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ANDERSON & WOODS;
-BEST REPINED OAST STEEL
Of every description. Also,best
Refined German Plow and Spring Steel.
CORNER ROSS/LIM FIRST AVEN Lrltts
MILLER 9 1111111 &
Wl4. iorgatALr. RELTITEN MILLER,
GIGO. BARB, I CHAS.
BEIECIAL PARTNER—S. M. EIER.,
CRESCENT' STEEL WORKS,
lIILLER,f BARB - St PARKIN,
OFFICE, No. 339 Liberty Street, -
• • PITTSBURGH, PA.
COLEMAN, 'WM & CO.,
MON, NAILS, STEEL,
AXLES AND SPRINGS;
DIIQUENNT.. X. X AND JUNIATA,
.7fLAT BAR, ROUND AND SQUARE IRON.
BAND, HOOP, SHEET AND TANK IRON.
BOILER PLATER AND HEADS,
GUARD IRON, DBAG and DROPPER BARS,
"FLANGE.; fJUTTER BARS, CILINDER
VP AND FLAT RAIL, for Coal Roads.
cROWB&RS,WRDIGESS: HARROW TEETH,
- ,2a*RING,PLOW ...ND CULTIVATOR STEEL.
aTEEL WINGS AND MOULDS cut to pattern.
STEEL TIRES, STEEL SHAFT:NO, A. B.
COACH, BUGGY and WAGON SPRINGS and
CUT NAILS AND SPINES.
All Goods First Chum and Warranted.
OFFICES AND WORKS.
.111iteenth S nd 'Allegheny River,
and 77 Water Street. Pittsburgh.
pLE.FFIELD STEEL WORKS.
SINGEE, NIMICK & co.,
iivinfacturers of every description of
a. w sranws,
AND PLATFORM ISPRLIEI
KLES, STEEL:MP, &c., &o
Neeehouse, 83 Water sn(1100 First tits.
"3": Y LACK' ENLMOND
ST.EEL • WORKS.
Manufacturers of all descriptions cf
!ST ir. PIYMTI .
17.' 71 :e sad . tv;.rellouPe, THIRTIETH, THIRTY.
and R.S.I.TALOAD 'STREETS,
ATWOOD & 11111FFREY
Cor. Liberty St. & 3d Avenue,
And Iron Pipe Fitters.
And AGENTS Lr A. S. CAMERON 84 CO 'S
!STEAM PUMPS AND BLOWERS.
HILNItY BIER, GUtTAVV,S
HENRY BIER & CO.,
JOHN M. COOPER &
Bell and Brass Founders.
MADE PROMPTLY TO ORDER.
Maleable and Grey Iron' Minos,
GAS PIPE AND - TUBING -
THROTTLE, SAFETY AND CHECK VitiV ES,
ALL GLOBE it&TTERN:
]ntA (-)74 COCKS,
Brass Work oi . everi description for_
Steam, Water and OIL,
SIANUPACTURERS OP 3. M. COOPER'S
Improved Beanie-Whet Steam Pump.
Agents for Dreyfus' Patent oil
ors. the best in the Market.
omee and Works, corner Tturteenth and Pike
The Trustees are now nre pared to grant licen
ses for the use of the SLLEIISHAVIdEN PRO-
The superior quality Imparted to good iron,
t he great litip,ovement In inferior Iron, and the
reduced cost,commend it to ail manufacturers of
Parties wishing to nee it can obtain Licenses by
JAMES P. SPEER
Attorney for the Trustees.
1190118 1 and 2, English's Building, 98,4
Par ties Interested are Invited to visit the
3110 Eli BERGEIt WORKS. where the weenie
now In successful operation. lea:d11
VVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Worka.
WArelionse. 240 z, 166 and 151 HIRST
,TEdfaT, oopos lie Monongaaels House,
r72e1:48 „ rairrsigatopt
COAL ANVO I Rig.
VIAL! COAL!: COALLII!
DICKSON, STEWART &
Having removed their QlllOO
NO. 567 LIBERTY STREET,
• „ • • .
