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EITABLISHED 1845_ •
ANDERSON & WOODS,
. ILONETACTURZES Or
BEST OAST: STEEI,.
°revery deitsiption. Also. best
Refined Getman Plow and Spring Steel,
I:Xi*Kra. - p. 0513 Alp YERBT AVlCl4l 3 ui6:n4l tits.
large.large. Pa. s
IMR, 888 &plum,
31ETCALIF. lEMMETT IN• MILLE%
6Y0.6Y0.W.8AR8, • CHAOS. PARIC
Simms. PART:MI.4. M. SIER,
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
311WiR, BARR & PARKIN
OFFICE, No, 339 Liberty Street,
rnMMSUBEIH , PA
1110 N, NAILS, STEEL,
DIIQUESINEOL Ana) JUNIATA,
yx.A.T BAB, ROUND AND SQUARE IRON.
GUARD UtON,___DßAGalui PROrPER KAMA
FLANGES CUTTER BARS, CI IND ,
ram - - -
• .e4D.7wer RAIL,- for Coal Roads.
Q_RO B AItS,WNDGES HARROW TEETH,
_PLOW .e.ND CULTIVATOR STEEL,
aMEEL'WINERS AND MOULDS cut to pattern.
=LEL TIMES, STEEL SHAFTING, A. B.
COACH, 131199 Y
'WAGON arnisr,Gs and
T NAILS AND SPIKES. .
111Goodslirst Class and Warranted.
OFFICES AND WORKS.
Slstieutn. Street and Allegheny River,
and. 77 Water Street. Pittsburgh.
SHEFFIELD STEEL WO:
SINGER, MICK &
Ifsaufacturers of everidescriptlon of
- CAST AND GEB3LIN STEEL,
BlLLl....K. k tla s rerea liMSPß l N c . fil ke
Warehouse, 83 Water and 100 'first 813.
STEEL I WOR
?.43X - Ii BROTHER CO.,
Itanufsetorers of all descriptions of
.9HCe. and Warebonse, THIRTIETH
YERST End Rei 13TRLIS TS
Cot. Liberty St. tt 3dl
PITTSBIIRGB. P 6,
And iron Pipe Fitters.
And AGENTE3 ta A. BL OWE RS. CO'S
STEAM PUMPS A,1:13
3.1q13.1" 81Z%•.................. GOBTAI
HENRY BIER al
13 . SICCZEISOSEI TO
3IMN INI. ioormit.th
Bells and Bram Fe
MADE PROMPTLY TO 0
Makable and Guy Dui
GAS PIPS. AND VITISING,
THROTTLE, RUTTY ANDIREC I TAT RE
ALL GLOBE rairriatur.
lat:Ori • CC)OPLS ,
'grass Work of every 'description for
--Steam, Water and Oil.
lisigrirAcTonzas OF J. Id. COOPER & CO'S
Improved galauee-Vheel Steam Pump.
Agents for Dreete Patent Oil
ers. the best the Market.
Once said Works, *Mier Thirteenth ands
;he Trustees are nowprepared tolerant
L.,' tor the use of the ZLLERESILLUSEDI PRO
-.the superior quality imparted to good iron, '
t great Improvement
Tintor Iron, and the
reduced cost, commend all manufacturers of
l'artlesliblitoitOnse Komi obtain Messer by
. JAMES P. SPEER
• - rr• Atoorney Lir the Trustees.
Isomer 9:=Enalleh's Banding. 96M
"oath avenue. - • . the
g MI interested *re Invited to 'rldt the
UWE MERGER WORICEI, where the is is
rioll E RGS
.P RESTON' & Co.,
- 4 . •
WaretL9.ol4- iios. 'um Fa d ial • PINT
Founded A. D. 181. r.
ifiriLatak tritlEE. Co.
"ritrtiFyiltili D AMMi r,
Janes need Patent Domitleelteittn.,,z,
HUGE I, BOLE & 00.,
Con Point Alley and 'hymow Ms,
Engine Builders, Founders and
Ilann.Metore STEAMBOAT ENGINES and STA
TIONARY ENGINES, of all sires.
Amelia attention Invited to our new STATION
OIL WELL ENGINE ANM FORMABLE
BOILER,of 16.bOrrevDower. . 2.1 :
CASTINGSof every kind, moue to al
Foundry, on THraD STREET, belowM ark. et
RIGS for Oil WeIIs,SHAFTING,
HANGERS,BOUSE and TOBACG o
0 SUREWS on
IRON TOBACCO PRESSES, on hind end made to
r order, at the - • , . .
