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pIITSBIJAGU • __
• STEEL WORKS.
8T ANLI§BILI) IN 1845.
ANDERSON & WOOtS,
BEST DEFINED CAST STEEL
"•• • Of west= description. .diso, bent
Refined German Flow and Sprin Steel,
CORNER 110.iii-AliD MST .I:9BNlMPltts
litirsii. Pa. anl6:n4l
ROM. METCALF. RE R UBEN KILLER,
G. W. BAR,. I CAB PARKIN.
SPECIAL rAMPNICE - S. M. KLEE?,
-CRESCENT STEEL. WORKS,
KILLER, BARR & PARKIN,
OFFICE, No. :19 Liberty Street,
COLEMAN, RAM & CO.
'IRON, NAILS, STEEL,
AXLES AND SPRINGS,
DIIQLESNE, L X AND JIINL&TAt
FLAT BAR. - BOUND AND SQUARE IRON.
BAND, HOOP, SHEET AND MANS IRON.
BOILER PL aTE.S AND HEADS,
_DRAG and DROPPER BARS,
FLANGIaT;. UUTTER BARS, CYLINDER
AND FLAT BAIL for Coal Roads.
CROWBa RB,WIEDGEB & HARROW TEETH,
_LOW .ND CULTIVATOR STEEL,
UTEEL WINGS AND MOULDS cut to pattern.
STEEL TIRES, STEEL SHAFTING, A. B.
COACH, BUGGY and W LOON BPEINGS and
CUT NAILS AND SPIKES. •
13130thi First Glass and Warranted.
OFFICES- AND WOEICS.
plateenth Street and Allegheny Raver,
and 17 Water Street, Plttabnrgh.
a iII Y NFIELD STEEL WORKS.
NIGER, NIMICK & CO.,
Manufacturers of every desertpOon oi,
CAST ANA GERMAN . STEEL,
WEAN SPAINGB, •
ELLI..:f. AND PLATFORM SPREROO,
ABLRS, STEEL TIRE, Re., /se
;ter alehouse, S 3 Water and 100 First Mts.
?IRK, BIiOTHER & CO.,
9Stnufaitareis of all fiescrlptions of
.fHn and Waxehonse. 'THIltTrir.H. THIRTY
IMLET and HAllatO/Li) STREE%
BRASS , FOUNDERS.
ATWOOD &' 11111IFFREY,
Cur. Liberty St. & 3d Avenue,
And , Iron Pipe 'Fitters.
SEAMENid.r A. S LOWERRON, it CO'S
Ittra AND B.
=SMUT BUM. ouvravtis BASCH.
firtlitY BIER & CO.,
JOHN M. COOPER & CO.,
Bell and Brass Founders.
MAD' TROMMLY TO ODES.
Makable 'fflid Grey Iron Fittings,
GAS PIPE AND TUBING,
MOTTLE, SAFETY AND CHECK VALVE
• ALL GLOBE PATTERN.
JOR 40.14,4 r Ck)CEK.S,
grass Work of every description for
Steam, Water and OIL
SiatiillPAO'rt.piESl3 Or d t CoOYE & CO'S
improved: Balante-Whiel Steam Pump.
Agents: for Dreyfus' Patent Oil
era. the biro in the Market.
Mee and Works, corner Thirteenth and KU
The Trim are now ensured mg. rant licen
ses for the use of the ELLICHI3.Ii6USEN ?W
The superior quality imparted to good iron,
the great impt ovemeut in interior iron, and the
, reduced cost. commend it to ah manufacturers of
Parties wishing to uee It can obtain Menses by
Wiling to •
Attorney for the Trasteee.
BOOMS IL and 411, - 114110 10 1 1 BUIPIng. IMlrt
Par ties 'interested - ate - Invited to tlait the
131: USBEN*,II : WOItN,S. Where the rocesa
itocletn7clneoesawl operation. • • r_.teB:d67
10 . 0tizraESTOIICA"
.I PeitivititidEi Iron 'Works.
Varooonot‘• Nos. 166 sad 161• FIRST
171glalr, ogs!os,lto•NonougliAela UoUle,
• - PITTSBURGH
Founded A. D. 1838.
ADAMS, raw,EX & Co.
gatiSTONIO PAtAttrogirtr,gillalOAlr OTAT.
