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COLEMAN, MIK & CO.,
IRON, NAILS,I , STEEL,
AXLES AND. SPRINGS,
woursßNE, !Lair Aajr* lUMLITA,
ELT ROITND AND !SQLI ARM IRON.
• AM HOOP A BUERI AND TANK. IRON.
MRS PLaTaS AND HRADS,____
. 4PUAAD IRON DRAU andLDßOrrisa
YLANelay:O , BASS, DTLINDma
SON ; •
AR.ROA.7I4IT RAILjor Coal Roads._
.1 1 1 knhEltDOas & HAUSA INV TRA - wri•
_PLow aND CULTIVATOR STSRL•
• MEL WINGS AND MOULDS entio pattern.
• STEEL 'USW, STEEL SLIAFTD4O. A. R.
' MCC . streciv . and NV AGON SPII/N6B and
NAILS AND SP •
1 34 . 1 r1 a 1i
.-AUSOodslirst Class and Warranted.
OFFICES AND. WORKS.
oLatotearh Street and Allegheny River,
and IT Water Street, Pittsburgh.
BUEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.
BINGER, NI3IIOIC & CO.,
4 11anufacturers of every deseriptlon of
-VAST ANP.GPMM STEEL,
171cr TS f ir n ; a f 5
Warehouse, 811 Water aadl.oo First Sta.
MrIMER, BARR & PAIEUUN•
r• =To t REUBEN KILLEN.
30. W. BABE.
PARTRAIL — B. H. SIBS.
CRESCENT STEEL 'WORKS,'
13/113 & P :41
Ilee, No. 339 Liberty St,
:11 ,k rEsB i rs
8LA43116. ,.., D1A810ND
BROTHER & CO.,
Vinufseturersiif all descriptions of
FIB= 1.44 lathitchiu STREETS.,
IWRSIIRSEN PROGISS. ,
The Trustees are now p re arts to grant licen
ses for the yaw& the 11...11A.Uallai PRO
The riperier quality imparted to good iron,
Vie great improvement in inferior iron. and the
reduced cost.cominend It to aL manufacturers of
Parties wishing VS use it can obtain license! by
JAMES P. SPEER
Attorney for the Trustees,
BOOKS 1 and B. English's Building, VS%
parties interested are invited to visit the
erationßKS. where the recess is
=mccessful op. ileS:dt7
EFERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
Warettotie, Nos. UR) and WY rutn
WSW. Won Ito Mcmonga s Ron se._
imi d )"° lll7
JliN COOPER & CO.,
Bell and Brass Founders.
NADI; PROMPTLY TO ORDER.
ldaleatde and Grey Iron Fittings,
GAS PIPE AND TUBING,
IHROTTLB,BII I I II AND CiIECK TAM%
ALL ;MOBS PATTERN. ,
grass Work of every daqtptlon for
Steam; Water and ML
K ANtriiartiitisi arg,coorz Lys
Improved (Balance-Wheel Steam Pump.
Agents for Dreyfus' Patent Oil
, era, the best fa the Market.
Office and Works, corner Thirteenth and Pike
Weld& . , .
aq4 fti 1144W.11)
- "'winded A. D. IS3$
AXIAM. BPI= & CO.
ILNYErioniE STANDABb,LTAXMLINIC Ei Pia
zza) PLATV,OIthI AND COUNTS&
Anne Faced rate.nt Doo
I Locke and Latches.
Paint and COntOUs, &c.
GLASS. CHINA, CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET.
NEW GOODS. 73
FINE VASES, lit
BOIMIIIAN AND CHINA.
NW B DIN E N B ift SETS
OLFT ours,, s
large stock of
of all descriptions.
CO and :es mine oar goods, sad we
feel satisfied no one need fall to be stilted.
8,. E. BREED & CO.
100 WOOD_ STBDET.
42114A1011 8ILINOZ8LT••••••11111111 altlll6
Sso Om Y. aCIECCIIIL&If a Co.,
adlanglattlige l laV ElVAl
gar m% ca. IS sad 14
HUE It BOLE 8c CO,,
Con Point Alley and Duquesne St.,
Miss MI POINT.)
Engine ,Buil ders, Founders and
&Jinon STEA)SBOAT ViGrtiEd and Pak
uoNAßy ENGINES,. of sties. •
Special attention invited to our newSTATION
ER,of OIL WILL ENGLNE AND pORTAELZ
CASTINGS, of every kind, made toorder *tour
Foundry, on THIRD 13TREE,T below Market.
