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STEEL WORKS.
pITtSBURGH
STEEL WORICS.
STABLIBIDID IN 11.13415. -
ANDERSON & 'WOODS,
• OP t
BEST REPINED OAST STEEL
-Ot every descrlption. Also, beet
Refined German r Plow and Spring Steel,
CORNER ROSS AD,D 7TRST AVBICITE,PItts
burgh. Ps. atle:nit
_MILLER, - BARR & # IIIIIN.
GENZEAL PAI3TNEBBC
M..
W. METCALF. RE,IIBEWMILLEE,
GEO BARB, CHAS. PfRIEIN.
PECIAL PARTNER—S. M...E1.7,E,
CRESCENT STEEL *OAKS,
11ITT,TNR, BA.RII,- & PAIIHIN 3
OFFICE, No. 339 Liberty Street, -.
. PITTSBURGH, PA.
te14:(348 . '
- DUQUESNE WORKS.
COLEMAN, RA IM & 00
Manufacturers of
IRON, NAILS, STEEL,
AXLES AND SPRINGS,
inuqtrzsat, L NAND JUNIATA,
TN ROUND AND SQUARE IRON.
AND AP, SHEET AND TANK IRON.
OILER PL &TES AND HEADS,.
-fITIARUIRON - DRAG and DROPPER BARS
isktrobn ampra send, ovhpunsai
war—
SP AND FLAT RAIL for Coal Road,.
gII I IY/B_,l 4 P l ar r. .k. l) ND CULTIVATOR STEEL TEETH ;
=EEL . WINGS AND MOULDS ant to pattern.
- ffrEEL: IMES, .STREL SHAFTING, A. B.
COACH, BUGGY and WAGON SPRINGS and
NAILS AND SPIKES.
Altrioods First Class pd . Wartanted.
,QFFICES AND. WORKS.
411Eteolath Street And Alletheny River,
and 71,Wapir Starcet.P ttaburgh.
s aErnELD
SINGER, BuctoK-,&-00. 1 :
pirrszu*au; r 4. •
iasasdactirers of every descrtptlon of
CAST ANI) GERMAN STEEL,
suitor srA IRO% •
ILLLL.. AND PLATrOILM BPSnieS.
AXLES, BTE3L ako
Warehouse, 88 Water and 100 First Sts.
BLACK DIAMOND
STEEL - WORKS
PARK, BROTHER . 4t CO.,
Xanufac:turera of all desertptlonS at
EitriMEEMILi.
Mae and Wirehonse, THIRTIKTII:VEMUT
YLEEST tad RAILE.OAD STREETS,
PITTSBITLIGH.
BRASS FOUNDERS.
111f09 - 9 &
Cor liberty St. & 3d Avegue;
"toziTsinnzdn: PA.,
BA.ASS • - FOUNDERS.
•••- • • -
And Iron Pipe Fitters.
And` AtiEWITS Id&itEttOtir - & CO'S
bTEAM. PUMPS AND BLOWERS.
=MY BIER, 05ITAVL3 LILECII.
littitflnEtt
•
St7CCIBBOIIS TO
- • ,
• :onu re. °Demi a. co.;
,Bell and Brass Founders.
ititual CASTINGS
Heitz rnomprLY TO ORDER.
thimble and Grey Iron 'Fittings,
GAS PIPE AND TUBING,
f •
norm, SAFE I AND - CHECK VA.LIES,
ALL GLOBE PATTERN.
efoci:Kg,
Bran Work ot• every description for
Steam, Water and OIL
bunuradrinizna nit a. at. worn rya
Improved Balance-Wheel Steam- Pump.
.110416 yo,. Diev/tis , Patent Oil
ers. the beat in the Market.
Office and Works, conies Truneenta and Pike
%rests.
/RON WORKS.
REBESENIROUBSS::
The Trustees am now nrepLared toxrant limn
nes tor ;the use or, the .7.4
The i~partdr gdalltr - Impelled tir l ia dron;
swTreatlmmove,ment In Mherlor. d Me .
aged amt. ecelunendit to al/ man mot
Isom
sii =4 wigwag m use it can oIIMIDIMemen log
~4416.1F4ES P. tEipzExc
Attorney for the itnice;
BOSM o It d 1,W2 AVIPYS_rEMdingO S, 4
P reta itipwgo fon zritveLc
._
Atts'i ;PMESTON-6,'4004'
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
Warehouse. Noe. ; 5 - and Mr • ingin
STBILICT, opposite Mononliaela — Boas.
sp24:o PITTSBURGH
--)7comsuottroding.
c__.
