The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, May 10, 1869, Image 6
53 .6 STldlias WORMS. vo DliquEsNz 'WORKS. - COLEMAN, TAM & CO., Maud:adorers of Ift,ON, NAILS, STEEL' AXLES AND. SPRINGS, 11017411XXIIIIA, L X AND SIIMILTA. 'FLAT BAR,: ROUND AND 13QTJ ABE IRON. MAN% HOOP, BURET A_ND PANS lON BOMAR PL sTe.4 AND.RRADS, GUARD IRON, JG2tAti and DROPPER BAR, FLANGAD COTTER RAM. LLNDRit IC Aim FLAT RAIL, for Cosl Muds. CROW liiiite4W [MORS HA.IIKOW SPRING.PLoW AND CULTIVATOR STEEL, IeaWINOS AND MOULDS oat to pattrn. 'MX% WESEL NUAFTIN, A. R. RL. -00A0B, BUGGY and WAGON SPRINGS and t o BLIES. OUT NAILS AND MERL ill Goods First Class anti Warranted. • OFFICES AND • WORMS. illsteenth Street and Allegheny ittver, and 1.7 W &ter- Street, Pittsburgh. sibo 80EFFIELD STEEL IPFOBES. SINGER, IsTEMIOK & CO. , PITTSI3II7I3OB. PA.. Mseetszturers of every descrtfou of ,CAST AND GEIINAN STEEL, • 1 11/111,W MONO% BLfa..:C AND PLATFORM 8P1313418, AI:LSB, Wpm TIEN, Sc.; Se * Warehouse, SS Water andl,oo First Stu .57-VINOVIni, BARR & PUtIiJN. aziranAL Vinakial: IRM 3n lM 113 ' BMus. Pairma--43. M. SUM CRESCENT STEEL WORKS, KELM, BARS & PASSIM, Office, No. 339 Liberty St, PITTBBITSGEL PL. tkili:d42 l STEEL WORICEI. cum, BIM= & CO, 'ease of all descriptions of _ ST Mee andWareh. THIATY. 111*OT aad Sallal 0u5e0.6.0 k3THXI4 I 4 prrrissinsau. MIII IRON WORKS. --------------------------- Vanuntsi It= W. P. roan*. Bart. prrrillarigGli FORGE 'AND' IRON co., Iffnann llll3 Bar Iron; AMlimed Fish Baia amit Solis; SaStead air Axles Soiled; WMWilma Car Axles lbasomotive Frames; - lbeesollietline Wilma, Shaper) Side lied* Takes, Straps; Piston lleadr; • Stoambesd Steamboat Cranks; piston Sods, Wrists; ?Maim Jaws, Collars, So. Offll,e, No. 177 PENN STBEET, . , lILLERSILIOSEN PROGBSS. 4 " The Trustees are now TirrartakoMlieent. Sea tor the WM of the 43: 58 . The superior quality Imparted to good iron. the great improvement in inferior Iron. and the reduced cost,counnend it to Mt manufacturers of fro _a. — Parties wilblzus to use it tan übtain Meats 1 1 1 1109 1 7 int t,o JAMES P. SPEER. Attorney for the Trustees. B)OhtS 1 and A, English's Building, 9O) ?math avenue. Sr ties interested, are invited to halt--the OMEN BERGER WORKS. where the room!, • ROW in eneeesatni opersticm. lea:dil wvEithoN,,pimm & co., Poonalvwl% Iron Works. Nos. 166 andt6T tuu" NOVELTY W01U133. NOVELTY WORKS. retutald A. IN 1511 S. enAiss, Br. arirar. CO. it&Sol:lCriniztil 01 r ICITBTONS STANDARD, _YTAIRBA Ng. PAT• /NT) PLATIOBX AND CUUNTALS SCALES. L atches, Jaz= Itheigaitrg ow , Lock . and onana az ;Lila 1.41011.6 owl as, Pittsburgh, resiea. 111111.131eag 'au 500 000 feet 'Dry Pine Boards. VW 000 feet I% Inch Oleos Punk; s 8 Fteet -1)(01sica Oceanian Mak: • feetlm ands Melt Oak: 10 . Cl.ft. 3i, 1. U.% and 3 lneb Poplar: XOOO feet Dry Fernier Bantling; 10 IMO feet Dry Yellow pine Boards; 100.000 feet No Bantling. • - 303400 feet No. 1 18 bleb Begins* Shia glee. • 500.000 No. 110-lnel Shingle'. sawed; 50,000 Ho. 15. Inch Shingles. Slaved; 50,00014 ft Brick: . • ' • 1,000 Tire Tile. (Morons Member Vire Clay; Also. Bay . litid , Locust end Cedsz Yosta, and all article-sin tbeline on band and Ibr Age by ALILIGANOBB. PATT.3113014. Yards ' No. 1.51 Rebecca street and corne heat' Pablo and Juniata streets, blzth ward,Alleg. late bar. sough tf 'Manchester. spa • COALI GOALS! COALIti DVBOII, STEWATIT Sr, CO., • Itirbss removed thetr eflige • . NO. 567 LIIIIIRTY .