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STEEL WORKS. .
ANDERSON -& WOODS,
I[I.Z.CUFACTUF.E.I7 S OF
131EIST.: REFINED CAST STVOL
•Of every- ilesttiptien. Alo, best
Refined Gerrdin Flow and Spring Steel,
.COBNER BOSS-AND FIRST AVENDE;Pltts
WM. METCALF. RETTI6N MILLER,
GEO. W. BARR, PAHNIY.
SPECIAL PARTNER — S. M• BIER,
1111LLER, BARR & PARKM,
OFFICE, No. g 39 Liberty Street,
COLFOW, MUM & CO.,
IRON, NAILS, STEEL,
AXLES AND SPRINCS,
DUQUESNE, L X AND JUNIATA.
FLAT BAR, BOUND AND SOU k E IROZZ.
33AND, HOOP, SREET AND IRON.
BOMBE PL A.T.r..S AND Il AI , S,
GUARD litoN,_DßAtinnd InsorrEit BARK,
FLANGE', CUTTER BAll.n, CI LINDEE.
FLAT RAIL, for Coal ROad3.
QROWP, ARS,IVXDO S: LARRoW TEETH.
aIIIIMPLOW AND CULTIVATOR STEEL,
WIFEEL WINOS AND MOULDS cut to pattern.
STEEL ; TIRES, STEEL SHAFTINW'A. B.
COACH, BUGGY and WAGON SPRINGS and
OUT - NAILS - AND SPINES.
Al Goods First Class and Wai-Tanted.
OFFICES AND WORKS.
7 Wate r
a S n r d A t l , l P g it hen uyrahlv.er,
FIELD STEEL WORKS.
Wirers or every description of
ANT) GERTIT A)i STEEL,
AND PLATFORM SPRIII(14,
AXLES, TEL Err, TIRE, &C . ., 1.4
•Se, 133 Water and 1(W rirst Sty
PARK, BROTHER a CO.,
, reafactarers of all description:: OZ
`.7t.-re. , ,,tu , e, TITIRTIr'Tti, THIRTY
Liberty St. Sz; 311 Avenue,
lnd iron Pipe. Fitters.
S PUMPS f " A cc:3
BENBX BIER, LiatT.s.NU, 114.tC11.
I RY BIER & CO.,
OIIN COOPER & CO.,
I and Brass Founders.
• 1E PROMPTLY TO ORDER•
le and Grey Iron Fittlks,
S PIPE AND TUBING,
LE, SHOT AND EIIECE, VALVES,
-LL GLOBE PATTERN.
Work of every description for
Steam, Water and Oil.
trFACT-lIHERS F M. COO PE ws
d Balance-Wheel Steam Pump.
• , tor Drey fus' Patent Oil
he best in the Market.
as Works, corner 'lnateentn and Plke
001. e a
IRON* WO Alt S.
The Trustees are now prepared to g ra nt
Ifen 10; . the use of :the • SIALEItSII.AIIitti PEA)-
! The enperier quality imparted to good iron,
the great improvement In' inferior iron, and the
sedated ebst,cotercend it to alt m enutteturers of
parties Withina to we it can obtain licensee by
7tpplSing to -
JAMES P. SPEER
Attorney . for the Trustees,
BOOMB .1 , and al, English's Building, 9636
Putter interested are - invited •to visit the
0113OVNBEIMER.'WORX.S. where the - rocees le
now succeseftti operation. leg:ds7
iiNELSON; PRESTON es:CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
yr...rehoue. 'sad /CST Min'
MEET, 02p09 Monongssels Holum,
sp24:ds _ PIT TSB URGIZ
Founded A. D. 103 .
ENTVELATFORM AND COUNTS/I
t Door Locks and Latches. 2Mt laced I'Men
ut d Coffee MIL at.
T. AVEirus WORANT 1318
008Y88 •"IlisTk arg b i ;Mugs.,
NGINES, BOILERS, &o,
nous DI I VOLT &CO,
Car. Point Alley and Duquesne St.,
12,:ngine .67ei7ders, Fowl(!evil and
any STEAMPOAT ENOINES and STA-
IiNAIII INES of all Ozer.