NAT) PLAPPOAK Atop 001.1ATATI
SCALES. 3P ,
Jo= Nod Patent Door Looks and Ladies.
Paha anal:lD:tee OWL Ao.
ENGINES, 'BOILERS, &o.
Cor. Point Alley and Daquetme
Engine Builders, Founders a
ManufactureSTEAMßOAT ENOINEB and STA
TIONARY /MOINES, of all aline.
Special attention invited to our newSTATION
LRY OIL WELL EIiBINE AND PORTABLE
CASTLNGS, of every kind, made to order stout
Foundry, on THIRD STREP,T, below Market:
RIGS for Oil Wells, sEAPTIN,'PULLEYB,
BANGERS, EIOIISE and TOBACOO 1301tEws and
DION TOBACCO PICF OOII eN 011 Mad and mad to
order, at the
Fronting on the Allegheny Elver, near the P
ar All orders promptly filled: TRY VS.
FiT PITT I
BOILED., STILL ILO
CARROLL & SNYDER„
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-TMTED TUBULAR,
~O.ND CYLINDER STEAM BOIL
OIL * STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ABH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, BALT PANG AND CON
STEAM PIPES, GABOHETEBB AND IRON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL EF - tUTES
ofDoe end Warehouse, corner Deco d,
Third, Short and Liberty Street ,
orptly Orders sent
to. the above address wl,l be
attended to mld 189
WIPL BARNHILL Es. CO.,
BOILER MASER —
AND SHEET IRON WOR • :.RS,
NOB. AO, ISA, A* AND Sti PENN 8T '
fining Jecured a large yard and furals ed it'
wills the most approved machinery we sr • pre
pared to manufacture every description of SOIL
EBS in the best manner, and warranted eons' to
any. made in the country. Chimneys Bree hing,
'Fire Beds, Steam Pipes,- Locomotive B filers,
Condensers, Salt Pans, Tanks, -Oil Stills, ita
tors, Bottling Farm Boiler Iron, Bridges. agar
Pans, and sole inanatsoturers of Barnhill , Pat
ent Boilers. • •
.B.epairing done on soonest notice. •1 :c2l
JAUD M. 8EDE1X................/DMITICD D. DI
TARED M. BRUSH & SON, \
I/LA1IZ7&CT131 12118 07
Steam Boilers, 011 Stills, Tai
MEET IRON =RR, &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh,
STOVES, CASTINGS, dcé„
. BBIDLEY C
NO. 8Q WOOD STREET,
Manufacturers of the greatest variety of
Cook, Parlor and Heating Staves,
TO BE FOUND.
In oor assortment will be found all the LATEST
PATTSENS AND IMPROV4MENTes, and the
reputation of our Stoves le such that anv 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 VoLCANI)
STOVE, for churches, halls anastores. Over 500
sold in three months. Intended for with or with
out casing. AU wbo have used them pronounce
them superior to any other and far cheaper.
Send for Catalogue and Price List. je3o
GRAFF, EUGUS 8 00.,
111LANUTACTUBSILIS or 171 MY Win= 07
e a rCri7Mfil l,
BOSTON COOILENO RANGE,
( *-TIIE MOT FURNACE,"
Ton wmuciNG Buizzaffie. -
THE NEW ANTI-DUST °OOHING STOVE,
''BROUIATOR." COLUMBIA COOS
fferlaMjlS ß AL E esgia u
GRATE FRONTS, BRNO &O.
206 and 208 Liberty Street,', _ .
reM:yl7 PITTSBURGH , PA.
CET THE BEST.
BEIIISEIIi & COAS,
FOB lartmizioua GOAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
sell as any other Store In the Union.
BISSELL & CO.,
No. 285 Libertv Street.
3.1.0 on band and for sale,
PARLOR ST4E O d,
GRAWNO S A ^ IIS TENDEBB,
COOKING nklatiF,B. no.
TO BUELIDERS I
500.000 feet Dry Pinealoards.
• 180,00 0 Net 13i loch Clear Plank'
60 feet 1% inch Common Yllinki
48,000 feet Dry 1 and Mei Oak:
48,000 ft. M e 1. 1)1, SI and Inch Poplar:
10.000 feet Dry Poplar Scantling;
10,000 feet Dry Yellow Pine Beards:
100.000 feet laemlock Scantling. -
soa.cwo f M eet No. 1.18 inch Saginad
-1100,00 No. 116-inch Shingles, sawed;
80,000 No. 118-inch Shingles. shaved:
10,000 Vire Brick;
1,000 Ifire Tile.
