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Dug UESNE WORKS.
COLEMAN, RAHM & CO.
IRON, NAILS, STEEL,
AXLES AND SPRINGS,
DUQUESNE. L X AXD JUNIATA,
FLAT BAR ROUND AND SQUARE IRON.
RAND, HOOP, SHEET AND TANK IRON.
BOILER PLILTRA AND HEADS.
GUARD IRON DRAG and DROPPER BAWL
PLANO/0: CUTTERBeIts, CI LINDER
II" AItILFLAT RAIL, for Coal Roads.
;V.OW ANS,WRDGES & HARROW TEETH,
• _ZBING,PLOWA.ND OULTIVATOR STEEL,
STEEL WINGS AND MOULDS cut to pattern.
STEEL TIRES, STEEL SHAFTING, A. B:
COACH, BUGGY and WAGON SPRINGS. and
CUT „NAILS AND SPIKES. 7
All floods First Class and Warranted.
OFFICES AND WOBECI.
Sixteenth Street and Allegheny River,
and 77 Water Street, Pittsburgh.
SIIIEFFIp4III STEEL WORKS.
, Manufacturers of every descrtptlon of
CAST AIM GERMAN STEEL ; ,
RA ILW ESPAROS,
ELLL :C. AND PLATFORM SPRINGS,
AXLES, STEEL TIRE, Ac.,
Warehouse; 83 Water and 100 First Sts.
MILLER, BARR & PARKIN.
3ncTO4AL~r. KRUHEN MILLER,
Gru. IW. BARR, CAS. H PARKIN. SPECIAL PAitnriffe—S. M. KLUB.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
BARB & PARKIN,
0916 e, No. 339 Liberty St,
fal4:d4B PITTSIWIytH, PL
B LACK IDLIIII[OND
PARK, BROTHER 'ilk CO.,
'anuinfisetnrers Of all descriptions of
Ulnae and Warehonse, TI3IRTIRTH, THIRTY
?WS and BAIL 110.61) EITYLEETS, ,
Us, Vzirrza, P / Pousin,
AND. IRON CO.,
Railroad Pleb Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car Axles Boiled;
Railroad Car Axles Hammered;
Lommot.ive Prime Shaven
. l i/okel, Straps;
Piston Rods. Wrists;
'itman Jaws, Collars, Ac.
V. 51.643, 'No. 177 PECINTIA,Y STREET,
"the Trustees are now ore_oared togrnntlleen-
IFS tor the nee or um ...ELLEESELAN PRO
The imperier quality imparted to good Iron,
the great Improvement In inferior iron, and the
reduced cost, commend it to all mansifacjamera of
parties wishins to use tt eau obtain licenses by
'JAMES P. SPEER
- , Attorney for the Trustees,
ROME' 1, and 2„ EAgltstreo Bafdlag, 983(,
Parties interested are invited to visit the
!HO Z 2ißitatiEtt WORKS. where the recess le
now in sneceasful operation. . leB:dt7
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Wanner's% Nos. 166 - and 16? FIRST
STREET, Kooelte Mononga,leis House,
JOEilt M. CCKW*M..
.JOHN N. COOPER & CO.,
.76211 and limas Foundeis.
MARS ritOMPTLY TO Olf.DElt.
Makable and Gr 4 Iron Fittings,
GAS PIPE AND TUBING,
TEROTTLE,SAFETYAND CREC& VALVES,
• ALL GLOBE PATTERN.
Erase Work of every deser bOon for
Steamy Water and OIL
XLNUFACTIIRESS 0 FJ.ld. COUPES'S
Improved Balanee-Wheel Steam Pump.
Agents for Dreyfus' Patent Ou
ers, the best in the /Market.
°Zee and Works, corner Thirteenth and Pike
locuided A. D. ISBB.
ADAMS. AVICE.E- & CO.
5-EYSTONE STANDARD, )7AIRNA NFL 8 PAT.
ENT) PLATFORM AND COUNTER
jantu Faced Patent Door Locks and Latches,
Paint and Coffee Mills, ac.
GORIER' OF FIRST AVENTIE daGBANT?3II3,
Nor. IS and 4 8t. Clair Street, Pittaburgh. Ps.
Bye at ten tion given to the destotng And
bv 001:12t , *MU - sad -MIMI;
ENGINES, BOILERS, &o.