MESON STEIVAIrrii CA.'; '
Haring removed their • )9.,,
• is•e
NO: 157 - Mill ;
111/HAS/Gits Mar XUBlffeatmob
arteTt ur ill Ma c alrEClO.
GaAs
b ri tt imestesiroglojk or to
ths mail Ins tai So
..11/114411
EDWIN r-, BOILERS, &o.
Ml 6 N. BOLE & CO
Cor. Point Alley and Dnquesn,St.,
(NZA3 Tas Ponrra
Erine Buitderg, Fpuea : Ime s
-•
Mannfacta.re STRAMBCtATMIGINES and STA-
TIONARY ENOLITES, of all sixes.
A Il t piatitte attention Milt; o tir e =F A T&
BOILEB,on E S-borserpower.
CASTINGSka i t made to order &tour
3. B cnind lio l)n, oll.ll7ek fSHAII T IrirrUL Mai Dt t
aßßlClll3,llouelf, TOBACGO auItRWIS sea
IRON TOBACCO ruirasza,on hand sad made to
order. at the _ -
INDUSTRIAL WORKS,
Fronting oaths alleghew Elver, near the Point,
l'iTTl 5 lll / 1 1
sir All . Orders yromDtly tilled. Tsai us.
U(011T PITT
SOIL II SILL AND TANk
WORKS.
ROLL & SNYDER,
Mi
mistrrAcvausas OP
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-IVIED TUBULAR,
lIRE-BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM BOIL
EBS
OIL STILLS AND OIL T
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS. SALT PANE AND CON
DENSERS;
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
BRIDGES*
PRISON 1000103 AND COAL BRUTES
Office and Warehouse. corner second.
Third. Short and Liberty Streets.
PITTSBURGH,' Pa.
lar Orders sent to the above address will be
PrOmetly attended to. mb7:1139
WN. BARNHILL !.
BOILER MAKERS . '
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nos.," IL **ram 16 PEINE ST.
Baying secured a. large yard and furnished it
witn the meet approvemachinery we are pre
pared to manufacture eery description of BOIL
ERS in the best manner, and warranted equal to
any made in the country.Chimney.Breisching,
Flrt Beds,-Steam Pipe., .LwwmodYo Boilers,
Colidensers, Salt Pans. Tanks," 011 Stills, Agita
tors, Settling Pau. Boiler Iron, Bridges, sugar
Pans, and solvdianatsatuzerkokßarnMl'Crak
ant Boilers.
Bepairing done on snortest notice. lals:cla
JABID Y. E1t11811.....,.....J1D1CUND D. lUD=
TUMID M. BRUSH & SON,
wrirrAcrtrazas OP
Steam lloileis; 011 Stills, Tanks.
SECRET IRON WORK, &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES. CASTINGS, &o.
BRADLEY dic CO.,
NO. 80 WOOD STREET,
Manufacturers of the greatest variety of
Cook, Parlor and Heating Staves,
TO BE FOUND.
In our assortment will be found all the LATEST
PATTNENS AND IMPROVaiIENTC, and the
reputation of our Stoves is such that any one in
want of a good article should Purehue none. but
those manufactured by us, as they wall be found
the most durable as well as ecanotnWl. 'Would
call particular attention to on! new' VoLCAN4
STOVE. for churches, halls anastores. Over 500
sold in three montes. Intended for with or with
out casing. A ll who have need them pronounce
them superior to any other and far cheaper.
Bend for Catalogue and Price List. 1e32
IMF, HMS & CO.,
ILLPTIPACTURZAIS or Wi73l ! VAELIPZT or
llS l TCY‘nniSisi '-
BOSTON COOKING RANGE,
"THE FIERY FURNACE,"
YOU WANT CIPO BVXLDIXOB. ,
THE NEW ANTI-DUST COORINS STOVE.