Fronting on the Allegheny River, near the Point.
ilir All orders promptly med• THY US
BOILER, STILL AND TAM
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-FLUED TUBULAR,
'FIRR-BOE AND CYLINDER. wriam BOIL-
OIL STILLS - AND
CHDINEYB, BREECHING ANO ASH PANG,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS A24D CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
PRISON DOOM AND OVAL MUTES
Office and Warehouse, corner SCOOlad,
Third, Short and Liberty. Streets,
err Orders sent to the above addresmhs willlB9 be
attended to. 7:
WM. BARNWELL & Co.,
AND SHEET IRON WORKNRS,
Nos. so, sis, lift AND %S PENN ST.
Saving secured a large yard and furnished it
with the meat approved machinery we are pre
pared to mannfacture every description of BOIL
ICES in the hest manner.. and warranted 4011 to
any made in the country. Chimneys Breeching,
Fire Bede, Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers,
Condensers, Salt Pans, Tauts, Oil Stills, Agita
tors, Settling 'Pans, Bollerriron,.Brldgeli;
Pans, and sole manufacturers of Barnhill Pat
Bepalzing done on inortest notice. isEell
WM Y. sausu....-:—.......z0wyr0 D. BUM
JARED M. BRUM & SON,
surrurAortrumas or ,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tank&
SHEET IRON WORK. &O.
6.1 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
IPITTSIrpO I3 Ci*ZETTT: FRIpAY,. ggiPTE*I3F , I3. 24, 1889
NAAR Tux l'Ortrr.)
CARROLL & SNYIDER,
KANTO ACTOMIBB 01
grOVES, CASTINGS, &o.
RO.BO WOOD STREET,
M an ufacturers of the greatest variety of
Cook, Parlor and Heating StoYea,
TO BE .YOUND.
our assortment will be found all the LATEST
PATThRISS AhlD IMPROVhIdEriTU, and the
reputation of our Stoves is such that any one in
Want of a good articleshonld purchase none but
those manufactured by ns, as they will be found
the most durable as well as economical. Would
call narticular attention to our new VoLCAlio
STOVE, for churches, halls sue stores. Over 500
sold in three months. Inte for with or with
out casing. all who have used them pronounce
them superior Lonny other and far cheaper.
Send for Catalogue and Price List. lap
ORO, KUGUS & CO
NIANUFACIIIBIBI3 or EVilar VARINTr or
SEMCVNTJENSEIL , '
BOSTON GOOSING. RANGE,
'THE FIERY FURNACE,"
Fos WArsinEG BUILDINGS.
THE NEW ANTI-DU BT COOKING STOVE.
REGULATOR." COLUMBIA.. COOK 8T0177.,_
LAM otkercinnigluStkul wiaratirs,
REFLECTOR, GBATES,free troisllrt and dast;
GILA= FRO. FICNDERN ,
%Kis and 20$ -Viberty. Street,'
semyrr PITTsBURGH. PA.
0001 i STOVES.
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL di; OIL'S
raze orTruirmous COAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Roast as
eon as any other Stove Ina b a Union.
BISSELL & 00.,
No. 285 'Liberty Street.
AM* on hand sndlor
COMMIE} ItANOT.B. to.
soo. , feet Dry Me Boards.
160. feetlh inch Clear Plank;
25.000 feet 1); Inch Common Flank;
115,000 feet lary 1 and A loch Oak:
• 115,000 ft. )4,_ 1, I,lk, A and 3 inch Poplar:
lea Dry ropier Searitling;
10.000 feet Dry 'Fellow Pine Bouds;
100,000 feet Hemlock Scantling.
1100.000 feet No. 1 18 Inch Southall shin
AOO.OOO No. 116-Inch Shingles, sawed;
school) No. 116-Inch Shingles; 'handl
80,000 Fire Brick:
1.000 Fire 'Tile.
100 To Fire Clay;
Also, Saw 11111 Lumber, Locust and Cedar
Posts, and all articles In line on hand and for
sale by ALL-MANDEB PATTRIISON. Yards—
No. 161 Rebecca street and corner of Preble and
Juniata streets, Sixth ifard.Allepeal, late bor
ough of Manchester. • " ao:s
%LAS& CHINA: CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET'.
FINE - VASES,
DOHNINLAN AND ,
W2YLDLNICA TRA BBIB tIiT I3,
. e stock of
. PIAA.TED - GOODS
or all deaariptiong.
