ,
f:lston Beds, Wrists; 7- - - ,
;Masa; Jaws, Collars, &e.
sloe, No. 177 'PENN' STREET,
jtAFF, BYERS &
Hoop and Sheet Iron,
Welded Tubes for Gas, Steam,
OIL WELL TUBING.
:Bee t 98 Water and 4.82 Fhat Streets.
!IVEBSON PRESTON &CO
on: W orks.
icehouse, Nos. NM sidle* 'FIRST STREET,
,site Monongahela Bolas* •
51:d6 • .
r ITTSBIIIIGH jittEt
(Ysr a:aeuj 1845.3
IiNDERSON* - WOODS *
_„__W_3l23/30718 TO ANOEBSOi t . Oo . oli. a • co.,
Manufacturers of every . desthiptlon of
REFENED TOOL STEEL
111111, Malay, Circular, COL:liana Cross Cut
.! . ying, Cast and German Plow and Blister Steel.
',ova, Hoe Fork, rage and Toe Calk Steel.
;,11road Spring Steel and Frog Points Cast Steel
.ter Bars, tickle Steel, Spring Steel Tyre, Plow
cgs, etc.,* 011 Drill steel.
1./.:,e* and Works--corner FTEST,AND ROSS STs.,
fabttrgb, Pa • , , ing;d9
I I)4 ) L1I) :
.03011, NlllllOll CO..
Manufacturers oteverydescriptbsn of
ST AND eiERNILAN STEEL,
•? (L ari v " B ic l L_Z-T'Eumpb' Jim SPBIRQs,
:: 88 Water and 100 First Sta.
. 4 1 4 :411 METCALF, • BEUBEN MILLEB,
W. BARB, I CHAS. PARKIN.
4 SPECIAL PARTNER-3: M. KIM&
CRESCENT STEEL . WORKS,
Office, No. 339 Liberty St,
ie PTITSBIIIMPI; PA.
*, itACH DIAMOND
.!, manteactaTir:f der**, of
•:.pce and Ware once ,_ 1112. 192 fIECQND
119 and 121 DIST EiTILF,ETS.
• \ PITTSBURG_ Er•
~N leffroy Brancker & Co.,
.i: .. I . •
42 EXOHANGE PLACE. NEW YORK,
.:•3.- • • -.-., . . ~.• -, '.... ,
~,1, prepared, as Sole Agents in the United States. t
•lthe Prussian MCo.,ning and Iron co of Duisburg,
ttphalia, to contract or sell , quantities to snit
.Lhasers, (delivered in either Rea- York or Phila.
..pida) the celebrater
.1 1 ? , H. SPIEGELEIEN,
to extensively for the mannfocturing et
St Iron is free from gplphar and Ehoaphorns, szkil'
:,- . .,.i, ! r . ; tains a heavy pereent,age of ganganese. The
e are also ready to contract for, or sell to arrive,
•. -, '.. - STEEL RAILS
-:„.;., ... _ Manufactured by ',.
_.. , _ G. AR DT it CO.,
-..k.. - ' .
• rtmund, fOrlirhic4 . latter Arra' tliey also have
'24- -;, • . Sole Agency in the United.'Silited. ' , '
,i ii n partic u l ars , samples, prices or chemical an
: will u2o bepromptly forwardedon apPlication. i:
': NOVELTY: WORKS.
• ,• - .
'f NOVELTY WORKS.
M'EEE -&- CO.;
- . • t
te.yatone Standard. Patent Platform
• S E
`4uts Faced Patent Not Loeb and Latches,
4Anirr AHD 11FES MILLS. "i t,
MALLEABLE IRON, at.
.ii?mter of Grant and First Streets,
AKE SUPERIdit •
t\ OWES KILL a1D1370111110 WOW2CB,
PARK, tfcCURDY & CO., •
, F•.',jinfacturers of 'Sheathlntr,
m t , raz_lers ae * . and u Bo ßo t. lt
Prealed l, 77Pl 4 : s o o . T apae l!al a
ra and Dealers
Pegel el l e l r n 8 ;134: Sheet Iron, Be. Con
aptly on hand Tln
;'Warehouse tin. fir
-:6/peel al orders or VORIG any. desired
ELTON MACHINE WO : lifi.