(Latoicity nor 1011)5 1 i 0 ON D Mfg* IVA f (51 1 7 lib el. ditirl i lat it 'lowest ototted s . . . , • All orders t en plu se duet *Soo, or id to to tacit • Mouth tke snail. will be • • • • • CONNOR wiii 'Machifsg! Btime Work* sy• ir o theiamiciwustkinimm. ""`'''' • - swam ATI/ATM& 00. I=l EMI : - - , ' KNAP FORT PITT FOUIsTRY COYPINI. OFFICE AND WORIO, TWELFTH STREET, • - PITTSSITELGH, P.A. orig . •nrin . es, Rolling Mill Ma chinery, Nail Machines, Be' and Ca s tings generally. NATIONAL FOUNDRY Corner Carroll and MWSUNIfiII Streets, WILLIAM --SMITH, IRO N BOWL PIPE Y 4 Pities are all cut lakvarlablyin ln trl sand. and IA feet lengths. Also. full assortment of general Castings for Gas and Water Works. I would also call the attention of Sivrintend . outset Goa Works to zraxinugTuarp. MAL Ata]) CIOII3I. STONE. AND PIPE WORKS. (NINTH WARD,) PrE'X'Slilintall , BloaaufsoVw.)r of FOB; GAS AND W/Tiat DUQUESNE FORGE. WILLIAM MIA (Successor to JOS. R. HAIM & C 0.,) Hu facilities co-extensive with the leading Forges in the Hut, and is prepared to promptly and satisfactorily fill all orders for STEstdiaosT SHAFTS, CBA NHS, PISTON ROM+, LEVEES, PITMAN 1 I..MS,MMISTS, ILAILBOAD AXLES, LOICOMOTIV it FRAMES. together with every description of SIiAPFI Wi3H.K. Office and Fprge, Corner of %KUM Way and Pint Stree 4,14:h40 OBINSON,,REL & Ca —.I • BILOCeIiOn to =BERSON, MVO & Ynd. 121 6 WASHINGTON WORKS , MUDDED& MID RACHINISTS, MUMS% vianamsturers of Boat end Stationary Steam En- eseteiest 'Engines, Bill Machinery, tie= , Cut Lilo of all descriptions: On and 8 Boiler and Sheet Iron 'Work. Mee, 0. 3.11, corner Tint and ltrattliteld Streets. Asen4 forteABIPSPANZBT IN j JIICTOIt ali for iwalßs. alit MIAS CA 1 : 11filCO " Youth Ward Youndri and Isaias Works, BANDUBST BT..ILLEAHEIST crry, PA., Manufacturers of Lite= Engines, Oil Presses, Pulleys, Shia tang , Grist and Saw Mill Wort, Bolling Mllland Machine Castings, Orate Bars, Weights, Wagon Boxes, Ake. Braid to order and have on hand Bagisis CENTBAL FOUNDRY AND. ROLL WORKS sSo Penn. Street. BOLL AN, BOYD i k BACIALET. Cbtllllolll. 11111 Ciiitlagi, Will Lathes: ie.' saws FOUNDRS. J 0113: IL. CO?.oan. ........ t .. . .. . ... 113 NUT JOHN N. COOP - ER & CO., Bell and Brass Founders. BRIM'S- CASTINGS MADE PROMPTLY TO ORDER• Maleable and Grey Iron Fittings, GAS PIPE AND TUBING, THROTTLE,Sinn OD CM ULU ALL GLOBS PAT EllOl VELCON .C4COC-JEKS, Brass . Mork of - star description for Steam, Water and OW stesursciuninsor'J.Y. coopzwe Im loved •Baltutee-Vitetl , Steam Pump . r - Agents for: Dreyfus' Patent Ott ers. the best in the Market. once and Workth corner Thirteenth awl Pike Streets. stek LITSOGRA.PBERf 3 . PBBJAIXOFCLEI cams, SINGFALIrtek S, Succeoers to 0z0.,1. scavefous raserieuAt Lrntsk.ritsgs. The by Steam ": uthopiptito zetsbuoment Vi el% of tete dns. Business Cards, Letter Rends. Bonds, Labels, Oireniani Show Canis, DlotomlS. Yorirsiteilrgeifs. Oe notes of De moans, Invitation bass os. BS Ind 14 Ned street. Plifsblmilsen WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. L i IL LION, Sealer of Welghto and lesson* no; i 11)IISTE1 8 