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OOLEMA MaIM CO
ERON,,3 NAILS ,. STEEL,
Drwrzioc, AID rapriszt,
FLAT R 'ROUNDAND SOU aRE , 1110 k
gAND__, ft .1; SHEET AND TANK IRON.
GUARD DION,___DRAG and DROPPER BAM
FLANGE uTTER BARS, yLINDER
irAND RIM; forvoal nosaitic
MBA: ' fieDGES dt.HARItoW TEETH.'
G ~. ..,3go CULTIVATOR STEEL.
G AND MOULDS eta to pattern.
• „STEEL SHAFTING. 4-
it, • r Grind WARMS SPRINGS Ind
° M EL
OUT NAILS AND SF - wan - 11. _
All Goode Brit Mien end Warranted.
,OPrion AND' WORKS.
Sixteenth Street and Allegheny River.
- and 77 Water 8 . Pittsburgh.
BELEFE'IELD STEEL WORIDS.
UNCtER I . ItlllllOK & 00,
manufsotoreni of eseri description ot
A CAST AN!) GERMAN SITEL I
BALLW 111/VENI3I3, ' •
ELI , L,aI'IC AND PLATIPOR4eth
.S.Xrat% 11314.1 A ac A , AC
Warehouse, 88 Water lad 100Firit Ste.
NE IL=II, ..4Mk4t.: - & 'PARKIN.
V.V ALIr k - 'r7r, _ 1 r W CU B . 4 IT, I mILLER .
enou4, PA4Mi3dB-9. •M. IED111.•
aßlC SCßittnati. WORKJ A
allikap., ;Ic PARKIN,
; -- ortia : ;s::*o., ail; Liberty - Sti'
• - ETZI3I4TIItEfIt,'E'A.
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BLanufaetuFT;raot all descr6gons at
Mee andAVareholise, THIRTIUTII; THIRTY
PIEST ahQ RAILKRAL) STEKETS,
The Trustees are now ore_pared to_grant
see for - the use of the BLLEBBILAIIIIEN PRO-
The Superior- imparted to good Iron,
the great Improvement in inferior Iron. and the
reduced ens t, commend It to all manufacturers of
Parties wishing ta.lase it can obtain licenses by
appfying - to • -
JAMES P. SPEER
Attorney for the Trustees,
ROOMS 1 and 2, English's Building, 964
Parties interested are invited. to 'visit the.
6EOZ,NI9SII,6E.WWORIES. where the mess noir In succeisful operation. tea: dt7
-7AVERSON, PRESTON & CO. f
, , ,
.Pennsylvania Iron Works.
-.,..,..6,...ir0i. "166 .ma 167'' rider
3TBEET, ppm ite M o llolMaaela Boris
pITTSBUR , _
__...__ ..._ . 2 .. 2.2
iOH2F Y.• COOPER 'HIM! BUR,
° A N ,.:COOPER: &. co
Bell and Brass Founders.
MAD&'PBUMPILY TO oiransß.
Idaksable and Guy Iron: Fitting;
PIPE AND TUB 4
1111107411 1 SLIMY. AND CHECIi VALVES ,
tsteamp,w,r , !ind. , f
mAnurecriiiaza: s or J. M. COOPER'S
Improved Baiallie : itliertl: Warn 'Pump;
Poi' -Dray/WI Patent ' Oid‘
sera, the beat inithe Market. 0
°ffidti zuld Viiirteentb indium"
RU. • - -` - ' - k
• r Seuudid ;
ILDA4 I O3:OIIrSE2 00;
Z.EYSTONE STANDARCNIVAMBA NEC 8 PAT.
emul4l7mm 'Ann comma
/saw Paced Patent Door Locke and Latches.
Paint and Conte 1 4111 a,
001111718 OP FIRST AVENUE &MUM BM
LASS. I'TL y
-. 100 WOOD .STItEET'.
Ase*Faix4,2g,, amp , users.
