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6. STEEL WORKS_ prn SIIIIRGU STEEL WORKS. ISTLBLISHItp DT 1945, ANDERSON olk WOODS, MLITUITAC'EItZII 8 OT REST REFINED OAST STEEL 92 every description. ALso, best Refined German Plow anti Spring Steel. 001t7STEll ROSS Jail) YIBST AVENUE-Pitts burial. Pa. " stdinnsi MILER, BIRB; . : GE.I.7iIIAL PAILTNI.I IB2 NFM. METCALF. REUBEN' GEO. W. EA-11E. 1 .CEIAS. PABSIN. SPECIAL PIA.B.TNSR-S. Itt• KLEE, CRESCENT STEEL WORKS, MILLER, BARR & PARKIN, OFFICE, No. 339 Liberty Street, " PITTBBIIEGH. PA. WA:d 4B DUQUESNE WORKS. COLEMAN, RA133.1 & CO. Uanuflicturers of IRON, NAILS, STEEL AXLES AND SPRINGS, DIIWThiSNE. L X-AND SIINIATA, FLAT BAB. ROUND AND SQFPCRE IRON. RAND, HOOP SHEET AND 'JANE IRON. BOILER PL &Mai AND HEADS, GUARD IRON, _DRAM. and DROI'PER BAR BI YLAINEIRr; :31ITTER BARS, C TEMPEL ißox - IV AND FLAT RAIL, for Coal Roads: et_sowsrats,WADOES & HARROW TEETH, LZRING,PLOW b.ND CULTIVATOR STEEL, STEEL WENGS AND MOULDS cut to pattern. STEEL TIAES, STEEL SHAFTINti. A. B. TEEL. COACH, BUGGY and W LOON 13PRINA and CUT ES NAILS AND SPIKES. #l.ll Goods First Class and Warranted. OFFICES AND WORKS. Sixteenth Street and Allegheny River, and 77 Water Street. Pittsburgh. SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS. SINGER, NIMICK & CO., EWTI!raIiRGEI. PA.. ilssinfactureriot every description of CAST AIM GERIIAN STEEL, BATIA , • sr.nxes, AND PLATFORM PPRENeIi, , AXLE% STEEL TIRE, itc., &t” WareilOutilh 83 Water and 100 First Sts. Tra.ACII DIAMOND STEEL VITOIUM. 1.3 4, Pa, BROTHER & CO., 311notacturers of all descriptions of eficria=mar-s. • itrat...e and Warehonae..THIRTIF.TH . THIRTY. i"...q161' and RAILROAD STRERTH, BRASS FOIINDEIRS. I V - DO SOCCISSOR TO JOHN, M. COOPER & CO., Bell and Brass Founders. Iir.BASS CASTINGS MAD rzonirrix TO onDEO. !Naiadle and Grey Iron Fittings, GAS PIPE AND TUBING, . 1111741TLE, SAVVY AND, CUM MID; ALL GLOBE PATTERN. (YIN . 4000ICS, crass Work of every deem: Mien for Steam, Water and On. ILLMIPACTUBERS or a. Is. GOOPZEPES Improved Balance-Wheel Steam Pump. Agents for Dreyfus' - Patent Oil ers, the best in the Market. Office, and Works, corner Thl.rseenth and Mks treats. so2s IRON ,WOIEMS. PROUBSS. The Trustees are now urepamg to grapt_licen ses Mr the use of the PLLERSRAIISKR PRO -0 S. • The superior quality imparted to good iron, he great lismuovement in inferior iron, and the :educed cost,commend it to manufacturers of iron. Parties wishing to use it.cin ohtain licenses by • iDelfixiii to *JAMES P. SPEER Attorney for the Trustees, .11,001 dB 1 and A, Engibih'e Bnlldlcg, 983( 1 Toulta avenue. I.'ar ties Interested are Invited to visit tbe 11, 7 .0 BEitGEtt WORKS, where the roe,ess lo tu successful operation. teS:dt7 QVER9ON, PREfiTON & CO., 4j4 Pennsylvania Iron Works. NiForenonoe. Noe. 160 and 184 . PUNT STUNZT, ooposne Idononga.iels Biome, ap24:d6 PITTSBURGH GLASS. CHINA.' OUTLEI7. 