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F l res , t W. rOurica, %Wt.
AND IRON C 0..,
Bar Iron; _ .
-1"Ilrogul Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car Nxies Rolled;
•RailrOad Car Axles Hammered;
Locomotive Frame Shapes;
Piston Heads; ,
Steamboat Shafts; .'
'Piston Bode, Wrists;
Pitman Jaws, Collars, are.
Office, No. 177 PENN STREET,
GRAFF, BYERS & Co.,
Bar, Hoop and Sheet Iron,
'frau Welded Tubes for Gas, Steam,
OIL WELL TUBING.
Office, 98 Water and 182 First Streets.
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
, arettonse, Nos. 166 and 167 FIRST STREET
opposite Monongahela , Rouse,
INETTSBERGEL STEEL WORKS.
. - tzanslassm> is 1845.) •
AND SON & WOODS,
ems OCIMOBS TO ANDERSON, COOK £ CO
Mannfactoresv of every description of
SEST REFINED TOOL STEEL
NM, Malay, Circular, Eking and Cross Cut
SAW Pi: APES:
Spring, Cast and German Plow and 111'titer stet'.
Shovel, Hoe, Pork, Rake and Toe Calk Stenl.
Railroad Spring Steel and Frog Points,Cadt Steel
'Finger liars, :sickle Steel. hpring_Steol Tire, Plow
Wings, otc.,• 011 Drill Steel.
sluice and Works--Corner FIRST .AND ROSS Si's.,
Pittsburgh, Pa • .I,23:dis
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.
MBA NIMICK & CO.
idannfacturers of every description of
CAST AND GERMAN STEEL,
ii:I TITtiiNc' E M . LATToRaisPRINGs ,
AXLES, STEEL TIRE, &c., dus.
Warehouse, 88 Water and 100 'First Sts.
miLLER, Ruin & PARKIN•
• GETIMIAL PARTICICREI:
WM. METCALF, I B MLLE%
GEO. W. BABB, I GRABENAR:UN
- _SPacieL rearsits — S. M. KIER.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
Office, No. 339 Liberty St,
13110111:61 - &
hisitufactnrers of all descriptions of
ce and Warehouse, 120,
_1.22. 124 SECOND
and 119 and 121 FIRST ISTKEETS,
Godeffroy Brancker & Co.,
42 EXCHANGE PLACE. NEW YORK,
Jae prepared,. as Sole Agents in the United States
for the Prussian Mining and Iron Co., of Duisburg
_Westphalia, to contract or sell In quantities to snit
purchasers, (delivered in either New York or Phila.
delptils) the celebrate .1
V. H. SPIEG - ELEISEN
Vsed so extensively for the mannfaetnriog of
Thin Iron lo free from Sulola= and l'hosidiorno, and
contains a heavy percentage of Manganese. The
Bove are also ready to contract for, or sell to arrive,
4 manufactured by
G. ARNDT & CO.,
1 Dortmund, for wUlch latter firm they also have
the Sole Agena_ititbe 'Milted States;
Full particulars, samples, prices - or chemical an
alyele will be prtelalllyjor.ways.iecl App . ljestion. .
purissußag • • •
JELD' MS,. MIME & ,
Keystone Standard, Patent Platform
SC A ES.
Janus Faced Patent Door Locks and Latches.
F.11114T AD D 7/FEE MILLS.
MALLEABLE. IRON, &c.
Coiner of Grant and First Streets,
001112 MILL LID SMELTDI WOICA
PITTSEMTI I C 4 . II .
..P.49.ItH,C. ,3I caUR DYL.II,.',Ccr.;
Manufacturers of Sheathing, Braziers' and Bolt
Copper, Premled Copper Bottoms, iloJeed Still' Hot-
Winn, Speller Alm), Ittipo.',. s and Dealers
in Metal, Tin Plate, Sheet iron, Wire, be. Con
stantly 1/11 hand Tlntierii, atacnittu b it.4l.l`rwls.
iNsrehlresti,Mor 140 itTith;eir and NO
tqwei al orders of Copper. cut to any desfred no t-
MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOlilLii; N. MILLER. President.