2.zv1;13T/rt A s hesz Ta l
s GJYT CUP%
wigpsFG,Brlll, • „ . •
isg , TER,..rILATED..C4OODh
lof all iererlptlone. I
Call and emu:nine our gdodir. and we
feel sarlatled no one neettsitio , be suited.
R. E. BREED & CO.
100 WOOD STREET.
UMW= SINGSAELLI G•...........P.MLIP came,
QINGERLIf & CLEM SißocessOrs
to ego. B. SCHUCIUMAR a vo..
The onV 3 pgage l i f i enseni
st f els. test*
Beath, , L belo, crw
MP Orders eent to the above address will be
Promptly attended to. 1nh7:1,39
WM. BAHNBILL A, CO.,
AND SHNETriNON WORKERS,
Having neared . &large yard and ininlehed it
'mit the meet approved machinery, we are pre
pared to manufacture every deacription of BOIL
NES In the best manner, and warranted equal to
made in country. Chimneys, Breechlag,
Fire Bed; Steam Pines, Locomotive Boilers,
Condensers, Skit Pat.i. Tants. Stills, Agita
lora, Settling Fans, Boller Iron; Bridg es, Sugar
Pans, and sole manufacturers of B 'a Pat
Repairing done on shortest notice. laStelit
IRON OIL TANIKS S
RIVITLING PANG. COPPER STRAY PIPS,
Arid sErErr IRON WORK,
- For Steamboats.
rawer) Y. 8E1T8H....-",._ .DDNDICD D. BEVDE
JARED Ms !MUST; & SON,
11 WrInFACTInuall OP
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
SHEET IRON WORR, &O.
61 Penn area, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, dto.
Al. BRADLEY t Co.,
NO.BO WOOD STEM,
klannfactorers of the greatest variety of
Cook, Parlor and Heating Stores,
Tp BE FOUND.
• In our assoitment will be found all the LATEST
PATThlthiS AND lIEPROVithIENTd, and tbe
remtation of our Stoves fa 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 out new VOLCAN , )
STOVE, for churches, halls &no stores. Over SOO
Bold In three months. Intended for with or with
out casing. all who have used them pronounce
them superior to any other and far cheaper.
Bend for tiatalo e and Price List. Je3o
BUT, Inn &I CO,
auxtrrecrcastas OF imam unary 07
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SST I CONTESEite
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BOSTON 000.1112 VG RANGE,
: , •4 - ..c . 4 :- . -.•
4 TICE FIERY F
... . ..
- ' ,- ion wAmagitt Ireumnras.
- s ;
THE NEW, ASTLOUST . COOKING STOVE,
,`REGULTATOR.” cora:rime COOS STOVE,
PAN'S (Cincinnati . Pattern ) PORTABLE
JUNG& CAST IRON M.A.NTLES, WRLLMAN'S
REFLECTOR.. GRATES free from dlrtaind , dust; 1
GRATZ FROSTS, xrarbass. ac.
206 l a nd and 298 Liberty Street,
ielg:3l7. . ',. ' i,i, Prrisstruen, PA.;;
CET THE BEST.
Isissrara, co - . 11
twit Bz.Trurnm us coax.
Warranted to Gook, Bake or Boast as
veil 88an7..otherfitoyefin the Batons
BISSELL & Ca l
No. 235 1 4bertv-IStreet.
Jusoonhind and for salso
76.13.14 M. STOVEd,
4 :1""IN wart )11Y10%, ND Re
000HINO weICS, to.
00.00 feet y Phu, Boards.
/ 50 .000 feet 1.4 loch Clear Plant: .
25,000 feet 1-X incn Common Plank . ..
25,0 00 feet lro , 1 and 21 inch Oak:. .
.- - 250 00 ft. X -i„ 13., A and 3 Inch PoPlgr
10,000 teet bry PO - plar Scantling:
10,000 feet Dry Yellow Pine Boards:,
r , 1 00 0 00
1 803.000 feet No' g gg inch - sagthaV Mu
11100.000 N0.116-inch !Mingles, sawedt.
50,000 No. lie -inch shingles, susTegi
10,000 Fire Brick;
1,000 Fire The.