Special attention Invited to err new STATION
ARY OIL WELL ENULNE AND POI:TABLE*
ILERt_of 15-horeopowert •
CASTINGS. of evert kind, made to order at our
For.ndu t on THIRD bTRELT, below Market.
RIGS for 0111A - dlr., SHAFIING, PTILLF.I"2.
lIANGERS,HOUSM ar. TOBACCEO SCREWS and
IRON TOSAC.COiI.t.t.Sdr.S, on hr.nd mid made to
order, at the.
Fronttnx on he Alle, - ther.y alanr, near the Point,
ra- All orders promptl7 TnY rs
- I cORT PITT
EETI2I . 2Mr, E'151 7, .119]
cArmoLt. Ce. \SNYDER,
11:;1.11;I:J., v., TP.2Ii.IIT.II'-.-Ft.tl".D 51.:11.A71.-.
AND Cr: LI::::>1.2e.
WT. 617 TA.7fl;'. , .
CIiTAFNE , O,
112. , i
ry.enz, IF .ON
elact Wart"sht , r..r.e,
`l - tjzzl, 1.4.110 Al
retxp•Crdere Bent to the above ati.e.re:3i.7.ll!
promptly altenaerd to. mh.:L":;
11'22.115E1Z , L
t4.17C SI-11 , :7_,T IRON vionmr...rii_;
NO5. ZO. !BD, IE4 AND MD rENN
raving r ccure.d a I:+.r, - 6 yard and furnisitoti It
vitt n the mos' _anwoved machlr.ery, vre are pze
y,seed to menutraMt,re every det,criptlon of BOlL
stliS in the best manner, and warranted equal to
any made In the country. Chimneys, Bresehlog,
Fire Beds, Steam Pitien, LtYtoinottve Boilers,
Condensere, Salt I"..ns, Tenke, Oil Stills, Agita
Settling Bane, Boiler Iron. Bridges, Sega:
Pans, and sole tannstacturets et Bevel's rt.t
Bey,etlring done on snort ent no tiee, tal.teed
JAMSH. SAE SR.. • ..... . D. ED.VEZ
JAME]) 111. &. SON,
• ILLITIYFACTCRILIIS OP
Steam Boilers, Gil Stills, Tants.
61 Penn Street, Pittsizrgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS., ft.e.
NO. 80 - WOOD STRUT,
ItanutaCturers of the greatest Variety of
Cook, Parlor and Heating Stoves"
TO BE 701311 - 11.
'ln oar assortment fount] all the LATENT
FATT oRNS AND IMPROVe atF,NT,, and tie
reputation of our Stoves , s such that sac one to
want of a good article should* purchase none but,
those manufactured l y us, as they will be found
the most durable as nea as economical. Would
call nartieu , ar attention to our new VoLc AN,,
STOVE. for eiviruhe,,, balls anusibres. Over rma
111Z,tadc,1 It 21 4.: 'A:1111-
CM: easi . au. nll VV:•.-P h 3 VC 11E01 tl.cua a:ono:11.1;e
:11,11 superior to Wl7 other am] far escaper.
Send fur Cate.lo..;a:t e Llst. ,
PITEN tirdak 9f,
Ili VI ti
,2 , 4 s •, ‘)
NIANUFACTLMEOS OF ZVI= ITMEOLTY Cr
ra gi r) CYVIMiS I 7
t:305 ' 1 ' 02 1-7 COOKING LANGE,
TEM IsIF,W .I.NTI-DOST COOKING 8T07.7.,
••IiEOUL.ATOR." COLUMBIA COOK !.11:tivE,
iTAN'S tCincinuatl Pattern) roirrn BLE
RANGE C A.ST IRON MANTLES. WELLMAN'S
REFLECTOR, GRATEth, free from flirt:l74 Slat:
GVATS. FRfJNT l YENDEIN.B; &C.
206 and 20S Liberty Street,
rt 00.5. STOVES. -
CET TJ4E BEST.