100 . Tons lire (nail
Also, Saw Idlll Lumber, Locust and Cedar
Posts, and all articles In the line on hand and for
sale by ALEXANDER PATTERSON. Yards—
No. 158 Babette& street and corner of Preble and
Juniata; streets, Sixth triad, Allegheny, late bor.
• ough of Man chester . • argl
IPITTSBURGH GAZETTE: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1869.
OWLS TS= POINT.)
MBAS% OEINA., CUTLERY.
01 1 . GO II:ig gl g
• FINE VASES,
BOXIEDIAN AND MUSA.
• Di#531 14 1 / T B I3 iTS,
A large stock of
SILVER PLATED GOODS
astl end examine our pods, and we
feel satisfied no ose need WI to be suited.
, • .
RN BILEETI & CO.
'W:rhiNDERSON, ....... H. A. PREYVOGLE
W. J. ANDERSON & CO.,
Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE FRONTS.
WINDOW LINTELS and kILLS, and
Clio(logs of all Descriptions.
HTSlZl l Nt t egrto Pa ds t gllillTi c rgw -
OFFICE ND ForneDnr —No. 150 WATER
STREET, Pittsburgh. Pa.
OAP FORT PITT
OFFICE AND WORKS,
MrEngines, Rolling Mill Ma
chinery, Nail Machines, Re
torts, and Castings generally.
AND PIPE WORKS.
earner Carroll and limallama treats,
Prl`ali333lTll6l EL, P 6.
anUfaoturor - of
CAST - IRON 2OWL PIPE
FOB HAS AND WATER wonns.
x l2rssgcat invarl lxnts,
n t , iive.len .k tan
of general .
Castings for Bas and Water Works.
I would also call tbe
eats of Das Works t0r...1 mate of EXTORT&
(Rtecessor to JOS. P. HAIOH & C 0.,)
Has facilities ce.extenslve with the leading
Forges in the East, and is prepare romptly
and satisfactorily fill all orders for ST E AMBOAT
SHAFTS, CRANKS, PISTON ROD`, LEVERS,
PITMAN .1 AMS,WHISTS, RAILROAD AXLES.
LOCOMOTIVE FRAMES, together with every
description of SHAPE WORK. 9truse and Forge,
Corner of Duquesne Way aid First Street.
ROBINSON, BBL & CO.,
Successors to RODinnOn, MOM
FOUNDERS AND NACHINISTS,MTSBUREIH,
Manufacturers or Boat and Statonary Steam En
gines, Slut Engines, Mlll Machinery, tiearl,
ftatting, Castings of all descriptions; OR TWts
arid Sti ll s,_Soller and Sheet Iron Work.
I Office, No. corner Ylrst and ihnittneld
I Agents for GITTARD'S PATENT INJ jaau ECTOR
tor reeding Rollers. •
rionts cumuli & CO.,
Fourth Ward Foundry and lacking Work',
SANDUSKY ST.. ALLZOHENT CITY. PA"
Mannfacturen of Stationary and Portable Stem
Engines, Uti Presses, ensleys, Shafting, grist
and Baca 3llll Work, Bolling Mil and Raab:us
Castings, Orate Bars, Weights, WiWon Boxes,
de. Build to order and have on hand Intinea el
ail sizes. • msl4:qs
DIAMOND OM WORKS,
H. M. LONC & CO.,
pence, DLLZELL BM:WIND,
Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh, Pa.
WAKING AND SING,
Comalsalcm Merchants and Brokers Is
Petroleum and Its Products
DALZELL'S BLOCK, DUQUESNE WAYI
Boom 17, Chamber of Commerce,
133 IiOIITH BECOAD WISEST.
• .11. ND DIALERS IN
Petroleum and its Products,
co utronhugMial;L:=Bl eu 13re s
Philadelphia Ofilae-1111 WALNUT BT.
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
um= w. C. TifEDDLE,
Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils.
Ze'ipso Kaßroad Azle 00.
Stands great heat without change; reinMns
limpid at lowest temperatures. Special Oil for
tropical climates or bat weather.
Locomotive, Engine, !Ischia* Shop,
Will out Screws.