These Worts areln nK the largest and most
complete establisbnleants°lii the West, and are nw
prepared to furnish
AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner Carroll and Sinallman Streets,
PFT'TSI3IJILG -1-1 ,
WM. SMITH, •
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE,
FOR GAS AND W &TER WORKS. •
General Castings for Gas and Water Works.
o imutu r t
FITTTE3I3 I T IIGrIEI.
Ensine ,, of e very description.
Boilers, Oil Tanks•
sheet i r on Work.
.O. LIVINOSTON.W. BUILT.W. A. BOBINBON, J.
LIVINGSTON St. CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF -
FINE LIGHT CAsTrNGs,
All descriptions, for Plumbers and Gm Fitters; A.A
rlculturslimplements, Cotton and Woolen Mill Ma
JebWork promptly attended to.
Office and Worim—WASHINGTON AVENUE,
near Outer Depot, Allegheny City, Pa.
SOCCSISOIIS .to ROBINSON, MINIS & MILLIng,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH,
Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary late= En
• nines, 'Blast Engines, Mill Machinery,' Gearing,
Shafting, Castings of all descriptions; Oil Tanks and
Stills, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. IS, corner Ylrst and Smithfield Streets.
Agents for GIFP..k.RD'S PATENT INJECTOR for
feeding Boilers. jallaSS
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Butler Street, Ninth Ward,
(Opposite 'Onion Iron 1111115,)
Rolling Mill and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS GENERALLY
Charges Otters promptly and carefully executed.
EBBERT & MACKLEM
Office and Warehouse, 29 Wood Stmt.
Manufacture and keep constantly on hand
Thimble, Skein and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON BOXES, DOG IRONS,
SUGAR SETTLES, HOLLOW WARE,
And Castings generally. ap2S:ys
iNJEIONLIL CARLIN & CO.,
Fourth Ward 'Foundry and Machine Works,
BANDIIIBILT ST., ALLEGHENY CITY, P.L.,
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Oil Presets, Pul
leys, Shafting Grist and Saw Mill Work,
Mill and Macihne Castings, Grate Bare, Weights,
Wagon Bones, ac. Build to order andhave On
hand Engines of all sizes. mvl4:qs
AND' ROLL. WORKS
1380 Penn Street.
BOLT/lAN, BOYD it MALEY,
Chill Rolla, Mill Castings, Roll Lathes, &e.
ELTON MACHINE WORKS.
_TATIBLISIDID IR 1836.
ufactorl , of STEAM ENGINES, of all slues
and of the most approved pitterna, f or stationary
purposes ; A TEAIWOATS and STEAM FERRY
'BOA.TS. variety at 10, IA and 16 horse power
ENGINES, which will be sold at very reduced
P. F. GEISSE. Wellsville, 0.
Fifty miles below Pittsburgh, on the Ohio river, and
line of C. & P. R. . no9;h2
LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER!
Dealer in all Kinds of Lumber.
ON HAND AND FOR SALE :
500,000 feet Dry Pine Boards;
30,000 feet Dry Oak, -1 and 2 Inch;
20,000 feet Dry Ash, 2,2 X and 3 inch;
200,000 fret Hemlock •
1,000,000 No. 1 DI-Inch'Shingles, sawed;
100,000 No. 1 Minch Shinales, sawed;
100,000 No. 110-Inch Shingles, suaved;
2,000 Locust Posts, 7, 8 and 12 feet:-
300 Cedar Posts.
Also, Flre Brick, Tile and Clay, in large or small
YARDS No. 86 FEEBLE STREET. formerly
Manchester, and 157 REBECCA STREET. oppo
site the Gas Works, Alleglis ny Cloy. .1329:03
FORT PITT LUMBER COMPANY
SNCIIZTARY-T. A. WRIGHT.