RIGB for Oil Wells, SHAFTING, PULLEYS,
HANGERS, HOUSE and TOBACGOISOREW I3 and
IKON TOBAGPO FAURE% On lIIOXI pill made to
order, at the A
Fronting on the Allegheny lilver,near, the Point,
sar All orders promptly filed. 'MT V!.
F oaT NTT
BOILER, STILL AND TANK
,-.WOIZIES - . •
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, rioußLELimum TUBULAR,
7IBIL-BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM SOIL
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH I'ANB,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS ANA CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
PRISON DOOlll3 AND COAL erairms
(Mee and Warehouse. corner Seeond,
Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
Aar Orders sent to the sbcrre address will be
.nintly attended to. mh7:189
WM. BANNIIILL & CO.,
AND sli3ora . IRON WORKERS,
sos..so, is, 1114 AND lie PENN BT.
Having secured a e yard and furniShed
;11110 the. meat lipprovea machinery *ease pr e .
Dared tOmanufacture every description of BOIL
ERS in the hest manner, and warranted equal to
any made in the country'. Chimneys, Breeching,
Tire *Beds, Aneam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers,
Condensers, Bain fans. Tanks, Oil Stills, Agita
tors, BettU.ng Tans, Boiler Iron, Bridges, Sugar
Pans, and sole ManaPacturers of BarnhilPs Pat
ent Boilers. N
Repairing done o shortest notice. I abicil
&WWI 814 R , ER,
Nos. 65 and 6 i Water. Street,
;immune 4 , PA.,
. - ttaNSFACTRERR
IRON OIL T MKS,
-, oiriumi rays, porrEsearrs4roz.
ROLLINO KILL 13TACEN,
Arid IMOINT IRON WORN.
- For Steamboats.
JAB= M. 1381,811.«. - . • —... cominn) D. Baum
TAILED M. BRUSH & SON,
ti . YANDIAC4RII I2I3B 01
Steam Boiteri,'Oil SEi lbh TARIM.
SHEET IRON WORE. &0.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BB PIA Ytt CO.,
NO:30 WOOD STREET,
Cook, Parlor Heating Staves,
TO BE 101331 D.
In our assortment will be found all the LATEST
PATTPENS AND IMPROVAMENTS. and the
reputation of our Stoves Is such that any one in
Wa t of a good article should purchase none but
rho e manufactured by us, as they will be found
the oat durable as well as economical. Would
curhAtchni oha lo
sold In three montne. - Intended for with or with
out casing. All who have used them pronounce
them superior to any other and far cheaper.
Send for Catalogue and Price List. Je.3o
us & CO3
awanrAcruares OF WINN TABEIST OP
BOSTON COOKING RANGE,
\ YOB WINDOM BUILDINGS.
rzaw_ ANTI-DUST COOKING STOVE.,
VAN UL (
COLUMBIA. COOK STOVA.
VAN'S (Cincinnati ' Pattern) PORTABLE
RANOK 0 AST IRON MANTLES, WR
BEFLECTOR,HBATES tree from dirt and dut;
MI 44 . •
- •13 1 . / 11 T c:T
10111.1144. s4.)ftliabegti. Alttnett
5e75:127 PITTSBURGH, PA.
STOVES. CASTINGS, &o.
Manufacturers of the greatest variety of
' ---'' :4E11::1;' WEST.
i \ fiir\
rat • Bripirrif oGB mu,.
Warranted to Cook Bake or Boast se
Ail many other store in the Won.
No. 285 Liberty Street.
Lilo on kind and for salei,
COOKING ANGER. So.
TO HU , •
aoo.ooto feet Dry Pine Boards.
• 110.000 feet 1% Mel: Clear Plank:
' ! A 5,000 feet 1% inch Common Plank,
• U 5,000 feet Dry : 1 and Si inch Usk:
)15,000 ft. %, 1,1)01 and 3 Inen Poplar:
10.000 feet Dry Poplar Scantling: •
- • 10,000 feet Dry Yellow Me licrardli
100,000 feet Hemlock Scantling.
sommo feet lio. AS lnch Man
SOO.OOO No. 164nch Shingle!. luireu;
50,000 140. 1 15-inchtlhlAgles, staved;
60, ' Fire Brickt
• • 1, - Plea Tue.