TE - 27.1
FOIL BITU 7 iTTNOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook ) D'atte or Roast as
re,ll many other Store In the Unions
BISSELL Igor CO2 I
No. Q 35 -Liberty Street.
ti 120 on Psi." ...nd for sale.
1 , E.02/113, IrraiDEEZ,
rot VKING R.A.v4:-Ft...
500.000 feet Dry Pine Boards.
150.000 feet 131 Inch Clear Plant;
136,001/ feet 1.4 inch Common Pin
25,000 feet 'Dry 1 and 2 Inch Oak:
25,000 ft. S, 1, 1X,2 and 3 inch oplar•
• . 10.000 feet Dry Poplar Scantling;
10,000 feet Dry Yellow Pine Boar s•
100000 feet Scantling.
soa. , uou feet No. I Hemlock
18 Inch br
200,000 ho. JIG-Inch Shingles
. 60,000 No. 116-inch Shingle'
50,000 Fire Brick;
1,000 Fire Tile.
VW Tons Fire Clay;
Also, Saw Mill Lumber, Locust
Ponta, and all arttclan in the line on ,
sale by A LF,XANDPIIt PATTER§ I
No. 151 Rebecca strret and Corner
Juniata ' , treats, Sixth ward,J,llegh ,
"nigh et Mancheater.
IPI'TTS_BURGB GAZETTE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1839.
F,...7" 1 1:1
ICANCTACIT - . 9.3.116 O.T
PITTSZURC. - lii, Pa,
SZEBT IRON 'wows, &o.
ITIE viEll.l: F1T115210E,"
FOA W AIiIL-'+6 BLlLi::iv3.
BOHEMIAN AND en .
NEW vut tIFTB
---- TEA SENO,
I „A. large stodk of
SILVERS PLATED %xi
fall and examine one geode, an
feel 'minded no ono need fall to be
2.. E. BREED &
W. J ANDERSON, H; A. FRETTOULE.
W. J. ANDERSON &C 0.2
sfanaf , ctnrers of IRON HOUSE FRONTS,
WINDOW LINTELS and SILLS., and
Castings of all DescriptlonS.
AFFir Splcial a ttc nth - n paid to ARCHITECTU
RAL CA•sTINGS and to Castings for Window
OFFICE ForxDr.y—No. 150 WATER
STREET. Pittsburgh Pa
H? VOR'' PITT
OFFICE AND WORM-,
cliiiievy, Natilinig, ile
torta, and Cr..stinga generally.
A.T2 1.) L SIPA a
AND NPE W0R.i.,(0.
C;lrso7-'4:nr_d Scsatlrere.ri .77•!.7.11.tit
rit . r...T11G7,3:, 3P. A.
Dlanufacttri , az
?OE AND wATEa wo1; 2,
FIDCP are tll cr.rt.irr - tzltbiYl' , riL5, In dry
ar..ne.... and 15,1 It Li,:tl - .4. A:Lc, =LI: i.E.:; , r-Luir.t:A
eating's for tie.s and Water liVork.S.
• I would. &Is.) efai ntica or Boperlotend
etals of Wort :3 to t_ltntke. of ItlZTolliti.
( S u ccessor to JOS. P. 11116 , 11 & C 0.,)
Has facilities coextensive 'with the leading
Forges In the East, and is prepare ,1 to promptly
and sAttsfactorilv till all c rd,rs for ST EAMBOAt
PITMAN JAMS WRIST:3, RAILROAD AXLES,
LOCOMOTIVE PRAMES, toeether with every
del.erlptlon of SHAPE WORE . .. Unice and Fore,
Corner of Duquesne, Way and First Street,
1:)011.1NSDN, REA tz CO.,
tmectcsora to 011:7,Sen, - Huns V..11.1..i1t1,
'...:417 1 : .C171.2T07.. , 7 IV 0r:.li:
!I anafrr tarcr3 l if PQat anl 133:.trr . 7:trta r:1-
E l ''' i
i l '.ji , -! 1 " -: `- 3- ; 1 1 . " : ' .