HUGH IL BOLE 8c CO,
Cor. Point Alley and Duquesne St.,
Engine Builders, Founders and
Machinists. • -.
Manofacture STEAMBOAT ENGINES and STA.;
TIONARY ENGINES of all sixes.
Special attention invited to onrnewBTATION
ABY OIL WELL ENGIN& AND PORTABLE
BOILER, of 15-horseipower: 3 -
CASTINGS,of every_kind, inideto order atria:
Foundry, on THIRD !WERE_ ,T below Market.
RIGS for OR Wells, SMATTBNG,
HANGERS, HOUSE andTOBACGO SCREWS and
IRON TOBACCOMMIMUGS, on head and made to
order, at the
Fronting on the Alleghen . River,. near the Point,/
mar All orders promptly tiled: TRY UB.
BOILER, STILL AND TAN
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-FLUED TUB.
IFER S. IRE-BOX AND C Y LINDER STEAM BOIL
OIL STILLS AND OIL TKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AN AND ASH P u lS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PA NS AND CO -
STEAM PIPES, GABOHETEBS AND N
PRISON DOOllB AND COAL sarras
Ocoee and Warehouse. corner Second
Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
ir Orders sent to the aboye address will be
promptly attended to. mh7:149
WM. HARNIIILL & CO., •
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. SO,. 3.11, 114 AND SO PENN ST.
Baring seemed s. large yard and furnished it
wits the meet approved machinery, we are pre
pared to manufacture every description of BOIL
ERS in the beet manner,. and warranted equal to
any made in the country.' Chimney,, Breeching,
Fire Beds, Steam Pipes, Ltive Boilers,
Condensers, Salt Pans, Tant OiISOIL% Agita
tors., Settling Pans, Boiler Iron, Brid es. Sugar
Pans. and sole manniketurers of B 's Pat
Repairing done on shortest notice. laii:c2l
Noe. 55 and 56 Water Street,
IRON. OIL TANKS,
SZTTIANG PANE. COPPER MUM PIPS,
ROLLO' Or MILL IMACJII3.
*ad BEET IKON WOB.S.
JAZ= 11. .3111M311--- —.....ZWITDD D. Races JARED M. HR — IISH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
SUEET IRON WORE. &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, &c.
it.BEADLEY t CO.,
NO. 30 WOOD STREET,
it i analscturers of the greatest variety or
Coy Parlor and Heating Stoves
TO BE POUND.
en cur assortment will be found all the LATEST
PATTARNS AND IMPROVAMES. To, and the
reputation of our Stoves Is such that any one in
want of a good article should purchase none but
those manufactured by us, as they will be found
the most durable as well_ as economical. Would
call particular attention. to our new VoLCAN!.
STOVE., for churches, halls anastores. Over 500
sold in three mounts: Intended for with or with
out casing. All who have used them pronounce
them superior to any other and tar cheaper. -
Send for illatalogne and Price LLst. leap
aRAFF, KNITS & CO.,
ILILIOTPACTIOLVES OP MOT VAIOEITY OP
BOSTON ,COOKING RANGE,
"THE MIRY FIIIINACE I r .
Fox Witutirre Burzbmge.
CP,LtIlliBiA COO OOEIN 2
STOV OV E E,
Pa ACEI C m v MA
206 and 208 Liberty Street,
5e25:31% PriIIBIEWH. PA.
CET TINE BESX.
BEINELL itt CO.'S
FOB MAW:4OOB CoAtz.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Roast as
nil &my other Ston in the Union.
- BISSELL &- 00.,
No. 285... Liberty Street.
also on eland anti for sale.
SEATI NG tna U Z : M I
TO BUILDERS !
500.000 feet Dry Pine Boards.
, . 150,000 feet 1), Jue.h Clear Plank:
25,000 feet 131 Inch Common Plank:
25,000 feet Dry 1 and 51 Inch Oak:
515,000 ft. X, 1, lyt, 2 and 3 Inch Poplar:
10.000 leet Dry Poplar Scantling:
• 10.000 feet Dry Yellow Pine Roardat
100,000 feet Hemlock Scantling.
