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IRON AND STEEL WORKS.
COLEMAN, HARM & CO.,
Iron, Nall', and Steel. Carriage and
Wagon Springs and Axles.
Duquesne. XL. had Juniata Alsrrhant Bar, Round
and square Iron; Band, Hoop. Sheet and Plate Iron;
Oval, Half Oval urd Half Round Iron; Cylluder and
-Wagon Box iron:Drag and Dropper Bara; told
Plat Hall' fur coal Roads; Cut .Nails and Sakes;'
Plow. Spring and A.B. Steel: LanalnatedtStecl; Cut
ter Bars, Crow Bars, &c., &e.
Office and Warehouse-77 WATER STREET,
Pittsburgh. • . • .
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.'
SINGER, HEM ez. CO.;
Manufacturers of every description of
'CAST AND GERMAN STEEL,
, RAILWAY SPPIN G5l
VT.LIETIt. i"LATFORM SPRINGS.
STEEL TIRE, &c., &c.
Warehouse, 83 Water and 100 First Sts.
MILLEII" . BARIt & PARKIN.
WM. "IdETCALF,I REUBEN MILLER,
GEO. W. BAUR, CHAS. PARKIN.
SPECIAL. PARTNER-S. M. KIER
CRESCENT. STEEL WORKS,
MTT.T ;VTR, I3AIIII pAitirarr,
Office, No. 339 Liberty St,
fe14:4148 PITTSBURGH, PA
PARK, BROTHER & Ca.;
Ifanitfactnrers of all descriptions of
Once and Warehouse_ t 1211,15151. 1914. SECOND
and 119 and 1111 FIRST ISEKETS, •
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
[ESTABLISH= /X 1E45.]
ANDERSON & WOODS;
cauccaTaoss TO ANDERSON, COOK * C 0.,)
Manufacturere of every deeerttlynef
BEST REFINED TOOL STEEL.
Hill, Malay, Circular, Gang-and Crois Cut
Spring, Cast and German - Plow and Blister. Steel.
Shovel, Hoe, Fork, ttake and - Toe Calk Steel.
Railroad Spring Steel and Frog P_oints, Cast Steel
Singer Bars,,plekle Steel. Spring Steel Tire, Plow
Wings, etas Oil Drill Steel.
Omcu andWorks—Corner FLRST AND ROSS STS:,.
Pittsburgh, Pa .1728:0
Godeffroy , Brancker
• 42 EXCHANGE . PLANE NEW Tax, - -
Are prepared, as S.ole Agents in the United States
for the Prussian 3lining'and Iron Co., of Duisburg,
Westphalla,.to contract or sell •ln quanUtleato suit`'
purchasers, (delivered in either New York. or Philo,
delphia) the celebmtei • -2
V.. H. SPIEGELEISEN
Bed do extensively for the manufacturing of
r ile' Iron is free from Sulphur and Phosphorus; and
contains a heavy percentage of Manganese. The
: hove are also ready to contract tor, or sell t o arrive,
4. STEEL RAMS
0. AE DT & co.,
I Dortmund, for which litter 'Aria - they alio lave
the Sole Agency In the United States
Full particulars, sarapieS, prices or clienticalan
slyede will•tie proMptly forwarded on application
JAB. V savzs, Presq. W. P. roaris; Burl.
AND - IRON CO.,
r. MAKFTAOTtOOtEtB OP
Bar. Iron; - : - , - t
F *.ilroad FiCh Bars and * Belt`
Railroad Car 'kxles_nolleah -
Railroad,das Aries Hammered;
Locomottve - Frame Shapes;
Yokr.9 l it,ia Ph; • .
Stesahlisicit Situirtsl -
,• Piston Rods, ,Wrlste; ' • •••
FitiMall Jaws, Collars, de.
Offloe;•No. 177 . PENN STREET,
EVERSON, PRESTON •
Funnylvania Iron. Works.
Warehouse, Nos. 166 and 167 FIRST STREET
opposite Monongahela House,
anZtula . ;, . PITTSBURGH.
STOVES, C.A.STINGS, &C.