(Lsicily Olty Floor 21111)8BOOND gLOOB.
Ara Itom lorepsred to tarnish Kood YOTIGHIO.
WIEST LUMP NUT GOAL OggLA.O7l,
lowest morket Price. . _
All orders left at their ofßee. or Addressoa to .
them through th e will - be &Molded to
aapomia . ..
ENGINES,• • _ RS, &c.
HUGH N. P . ';'- . '
ii .- 84. 0Q ~
Cor.Paint quesneSt n
(*Just 'c •
Engine 8ui1:4, - . , iunders and
Manufacture 87. , E ;' NEDNES and STA
TIONARY ENOI Axes.
tAk•••ocial attentio • . our new STATION
OIL WEL' ' AND PORTABLE
BOILER, of lb
OASTINEIB,_of , mede to order atom'
Foundry on TB . IT below Market.
RIGS cm ' . FLING PULLEYS
HANGERS,HOI.: " BACBOooREWBand
IRON TOBACC:; . • ,on hand and =de la
orderi at the • . -
Frontingont Riv er . ithut i ke p ciut ,
ifOr All on Mod. Tar us
FORT , z.' .'-';.''',
SOILS 'ILL AND TAM
a, & 9111YDER, , ,
' ' BLE-FLUED TIIBULAB,
1.1 U. 1 L .1 " DYLINDRIL 87111A1I BOIL-
OIL 83' , '• OIL TANK%
CHEW; 'ECHINCI AND ASE PANB,
SETT! - 8, SALT_ PANS A2.ID CON
GASOKETIMB AND LEON
PRISON 13001 IS AND COAL Blitc/7.5
Office and Wareknonoe. corner Sooosad,
Third s Short and .Ltborty Streets,
air Orders sent to the above address will be
promptly attended to. mr,7:lf2
H. BARNHILL & co.,
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. SO, AI, S 4 AND 3115 PENN ST.
Having reared a lame yard and furnished it
with the most approved machinery we are pre
pared to manufacture every description of BOIL
ERS in the best =tuner, Land warranted equal to
any made In the country. Chimneys Breathing,
Fire Beds, Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers,
Condensers, Salt Pans, Tanks, 011 Stills, Agita
tors, Settling Pans. Boiler Iron, Bridges, Sugar
Pans, and sole manufacturers of BarnhilPs Pat
Repairing done on soonest notice. isS:crl
JA== M. =WIND D. DRUM!
JARED H. BRUSH & SON,
mastrrAcTuazza or .
Steam Boilers, 011-81111 s, Tanks.
SHEET IRON WORE. &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, &o.
Manufacturers of the greatest variety of
Cook, Parloi and Heating Stoves,
In our assortment will be found all the LATEST
PATTURNS AND ISIVROVaIIiENTd, 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 I:particular attention to our new VoLCAN , I
STOVE, for churches, halls *immures. Over UM
sold In three monots. Intended for w ith or with
out casing. . A ll who have used them prononuce
them supealor to any other and far cheaper.
Send for Catalogue and rrice List. Je3o
RRAFF, KUCU3 & CO.,
WASIIFACTIMBRIS 07 - 27101.7 VAILDLTY OP
61 11 1 114 CONnMES
BOSTON. COOKING RANGE,
" THE MU FURNACE," •
808 WAMIO IMILDINGIB. •
THE NEW ANTI-DUST COOKING ETON'S.,
"REGULATOR." COLUMBIA COOK STOW.
V Na 3 E CAST IBONN P 112 4, PORTABLI
r t akif.CAV I RA J TES.tree from and dust;
• 206 and 208 Liberty Street,
se :yl7 i ITTSRURGH. PA.
BINOMIAL+ A& CO.'S
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
'74l tansy other Stove In the Union,.
BISSELL' &: 00.;
No. 286 Liberty Street.
&Ito on nand and for sale.
HILILTING 824./VES 7 - •
ORATE ruoirrs, PEND7ra%
MORENO KANOSEI. &o.
500.000 fee Dry Pine Boards.