~: „51f: T ::16(l 11
r. - I 3 tille 1317 t r a:llit.,:tl , l Wozi
OT.Ce, No. 111, corner i kr.... an.: :3..T.athac:d
Agents for DIFFARIPI3 PA.TiC?.:T INJECTOR.
fen :ce , ll.lg 73c.1em... Inn :' :
rTITIOMAS CARLE; :A. CO.,
rurth WardFoucizlr) aud liatlilitc7k..;l',;
3,S.NDL'SIiI" ST., ALLI - C.P.'iliY CITY,
]lsaufxvtnren. of Eta tlon and Portable ilt.. - ,arn
and law MSi Viort. lioillne NIIII ar.elfseblrie
tlastlnqs. Grate Taro, WrightE, Wazon Boxe2,
&c. I:ttild to order snd hare on hand Enzines of
all sizes. Trivl4lo
DIAMOND OIL WollaSi
H. NI. LONG & CO.,
(Mee, DALBELL BUILDING,
fen Duquesne Way. Pittsburrh. ri.
f."7-.7.4tatl2iG AND KING,
Coaraission IlerclAnts ang Brokers IL
Pctrok,um and its Products,
DALZELL'S BLOCK, DUQUESNE WAY,
Boom 17, Chamber of Commerce,
133 SOUTH SECOND t3TREET.
Petroleum and Its Products,
rittv)urgh Ofdre—DA.LZELL,S BUILDINO.
corner oi Duquesne Way and Irwin streetr.
Yhtiadelplais 0111re-151T WALNUT IST.
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
HERBERT W. G TWEDDLE,
Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils.
Eclipse Railroad Axle 00.
Stands great heat without change• remains
- limpid at lowest temperatures. Special 011 lot
tropical climates or Got weather.
Locomotive, Engine, Rachine Shop,
Will cut Screws.
Saw Mill and Planing Mill Oils,
Adapted for high speed.
Spindle Oil, WoollHead•Light
Oil. Tanners* StriMlllenzale,
JElarneas Oil. IParratilne.
ARMOR VARNISH, to preserve Bright Iron
Work and Machinery from Rust.
Vim products are manufactured under Dr.
Twaddle , s_patent by Superheated Steam in Vac
cub. '1 he Lubricating OM are almost odorless,
Ai , uniform, and mostly light col
red. d a high temperature unchanged. and
=main limpid during extreme cold. The Railroad
manyre unequalled, and are in constant use on
of the principal Railroads. Samples can
be examined and orders left at 174 WOOD
STREET, Works at tiliarpabing Bridge.
WEST f ! op:iunox i
" • Wor
Nerrthwest corner of West Common, Allegheny,
yUED'K ATVATBR t. 00.
Have on hand or%lan on abort notice Hearth
and Step Moues. for Sidewalk& Brims*
Variteolic. Head an Tomb Stoes, s.
Urflars promailyezacated. Prices reannabl•
O. 80 FOURTH AVENUE,
CASII CAPITAL 5200.000
Stockholders Individually Liable.
rANii. OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.
JOHN FLOYDMW . FLOYD,
Thos. M. 2ll'arsilati, John M. Murtiand,
Yin. T. Shannon, I Archibald \Valiant:,
antcs 117 rrett,,j Jas. D.
Chas. Leech, I Win. Floyd.
This Bank is now fully organized and prepared
to tin a general lian'Alig business.
112 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa
STOC HOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE,
Bot. and sold: and when de.:dred remitted to
Europe. Collectlem made on all the princilnil
points of the United t,tat es amid Cann
DomiNICK PreWe lit.
J .‘IOCABE. Vice Preddeut.
W. S. MonnAN. Cashier.
D. Matzen. James 11cCalx:,
Tlinmag Rourke, Hugh Ke . ndeg
Dunlevy, Jr., Terence Campbell,
Pntricir James Phelan
Chas. R. lie rr, ILA .Frevvogle,
Jc1:1 (4 eollciter.
MEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
SAFE 11EPOSIT COTEPAIII
Ineerrorattil by the Legislature. of Inns;lya
-111.1. January '24, 1867. For the kiate•teeplng
of Bouts and other Securities, Cola and Silver,
Sliver Plate, Books. Records. Diamonds and
Valuables of all descriptions, under guarantee,
and for the renting of Safes . in Its burglar-proof
vaults. thilldlng and Otilce: •
.Iro. !'s3" F() URTII
Fr! TNIVEItti IE, PA
n FIDENT ILLTAM PHILLIPS.
WM. 111.11.I.TPS , TAMES I. TiZNNETT,
1114 ~ In I.1.0Y1;, .11YI:ON 11. PAINTEL:,
\‘'1T,1.1. 1 .70. REA, 1.10: , . S. 11144:111So.N.
VilLidAM M. I,YON,:tir(P;GY. BLALE,
CC.If.TIS 6, liliSSI '
:: , r.cinvr ,. .n.r AND niF.ASI7IIAII
110.1. 7 ATLi; IgGi'L"Si,
' , I a
r. 37 Market I:'3l.,ree,t„
Vl7C7,7rear , 7l_l(}ll, 1,21-
CO:ltetioll3 arse on %i t'-`e.1.:ii."7.!1:11 , :it'5 1 Z!.. 5 e:
tha :.%.':',:-..dt'..V.X.1 6.11,1 CV.V.'"l''''..
S.tr, - At:1 , ,,13:16.. , ;;:cd: - .. jr'.. - 111 ,. . S ;_‘: Geri f :ICS
13013f311T &ND !SOLD ON COL'.'...qe4ON.
ranttulra st.ttzt:on;zl.o. to the rcrclatL cnd
111 - c( 7 ,
j.ii' j 7 :t~~L`~i çO i ,
Vcrner Mira a:Li Wccii Ei.vect:;
IL" . 1=01:: 70:11
(211ccuI oIILN :d ALT
1 4`, " P anlit.q . jes '3
dald itteTitlca valtl to Purchase
Lau s:..qe oG
lsht Drafts on l_iondon.
PACIFIC RAILWAY COLD LOAN,
Messrs. DABNEY, MORGAN & CO., 51
Exchange Place, and 1 K. JESUP & CO.,
12 Pine Street, N. Y., offer for sale the
Bonds of the Kansas Pacific Railway.
These Bonds pay seven per cent, in Gold;
have thirty years to run; are Free from
Government Taxation ; arc secured by a
Laud Grant of Three Million Acres d the
Finest Lands in Kansas and Colorado.
lu addition to this special grant the Com-
pony 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 front Sheridan, Ilmisas, to
Denver, Colorado. The road in oiieration,
417 miles long, Upon which it is also a mort•
gage, NOW EARNS MORE THAN ENOUGH
NET INCOME TO PAY. TEE INTEREST
ON THE NEW LOIN. There is no better
security in tho raarketthis being in
some respects better than GoveramCnt Sc-
entities. PEINCIPIL AND INTEREST
PAYABLE IN GOLD. Prim- 96, and accru
ed Interest, in Currency," 'Pamphlets; laps
and Circulars furnished on application.
SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought at flig - hcst Priccs:
PR. R. MERTZ,' Banker
Cor. Wood and Fifth Streets.
ANES 3 f itADY 4.!0.3
(Succazecra 08. J0N2.3 & C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
IL .1-1.1 Q" sP.
BUY. AND BELL ALL KINDS or
CO - VERN:IIO:T SECURITIES,
(30/13 ) SLLYEE couroNti,
ON :•'.IO:T PAIitinAISLI: T1:1111-:;
A 11371 T 1 Cfl
O. or, Government 80r. , 1
csocntpd for 1! viirchtzr
crate E'rde oL .Titi7l.:.3, 1:11:>lqXli;
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1%‘2 b I
t , t 4.4,4
(By Te7egraph to :hr , PI t:burgh Gaze.tt,e.l
Yoniz, September 18 18:119,
Money activo and firm at 7 per cent for
gold fiir call loans. seine brokers com
pelled to pay a commission for money,
owing to a scracity of smaller notes con
tinuously coupled with an increased de
mand from the South. Bank statement
is more favorable, but net results show
the Bank, only 8223,000 stronger in their
reserve decrease on loans. Deposits
shows a contraction in consequence of a
drain of currency to move crops, and it is
estimated that 13,000,000 were sent South
and West during the week. Loans
;260,490,024; decrease ri1.368.5ti9. Specie,
*1.1,5Z:3,189f decrease, $403,957. Circula
tion, z. , :33,972,755. Increase. i,z6,513.
posits, 8185,30o,130; 'decrease, 23,433,194.