ESTABLISHED rr 1836. _ _
nfactory of STEAM E NGINES, of all sizes
and of the most approved pattersz,fenstattoazu7
purposes - STEAIMOATS and . emicAls victim
BOATS. • A variety of 10, 18 and 18 horse power
ENGINES, which will be sold at very reduced
in**l4 P. P. GIEMMIK. alLeiol is, 0.
Tlfty miles below Pittsburgh, on tbe Oblortver, and
line of C. & P. R. no9:la
L UMBER! Lunn= Luutumw
, . •
Dealer.ln all Hinds of Liauttei.
. • ON HAND AND FOR SALE
500,0 q feet , Dry Etheiloarda;
30,0 feet Dry (hike - Enid
20 OD feet Dry Asti 2; 23; and inch;
. 2011 .0001..0 liernloei• _
1,000,000 No: I iB-InetiSalrigies;aawed;
100,000 No. Ilo.lneit Shingles, salved;
100,000 No. 116-Inch Shingles as laved;.
2,000 LOcuat Post.a, and 12 feet;
300 Cedar Posts:
Also, Fire Btrek,Vlle and , c lay. - la large or amall
Yairsa No. . 80 PIIEBLE STREET. formerly
Manchester; - and 157 REBECCA. STREET, oroo
alte the Gins. Works , ny Olt y. ,„ lyzntla
Edward Davison, IL. F. Duncan.
John Mellon, E. D. Ditltridgo.
Geo. W. Dithridie, M. L. Slaloae-
R. Johnaton.' ---
LUMBER YAED--Corner. of. Btrri.au and Ltrm-
BEE STREETS, Ninth Ward.
OFFICE AT FORT PITT GLASS WORKS, Wash-
ington Street. • • . 1820498
GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
JonN aG c00ppa.......t05. KAY.— &swat msg.
JOHN COOPER oft CO.,
GAS—AND . STEAM FTITERB,
AND TUBING , sina
Corner of Pike and Walnut Streets";
124 First Street, Pittsbuigaipa.
i _o ,
Arent for the sale of Cornwall, Dongbarnn - r., r
aephine, Isabella, Duncannon, that* Olendon
and other brarda Anthracite
Coke and°. B. Char o coal rughlogheny
Coneign' mentiind orde.rs ftsFectrially
MORTON STREET; Ninq Ward,
I s ITM@;I3I73ELGIEL
TlROMilii N. Nwrxrn, President
These Works are among the largest and moat
complete e.stablialinients in the West, and are now
prepared to tarnish
Eseginis, of every dese,rlPthm
Boilers, 011 Tanks.
Sheet Iron Work.
Bolling Hill Castings.
MID, PIPE WORKS.
Corner Carroll and SumMunn' Streets,
. • 1 - anxtfacturer of
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE,
FOR GAB AND WATER Y WORKS..,,Beagrilft:V=ZlNgiraEgxli%
General castings for Gas and Water Works.
o ltnliglo s call the
L. 0. LIVINGBTON.W. B. BURT.W. A. Rh
LIVINGSTON & CO.,
.FEN.E' . LIGHT CASTENGB
All descriptions, tor Plumbers and Gas Pittera;
rienitarel Implements, Cotton and :WOoten_Myi
obWorit promptly attended to.
(Mee' and WOrIei—WASHrtiGTON. A
near Onter Depot.; Allegheny City, Pa;
oBRifitlN BEA 61.0 4
Suotestorn to ROBINSON, Mins it: Miliants,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. PITTSBURGH,
MarnallaclaUers of Boat and Sta i nonary Steam. En.
1 2 218 . and S heet Iron e w oCh n . s '
.Once,, No. 22. corner First and Smithfield Streets.
Agentstor GIFPABD'S PATENT INJECTOR: tor
feeding Boners. •• :
310 NT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Butter Street,W 1 iTth Ward,
(Opposite Union Iron Mil%)
Bolling Mill and Bridge Castings,
' THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
IILiCHINERY .AND CASTINGS _CILLY.