• 100 Tons Yire Clay;
Also, ,r Saw Mill—Lumber. Locust and Cedar
Posts, and all articles in tbellne on hand and for
by ALEXANDER PATTERSON. Yards—
No. 151' Rebecca street a ndorner of Preble and
Allegheny, late bor-
Juniata streets, Sixth ward;
ough of Manchester,
r • -*Whine Stone Works,
NOrthweit corner °Med Common, Umiak %
PUZIPR ATITATMI4 dir CO. *.t -
Hllll on band or we dwkri pjs
a im ra lTzt u. e t p
PG,IIL - BOLEak
Cor. Point Alley end Dininekne
(Wirn THY POZNITI)
Engine Builders, Foundera and
Mannfactore STRAMBOA.w.ENOUTZS and ETA.
TIONARY ENGINES, of all ekes.
Special attentionrinvltegOnr newAT.l4l
Agy GM WELL /MR AND PAW
BOILER, of 15.1orseipOlre i_ , 4 '
OMITURO, of evervod. ran& to order olir
•Poundry on TRIM/ W :WL..,
RIGS f or OR Wells , SH ARING
BANGERS, ROUSE and TOBAGGO itICREWS aad
IBM ToBACCOriu4.44 mad.
Order. ir; the, . : . y, ~ w x6 .. 4i - 94
~.- ... &at , to
FronungcT war ate Feint
Sir All orders promptly tilled. Illy MI
BOIM, sin:ra AIR TANK
. swo74o2.••x wor -
. ~ , .. .
• BIMIRS- BOX .AND CYLINDER STEAM BOIL
.1)/L STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
ORThiNEyS. BREECHINQ 'AND. ASB TANN,
ORTTLINS PANS, SALT 'TANS AND CON
STEAM PIPS, qesomiTzas AND IRON
PREFIC E 63 AND COALS
Ogden and Warehouse'. Oartier Second,
Third. Short and Liberty Streets,
Nos. no, si, no AND PENN HT
Pos. 65 and 66 Water Street,
primmt PlTTßUltail GAziertg: WE ~ 7 E AY
" G S tA 1809
INV FORT PIT!
OFFICE AND *ODES,
11rEngines, Mil Ma.
chinery, Nail Machines, Be.
torts, and Castings generally.
AND PIPE WORKS
Corner Carroll and amallman litreets•
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE
FOR OAS LND ATXI3, WORIL
My Mee are all cast layariablyin Pits. La drY
sand. sad /2 feet lengths. Also. MU assortment
Castings for as and Water Works.
I would also call the attention of Stiperintentd
eats of Gas Works to my make of EXTORTS.
(anceessoi to JO& P. HAIGH & CO")
Has facilities co-extensive with the leading
Forges In the East, and is prepar
and satlstketonly fill all orders forS T EAMBOA T
PIT SHAFTS, CRANKS. PISTON ROD+, LEVERS,
MAN JAMS,WRISTS, RAILROAD AXLES,
LOCoIdOTIVE FRAMES, together with every
description of SHAPE WORK. Office and Yorsre,
Corner of Duquesne Way and First Street.
ROBINSON, REA. & CO"
Successors to Roams Om. Itztrie it Mme.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH-,
. Mannfacttirers of Boat and Stationary Stem En
gines Blast Engines, Mill Machinery, Gen=l,l
fans lugs of all descriptions: 011 T
and 8t Boller and Sheet Iron Work.
Mice, o. Di, corner First and Smithfield
A. 2. feeendints f g olG olll r e tikMD . 11 EXTENT ' IN f l UTO rsz ß
TRONIAS CARLIN & C 0.2
Fourth Ward Foundry and Nadine Works,
liANDl7}Mir ST., ALLXGRENYCITY,
Manufacturers of Station: and Portable Stearn
angines, WI fret:lieu, rail 1,,_ Shafting. Grist
and Saw Mill Work, EO/1111 Mlll and Machine
Castings, Grate Bars, Weill ts, Wagon Boxes,
&c. Build to order and have on han,nrinee of
AND ROLL WORKS
880 Penn Street.
BOLLIAN I BOYD & BAGALEY.