0411 sad exendne out &int end we
feel unified no one need to be suited.
R. E.. BREED & co.
-re iyuk. 1: IL - 0.
• • .1 ANDERSON, ...... .11. A. FREYVOGLE.
W. J. ANDERSON & CO., •
Ifantifecturere of IRON HOUSE FRONTS,
WINDOW LINTELS and SILLS, and
Cisllngs of all Destriptlons,
Nip Special attEnticn paid to ARCHITECTU
RAL ASGS and to Outings for. Window
Olatis H ou ses
OFFIC E 'ND FOU pa —No . ND—No. 150 WATER
KNAP PORT PITT
OFFICE AND WORKS,
lig-Engines, Rolling Mill Ma
chinery, Nap Machines, Re
torts, and Castings generally.
AND PIPE WORKS.
corner Carroll and Sokalloari
JE'rETBI3I - 5 11,013 .
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE
FOR GAB AND WATER W 011321.
My Flues are all cut invariablyin Pits, In drY
sand, and IS feet lengths. Also, full sasertanerit
Castings for Gas and Water Works.
I would Woks he *4tention of Superintend
ents of Gto L. 7 make of REToRTS.
(Successor to JOS. P. HAIGH & C 0.,)
Hu facilities Rest , a n d
with the leading
Forges in the Rut, and 15 ➢prepare t ;] , i_s9
and satisfactorily dli all orders RODS, ArGrti
SHAFTS, CUNISS, PISTON_ ,
PITMAN .IA WRISTS, RAILROAD /LILES,
_together with every
description of SHAPE WORE. Oftice and Forge,
Corner of %wont Way and First Street.
ROBINSON, REA. as, CO.,
ante-aims tO ROZIRSOIS, MIMS A MILLERS,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH,
Mannf =Mere of 'Boat and Steam En
gasetethiLlilast En nel2,
RR Castin g g i e or all deserlptionTOSl Tanfi
and Stills, Soli and blieet Iron Wort.
Once, No. corner First and Smithfield
Agents for GIFIPARD'S PATENT INJECTOR
tor feedlillto ata
THOMAS CARLIN a. CO.,
Patti Ward Foundry and Machine Works,
ILLNDUBEE BT., ALLEGHENY CITY, PA..
Mantifiscrarers of Stationary and Par table Steam
an g el . = tings, Grate Wwis ilt n mest
t ia l z in e l i ld to order 11 1 Us on hand a zn ali v a s of
DIAMOND OIL WORKS.
H. Id. LONG & CO.,
once, DALZELL BUILDING.
WAILING AND KING,
00MIntulon Merchants and Brokers In
Petroleum and Its Products,
DALZELL'S BLOCK, DUQUESNE WO,
Boom 17, Chamber . of Commerce,
121 SOUTH SECOND STRUM
COMMISSION MERCHANTS •
AND DEALERS ta
Petroleum and its Products,
Pittsburgh USlce'-_D_ALZELLIS BUILDERS
canter of utiquesne7sy sad Irwin
Phitadelpidsomei—gsv WALNUT ST.
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
HERBERT M. C. 'MUMS"
Libileatlng & High Test Burt* Oils.
Islip's, noire." Axle 00.
Stands great heat without change; remains
limpid at lowest temperatures. Special Oil for
tropical climates or hot weather.
useousosa... Enos% inssosisso ShoPs
Saw !gill $lll mi.
Adapted for high speed.
Spluale on. WoolHead•llisistO n .
011. Tanners' Stuff. itensale,
bag dsFinishlingoo. 61 1 14011 fies
Harness 00. Parraffine.
ARMOR VARNISH,. to serve ' Bright Iron
Work and Machinery from Bun.
These products are manufactured under Dr.
Twaddle r spatent by superheated Stem in Vac
cue. 'I he Lubricating OIIh are almost odorless,
perfectly pure uniform, and mosti light ad'
ored. stand a high temperature one tined,An a l
remain limpid duals extreme c o ld. De MUM
011 s are unequalled, and are in constant use on
many of the principal Railroads. Uncles can
be examined and orders left at 114 WOOD
STEP , WcwkoWE:P. harpsburg Bridge. -
Machine Stone Worts,
Northwest bonier *SWAG Common. Analtinare
r/UOIVK AT\MIMI( a, co.