Orders promptly and carefully execeted.
• • • FfiIBERT & MACKLEM
- BERLIN FOUNDRY.
OM* ;and Warehouse, 29 Wood Street.
'lttaxinfacture and keep conitai,tly on band
Thin:ibleii - Eike4i and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON BOXER. DOG IRONS,
BHGAR. KETTLES, HOLLOW WARE,
And Casting. generally. _ apw:y6
T IU " ODM CARLIN & CO.,
Fourth Ward Foundry and Nathino - Works,
BAXDUBICY ST., ALLEGHENY CITY,
linsinitestsrers of OtealztErnei gee set,
lalf-'Blplrting, Grist and Saw Mill Work,_ Rolling
and Machine Castings, Grate Bars, Weights,
yiagon•Boxes. Le. Build to to:Mar and have on
Band Engines of &Ulises. mvl4:qs
• AND ROLL: WONNB
~ 8 80 Penn StroOt.
BOLT AN," BOYD & BAGALEY.
thin tins; mui Castings, latthes,&c.. • ,
ORT PITT LUMBER CORIPANY
ociiital, • - - 11125,000.
pintsmsrev:EDwAß.D . DITHRIDGE.
SzeurrAny—T. A. WRIGHT.
-PITTSBURGH GA2ETTE - i WEDNESDAY, SEPTVMBER 2 i 1868
ENGINES, BOILERS, &c.
BOILER, STILL -ASIB TASK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
Ttanmmt, DOUBLE- FLCICD TUBULAR, FIRE
BOX AND CYLINDER STEAK BOILERS.
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS.
CHLIINEyS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING. PANS, SALT PANS AND CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERs AND IRON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL SHIITES
OMee and Warehouse corner Second,
Third. Short and Liberty Streets.
XII' Orders sent to the shave address will be
promptly attended to. mh7:jB9
WM. BARiNHILL & co.,
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. SIO, 22, 24 AND 26 PENN ST.
Having ed a farge yard and furnished it with
the most approved machinery, we are prepared to
manufactt e every description or 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, 011 Stills, Agitators, Settling Panc,
Boller Iron, Bridges, Sugar Pans, and sole mann
&curers of Barnhill's Patent Boilers.
itepplring done on the shot test notice. 155:521
JAMES M. BITER,
.Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street,
IRON 'OIL TANKS,
" SETTLING PANB, COPPER STEAM PIPE,
ROLLING MILL STACKS;
r And SHEET IRON WORK,
atramm.autritt.i..." =KURD D. BRUM
J ARED M. BRUSH & SO ,
Steam Boilers, Oil ISM, Tanks.
= IRON WOES. &C. .
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
C oollll .l l lslollMerehantsiand Brokers in
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
T et( BIitYrHERS, • I.
Petroleum and its Products.
Pittsburgh Utice--DALZBLL , BUILDING, ear
ner or Duquesne Way and Irwin streets.
Philadelphia WALNUT BT.
H M. LONG & CO.,
• . MANUFACTURERS OP
Onicp, No. Q DRquesne .Way, Pittsburgh.
STOVES, CASTINGS, 'arc.
• 1 L CET THE BEST.
BIitISEIAL it CO.'S
FOE UMIXO US COAL.
Wonlui l ted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
well assay other Mayo la the Video.
BlSST r rii, & CO. ,
No. 285 Liberty Street.
Ala* on band and for Bale;
PARLOR STOVES, -
GRATE FRONTS FENDERS,
COOKING EA.NGES, ac.
EW HARDWAUE MOUS
LINDSEY, STERRIT & EUWER,
Ifarstsetn.rers and Importers of
El A. 11, 11E) WARE,
837 LIBERTY STREET,
One Square,lteleer Onion Depot,
Argale for P ; AIRBANXB , SCALE&
118 .„ - PRACTICAL • 1191
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
NO. us vo;Crortit slimmer.
Canitatitlytm hand every varlet* of PARLOR and
CHAMBER FURNITURE, together with a com
plete. assortment of aoninzon ; Furniture at reduced
ose In want of anything In our Line are cordially
Invited to call before purchasing. •
- mh2linl4 , • LEMON & WEISZ.