150.000 fee 15% !rich Clear Plank;
25,000 rest L inch Common Plank;
35,000 fee Dry 1 and $ inch Oak:
115.000 ft., 1, 1,11 and 3 Inch Poplar:
10.000 lest Dry Poilar Scantling:
10.000 feet D ry Yellow. Pine Boards;
100,000 fee lienilOck Scantling.
353:000 fee No. /I 113 inch Shin.
$OO.OOO o: 1111-114 ch Shingles. sawed;
50,000 No. 116-inch Shingles, shaved;
50,000 Fire Brick;
1,000 Fire Tile.
100 Tone Fire Clay;
_Also. Saw Kill Lumber, Locust and Cedar
Posts, and all artistes In theUne on hand and for
sale by ALEXANDER PATTERSON. Yards—
No. 151 Rebecca Street and corner of Feeble and
Juniata streets, S th ward, Allegheny, late bor
ough of Manchest r. apni
GLASS. a=l NA. CUTLERY.
Call and e
feel satisfied ti
, } .i,
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: MON
AC =as pr
N 0.30 WOOD STU"
TO BE ROUND.
pi) ill'i 311 H P(iii
,4 1 3. ND CHINA.
large oak of
'kin.) our goods, and we
I . one need fall to be suited.
REED & CO.
: ( 1 0 Fr:l 3141
rournams, MACHINISTS. I
OFFICE AND WORKS,
IgrEngines, Rolling MU! Ma
chinery, Nail Machines, Re
torts, and Castings generally.
AND PIPE WORKS.
&moor Carroll and timallaianKraal%
e'l;(41)t it* S. 44'51
FOR. eAB AND WATER WORKS
My Pines fire all CUL ltwarlahlyln Pita, lu• dr;
gaud. and IN feet lengths. Also, full assortment
Castings ror Gas and Water Works.
I would also call the •+tentlon of Bnperintend•
outs of Gas Worka to t_f make of HMI:NITS.
(Successor to JOS. P. HAIGH it C 0.,)
Has facilities co-extensive with the leading
Forges In the East, and Is prepared to promptly
and satisfactorily Ell all orders for STEAMBOAT
SHAFTS, CRANKS. PTSTON ROD 4, LEVERS,
PITMAN -JAMS, WRISTS, RAILROAD AXLES,
LOCILMOTIVE FRAMES. together with every
description of SHAPE WORE. Office and Forge,
Corner of Duquesne Way and First Street.
:12 °EDISON, SEA & CO.,
Successors to Itomzersolt, Huns • linassus,
FOUNDERS AND 111ACHINISTS,PITTSBUREIN,
Manniacturers of Boat and Stationary Stem En
gines Blast Engines, Mill Machinery, Gearing,
Eittaftlim, Castings of all descriptions: Oil Tanks
and St s Boiler and Sheet iron Work.
Office,Rio. Di, corner First and Smithfield
Agents for GIFFARD'S PATENT INJECTOR
for reeding Boilers. Jall:rfill
THOMAS C&RLIN & CO.,
Fourth Ward Foundry and Machine Work;
VANDLIBICY ST., ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.,
liannfacturera of Stationary and Portable Steam
hugitma, fuit Presteig„ Ethityl.,__lShafttng, Grist
and Saw Wor , Mill and Machine
Castings, Grate Bars, Weights, Wagon Boxes,
&c. Bulk' to order and have oh hand Engines of
all sizes. myl4:qs
DIAMOND OIL WORK!.
H. M. LONC & CO.,
Once, DALZELL BUILDING,
fela Dnquegne Way. Pittabargh. Pa.
WAIF NG AND RING, •
Conunisslon Merchants and Broken In
Petroleum and its Products,
DAL;ELL'S BLOCK, DUQUESNE WAY,
Boom 17, Ch,amber of Commerce,
133 80IITH HECO.WD STREET.
COMMISSION. MERCHANTS ,
AND MALE= Dir-' •
Petroleum and its Products,
Pittannrgh . DeIee—DALZELLii Bl:ll4DlNtis
.earner of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets.