flan', ". tßet,etim Liberty sad Far/ /treetfe 101 tr MAO' trrnmeitly attential tn. 11.4181 t i PECK ORNAMENTAL HAIR 140Blitzu AND P ER T No. Third street, near Bogthield,. , Pittaborigh: AlwaKtn band, arerat usortment ti of Ail ' s" rilet, 05,511A3 i ciumat eau rVEBB B ALps, fiUARD °tuna. RA. TB. Le— rffrA. Md Price 12 Galin len wen tar Raw Ladles and Gentlemen's Bair Gutting done In the neatens manner.. , . , l ad 0 MECHANICAL ENGINEER. rCHiEWAL BECKETT, ME. ANIOAL ENGLICEELL an 4 Solicitor of ?Wan and lineelgn TAtents. $O. 79 I,IED SBAL nTILICZT, Allegheny Oly, li3.—Branahollkseilrasidarto2l.; 1). c. ,14 rrl T cos Era awarsAcrissi or , WINDOW GLASS. WsreliourNo. SI WOOD KUM% Int XVESSOT see 'atm streets Dolan is Pp" irak sat Maas 1104141116 WAN PI.TTABITRGH. GAZETTE: - MONDAY, 31A1 10, 1869, IWO Is BOLE 8c CO,, Cor. Point Alley and Duquesne St., bisevrzi Form) Engine Builders, Founders and Machinists. Manufacture STEAM:BOAT IDIOMS and STA TIONRY ICNOINR, of all sizes. Isl attention E N GI N E our new STATION ARY OIL WELL AND PORTABLE BOILER.. of 16-horservower. CIASTLN6B. of every Rind, made to order &tour foundry‘ on THIRD STREET. below Market. RIGS for Oil Weill), RRAYTING,-PULLEYBI RANGERB,IIOIIBE andTOBAOGO SIMI:WS inn LRON TOBACCO ',swami.= Land and made to order, at the' . . • . . ... INDUSTRIAL WORKS-, -- - . fronting on the Allegheny River near the Point. prrTsl3Mis, pA. M!s=== COST 1974 1 1 BOILER, OIL' AND TANK WO'SliS. CARROLL & SNYDER, KArvroiorcrores or TUBULAR, DOUBLE-PLUM TUBULAR, 8188-BOX AND OTLINDIR STEAK BOIL- On. STILLS AND 011, TANSR, OHIMNRYB, BB.RRORING AND ASH PANG. SETTLING.. PAN% ELLLT. PANS AND CON DENBER23; MAN PIPES, GABOISETERS AND LRON BRLDORS; PRISON DOORS AND COAL SHUT= • Office and Warehouse: corner Scod, Third: Short and Liberty Streets, PITTSBIIR6, Pa. ,rOrders sent to the e\xne &M se e win be Promptly attended to. mb7:189 W B m. BOILER Co., . OILER -14 A- 11 KERB AND SHERT IRON WORKERS, NOS. ISO, AL S 4 AND AS PENN BT. Saying seared 1 a large yard sad tarnished it visa the meet appeased mschinery, we are bre ws's:A to marnstacturelvery description oi 80111.- INS In the best manner, and warranted equal to allYnWit_ln the country. iChlsauem Breeohici. Tire Recs. Steam Pipes. Locomouve ftollers, Condensers, Salt Pans, Was, 011 Stills, Agita tors. Settling nine, Boller Dom, Bridgef,tiagar rape sad sole isagatacturers oi Ba=Mrs Pat ent baler'. I Repairing done oa shortest notice. islgell JAMES BLitTrial, 1 1 Ilos. 55 and 56 Water Street, rrertisvacis ,ll %. , I I ruaroinArrain .. IRON OA. TANIKS, 1 __ ____ EITTLISO PANS. oapr.E.SI3TILZ PLE'll. 1 , BMW:Fie Kaal STAMM, 1 , AnAWCZT 13011 WOBX, I I Tor Steamboats. 'Asap t. —.smarm D. tacrsu LTAIIIID & SON, IllUan7711:412=118 0! Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks. bum won& sm. 61 Penn fi*ef, Pittsburgh, P. g r ES,I COMINGS, &o . - . TUE BEST STOVES. A. B RAD „,...0. ..........r.if to greatest varlet/ of Cook,Parlor in Hea ting Staves, TO BE IfIEND 6 IN THE STATE. Sole Agents for,the celebrated Base Bernie/I Oriental - SUMO and rimmed for Hard Owl or Eole.B sit in the World fbr Parlor,Onlee, Store or Church. Tire needs no rekindling—bum all win. tel. Do nolissfaultll you see ar send for Mettler. 80. 