100 WOOD STREET. . , MEW :GOODS. FINE VASES, B atizmAN AND OlgiNA. WSW sTyLE% It sz , rs . . DINS nu ttims, ____ GMT 0 u rd. SMOKING SE ATlarS, . ge sto c k of - "SILTE.R ' PLATED G00D.3 ' of all desc;ipt,topi. , . . V fL ai s i sitile d algiz:::dirlitl,:gtecT / l. a• I ' M - BREILD: & Cii..o 100 WOOD W" •• • - BNOINB3, BOILKEtik. RI . i , BOLE '& Con Pobit Alley and Duquesne St, GlizAuritz Pout%) Engine Buildere, Founders and Machinists. Manufacture STEAMBOAT ENGINES and STA. TIONARY ENGINES of all sizes. Special attention invited to cur new STATION AD! OIL WELL ENGI AND PORTABLE BOILER of 16-horsesoWer. • CASTIROS,of ever rind, _Made to order atour Foundm on TRIED STREET below Market. RIGS for Oil Wells, BHABI i ING SULLEYS, RANGERS, ROUSE and TOBAOI3O WRENS and MON TOBAOOO manta, on hand and Made to order, at the INDUSTRIAL, WORKS, Feel/tint en the , A/legheny Miter• near the Point. OIP All orders promptly Sated. TaT tro FORT PITT 101LER, STILL MU TANK • _ CARROLL & SNYDER, Tx:mimes. DOUBLE-FLUBD ' TUBULAR. TIRE-BOX AND CYLINDER. STEAM BOIL RS. OM STILLS AND 011. TANKS CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AN - ti PANS, ' SETTLING PANS, BALT PANS AND CON DENSERS. STEA MOPES GASOMETERS AND MON B* PRISON DOO./IS AND COAL BRUTES Office and Warehouse, corner Second, Third, Short end Liberty Streets, Air Orders sent to the above address will be unsay attended to. mh7:189 WRI. BARNHILL & CO., BOILER MAKERS AND SHEET IRON WORKERS, • • • . NOB. $O , 111). $4 AND 116 r milli BT. riming secured a Urge yard and furnished it witu the most approved machinery we are pre stirto manufacture every description of BOIL in the hest manner, and warranted equal to any made in the country. Chimneys Breeching, lire Beds, Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers, Condensers, Balt Pans. 'rants. 011 Stills. Agita tors, Settling Pans, Boller Iron, Bridges, Sugar Pans, and solo manufacturers of Barnhil l Pat ent Boilers. • • Repairing done on shortest notice. isfacfl JAMES M. BITER, _ Nos. 55 asid 56 Water litres% 'rrrusutses. Pe.. awroiwntraza 01 IRON OIL TANKS, SBTTLING FANS. COPPER STILLY !TM BOLLING KILL STAMM Alm.d SHIM IRON *OBB. For Steamboats. JLEJIM H. 8RU5H...... ..... JIDILUND D. DIME _TAIEIED M. BRUSH & SON, r.P NADU/ACM=3a OP Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks. MEET IRON WORK. &O. - 61 Pen: } Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. STOVES, CASTINGS, &C. AL.IIIII4A.DI.IEIi r t CO, - . N 0.130 WOOD STREET, Manufacturers of the greatest variety of Cook; Parlor and Heating Stoves, TO BE POUND. In our assortment will be found all tbeLA.TEST PATThENS AND IMPROVS t*To, and the reputation of our Stoves is such that env 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 VoLOAN. STOVE, for churches, balls anastores. Over SOO sold In three moral's. Intended for w ith or with out casing. All who have used them pronounce them soperiOr.to any other and far chespet. Bend for Catalogue and Price List. 7e.10 PITI8BIIBUH• RAPP, 11116113 . 8 c COI, a-LLITIIIACTIIIUMS 07 MAT TA111171" 07 tiiirrCrinraga, BOSTON_ COOKING BANGEIi 6 '111:6 FUMY FURNACE yon Wastaxte Binuentes.. THE NEW ANTI-DUST COOKING BTOVR. "B.ROULATOII." COLUMBIA COOK STOVFIV& (Cincinnati PORA C iO m IM wI M BI u i'LAI:ITOBYBOifirTESPBNbiree troadirt and Mist; 206 and 206 Liberty Street, ge2l:yl7 PITTSBURGH. PA. 000 BL STOVES. CET THE BEST. BISSELL CO.'S TRIUMPH. FOR BITUMEN° us GOAL. - Warranted to Coot, Bake or Road as all many other Stove In the Union. BISSELL & 00., No. 235 Liberty Street. ! T on u r ge. for , sale. 191"1141 4 417 3 ElneleicaluZl 11l NIVITEST COMMON 7 7 Metairie Stone Works • Sontwest corner of West. Common., Allegheny. -11 , 141DWIL 4TVATEIIII, . agokougig,, opzugotre oa !Inert notice ..ed Atop Moned.Ylep lbr Sidennate. Brewer? antis. ac. Hes& Ana Tomb Woos. no. Ualene soomptly Aniantiod. Wiese itibeesiblig ji0.14. e..