Philadelphia Ottleit—lST WALNUT IST. •
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
HERBERT, W. G MEDDLE,
Libricating & High Test Bruning 011 s.
Helipee Railroad Axle OH.
Stands great heat without change; remains
limpid at lowest temperatures. Special CU for
tropical climates or hot weather.
Locomotive. Engine, Machine Shop,
mit cut Screws.
Saw 11111 and Planlintßill 0i15,...
Adapted for high speed. _
Spindle 011, ,WoollHead-Llght
011, Tenuere , Stuff- l ßeautole,
ing & Finishing 011, Gasoline, •
Harness 011. IParratline.
ARMOR VARNISH, to reserve Bright Iron
Work and Machinery from Rust.. •
These products are manufactured under Dr.
Twaddle s patent by SUperheated Steam in Vac•
cuo. Ihe Lubricating OM are almost odorless,
perfectly pure, uniform, and mostly 'light col
ored. stand a high temperature unchanged. and
remain ltm pld during extreme cold. The Railroad
Ohs are unequalled, and are in constant use on
many 01ihe principal Railroads. Samples can
be examined and orders left at 174. WOOD
STREET. Works at Sharpsburg Bridge.
NOVELTY WORKS. .
fFoundeil A. D. 1833.
OALMS; HVIKEE dr, CO.
IatTBTONE STANDARD, )IrAFRI3ANE SPAT
ENT) PLATFORM AND COUNTER
/antis Faced Patent Door Locks and Vitae'.
Paint and Cones Urns, ho.
0013;Elt OP FIRST AVENUE &MUTT ST I
WEST COMBI4cI3I '
Machine. *one Worker
Noithweit comer of Wed Common, Alletben7i
Hivsteep hand or groom QII /WWI notice Marti
and .Ptobee.'7lags no , tddelvalloy Ilrewei7
Vaadca. so., Head and Tomb Stones, Xl*
Orden Ordal4l7 unaided. nubsreiumiable
~,,i.okii, ‘ ,l4 1,•?..4 : . -, l): 7 .niq - ti lo .7
AY, _SEPTEMBER 13, 1861.
Nia:to Poi:TIITH AVENUE,
CASH CAPITAL 8200.600
Stockholders Individually Liable.
BANIKOP DISCOCNT AND DEPOSIT%
Thos. M. Marshall,.l Jol'n M. Murtland,
James W. Arrott, I Jas. D. Kelly,
Chas. B. Leech, Wm. Floyd.
This , Bank is now fully organized and prepared
o do a general Banking business.
iIITTH AVENUE BANK
No. 195 FIFTH AVENUE.
CAPITAL ' •
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LTA
SIX PER CENT. IN,TT.REST ,allow.ed on time
deposits. Collections Made on ail accessible
points In the ThOted states and Canadas uamost
fatmtable teems. ' •
Exchangn on all the , pcintinal Foreign cities
bought and sold.
Discount days Tuesday and Friday.
!Open from 9 A. at. to 9 P. at., and on Saturday
evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock:.
ED. DITARIDUE, W.. P. WETMAN,
W. B. SIMS. FRANK sIERERT,
O. ROBERTSON,. fIaNRY MEYER,
DAN. KINZER: • D. M. ARMOR,
ED. DITHEIDGE, Presylent
F. E. SCHENCK, Cashier.
112 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BECKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
MEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Bought and sold. and,when desired remitted to
Europe. Collections made on all the principal
points of the Untied States and Canada.
Doutsicx inidaaN, President.
JAMES MCCABE. Vice President.
W. - N. MORGAN. Cashier.
D. Ihrnsen, James McCabe,
Thomas Rourke, Hush Ke.tiug
J. Dunlevy. Jr., Terence Campbell,
Patrick Kane, James Phelan,
Chas. B. Barr, H.A.Frevvoglc,
Jno.Jos.llermann. Thelma. Barnes,
je1:1.5 JO .I. M. GAZZ Alt, 6olicitor.