"RESDIATOR.' , COLIJMBIA. COOK STOVE 4
VAN'S (Cincinnati Pattern)) PORTABLE
RANGE CAST IRON MANTLES. WELLMAN'S
REPLECTOBIRA* O I tree tromußstand.dast;-
ORATE 730=S. .1“03; Ac.
SOB and '.208. Liberty Street,",
ae3s:yl7 PTITSBIJBEIH. PA.
COOK STOVES:
CET TIfE, BEST.
- BINIMLII. it COM
TRIUMPH, ,
rOR BlTaliliZiOUl3 COAL.
•Wamuited to Cook, Bake or Boat u
rW al any other Stine je the Union,
BISSELL & 00.,
No. 285 Liberty Street.
£llO on hand and !Cr ankh
PAILLOB STOlria,
fiXATING
GRATZ
£O . V INTVENIBS
COOKING Nab& .
LUMBER.
r r nviumutst --,
800.000 feet Wynne Boards.
1:/0.000 feet 1% inch Clear Plank;
, *lB,OOO feetelk; inch Common Plank; ,
':: 118,000 feet I and a lnch Oak: -• "" •
23,000 it SL . Ifs , 8 and 3 Inch Poplar:
310,000 feet t — Ory Poplar Scantling;
0, put, feet Dry Yellow Pine Boards; „
B.ooo,feet Hendockl3euntllng., '
.: SOLOOttfeet.No. 1 18 inch liaglni* Skin.
11100, ' . 4 li e lle•tieh intilitlego PIKWetiL
80, t i.l .. tydnet: lea, uneven;
!,,DOlOO f il ls; Brick;
, Il e 00 one
I'lle: , • ~. 4' •_ - ,
011 one Fire Clay, _ ,
Also,. Saw . II Lumber, -Leone% an* Coess
Posts. and allmrnoles In the line on ban* and for
tale by
_MbESANDER PATTEMOON. Yards—.
No. LW' ltebecsm street and corner of Preble and
Junlatantreets, ninth ward; Allegheny, late bor.'
ongb ocklanebeeter. , . ~._,, , 14 IMO 1,
GLAIOO. - OBINA,
100 WOOD . STURM i;
' NEW GOODS.
'fl E `
Boirsauss spin cuI2FA.
r
21W0124 3, _
'6 oA
iiidosuufsErs,
tr-V4WAY"Agt / 61. J
SILVER PLATED 1310003
SiAllSlZlPUcgight7W-
1 0444 er-rt
)4 .
Me woo. , MOM:
:PITTSBURGH , Ct4El E: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, ,1869.
FOIMIE=k NUOIZINISTS.
MP FORT PITT
FOUNDRY COYPANY.
OFFICE AND WORKS,
TWELFTH STREET,
PITTSII3MIGEE, PA.
tarEngtnes, Rolling Miii Ma
chinery, Nail Machines, Re
torts, and Casting; generally.
NATIONAL FOUNDRY
AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner Carroll and Ilmananan atrasts,
MIRTH WARD.)
vrx-rsßuitula,
WILLIAM SMITH,
Manufacturer of
OAST IRON BOWL PIPE
FOR OAS AND WATER. WORKS.
My Pines are all cut Invariablyin Pits, in dry
gaud, and ILS feet lengths. Also, full assortment
of general
Castings for Bas and Water Worke.
I would also call the 4 te, Ulan of Superintend
ents of Gas Works to t.f make of EXTORTS.
DUQUESZIE FORGE .
WILLIAIT MEM,
(Silcoessor to JOS. P. HAIGH & C 0.,)
His facilities coextensive with the leading
Forges in the East,. and is prepared to promptly
and satisfactorily All all orders for STRA.MBOAT
SHAFTS, CRANKS, PISTON ROD 4 LSVERS,
PITMAN JAMS. WRISTS, RAILROAD AXLES,
LOOOMOTP7R FRAME S
_, to ether with every
de.tinriptiOn of SHAPE WORK. Offtce end Forge,
Utter of Duquette Way ani First Street;
apl4:h4o
ROBINSON, REA de coy
511v:tam= to ROBINSON. XIXIB a /MI aB.