A. BRADLEY & CO„
Man ufactarerp fft,t4e great,est, varleq,43l
Cook, Parlor and- IleatingSt4ves,
.10 BE I;4SEND IN THE BT .111.2E.'
- - -
Sole Agents for the celebrated-lima BafttingDftr
erne' Stoves and gurnaces for Hard Coal or Coke.
Best in the WA+ for rarlOr,f , fflee. bfroreorChureh.
Fire ne, dr no rek (idling—burns all winter. D 6 net
buy , Until you see or send tor eireularso, , . ,
1 if°. r 3O WOOD 8 [BEET ' 1
(far Agents for Orleotals—DE ABLER' BROS.,
ernithfleld St.; GEO. if WILE Y. Allegheny City..
COOK STOVES .
CET THE BEST'•
BISSELL fk Co.'s
FOR BIT I UMINOVS 170-4 Z,
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
Well as any other Stun in the Union.
BISSELL & - CO.,
No. 235 ,Liberty Street.
Alan on hand and For gale,
- fiZATINO BTOVr.f.
CRATE leltON'Ti.3, PENDEKS,
COOKING RANOEti, 40,
FOITNDERS i .MACHINISTS:
ItIOFtTON. ! STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS N. MILLER, President.
These Works are among the largest and most
complete establishments in the West, and are now
prepared to furnish • •
•-• AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner Carroll and Smallman Streets,
- (NINTH WARD,)
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE ,
FOR GAS AND WATER WORKS.
saYiL P /Sl4 lr f e eei l le c nagtiln.vaLT,l.lF.Vghligroyf
Generaleastings for, Gas and Water Works.
I would also call the attention of Superintendents
of Gaa Works to my make of RETORTS.
L. 0. LIVINGSTON.W. 11. BITILT.W. A. itonisracnr.:B.
LIVINGSMF & C 0.,.
• " IRON FOUNDERS
All descriptions, foiPlembeis and Gas Titters; .Ag.
rictanrailmplements, Cotton and Woolen Millham
chi Al e lLbifOrk promptly attended to.
tlinCe and Worki—WASEINGTON 'AVENUE,
near Otter Depot, 'Allegheny City, - • -
Successors to ROBINSON, Mims & Kimarms,
FOUNDERS'. ND - MACHINISTS., PITT4BURGH,
.Manufhettcrera of Boat and Stationary Steam En
gine': Blast Engines, Mill Machinery., Gearing,
Shafting, Castings of all descriptions; Oil Tank/ and
Stills, B'lier and Sheet Irlin work,
Office, No. 12. corner Vint and Snalthlleld Streets.
Agents fbr GIFFARD'S PATENT INJECTOR for
feeding Boilers. • B111:122
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
butler Street, Ninth Ward,
Rolling Mill and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPET BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS GENERALLY.
Orden promptly and carefully executed.
EBBERT & 31ACKLIND.
ERLIN :FOUNDRY. •
PRICE & SIMS.
Office and . Ware4onse. ,28 IVCiod Street.
Manufacture and keep conatautl:y on hand
Tbpimble, Skein and - Pipe Boxes,
WAGON BOXES, DOG IRONS,
BUGAIt EETTLEB, HOLLOW
And easthigt generally. , ap3Bry6
THOMAS CAFILIN &C1 0 .2
Fourth Ward Foundry and Machine Works,
S&NDUSKY ST., ALLEGHENY CTZT:t
lliatTinflctaremot Steam Engines, 'on Presses. Pta
tem Blushing, Grist and Saw NU Work., Balling
Kill -and 3fachine Gargn,g_a Arate Bars... Weights,
Wigon Boxes, ite4......kiniad 40,qxdor_ink: to on
ballet/Diener of all sizes. nwl4:q3
C 4l5lll4l6 :fir DRY .
AND ROLL WORKS
_ 1380 Penn street.
BOTIAkI4 f BOYD & BAGALEY.
• Chill Bolin, Min Calttngs, nolltathes, &c.