20 WOOD STREET. . Our Menu for Orientals—DEMMEß BROS.. Smithfield St. t ONO. ROBLEY, Allegheny City. BIOME% & CO., KA3l:l7,Wnrall26 OT MST warn' or% ISITC O I7= I3, BOSTON GOOSING RANGE, "THE FUMY F7tNACE," If cm Wasting° 8.. . •a. TIER NSW ANTI-Dlr ..SZOULATOR• • • COL WO COOK STOVSA VAN'S andunatL 'ltem) PORTABLZ VAN 411tSjVN 'AUNT - LES. WAPLUSX , d BIM OlikT/Dh_fres team Mrs sad dsit; GILLTs lialgESS.Sa. 200 and 20S Liberty Street, rrrTI° 1111 " L " COOS STOVES. BlISSEpri dr COM '71111:31212111,' FOR BITUMMOI7B GOAL. Warranted to Cook, Bake or Raid ma all many other Store b the Won. Zi & 0011 R I J. LANCE, !1M SU CET THE B No. , 286 Liberty Street. ilo x atirazrw as i RBA eswirriV6aSfas, DY V ND SCOUR Err and 18 Third :WOMB. PA! !: COMO'S; INCHMP4 B A U R r.-. 41 , • ~-~''-~" FORT PIT! BINH COIPAIL N 0.1.69 Wood Street. CAPITAL, : : : : $200,000. STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE. DZALIFUS LA GOVERNMENT SFAMILITIEB AND COLD. LIBOR AVOWED O TII MOUT?, Cautious made on all scoessible points in the United Buttes and Canada'. DUODOTOBS: Jno. 0 Bllhal Robt. U. Kaigs Andrew Taller. James X. Bane!. D. HOlitetter. James Gordon, D. Wathiweetsce. Z. /s. BAWL. IffeCLIJUIZAH, Press& D. LEST WILSON. LaISSLOP. HART, CAIIGHLEI b CO., BORERS AND BROKERS, corner Third and Wood Streets, PrinDirEttr lloll, 0513001120011.13 TO 1:424#A. FEAST it CO "'waits IN Exchange, Coin, Coupons, And particular ra tion an paid to the purchase e of. GOVERNMENT BONDS. Sight Drafts on London. .. ari:lsa N. nimmEs & SONS, .i'Tir .4 a- "1 r4al 57 Market Street, Pd• Collections made on all. the principal points of the United States and Caned's. StnekaAanda and other Seenrillea 110VOILT AIM BOLD OA 0010088 ION • Particular attention Raid to the notcbsse and sale of United States Securities. JAY COOKE & CO., 33a,x43.er5, 114 SOUTH MOW STREET, stoma and BONDS of all descriptions bought and sold Special attentlon Oren to the purchase and sale of GoTernment Securlttes WARING AND KING, Commission Xerebanu utd Brokers la Petroleum mid its Products, DALZELLI BLOCK, DUQUESNE WAY, ADDIMM Room 17, Chamber of Commerce► • 123 301:1111 SECOYD STREIT• so, ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINER' HERBERT W. C. TWKDDLEL mixorecrroirs or Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils. SeUpae fathead Axle OM Stands great heat without change; remains limpid al lowest temperatures. Spectal OU for , tropical Minutes or hot weather. ILmometive, Engine, lisraehlraisra Shop. Will gut Berews. law NUI and Plautus 1111 Oils, Adapted for high speed. Spindle 011, Woolread:Light 011, Oil, Tanners , Staff. Seaside, lag* 11nialting0U: tiaeollae, Borneo& 011. ' ParraiSne. _AMOR. VABNUtfI, to preserve Bright Iron Work and Machinery from Best. These products are Manufactured under _pr. Tweddiels _patent by Superheated alms in Vie mio. The Lubricatiog out are almost odorless. perfectly pure, uniform. and mostly light coi -1 ored. stand a high temperature onclian eig i =l remain limpid during extreme cold.. The Otis are 'unequalled, and areln constant use eon n many of the principal Railroads.. Samples be examined and orders left at 1 4 WOOD 1 STIMCZT. Woos at . TACK. BROTHERS, • COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND Dasi.ras IN Petroleum and Its Products, • littataLrgh • inace—DAlMLis 