Edward.... Davison; L Y. Doman.
John Mellon, • E. 1). Dithrldge,
Geo. W. Dlthrldge, M. L. Malone,
b. A. Johnston.
LUMBER YARD--Corner of BUTLER and LUM
BER STREETS. Ninth Ward.
OFFICE AT roam PITT (+LABS WORKS, Wash
ington Street. • 1120;198
e AS, AND STEAM FITTING.
JOHN M. COOPRII. . .JOS. KAY S 11S11BY MSS
JOHN Me COOPER as, co.,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS
ItfinafocturersotPl7lll.B Arn) SEAN WOIIICo
eaa°a dealers GAB PIXTTIAZU
pge ssl ga s !
Cotner of Tike and Waptht Streets,
SAMUEL M . WICSEBBSAM,
124 First Street, Pittsbure,P 6
Agent for the sale of Cornwall, Doughantore, Jo
sephlnu, Isate Duncantion Stanhope, lilendon.
gni) other braedi of Anthraalte,, Youghlogheay
Care and .q. 11,,Charcosi
Consignments and orders ressmetfully sclicited.
PITTSBURGH GA ZETTE : - FRIDAY,' SEPI EMBER -4, 1868
ENGINES, BOILERS, &c.
EMI, STILL, AND TANK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-FLUED TUBULAR. FIER
. 80% AND CYLINDER STEAM BOILERS.
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND CON-
STEAM PIPES, GABONETERS AND IRON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL BRUTES
Office and Warehouse corner .Second,
Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
air Orders sent to the above address will be
promptly attended to. mh7:lP3
BARNIEILL & CO.,
AND SHEET IRON 'WORKERS,
NOS. 20, 22 21 AND 28 PENN ST
Having secured a arge yard and furnished it with
the most approved machinery, we ate prepared to,
manufacture ever I,e.scription of BOILERS l,rt the
best manner, and • arranted equal to any made
the country. Ch coneys, Breeching,. Fire Beds,.
Steam Pipes, Loc motive Boilers, Condensers, Salt
Pans,Tanks, Oil Stills, Agitators, Settling Pans,
Boiler Iron, Brk ices, Sugar Pans, and sole mann
faourers of Barn Ill's Patent Boilers.
Repairing done .n th shot test notice. 1a5:c21
JAMES M. BITER,
.Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street,
IRON OIL TANKS,
SETTLING PANS. COPPER STEAM PIPE.
ROLLING MILL STAGES,
And SHEET IRON WORE,
JAB= M. BRUB JI.DMIIND D. BRUSH
JARED H. BRUSH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks
SHEET IRON WORK. &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
WARING AND RING,
Coronilssion Merchants and Brokers in
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
PITTSBURGH, PA I .
WARING, 'KING & CO.,
127 Walnut Street.
Petroleum and Its Products.
Pittsburgh Offtee—DA.LBIELL , BUILDING, cor
ner of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets.
Philadelphia WElee-1517 WALNUT EiT.
Id• LONG ac CO.,
PURE WHITE BURNING' OIL,
Mee, No. 2 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh.
STOVES, CASTINGS, &c
COCIEL STOVES. •
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL 410 CO.'S
FOB BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
well to any other Store in the Union.
BIMETAL & 00.,,
No. 235 Liberty Street.
Also on hand and for sale,
HEATING STOVES,_ R
EIRATCOOKING E FRONTS,
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE.,
LINDSEY, STERRIT & EWER,
H. A. JR, WA_ It 3P, ,
837 LIBERTY STREET,
118. PRACTICAL -118.
• :FURNITURE' MANUFACTURERS'
• WiI9LESALE AND RETAIL. •
LEMON & WEISE,
NO. 1.1.8 FOURTH ISTIVE.F.II7.