LTOPE - 14A - CRINE -WORKS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
othotorr Of 81 . 8.A.k1 ,ENGINES, of all sixes
and of the mostatiproiedluttteroa c for stationary
F°sea • STEA MB OATS and STEAM FERRY
ITS. A variety at 10;12; sad: 1.11/konte power
GIMES, which will be - sold at very reduced
prices. ' :
'P. F. IitHISSEI; Wellsville, 0.
Fifty miles below 114sbuzgh, on the pldo river , and
of C. &P. It. • . 1 • . 21.00 :112
EW 11141!pWAILE 'NOUS&
lANDSEY, STERRIT EUIVIit,
887 LIBERTY STREET,
•One SquareDelow Dolton Depot,
ADAMS, M'IC.E.E., sifir. CO.,
Keystone standard. Patent Platforms
_ and Counter
;SC LE S.
lanai Faced Patent Dope Locks and Latches.
PAINT AND 0 WP I E OLVA S IILE IRON. Ao.
.- . .
Corner of dranti , and First Streets;
WILL, S. TAYLOR,
No. 44' OHIO STREET, Alleghenn
Thankful for the former very liberal patronage be
stowed upon me, I assure my friends and the public
generally that, irrthe future as in the past, I shall
endeavor diligently to merit a-continuance of the
same, and will be alwayei At the glop Jr= 7 to 9
6 N. std trout 1 to' aP. u. turaltai
Engines, of every detwription.
Boilers, 011 Tank .
Sheet Iron Work.
Bolling Bill Castings.
(Opposite Union Iron Mills,)
CORNER OF VATlne,'
Ih:‘ OW a) 6 1 ilitil9 a:4l
PITTSBURGH, GAZETTE : WEDNESDAY, -SEPTEMBER 23, 1868
ENGINES, BOILERS, &e.
HUGH MI BOLE & CO.,
Car, Point Alley and Duquesne St.,
Engine Builders Founders &Machinists,
Manufacture STEAMBOAT 'ENGINES and STA
TIONARY I , MANS'S; of all 'sizes.
Special attention Invited. to our new STATION
ARY OIL WELL ENGINE; AND PORTABLE
BoILEIL, of 15-horse power;
CASTINGS. °revery kind.' made to order at our
Foundry, on THIRD STIKET, below 3larket.
RIGS for Oil Wells, SHA STING, PULLEYS
HANGERS. HOUSE and TOBACCO SCREWS and
IRON TOBACCO PRESSES, on hand and made to
order, at the
Fronting on the Allegheny River, near the. Point;
Sir All orders promptly filled. TRY L'R.
BOILER, STILL AND TANK
CARROLL & SNIDER,
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-FLUED TUBULAR, FIRE
BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM BOILERS.
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH TANS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL SHIITES
Office and Warehouse, corner Second,
• Third; Short and Liberty Streets,
AlEll• Orders sent to the atroyo address wltl be
promptly attended to. mh7:189
WM. BARNHILL & CO.,
AND SKEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. 20;26, 24 AND 26 PENN ST.
Having secured itirirge yand and furnished it with
the most approved machinery, we are prepared to
manufacture every description of BOILERS In the
best manner, and warranted equal to any made In
the country. Chimneys, Breeching, Fire Beds,
Steam Pipes, Locomotive Hollers, Condensers, Balt
Pans, Tanks,Oil Stills, Agitators, Settling Pans,
Boller Iron,Brldges, Sugar Pans, and sole manu
facturers of Banthill , s Patent Boilers. ,
Repairing done on the shortest notice. laS:e2l
AMES M. BITER,
Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street,
IRON OIL TANKS,
SETTLING PA-NS, COPPER STEAM PIPE,
ROLLING MILL STACK'S,
.14,11.2 D 1117.U811 ' JEDIRTND D. BILI7B/1.
JAILED M. BRUSH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
SHEET IRON WORE. &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
4 , •••• ~, ,
WARING AND KING,
eolondsslon lambent, and Brokers In
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,-
WARING, KING & CO.,
I . TACH BROTHERS,
Petroleum it Products.