> PITTSBURGH AZ ETV SDAY,L, E )3:ER a. PITTEMIII*II, PA. WORKS. N'TlalVi33Bo 7, PITTSBURGH, Pc LUMBER. T OBU ILDERS I ''' 600.000 feet Dry Pine Boards. 150.000 feet,l3f luck Clear Plank; 85,000 feet 136 Inch Common Plank; 95,000 feet Dry 1 and IS lack Oak; 95,000 ft.%, 1, 1h,2 and 3 Inch Poplar: 10,000 leet Dry roPlar 10,000 feet Dry Yellow Pine Boards; 100,000 feet Hemlock seantling. 200.000 feet No. 1 18 inch liaiiina4 Shia"' _glee. • • 900,000 No. 1104neh Shingles, sawed, 50,000 No. 115-inch Shingles, snaved; 60,900 Fire Brick; 000 Fire Tile. 1' 1011 Tons Fire Clay; Also, Saw Hill Lumber, Locust and Cedar Posta, and all articles In the line on baud and for sale by ALEXANDER PATTERSON. Yards— No. 157 Rebecca street and corner of Preble and dualists streets, Sixth ward,Allegheny, late bor ough of Idanchester, antS STONE FOUNDMWMIECHINISTIK , AP IFORT PITT FOUNDRY COYPANY. OFFICE AND. WORKS, TWELFTH STREET. PITTSBURGH, PA. gs" Engines, Rolling Mill Ma chinery, Nail Machines, Re torts, and Castings generally. NATIONAL FOUNDRY _ ANDIPIPE. WORKS. error Carroll and Bmallman sired% MI MI WAR%) Pr1T533131141131 PA. WILLIAM_ SMITH, llianufaettarew of OAST IRON BOWL PIPE FOR ees AND WAVLE WORMS. My Floes are all east invariablyin Pits, in On sand, and LA feet lengths. Also, full assortment of general Castings for tlas and Water Works. e gra il Vv . tt u ke t tLi e n VnitßWAtig". DUQUESNE FORGE. ELLER, (Successor-to JOS. P. HAltift & C 0.,) Has facilities eo•extenslYe with the leading Forges in the East, and Is prepared to promptly and nidlnfactortly MI 11 orders for STEAMBOAT SHAFTS. CRANKS, PISTON RODS. LEVERS. PITMAN dAMS, WRISTS. RAILROAD AXLES, LOCOMOTIV It FRAMES. together with every description of 1311 AXE WORK. °Rice and Forge, Corner of Duquesne Way ) and First Street. apl4:h4o - ROBINSON, BEA: & Successors to BOILUTZOIts MINIS s YELtalla, WASHINGTON WORKS, FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS,PITTSBURGH, 'manufacturers of Bost and Stational,' Stearn Zn fines, Blast Engines, Ainl Machinery, Gearing, Shafting, Castings of all descriptions: 011 Tanks and Stills, _Boller and Sheet Iron Work. Office, No. 1.11, corner .first and badthdeld Streets. Agents for GIFIARIVB PATENT INJECTOR for tending Boilers. jall:rEt THOMAS CARLIN & CO., Fourth Ward Foundry and Itachino Work !SANDUSKY BT.. ALLUDE:ENT CM. PA. kaanalculretra of Stations ry and Portable Stearn tngtnes, GU t'resma., Bnafting, Grist and Saw Worr,ltolllng NW and mannine Castings, Grate Barn. Weights,Wagon Boxer, &c. Bald to order and hero on bandEnglnes of an. sues. o:o CENTRAL FOUNDRY AND ROLL WORKS 880 Penn Street. IEIOLLILAN, BOYD & 33ABILEY. Chll Molls, MU Cant34es, Roll Lathes., U.. rmici DIAMOND OIL WORKS, H. M. LONG & CO., Once, DILZELL BUILDING. ten • Duqueithe Way. Plttsirersh. WARING AND KING, Gormand= Meretuusts and Brokers la Petroleum and its Products, DALZELL'S BLOCK, BUQUESNE WAY 113MAXELPHIA. ADDRESS/ /loom 17, Chamber of Commerce, rp SOUTH SECOND STREET. aplo VCR: BROTHERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN Petroleum and its Products, co iltroit h ugat - Atigi " u•Z ßU itgett 9l . 