Saw /HMI and Planing 31111 Oils,
Ada for high speed.
ladle 011, Wool liead•llght oll,
011, Tanners , Staff. Benaole,
ling& Finishing 011, desolate,
Harness' Oil. IParralline. _
ARMOR VARNISH, to preserve Bright frou
Work and Machinery from Rust.
These products are manufactured under. Dr.
Twaddle , s_patent by Superheated Steam in Vac
'l he Lubricating Oltf are almost odorless,
perfectly pure uniform, and meetly light ool
orod, sten d a high temperature unchanvd, and
retturinlim pid during extreme &dd. The road
Oils are unequalled, and are in constant use on
.01 e principal Railroads. Samples can
be examined and orders left at 174 WOOD
STREET. • Works at Sharpaburg Bridge.
WEST COMMON •
Machine Stone Works,
Northwest Gomm of West Common , Allenhany.
FRED% ATVATIIIII & GO.
S►tozoi su k u luind or p are on snort Doti=
int Stones , for nidowslic
Vaults( •Head an Tomb pones. o.
Man wawa executod. non realostabli
-rtii a. , “ - - •
NO. 80 FOURTH AVENUE;
CA/4H CAPITAL 8200.000
. Stockholders Individually Liable.
DANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.
JOHN FLOYD WM. FLOYD,
Thos. M. Marshall, John M. Murtland,
Win. T. Shannon, Archibald Wallace.
James W. Assort, Jas. D. Kelly,
Chas. B. Leech, WM. Floyd.
This Bank is now fully organized and prepared
to do general Banking business.
112 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
INTFRFST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Bought and sold, and when desired remitted to
Europe. Collections made on all the principal
points of the United States and Canaoa.
DOMINICK istsistor, President.
JAMES AlcCAnn, Vice President.
W. N. Monolg. Cashier.
D. Ihmsen. James McCabe,
Thomas Rourke, Hugk Keating.
J. Duulevy, Jr., Terence Campbell,
Patrick Kane, James Phelan
Chas. B. Barr, H.A.Freyvogle,
.Ints.Jos.Hermann. Thomas Barnes,
jel:6s JOE. M. OAZZAM, Solicitor.,
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
Of T'ittsbur gh.
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylya
nis, January 24, 11367. For the safe•teeping
of Bonds and other Securities, Gold and Silver,
Silver Plate. Books, Records. Diamonds and
Valuables of all descriptions, under guarantee,
and fur t/M renting of Sates in its burglar-Proof
vaults. Building and Office:
Jro. 83 FOURTH ..17'10,01-UE,
Vica PRESIDS.NT — HENRY LLOYD
WM. PHILLIPS, JAMES I. BENNETT
HM NRY LLOYD, — BYRON H. PAINTER
WILLIAM REA, JOS. S. MORRISoN.
O LYON, OSORGE BLAukl.
CURTIS . HUSSEY.
0 N li 1101 WT
b. F. VUN
N. HOLMES $. SONS,
57 Market Street,
Collections made on ail the pliantDs2 Polots 0
the United litsies and Canedas.
Stocks,Bonds rad other Securities
BOUGHT AND BOLD ON COMMISSION.
- Partfeeler atteatiost paid to the perehase sad
United States Securities
HART, CAIIGHEIK & CO.,
BANKERS AND BR6KERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
pIIOO To HANNA, HART S 00..1
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And particular atten
nd tion e o paid to the waste
Biala Drafts on London..
PACIFIC BAIL\VAY GOLD LOAN
lessrs, DABNEY, MORGAN h C
Exchange Place, and M. E. JESUP & CO.,
18 Pine street, IL Y., offer for sale the
Bonds of tie Kansas Pacific Railway.
These. Bonds pay seven per cent. In Gold;
are thirty years to ran; are Free from
cvernnient Taiation ; are secured by a
Land Grant of Three Million Acres of the
'inost Landa in Ham and Colorado.
-n addition to this special grant,the Cllll
any also owns Three Millions of lcrrs
in Kansas, which are being rapidly sold to
develop the country ani improve the read.