Legal Tenders 1;21,259,197; decrease,
Meetings of the New York Central and
Hudson River directors are called for
next Wednesday, to take final action on
the consolitlatton question. This state
ment changed the aspect of affairs on
Stock Exchange, and prices have taken
a sharp turn upward. Sterling nominal
at 74 Gold opened at 136,4, touch
ed 136,, and closed at 1363,;(j)1365;. Car
rving rates 1,100.3..; till Monday, and
6;7.is per cent. p-r
'9:',O"JO,C(A). Exparts for
the week, 8313,119.
ivpromeros firm. Coupons of ISSI,
1211.,;(1.121 1 :: d 02
o. ', li:151.122; do. - 04,
12.iii.126i 1 ;; do. 'O5, 1::0:,7,;@12.1; new,
119!,,;(4-119,;: do. 'O7, 1i91,4(5.11t 0 6 <; do.
'6B, 119("ii,119.; 10-40 s, 1t9%(110; Pa
State bands dull but new Tannessces
higher; SGI,C; old Tennessees,
61; new Tennessee, 55.; old Virginias,
new do., 5 8 1:1; old North Carolinas,
51.1 i: new do.. 47;4'.
Stocks have been feverish and unset
tled during most of the day, and many
weak holders have been forced to sell,
their margins having been wiped out.
No failures have. been announced, how
ever, though it is rumored one or two
houses have made private settlements.
In the afternoon the market was active
and excited with a sharp upward turn,
New York Central rising from 190% to
204, and Pueblo Mail from 05% to 72.
The advance on the balance of the list
was less marked. The movements of
the general market this afternoon seem
to justify the report of yesterday thata
party was forming to give the market an
Upward turn. At the close prices were
a little.off from the highest and the mar
Canton, 50; Cumberland, 30; Western
Union Telegraph, 30%; Quicksilver, 13g;
Mariposa, 934; do. preferred, 16,,; Pacific
Mail; 71%; Adams Express, 16; Wells it
Fargo, 1634; American, 35 1 ,,f; United
States, 59%; Merchants Union, 11%; New •
York Central, 203; Harlem, 150; Hudson
River, 184; Reading, 951‘; • Erie,
3934; do. preferred, 68
tral, 127; Michigan Southern,97; Il
linois Central, 137; 'Pittsburgh, 106%;
Northwestern,7s; do. preferred, 8031';
Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati,
77 ; Rock Island, 110%; St. Paul, 73N:
do. preferred, 83 1 ,i; Wabash, 71; do.
preferred, 84;; Fort Wayne, 88; Terre
Haute, 30; do. preferred, 57; Chicago and
Alton, 160; Ohio it Mississippi, 31,-S;
Burlington it Quincy. 170; Marietta Ist
preferred, 20; Dubuque, 109; C. C. it I. C.,
Mining Shares dull.
Copper Stocks at Boston: Calmut, 45;
Copper Falls 8; Franklin, 13; Heels, 70;
Sub-Treasury balance, 888,264,904.
Imports; Dry vods, e. 2,419, 8 -2.9; gen
eral merchandise, 84,168,733.
OFFICE or PITTSBUROLL GAZETTE,
SAT URDAY, Sept. 18. 1869.
—Closing quotations received by James
T. Brady ez Co. Gold: 136 g; 'United
States Sixes, 1881, -121; Five-Twenties;
1862, 12134; do. 1864, 120; do. 1865, 1203;
Ten-Fort:es, 109%; Five. Twenties, Janu
ary and July, 1865, 119%: do. do. 1867,
119%: do. do. 1868. 119; Due Corn
pounds, 119; Union Pacific Railroad,
86; Central do, do,
99; Cy. Pacific,
101; Lake Superiors, 96.