3s6l Thitadelphis Offfeer-1.7 WALNUT BT. spl:w2o ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY. muliwat w. C. TWEDDLE, meaceis.crruuss or Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils. Eclipse Railroad. Axle 011 ! Stands' great heat without change . remains limpid allowed temperatures. Spealal Oil for tropical climates or hot weather. Loimmotive, Engine, Machine shop, Will cut Screws. atm Mill and Planing EWI 0111, Adapted los high speed. 011, Wool Head•lightoll. 011, Tanners' Stus ilensole, ing&Yitzi.hingOll, Gasoline, Harness 011. Parraillne. ARMOR VARNISH. to preserve Bright Den. Work and Machinery from Bust. These products are manufactured under Dr. Tweddiels patent by Superheated Steam. In Vac cuo. he Lubricating Olfk are almost odorless, perfectly pare, uniform. and meetly light col ored. stand a bleb temperature unarmdirt and remelt:lpm rid durlng extreme cold. The Oils are unequalled, and are in constant use on many of tu e principal Railroads. Samples can be examined and orders left at 11.1_ , S WOOD STREET. Works at Sharteburg Bridge. • NOVELTY WORKS. pITTSIIIIRGII NOVELTY WORKS. Founded A. D. _1833. ADAMS, ffi'lLEE = & CO. iluirarAortrasso 'or CILTBTONII.BTANDABTUTAWR SPAT. JOAT) PLATFORM AR COUNT'S _SCALES. /um lama Patent Door Look* and Latobak Palm lizol Dolroe !DUN *c. • , Viol6ol ItITUT xvsterahremTili. =71113 IBM , 7_,- ,. 74 - --rniANcLixi - AMERICAN BANK. NO. - 80 FOURTH AVENUE, PITTSBURGH. oisirosprrAL 6200.000 Stockholders Individually Liable. BANS OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT. JOHN FLOYD WM. FLOYD, President. . Cashier. D . M2CTOII9. John M. ?dustland, Archibald Wallace, Jas. D. Kelly, Wm. Floyd. erg mired and prepared business. Thos. M. Marshall, Wm. 7'. Shannon, James W. Arrott, Chas. B. Leech, John Floyd, - This Bank is now full to J do a general Banking OAO r):=3. AVENUE BANK Of Pittsburgh. No. 195 FIFTH AVENUE. CAPITAL. 9106,600. STOCKHOLDERS INDYVIDUALLY LIA BLE. 81% PER CENT. INI I EREST allowed onMme deposits. Collections made,ion all accessible points in the United States and Can on most far rable tms ' gaseeisonall the . principal Foreign cities bought and Bold. • t.icount dare Tuesday and Friday. Open from 9 A. M. 10 3 P. at., and on Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o , c:ock. ED. DIrRIDDE, W. P. WBYMAN, W. H. Md. FRANK isIEBERT, W. C. R iFIERTSON, HENRY MEYER, DAN.KINZEMER. D. M. Asmoß, IL POERSTEL. ED. DITHRIDGE, President. F. F. SCHENCK, Cashier. auiBl3sl crr BALNK. • 112 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. osprraL, sioo,ooo. STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS. FOREIGN EXCHANGE Bought and sold, and when desired remitted to Europe. Collections made on all the principal points o Don imuiC dI n S u tat z e n s ,a Pndre CIII1n(11. JAMES binCABE. Vice President. W. N. MORGAN. Cashier. DiasarOns. D. Ihmsen, James McCabe, Thomas Bourke, John Savage, J. Dunlevy. Jr., Terence Campbell, Patrick Kane, James Phelan, Chas. B. Barr,R.A.Freyvogle, jud.Jos.liernann. Thomas Barnes, Bush Beating. . jel:kS JAY COOKE & CO., ' Bars, 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA. STOCKS