Constantly on hand every variety of PARLOR and
CHAMBER FURNITURE, together with a com
plete assortment of common Furniture at reduced
prices. • •
Those in want of anything in our line are cordially
invited to call before purchasing.
Work guaranteed, - • ' '
inh2i:nl4 • LEMON & WEN'S.
WILL. S. TAYLOR,
No. 45 01 1 /0 tattiET,,Alloirberkr*,
Thankful for the former voryilbera
, towo g goofs em, I assure air Mende
generally that, In the future se In th
endeavor dill ently to merit a wellsame ,
same, and w 'be always at the sh
Al. 21. and from 11. to 3P. hf. ' I
AND DEALERS IN
Ilanafsotnrers and Importers of
COENEE OF WAYNE,
One Square Below Colon Depot,
Atmrits for FAIRBANKS , SCALES.
CEN TEAL BANK,
NO. 35 BANK BLOCK.
Stockholders Individually Liable.
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL ACCESSIBLE
POINTS OF THE UNITN.D STATES
Particular attention given to the Purchase and
Sale of Uovernruent Securities.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DagOSI 6.
D. W. C. CARItuLL,
JAMES H. HOPKINS,
J. H. WALTKU,
TROIKAS FAWCETT, President
ALLEN KRAMER, Vice President
d. W.,DAVITT, Cashier
M.HEMMINGS, Asst amCaabler
Accounts of Depositors with t e liitAMER
RAIINt RANKING 111/USE have .en tranf,rred to
FORT PITT BANKING COMPANY
No. 169 Wood Street.
NTEEEST - ALLOWED ON
Collections made on all accessible Pointe is the
United States and Canadas.
J no. C. Risher,
Robt. H. E.ng,
James H. Batley
1111_54 s t:ii (1)00 51,1142aa
No. 293 LIBERTY STREET,
CAPITAL, (anthorised,) : $200,000.
H. J. Lynch. Wm. H. Hamilton,
John Murdoch, Jr., Henry Rockstoce,
William Espy, Geo:T. Van Dcren.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Collections made on all accessible points in the
United ti.tates and Canada..
Interest Allowed on Time' Deposits.
UNITED STATES SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD.
H. J. LYNCH. President.
GEO. T: VAN DOREN. Cashier.
AIarBIOCKTIOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK,
Vice Piesident—WlL“An RE/L,
Henry Lloyd, Hon. Tb , on. Mellon; I
\ IS ; I'.
Rest, Th.' Wightman !Geo. . Hallman, m. ,
R. H. Hartley, ;Edward Gregg, :Hiram Stowe
Secretary & Treas'r---S. F. VON BONNIIORST.
SIX PER CENT. INTEREST paid on time de
posits. Deposltsmade on or before Ausust 315 t It will
bear interest from that date. Interest computed on
Ist November and list May. iyal:t76
NATIONAL BANK OF COMIIERCK,
Con of Wood and Sixth Rs
JOS. H. BILL
CAPITAL, : : : $500,000.
Wm. H. Brown,
Allen - Kirkpatrick,
W. 8. Haven,
HART, CAUGTHEY & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
(BIIOcaBBoEB To HANNA, HART a C 0.,)
Exchange, - Coin, Coupons,
And particular attention to he purchase and
Slant profte on 1...0nd0n..101:en
1:10LBIES & SONS,
57 Market Street,
United Collectes i on snide on &U the principal points of the
Ma and Canadas.
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT .AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Particular, attenttbn paid to the purchase and.
United States Securities ,
W ESTERN SAVINGS BANK
No. SS Fourth Street.
Interest pall c;xi Tame I.)ep °site
HUM RECEIVED FROM
ONE. DOLLAR UPWARD ,
DEPOSITS SUBJEC TTERST. TO CHECK. W 1 OUT_
IN - .•
Dleconiato Daily at Lq o'clock.