OFFICE: OF PITTSBURGH .GAZETTE,
SATURDAY, Sept. 18, 1869.
RENTER , roa. TEE '
Tho oil market has been exceedingly
feverish for two or three days past, and
on Wednesday and Thursday the sales
were unusually large. Yesterday and to
day, however, notwithstanding tho feel
ing was very sensitive, the market was
weak, and compared with the two days
preceding, prices were lower. At a de—
cline of .aboat,a quartetithajlarket
reared to gte tirm, to -day; whlch ,Mayzhe
attributed in part. to thmfact. that -Ant"-
warp has still further advanced, being
quoted up to 57M.
We want to say a word or two more in
regard to the complaints raised on Fri
day in reference to the shipments. As
noted yesterday, we were charged by
certain parties with reporting more
than was actually shipped, and to sub
stantiate the charge, several gentleman,
engaged in the trade, it is said, made a
careltil examination at the office of the
Alleeheny Valley Railroad Company,
and detected several important errors.
Now we do not dispute but what these
gentlemen may have honestly believed
they were right in so stating, but •
we are satisfied that facts and figures
will not bear them out in their assertions.
In order to make ourselves doubly sure,
we went over the manifests again-to-day
in company with a reliable and respon
sible dealer, whose feelings in regard to
the market are in sympathy with theirs,
and the shipments on the days complain
ed of, as well as during the entire week,
were just exactly whit we made them,
not an error of a single barrel. or case.
the only error, if such it can be called,.
was in reporting two days shipments in
one, and, as noted, yesterday, we pro
pose hereafter when this occurs to so
state at the time. Now we know that
it is the desire of the trade at large to
have a fair and square report in regard
to the shipments. as well as everything
else, and this is what wo
have endeavored to give, but it does
seem to us that there are acme per Sons
engaged in the business who are en
tirely too suspicious, who imagine that
reporters aro very slippery and are
bought and sold like oil, benzine, or
any uther commodity of a slippery and
dangerous character. As we stated yester
day, we are always willing to make cor
rections when satisfied that we are
wrong; but would it not be wise for
parties who aro suspicious that there is
something wrong, to investigate more
careftilly and not to roadie charges until
satisfied they can -nd by thew ? •
Just here we take occasion to say that
we are as independent in the nommen
cial department of the G,UETTE, as
all the others, and recogniza neither
clique nor faction in making out our re
ports, only aiming to .be, fur and impar
tial, faithful and correct in all our
figures and statements. If the truth,
hen told, should happen to damage
pecuniarily operators by influencing
the market, -we should not to held re
sponsible, as mar duty is to the entire
cfanmuntry, ignoring, all discrimination
in favoi of or against any. set or clique
- Receipts Crude this week, 10,936 hbls;
last - week, 15,027; from January let to
date, 574,935 !this; same time last year,:
8e9,943; Exports P.efined this week, 15,-
221 bbls; last week, 6,t395; from January
Ist to date. 377,033; same time last year,
477,933; Sales this week, 104,000 bbls,.
last week, 41,000.
It is Well enough perhaps to note that
we make up our weekly statistics for
the week ending on Friday, and Satur,
day's receip's and shiptneuts are always
included in the report of the following
' A private telegram from Philadelphia
this afternoon reports the stock on hand
in that market at 34,867 bbls; vessels
loading ecriai to 53.28-1 bbls; otl , board,
L _ & Lc'
Market dull and quiet but nominally
unchanged. Sales 500 bbls spot at 143 ;
and 1,000 6,11er all year at 1434. Buyers
option all year, reported est:acing been
offered at 15 to 15;,.f,.
Market quiet and unchanged—flat a
sirmle sale reported. September quoted
at 3 . 2.32%; October to December offer
ed at 3231. Business is usually vary'
quiet oR Saturdays.
Eclipse Winton Lubricating cil
RECEIPTS OF cuupr. OIL BY A. v. R. R
- - -
Spang Oil work.. 960; Fisher Bro.,
Llber.y 011 Works, 166; Citizen, 400;
400: Parker d: Thompson, 160, Total,
2,169. By Allegheny river, during the
recent rise: C.