303.000 feet No. 1 18 inch lisenal Shin.
scio,ooo No. 1113-Inch Shingles, sawed:
50,000 No. 116-Inch !Shingles, shaved;
DO, 000 Fire Brick;
100 one Fire lay;
AlsO,' Saw - Mill Lnln c ber, Locust and Cedar
Posts. and all articles In the line on band and for
sale by , ALEXANDER PATTERSON, Yards—
. No. 157 Xebeces street and corner of Preble and
Juniata Streets!, Sixth ward, Allegheny, late bor
ate' of hiancheSter. • . 54:6
WEIGHTS AM`D MIWHIRSIS.
B a wero.ltelglda and iteasn/i,
No. II /ODlerli BISEET,
(Between Liberty and Perry street*
Ordirr PrealPtil Wended to WM
2 LitiDirAOTITBZE9 OP
KNIT . FORT - PITT'
FOUNDRY , COMPANY.
. OFFICE AND WORKS,
fit - Engines, Rolling Mill Ma
chinery, Nail Machines, Re
torts, and Castings generally.
AND PIPE WORKS.
- Ceenthe Corzoll and Snudintan Street%
• (MINTS WARD,I
ILLIAM SMITH, . 1r
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE
FOR OM AND WA.17.3 WORM. 7.
My ?thee are all cast lnaarlablfla Pits, la dry
sand, and 1M feet lengtlia. Also, full.assorrnient
Castings for Gas and Water Works.
• WiIsMAX MILLER,
(Successor to JOS. P. 11114111 & C 0.,)
Has facilities co -extensive with the leading
Forges in 'She East, and is prepared to promptly
and satisfactorily till all orders for STEAMBOAT
SHAFTS, CRANES. PISTON BOD 4, LEVERS,
PITMAN JAMS, WRISTS, RAILROAD AXLES,
_together with every
description of SHAPE WOES. °like and Forge,
Corner of Duquesne Way and First Street.
CO.,OBINSON, BE C
Successors to BoICNOON. MINIS
FOUNDERS AND NACHINISTS,PITTSBUREM,
Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Steam En-
Ones. Blast Engines, MID Machinery, Hearing,
Shafting, Castings of all descriptions: Oil Tanks
and Stills, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Once, No. lA, corner First and Smithfield
Agents for MIMED'S PATENT INJECTOR
fa feeding Boilers. Jail :MD •
THOMAS C.&IILIN & CO.,
ourth Ward Foundry and aehine Work',
SANDUSKY ST.. ALLEGHEICYCITY.
Mannfactuate of Statlon.lry and Portable Steam
Engines, vu rresse., endeya,:Shatttng, tirtst
and Saw Work, Bolling Intl and Machine
Castings. Orate Bars. Weights, Wagon Boxes,
..te. Build to order and nave on hand Marines of
aA sues. mrlegS
AND ROLL WORKS
880 Penn Street.
BoT,LitAN, BOYD it BAOALEY.
chn mous, cuttings. Roll Lathe& &c.
DIADIOND OIL WORKS,
N. M. LONC & CO.,
Office. D-ILLZELL BUTLDUTO,
fen Dttqueine Way. Pittabarsti. Ps.
WARING AND RUG,
Com:anion Ate:chianti sad Broken La
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BLOCK, DUQUESNE WAY,
Room 17, Chamber of Commerce,
133 SOUTH SECOND STREET
AND DZA.LICILI LY
Petroleum and Its Products,
Pittanurth WIIce—DALZELLIS SIRLOIN%
corner of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets,
2111114elphla Office—UT WALNUT ST.
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY,
HERBERT if. C. TWEDDLE,
Lubricating & High Test laming Oils.
Eelipse Railroad Axle Oil.
Stands great heat without change; remains
limpid at lowelft temperatures. Special VU for
tropical climates or hot weather. •
Locomotive, Engine, Machine Shop,
Saar RIII and Planing Rill OUs.
Adapted for high wed.
Spindle Oil, Wool Head•Liglit Oil,
Oil, Tanners' Shiff•lllensole,
Img d Finishing Oil,: Gasoline,
Harness Oil, I Parralline.
Almon yI&RNISH, tO preserve Bright Iron
Work and .ainery , from Bust.
These products are manufactured under Dr.
Twetfilte l s_sietentiyi Superheated Steam In Tao
cuo. '/ he Illabrica ng 011ie are almost odorless,
perfectly pure, n orm, and mostly light eel •
ored, scan d a bin temperature unchanged. and
remain Irmpld durgag extreme cold. The Railroad
Otis are unequalled, and are in constant use on
many of the princip ali Railroads. Samples can
bebe ermined and orders left at 174 WOOD
Works at Sharpeburg Bridge.