BaNtand Or • lePure for an
B s idew SraralliF
vistou. _sem • • T••••tf moo
NO. 80 FOURTH AVENUE,
CASH CAPITAL • •• • 3200.000
Stockholders Individually Liable.
BANK OF 011iCOUNT "AND DEPOSIT.
JOHN FLOYD WM. FLOYD,
Thos. M. Marshall, John M. Mortland,
Wm. T. Shannon, Archibald Wallace,
Chas. W. Leech, Wm.
B. Leech, Win. Floyd.
This Bank la Bank i ng ul organized and prepared
to do a generalbusine ss.
112 Fifth Street l .Fittsburgh, ra.
BTOCKBOLDEBE INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
INTERFST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE _
Bought and soid, and when desired • remitted to
Europe. Collections made on alt the principal
points of the United States and Canada.
DOMINICK Immix, President.
JAMES MCCABE.. Vice President.
W. N. MOBOAN. Cashier.
H. Ihmsen.James McCabe,
Thomas Bourke, Hugh Renting.
J. Dunlery, Jr., Terence Campbell,
Patrick Kane, James Phelan
Chas. B. Barr, • Fl.A.Freywogle ,
Jno.Jos.liermann„ • Thntnag Barnes,
jel:6s . JOS. M. GAZZAM, Solicitor.
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
Incorporated by the Legtslature of Pennsylva
nia, January 24. 1867.' For the safe-keeping
of Bonds and other Securities, Goln and Silver,
Silver Plate. Books. Records. Diamonds and
Valuables of all descriptions, under guarantee,
and for the renting of Safes in its burglar-proof
vaults. Building and 011de:
Jro. S 3 FOURTH arE.ruE,
PIITSBEILO EL PA.
VICE raEstDENT—HENRY LLOYD.
WM. PHILLIPS. JAMES I. BENNETT
Ho NRV LLOYD, BYRON IL PAINTER
WILLIAM REA, JOS. S MORRISON.
WILLIAM M.LYON, GEORGE BLAIL/E.
CURTIS G. HUSSEY.
ti. F. VU'
N HOLMES & SONS,
57 Mailket Street,
Collections made on all the principal points o
tha United States and Canada'.
Stocks,Bonde and other Securities
BOUGHT ♦ND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Particular attention paid to the purchase and
'United States Securities
11AliT, CAUGUEIi & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
(1100CF88OS8 TO MONA, BART AI 00..1
Exchange, Coin, . Coupons,
had particular e 9 tl
sale oln paid to the ;embus
Bight Drafts on London.
PACIFIC RAILWAY GOLD LOAN,
Messrs. DABNEY, MORGIN It, CO., 61
Exchange Plate, and L K. JESUP k CO.,
Pine Street, L Y., offer for sale the
Bonds of the Kansas Pacific Baiiway.
These Bonds pay 'SEVER per cent. in Gold;
hare thirty years to run; are Free•from
Government Taxation; are secured by a
Laad Grant of Three Million Acres of the
Finest Lands in Kansas and Colorado.
n addition to this special grant the Com
pany also owns Three ffilllion3 of Acres
in Kansas, which are being rapidly sold to
evelop the country and improve the road
They are a first mortgage upon the extension
of the road from Sheridan, Kanias, to
Denver, Colorado, The' road in operation
417 mlles long, upon which It is also a mort
gag!, NOW HIRES RORK THAN ENOUGH
NET INCOME TO PIT THE INTEREST
ON TUB NEW LOAN. There le no better
seentity in the market—this being in
lonic respects better than Government '
unities. PRINCIP&L AND INTEREST
PAYABLE IN GOLD. prlra 96, and atom
ed Interest, in Currency. Pamphlets, Diaps
and Medan foaled on application,
SILVER AND COUPONS
Bought at Highest Priccs.
PH. R. MERTZ, Banker
Cor. Wood and Fifth Streets.
JAMES To BRADY & CO.,
Corner Fourth and WOod Sts.,
N 3 AL 1%1" ,
61OLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
Er Interest Allowed on Deposits.
o t Money
market r ue d ,
on Government Bonds at
Orders executed for the Purchase
and Sale of STOOKS, BONDS and
017/7 VIIIRESDAY, oBor Pyrranune
Sept. n CU ZETT
The days during the early period of
the war were nothing in comparison to
the excitement in Wall street. Today
gold opened at 142%, declined to 141%,
reacted under a perfect panic among
the shorts to 144, and closed at 143.