IM UCCTO REI:
TIIOMPSoN BELL, i A. M. MANSMALL.'
JOS. DILWORTH. ' JOS. ALISILEIL
J. J. GILLESPIE. • ,
stockholders to whom we —
Wm: Forsythe ;.
and the publle
e Past . I shall
nuance of the
p from 7 t V
PH. Imo. m:ciarrz,
W. P. LOGAN,
PAUL H. BACKE,
• George W. Cass,
If, AT 11 A. TE
losepDavid h IHIwo
A. M. Brown,
Thomas Ewing. '
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets.
GOVERMENT AND PACIFIC It. &BONDS,
GOLDI SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought on the most favorable terms. Sells LET
TERS OF CREDIT and DRAFTS a allable In any
part or Europe.
DEPOSITS received subject to check, or INTER
EST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
JANES 11 BRADY 81, CO
(Successors to S. JONES ,k C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
Me' 33.. 301 "EL El ,
BUY AND SELL ALL'RINDS OF
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
Qom' Interest Allowed on Deposits.
ifir 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.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBUR tem GH
er 3, GAZETTE, /
—A novel failure has come to light in
New York. A German doing a large busi
ness in woolens never kept any books,
and notified his creditors he had failed,.
offering 75 cents on the dollar. One of the
creditors offered to take the business and
pay the other creditors in full, which offer
was accepted, and the_ buyer, it is said.
will make $75,000 or #lOO,OOO by the ope
• - -
—The Hartford Life Stock Insurance
Compan, which during the past twenty
two months has sustained losses amount
ing to $410,000, has beenl suspended. The_
capital of the Companp is $150,000, of - W -5 1ticii
$lOO,OOO has been deposited with the tress
of Connecticut, and $50,000 was kept
by the Company for working capital. The I
$lOO,OOO in the treasurer's hands will be
used by the Company for paying losses and
--Closing quotations received by James
T. Brady it. Co.: Gold, 14434; United
States Sixes, 1881's, 114; 5-xo's, 1862,
113%; 5-20's, 1864, 109%; 5-20's, 1865,
111%; 10-40's, 105; 5-20's, January and
July, '65, 108%; 5-20's, January and July,
'67 108%; '6B, 108%; June 7-30's, par less %;-
July 7-30's. do %,; August - 119; -- Sept.. - 119; -
Oct. 118%; Union Pacific Railroad, 102; Cen
CENTRAL LIVE-STMK MARKET.
OFFICE OF'THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
TliumsDAY, September 2, 1868.
The cattle market continues dull, but
prices have been without change for the
week past. There are no extra heavy -.at
tle offering, and good medium commanded
little better prices. The general run of
cattle are light stockers which are not in
much demand, and prices of such are nom
inal. The sales since Wednesday last foot
up over 1,000 head, at prices averaging from
83,00g7,12 per hundred. Since Monday
'last the sales were 680, as will be seen from
the following reported sales:
C Gaines sold 24 head;-weighing 18,350,
to H Errisman, at 4,18.: - r
G Pvrbs sold 20 head, weighing 16,425,10
P Flemens, at 5,25.
Hedges & Taylor sold 19 head, weighing
14,075, to Yohn, at 5,50.
Hedges & Taylor sold 16 head, weighing
11,850, to B Hershy, at 3,90.
J A , Thomps n sold 7 head, weighing
6,975, to J McArdle, at 5,00.
J A Thompron sold 2 head, weighing
1,900, to J McArdle, at 4,75.
J A Thomson sold 9 head, weighing
7,625, to J McArdle, at 4,25.
Holmes, L & Co. sold 44 head, weighing
52,715, to ,P Klemens, at 7,12.
Holmer, L & Co. sold 1 head, weighing
1,010, to P Klemens, at 5,00.
1.1.4me5, L &, Co sold 23 head, weighing
19,700, to J Aull, at 3,50.