Ki 0 V11141)01.4;14'4
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylya
nig, January 24, 1.867.,-- For the cafe keeping
of Bonus and other Securities, (lola and Sliver,
Silver Plate, Books, Records. Diamonds and
Valuables of all descriptions, under guarantee,
and for the renting of Wee In Its burglar-proof
vaults. Building and Office
.Vo. S 3 FO URTH ArE.II^LTE,
TICE PaLSIDENT—kIEtiRY LLOYD
Vv - 31. PHILLIP?. :JAMES I. RENvETT,
HP %In LLOYD, ' , IIYRON It. PAINTER,
NVILLI+3I. REA. 'Jos, S.
W/LL.LA.3I. 31. I.l(olq,'GEoki3ly. BLAtai,
CURTIS G. HUSSEY.
SECIIE.TARY ANb TREAsensII
b.• F. VoN I;uNlittUltx.-
ART, CAUGELEI & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood &recta §
OWC013:330119 TO H. 1.19194., HART t C 0.,)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And particular attention paid to the mchase
and sale of
Sight Draitio on London.
PACIFIC- RAILWAY GOLD LOAN,
91E3111. DABNEY, MORGAN & c0., 1 51
Exchange'Pjace, and M. K. JESUP & CO,
1! Pine Street, N. 1., offer for sale the
Bonds of Ihe Kansas Pacific Railway.
These Bond 4 pay seven per cent. in Vold(;
have thirty yettra to .mn;.a.re.Free,from
Government Taxation; are secured by a
Land Grant of Three Million Acre& of the
Finest Lands in 'limas and Colorado.
In addition to this special giant the Com
pany also owns Three Millions of Acres
in Kansas, which are being rapidly sold to
develop the country and improve the road.
They are a first mortgage upon the extension
of the road from -Sheridan; Kansas, to
Denver, Colorado. The road in operation,
487 miles long, upon which it is also a mort•
gage, NOW EARNS MORE THAN BOHR
NET INCOME TO PAY THE INTEREST
ON f TILE NEW Thereis no better
security in the market—this being in
IMO respeeti better; than Government Se•
rarities. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST
PAYABLE IN COLD. Priee 96, and acorn•
libitirest, in Currency. Pamphlets, Naps
and Circulars furnished one npplleation.
5N'- 1 ~
•! 1 91%?i , Z:l,jL?:
#Ol - o.lLare,
SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought at Highest i'riccs.
PH. R. HERTZ, Banker
Cor. Wood and Fifth Street&
N. HOLMES & SONS,
Collection. nude on .111 the principal point: of
the United &Alas and Cane.ll.3.
Stocks, lion& and other Securities
BOUT AND BOLD ON CODUIISSION.
Particular *neaten paid to the purchase and
United States Securities.
Oinccesaors 08. JONES a C0..1
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
BUT AND AND SELL ALL RINDS OT
GOVERN lENT SECURITIES,
GOLD, SILYEE AND COUPDNN
ON MUST FAVORABLE TX Ham.
Slir Interest Allowed on Deposits,.
air Money loaned on Government Bonds at
lowest market rates.
Orders executed for the Purchase
and Sale of STOOKS, BONDS and
JAMES T. BRADT A. CO.
"Vjr Pitt,sliurgij Ga-itttf.
FINANCE AND TRADE,
By Telegraph to tt e Pittsburgh Gazette.)
Money easier at 6@7 per cent. Bank
statement very unfavorable; loans
$26t , ,864,533; increase $6,314.691; specie
$14,942,066; decrease $2,519,656; circula
tion $33,964,196; increase $4,161; deposits
$188,823,524: decrease $2,277,762. Legal
Tenders, $31,487,867: decrease $40341,915.
Sterling quiet at 9% per cent. Gold firm
er opened at 3534, advanced , to 35%, and
on unfavorable accounts concerning the
cotton crop. closed at 33%@3334. Carry
ing rates s@B per cent. per annum, 1 1.16
till Monday. Clearatcze $15,000.010. Ex
ports for the week $53,459.