WASHINGTON WORKS,
FOUNDERS AND NACHINISTS,PITISBURGH,
•
Manufacturers of Bost and Stationary Mezzo Za
irians Blast Engines, Mill Machinery, Gearing,
Blinsfth, Castings of all descriptions: 011 Tanks
and 8 s, Boller and Sheet Iron Work.
°Mee, No: -LIS, corner first and MUM:Laid
Btreeta.
MrAgent seedin for g
GITYABLVIS PATENT INJZ CTOB
n Boller&
MAOISM CA ILLIN & CO.,
Fourth Ward Foundry and Nadine Work',
ELLISDIISKY BT.. ALLIGGHIUTY CITY,
Marinfactlizers of Stationary and Portable Steam
Segue., uit eressu, valleys, Shafting, Grist
and Saw Mill Work. Bolling Mill and Machine
Cutings, Grate Bars Weights, Wagon Boxes,
tr. Build to order and have on hand 7.ngines of
all sizes.. mviCoS
DIAMOND OIL WORKS,
H. M. LONG & CO.,
Once, DLLZELL . BUILDING,
feLl Duquesne Way, Pittsburah. Pa.
' WAKING AND KING,
cargainurn madiatasaa,Brokers
Petroleum and Its Products,
OALZELLIS BLOCK, DUQUESNE WAY,
PHTIADKLIIIIA. &DBMS%
Boons 17, Chamber of Commerce,
me !SOUTH esoo3rn marr.
ID',
TAaak BROTHERS,
•
COMMON NERCHANTS,
. .
AND DEAL/IBS IN
petrohnun --and Its: ProdnetB,
mono osee-AOALSIIAVIS BUILDING.
Omar aTDaquesue way =a streets.
YhlL&delyhieOmee—lS7 WALNUT T.
syuwao
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM` REFINERY,
HERBERT W. C. TWEDDLE D
3L113111/AOTITBKI3 Or
Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils.
Plititraid We OIL,
Stands great heat without change; remains
limpid at lowest temperatures. Special 011 for
tropical climates or hot weather.
IpeeMOtiVe.,
Will cut Screws.. ...-
law Bill and Planing 011 s,
Adapted for high speed.
Spjud ais le 011, Wool
litair•lifoadßensele•Lfgat.oll,
Ing~Yl.irbin 011 0114 Tsers 9 ,.,
Ostoilide, •
Barnes. OIL Parralline.
ARMOR VARNISMOO preterite Bright Iron
Work and Machinery from ittuit.
These products are manufactured under , 13r.
Twaddle -, a_patent by Superheated Statist' in Vao•
QUO. Ihe Lubricating OM are almost Aetiliries&
Perfectly p pre, uniform, inid Most! light Col
ored. sten d high tenmeratare n and
remain limpid during extreme 09/ 4 1. The
014 are 'unequalled; and are in constant nse on
many of th e prittel,pal Railroad& , Illamples can
be examined and orders left at 174 WOOD
STREST. Works at Bharpsburg
NOVELTY ,WORES.
prrTsitunstur`
NOVELTY WORKS. ,
• • lOonsided A. D. vas.
NRANUI. arEEL is; 00.
WANLIPAVIVRIRS OP
IarTSTONZ STANDARD, gAiaie mg is PAT.
ENT) .FLATPORM ARD p01.145T,"""
SAL
CL
lane lased Yateat Door Loots and Paint and Lmtes.
YIII 30.
aORIBB OP. AVVIMB firGlAirf 8
k 4 / 4 1136: .
AITLELRY
I '3l
131
WEST CONNION
(.41
mibrake mime trek*
Noslikwart cams *Mast Clolioalie
•ad we
Its lilted.
IMUISTPIL ATVALTAR, s liCh
ce kiwi or MU* on Mots Wil i f twr ftale
Vkltf t _ 4 iltsferanar _pr_
la Tto Masa,
Winn laisalUe assolasSe
OILS.
FINANOUL:
IitERICAN BANK,
NO. 80 FOURTH AVENUE,
PITTSBIIRGEL
CASH CAPITAL ' e 200.000
Stockholders Individually Liable.
DANIS OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.
JOHN FLOYD WM. FLOYD,
President.
John M. latrtland,
Archibald Wallace,
Jas. D. Kelly,
174.. W a m zei . si Floyd.
prepared
Thos. M. Marshall,
Wm.. T. Shannon,
James W. Arrott,
()has. B. Leech,
John Floyd,:•
This Bank is now fully
• do a general Banking
jelOkea
CITY BANK.