Thry are a first mortgage upon the extension
of the road from Sheridan, Kansas, to
Denver; Colorado. The road in operation
437 miles long, upon which it is also a mort
gage, NOW EARNS MORE THAN ENOUGH
NET INCOME TO PLY TIIE INTEREST
ON THE NEW LOAN. There is no better
security in the market—this being i
HMO respects better than Government Se
unities. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST
PAYABLE IN GOLD, PfirA3 96, and aura
ed Interest, in Currency. Pamphlets Naps
and eimilan finished on applicat
GC:Mob , 7 . 7
SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought at Highest Pricci.
PH. B. HERTZ, Banker
Cor• Wood and Fifth Streets.
LEES T. BRADY & SO.,
(Successors oS. JONES -& C0..1
Corner Fourth and Wood Ste.,
3E3 .11. 1:1. 213
BUY AND BELL ALL RINDS 07
BOLD, SLUM AND COUPONS,
ON MORN FAVORABLE TERMS.
. , •
Interest Allowed en Deposits. '‘
lotma: on Government Bonds at
Orders ezeoested for the Pnrehr.se
PEW hale of }novas, BONDS and
JAMES T. BRADT & CO.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
°Evros: OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 22, 1869. t
The Government bond market was
very dull to-day, and declined from one
half to three-fourths per cent, and closed
weak and heavy.
Gold was weak and dull at 137%, when
suddenly tke market run up to 141%,
closing strong at that, with a fair pros
pect to be run up to 150, unless the
Treasury should begin to sell . or antici
pate the November Interest. There are
also several millions of gold .on the way
here from Europe, to arrive on Friday
and Saturday, but in the meantime the
market may be run up high.
Stocks are dull, heavy and declining.
The greatest falling off was in New
York Central, and all the watered
shares. Ohio and Mississippi is steady at
31, Reading at 94, but Lake Shore and
North West is weak at a decline of three
per cent. Express stocks are heavy;
American and Merchants Union declin
ed to-day to 33%; this stock was firmly
held at 37% for several weeks, but had
to give way under a stringent money
In local securities, bank stacks are the
favorite. Valley bonds inquired for at
85, are now offered at 85 and dull at that.
Money quite easy here when com
pa red with rates paid in New York.
Quotations as received ny .en. R.
Mertz: Gold, 141%: Silver, 135; Eighty
one's, 120; Five Twenties, 1862, 121%;
do 1864, 119%; do 1865, 120%; do 1865,
Consols, 118%; do 1867, 118%; do 1868,
118; Ten _Forties, 108%; New York
Central, 187 . ' Erie, —; Reading, 94;
Pittsburgh. Fort Wayne •t Chicago
Railroad, 85; Ohio & Misissippi, 130%;
Michigan Southern, 94; Cleve
land & Pittsburgh, 106; Chicago &
Rock Island, 108%; Chicago de North
Western 72%; Chicago d North Western
Preferred, 84%; Adams Express Com
pany, 55; Merchants Union Express,
11; Pacific Mail, —; Western Union
Telegraph Company, 36%; American Ex
press Company 34.
EXCHANGE, Large. Small.
London," per .. .. . . 17,05
Paris. per frinc ' 20% 22%
Berlin. thaler 100% 103
Frankfort, florins 59% 61%
—Closing quotations received by James
T. Brady & Co. Gold: 141%; United
States Sizes, 1881, MI; Five-Twenties;
1862,121%; do. 1864, 1193;; do. 1865020%;
Ten-Forties, 108%; Five-Twenties, Janu.
ary and Jnly, 1865, 118%: do. do. 1867,
118%; do. do. 1868, 118; Due Com
pounds, --; Uni Pacific Railroad,
86; Central do, d 0,99; Cy. Pacific,
108; Lake Superiors, 96.
,By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Oazette.l
Naw Youx, September 22, 1869.
The scenes and excitement on Stock
Exchange and in Gold Room today
bring vividly to the minds of old specu
lators the stirring times in Wall street
during the palmy days of the rebellion.