100 Tons giro Clan
• Also, Saw 111111 Lumber, Locnet and Cedar
Posts, and all articles In the line on band and for
sale by ALEXANDER PATTERSUN. Yards—
No. 101 Rebecca street and corner of. Pre ble and
Juniata streets, Sixth ward, Allegheny. lulu bor"
cosh of Aluschester. . r . , !LW
MIRGEITS AND BIZAS'O3IIB.
■ sealer of Weights and ig eureat
SBetwtea Matt sad rem streetil
Odes smispar ettluded alga
sSATURDAY AU GUST
KNAP -PORT PITT
OFFICE AND WORKS,
DrEngines, Bolling Min Ma
chinery, Nail Machines, Re
torts, and Caitinp generally.
AND PIPE WORKS.
corner Carroll and filmannoase Eltgesda.
, : „ • , •
PITTEDEMIUWEI, PAL. ,
OAST IRON BOWL PIPE
FOB CAB k AND WA.TBB WOMB.
PloesUre all east Inyariablyla Pits, In dr7
sand, and as feet lengths. Also, DM assortment
of general •
Castings for Clas and Water Works.
I would also call the - attention ofitrwl intend.
ants of Gas Works to my wake of REW/ITS.
(Successor to JOS. P. HAIGH £ C 0.,)
Hu facilities co•extensive with the leading
Forges la-the East, and is prepared to promptly
and satisfactonly 11l all orders for STEAMBOAT
SHAFTS, CRANKS, PISTON RODS, LEVERS,
PITMAN JAMS,WRISTS, RAILROAD AXLES,
LOCOMOTIVE FRAMS, together with every
description of OILY& WORK. 0111.ce and Porte,
Corner of Duquesne Way and First Street.
ROBINSON, ILEA & CO.,
Successors to BOBLVIKIX. MINIS a XlSSZlirai
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH,
• Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Steam Su
gSin es t Bl , a C s t Engines,B M e Machinery. Gearing,
h dhs,_Bl ng and ll he d t c a WorkolTanks
ce, No. LI, corner First and Smithlield
Ag • nts for o ilers. PATENT INJECTOR
for le • • • Boller,. jallirS2
THOMAS CARLIN & CO.,
Fourth W kiloundry and !Lachine Works,
BANDLIBMP ALLIAKIIMP OITY, PA.,
Manufacturers of tAllon sry and Portable Stearn
auguss, Los .eres. )3haftiso;„ Orbit
and law It
Work, • Iliac. Mill and Machine.
eastingg, Grate ßUS, "eights, Wa,p_ts Boxes,.
in. Build to order and b ye MI liana =rines oi
all flies. 'nets:ob.
AND ROLL W , NKS
880 , Penn treet.
BOLLMAII, BOYD &
mullions, MD. Castings, 801 l Lathes. &
DIAMOND OIL WORELS,
H. M. LONG & CO.,
Office, DLLZELI; BUILDING.
fen Dagnesne Way, Pittsburgh, Pa.
WAIONG - AND BUNG,
Oomadsidcni Merehants and Broken la
Petroleum and ' its Products,
DWELL'S BLOCK, DUQUESNE WAY.
Boom 17, MoMber of Commerce,
ni BovrilzirD BiREZT.
COPH ISSION x NE CHARTS .
AND IilL&LI88 IN
Petroleum and its Products, s
comer of LuqUenle Way sad Irwin Med& -
Philadelphia 0110-IST WALNUT ST.
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
REHM= W. C. THYDDLE,
Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils.
Eallpso Railroad Aide OIL ~
Stands great heit withbut change; remains
limpid at lowest to Special OH for
tropical OUntatea or hot weather.
Looomotlve,Englae, Machllie Shop,
Will out Screws:\
Saar.llllll.aad Planing XiII 0114, -
' -Adtateillorbigr (peed. '
Spindle 011, Wool. Ilead•Lighs oll,
oil, Tanners' Stuff. Bousale,
Ing&frioishiraii OR, Gaaolino,
litaruela 011, IPar \ ratUne.
ARMOR VARNISH, to preserve Bright Iron
Work and Machinery from Aust.\
These products are mangactured under Dr.