WILL. S. TAILOR,
- .PAIN . TER, •
No. 4a 014;0 STRENT, illeghenr.
Thankful for tho former very liberal patronage be
stowed upon me. .I assure my friends.and the public
generally that, In the future as in the past, / shall
endeavor diligently to merit a continuance of the
same, and w❑l be always at the shop from If to
♦. M. and from /to P. kt. *72lmM
WARING, KING & CO.,
127 Walnut Street.
CORNER or WAYMS.
li 50 1 / 1 - 6
41 4,1 zi all
NO. 33 BANK BLOOM
Capital - $100;000.
Stockholders Individually Liable.
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL ACCESSIBLE
POINTS OF THE UNITLD STATES
Particular attention given to the Purchase and
Sale of iiovernrnent Securities.
aNTINEST PAID Or This DIPOSITS. ,
THOMAS FAWCETT, MADISO' BAILEY,
D. W. C• CARROLL, W. P. LOGAN,
JAMES B.MORKINS, GEORGE BINGHAM,
JULIUS ADLER, JOSHUA RHODES,'
JAMES DOWN, PAUL H. MACKE,
J. H. WALTER, JAMES Vroxs. •
THOMAS FAWCETT, President
ALLEN KRAMER" Vice Piesident.
J. W. DAVITT, Cashier
M. HEMAII ,..,_2. N i GS Asstaant Cashier
Accounts of Deposittir -1
with the KRAMER. k.
RAHN! RANKING E have been trauferred to
FORT PITT BA .
. 00d street. _
STOCKHOLDERS IN IV L IDUALIY LIABLE.
AND I COLD. '
INTIREBT, ALLOWED ON TINE DEPOSITS.
Collections wide 'on all accessible points In the
United States and Canadas.
D d l imla ti ate llo ince tte rd r o . 'n... D '
7 nRB b ° I I . C M R . ILl isb n e k,
Z. raweett: • " • James IL Salley.
No. 293, LIBERTY MEM
CAPITAL, (authorized,) t t s s $200,000.
H. J. Lynch, DIRECTORS.
• Win. H. Hamili
John Mordoch, . Jr., I Henry Bockatoce " ,
William Espy, 6eo. T. ! Van Doren.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Collections made on all accessible points In the
United States and Canada. •
Interest Allowed on The Deposits.
UNITED STATES SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD
H. J. LYNCH, President. -
GEO. T. VAR DOREN. Cashi•r
MrSTOCXHOLDERB TY DIVEDITALLY LIABLE.
PEOPLES SAYMIS BANK,
CASH CAPITAL $lOO,OOO.
Vice Prestdent—WlLLlAM REA.
Henry Lloyd. , Hon. Thos. Mellon, ;E. P. Jones,
.Geo. W. Hallman, Wm. Rea,
'R. H. Hartley, Edward Gregg, Hiram Stowe
Secretary & Trilier--S. F. TON BONNIIORST.
SIX PER CENT."INTEHEST paid on time de
posits. Deposita made on or before August 15th will
bear interest from that date. Interest computed on
let November and Ist May.
BANK . OF COMIEBOE
cor.of Wood and Sixth. Ste.
A. PATTEASOA President.
JUL H. HILL Gambler.
. ezt,l7.l:T4L, : $500,000. .•
Pitterso I":"C rjrcr4e W. Cu . ', •
Chu: Lockbkrt ,' JamehllcCandless,
Allen Kirkpatrick, I ;ft: Ba as '
W. tl. Haven, r ; • -
DISCOLDTS DAILY, AT lI A. D.'
HART, CAUGELEI & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
COrner Third and Wood Streets,
ORICCE&LILS TO HANNA, HART s C 0.,)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And particular attention paid to he purchase and
Bight Drafts on London.
N HOLMES & SONS,SBALIV - 32EMPLES,
57 Market Street,
Pl'r • r • ratirrlttal:X. PA.
Collections made on all the principal point, of the
United stales and Canada&
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities
sovapr AND SOLD ON 00/113iDesION.
sa Particular attention paid to the purchase and
United States Securities.
wESTEILN SAVINGS BANS,
NO. 59 Fourth Street.
interest paldon'lnzato ilerooalte
ANY BUM NECIICIYiI)RI
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD..