Pittsburgh Uffice—DALZELL , BUILDER°, cor
ner of Duquesne Wxy end Irwin streets.
rbitidelphla Ofeee-127 W.A-LNI7T BT.
apt :w3O ,
HM. LONG 8c CO.,
PURE WILIrE BURNING OIL,
Office, No. 2 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh.
LUMBER VLIJAIBEIt LVRIIREU!
Dealer in all Rinds of Lumber.
ON RAND AND FOR SALE
500,600'feet Dry Pine nentnilt a '
30,000 feet Dry Oak, 1 and ts inch;
20,000 feet Dry . Ash, 2, :4;i and 31ach; =-
200.000 feet Hemlock;
t 1,000,000 Np. t 111-inch Shingles, sawed;
100,000 No. 110-hicb Shingles, sawed:
' 100,000 No. 110-inch Shingles, .aved; -
2,000 Locust Posts, 7, S and 12 feet;
300 Cedar Posts.
Also, Fire Brick, Tile and Clay, in large or small
YARDS No. ;130 - PNEBLE STREET. formerly
Manchester, and 157 REBECCA. STREET, .. pp_ BIM thetas Works, Alleglt. ny Cliy. Jy2S:
FORT PITT LUMBER,CORIPMFII
- capita; • $12 5,000.
• PrmaTmcwr—EDWAßD DIIIIOIOOE,
.Bxcuswatir—T. A. WRIGHT,.
- • DIBXOTODIP •
Edward Davison,' • ;.L, P. , Dunenn,
JOhn Mellon, . E. G. pjthrldge,
Geo. W. Dlthrlditit, " M. L: Malone,
1.3. R. Johnston.
• LUMBER YARD—Corne
BER STREETS, Ninth W
OFFICE AT FORT PIT
GAS AND. STEAM FITTING.
JOHN M. COOPER JON. KAYE • qvu9r nun,
JOHN M. COOPER & CO.,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS ;
Manufacturers of PUMPS AND BRASS WORM, As
all k inds. SPIXTUEEB
Corner of Pike and Walnut Streets,
SAM' m', M.
124 First Street, Fittsbuggh, Fa.
AgeOt for the sale of Corn:wan; no ug h a mo r e, Jo
sephine, Teahelhk, nuneannon, tittinhop.,, Glendon,
sad other hrords or Antlitaoito, youghloglionY
Coke,andC. B. Chareum
And MEET IRON WORK,
127 Walnut Street.
er of BIITpER and Mal
GLASS WOURS, Weals
FORT PITT 11,ANIAG COB
No. 169 Wood Street.
CAPITAL, : : : : : $200,000.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE,
DIVED ON TINE DEPOSITS,
Collections ma. e on all accessible points In the
United States and Canadas.
J uo. C. Risher,
Robt. H. Ktng:
James M. Batley.
BAWL. McCLIIIIHAN, Pres't.
EET WILSON, Cahnler,
No. 293 LIBERTY STREET,
CAPITAL, (authorized,) : : : : $200,000.
H. J. Lynch,- • Wm. l . Hamilton,
John Murdoch, r., 1 Henry ockstoce,
(leo. T. Van Duren.
• Samuel Barckley,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANB - ACTED
Collections made on all accessible points to the
United States and Canada.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
UNITED STATES SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD.
H. J. LYNCH, President..
CASH CAPITAL 5100,000.
President-431ENRY LLOYD. -
Vice Presldent—WlLLlAß REA.
Henry Lloyd, (Hon. Thos. Mellon, ;E. P. Jones,
Th. Wightman / Geo. W. Hallman, rWin. Rea,
R. R. Hartley , , Edward Gregg, 'Hiram Stowe.
Secretary & Treas'r--S. F. VON BONNE,ONST.
SIX PER CENV. INTEREST paid on time de
posits. Deposita made on or before August 151 h will
bear luterest nom that date. Interest computed on
Ist November and pt .:May. 1 v81:t76
NATIONAL- BANK CiF COILIIERCE,
Cor. of Wood and Sixth Sta.
A. PATTERSON President.
JOS. H. HILL Cashier.
CAPITAL, : : $500,000.
A. Patterson, ; George W. Cass,
Wm, H. Brown, F James McCandless,
Chas. LoCkhart, - ' Wm. Douglas,
Allen Kirkpatrick, Win. Reed.