•
112 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
CAPITAL. 9100,000.
BTOCHHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
Bought and sold, and when desired remitted to
Europe. Collections made on all the principal
points of the United States and Canals.
DOMINICK IlmteNN, President.
JAMES MCCABE, Vice President.
• W. N. Mososm. Cashier.
DISZCTOne.
D. Dimsen, James McCabe,
Thomas Rourke, Hugh Keating.
J. Dunlevy, Jr., Terence Campbell,
Patrick Kane, James Phelan,
Chas. B. Barr, H. A.Fre_yTegle,
.7no.Jos.lierm ann. Thomism Barnes,
yela 5 JOS. M. GAZZAH, Solicitor.
posool
SAFE DEPOSIT CODIPAITir
f Pittsburgh.-
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylva
nia, January 24; MT. For the safe-keeping
of Bonds and other Securities, Gola and Sliver,
Silver Plate. B( I toks, Records. Diamonds and
Valuables of all descriptions, under guarantee,
and for the renting of Safes In its burglar-proof
vaults. Buildingund Office:
Jro. 83 FOURTH .11rE.TUE,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
PuxsiDENT—WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
'Mx Pass3mr.:4T—HENEY LLOYD.
OD=
WM. PHILLIPS, , JAMES I. BENNETT,
131. NRY LLOYD, n BYRON H. PAINTER,
WILLIAM REA, ,JOS. S. AIoRRISIH4.
W11.1•$ AM M. LYON,[Or.OKHE BLM,K,
CURTIS 6„ HUSSEY.
SECRETARY AND TREASURER
N
MEM
1V HOLMES & SONS,
.a..‘ •
57 Market Street,
p:.)44 , evi
Collections made on all the principal points of
the United /Rates and Canada..
Stocks,Bonds and other Securities
NOUGHT AND BOLD ON OOMXIBBION.
Particular attention paid to the patehase sad
sale of
United States Securities.
pacin
lEART,CAUGHEI &
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and 'food Streate,
- Pri-rersulion. 1 1 .416.
011701123/30E8 TO HANNA, BAT • C 0..)
DZALMIS
ti
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And partlenlaz
sae t oo to the purchase
COVERNIVIENT BONDS.
eight, DVITTAII on London.
laylatts •
PACIFIC RAILWAY GOLD LOANi
Ileagn. DABNEY, EORGAN k CO.,
,Ixettange Plitec, and LA. JEBIIP CO.,
II Pine street, A, 1., offer Jot salikthe
Bonds of the Kansas Pacific Railiay.
These Bonds pay seven per cent, in Gold;
have thirty years to run; are Free from
Government Taxation; are Reared by a
Land Grant of Three Million lens of the
Finest Lands in Kansas and Colorado.
In addition to this special grant the Com•
pang also own Three 111111ont of Acres
in Kansas, which an being rapidly sold to
develop the'eountry and improve the road.
Thry are a first mortgage upon the extension
of the road from Sheridan, Kansas, to
DenTer, Colorado,' The:Toad in operation,
417,m110 long, Avon whichlt4a also a wt.
gage, NOW BONS MORE THAN ENOUGH
NET INCOME 'TO PAY THE INTEREST
ON TUE HEW LOAN. There Is no better
security in the market—this being
•
some respects better 'thin Government Be.
,d t i i n;
PIItRIP ABB ll
ItTEBEBT
. • HA , r'.
PAYABLE It i t i ffpodriftWastst 'cern
4IIMPIEIKAP3IMIIGNatt6
and Circulars lunged on application.
•
FINANCIAL.
arCoMai.),
SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought at Highest Prices.
PH. B. MERTZ, Banker
Cer. Wood and Fifth Streets.
in y 6
Cashier.
T 1 BRADY 86 CO.,
(doccesioro' o 8. JONES & C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sta.,
Et AL PC MIL 3M Pt 161,
BUY AND BELL ALL KINDS or
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES,
SOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVORABLE TEEMS.
Er Interest Allowed on Deposits.
ea-Money loaned on Government Bonds as
lowest market rates.