and. BONDS of all descriptions bought and sold. • Special attention given to the purchase and sale of Oovernment Securities. =WO HART, CAUGIIEI & CO., BANKERS AD BROKERS, Corner 27sird and Wood Streets, PrIerSVAMOZEI:I4 iiitlCCESSOilli TO HANNA. BAST A C0..1 =erase lit • Exchange, Coin, Coupons, And partial's attention paid to the purchase and sale of GOVERNMENT BONDS. sight ',rusts on London. assts= PAM RAILWAY GOLD LOAN, Messrs. DABNEY, NORM C Enbange. Place, and N. K. JESUP & Pine Street, N. Y., offer , for sale the Bondi of the Kansas Pacific Ra'lwo These Bands pay seven per cent, in Cold have thirty years to run; are Free from Government Taxation; are seeded by a Land Grant of Three Million Acres of the lint Lands in Kansas and Colorado. n addition to this special grant the Com- any also owns Three Millions of Acres in Kansas, which art being rapialy sold to develop the country and improve the road. They are a first mortgage upon the Men- ion of the road from Sheridan, Kansas, o Denver, Colorado. The road in opera ion NOW, ELENB MORE THAN ENOUGH NET INCOME TO PLY TUB INTEREST ON THE NEW LOAN. There is no better security in the market—this being in some respects better than Government Se euritlei. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD.. Price 96, and am cd 'nieces; in eniriney. Pamphlets, Maps and Circulars Arnished on application. sulo ARCHITECTS. B A RB . &igosEß, 'Ma IWIISIV:193001ATIOX soil Sand set. ear street. Plttennin. Pa. spatail &Math* riven lo 4na &attain and imit . LANNIIIII.:X.IISIIII,. aaA , =MO; •st, ae4 , ao.at t le 14. A ' FINANCIAL. orCoLlit, WAVER AND COUPONS Bought at Highest Prices. PH. B. IfERTZ, Banker Col% Wood and Fifth Streets. =ye, - N UOIJIES & SONS, • ELied i tigEM - E l -1 91 9 57,Maiket Street, ve.. Collections made on all the prinidind Innate of the United States and Oansdan. Stecks,l3onds and otheilecurities BOUGHT AND SOLD ON 00112088102 1 . Particular attention paid to the Putnam and stle of united States Securities. Lim• T. BRADY (Buccesson oa. JONES a C 0..) Corner -Tooth and Wood Sts., 33 Ai. IV" 73...1Wa ES, BUY AND BELL ALL HINDS 07 GOVERMENT SECURITIES, GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS, ON MOST FAVORABLE , TERM. ear Interest Allowed on Deposit& W Money loaned on Government Bon at lowest marts[ rates. Order, games:tied for the Prireh and Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD. JAMES T. BRADT & CO. tAjt gittintrO Gairtts. FINANCE AND TRADE OPPIcE or PITTEILURGH GAZETTE, WEDNEBDAX, Sept. 1, 1669. The inquiry for money is increasing, and within the next week the fall busi ness is expected to open up, and with a greater. activity in money matters will doubtless depress Government and other securities, firmly held for an advance during the period through which the Treasury will continue to buy-bonds. The purchase of two millions to-day did not advance prices even at the firm feel ing in the gold market. 