°mufti% MAR Castings, Roll Lathes. ie.
DIAMOND OIL WORKS,
H. M. LONG & CO.,
Office, DALZELL BUILD/NO,
Duquesne Way. Pittsbarch. Pa.
AILING AND KING,
Conminion Mere/nets •ad Broken Ix
Petroleum and ite ,Produete,
DALZELL'S BLOCK, DUQUESNE WAY,
Aeon, 17, Cheimber of Commerce,
' 133 SOUTH SECOND STREET
AND DBALluta IN
Petroleum and. itEi Products,
cornerbu rgh quesne Ws/ anti Irwin streets.
eights Office-117 'WALNUT BT.
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY,
'HERBERT W. C. TWEDDLE.
: MANB7AOTIIRRE OP
Lubricating & High' Test Burning 023.
Relapse Railroad Azle 011.
Stands great beat without change; remains
limpid at lowest temperatures. Special Oil for
tropical climates or hot weather.
Locomotive, Engine. Blaeldne shop,
Will cut Screws.
Raw /Rill and Planing 1 / 1 111 Oils, :.
Idasrted for high_speed.
Spindle 011, Wool iierati•Llabe 011.
011. Tanners' Staff. Bensole,
ing & Finishing Oil, oasofinei ,
Harness 011,' Parradine. .. ,
ARBOR VARNISif,_ to preserve Bright /fell
Work and f dlachinetyixotu Lunn.
These products are manulhatnred under Dr.
Twettille , aatent bl Superbe.sted Steam In Vito
etio. Ihe RubricsAing 01111 are almost odorless,
perfectly pure. uniform, and mostly ; light . col. ,
tired , 'tau d a Idgli temperature unchanged. and
reman Maria during extreme cold. Theßaliroad
Oils are unequalled - , and are In constant U5B on
many ol the principal Ralirmuis. Samples can
be examined arid orders le ft at 174 WOOD
STREW. Work' at Sharpsbureltridge.
SEDILEITIN GS AND BATTING
ManntsgstaurmasizAvr /01D/Mt sad WAN
azonat i es Y 'in . .. 4
bought sad sold. I
112 Fifth g , it Pa
Bcinght and sold. anddesired Iremitted to
Elirope. Collections made on ali the principal
points of the United States and Canso*.
DomiNicic fitweitzr. ['resident.
JAMES MCCABE. Vice PreSldellt.
JOHN /1. tiOesit.eY, Cashier.
ThomasD. thmsen, .- • . ~ James McCabe;
Rourke, , John Bavage,
J. litmlevy, Jr., Terence Campbeß,
:Patrick Kane, - James Phelan,
!Chas. B. Barr H.A.Prervogle.
:Jno.Jos.liernbintr. - - Thonui)a t t z n es ;
, tingh , Reattn g . - - seilks
1 B t LTZBAN & wmpganom
2FO. 100 .Th 44 Avenue
Dpitolsters and Dealers in Curtain Goods
Hitert the site:4l9k Of liters triemds and the
puric to their litiely assorted stock p t ':
Lace and Nottingham cambia Vestibule
Laces,Dartmsk Reps. Ferry's Siegican cloth
Satin.Deliuses. Gilt Cornices, Olic land Walnut
Mouldings, Spring Beds or superloY make.: Hair
Matrasses (pure *bite hair.) Pillows. Bolsters
and everything pertsining to- a drsOclass .bed.
The latest Paris and Berlin deaigns for Draperies
atthe inapeetiou or their customers. Pure white
batters Mow Feathers alwatte on band.
HOLTZMAN & WIEDFAROLD.
NO. 100 THIRD AVENUE;'
MEN AND BOY'S amain,.