Governments scarce, with large orders
from German houses; prices havo ad
vanced one half per cent. without bring
ing out amen stock. The Assistant
Treasurer bought $324,500, at 118 25.100
and 118 90 100, the offers I reaching, a
million and a quarter: the market closes
heavy and lower:
Coupons, 'Bl, 21 .1 %(421%; do. '62,
22@22%; do. '64, 215@)21%; do. '65, 2134
@21%; do. new, 20@2034; do. '67, 2034
(420%; do. '6B, 20@20%.10-40's, 10%©10%;
Stater bonds dull; ,Missouris, 87%. old
Tennessees, 6134; new do. 53: old Vir
ginias, 55; old North Carolinas, 55; new
blocks ars unsettled and declined
about 34 per cent on best prices of the
day. Cleveland anti-Pittsburgh declared
a cash dividend of 2 per cent for the
quarter; an unconfirmed rumor says a
scrip dividend of 15 per cent.
Five-Thirty _Alma: Canton, 5630 Cum
berland, 3234; Western Union Telegraph,
37; Quicksilver, 13%; Mariposa, 734; do.
preferred, 13%1 Pacific Mail; 773;; Adams
Express, 43./., Wells, 1834: , American.
37; United States, 61; Merchants Union, 10;
New York Central, 204%; Harlem, 156;
Hudson River. 183%: Reading, 961.4; Erie,.
87%; do. preferred, 62%; Michigan Cen
tral, 128; Michigan Southern, • 101% ;
Illinois Central., 137; Pittsburgh, 110% 7 ;
Northwestern, SO: do, preferred, 89;
Cleveland, Columbus . and Cincinnati.
78; Rock Island, 11034; Paul, 75%;
do. preferred, 85; . Wbash, 78%; do.
preferred, 82; Fort Wayne, 8734; Terre
_Haute, 36; do. preferred, 57; Chicago and
- Alton, 1503‘ preferred, 150 ; Ohio and
Mississippi, 31%; St. Joseph, 11834; do.
preferred, 117; Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indiana Central, 31.
Mining Shares dull.
Copper—Boston prices: Franklin, 13;
Ridge, 434: Hancock. 1%.
Sub-Treasury balance, $88,951,383.
' Imports for the week were Dry Goods.
$3,105,307; General Merohandise,- 53,-
tairD7E OF PITTSBITROH GAzwrrn,
SATURDAY, Sept. 11. 11469.'
Quotation' as received ov Ph. R.
Mertz: Gold, 135; Silver, ISO; Eighty
one's. 121%: Five Twenties; 1862, 122;
do 1864, 121%; do 1865, 121%; do 1865,
Consols, 126%; do 1867, 1203‘: de.lB6F,
120%; Ten Forties, 110%; New York
Central, 205; Erie, —; Reading, 96;
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne dr Cuicaso
Railroad, 87: Ohio dc Misissippl, 131%;
Michigan Southern, 101% Cleve
land & Pittsburgh, 111%; Chicago dt
Rook Island, 11135; Chicago tic - North
Western, 80%; Chicago & North Western
Preferred, 89%; Adams Eipreas Com.
56%; Merchants Union •Expresa,
10; Pacific Mail, -; Westerra Union
Telegraph Company,, .37; • Anierlcan Ex
press Company 37.
EXCHAN 013, Large. -
London, per £ t 6,72 j 8,85
Paris. per franc 27% 28%
Berlin, thaler 99% 101
Frankfort, florins 58% 60
NEW Yeas,'-September 11.—The Dry
Goods trade iti fairly active among job
bing houses. Prices on Bleached Mus
lim and Cant4l Flannels are weak, the
Masonville thtlty-sia inbh Shirting are
1e lower to-day, selling at 18c; the Black
stones are -reduced from 1434 to 140, and
Forrestdele 'froth 171e'to 17c; Laconiii
Brown Canton Flannel ' s which have been
said at 200 are-reduced to 173ic. Worsted
Braids, in common and high colors, aro
Sci,lower, arid are now selling at no for
O. 83. Prints in good request and prices
Ord upward, some brands being advanc
e.3ic per yard, while prints like La
borde are offered by A. T. Stewart it km.
at'lo3Sc by the ease or pokes?.