BEIDETIN GS AND BATTING.
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
Masoacturers of HEAVY MCDIIIM and LIONT
AUFO/10/1 4111/10 larsearous
ISZEILITINGIS liArt iti14711,11.
MONDAY, JULY 26, 1869
FIFTH AVENUE BANK
Is now open for 'Discount, Deposit an 4 General
Banking Business, at 195 FIFTH AVENUE.
Any sum received fro:n One Dollar upwards.
Interest at the we of six per cent, paid on
ED. DITHRIDUE. W. F. WRYMAN.
W. H. SIMS. FRANK KEI3ERT
W. C. ROBERTSON, Elso'RY MEYER,
DAN. EINZER. • D. 31. ARMOR,
• 'EMIL POERSTEL.
F.D. DITHRIDGE, President.-
F. F. SCHENCK, Cashier.
NO. 80 FOURTH AVENUE,
CASH CAPITAL 0200.000
Stockholders Individually Liable.
BANK OF ISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.
JOHN FLOYD WM. FLOYD,
President. - Cashier.
Thos. M. Marshall,
• Wm. T. -. Shannon,
James W. A rott,
Chas. B. Le eh,
This Bank is now fully organized and prepared
o do a general Banking business.
HART, CAUGHEY & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
caucczsdoEs To HANNA., EAST a CO"!
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And part:eulsz attention patd :o the pnrctuaat
and date of
Sight Drafts on London.
1 1 \T HOLMES & SONS,
57 Market Street,
Collections made on a tIIe prtncipal points of
the United Otates and Canada*.
Stocks,Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT AND BOLD ON COMMISSION.
Panienlir atteat4on ;aid :co the purchase end
United States Securities.
JAY COOKE &. CO.,
114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
STt./CES sad BONai uC AL. descripttoma
bought had solo
Spec al stuantlon gt7e'a to Cie purctiaft and sala.
of government Securities
CITY HANK. •
112. Firth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
CAPITAL, 8/00,000. •
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY _LIABLE.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.-
Bought and sold. and when desired remitted to
Europe. Collections made on all the principal
Points of the United Stater add Canada.
JAICK Innszn, President.
MIB 141cCa.na. Vice President.
JOHN B. GOttsfltY. Cashier.
D. Ihmien. James McCabe,
Thomas Rourke, . John Savage,
J. Dunlevy, Jr., Terence Campbell,
Patrick. Hane, James Phelan,
Chas. B. Barr, H.A.Freyvogle,
Jaoaos.Hermann. Thomas Barnes,
Hugh Heating., Jel:k3
DOLLAR SAYINGS BANK.
NO. 65 FOURTH STREET.
CHARTERED IN 1333.
ASSETS 66,603,431 33.
Open daily, from u o'clock A. 1 . 4 ...t0 3 o'clock
r. at, and SATURDAY EVENINUS, from
May Ist to :November Ist, front 'lto o
6 'oloc 6_,
awl-from Novembef Ist to May Ist. from '0 to S'
Deposits received of all
dividend not less than
ONk. DOLLAR and a of the plants
declared twice a year, in June and December.
interest has been deeiared semi-annually In June
and Decetnber'shice the Bank was organized, at
the rate of six per emit. a year.
Interest, If not drawn out, is placed to the
credit of the depositor as principal, and hears the
same Int crest fromthe Ist days of June and
December:compounding twice a year, without
troubling the depositor to call, or even to present
his pass book. At this rate money wilt double In
it,, than twelve years. • .
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules
and Regulations, furnished gratis, on applica= .
tion at the Wilco.
John G. Sackofen, •'1 A. - M. Pollock, if, D.,
Ben). Y. Fahnestock, Robert Robb,
James Hardman, John H. Shoeuberger,
James McAuley, James elildle,
James IL D. Mends, Alexander Speer,
babe M. Pennock, Christian Yeager.
Wm. S. Anderson, i Hobert C. Loomis?
, I Henry J. Lynch,
John C. Studley, i Peter A. Madeira,
George Black, • 1 John Marshall, •
Hill Surgwin, - Walter p. Marshall,
Alonzo A. Carrier, ; John H. McFadden,
ChariesA. Colton, :I Ormsby Phillips, -
John Evans, ! HeuryLßlngwalt,
John J. Gillespie, ! Wm. E;Schmertz,
William S. Haven, Alexander Tlndie,
Peter H. Hunker, William Van Kirk,
Richard Hays, 1 Isaao whittl er,
James D. Kelly, Wm, P. Waimea.