Direosas 317133ffir ic Y0 TEIZOIC. WITH - 913y
)yoxnantil Dolly at 171 o'clock.
Vine President—A, M. MAASHALL,
THOMPSON BELL, I A. M. MARSHALL,
joll. DILWORTH. JOB. ALBREE.
J. .1: GILLESPIE,
suieltholders to whom ard
W' t ra. Forsythe,
Wm. Caldwell, •
Bevnry . David Kerr,
4. h. Bwron,
W. DAVITT, Cashier
OFFICE! OP PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, '
TUBSDAX, Seßteßiberl, /868 ,
The New York Stock "quotations tci , day
as received by Mr. Ph. R. Mertz, were as
follows: Gold 144%; 1881's, 1443%; fr-20's,.
1862, 113%; do 1864, 109%; do 1865,111; do
new, " 108; do 1867, 107%; 10.40'5, 105%;
Cleveland de Pittsburgh 86%;.F0rt _Wayne,.
101%; Western - Union Telegraph 34%;
Adams Express, 48;' Erie, 47%; New York
Central, 125%; Readfog.; DOW Michigan:
Southern, 85%; Chicago it Rock Island,
101%; Chicago (Sr. North Western, 8434; do
Preferred, 843%;Dhi0 & Mississippi Certill
—The following, which we clip from the
Chicago Tribune, of Monday., will not be
very palatable to. those who have been .
preaching up high prices for Grain and
Flour, Ai will be seen, the receipts of
Grain for the twenty-four hours ending on
Saturday, were over half a million of
bushels. -We also see it stated that there
are already thousands of bushels of Wheat
on the banks of the Upper Mississippi
waiting for transportation. Here is what' I
the Tribune says:
The movement of grain toward this city
is• almost of the avalanche order; its re
receipt here is regulated only by the
carrying capacity of the. raliroads: and the
number of canal boats available. The re
ceipts reported this morning foot up a total
530,29 t bushels, or 24 'full cargoes. The
inspection of grain to 11 o'clock this morn
ing, for Monday's report of receipts, is 398
cars of wheat, 296 cars and 76,300 bushels
corn, .275 cars and . 23.500 bushels oats 55
cars rye and 34 cars of barley. Total, 1,0 5 8
cars and 99,800 bushels, or a total of 598,009
bushels. The shiriments reported this
morning were only 268,630 bushels of
grain, hut just about one half the receipts,'
.and the-purchases to-day gave promise of
no better things for Monday. -There ism
disguising the fact that shippers are hold
ing off for lower prices, believing present
values to be. fictitious." Their. abstinence
to-day marked a decline, which would have
been somewhat greater= but for speculative
purchases to fillshorttrfOr,the month: E As
it was,ahiPpers,were able 'to makcitip
goes at reduceffprices.
—Closing quotations redel;ied.by •Janies
T. Brady, & Co.: Gold, 144%;- 'united
States Sixes, 1881's, 113 X; 5-20's, 1862,
113; 1.20'5, 1864; 109;g; &1320" '1866.
1111(,; 10-40's,' 105 X; 5-20's, January and
Juy, '65, 108 Y.; 5-20's, January and July,
'67 107%; '6B, 107,%; June 7 ± 30114 ,r7Par lea§ V.;:
July 7-30's. do y ‘ ; Angnst - 119: - Sept.; 119;
Oct. 118%; Union Pacific Railroad, 102; Cen
OFFICE CF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, /
Ttrzsrokv, September, 1 1868,
' .The general markets are quiet, and with
out important change in any material re
spects. • While there is a fair volume of
business, in the aggregate, the operations ,
in most of the leading articles' are of an
unimportant character, and round lot sales .
are of rare occurrence. This Is owing
mainly to the - uncertainty in regard to
values; there aro many who hate the means
and disposition to "pitch In," hut they are
timid In regard to prices, being very ap
prehensive about future movements. •
BUTTER-1s in fair demand, and we
can report regular sales of prime to choice
at 35 to 37c.