Twegdie , s patent by iinpergeated Steam in Vac
cuo. Ibe Bubxicating Uills are almost odorless,
perfectly pure, ['Mom and mostly \ light Cot.
ored, sten d a high temperature unchang=
!vant' limpid during extreine cold. The
Ohs arertinequalled, and are in constant `use on
many of to e principal Railroads. Samplea can
be ezmined and orders left at 174 WOOD
wr az m. Works at Sharpshurg Bridge.
HOLMES, BELL es CO.,
' ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
NO. 80 FOURTH .AVENUE,
CASH CAPITAL • • • • • $200.000
Stockholders Individually Liable.
liANIK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.
JOHN FLOYD W. FLOYD,
President. - ' Cashier.
Thos. M. Marshall, - 1 John M. Martiand,
Wm. T. Shannon, I Archibald Wallace,
James, W. Arrott, • ! Jae. D. Kelly,
Chas. B. Leech, I Wm. Floyd.
John Floyd, 1
This Bank is now tally organised and prepared
to do a general Banking business.
FIFTH AVENUR BANK
Is now open for Discount, Deposit and General
Baaktng BlllllleBll4 at 195 FIFTH AVENUE.
Any an receited from One Dollar upwards.
Interest at the rate of Biz per cent. paid on
ED. DITHRIDGE, W. P. WHYMAN,
W. R. RMS. FRANK hIEBERT,
W. O. ROBERTSON, IDE.ARY ME O Y R IN,
DAN. KINZER. th _
D. DITHRIDOE, President.
F. V. SCHENCK, Cashier.
HART, CAUGHEY & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
corner Third and Woad Streets,
arUCCMORiTO HAPAX. EAST • C0..1
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
had particular attention e
road to the oarehase
Biala Drafts on 'London.
1 1 Z' HOLMES & SONS,
57 Market Street,
Collections made on all the wincing Pointe Of
the United States end Osnades.
Stocks,Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON 00XKLBSION.
Particular attention Dud to the purchase and
lirj o Llted States Seourities.
JAY COOKE & CO.,
114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
STOOLS and BONDS of all descriptions
bought and sold.
Special attention given to the purchase and sale
of Government Securities. NAM
112 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
INTEREST' PAID ON DEPOSITS.
POREIGN EXCHANGE -
Bought and sold, and when desired remitted to,
Europe. Colleetions Amide on all the principal
Points of the United States and Canada.
JANZIS SICOABZ, Vice President.
JOHNS. ttonmxacr. Cashier.
D. Ibmsett,James McCabe,
Thomas Bourke, John Savage,
J. Dunievy, Jr., Terence Campbell,
Patrick- Kans. James
Chas. B. Barr, -
JnOaros.Hermann. Thomas Barnes,
Hugh eating. jel:ks
HOLTELiIf 'a WIEDEBAOLD.
No. 100 Third Avenue,
Upholster* and , Graleni in Curtain Goods,
Direct the attention , of their friends and the
pubis to their fine* assorted stock of
Lace and Nottingham cartel= Vestibule
Laces. Damask Reps. F erry's Mexican cloth
Batin;Delanes, (lilt Cornices, Gut 1111 d Walnut
Mouldings,. Spring Beds of unperior make, Ram
?detrains (pure white hair.) Pillows. Bolsters,
and everything pert. lultut to a first.clam bed.
The latest Paris and - Berlin designs for Draperies
atthe 'um:mutton or their customers. Pure white -
Eastern lihow Feathers Aiwa's or. hand.
HOLTZMAN' dr, WIRDEHHOLD.
NO. 100 THIRD AVENUE.
mild% : •
CRESS& SPRIN GS..
Ti•ls Fayorlte Sommer Resort, •
Sitnited on . the Summit of the * ALLEGHENY
MOUNTAINS, 2,2100 FEET ABOVE THE
LEVEL OF THE cEA, will be open for tbo re.
°option of guests on the 18th oay of JUNE.
Thu buildings' connected wlththe establishment
have been entirely renovated and newly furnish
ed. Excursion Tlt kets sold by the Pennsylvania
go oda PldlAdtlybla, Harrisburg and Pitts
burgh, for tip. Baum " All _ train , stop at
F TVO r URiNfIo S m ED ti C , TadAesESFOB
GEO Vtf. ; IItULLIN, Proprietor,
CI moon Springs, Cambria rmanty. Pa.
kilial• p : ' RS.
\(Lotatuttersith W. HessentuSse.)