_DutasunEa—CHARLES A. COLTON.
'_ EIf!SIKTARY--.IACIES IL D. HEEDS.
HOLTZHAN & IVII7DERHOLD.
No. 100 27tird Avenue,
Upholsters and Dealers in Certain Good
Dtrert the attention of their friends . ..rid. the
public to their finely limited stock of
Lace and .Nottinghani cartairis Veitit)lllo
Laces, :Damask 11,Aps. Forty's Mexican cloth.
Satin, Delanes. Gilt Cornices. Gilt and Walnut
Mouldings, Spring Bede of superior make, /Dux
Matrasses (pure white hair.) Pillows, Bolsters.
and everything perteininz to a arst•class bed.
The latest Paris an Berlin designs for Draperies
atthe inspection els customers. Pars Whl te
Eastern Show athenialwafs on hind.
NO.IOO . THIRD AVENUE.
JAJLES T 1 BRADY 86 Co.,
(Successors 08. 'JONES I C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
33 A. IV TEL .3M FL SS,
BUT AND SELL ALL MINDS 07
GOVERNIICENT . SECURITIES,
SOLD, 8114118 AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVOFLABLE
Mr" Interest Allowed on Deposits.
/Or Money Loaned on Government - Bonds at
lowest market rates.
Order?' executed for the Paretic's°
and Sale •of STOCKS, BONDS and
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.
John M. Mart:and:
Jas. D. Kelly,
We will register sit kinds of Government
Bonds free of charge. This gives the holder ab
solute security against theft, loss, or destruction.
JAMES T. BRADY & CO
Dealers in Government Bonds,
COR. FOUR= & WOOD STS.
°mos or PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
SA.TU BOAT, July 24, 1869.
The decline of our bonds in London
on Friday last from 833; to 83, gaVe rise
to a firmer feeling in the gold room, and
the further decline to 82X, and 87X in
Frankfort on Saturday, was the forerun
ner of graaual advance in gold from 1353;
to 13634. The large short interest of
speculators and importers. as well as the
published programme of the Treasury.
department for August, indicating the
payment of more currency for the pur
chase of eleven millions of bonds, and
the sate of only two millions Or gold,
' give the gold market an appea i rance of
unusual str6ngth, and we must not be
surprised to see the market advance
from 3 to 4 per cent. during the week.
Our big delayed exports of. specie in
the hope of finding a market. again for
our bonds, have at last begun,:and the
consequence of overtrading must be
plainly visible to every intelligent mer
chant or banker. The low rate of gold
last December and the efforts or the
Chicago grain speculative cliques have
prevented a free export of our produce,
anti the low currency price of cotton
gave the importers and exporters the
ad vantage of buying more extensively
of foreign manufactures at low rates.
The dullness of business in general in
duced many a merchant of the sea
ports to try his hand at speculation ad
ventures, whereby he lost his capital and
enriched the already wealthy .specala-
tors of the gold and bond cliques, not
to mention the doings of the wealthy
class of Railroad operators who plun
dered friends and' foes alike in their wa
tering,of the snare capital of nearly every
road of the country. The question is
daily asked, what becomes of the money
or the representative of money, the pa
per manufactured for that purpose.
The circulation seems to be out, yet , ac
cording to the books of the Treasury de-
I pertinent a large amount 'is lying
idle in the Treasury vaults, placed there
for special disbursement purposes, but
perhaps not actually drawn for some
time, and especially withheld at a time
when money was scarce' inordinary
business channels. Again the Treasury
withdrew a very lame amount of cir
culation from the National . Banks and
placed it .in the Sub-Treasury and its
depositories, where it is as well as if it
was not in existence. These deposits in
the National Banks formed a very e -
semial - part Of their•discount capital, and
was a great aonice of profit to them.
But. more than all, the country requires
double the capital:of 1363. The country
being more extended for business pur-
poses, in time of 'distrust double
the circulating medium is required in
camp orison to.llmes when ,credit fuxn-
tains the larger part of the medium of
Quotations as received .by Ph. R.