W. 8. Haven,;
DISCOUNTS DAILY, AT 11 A. 111
GEO. T. VAN DO
H ART,VAUGHEY & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
1 - 271'6.13TIRGI:LE,
(SUCCESSORS TO HANNA, HANTA C 0..)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And, partiCular atteutT i n ie pAldto be parluuse and
SN•ht Drarts On laondclitlyinci
11E10 1 1101E8 & SONS,
57 Market Street,
Collections made on all the principil points of the
United Motels and Cansdaa.
Idtocks, Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON CONEMIENION.
rarttoular — attention paid to the purchase and
United States Securities.
WESTERN SAVINGS BANK,
No. 59 Fourth Street.
CHARTERED r 1866:
Interest paid on 'rime Deposits
' ANY SUAIIIEOUIVED PROH
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD.
UZI'°SITS !SUBJECT TO CHECK. WITHOUT,
Discounts Daily at 154 tecloalc. l . .
Vico Prealdent.-A. M. MARSHALL
TBOMPHON REL D 4 ai TAI sI m A m Mina T.r_
JOS. DILWORTH.. jo . g r UREE.
J . J . 611114EtiplE -
Foakholderi to whom we
M. FOritytho, , •
I). W. C. 111.1 well
E. M. Fulton. • •
DYER AND SCOU
DYER AND SCOURER.
And Nog. 186 and 187 Third Street,
`And Solicitor .or l'otents ,
(Ltito of P. V. W. & t 1 ItallivAv.)
Office, No. OD FEDERAL. STIIICK.T. Room N 0.2
tip stairs. P. O. Dox 50, ALIA:WIEN Y
MACHINERY, of all iteicrlptlons, lesigned.
111.A1 r P(TUNA(IFCand Ro LLANO MILL IntAW
iNtin furnished. .Pttrtiottlttr nttantlou paid to de.
COLLI P4l y I,ocomovytd. Patents con
fidentially k , ollelted. 43". - NVENING DRAW
-INti I I 1.A.1. 1 .34 for nicebaltiss gyery WRDNEscity
Money is very abundant, but business is,
not as active as is desired.
Closing quotations as received by Ph. R.
Mertz: Gold, 142%; Eigtity-one's, 114%;
Five Twenties, 1814 115 X; de, 1864, 110 X;
do, 1865, 111 X; do, 1865, new. 109; do; 1867,
109 X,; do, 1868; 109%; Ten Forties, 104 g;
'Railroads.--Cleveland.& Pittsburgh, 87x;
Pittsbu gh, Fort Wayne & Chicago, 1 0934;
Chicago dr Ruck Island, 102%; Chicago &
North Western, 89%; do Preferred, 89X,;
Michigan Southern, sw i : Reading, 923;;
Erie, 47x; New York Central, 127 X; Ohio
dr, Mississippi Certificates, 28%; Western
Union Telegraph.Cki.,ll4%; Adams Express
Co., 51; Merchants Union, 24'.* 'Mining
shares—Gregory, 4,55; Corydon, 12; Quartz
Rill, 1,00; Sznith & Parmelee, 1,95; Quick
-The New York Comrnercia/ Advertiser
save, conckrning the movements of grain:
"The amount anew grain sent to the sea
board is much below that forwarded at the
same period or 1367. The receipts of flour
at New York, from August 1 lo September
12, were 57,195 barrels below those for the
same period of last year, while the ar
rivals of wheat and corn , were 1,150,000
bushels below those of 1867, as will be seen
front the following comparison:
RECEIPTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN AT NEW
YORK FROM AUG., 1 TO SEPT. 12.
1868. 1867. Dec.