21711611)139 outlet at DIIQUOSIIO Way Lod Irwin meats. Prilladeiiiiiiiolllo -4111 .WALN ITT DLIBIOND OIL WORKS, H. M. LONG & CO., Ornet, DALZELL BUILDING, ...,..,....... ST - _ NW 12ET • TIIE BE T CS&I.P: JJ UT PIANO AID OBOAN• , ' , - , Rho /Acker% Gold - Medal Piano, AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN. The SOHOlLa.oft.XB PLUTO comtilhes au the latest valuable tmarovements knOWII in the eon. struction of a Irst class instrument. and has al-. ways been awarded the nlit nest =mina ex.: tatted. Its tone UM, 110110r011 11 and sweet. The IrOrleaum,or Masotti'!" satr o uty. iturMs all others: s from am to iseeoamig to style end entsWiheVer: thee lii ether go. called triv ass rum°, SISTEDD sewn ORGAN _ Steal at the head all_reed limutunent‘ la, lawdualns the Mat Demob lalreguall, ty of tons of any similar instrument ln the Willett States.. It le *apple skillsonis ronetesettee. sad 1 IltrAIMS‘ raMPoirdi masovaft is IMO/MAs Rata Ur ones. rehlegrol99,eorykOhn tel Ill'e ism4lairatiginogisgip_ ,- ''' . - XII. ill NG Gila MUM - , Zffl *ttre , , , _.:~_~ . COLS, SILVER AND COUPONS nought at Highest Priccs• PR. R. MERTZ, Banker, Cor. Wood and Fifth Streets. ICKES BRADY & CO" Corner Fourth and Wood Sts., ,1 '3E3 .13615 T XEC.. 3r.. R. IS, GovEitislivq -swmrrus, Er Interest Allowed on pepOsits. isr Money loaned on GOTerllll3ollt Bonds at owest market rates. • Orders imecuted for the Purchse and Sale of sToogs, BoNDR a a nd ' SOLD. littiflUgt eXaittit. PHILLDELPUU mh3o OILS. D 111413011110 Wiy. Pittskarstit, Ps. v5„4,1c.7 , ;rw- -iatmatagliv„„,a. Oinceepors 08. JONES & C 0..) BUY AND 87,LL ALL /INDS 07 sot% sir* AND comma, ON MOST Ii:AVONABLE TERMS. JAMES. T. BRADT & CO. FINANCE AND TRAD OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, SATURDAY, May 8, 1869: S The excitement • prevailing in the gold market on Friday last continued on Saturday morning and gold at one time had reached ''.18936. The market ranged firm from 1384; to 188% during the fire . noon, - until ittwas officially announced that the Secretary of the Treasury would buy Government bonds to the extent of one million 'per week, and continue the gold—sales _in even greater quantities than 'as heretofore, one million .dollars per week. II this is adhered to, gold should certainly decline largely within a short time; but there is • one great obsta cle to that: The large imports which continue throughout the season, exceed ing anything ever heard of, arid trte de crease and inactivity of our exports, except bonds, which are more and more appreciated , by European capitalists. The - attempts of the Bank of England Directors to prevent a farther import Of 'foreign securities, by raising the rate of discount to: flve per cent, has had but a temporarY effect on bonds. The action of Secretary Boutwell severely criticised by the press; especi ally those that •have always favored a strict adherence to a specie standard, as early as practicable. The application Of the sinking fund law at present, when over fifty millions .of temporary three' per cent. Certificates are outstanning, which are iheld by banks as d en ted re serves, but which may be pr for redemption at any moment, : certainly looks doubtful; and the fact that the Secretary of the Treasury does not mean tofdestrorthe