In the morning the chief events were
the panto in railway shares. The de
pression in Governments, the demorali
zation of foreign exchange, ,the strin
gency in money and the great strength
of the gold market amid the sur
rounding depression was the prin
cipal centre of attraction. Eaily in the
day the lower hall of Stock Exchange,
presented a tumultuous assembly of
excited and anxious brokers yelling
in the most frantic, manner, ail eager to
sell stocks and save themselves from be
ing wiped out along with their custom •
era' margins. The slaughter of the pub
greatthe large decline of to-day was
and has completely wiped from the
surface of Wall street an army of small
speculators on the "bull" side of the
market. As the day wore along the ex
citement and activity in the stock
market died out, and a compara
tive quiet and dulness reigned
in the Stock Ezohange. - Throughout
the afternoon the market in long room
experienced fitful rallies, and theriswas a
considerable recover from the lowest
p_oint of the morning, more especially in
Vanderbilt stocks, but an unsettled
feeling prevailed and purchases were
large to recover short oontracts.
the bull element being severely crippled
by heavy losses consequent upon the de
cline of the past few days. Brokers are
beginning to be alarmed for their re
maining margins, and as to the ditilcutty
of carrying stocks, in view of the money
stringency and decreasing want of con
fidence in the afternoon, the ex
citement, was transferred to the
gold room, and here occurred
scenes which rivaled those consequent
on the recent illneas of the Emperor Na
poleon. In the morning the panic in the
Stock Exchange induced a perfect flood
of short sales, this only caused a decline
of %to g per cent. After the-"bears"
stopped selling the market was firm and
recovered the _decline, where it re
mained natil afternoon. The extraor
dinary firmness of geld preniiums in
6 _the face of enormous short , sales of the
morning, and the panic on Stock Ex
change alarmed some of the prominent
' , beam'? who began to. cover their abort
contracts. when the market fairly
bounded upwards. The impetus given
to the market, by an attempt of some of
the "bears" to cover, started upward in
movement with such rapidity that the
crowd of brokers and speculators
rushing into the Gold Room soon jammed
the Booth room itself and the passages
leading to it with a frantic crowd almost
breathless with anxiety. The price ad
vanced sharply from 37% to 40%, , and at
the latter price, bids were on the Boor at
one time for $16,060,000 of gold. The
excitement was increased by a report
that Sickles had presented an ultimatum
to the Spanish Government on the Cuban
In the money market there was a
stringency equal to anything ever known
in Wall street. 7 per cent. gold was the
usual rate. There was a large and ex
cited crowd in front of the Stock Ex-
change engaged in buying• and selling
money in shape of turning stocks.
The rates paid were i/ t to
per cent. on the general run of stocks.
but on the high priced stocks one per
cent. was the rate. There is a complete
stand still in the discount market and it
is next to an impossibility for merchants
to obtain money.
Sterling dull, heavy and most un
saleable at 634@735. Commercial bills
5. Gold buoyant and excited; opened at
37.).i, fell' to 37% and advanced to
141%, closing at 141. Carrying rate 7 per
cent. for gold, and 132@,e per cent.
Clearances, ;98,000,090. Tne upward
movement was assisted by reports found.
ed on private dispatches to the effect that
negotiations between this country and
Spain in regard to Cuba are likely to re
sult in hostilities; also that Gen. Sickles -
has demanded his passports.
Governments lower but closed steady:
Coupons of 1881, 12034@121; do. '62,
121%@122; do. '64, 120@120%; do. '65,
12034(.120; 4 '; do. new 11534@)113%; de.
'67, 1183.0119; do. '63, 11834@118%;
10-40 s, 108%®108%; Pacifies, 108@108%,
State bonds heavy : Misseuris, 85%;
old Tennessees, 61%, new Tennessees,
54; old Virginias, 59; new do. 58%; old
North Carolinas, 51%' new North Caroli
The cub-Treasurer ought ;2,000,000 in
5 20s to-day at 116 62 7 100(g•117.
The stock market has bordered closely
upon the panic; New York Central fell
from 198% to 175, and Hudson from 175
to 165, wnich produced a very excited
feeling on Stock Exchange, which was
intensified by a difficulty in borrowing ,
on the speculative stocks. The imme
diate cause of the fall was the report
that an injunction had been issued, at
the instance of a small stockholder in
Hudson River, by one of the city Judges
to restrain the New York Central direc
tors from consolidating with the Hudson •
River. The panic made less havoc with
the remainder of the list, althougu the
nrices of the morning are the lowest yet
touched since the present downward
speculation began. The only exception
to this remark is Pacific Mail, which is
comparatively steady, having ranged
between 76 and 7435. In the afternoon
there was a steadier feeling and stocks
rose nearly as rapidly as they felL
During the early hours of the day New
York Central sold at 159, buyer three, and
Hudson River at 73. Later the market
became unsettled and New York Central
fell to 187, rising once more to 190 and
finally closing at 184; the rest of the mar
ket sympathized with the fluctuations of
the Central. Market closed unsettled
and feverish. The .Post hears on good
authority that the meeting of the Di
rectors of the New York Central was
duly held to-day, and .the consoldation
resolutions were passed, although no
particulars concerning the terms of con
solidation have yet been made public.