Holmes, L & Co.'sold 21 head, weighing
17,800, to &offer &, Myers, at 5,00.
Holmes, L &, Co. sold 25 head, weighing
17,100, to R Grush, at 4,25.
Holmes, L & Co. sold 3 head, weighing
2,200, to Grush, at 3,50.
Holmes, L & Co. sold 20 head, weighing
16,175, to J McArdle, at 4,50.
Holmes, L & Co. sold 21 head, weighing
19,000, to J McArdle, at 3,00.
Hotchkiss sold 21, head, weighing 16,850,
to J McCall, at 3,00.
Yohn sold 15 head, weighing 11,350, to
J Aull Co., at 5,75.
Williams sold 19 head, weighing•
18,075, to J Aull & Co., at 4,50.
Dolan & T sold 6 head, weighing 6,675, to
P Klemens & Co., at .5,50.
Dolan &T sold 6 head, weighing 6,375, to
P Klemens Co. at 5,00. ,
Dolan & T sold 36 head, weighing 39,775,
to J Aull & Co., at 6,50. ,-
Motherwell sold 16 head, weighing 19,625,
to B Klernens & Co., at 6,50.
T Whitselby to Challant, 18 head weigh
ing 19,700, at 6,75. •
Smith & Blue to J Roth 40 bead, weigh
ing'4s,72s, at 6,62. - •
Smith & Blue to J Herron 1, weighing
725, at 3,00.
A Crawford ,to J McArdle, 20 head
weighing 18,250, at 5,87.
Hudson to J Aull, 1, weighing 1.300.
T H Thayer to H Yohn, 36 head, weigh
ing 39,000, at 6,50.
W Scott to J Evans, 21 head, weighing
18,400 at 5,35. -
A Crawford to Kep'erling, 22 head, weigh
ing 19,175 at 5,35.
J Ault to M Hilderbrand, 3 head, weigh
1ng.2.300, at 3,25.
13rainhard to J Anil & Co, 3 head, weigh-
ing 2,900, at 3,25. • •
Brainhard to.) . Aull & Co, 18 head,welgh
ing'ls,sso, at 5,12.
G Clark to Duffy,& Co, 22 head, weigh
ing 26,075, at 4,20.
G Clark to Duffy t Co, 2 head, weighing
1,950, at 3;00.
.1 Kelley to‘P KlPrnetri C 0 , 217 head;
weighing 19,000, at 75,00 per head,-
McClai' , l to II Diller, 20 head, weighing
18,175, at 5,50. . ' •
Smith & Blue to B Booth, 16 head,weigh
ing 14,225, at 5,20.
Smith N Blue to 13 'teeth,' 1, weighing
I,ooo.'ht 5,00. •
L Sbamburg to ,R Mayn, 16 head, weigh
Orr &, Wilikrns 'ollitilorbraid, 19 . hiiad,
weighing 14,000. f at 3,75, , ' . •• .
H Ps & Lafferty to J McArdle, 10 head,
The supply exceeded the demand, espe
cially for medium ana stockers, which
classes were dull and nominal in price.
Good mutton, sheep met with ready sale at
$4,25a4,60 per hundred. Ewes are also in
demand for the Jersey fiats for breeding
purposes. The sales reported since Monday
last were 6,025 head, at from :32,800.4 per
We are reported the following sales:
James - Kinney to Wm Gallagher, 197
head, w.eig,hing 15,750, at 3,95.
Kelley & Cockins to Wm Gallagher 196
head, weighing 15,60(I, at 3,12.
M Galbreth to Win Gallagher, 106 head,
weighing 9.696, at 3,25.
Jas Hawkins to Wni Gallagher, 110 head,
weighing 8,140, at 3,20.
P Leeper to SF Pancoast, 21 head,weigh
1,900, at 3,25.
John Johnson to S F Pancoast, 101 head,
weighing 9,060, at 3,50.