Orders executed for the Purchase
and Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and
GOLD,
JAMBS T. BRADY & CO.
tyljt littslnttgij Gait*.
FINANCE AND TRADE,
[By.Telegrap4 to tie Pittsburgh Gazette.)
NEW YORK, September 17, 1869.
The "bear" campaign on the stock ex
change made further havoc with values
today, and was the,great feature of Wall
street. The speculative securities were
pressed for sale with much confidence by
the “bears" during the morning, and
later in the day the "bulls" became
frightened, when stocks were thrown
overboard almost without regard to
prices. The feeling during the fillet noon
was gloomy, and for a time the market
was bordering on a panic. The shrink
age in values has been enormous, and
many stocks touched the lowest point
for years past. A report is freely circu
lated that ,thei Secretary of the Treasiky
will yield to the pressure for a change
in his policy. Dispatches from Wash
ington say the specie statement made by
the New York City banks on the Bth
instant shows the gold coin to be about
$2,350,000, gold certificates $10,250,000,
and gold bars $40,000; a total, including
checks and coupons, of $13,250,000.
Many rumors are current in re
gard to purposes of leading spec
ulators who have been prominent in
effecting the decline. One of these is
that a meeting was held to-day to organ
ize for an upward - , turn, and that .they
have this afternoon been buying. On the
other hand it is vaguely rumored that
important failures will occur.
Money market more active and rates
plump 7 per cent. on call. There is a
large demand for small currency from
the interior but it is nest to impossible
to supply It even at a premium on bills
of one, two, five and ten dollars.
Discounts are very dial and the beat
paper only passes-at very high rates;
Sterling ,nominal at 7%08 per cent.
Gold opened at 136%, touched 136%, and
closed at 13635. Carrying rates, 1-32 per
cent. per day. 'The clearances were $15,-
000,900.
Governments dull and weak. Coupons
1881. 121%,012135: do. X 62, 121%0121%;
do. '64, 12040120%i do. '65, 120%0120%;
do. new, 119%01.19%; ,d0..'67, 119340
119%; do. - '6B, 119340119%; 1121409, -- 109%
@110; Pacifies, 108%0109 t
The Sub-Treasurer sold half a million :
in told at 136'38-1000133 47.100; .; ,
bate bonds 'dull: new Tentienees high
er at 54%; North Carolina weak; Missou
ris 88; old Tennessees 61; old Virginias
54; new do 58; old North Carolinas 53;
new do 47. _
Stocks closed weak and feverish.
Canton, 56; Cumberland, $1; Western
Union Telegraph, 86%; Quicksilver, 13%;
Mariposa, 9; do. preferred, 15%; Pacific
Mail, 6534; Adams Express, 56; ;Wells,
18; American, 87; United States, - 51;
Merchants Union, 1034; New York Cen
tral, 197 ; Harlem, 149 ; Hudson
River, 179; Reading, 9534; Erie,
88%; do. preferred, 68; Michigan Cen
tral, 127; Michigan Southern,9s%;
Illinois Central. 137; Pittsburgh , 105%;
Northwestern,74%; do. - preferred, 85;
Cleveland, Clumbus and Cincinnati,
77 ; Rock Island, 109; St. Paul, 713 x;
do. preferred, 81%; Wabash, 77; do.
preferred, 80; Fort Wayne, 87%; Terre
Haute, 81; do. preferred, 57; Chicago and
Alton, 149%; Dubuque, 109; St. Joseph
preferred, 117.
Mining Shares dull.
Copper Stocks at Boston: Copper Falls
834; Franklin, .13; Hada, -70; Hancock,
1%; Minnesota, 1%; Quincy. 24.
Sufi-Treasury ba1anF5,184980,043.
—Closing quotations received by James
T. Brady & Co. Gold: 136%; United
States Sixes, 1881, 121%; Five-Twenties;
1862,1213 x; do. 1884, 120%; do. 1865, 121;
Ten-Forties 109%; Five-Twentie% Janu
ary and July, 1865, 119//,: do.' do. 1867,
119%; do. do. 4868. -1.19%; Due Com
pounds, 119; Union Pacific Railroad,
86; Central do, do, 99; Cy. Pacific,
100%; Lake Superiors, 96.