bonds redeemd, is also a very weak' point in the sch e eme of reti ring bonds. -So long as our present du ties are derived from excessive imports, the policy,of selling gold may be plausi ble, bat we must certainly soon come to a point when we can no longer ship and pay for, in our promises to pay. Quotations as received by Mertz: Geld, 137%; Silver, 127; Eighty one's, 118%; Five Twenties, 1862, 116%; do 1864, 114; do 1865, 115 X;, do 1885, Consols, 116%; do 1867, —• do 1868, --i Ten l'orties, 108 g• 'New York Central, 79X Erie,—; Reading, 95%; Pittsburgh, F ort ayne & Chicago Railroad; 49%; Ohio .t 82%; blicbigan Southern, 1043 i; Cleve land & Pittsburgh, 91; Chicago & Rock Island, 127; Chicago & North Western, 85; Chicago .& North Western Preferred, 97; Adams 'Express Com pany,Merchants Union Espress, /5; P lo t Mail. 911(1; Western Union Telegraph Company, 420 Gregory, 2,85; Quarts 'Hill, 1,45;' Corydon, —; . Smith & Parmiee, 3,00; W. Am. 'Express 90. CBI Twainace to NEw Yong, the Pittsbanch Gazettea May 8, 1869. announcement of Secretary Bontwell's intention to put the'Sinking- Fund act' of 1862 into operation, and that connection between the - Union and Cen tral Pacific Railroads would be made on Monday, were the thief topics of conver sation in financial circles to-day. The Stock Exchange and Open. Board agreed to-dayto consolidate under the name of the New York Stock Exchange. The formal union takes place next Tuesday. The new Board will have about one thousand members and seven hundred thousand dollars in the treasury, and will be under the management of a com mittee of forty. to be elected Monday, and composed of twenty-eight members of the Stock Exchange and twelve of the Open Board. - T he Stock Exchange to-day rescinded the expulsion of the firm of Lockwood & Co., who were turned out along time ago because of one of the members .being elected a member of the On Board. The New York Central Scrip pe and Rail road'Consolidation bills have paned the Legislature.and are before the Governor for signature..lt was reported tcrdaj , that the Fort-ayne Company has de clued a scrip dividend of sixty per cent.' This is denied by , the agents here, 'al though it is admitted there will be a lib eral;, scrip dividend and the road leased in perpetuity to the Pennsylvania Conipany. Money plenty .and easy at 7 per cent, with some exceptions at 6 per cent. Prime Discounts B®9. The Bank statement shows a gain in the total reserve of P,427,905, against an increase in the total liabilities of 19,7E4- (154; The Batiks hed in excess of legal reserve 114,221,238,l against 411,288,195 the preceding week. The large gain in specle is due to the disbursement of the . May interest by the Treasnry. - The great increase in loans represents the =nal expansion after the April statement. Deposita. show • plethora of Natio nal Bank currency ' here . The decrease in legal tenders settee% the efforts early in the week to crecatilon artificial stringency. Loans; imease,snt jnorease3'llB,okl,2l2. Spode 118,0810189 t, 'lncrease,. 