.1 Shanker to C Pearce, 192 head, weigh
ing 15,775, at
J Robison to C Pearce, 220 head, weigh
ing 18,100, at 4,00.
D Holser to C Pearce, 46 head, weighing •
3,725, at— -
Smith & Blue to C Pearce, 1)8 head,
weighing 8,490, at 2,90.
L Holmes k Co to C Pearce, 91 head,
weighing, 7,225, at 3,00.
A N Quick to John C. Loyd 101 head,
weighing 8,5,25 it 3,46.
F I.lttb to John C Loyd 92 head, weigh
ing 8,150, at 1,30.
Hedges & Taylor to John C Loyd 93 head,
weighing 7,840, at 3,12.
Orr az,. Williams to John C Loyd 193 head,
• weighing 8,200, at 3,50.
John McKee to John C Loyd 57 head,
weighing 4,800, at 3,69. '
John McKee to John G-Loyd 217 head, -
at 1,50 per head.
W Weston to John C Loyd 87 head, at
1,62 per head.
'NNT West •n to John C Loyd 106 head, on
diedges & Taylor to H Downing 93 head, _
weighing 7,775, at 3,00
C C Brenard to A Dreneker 204 head,
15,950, at 2,87.
W Minesinger to A Draneker 302 head,
weighing 25,350. at 3,00.
H Walters to A Draneker =1 head, weigh
in,g_l7,46o, at 3,00.
James Houser to A Draneker 125 head,
weighing 9,050, at 3,00.
Myers & Needy to James Batten 435
head, weights g 35,150; at 3,45.
Campbell to D 0 Keller 131 head,
weighing 10,150, at 3,40. -
A Hartley to J E Patten 204 head, weigh
ing 17,175,tit 3,45.
Hedges & Taylor to A Deatrich 159 head,
weighing 13,040, at 3,00.
Hedges & Taylor to A Deatrich 197 head,
weighing 16,900, at 3,50.
Hedges & Taylor to A Deatrich 185 head,
weighing 15,615, at 3,50.
Hedges & Taylor to A Deatrich 151 head,
weighing 12,200, at 3,500.
L & Co. to .A Deatrich 96 head,
weighing 8,325, at 3,50.
M Sinsenbangh to A Deatrich 133 head,
weighing 10,425 at 2,50.
M Young to Wm Deatrich 205 head,
weighing 16,325, at 3,50.
C S Zimmerman to H Deatrich 208 head,
weighing 15,140 at 2,80.
B T Norris to G Pratt 193 head, weighing
15,610, at 3,25.
A P Moore to G Pratt 193 head, weighing
15'310, at 3,25.
A S Gieger to H Hipper 187 head, weigh
ing 15,200, at 3,85.
J Cramblei to S Eby 118 head, weighing
M. Johnson to Aull dr. Myers 222 head,
weighing 17,850, at 2,70.
There is a good demand for choice,
smooth hogs, averaging from 200 to 225 lbs.,
but the receipts of this class• were 'very
light and in small lots, making it very dif
ficult for buyers to select out, such lots as
- as - they might have orders for. The great
est portion of the offerings are "grassers,"
for which there is no Eastern demand, and
in fact, they are not wanted anywhere. The
sales since Monday last were 1,508 head, at
from $8,75 to 11,00 per hundred. The fol
lowing sales are reported:
Geo. Forbes to Croiree E & Co., 13 head,
weighing 2,700, at 10,00..
Hedges & 'l' to Crouse E & Co., 54 head,
weighing 10,490, at 9,70.
Jl.,eyda to Crouse F & Co., 62 head,
weighing 9,375, at 9,00.
Jelin M'Kee to Crouse E & Co., 85 head,
weighing 14,910, at 9,50. •
Orr & Williams to Crouse E & Co., 64
head, weighing 11,000, at 10.25.
J Winnings to S W Allerton 71 head,
weighing 12,375, at 9.12.
Orr & Williams to S W Allerton 77 head,
weighing 11,290, at 9,12.