. , . .
57 Market Street,
NEW YORK, September 11, 1869
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
SATURDAY, September 11, ISO.
A good deal has been said within . the
last month in regard to the intention of
refiners suspending operations for want
Of a margin, but as the shipments held
u p pretty well, it was received by many
with considerable allowance. The ship
ments during the week which has jolt
closed furnish proof sufficient to sat
isfy the most incredulous that there is
something in it, 6,695 bbls against 11,159
last week, and over 1,3000 bbls the week
preceding that. We find by reference
to the file of the GAZETTE of 1868, that
the shipments during the week ending .
Sept. 12, of that year, were 17,120 bbls,
and the week preceding, 15,699; from
this it will be seen that the shipments
this week are but little over one third
of what they were , last year. , As we
have already Intimated, our manufac
turere "shut down" for the:very good
reason that they could make nothing by
running, and it was hoped, and hopes
are still entertained, that a movement of
this kind would place the market-- in a
healthy condition, that is force reined
-up or crude down, it, matters not which,
so that a fair manufacturer's protitoould
be secured. Thus far, it must be con
fessed, the movement has not been a
success, as crude appears to be fully as
strong as it was during the" earlier part
of the.week, and this, tco, right in the
face of a largely increased production;
while refined, notwithstanding the sus
pension of the most of the largest con
cerns and largely decreased shipments,
is dull and, if auytlaing„ weak, and
prices are a fraction lower than during
the early part of the week. As we have
already stated, however, hopes are still
entertained that there will be a reaction,
and many argue that it is a matter of
necessity, that the actual oil is now
wanted, and not • paper contracts,
and that with reduced ' stocks and
very light shipments, prices must
rule higher. ,There is this, however, and
it should not be lost_sight of, the trade
at large is not so much interestedm an
advance or a decline, in the one or the
other, as. it is in getting prices
equalized, an as to • "afford a mar
gin to both manufacturer' and dealer,
and the sooner this can •ba realized,
the better for ail concerned.
Receipts Crude this week, 15,027; last
week, 25,850; from January let to date,
563,972; same time last year, 790,488;
Exports Relined this week. 6,695; last
week, 11,159; January Ist to date. 861,812;
same dins last year, 459,617. Sales this
week, 36,700; last week, 69,500.
Market quiet and unchanged—but lit
tle offering and not much wanted. Sale
1,000 bbls first water (40@43 gravity)
at 14%: 1,000 same delivery (40@46) at
14%. Other deliveries nominally un
No sales—market weak and, if any
thing, prices a shade lower. Spot quoted
at 32q; last half September, 32%; Octo
ber, 3234: and lines from September or Oc
tober to December, 3234.
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil 40C
Eclipse Railroad Axle 350
Eclipse Machinery 75c
Eclipse Spindle 80c
RECEIPTS OF CRUDE OIL. 1
Jas. Wilkins 240 bbls on account,
Phila. tt Boston Petroleum Co; Fisher &
Bro. 4SO bbls, on account ,E H Long;
Eagle Oil Works 220 bbls on sceount G-
S Thomas; Citizens Ref. Co. 560 bbls on
account, Fisher & Bro; Keystone Refin
ery BMA bbls on account J. Bates: D BiT
& Co; 52 do on account John Kinible;
Pennock S. Beeson 50 do on account A
OIL SHIPPED EA ST BY A. V. B.
IslcKelvy & Bro., 217 bole re:. oil to
W. P. Logan. & Bro., Philadelpiiia.
J. C. Kirkpatrick, 350 bbla refined to
Waring, King-dr. Co., Philid_elphia.
Montzheimer. Koehler & Co. 500 bbis ref
to Waring, Ring t Co., Philadelphia.
"Citizens OiL Co. 391 bbls refined to
Tack, Bros. dr. Co., Philadelphia.
Livingston dr Bro., 1,500 cases refined,
to Warden. Frew & Co.. Philadelphia.