Flour. 307,515 364,710 57,195
Wheat 359,210 1,066,135 706,925
Corn 0 ,856,26.5 3,302,175 445,910
"The result of this decrease of receipts is
that we had a stock of grain at New York
on the 19th inst. of .only
against 2,794,814 bushelsat the same date
of last year. This condition of grain stocks
at the seaboard, and , the prospect of con
siderable shipments of breadstuffs to Eu
rope, indicate that we have yet to buy a
large amount of gran from the west. •
“The west is. full ef. Egain, 'waiting for
eastern buyers. , Erom phe let of August to
the 12th of September, the arrivals of all ,
kinds of grain at the five .lake ports, ag.
gregatidg, 29148,253 bushels, against 16,-
618,639 bushels at. the Mnie . period of last
j m o a i k e e ph ee n te i re i
w n o o rt eL
Rev. David .Kerr,
A. k. Brown,
RECEIPTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN AT TH$
LA.KE,PORTS PEON AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 12.
1868. 1867. " Inc.
Flour . ... 674,223 575,045 98,283
All grain... 20,148,2.53 16, i
"It is thus apparent that grain s accu
mulating In large amounts at the lake
'ports,. to be moved east as soon as , western
holders and eastern buyers can agree upon
terms. The purchase of the grain now
hold on the lake has been affected by the
withdrawal.of western • deposits trot. New
York; when it is forwarded east the - move
ment must be effected by eastern means,
and then will come a fresh demand from
the grain trade, which can not but tell very
directly upon the money market.' • • -
—Closing, quotations received by James
T. Brady & Co.: Gold, 143%; united
Statss Sixes, 1881's - • t 14%; 6-20's, 1862,
114%; 5-20's, 18411, 110%; Eb2o's, 1865,
111%; 10-40's, 105; 5-20's, January, and
July,' '65, 109%; 5-20's, January and Jnly,
'67109%; '6B, 109%,; June 7,30'5, par less V,,;
Jnly 7-30's. do %; August, 119; Sept.. 119%;
Oct. 118;4; Union Paclllo Railroad, 102; Cen
CBy Telegratih to the l'lttsburgli'Ciatette.l
CINCINNATI, Septolllber 22.--Beer'cattle
500 per eental lowor, largo supply nud dull
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets
GOVERNMENT AND PACIFIC R. R. BONDS,
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought on the, most favorable terms. Sells LET
TEES OF CREDIT and DRAFTS a ailable in any
part of Europe. • -
DEPOSITS received subject to check, or INTER
EST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
LILES T. BRADY 41.6 CO.,
(Sacze.ssors to S. JONES & C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS OF
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
, ON HOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
Dom' Interest Allowed on Deposits.
Kir Money loaned on Gov'erament 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 THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
TUESDAY, September, 22, 1868.
On the report that the Government was
a seller of its surplus gold yesterday, and
to-day the market declined from 144%
to 14251; closing weak. The foreign bank
ers have been free shippers,of bonds, and
are pressing their exchange on the market,
and likewise their gold and the proceeds of
the sales. The prospect of a Republican
victory in October and November next fur
nishes additional reasons for gold to be
lower, although our imports amount over
five million dollars in gold, whilst our ex
ports only amount to about three millions
in currency. It - thus • happens that at the
export season theanarxet is bare of prime
commercial bills, and-who knows how 400 n
we will have to resort to specie exports.
The amount of coin hell by the banks is
now quite small—less than fourteen mil
lions—with a month and one-third before
the Government can disburse any for in
terest due. All this is lost sight of, in the
eagerness to see gold down and anticipate
the effect of the November election.
'he government bond market is very
firm, k not from any demand from inventors,
but from speculators who have sold short
in anticipation of a close market. The de
cline in gold will certainly influence the
price of government bonds of the old
issues, the - interest of which is sustaining
Stocks are dull and lower; New York
Central has declined from 131% to 12734;
Fort Wayne from 11034 to 10934;Pittsbnrgh
from SB% to 8734; Erie from 49 to 4734;
North. Westorn from 91% to 86. Express
shares era steady and firm. Erie shares
are strong, and a large short interest exists
in these shares. Ohio and Mississippi Is
strong, and a rise is confidently.
althOugh the stock is less, not quite so firm
as last week.