111:13 T TA41407 3 0 •
No. 53 Smithfield Streei.Pittsburgh.
NreW *RING 000 pg•
• splendid new stock of
CLOrlis, 6,*pifEßEß ,
iji l4 6 :ci
atershaat Mori 111,1110 644 Wadi
GOL D ,
SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought at Highest Priccs.
PH. A. 11F4RTZ, Banker
Cor. Wood and Fifth Streets.
stoJAMES TB DRAM 00 4
(inecessors oS. JONES i C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts,
.3B .43t. 3r." 319,
BUY AND SELL ALL ILIN DS 01
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS, •
ON MOST lAVORABLE TERMS.
lir Interest Allowed on Deposits.
Nr Money loaned on Government Bonds at
lowest market rates.
Orders executed for the Purchase
and Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and
JAMES T. BRADT & CO.
We will register ell kinds of Governinent
rol i tit i :s i g e uil f tr arge. st.lt t gft ,
s T o r s r s s . g r ie d ride c r uo t
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.,
Dealers In Government Bonds,
con. rota.= & WOOD STS.
tts littAutgij Gaidtt.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
OFFIale or PITTSBURGH GAIDITTE,
FRIDAY, Angus 6, 1869.
The Cable dispatches shoW a decline
of American bonds in Europe, in conse
quence of which gold became stronger,
andlarger purchases were made in antici
pation of a rise. The decline of gold a
few daysstro was mainly based on better
reports from Frankfort concerning the
gradual absorbtion of our bonds held
there on speculative account. The
over speculation at the money centres
of Europe in tile comparatively worth
less securities of some of the European
monarchs has opened a new geld for
our bonds. In Austria, and especially
Vienna, large purchases are made
for permanent investment and on specu
lation. A. sudden decline in the bonds
would increase specie shipments and
tend to a firmer rate for exchange and
Government bonds are dull and
lower, especially for 1E65 and 1868, which
suffered a decline of % per cent. yes
terday. Bonds are now more freely
offered and there is a general desire to
exchange the present high,,,prid gov
ernment bonds for some - other securi
ties offering equally secure invest
ment. This has directed attention to
the Union Pacific Railroad bonds, which
bear the same interest as government
bonds, and are almost as secure, if not
Gold interest bonds • have so far had
the preference, but it all that class of
securities are run up rapidly, people
will naturally turn their attention to
muncipal bonds and like invest
ments. The success with ' which these
securities meet in the bands of compe
tent agents, has encouraged enterprises
of that kind, and, if all who are dispos
ed to invest , will have fall choice by
glancing over some of the circulars sent
out by interested par ties.
Stocks are stronger and higher, and
a fair huffiness is promised for the be
ginning of the cooler season, on account
of the easy money market caused by
the laxge disbursements by the govern
Money not much in demand, at from
Bto 10 per cent., but business requires
only a limited amount of borrowed capi
Quotations as received by Ph. R.
Meru Gold, 136%: Silver, 130; Eighty
one's, 124%; Five Twenties, 1862, 125;
do 1884, 123%; do 1865, 123%; do 1865,
Consols, 122%; do 1867. 322%; do 1868,
122%; Ten Forties, 116; New York
Central, 208%; Erie, —; Readine 97;
Pittsburgh. Fort Wayne - & Chicago
Railroad, 53%; Ohio & Misissippi, 32%;
Michigan southern, 108%; Cleve
land & Pittsburgh, 107%; Chicago &
Rock Island, . 116%; Chicago dr North
Western, 88%; Chicago & North Western
Preferred, 97%; Adams Express Com
pany, 59%; Merchants Union - Express,
10; . Pacific Mail, 84; Western Union
Telegraph Company, 38%; Ant. W. Ex
sixenANsix, Large. Sma ll .
London, per £ 56,78 56,85
Paris. per franc 27% _ 28%
Berlin, theft:lr 99 1 4 1,01.
Frankfort, florins 58 1 34 59%
—Closing quotations received by James
T. Brady & Co. Gold, 136%; United
States Sixes, 1881, 124%; Five-Twenties,
1862, 125; do. 1864,123%; do. 1865, 128%;
Ten-Forties, 116: Five-Twenties. Janu
ary and July, 1865, 1221.; do. do. 1867,
122%; do. do. 1868, 122%: Due Com
pounds, 119; Union Pacific Railroad, 8834;
Central do, do.. 99; Cy. Pacific, 111%;
Lake Superiors, 96.