Ezi
H, Ps.
PETROLEUM MARKET.
OFFICE OP PrrrsturatukGkitarrx,
FRIDAY, Sept. 17, 1869.
There appeared to-he more excitement
to-day in regard to exports 'of , oil ;east
ward than anything else, and .but litlie
else, for the tigiqb,eing, was thought of or
talked about: 'lt is claimed by some
parties that the shipments repprted in
this paper.tifiesteldity were not eorrect,
that they were entiroly, too large, and it
.
was insinuated in some- quarters, that
the, rpporter _had intentionally, made
tha OMPErtents. lath! u larger ,than
,they were hi reality. That there was
one error, and only one, we concede; the
shipment!) sratiffor two. daytr instead of
one, and it should have been so stated,
,It occasionally. occurs, that the agent at
the SI ta btoii• of the Vtillay Road, whose
duty it is to forward to the office of that
CloßPßasiiiaare a aialaa4catpdailyorlall ,
tie refirVitil khiPte4Al , 944% OUtol,310;
linable or n send s aid report
.d the fc:4:74 , Mbp miltpstetr ban
two (Ur, klicadtMetirfe
been footed up and published as one re
port, and the casual observer would be
led from this to believe that it was one
instead of two days shipments. This we
acknowledge i wrong, and. kereafter
when two days shipments are re
ceived at one time we shall so state.
But, we .undestand that some parties
take exception I to-the report, even ad
miting two days shipments. Instead of
one, and allege that the actual ship.
mends were not as large as reported.
To post ourselves in regard to the mat
ter, we took the trouble to-day to go
over the same ground again, and the
footings were the same—no more and 'no
less. We copied from manifests dated
September 14th and 15th, and if these
gentlemen who are so much interested
in the matter will take the trouble to
examin, these manifests they will find,
that we are right; these two manifest
call for as much oil as was report-1
ed in the GAZRETTE of yesterday.
It was also complained that the names of
the shippers were not given. This is
very easily explained. 'fie manifests
did not contain the names of the ship
pore,
nor was there any one about the
depot who could furnish the names,
and, .as a matter of course, we were
obliged to omit them. The press has no
interest in these shipments farther than
to report them correctly; errors may
have - occurred, we do not claim to be
infalible, but we are very sure that they
were not intentional, and further than
that, we are always willing and ready to
make oorrections, when convinced we
are wrong. The GAZETTE is not in the
interest of any clique or faction; it makes
no difference to us whether the ship
ments are 1,000 or 10,000 bbls tier day, or
whetherrefined is up or down. ,
CRUDE
Market a shade lower with little or
nothing done. Sale of 1,000 bbls spot at
14%; 1,000 seller October at 143.1; and 3
cars on board. cars at Parker's Landing
at 55,50. Yesterday spot oil sold at 15
and was held firmly at that figure, show
ing a decline of a quarter of a cent.
MC=
Not a single sale reported; market dull
and prices are nominally lower. Septem
ber, last half, quoted at 32%; October at
3234@32,( 4 ; and lines from September or
Octobor to December ,32%@32%. From
the above, It will be seen that refined
also is off slightly, and as already re
marked very dull.
LUBRICATING OILS. ,
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil 40c
Eclipse Railroad Axle 350
Eclipse Machinery 75e
Eclipse Spindle'
OIL 833:11"/ED MIST BT A. V. B. R.
Livingston . & Bro., 600 cases refined I
to Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia. I
Montzheimer.Koehler. & C 0.50 bblsref.
to Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.
Liberty Oil Works 250 bbls refined to
Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.'
J. C. Kirkpatrick & Co., 150 bbls to
Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.
Forsyth' & Bro.. 99 bbls refined &
Warden. Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Citizens Oil Co. 469 bbls refined to
Tack & Bro., Philadelphia...
Total .. . ... .......cl,OlB bbls;.6oo cases.
OIL SHIPMENTS PER WEST PE.NNA. R R.
Mentzer. }ampler & Co., as bbls ref. to
Waring, Ring & Co., Philadelphia.
Ralston &Waring 261 bbls ref. oil to
Waring, Ring &Co., Philadelphia.
Total shipments Refined 820
OIL SHIPPED EAST AT DUQUESNE DEPOT.