Cincinnati Cattle Market
OFFICE OF THEP 2sI3TIRGH GAzds/ riy
TUESDAY, September 22,
The inclement condition of the weather
had a tendepcy to retard business to-day
which at beSt has been unusually dull for
some days past. There is no improvement
to npte in the tone of the general market,
so tar as regards either demand or prices,.
and while the volume of business seems to
be comparatively light, prices have under
gone no important changes.
BUTTER—Is steady with a supply fully
up to the deina:nd, and prices are un
changed at 33 to 40 cts.
_EO - US—Steady but unchanged, at 23e for
HAY—Baled is selling on wharf at T 23 to
$3O, as to quality, and wagon Hay may be
quoted at ~•, ; 30 to $36.
CHEESE—Unchanged at 15 to 16 for
Western Reserve anu itarnburg; 17 to ISe
for Factory and Goshen: and 19 to 20c for
- APPLES—In filr. supply but with a
steady demand, prices are maintained,
ranging from *3 to *-:4 per bbl.
POTATOES-Hull at $l,lO to $1,12 per
bushel, and *3,20 to *3,25 per bbl. Sales of
Sweets at t 513,00 to *6,50 per bbl.
GRAlN—Wheat is dull and- with a
droepiug tendency; sae of 1 car prime Red,
in elevator, at *2,10. Oats steady but un
changed at 135 to 66c, on track, and 6S to
70c, for small lots in store. Corn is less
active but unchanged; quoted at $1,14 to
$1,15 for mixed, and *1,16 t 011,17 for prime
Yellow. Rye is in demand, with sales at
$1,40 to *1,45. Barley is in demand, and
limited in supply; we continue to quote at
SEEDS—The arrivals of Timothy Seed
from Chicago have been liberal for some
days, and the market is now well supplied;
prices, however, remain unchanged at
0,50 to 0,75. Flaxseed is scarce and in
demand at 22,45 to 0,50. Cloverseed is en
LARD OIL—Is quiet. and Unchanged at
$.1,20 for No. 2, and 51,50 for No. 1.
PROVISIONS—Bacon is quiet and un
hanged at 14 cis, for Shoulders; 18 for
Ribbed and 18 to for Clear Sides, and
21 to 21% for Sugar Cured Hams. Lard is
unchanged at 2o In tierces, and 22 in kegs.
Mess P0rk,530,50 to VI.
ONIONS—SaIes in a regular way at $3,75
to g 4 per bbl.
MILL FEED-Is dull but unchanged.
The mills continue to quote at 01,10 fof
Bran;.s 1,30 for Shipstuffs, and #2 for Mid
FI;01:JR---Is dull and unchanged. Spring.
Wheat brands, $9 to $9,50 for fair to med
ium, and $9,75 to $lO for choice. The mills
continue to quote at $10,50 for Extra Fam
ily, in' barrels, and $10,20..ire sacks ' and
,DoubleEitrs at $ll, in barrels, and $10,70,
in sacks. Rye Flour, 0,75.
WHISKY—Is quiet but steady and
unchanged; we continue to quote common
rectified per gallon $1,25; half rye and half
corn per gallon $1,75; old Monongahela
rye, two years old, per gallon $2,25; old
Monongahela rye, three years old, per gal
lon, $3,50; highwines per gallon $1 2 35. '
CRANBERRIES—SaIes of eastern at $2O
PITTBURGIi PETRpLEIIM MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZE k.,
TUESDAY, September 22, 1868.
The Crude market was firm and a littler
excited, notwithstanding their was not a
single sale reported. We are cognizant of
an offer to buy September • or October at
11% without meeting with any responser
from sellers; indeed, so far as we'could
learn thero was not a single offer to sell
holders, seemingly, preferring to hold off
in anticipation of still better- figures. Oil
City telegrams report the market firmer;
held at $-1,25 to $4,30, with no buyers.
The market for Refined continues firm
and somewhat ex , ited, particularly for
early deliveries, and, compared with yes
terday, prices have, still further advanced.
Sale of 500 bbls for September at 3134 c, and
1,500 each for September, October and No.-
vemter at 31c. It was reported that there
had been a sale of 3,000 bbls spot oil, in
Philadelphia, at 32c; per contrary, we heard
it reported that some ten thousand barrelS
had been offered at 3134 c, without finding
buyers. The last telegram reported 31%c,
offering. December Is dull and nominal
at 2934 to 30c. ,
' RECEIPTS CRUDE OIL.