..S. Thomas, 6,431; Ma
whinney & Bro.; 5,142: Jackson & Bro.,
4,613; Rees & Bro., 1,106; J. S.', Miller,
1,106; J. Murtha'', 1,120; B. D. Cochran,
682: M. B. Butler, 1,060; Lockhart, Frew
Co; 6,069; J Gillespie; 1,00; F. Mun
hall, 1,244. This report of receipts by
river was furnished by tke guager•
Total receipts by rail and river, - 33,194
OIL SHIPPED E. 9 ET BY A. T. 14 S.
Livingston ‘t. Bro., 320 cases refined
to Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Monttheimer, Koehler & Co. 50 bbis
tar to Simonds cSt Bro., Philadelphia.
B. W. Morgan S Co., 212 bble ref. oil
to Warden, Frew Co., Philadelphia.
Total 212 . bbls; 320 cases.
Braun ‘t.• Wagner 503 bbls refined to
Waring, King &. Co., Philadelphia. •
. Standard Oil Co , 471 bbls refined to
Warden, Frew &..Co ' Philadelphia.
Livingston & Bro., 1,200 cases refined,
to Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
Citizens Oil Co. 416 bbls refined to
Tack & Bro., Philadelphia.
Lockhart, Frew & Co. 579 bbls -refined,
to Warden, Frew &. Co., Phila.
T0ta1..........1,95 9 bb10.71,200 cases.
OIL SHIPMENTS PER WEST - PENNA. R R.
Ralston & Waring 265 bbls ref. oil to
Waring, King dr. Co., Philadelphia.
Excelsior Oil 11Ianf. Co. 100 bbls ref.
to Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.
Total shipments Refined 365
OIL SHIPPED EAST AT DUQUESNE DEPOT.
Brooks, Ballentine & Co. 106 bbls ref.
to Warden, Frew & Co. Philadelphia.
Hutchison Oil & Refining Co., 299 bbls
to Warden, Frew & Co. PhiladelPha.
Total Refined. 405
Dry. Goods Martit. •
NEW Yons, September IS.L.Market
steady and fairly active; the only change
of impeittance to note is a decline of ,5c
in Wyoming 4-4 Bleached Muslins, which
are now selling at 144 c. All Bleached
Muslins are depressed, and so are Can
ton Flannels of most makes and heavy
Brown Sheeting 3 which are selling st
1601634 c and paying no profit. Good
styles of fresh Madder Prints are buoy
ant and saleable, but poor styles are
comparatively depressed; Briggs Prints
will be offered Monday at 93;0. Large
dry goods jobbing houses have been
doing a rushing trade this week, while
clothing honses ate doing very little.
The cotton market has been depressed,
and this fact has a tendency to restrict
large purchases of cotton goods. "
NEW ORLEANS, September 18.—Cotton
steady and in fair demand at 291‘@29;40
for middlings, with sales 0f.1,100 bales;
receipts,4B4 bales; exports coastwise,
1,482 baes. Flour; ; 1 5,75 for Superfine,
and $6,10@6,25 for extras. Oats 60c.
Bran 151.05. Hay is unchanged. Pork
5.34,50. Bacon; 170 for shoulders, 20@
201.0 for sides, and'harns 24@25c. Lard
1914@)22c. Sugar 1.440. Moia.sses 60@
70c. Whisky unchanged. Coffee's un
changed. Gold }3.5 1 (. Sterling, ,4i3;,44 ,
New York Sight
BALTIMORE, SO*: 18.: 2 F10121' 'daft and
demand , light; western superfine at s6@
1 11.25. :-Wheat steady; prime lci-eholecr-atQl
$1,55@1,63. Corn firm; prime white at
11,28, and yellow at 111.20@1,22. Oats
dull at 58®61c. Rye at $1.10®1,15. Mess
Pork at 133®34. Bacon firm. Lard
quiet at 19)4(419%. Whisky moderately
asisaated at $1,16@1,17.,_