GRAY & L 0-G A. ,
NO. 47 SIXTH STREET.
a now ,offerinit a complete stock of BeMmir
Clothlog of medium and fine ROMS at the very'
lowest prlcea. Children's Casalmere Linen and
Suilfi; Youths, Mattend Linen Sults: Boys'
Casslmere .nd Linen tients , Blue Flannel
Alpaca sacks; Dents' White and
Brown Duet Sults: Dents' Scotch Chevlt Nosi
ness and Walking Halts . Cothlng of a ilands at
GRAY & OGAN's,
No. 47 Sixth street, (late St Clair.)
(Late Cutter intlt NV: Efeapenholde.)
No. a3 53v21 Smithfield Street,Pittaburgh.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
A.Ol Mild new stack of
ezorits, (0.18 . 8 ELK; V& a
Jusirecah;Cd .b 7 • Wettaltl4-
Nell: Merabatt Tailor. W 3 Smithfield street.
er.m./th*kattiaadiriii *grin iwreen
rip -WEE I
tomoo_s4dress to GARD - MBE OURNAL.
1120 A 111.1M4
NO. 80 FOURTH A.VRNUE,
CASH CAPITAL .... . 8200.000
Stockholders Individually Liable.
BANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.
JOHN FLOYD W3L FLOYD,
Thos. H. Marshall, John H. Hartland,
Wm. T. Shannon, Archibald Wallace ;
Janice W. Arndt, I Jas. D. Kelly,
Chas. B. Leech, Win. Floyd.
This Bang is now fully organized and prepared
o dos general Banhing business.
FIFTH AVM BAH
Is now open ter Diseo ant, Deposit and General
Banking Biudness, at 193 FIFTH AyliNtrE.
Any sum received from One Dollar upwards.
Interest at the rate of aix per cent, paid on
ED. DITHRIDOE, W. P. WHYMAN,
W. H. SIMS. MANE. r•IEBERT
W. C. ROBERTSON, Htuitty MEyEm,
DAN. KINZER. D. M. Almon,
ED. DITHRIDfiE, Presidents
F. F. sornorox, cashier.
CAUGILEI & COy
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
SIIOCrEBSOR9 TO #ANNA, E.BT k CO
DI.L.LI I / 8 nr
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And. particular attention Paid to the masa
‘and sale of
. 1 -
Slant Drafts an London. .
.331,49 6 MerompLail,
57 Market Street,
Collections made on all the principal points of
the united Mates and Canada&
Stoeke,Bonds and other Securitid
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON C7o3l3nzzaoN.
Particular attention Laid to the purchase ssul
United States' Securities.
00K - E & ca,
I • •
ONDS of all descriptions
Special attention given to the purchase and sale
TOCIBOLDEBB INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE,
INMEST PAID ON DEPOSIT& -
SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought at Highest Prices.
PIL R. MERTZ,• Bantier
mfr. Wood and Fifth Streets.
LINES , BRADY lk
(Successors oS. JONIOS & C 0..)
Corner hurl aid Wood Sit,
33 l'q" M' X:11. ES,
BUY AND ASSLL ALL HINDB OF
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVORABLE TRIMS.
pr Interest Allowed on DOnsit&
Asp Money Icianed on government Bonds- at
owest market rates.
Orders executed for.the Purchase
sand Salo of STOCRS, BONDS and .
JAMES •T. BRADT & CO.
OVERNMENT BONDS !
We will register, all hittlis !of Government
Bonds free of charge. This gives the holder Lb
solute security against theft,loss, or destruction.
.JAMES T. BLOW . & C 0.,.
Dealers in Goa 'ernment 'Bonds,
con. I'OOTWEI & WOOD STS.
• • •
Chnuon or Prrrentranz o...zarra,
TUESDAY, Angus t 10, 1869.
The report of the consolidation of the
Union and Central Pacific Railroads is
believed to be true, in which event the
Union Pacific Railroad would ge; 10
millions of capital ; from the Central
road, and thus advance its stock equal
to the Central line. Union bonds are(
strongly held at about 90 to 91, whilst
the company sells at 95, and Central
bonds have declined from 98 :o 96m.
Government bonds are dull and lower
Gold is steady and quoted very firm
at 1353;; the reports concerning the bad
condition of the crops of England lack
Stocks are dull and inactive, but not
Quotations as received by Ph. R.