EGGS—Scarce and in demand, and fresh
packed may be quoted firm at 180.
CHRESE—Is quiet and unchanged at 15
to 16c for Western Reserve and Hamburg;
18 to 17e for Factory; 18c for Goshen, and
20e for Sweitzer.
GREEN APPLES—In good supply and
dull but nanainally Anchanged; we con
tinue to quote at $l2 to $3,50 per bbl, as to
HAY—Sa'es at Allegheny Diamond mar
ket of 64 loads at $2O to $3O per ton, and 3
loads Straw at $l2 to $l7. Baled Hay may
be quoted at $25 to $3O for fair to prime.
SEEDS—Flaxseed is in good demand at
$2,25, and but little offering. Small- sales
of Timothy Seed at 13 25 to $3.50. Clover-
seed is nominal - at $7,50 to $B.
GRAlN—Wheat - IS arriving freely,
though it is mainly consigned to the mills; I
this is Owing to the fact that the matairin•ls.
so small 'that dealers do
_not • care about
handling it. We continue to quote Winter
at. /2,10 to $2,12 for Red, and about 5 cents
hlgherlor White. Corn ;is 'in; better de•-•
mend and mote active tot not ,quotably
higher,as yet; sale or l ,oo(reacksmlXed •
•Tennetsee at $l,lO, and 5 cars prime Yellow
at sl,ll—the latter is generally held at
$1,12. Rye is quiet and unchanged, with •
sales 01 1 ,38 to #1,40. Oats in fair supply,
but held firmly, and wo: continne•to quote
at 60' to 61e, on track, and 64 to 65c; in :
store. We can.report two oars of Barley at
$l,BO, and 500 bushs do aksl,9o.
POTATOES--steady but unetninited at . f
13,50 to $3,75 per bbl. Jersey Sweets, $6,50
LARD OIL—Is firm but unchanged at
$1,20 for No. 2: and $1,50 for No.l.
PROVISIONS—Bacon is in steady de
mand, but unchanged at• 14 'to; 14%e for
Shoulders; 16;4 to 16%c for bbed, and
18% for Clear Sides, and 22 to 22% for Su
gar Cared Hams. Lard is mooted at 19x to i
Pte. .IVIEJEJEITEZ 9
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets.
GOVERNMENT AND PACIFIC R. R. BONDS,
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought on the most favorable terms. Sells LET
TIM OF CREDIT and DRAFTS a enable in any
part of Europe.
DEPOSITS received subject to check, or INTER
EST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
LILES T. BRUIf 8c Co.,
(Successors to S. JONES & 00..
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
IV ME. .1M" Mt
BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS OF
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
Itlir Interest Allowed on Deposits.
so , sioney loaned on Government Bonds at low
est market rates. •
Orders executed for,the Perches. and
Sale of STOOKS, BONDS and GOLD.
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.
'6D'e Eittobittg Ctkttts.
FIN4MCD AND MW)D.
19% in tierces; and 21 to 2134 in kegs. Mess•
Pork $30,50 to 31.
SALT—Continues dull and unchanged at.
$1,75 to $l,BO to the trade, and $2, for small
lots in store.
FLOUR—The market is quiet and un
changed. Spring Wheat Flour may be
quoted at $10;50 to $10,75 for old, and $lOV>
$10,25 for, new. Winter Wheat, $ll to
$11,25. The "Pearl" and "City,Mills" con- C
tinues to quote at $11,30 for White Wheat,
in barrels, and $ll in sacks and. Red Wheat.
at $lO,BO in barrels, and $10,50 in sacks.
Rye Flour $9,50 for old.
-PrTTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET_
OFFICE. OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
,_.TUESDAY, September 1, ISG&
The market was more active today, the'
sales, in the aggregate, being larger than ,
for several days previous, but prices, gen
erally, are a fraction .lower. Sale of 1,000 ,
bbls, seller's option, 1868, at 1030; 1,000 to ,
be delivered on first water at 110; 400 bbls,
on spot, at 11%c; 200 do at 12c; 4,000, all
1868, seller's option, at 103-c; 1,000 each
September to December, inclusive, 4 110,
and 1,000, all 1868, buyer's option, at 12' ,e.