10,818,859.. arenliation, 533,986;100; increase, 114,102. Dfip051ine1198,8914187,1ndrepi,3 9,9 9 4 , 572 ; LatiTalltiorns 150,109,578;.rd0dre5t0, 286, .1113teRiquiet at - • :(Iqldjit . ftv andunoettledlwithio.' bthitialii; Oldilletielit e f inidlOWOr on improved tone in London, end ru. more that Gkwernment might increase., its sales in future. Opened at 138%, atP , vanced to 139%. declined to 137%, and closed at 137%®137%. Rates paid for carryieg 1-16 and B®2 per cent. to flat. Clearances to-day, which represent yes terday's business, are the largest on re cord—two hundred and , fifty-three mil lions. Governments are excited and buoyant. with an advance of ®2 per cent. and a light :supply. The purchases of the Gov ernment are likely to occasion a further advance. Coupons: 'Bl, 119®119%; doh 62, 119®119%; do '6l, .11435®11435; do '65, 115%®116; new, 117®118; do '67, 117 ®- 117%; do '6B, 117®117%; 10-408, 108% (gt• 109; Pacific, 106%®1.0635. State bonds are quiet : issouris, 9eg, 9%; Old Tennesses, 67 ®67%; new do, 6514 ®65%; Old North Carolinas, 60%®6034; new do, 55®5535; Old Virginias, 57%t 573,; new do, 62%®62%; Louisiana 6a, 73®73%; Levee 65,,69%®6936. Stock market during the morning WAS feverish and unsettled, though in main,. strong. Late last levening New 'York Central fell to 175 and Rhode Island to. 123%„ This morning was sharp and a ral ' ly In the Vanderbuitt stocks, the:Central reaching 177% at an early board, and 1 Hudson 154, while Rhode Island touched 127%. In the afternoon the market con tinued feverish and unsettled ; Rhode Island sold at 12934 down to 126%; New York Central rose to 179% and returned to 179%®179%; Erie was higher under considerable purchasers for account of Mr. Wait, who could not respond to his contracts. Late in the day there was a , general advance and the market closed strong, the price of Central being the highest ye; reached. Miscellaneous and Express gftrel3 firm with an advance on Mariposa. 5.30 Prices—Cumberland. 30®33; Wells Express, 35 % ® 36; American, 40(4)41; Ad- a t e, 60% ®6I; Merchants Union, 15% ®l6; Quicksilver, 21®211; Canton, 60®61; Pacific Mail, 91%®912%; Western Un ion Telegrapn, 42%®42%; Hartford - ion and Erie, 23®23%; Mariposa. 21021%; do preferred 4514®45% ; New York Central 180% ©180%; Erie, 27%®28; preferred, 52; Hudson, 155%®155% ; Harlem, 95:;,1® 95%; Terre Haute, 37% ®4O; preferred, 68®70;dWabash, 73®73%; preferred, 77% ®79t St Paul, 76%®76%; preferred, 85%, ®85%; F L. Wayne, 149% ®150; . ohio and Mississippi, 32%®32%; Michigan Central, 125®128; Michigan Southerni 105%® 1053,; Illinois Central 145®146; Pit ts - - burgh, 91®91%; Lake Shore, 104%®%; Rock Island, 127%®127%; Northwestetnt 85%00%; preferred,. 98498%; Mining shares dull. , Coppers stocks at Roston: Copper Fails, 8; _Franklin,•l93s; Heels, 75; Hancock, 4; Quincy, 28. Receipts at the Sub -Treasury, $1,786,- 402. Payments, $ 866,096. Balance, 383,- 267.28 e. Disbursements of coin interest, $587,373. Export of gold to-day, 414,640. To Europe and to Havana, $186,000. Total for the week, $425,890. Imports this week of dry goods, $1,485,730; gen enal merchandise, $6,187,113. PITTSBURGH DIMULETS. OFFICIBOY PITTSSUBCCS GIiZETTE, SATURDAY, Nrpy 8, 1889. The advance in gold is the most portint feature we have to notice today, and, as usually is the case, it has affected the markets generally, having a ten dency to stiffen prices. It is not to be expected, however, that this will be of long duration; there is always a calm alter a storm, and it is not • likely - that the advance in gold will hold out long, as there is no cause apparent at present why it should. And when gold goes. down, Sugars, Coffee, Flour and Grain,. and all other articles sympathizing with it, will follow. _ APPLES—SaIes at *5013 per bbl, as to quality. • APPLE BUTTNK-90(41 per gallon: *BEANS—DuII at 8302, 23 . - BUTTER—Prime Roil is scarce and in. good demand with sales at 38040 choice 42. CHEESE—SaIes of new Western Re- Berne at 15020, as to auality, and Igevr York Goshen at 24025. CARBON 011,—Is quoted in a jobbing% way at 211030. aoIINMEAL-81,5001,75 per cwt.. DRIED FRUIT -- Is a little , dull but unchanged. Peaches, 14 for quar ters, and 18019 for halves. • Apples, 13015. EGGS—Pirmer and in better demand, with sales at 17018. • FEATHERS—A. s e had fi e rmer, and we now quote live gees feathers at 80 to the trade, end the usual advance in It retail way. FLOUR—Market firmer and the de- I mind is a little more active, but prices are I without quotable change, as yet. Spring' Wheat brnds at 1 1 6,50®7,25, and Wheat at a $7,50@t3. Rye - Flour. 17®7 Winter ,25.' ; GRAIN Wheat is in demand at 11,50 . for prime Red, and but little offering. Oats, under the influence of increased arrivals, easier, and. if.an lower, • and drooping, but fficult to quote' cor rectly; car load lots may be quoted in the absence of sales at '72®7B,—salm in store at 75®78.; Ear Corn is scarce, and • ' prime Yellow may be quoted at 80 on wrier!, and 83®85 in store. Shelled, 75® 78, as to quality. Rye, $1 - ,40®1,43. -- Prime Spring Barley, 1)1,75. RAY—Is dull with liberal arrivals and a supply considerably ahead of the demand. Sales of good to prime baled, on wharf, at 425®28, and choice at 129®30. , HEMP—Sales at 8215. HOMINY-45,75®6 per bbl. LARD 01L—Is quoted at $1,20 for No.. 2, and 11,50, No. 1. MAPLE MOLASSFS—SaIes in , gallon jugs at $1,50®1, 75 . POTATOES—DuII and drooping, and the market is completely glutted; sales. by the car load at 15®50, and in store at 55®60. PEANUTS—SaIes at 11 eta. • PROVISIONS—Bacon ®l4 i fo r s quoted Shoulder% in s jobbing way at 13% 18/ 4 ®lB ft)r 'Ribbed and Clear Sides; and isi '9i for Plain and Sugar Cured Rams. Lard in tierces, 19c, and in kegs and, buckets, at 20c. Dried Beef, 20®20%. Mess Pork $313a32. • SEEDS—SmaII sales of Clover Seed at, ®9,50 and , Timothy at 15,75®8. Flax Seed would command 12,50. SALT-Ziay be quoted - at $1.83@ 1 , 85. by the car load, and 11,95®2 for small lots in store. TALLOW—Is quoted at 103M0%, for rendered, and but little doing. Dry Goods Market. `ll)rer Tops, May B.—Dullness is the , _ prevailing feature in this branch of bus ,. Immo today, and prices consequently re- main nnohauged; indeed, a reduction ha' the rates would haidly influence the trade f as prices of all domestic staples are already low :enough. Th e listless state of the ilearket is owini.the scarcity of money everywhere rather thanany other circumstance. We quote heavy Sheet ings at .14W§)15Mo, Printing Oahe 7,1 7340, standard - Prints 12®12340, Amos kegs 10,4@11,4ci lbr bad and.good styles, Wamtnitta Prints 8}169%c, • the inside. rate for poor styles;and Mona DebdnitiOt; 15)0)22e. as to style . . , Grain ' Bags de.1.,. pressed 'lnd good mikeillkelemoaltessiq American and Androscoggin. axe offered at 41s.