•B Westheaffer to Singer it Ihmsen 49
I head , weighing 0,525, at
D Holser to Singer & Ihmsen 27 head,
weighing 5,510, at 9,95.
Messenger G it Co. to Singer & Hansen,
107 head, weighing 22,750, at 11,00.
' E W Tabor to Singer &Ihmsen 104 head,
weighing 22,200, at 11,20.
W M 'Eldon to Singer it Ihmsen 94 head,
weighing 23,010,' at 11,30.
Holmes L it Co. to Siii:er & Ihmsen 2S
head, weighing 4,540, at 10,20.
Holmes & Co. to Singer llhnisen 64 head,
weighing 9,925, at 9,70.
C Hudson to Singer I Ihmsen 11 head;
weighing 2,245, at 10,00.
W Blackwood to Singer I lhmsen
head, weighing 6,850, at 9,65.
C Zimmerman to Singer & Ihmsen 4
head, weighing 910, at 9,87.
Messenger & Co. to Gilchrist & Co. 1Z
head, weighing 2,900, at 11,00
Win Coulter to Wesley Hedges 43 head,
Weighing 6,490, at 9,50.
P Leeper to Wesley Hedges 10 head, -
we•ighing 2,150, at 10,35. - •
Holmes L & Co. to Wesley Hedges la
head, weighing 1,725, at 8,75.
W C Campbell to Wesley HedgoS 9 head,
weighing 1,600, at 9,50.
F Weston to Weslevi Hedges 19 head,
weighing 3,075, at 9,50.
John McHugh to Wesley HedgeS 70 head,
weighing 11,360, at 9,15.
Smith it Blue to Wesley Hedges 9 head,
weighing 1,600, at --
Smith & Blue to Wesley Hedges 11 head,
weighing 2,050, at 9,75.
Holmes L & Co. to Wesley Hedgp 6 head,
weighing 1,250, at 8,75.
S B Aikens, to Wesley Hedges 42 head,
weighing 6,400, at . --
A N Quick to Orr & Williams 64 head,
weighing 14,000, at 16,12.
to Orr & Williams 11l head, weigh
ing 17,750, at 9,50.
A E Steel to C M Keys 16 head, weigh
ing 3,000, at 9,75. •
Orr. & Williams to C M Keys 124 head,
weighing 19,825, at 9,75,
New York Dry Goo_ds Market.
[By Telegraph to the Plttiburgh tlazette.)
NEW ()roux, September 3.—Dry Goods
more generally firm for all classes of goods,
particularly woolen and e worsted fabrics and
knit goods. The calico market is beooming
more settled, and prices become better
established; .33c for American Conestoga,
Gl-ucester and Oriental; 13 1 ,4 c for Pacifier
Hamilton, Mello and Muriiells and Mer
rimack D; and 14 for Cochece, Atlantic A.
Heavy brown shbetings in steady request ,
at 17; Pacific , 18%; . Carroll A, - 1634;
Appleton 17; 'Saranac E, 18. One
jobbing house is selling Atlantic H,
sheltings at 113;, less off ten days. which is
a remarkably low price. Colored Cot
ton generally= firm, owing partly to
high price of Indigo. Bleached musling:in
good refine-t, especially , for best makes, -
and prices rule firm. . Domestic woolens,
in good styles and colors, are in active ce
quest and at good prices. while medium
grades have t be held at low rates in order
to secure ready sale.
Chicago Cattle Market
Clump:Go Sept. 3.—Cattle are ingood.de..
wand antefirm..at 06,?..fia6,05 for fair to goca
steers, and V,50 for extra ghoice Phil ping.
Hogs dull; and ildelinedt'lealr. - lor.• best;
itnd.)ss2.3lar *anion grades; sales, at . $3,
8,50 for common, 9,0,50 for fair to meal.
and 9,75 a 10,40, fur good to choice.