Mertz: Gold, 1353;; Silver, 129; Eighty_
ones, 124%; Five Twenties, 1862, 12434;
do 1864, 123%; do 1865; 123 y.; do /86.5,
Consols, 121%; do 1867. 122%; do 1868,
122; Ten Forties,. 115%; New York
Central, 211%; Rrie 28%; Reading, 97;
Pittsburgh. Fort Wayne Chicago
Railroad, 153%; Ohio' .11.121sissippi, 3234;
Michigan Southern, . /09%; Cleve
land • & Pittsburgh, 107%; Chicago" &
Rock Island, /16%; Chicsgo it North
Western, 91 %; Chicago & North Western
Preferred, .100; - Adapts Express ; Com
pany, . 69%;:: Merchants Union Express,
41; Pacific • Mail, 86%1 Western - Union
Telegraph Company, 38%; Am. W. Ex-
Press. 5934. '•
=CHANGE Large. , A B 4na/1.
London, per X,, .. -...........f6;72 16,80
Paris. per franc.— ......... 27 • 2734
Berlin, thaler ................. • 983,4 99
Frankton, florins 47% . 58
qttotations received by James
T. Brady ostng
& Co. Gold, 1364; :United
States 'Sixes, 1881, 12434; Five-Twentite,
1862, 124%; do. 1.864, 12334; do. 1865, 12334;
Ten-Forties, 11534 t Five-Twentleet ;Unit
ary and July, 1865,122; do. do. 1867,
122 y. do. do, 1868, 122; Due Corn
potuns, 119; TlniotiPacifltrikiirolut 8834;
Central do, do.. 99; Cy. litciftc, 111%;
Lake Superiors, 96. -
My Telegraph to the Pitteburzh Gazette. 3% •
Nsw YoRK. August /0, 1869.
Money easy and steady at, 5®7 per ,
dent., chiefly 6 per cent., filer call loans.
Sterling 9%©10%. Gold opened at 13534,.
advanced to 13534; and closed at 135%@
1353;. Carrying rates at 4334 per cent.
The clearances were $ 50 .039,000. A Cu
naider sailing to-Morrow has 1269,000 on
Governments are, a shade easier but
.Olosed steady.' Coupotia 'of 'Bl, 124x®
125; do. '62; 12 4X@12145; do. 'B4, 123'"®
12 334; do. '65, 1 22y,©123 - xidd. new,
do. '67, 12 2©122X; do. 68, 1223(; 10'.49'131
State bonds lower; Missouris 87X; old
Tennesseas 62; new do. &4j'; old North
Carolinas . ssX; new do. 5034; old Virginias
5739; new do. 60X. With the exception
of a short time in-the middles of Abe day
there 'was a decline, which was followed
by heavy purchases.
The stock Market generally was firm
during the day, with Northwestern, , St.
Paul. Rock Island, Michigan Southern
and New York Central as tbe features.
After four o'clock the market was dull
and irregular, but generally steadY.
Private dispatches announce the consoli.
dation of the Buffalo and Erie and Lake
Shore and Michigan Southern Companies.
The vote in the former was' 98,330 to 84,
and in the latter 202,803 in favor, or 19,975
?in excess of the two-thirds majoritzi-re
quired by law.
Five-Thirty Prices: Canton, 29; Cum
berland, 31; Quicksilver, 15X; Mariposa.
7; do. preferred, 1439; Pacific Mail, 86X;
Adams Express, 69; Wells 2114 ; A me n.
can, 41; United States, 6839; Merchants
Union, 10: New York Central, 211 X:
Harlem. MX; Hudson, 183 X; Reading,
9734; Erie, 28%; do. preferred, 53X;
Michigan Central, 1313 ; Michigan South
ern, 108%; Illinois Central, 14039; Pitts.
burgh, . 106 3p . . 1 rorthwestern, 01X;" 1 do.
preierred, 99k; Colu,mbas Cleveland
and Cincinnati; 7E; Rock Is land, 11639;
St. Paul. 82%; do. - preferred, 913(r Wa
bash, 7 23 ,,1'; do.. preferred,.74; Ft. Wayne,
I I 15335; Alton and Terre Haute. 38; do.
preferred, Mk Chicago tand tog a Ohio .and Missistoppl, 3240 Joe re.