10.40 bonds are strong, and ex-coupons sold at 112%, equal to 115% interest included. an ad vance of one half per cent. The fear of a tight money market toward the end of this month, and the uneasy feeling in Europe fOr financial and political reasons, keep Government bonds very inactive, and dealers are indisposed to buy for a rise any more than what they need for daily transactions. Gold opened at 133%, declined to 153 1 8 , but advanced again to 134% strong, and sold down t 0133% at the close of business. The bulls have a difficult task to sustain the market, and they are making great scrifices for the sake of keeping up stocks,' and to be en abled to sell out at high prices. It is too late in the season for cotton shipments, else gold and exchange would sell at lower rates. With a more active export for cotton, however, it is reasona ble to suppose that gold will go far be low present quotations, the more so since our bonds hae been well sustain ed during the excitement in Europe a few days ago. Bonds quiet. Money from Bto 13 per cent, according to quality. Quotations as received by Ph. B. Mertz: Gold, 133%; Silver, 128; Eighty one's, 123; Five . Twenties, 1862, 123; do 1864, 122%; do 1865, 122%;• do 1865, Consols, 121 1 ; do .- 1867, 121%; do 1868, 121%; Ten Forties, 113%; New York Central,/ 204%; Erie ' —; Reading, 97; Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago. Railroad, 188%'; Ohio & Misisidppi, 132%; Michigan Nouthern, 106%; Cleve , land & Pittsburgh, 107%; Chicago & Rock Island, 114%; Chicago .& North Western, 856; Chicago & North Western Preterred, 64%; Adams Express Com pany, 56%; Merchants Union Express, 11; - Pacific Mail, 79%; Western Union Telegraph Company, 87%; American Ex press Company 35%. EXCHANGE, Large. - London, per £ $5,60 j 6,70 Paris. per franc 26% 28 Berlin, thaier - 9734 99 Frankfort, norm= 57g 58% . By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.) NEW YORE, September 1, 1869, The great sensation Of Wall street is the unexpected election, by the North western Directors, of Alexander. .1. Mitchell, of Milwaukee, to the presi , dency of the road. Commodore Vander . bilt, Daniel Drew and the Amsterdam holders of , preferred stock pressed the Claims of Mr. Baxter. A bogus report that the latter lead been chosen caused a lively advanee, Which warilostnpon'a correct announcement being made. It is believed that the election of Mitchell will be the means of the letuling of the Western Unionlioad, and-probably the St. Paul, of , both of which he is President, to the Northweidern: John E. Williams, of the Metropolitan Bank, was elected a director In the Northwestern Company. Money easy at 5®7 pertent.;cluefiy at 6 percent. - The, transfer of five millions of currency 'from lirEtshington to the Sub-Treasury here has been ordered. Sterling dull at 9%09% per cent. Gold opened : . at. 133%, - fell to 138%. advanc ed to 133% and closed at 183 1 1.®1133%. - It is believed the Treasury must in crease the sales of gold in consecittetipe of the reduction of the currency balance tolwelve millions., The carryingrates ' are 6 • r Oka. to :mt. qtegauqtekyAre dovenndq"rite apentidstroxig: idiots boliShr0. 000 • 003 lel 4 ,r,t6i3 textd tti :541114d:i o 11,T. arm aipally reglitered bonds, at 1203-1006 120 10.100, which leaves with dealers only Coupon bonds, from which the Gov ernment must take its future supply. The market closed firm, thougli wg; , ,/ per cent. lower than the best prices of the day. Coupons 81, 123%@123%; do. '62, 123%@123 1 4; do. 