Mertz: Gold, .1.361‘; Silver, 130; Eighty-
one's, 120 X; Five Twenties, lfife, 123 x;
do 1864, 121 X; do 1865, 121%; do 1865,
Consols, 1261 4 3 do 1867;s .11Z0%; do 1868,
1201,;; Ten Forties, 111%;, New York
Central, 214;5; Erie, —; Reading, 96%;
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne /St' Chicago
31%; Micbigan Southern, 10514; C.lsve.!
land & Pittsburgh, 108; Chicago Li
Rock Island, 114; • chicago do North
Western, 79%; Chicagd di North Western
Preferred, 93%; AdatrisExpress Com
pany, 130;4; Merchants _ nlon Express,
10m; Pacific Mall, 83941Weateria Union
Telegraph Company, 37; Am. W. Ex-
EXCHANGE, - Large. 82nall.
London, pr £ 1 43 , 7 0 $6,80
Paris. per franc 27V, 2816
Berlin, chiller 99 3 1 1 00
Frankfort, florins 58% 6934.
quPtAtions, received T. Brady & 14°4
. 135 ti; United
Bought at Highest Prices.
PH. R. HERTZ, Banker
Cor. Wood and Fifth Streets.
FINANCE AND TRADE,
523; Ohio (St Misiimippi,
States :Ries, 1881,12138; Five..Tys>euties,
1862, 123 34> do. 1864, 121 ; do. 1865, 121 X;
Ten-Forties, IION Flve-Twenties. Jana,-
ary and July, 1865,120!;: do. do. 1867,\
120; do. do, 1868, 120 1 ,‘; Due Com
pounds, 119; Union Pacific Railroad, 90:.
Central do. do., 99; Cy. Pacifica , 107 % ;
Lake Superiors 96,
LB7 Te:egraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.),
NEW Your., July 24, 1869.
Money easy at 6@)7 per cent., •with
free offers late in the day. Disbounts
quiet at B@l2 per cent. ' , Report says thFe
Secretary of, the Treasury will continr,e
to purchase bonds in Auguston the stqae
basis as in this month, without increa..ing
the sales of gold, '
The bank statement waa favorable;-
total reserve is nearly ibmillion and a
half greater than last week's; loans
$259,661,889, increase $2,633,600; specie
$30,079,424, decrease $976.026. circulation
decrease 467,639; deposits
$193,622,260, , increase
tenders $54,271,862, increase $2,112,156.
Sterling quiet at 10@18 per cent. Gold
opened at 135%, advanced to 1364, and
closed at 136%@13634; the rise was occa
sioned by the heavy shipments and pri
vate telegrams announcing the fall of 34
ner cent. in bonds at Frankfort and Lon-
It was stated the Russian govern
ment put a new 5 per cent. loan of a
hundred million thalers on the Frank
fort Market, which caused a decline in
our bonds, carrying the rates.for gold to
4@7 per cent. The, clearances were $ 48 ,-
000,000. Exports for tooday were 81,403,-
376; exports for the week wore $3,082,015.
, Governments firmer. The closing pri
ces were! Coupons of 'Bl, 121 1 4@12133;
do. '62, 123 5 ,;@123%; do. '64, 121121,7;
do. '65, 121:, 1, .;©121,7(0 do. new. -120@)
120%.: do. '67, 120%@120%; do. '6B, 120 1 4
(Z612115v; 10-40's, 111% ®111,;,; Pacific's,
State bonds steady; Missouris, 8734;
old Tennessees, 63; new, 57%; old Virgin
ias, 59,1.1; new, 61, 1 ,4; old North Carolinas,
59; new, 53.
Stock market strong and buoyant most
of the day, particularly on Venderbilt
shares. Harlem advanced-to 156, a riso
of 014 per cent.; New York Central
touched 2161‘, and Hudson 191. The
rest of the list advanced 34 per cent., in
sympathy, with considerable activity.
The market subsequently fell of :nightly
k under realizations, but closed strong,
though, as usual on Saturdays, quiet.