, 127; Dubuque, 107. • ;
BalaiteB fn ettharreasHiryi 198,7552621
APPLES—DuII, with a supply consid
erably in excess of the demand; we con
tinue to quote at $.3(4)4 per bbl.
BE RRlES—Blackberries may be quot
ed at 81®1,25 per bucket, or $3®3,50 per
BEANS—SaIes at $1;75®2.
BROOMS—Quoted as follows: No. 5
86,50; No. .4 16: No. 3 85, No. 2, plain,
84,50, and market firm.
CHEESE—Is reported firmer, with an
advance of 36 to 1 cent per pound es
tablished in the Western Reserve.
CEMENT—Johnstown Hydraulic Ce
ment is quoted at 82,25 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—Out of season...
EGGS—Very dull at 15®16.
FEATEDERS—DuII; qnot d at SO ®B5
cents to the trade, and the aual advance
for small lots in store.
FLOUR.—Is strong with a fair local de
mand, but there is no excitement and no
change.to note in prices. Spring V% heat
$7,00®7,25 for fair to good and
17,50®7,75 for choice to' fancy. Winter
Wheat flours, 87,00®7,50.
GRAIN--Wheat is scarce and in de
mand; old red may be quoted firm at
61,40, and new at 81,35. Oats dull and
drooping: sales'of old crop in store, at 65
®66, and new at 58®60; new crop, to
arrive, may be quoted at 50. Rye—sales
of new at $1.10(x)1,12; old may be quoted
at $1,15®1,20, with little or none offer
ing. Corn—sale oft car prime Yellow
se 51,10; mixed may be quoted at sl,oo®
81,05, as to quality. No established
price for Barley and, so far, there have
been no arrivals of new crop.
HAY—Sales at Allegheny Diamond
Scales of 71 loads at 114 ®2O per ton. .
HEMP—Very dull, $205 per ton.
HUSKS—SaIes at 234®3 cts per pound.
LThi.E.—White Lime is quoted atfl,so,
and Cleveland at $2,50, per bbl.
LARD OIL--F. Sellers it- Co.quote
Extra No. 1, .at 1,44, and No. 2, at 81.05.
POULTRY—SaIes of spring chick
ens, at 60 @65 per pair.
POTATOES—DuII and in good supply
but u nchanged--81,50®1,75 per bbl.
PROVISIONS—Firm with a good job
,dbmand. Shoulders, .i.sx@lsx;
Ribbed Sides, 1834®183i, Clear do 19®
19,q; Breakfast bacon 2234; plain Hams 19
®J9‘, and Sugar Cared - Hams, 2334 ®24;
rd, 2034 in tierces, and 20y,, ®2l to
half bbls and kegs. Mess Pork at $33,50
PEA.CEiES—SoId to-day at from $1,75
®2,25- per box, as to quality, and, condi
PEANUTS—SaIes, at 1235.
SALT—Allegheny River brands are
quoted, by the car load, 1, at 11,75®80,
TALLOW—Rendered quoted at 1011,..
Dry Goods Market.
NEw Yoruc, August 10.—The failure of
Bowers, Beckman .4g. Co. hag caused
much uneasiness and distrust in the
market, as the firm stoodhigh, and-their
&edit was considered in Wall street as
unlimited, nevertheless there"fs a fair
inquiry for specialties. Black Alpacas
are in request, as are low-priced heavy
Woolens adapted for men's wear: and
woolen Shawls, tod, are in imprqied re
quest. Cotton Goods are rather quiet,
and we hays yery little, change to notice
in prices.' ins workingmen's blue Den
ims are reduced lc. per yard, and new
sell at 21Mc. The Uncanyille do. are
down to 180.' ColuMbia 0, A. hrown;do.