(sr Telegraph to the Flttaburgh Gazette.)
NEW Yank. August 6, 1869.
Money easy at 5@7 on call loans—
chiefly 6. The demand is very mod
erate.. Sterling dull at 9%@10%. The
engagements of specie for to morrow per
European steamers amount to
Gold dull; opened st 186%, fell to 138,
and closed at 136%. Carrying rates 4§6
per cent. Clearances 552,000,000. . '
Governments quiet but cloSed, steady:
Oofiiins of 'Bl9 12 4 ,4 125 : dO. '62i i2s@
lifpg: do. 111; 1.2k1i11iL 1 416 .dox, V, ..42596
.123 V do. now, 113)(41122%; do. '67,
1223,4(0122%; do. 68,1221/.1(4)122%; 10-40'l
115%@)116; Pacifica. 111%@ 111 %.
State bonds firm but quiet; Missouris
87%; old Tennessees 62%; new 55%: old
Virginias 57%; new 6035; old North Caro
linas 5634; new 51%,. •
Stock market strong on entire list and
generally higher: business more evenly
distributed than in the morning. New
York Central was the feature of the New
York roads and rose to 210. The specu
lation in western shares was quite ant
-Mated in Michigan Southern, North
-- Western, Rock Island.and St. Paul.
The rise in Michigan Souhern caused the
failure of a small operator on the "bear"
side and 1,200 shares were bought in for
his account. Michigan Southern sold as
high as 110, and Rock Island 117 1 + . The
Five-Thirty Prices: Canton, 59%; Cum
berland, 34%; Western Union Telegraph,
38%; Quicksilver. 15%; Mariposa, 7%;
do. preferred, 1434; Pacific Mail, 85 1 /,;
Adams Express, 69%; Wells 203,;
American, 41; United States, 6735; Mer
chants Union, 10: New York Central,
20934; Harlem, 164: Hudson, 183; Read
ing 97%; Erie, 28%: do. preferred, 55;
Mitligan Central, 13230; Michigan South
ern, 109%; Illinois Central, 14135: Pitts
btirgh, 107% ; Northwestern, 90; do.
preferred, 97%, Cleveland, Colutnbus and
Cincinnati, 4; Rock Island, 116%; St.
Paul, 83 1 ,; do. preferred; 91; Wabash,
74%; do. preferred, 80; Fort Wayne, 153%;
Terre Haute, 34; do. preferred, 58%;
Chicago and Alton, 164; Ohio and Mis
sissippi, 33%; St. Joe, 126%; do. preferred,
125%; Hartford and Erie, 21.
Mining shares - dull: Smith Jr Parmlee,
Copper Stocks at Boston: Copper Falls,
3; Franklin, 12; Quincy, 23.
Balance in Sub -Treasury, $94,872,552.
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH aIZETTE, t
FaIDAT, August , 1869.
The markets in a general way, are de
void of anything new or really import
ant. The weather continues cool and
pleasant and all that could possibly be
desired for the transaction of out door
business, and if it continues for another
week, the crops in this, as well as other
States. will have been safely and fully
Nor is the fine weather , confined to •
this section of country alone. A letter
from Wisconsin to a gentleman of this te
city, reports that • there had_ not t
been a drop of rain for two
weeks. ' A coriespOndent writing
from 'Oshkosh, Wisconsin, to the
Chicago journal, under date of July
Slat, says: Ten days and no rain to
speak of. Farmers are getting in their •
crops rapidly. The bay crop is the
heaviest we have had for a number of
years. The wheat crops look splendid, • :
and the indications are that we shall
have a large yield.
Indeed, the advices from all quarters
are very favorable and encouraging, and
the croakers in regard to the crops will •
soon have to subside, and as there will •
be a large surplus of both grain and
flour, it is to be hoped that there will
be a good foreign demand, and it is al
together likely there will be.
AFFIX:S-4n good supply and dull,
and we now quote at - 13@4 per bbl.
BERRIES—SaIes of Blackberries at
58@8 per oase, as to quality and condi
tion, and Huckelberries at 55 per bush.
BUTTER—Is in steady demand, with
sales at 20@25 for fair to choice.
BEANS—SaIes at 151,75®2.
'BROOMS—Quoted as follows: No. 5
$6,50; No; 4 58; No. 3 55, No. 2 plain, •
54,50, and market firm.