'B4, 122 , 3,;(41122;: do. '65, 122%®1`4%; do. new. 121%,® 121%; do. '6l 121%@121%; do. '6B, 12t% @121%. 10-40's, 1121,©112%. Pacifica 111%©111%. State bonds dull; Missouris, 8734; old Tennessee:3, 61; new, 51%; old Virginias, 55; new, 68; old North Carolinas, 5534; new, 48%. Stocks irregular. Vanderbilt shares firm. Northwestern weak, the closing price being hardly up to the best figures of the day. , rive-Thirty .Prices: Canton, 58; Cum berland, 33; Western Union Telegraph, 37%; Quicksilver, 15; Mariposa, 7; do. preferred, 12%; Pacific Mail, 80; Adams Express, t 6; Wells, 1934; Amecan, 3534; United States, 62%: Merchan ri ts, 11; New York Central, 204%; Harlem, 160; • do.• rrefered, 160; - Hudson, 1864: Reading, 97; Erie, 34%: do. prefer- • red, 56%; Michigan Central, 129; Michi gan Southern, 105; Illinois Central, 135%; Pittsburgh, 107 q; Northwestern, 84%; do. ,preferred, 93%; Cleveland, Colum bus- , and Cincinnati, 78; Rock Island, 114%; St. Paul, 7931; do. preferred, 81%; Wabash, 83%; Fort Wayne, 88%; • Terre Haute, 3434; do. preferred, 59; Chicago and Alton, 154; do. preferred, ' 155; Ohio and Mississippi, 32%; St. Jo- Seph, 125. Mining shares dull. 'Coppers at Boston: Copper Falls, 8; Franklin, 13; Hada, 80; Quincy, 25. Exports for the week, 53,835,019. Bub -Treasury balance yesterday, P3,- 063,638; to day, not announced. PITTSBURGH LIVE STOCK MAR . KET. PEKWA CENTRAL STOCK YARDS, WEDNESDAY, Sept..l, 1869. CATTLE. The market has been quite active and considerably excited thus far this week; and with an active demand and only a moderate supply, prime cattle, compared with last week, have advanced fully 50 cents per cwt. This is owing to an im protement in New York, and the New York shippers are responsible for the advance;lhey have bought nearly all of the cattle that nave been offered thus far, Philadelphia buyers not being able to compete with them, and to-day there is not half a dozen cars in the pens Un sold. The lower grades were also in better demand, and sold more readily, in some instances, at slighly improved prices, though as a general thing, this kind of stock, compared with last week, is unchanged. As will be seen by reference to the report of sales, several bunches of good cattle changed hands at 714@7%, and an extra drove would • have brought 8 cents. WEDNESDAY, August 25.-Hedges & Taylor to Kelly 20, weighing 15,970, at 431; Holmes L. & Co, for Rotenble to Gillett &Co 29, weighing 10,950,; at 535; 1 same for Farwood & Longecker 21 • bulls, weighing 19,320. et 3 1 %; same for Clark to Wilson 20, weighing 17,920, at 5%; same for Horst McMahon 20, weigh ing 19,770, at 4%; Hazlewood cti B. for Taylor to Coldatlor 6, at 4%®6; Bush for McMahon to Ituntzberger is, weighing 16,000, at 6. TECUSSD.tY, Aug. 26.-Horst to Hantz berger 42, weighing 40,090; Clark toGil lett & Co 16, weighing 19,320; Hedges & Taylor for Scroggs to Miller 11, weighing ; 11,750; same to DicArdle 70, weighing ; 69,820; for Munhall to Foltz 18, weighing 18,720, at 4%; Sprake to Briggs 30, ; weighing 41,600, at 714; same to Bush 17, weighing 16,080, at 6; Duncan to Delone 16, weighingll9,lso, at 6,90; Mussertosame 17. weighing 20,950, at 7,40; 51. Johnston to Gillett dr, Co 38, weighing 42,710, at ; 7; Musser to same 17, weighing 20,950, at 1 . 