Johnston & Payne 50 bbls- refined to
E. G. Kelley. & Co., Redhook N. Y.
PITTSBURGH MARKETS.
OFFICE OP Prrrssursort GArawrz,
FRIDAY, Sept. 17, 1869.
The market in a general: way presents
but little that is new or important.
There is a moderate local demand for!
most of the leading articles, and a fair
volume of business in the aggregate,
While in regard to prices, there are no
important changes. The receipts of p;o
-duce generally are increasing and sup
plies of almost everything are fully up
to the demand.
APPLE.IfiuII and In •
good .supnly
but unchanged, ranging from $1,50®3,00
per bbl.
BUTTER—Is dull with increased re
ceipts' and supply somewhat in excess
of the demand; we now quote prime to
choice at 130®32.
, CH.CNBERRIES—SaIes new crop east
ern Cultivated at sl2©ll per bbl.
CEMENT—Johnstown Hydraulic Edl
ment is quoted at $2,25 per bOL
CHEESE—Is quiet and unchanged,
ranging from 14 to 17 cents, as to
quality.
_ _
CARBON OlL—Demand more active
and market firmer; sales round lots at
29 cents and knell lots at 30®31.
EGGS—lrregular being quoted from
23®25.
frIfATIZIERS—DuII; quoted at 130®85
cents to the trade, and the usual advance
for small. iota In store.
F.l4otift—la dull and in. good supply,:
laligtAinchiulicede WO continue to quote;
weislern winter wheat flours, $6,50(d6,75.
for good, and 17@7,25 for choice. Little
or no demand for spring wheat flours,
and the supply in this market is aim*
exhausted.
GRAlN—Wheat is quiet and unchang
ed—but little offering and but little
wanted. Prime red, 11,30, and prime
white at 11,35®1,37. Oats in good de
mand and higher, we can report sales on
track at 50c. and In store at 53®54c. Rye
is in good demand at. $l,lO and but few
sellers at that price. Corn is quiet and
unchanged; sales at 95 to $l,OO. Barley
is quiet—offerings very light 11,2.5 is
still considered the standard price
though choice fall would probably com
mand 11,30. • .
, HAYPirmer. ' Sales at Allegheny
Diamond market of 70 loads' at /15 to.
123 per ton.
HEMP—Very dull; 1205 per ton. -.
HUSKS—SaIes at 2M(03 eta per pound.
LARD oth—r. Sellers ~d, Co. quote
Extra No. 1, at $1,43®1,45, anti No. Noat
2,
11,05(41,08
PROVISIONS-Market firm, but un
changed; Bacon, Shoulders, 153i®16;
Ribbed _Sides, 18%®19; Clear do, 19347
®2O; plain Sugar Cured Hama; 22®22X:
Cavaased do, 2334 ®24; Sugar Cured
Shoulders, 17®17y,; Mesa Pork, 134;
Lard, 20% in tircea, 21®213; In kgs and
palliu Dried Beef, 22.
PEA.NUTSSaIes at 15 cents.
PEACHEa—DuII: and :unchanged—
ranging from $1 to 12 per box,
PLUMS—Scarce and higher, with
mies at 14 to 14;50 per bushel.
POTATOES Sales of Baltimore
sweets at 15 to $5,25 and Jerseys at 5,75
to 16,00.
SEEDS—SmaII sales of Timothy Seed
at $4,00(44,25. The mills are offering
E 2,25 for Flaxseed—none in market. No
demand for clover.
SALT—Is firmer, with sales' Of oar
load lots at .1,85 per bbl.
Dry , Goode.'
NEW YORE, , 134teinber
ecnltilinevieoderateir active for' most
claesee"of' goods 'and 'prima generally
firm. - Dress Goode are - quite
: active ? t ,-
Flig na 4 r ie: l l l rutTrnt =ll4, the
nese 'is coniparative inem , -tiket_c 1
heavy trade being now we llirgit pvis. 7 r
liTi T-r 444180,11) care, .
dallfYiltaWKlMYlt4 air to good cower l `-
114,75®8,25 for light steers, and $64@6.25',
ibr &Jr to medium. Hoge are steady but
quiet, at 118,1171(®8,90 for common. s9®
ibr fair to medium, and macolo ftrr
good to &goo.