As will be seen, seller's option, 11 , 68, is off'
half 8 cent compared with yesterday, when
it sold at 11c; while spot oil is unchanged
at 14,1 to 12c. At the close, we heard of an
offer to buy all 1868, buyer's option, at 12c.
The market continues in a very unsettled
and complicated, though prices appear to
steadily giving way, and the "bears" con
tinue EC -) have things pretty - much their own
The market for Refined .continues pan
icky and unsettled, though, as in the case
of Crude, prices are slowly but steadity .
givinevray. Occasionally there is a slight ,
2 eaction, but it is of ,short duration, and 1
the market soon works back to where it
was previously. ' There was a sale of a.
'line" of 500 each from ,September to De- ,
camber at 30c, and at the close, spot oilwaa
quoted at 30c; the last half of September at
303ic, and 3034 c for any of the late - months
up to and including December.. In Phila-.
dolphia, September is reported as having
been sold at 3034 c, at 9 _a. m.;• 30c at 11; 31
at 123 p. m.. and October and November
at 310—aome 12,000 bbls were reported as
having been sold in that• market at the
above figures. Free oil is in fair
and we can reportsales of 25 and 50 barrel
lots, ofeterkdarpthite' •
at 28c. Light straw •
to whitelttaybe.kpoted at 2,5 to 26c.
RECEIPTS OP citrrng aft: - - - '
Fisher ei Bro 500 R. D. Clarke. -..•6e0 - .
Citizens Ref. Go. 769 Lockhart:et Ill.:- 960 '
.D. hi. Edgerton. 200.3. Gallagher: 560
Total • ' 3640
OIL SHIPPED EAST HT A. V. B. R.
H. Koehler & Co., 250 ,bbls refine4lo!
Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.
• Forsyth, Epp. ,Co.; 800 dO'do to' Wari44.3
Frew & Co.; Ildlidelphia. ''" , •
Fawcett, Logan it Stockdale. 100 do do to
W. P. Logan & Bro, Philadelphia.. i-
Livingston & Bro., 350 do do to War
den, Frew it Co., Philadelphia. ,
McKelvy Bros. & • C0.,227 do ref. to W. P. .
Logan & Bro., Philadelphia.'
Clark & Sumner, 200 do ref. to P. Wright
& Son, Philadelphia.
- Livingston - dc-Bros., 50 benzole to War
den, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Braun & Wagner, 146 'do benzole, War
ing, King & Co., Philadelphia..
OIL SHIPMENTS FROM, DUQUESNE DEPOT.
Warden & Batchelder, 75 bbls refined to
Warden. Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
G. W. Holdship & Co., 95 do do. to King it co.; Philadelphia.
H. M. Long & Co., 75 dodo to Waring,
King gteo., Philadelphia.
Union Ref. Co., 56 do do to.W. P. LOgan
& Bro., Philadelphia.
Brooks, Ballentine d t Co., 68 do do to
Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Dun= it Williams, 103 do do to Waririg,
King & Ce., Philadelphia. , • •
H. M. Long & Co.. 25 do do to Warden,
Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
New York Produce Market.
[By Telegraph to the Pitts*ittit Gazette:)
NEW YORK'. September L.-Cotton more
active and firm; sales of 250 bales at 303ie
middling uplands. Flour -I.oyegnlar and
unsettled, and 10a15e lower; receipts, 6,000
barrehi; sales of 1,400 barrels at 56,75a8,00
for superfine State and western, - 57,80a8,90
extra State, 57,80;19,75 extra western, 59.90 a.
11,75 white wheat extrt, 4,18,50a12,00 - round
hoop Ohio, 110a10.25:extra St. Louis,. /1,50 a.
, 1 4.00g00d to choice,'cloitingittdet. • Califor- -
via flourquiet; saleit.ot4sofaacks at - 59,90a
12,00. Itya.flour dullandslowert at 57a9,25.