18c., and Ma;sactiiiiiettflt" Brown Cotton
Flannels 14Sc, a decline of Mc per yard.
Philadelphia Cattle Market, 'A The market for beef cattle was ac ti v e to
dayd to the full extent of -,the • offerings
and prides wereldither;..;Salell Of:choice
al 93iet . fair to good at 830®9c; prime at
- 7@pc; and common at 434(4)7c deman d und,
gross. There was but- little or
Cows and Calves, , ,alnd -but ,few: Sales
were resorted. We quote 1114.5®70, and
Springers at $35®60. Receipts, 200
head. Sheep were in good request, and
10,000 head sold at 5 34®610. - per lb.
grass. There was considerable urgency
in the densana for Hogs, and prices were
hardly so firm. &des of 4,000 head at
the Union Avenue Yards at /14®14,50
Der, 100 lbs. net.
PHILADELPHIA August 10.—Plotir
advanced 25Q)284 with suyerflue at
$5,24, extra.15,75@8,50, and family $6,25
07,55. Wheat advanced Sc: new Penn
sylvania and southern red- $1,5801,65
now held higher; white $ 1 ,7001,80. Rye
sells freely- at /1,25. Corn quiet with
mixed western at 81,10: Oats in fair de
mand, with western at 74e. ' Provisions;
small business. ~ Petroleum firm ai2sc
for crude, and refined 3 0)i@)32c. Whis
Batntaonk, August ,16.—Flour fairly
active and advanced 230; SUpertine 1 6 ,50
g 7 and $7,75; family l';'B@B,so. Wheat
firm at $1,60 for red. Corn steady at $1
for while. Oars 5 8@61c,- Bye $1,21. litesS
Ark firm at /54,50. Bacon active; rib ,
sides,:lfiiii; clear rib 103;e; shoulders
16%c: hams 24c. Lard firm at 19 34®200.
Ct.tvELAND, August 10 :Flour firm,
and 25 ® 300 better. Wheat; ealee, of
6,000 bEnatv- No. 1 :red: Arsr,sit-foilir cars ' 4 .
do. at 11,54; one.car No. 2 whittiat 11,54 t
2 reci,_4£l. l earnt ,Nalei OM% 2 at; 4
213er No. 11.1teld'at $1.16. Oita 55e;
held it 11,M1'./4 PitiOlaittinatefined,.;'
zwas ufrs orAftps,nd•lfin for Sertrn-w„..
Km; ciairower and held at 16,60.
OPPTCTE OF PrITSIMIRGIEE GAZETTE, t
TFESDAT. August 10, 1869.
Tae most noticeable feature in the
' markets, is the excitement which pre
vails in flour and grain both east and
west, under the influence of the foreign
news, reporting bad weather and the
probability of light crops. Wheat has
advanced some eight' or ten cents in
Chicago and New York, and flotir also
is higher, but for some cause or other it
is relatively cheaper than wheat, and
this has been the case
_nearly all sum-
titer. There is no doubt but what the
markets above noted, are a little wild,
and that the rapid and material idvance
was aided by speculators, and it is al
together probable that the nreisent up
ward movement will sooner or later be fol
lowed by another movement in an op
posite direction, as one extreme general
ly follows another.
. There is more activity in fruit, ber
ries and vegetables just now than in
anything else, and if it was not for one
thing, the trade would be much better
The exorbitant charges made by the
Express Company ten v
d ery much to
this branch of business and
keep up prices, as it prevents an active
competition; to illustrate, the express
charges on a box of peaches from Balti
more or Philadelphia, amount to nearly
as much as the peaches will sell for
here, and what is true of peaches will
apply to any thing else of a similar kind
that comes in this - way. We are cog
nizant of some of our commission men
having refused to receive articles con
signed to them, being apprehensive that
they could not realize enough on the
consignment to pay the express charges.
Now if it was not for these extreme
charges the receipts of all kinds of fruit
from the east would he much larger,
and our people would be enabled to lay
in their winter supplies at a much less