Total Refined 1,458 bbls. 1,500 cases.
CHICAGO. September 11.—Eastern Ex
change quiet at 1.5 per cent. off buying
and par selling. Flour more active at
$5,20@6,1234 for spring extras. Wheat
firmer and 34@lc higher; sales No. 1 at
$1,28; No. 2> at 11,25q11,26, closing at
$1,2514@1,26 for No. 2; this afternoon the
market was quiet; $1,253-6 for No. 2. Corn
moderatelY active and 34@3;0 lower;
sales No. 2 at 8234@83y,c, closing at 83@
85y,,,c, and rejected at 75@80e; no grades
sold at 771g78= this; afternoon the mer
ket Was - quiet at 82. C. seller September:
Oats more active and firmer, prices be
ing Mc higher; sales No. 2 at.4434®45c,
cloying at 45c. Rye fairly active and nu.
settled No. 1 has declined 3c: No. 2 has`
declined 134@2c. and rejected at 2@
3c lower; -sales N0..1 at 87c; No. 2 at 85,
@B6c, ancDrejeoti3d` 'at )75@77c:. closing
at 85c .for No. 2. 'Barley steady, with
sales of No. 2 at $Z,35 > eash, , $1,31@)1,33
Seller September, and $1,25 seller Octo
ber. Highwmes firm and excited, with
sales'at 81,17®1,08, and Closing with buy
ers at $l.lO, and sellers at $1,12@1,15.
Sugar firmer at 13y,©1434c for common
to prime Cuba. Provisions quiet. Mesa
pork dull at $33,50. Lard 1834@)18 3 / 4 c.
Short rib middles 17c. Freights steady
and a shade higher at 6®614c for corn by
sail and steam to Buffalo. Receipts du
ring the past twenty-four hours: 2,798
bbls flour, 61,475 bush wheat, 206,185 bush
corn, 25,615 bush oats, 4099 bush rye, 3,240
bush barley, 4,021 hogs. Shipments:
3 338 bbls Sour, 40,450 _bush wheat, 185,-
579 bush corn, 84,096 bushoats, 3,610 bush
rye, 770 bush barley.
BUFFALO, September H.—Flour In bet
ter demand; western bakers ,7,624 west
ern spring $6,75. Wheat dull; spring
neglected; sales of 900 bush red Toledo
No. 1, 7,800 bush amber Ohio and 7,200
bash amber Michigan, all at $1,42, elem.,
ing weak. Corn dull; sales of 110,000 •
bush western at 960, 75,000 bush do..
91c, and' Ear lota 92(498c. Oats steady;" '
sales of 38,060 bush No. 2 western et 53g,
and 28,000 bush do. 5210. Rye nominal.. ;
Barley: Es'ea ofsfOirbush Canada at about
$1,20. Seeds: sales of 400 bags .new
timothy at $4,00@4,25. Pork: $33,00@
33.50 for heavy mess. Lard 19®1914c.
Ilighwines: sales of 100 - bbls at 81,00;
now held at $l,lO. Receipts—Flour,
4,600 bbla; wheat. 51,000 bush; corn, 36,.
000 bush; oats, 35,000 bush. Shipments
—Wheat, 68,060 bush; corn, 62,000 bush;
oats, 28,000 bush.
PEULADELEIRIA, September 11.—Flour
dull and weak; sprhig'wheat extra fani-:'
ily $6,75(4)7,75 ; ' Ohio do. 57g9.2.5.
Wheat very dull; western red $1,50;
white $1,60. Rye steady.. .CornAuiet;
mixed western $1,12@1,14. Oats steady
at 591562. c. Petroleum quiet; crude 224 e;
relined 32Mc. Provisions ; dull: - Mess
Pork $33. Lard 19;ic. Whisky dull at
Catt.Aoo, Sept. IL—Cattle dull ;MS@
4,35 for Texan and common steers. goo
steady and less active at $8,26®5.50 for
common: 18,6012)9 for, fair to medium
and V 9,25 , 12,9,85 for good to clmice ‘
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