Canton, 50; Cumberland, 30; Western
Union Telegraph, 36%; Quicksilver, 14;
Mariposa, 8%; do.. preferred, 16; Pa
cific Mail, 7435; Adams Express, 65.
Wells, Fargo, dr CO., 18; American, 34;
United States, 5434; Merchants Union, 11;
New York Central,lB4; Harlem,l42; Hud
son, 168 y; Reading, 9335; Erie, 353; do.
preferred, 61; Michigan Central, 126;
Michigan Southern, 91; Illinois Cen
tral, 137; Pittsburgh, 105%; North-I
western, 82:. Cleveland, Columbus and
Cincinnati, 77; Rock Island, 107%; St.
Paul, 71%; do. preferred, 80%; Wabash,
71%; do. preferred, 80; Fort Wayne 85%;
Terre Haute,3l; do. preferred, 58,
Chicago, and. Alton 14%; do.'likeiferred,
143; Ohio and Nissisaippi, 30 1 .; St.
Joseph 115; C. C. Br. L C. 29.
Mining shares dull and unchanged,
Sub-Treasury balance ;87,430,917. .
The oil market was moderately active
today, though weak, and dEcidedly
"bearish," and compared with yester
day, prices are a shade lower. There
seems to be no special cause assigned for
the reaction, but that there is a reac
tion compared with last week. is be•
yond dispute, and as might be expected,
the bears are very much elated about it.
There is no Winne, however, what 'a
day may bring forth, and the "bulls"
still entertain hopes that the market
will soon react in their favor, and that
prices will again improve.
Bales 3,000 seller t3entember at 14%;
500 seller 30 days at 14%; 1,000 each oe
tober to December at 14%; 1,000 each
September to December at 1431; 1,000
spot 14%; 1,900 do at 14%; and 2,000
buyer all year, on upper creek, at 15,80
—considered equivalent to 14% here.
At the close, October to December was
offered at 14%@)14%; seller all year at
14g; and buyer all year at 15.
But two sales reported I,soo.Septem
ber at 32; and 500 October at 32%. From
the above it will be seen that, compared
with yesterday, are off about a quarter
and even at the redaction, there did not
appear to be many buyers. Lines lot
September or October to December
quoted at 32g. •
LUBRICATES° °MIL •
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil 400
Eclipse Railroad Axle 1150
Eclipse Machinery'7 6 o
RECEIPTS OF CRUDE OIL BY A. V. R. R.
Duncan; Williams & Co., 400 bbls;
Citizen 011 Company, 80; Cosmos, 80;
160; Pennock eir, Beeson, 80 -on ac
count A. W. Raymond; Ralston, &
ing, 4bo on account Pool Bro; Spray
works, 400; Vista Oil Works, 480 on ac-
count H. MoKelvy; Pennock & Beeson,
160 on account Owston & Sowers; Cos
mos, 480 on account Fisher :Bro; Stella
Oil works, 160 on account H. McKelvyl
Citizens Oil Works, 800 on account Ows
ton & Sowers. - •
Total Refined. 8,660
OIL BHIPPBD BA ST BY a. V. R. B.
Lockhart, Frew & Co. 591 bbls refined
to Warden, Frew I Co., Phila. '
Livingston & Bro. 80(1 _ cases refined
to Warden, Frew & 64)., Philadelphia.
H.'W. C. Tweddle, 60 bbls refined to
J. R. Bartlett, Philadelphia. ,
Fawcett. L. & S. 850.bbls refined to W.
P. Logan I Bro., Philadelphia.
Braun & Wagner 500 bbls refined to
Waring, King- & Co., Philadelphia.
- Citizens 011 Co. 845 .bbla refined -to
Tack & Bro., Philadelphia.
Total - 1,886 bblEt; 800 cases.
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
WELNESDAY, Sept. 22, 1869.
OIL SHIPPED WIT AT DUQUESNE DEPOT.
Brooks, 13fillentine et Co. 49 bbbl ref.
to Warden, Frew & Do., Philadelphia