7,40; same to same 33, weighing 38,460, at 7,40; Smith & Blue for Goss to Yohn 18, weighingl6,7so, at 4%; same for Reyn- olds to Moses 8, Weighing 7,000, at 5%; same for Munroe to Kelly 19, weighing I 19,840, at 4@5; same for Reynolds to Graff s,weighing 3,850, at 4,60; Holmes L. L. &C) for Irwin to Graff 19, weighing 17,320, at 4%-$lO off; same for Judy to Clendening 38, weighing 37,030, at 5,05; same for Forward to Stewart 20, weigh ing 19,700, at 5,57; same for Beals to Wilson 20, weighing 16;360, at 4; Hedses & Taylor for Anderson to O'Donnell 18, weighing 20,110, at 614. FRIDAY," Augguust, 27.-Holmes, L. &Co. 1 for Knoles to Hartzell .18, weighing 18,- 090, at 534; same for Pate to Briggs 36, weighing 38,080, at 6,30; same for same to McMahon 21, weighing 18,250, at 4%; same for Brown to Anil & Co. 21, weigh- I ing 21,290, at 6,87; Hazlewood & Black stock for Thayer to Morgan 21, weighing 18,310, at 534. TUESDAY, August 81.-Smith & Blue for Arnor to Martin 48, weighing 60,070, at 7%; same for same to same 2, at 6; Orr dc Williams for White to Mussell man 41, (texans) weighing 33,840, at - 4%; Greer to same 23, weighing 19,280, at 4,65; Jacob Needy to Kiernan 33, weighing 40,380, at 690; Holmes, L dt. Co. 1 for Morris to Ritchie 21, weighing 19,490, at 4,70; Melvin to Graff 22, weighing 18,- t 210, at $36,70 per head; Sharpneck to Briggs 34, weighing 37,320, at 6%. WEDNESDAY, September 1.-Hazle wood &B. for Downing to Briggs 74, weighing 78,610, at 634; same for Strong to O'Donnell 38, weighing 39;140, at 6; same for Whittlesy to Moses 19, weigh ing 10,420, at 5; same for Crawford to i Musaeliman 19, weighing 15,330, at 534; same for Hall to Kelley 18, weighing 16,- 960, at 4%; same for Whittlesy to Anil 19, weighing 15,330. at 534; Holmes L. & Co. for Morris to Ritchie & Co. 84, weigh ing 82,060, at 5%; Print to McMahon 35, weighing 39,550; Hedges & Taylor for Browning to same 8,. weighing 6,800; Daniels to - 'Hickman 18, weighing 20,- 930; Crawford & Co. to Lamb 17, weighing 18,750, at 6%, off cars; Holden to O'Don nell 46. weighing 52,740, at 6%; Everett to Kiemen 53, we hin ighing 35,930. J Sm pith to. Yohn 22, weigg 19,010; Smit & Blue for Welsh to Black 21, weighing 18.430; Judy to Briggs 81, weighing 75,- 980; Hedges & Taylor for Wilson to Mc- 1 Mahon 38, weighing 35,120; at .6; C. X; - Ward to Gillet & Co. 34, weighing 41,570, at 7,55. The market is quiet and rather dull, Compared with last Week, prices dre are a fraction lower; Philadelphia hogs 10y,@1034; Baltimore hogs 935©10; and Yorkers 8%@)9. The arrivals ; are only still moderate, though ,the ;,supply - keeps pace with the demand. The sheep market was considerably excited yesterday, owning to Phila delphia buyers taking hold pretty free ly, and for a time the feeling was strong, and prices higher; subsequently, how ever, there was. a break, the market be coming somewhat demoralized, and the - advance was loit, .We now quote good 80 pound sheep - at 4@44; and good 90® 100 Sheep may ,'be quoted , at 4y,®5; common stock dull and neglected-- selling_at all kinds of . prices from 8 Ca 'down. - * ' • :.Thrittorr, Sept. I.—Wheat receipts 14,000 bust' ; market 2@3e better; extra . white $1,63, Bo: 1 do' $1;40@1,41, regular $1.28, amber $1,86. 'Dorn dull at 1/41(0970. '9*ti 14401% ..! • • 0 HOGS. SHEEP.