5.3 u Piy•ees: Canton, 59; Oilmoerland,
31 Weikern, 37; Quicksilver, 1536; Mar
iposa, 8; do. preferred, 15y; Pacific Mail,
84, 1 4 : Adams Express, 60 4 3: Wells and
Fargo, 223 : American, 42y 4 ; Merchants,
1056: New. York Central, 21574; Harlem,
155; Hudson,l9o; Reading, 97%; Erie, 29;
do. preferrd, 54V Michigan' Central,
132%; Michigan Southern, 106 w; Illinois
Central, 14134; Pittsburgh, 108: North
western. , 793,1; do. preferred, 93%; Cleve
land, Columbus and Cincinnati,: 7M;
Rock Island, 11734; St.. - Paul, 76%; do.
preferred, 87. ' Wabash, 72%;Fort Wayne,
15234; Terre' Haute, 36; - Chicago and Al
ton, 167; Ohio and Mississippi, -- 314; St.
Joseph, 130; Burlington and Quincy, 190.
Mining Shares dull: Quartz Hill, 105;
LaCrosse, 15; Gregory, 165.
Coppers at Boston: Copper Falls; 7;
Franklin, 12; Heels, SO; Minnesota, 44;
Quincy, 2434. •
• S u b•Treas ry receipts, $16,706,895; pay
ments, $1,440,264; balance $96,079,045.
Imports—dry goods. $2,187,841; general
PE!TROLE LT3I DIARKJET,
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
SATURDAY, July 24, 1869.
REVIEW FOR THE wFEK.
The oil market has been ( more active
during the .past week, the sales in the
aggregate having been large, both for
present and future delivery, and with a
stronger feeling. Prices, compared with
last week, area shade higher. The de
mand comes from exporters as well as
New. York "shorts," both of whom have
been buying pretty freely, and the great
proportion of it has been sold by
Pittsburgh. As intimated in our last
report, New York is said to be , largely
"short" for this month, while Pitts
burgh is "long," and as a consoquence
the latter is selling while the former
buying, which is all right, with the ex
ception that Pittsburghers would like to
have better prices. July oil advanced
about a quarter to-day, and August also,
was stronger and higher. '
. A private dispatch from Philadelphia,
to-day, furnishes the following particu
lars In regard to stocks in that market.
Stock in warehouse 43,098 bbls.
Charters made 45,650
Of which there is board 8,750
Tonnage yet to be filled 36,900 bbls.
Excess over tonnage__ ......... 6,098 bbls.
This does not include the oil en route •
from Pittsburgh for the past three days
—the shipments yesterday were 6,319 '
Receipts Crude this week, 18,506 blals;
last week, 14,280; from January • let
to date, 453,411; same time last year, •
643,966. Exports Befined, this week,
19,032 bbls: last week,d5,559; from Janu
ary Ist to date, 266,744; same time last
year 328,731. Sales Chia week 57,400; last
As already noted, the market was
stronger for July & August to-day. and ,•
about a quarter hlglier, with a fair vol
ume of business in the aggregate. Late
months steady, but unchanged. Sales
1,000 August last half, at 32y; 1,000 do,
at 32g; 1,000 do, at 32;4; 5,000 in lots for
July, at 3l y 4; 1,000 do, at 32; 2,000 first •
half, at 3234; 2,000 do last half, at 3434;
lines firm, for last three or four months,
The crude market is firm and moder
ately, above, though without essential
change in prices. Sales 2,000 seller till I
October, at SS,SO at Venango city; 5,000,
3.000 and 8,000, seller all year, at 143 i.
July and August seller may be quoted
at - 14%, and buyer all year at MN. ,
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil.
Eclipse Railroad Axle
RECEIPTS OP CRUDE OIL.
W. Wilson dr,
Pool & Bro.
D Bly & Co
. , .
OIL SHIPPED EAST BY A. V. R. E. ' •
Lockhart, Frew & Co. 513 bbla refined
to Warden, Frew ~t Co. Philadelphia. -•• . .
Braun & Wagner 500 bbla refined to \
Waring, 'King dr, Co., Philadelphia.
B. W. Morgan & Co., 160 hbla refined ‘.
to Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Total Refined ..... . ... ...... ...... 1,163
OIL SNIPPED EAST AT DUQUESNE DEPOT.
• Brooke:. Ballentine & Co., 55 bbls ref'.
to Warden, Frew & Co.,Philadelphia.
Hutchison Oil &Reining Co., 477 bbls
to Warden, Frew drCO., Philadelphbx, -
Total shipments RUfined d .... .. ... ..
ptr. • SHIPMENTS FEB VIZIEre , PENN
A. Hertrot 00 ,1.078 bias-
1,040 L 6