CHEESE—In good supply and dull,
CEMENT—Johnstown Hydraulic Ce-
Ment is quoted at 52,25 per bol.
CARBON OlL—Standard brands may
be quoted at 28 for 50 or 100 bbl lots and
30 in a retail way.
DRIED FRUIT--Little or no demand
and the season is about over.
EGGS—DaiI; sales at 17@18.
FEATHERS—DuII; quoted at So®Bs
cents to the trade, and the usual advance
for small lots in store. -
FLOUR—There is nothing really new
or important in the flour market worthy
of special notice; the demand continues
light while prices are unchanged, choice
Spring Wheat being quoted higher than
Winter Wheat brands. The former is
quoted at 57.00 to 7,50©7,75, and the lat
ter at 57,00@7,50—e0me very good Win
ter Wheat brands being offered to the
,rade at 57,00. -
GRAIN—SaIe 1 car new Wheat—half
red and half white, at 51,35; prune old
Red is in demand at 11,40. Oats dull but
unchanged; may : be quoted at 65@66 on i
wharf and -track and 68(4)70 in store.
Corn,is quiet though the supply is lim- f,
ited, and prices unchanged. Rye is dull
with, sales of small lots to =lye . at 51,10
Allegheny - - • --- - -
HA.Y—The A market was bet- 1
ttr today, under the influence of dimin
ished receipts; sales of 60 loads reported •-• •
at 517 to 520.20, as to quality and condi- -; -
HEMT—Tery dull; 5205 Per ton.
HIISKS—SaIes at 2%@3 cts per pound.
ImArr.--White Lime is quoted •at 11,50,
and Cleveland at /2,50, per bbl..' , I:
LARD' OILF. Sellers . & g kl. quote r
Extra No. 1, at 1,44, and No. 2, at 11,05. :,
POULTRY--Sales of spring chick-
ens, at 60@65 per pair. 12
POTATOES-Dull; small sales at 51,50 -.
(311,16 per bbl.
PEACHES—Were rather tenor to-day, -,
owing to , the diminished receipts, and -.--:!
prices'are a shade higher, we now quote . '.;
FROVISIO with good job- .';
bing demand. Shoulders, a
Ribbed Sides, 1834, Clear do 1934; Sugar ..
Cured Hams, 2334@)24 and Breakfast ,-:
Bacon, 2234. Lard, .20 in tierces, and 21
in buckets. Dried Beef 2234. mess Pork,
0 3 11..
PEANUTS—SaIes, at 1234. • -.
SALT—Allegheny River . brands are ~
quoted. by the car load, I,.at 11,75@)30. '.
TALLOW—Rendered quoted at 1034.
TOMATOES-11,75@2 per bushel. ..
Live Stock Markets.
NET? Yomr, August 6.—There is 11 - ,; , :z
lighter run of stock and the cold weathesi -
helped the markets. Only 950 Cattle ar
rived today; they were of ordinary or ,
medium quality and were !
sold at 12® =
16e per pound; the old loth have all been
closed out and an advance of y;®;443 is
quoted. Of the haexander- cattle, 50 Tex- i s
ens, cwt, brought 13c; 320' Illinois,
6%. out, - 14@15c, and 100 of 7 cwt
at 150 average, the top reaching I !'
16c. Sheep; receipts 4,600, and ail
selling; the market is quicker but
at the old rates, a hard lot of State
Sheep selling at 4 1 4 e; a- car of eighty z•
pounds sheep at 5%e; two ears Ohio of
75 pounds at Sc, and 2 oars of 86 - pounds
at 6Xc. No very fat sheep were on sale.
A ear of 46 pounds Pennsylvania lambs
sold at 7c; a lot of Canadas of 60 pounds
at 834 e and some State lambs, same !I ,
weight,'at9o. Hogs are scarcely as firm,
a few sales being at about 12y,,c for
dressed. Receipts 3,400. Three ears
linola of two hundred pounds brought
•cmcado, August 6.—Cattle dull and„: l
inactive; sales at 04.50,35,35.,f0r common. !i
;to gaol cows and 1410 etetalst 4 (§)7Xfor
fair to good shipping steers. Hogs dial
and 10®15a. llovrqrsaleta at $ 8 ,76449,25 for
fair to inedinni; W,10(0,76' for goad to