Corn, meal quiet; sales .of 300 harTelsefts
li6itt at 10,24 Whiskey' nominal at ' 08a
70c. Wheat la2c better • for • spring, 2a4e.
lower - for winter; sales 34,600 bushels
at 52,00a2,04 for new and old No. 1 spring,
latter price for delivered. and • $2,10 .No. 1
spring; $2,2234 for new-red ludip.pa; $2,30
for new amber Michigan; 182,. r
20,53 , for.
new white Michigan; 52,80 for extra choice
do., and $2,19 for white California. Rye
quiet, sales 41_600 bush we.stern - at Wale.
BarleyMilt - qulet. Corn; receipts, 40,715-
bush; market la2c better, with an active
emand, chiefly for hothe usealtd specula- .
tidn; - sales 0f7134,000 bush, at 51,18a1,24 for •
utte0ttnd;_51,2,54,26 for sound mixed west-.
ern; $1,24a1;24% for old do in store, and
51,27 for Southern yellow. Oats receipts.
61,838 bn4h; market. quiet; 'Sales 0f'59,000.
bush,, at 81c lbr western in store; 823.ic
afloat, and 72a750 for 'new, do„ the latter
price afloat. Rice dull. Coffee quiet; sales
of 900 bags of Rio on private terms. Sugar
in fair request.; sales of 1,000 hhds, at 1034 -
II.;"‘c for C:uba and 11a1134c forPorto Rico.
MolasSes dull. Hops quiet, at .10a40c for
American. Petroleum steady,' at 14Nal5c
for crude and 31%c for refined bonded.
Pork quiet and heavy; sales of.. 1,500
bbls, at 82'8,70x28,85:f0r mess, clos
ing at $28,75 ca ; - 528,75 for old
do; 523,75a24,12 for lune; $25,7.5a28 for
prime mess; total s ck- of old and new,
54,068 barrels, last month, 69.7000; last year,
78,311 barrels. Beef steady and unchitnged;
sales of 125 barrels at 514,50a20,50; for new
plain me,s; stock of old and new, 18,293. •
packages; last month, 20,855 packages; last
year,1,250 packages. Tierce beef nominal.
Beef dull at $25a31. Cut meats firm; '
sales of 145 packageeat 133,ta14c for shoul
ders; 16a1.934c for hams; middles firm and
quiet; sales of 30 boxes Cumberland cut at
15c; 100 boxes short clear to arrive at pri
vate terms. Lard a shade firmer; sales of
450 tierces at 1834a19y.0 for , steam; 1 9 / a s
1934 c for kettle rendered. .Butter quiet and
heavy at 34a38c for Ohio; 375t430 for State.
Cheese dull at 13a17c. •
LATEST.—FIonr closed dull and saloc•
lower. Wheat Gull and heavy, lti2c lower
for winter,,quiet for spring with some little
export demand: Rye quiet and steady at:
81,60a1,62 for Western. Oa a steady at 81c in
store; 81y0 afloat for old western: 70a73 ihr
western at deot, and M '.
75 afloat. - Corn didlrailroad
at 51. p 1710,M. for 74
sound, and 81,23a1,24 for sound new mixed
western afloat. Pork quiet at 528,75 for
mess cash and regular. Beef unchanged.'
Cut Meats quiet and steady. Bacon firm,.
With fair enquiry; small sales of' Cumber-
land at 15c. Lard firm and quiet at 19a
25rc fair to prime steaUt , Eggs steady
-• ' New York Dry Goole Maraut••
Cry Telegranb to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
NEW Yoult, September L—Dry Goods:
there is rather ;a better feeling in' the Mai
ket ,for...dotnestic Cottons anti we note. ad
vance in Lowell Prints of %o, and 'of the
Ali:writ:am of y.(e; the - former nikw bring
I.le and the iatter, 131.0; this` 'shows the
tendency of the market. All the regular
makes of prints in deairable styles now'
bring 13a133, while the Cocheco are held
at 140. , Heavy Brown Shoetings firm at
IGal7e bes.t.Soutnern and Enstorn makes.
Bleached Muslins steady at 2Se for New .
York Mills, 220 for Tuscarora,He for Ma
sonville, and Vic for New York Ida Mills.
paper Cambrligi in steady request at 130
for IViasonVilte. Blackburn twilled Sneak&
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