Lockhart & 960;hinnhall‘t C 0..... 560
Fisher & Bro 400 P. Weisenberger. 320
Hoßiship & C 0... 480,McCreery di C 0... 800
Bly & Flack • 150 Fairview Ref 240
Vista Oil Works. 40 ID. M. Edg-rton:. 480
Cosmos Ref 800'0. L. Brennan... 50
W. 'Wilson 501 . --
R. W. Burke 160 i Total 5850
OIL SHIPPED EA ST BY A. V. IL A.
R. W. Burke, 300 bbis ref. to Warden,
Frew &. Co., Philadelphia.
R. W. Burke, 100 do tar to Warden, Frew
& Co., Philadelphia.
OIL SHIPPED EAST PROM DUQUESNE DEPOT.
Hutcliinson Oil Ref. Co., 60 bbbs refined
to Warden, Frew At Co., Philadelphia.
H. M. Lona & Co.. 48 do do to Warden,
Frew & Co., Philadelphia.:
Union Ref. C0.,174 do do to W. P.,Logari
G. . Holdship &to:, 218-do do to War
ing, King At Co., Philadelphia.
Brooks, lialtentine & Co., 51 do naptha to
Warden, !Frew & CO., Philadelphia.
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
. Clan - ELAND, September 22.—The Flour
market iguuchanged, steady and in mod
erate request for city made aud well known
country brands; city made is held at' sloa
10,25 for XX spring; $9,30425 for extra
spring ; $11a11,25 for •XX red winter ;
country brands at if9alo for XX red winter;
$11,50a12,50 for XX white wheat., The
Wheat market iv firm and steady and held
at fa, for NO. 1 red winter; $1,87 for N 0.2 do.
'Corn is dull and unchanged, and is held at
SI,C7 for No. 1 mixed, Oats—receipts are
light and the market is firm; is held at 60c
for No. 1 State; the demand is fair but not
active. Rye is quiet and NO, 1 is held at
$1,25; No. 2- do at $1,12. Barley—the re
ceipts are good and tbe market is steady, is
held at $1,75a1,85 for ' &ate and Canada.
Petroleum .f,anarket is, very firm with an
active demand; refined' is - held at 27W285,
with an upward tendency for trade iota at
2a30 above thii - Se figures.
New York Dry Goods Market. :
CEy Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.; •
NEW Yonk,lSeptember =.--Dry Goods
rather more active but at reduced ;liens
for many styles of cotton goods, especially
Tickings and bleached Muslins; Amosk
A Ticks 27c; do. B 230; do. C 20o; do eag
19 cl Hamilton D Ticks 20o; Eagle 4-4 do.
22c; Star 4-2 No. 18 Checks 20e; Appleton
Brown Drills 18c; Columbian Cotton Duck
800; Amoskeag red Awning 270:, heavy
crown Seng% best ' makes 15 Shiro.. Broadway She
otings 14o; Atlantic V Shirt,
ink 14c; Keystone Ginghams 12Mo; Glas
g_Ow 17c; standard fancy Prints 12a1343;
Wamsutta 90. r
Chicago Cattle Market
ttly Telegraph to the Plttzburgh Gazette.)
- tIIIOAOO, Sept. 2 2,—Cattlo firm and ac
tive and 15a25:3 higher, at $4,25a4,50 for
fa;r to good cows, t r • 54,3 7 1413 for thir to me
dium light steers, and $6,75a7,25 for good
to choice smooth shippin e l beeves. Hogs
very dull and almost nominal at $9475 for
fair to goad grades; extra smooth lots
changed hands at ?10,40;, receipts 889 head.
St. Louis Cattle Market.
tar Telegran.to the Pittsburgh (Mime.
Sr. Louis, Sept. 22.--Live stock steady;
the demand for good to' ,choice cattle ex
coeds the Supply; low grades are plenty
and dull; inferior to choicest 31tNe... Very
few sheep aro in market,; and - prices range