From all appearance gold has not settled
down yet, and in all probability another
upWard turn may be made to day
before enough coupons can be presented
to the Treasury to supply gold in large
amounts, but nobody doubts the ulti
mate heavy decline arising from large
shipments of cotton, grain, flour, pe
trolum and other products.
Governments were very dull and
heavy during the day, until at the close,
when large amounts sere bought to
cover short sales.
Stocks are still heavy, and declining
under the pressure of a close and very
stringent money market. The specula
tive shares are swept away in a moment.
Railroad bonds are dull, heavy and
without any demand.
The local money market is working,
also closer, in preparation of an active t
Quotations . as received by Ph. R.
Mertz: Gold, 143; Silver, 135; Eighty
one's, 119 4 Five Twenties, 1862, L 12%;
do 1884, 120%; do 1865, 120%; do 1865, !'
Consols,118%; do 1867, 118%; do 1868,.
118%; Ten Forties, 109; New York
Central, JB3; Erie,
—; Reading; 93%; r
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne Jr. Chicago !
Railroad, 84%; Ohio & Misisaippi, 129%;
Michigan Southern. 92%; Cleve
land it Pittsburgh, 107%; Chicago &
Rock Island, 108;Chicago & North
Western, 71%; Chicago & North Western
Preferred, 83%; Adams Express Com
pany, 64%; Merchants Union Express,
33%; I;Pacitic Mail, —; Western Union
Telegraph Company, 36%; American Ex
press Company 36%.
Exonenan, Large. Small.
London, per...... 17,15
Pris. per franc' 27 28
Berlin, thaler..- 102 103
Frankfort, florins .59 63
—Closing quotations received by James
T. Brady & Co. Gold: 143; United
States Sixei, 1881, 118%; Five-Twenties;
1862, 121%; do. 1864, 119%; do. 1865, 119%;
Ten-Forties, 108%; Five-Twenties, Janu
ary and July,. VW, 118: do. do. 1887,
118%; do. do. 1868. 117%; Due Com
pounds, —; Union Pacific Railroad,
80; Central do, do,
99; Cy. Pacific,
--; Lake Superiors, 96.
:ay Telegraph to the Pittsburgh 6ezette.l
• NEW Yong, September 23, 1869.
The foetuses of Wall street today were
excitement in the gold room and another
heavy advance in rates, stringency in
money and a panicky feeling in stocks.
The transactions in gold were on a scale
of magnitude without precedent in the
history of the room: The rise today was
based partially on the expected recogni
tion of the Cuban insurgents as belliger
ents at an early day.
Money was very stringent throughout
the day, and in the afternoon the deal
ings on Broad street were revived; the
rates paid were 7 per cent. per annum,
and commissions of q, %@34 per cent.,
while % to % per cent. w paid for
turning the stocks below par, as
and 1 to 2
Per cent. for the high priced stocks.
Late id the afternoon per cent. was
paid on Central and 2% per cent. on
Hudson River,wnile money itself brought
a oomulission of % per. cent. The Hud
son company to-day passed a resolution
in favor of consolidating with the New
York Central, terms to be specified at a
joint convention to be held in a few days.
At the Central Directors' meeting, at Al
bany, yesterday, consolidation
tions were passed. The Judge yester
day credited with issuing an injunction
restraining the directors of the. Central
from acting in the consolidation matter,
denies havingN done so. It is proposed
to change the terms of the recent
consolidation of the Lake Shore and
Michigan Southern and Toledo, Wabash
& Western Railway Companies. South
ern is to be put in at par and Wabash at
760, a dividend of 4 per, cent., cash, to be
paid on Southern on January Ist next,
and after that the dividends are to be of
an equal amount on both, the first divi
dend however, on Wabash not to be
July Ist, 1870. According to the
new arrangement there is to be no
script dividend on Michigan Southern.
Sterling la lower, and closed quiet and
nominal; 434 per, cent. for sixty-day
bills, and 6 per cent. on sight.
The gold market stands at 143%@143%,
and the latest transactiqns were at these
figures; the two extremes of the day
wars) 141 and 144%; the fluctuations were
solrequent that they tilled , . al*Pages of.
AOll4 Room ledger., The rates paid,
far carrying Zit; 142:- to“'t Ver. tent:
Gold 146,0380412, 346 . :
• ant 3 0 t . per
(Successors oS. JONES i C 0..)
BUY AND BELL ALL BINDS 07
OR MOST FAVORABLE TERMS
JAMES T. BRADT & CO
FINANCE AND TRADE,
cent. There ve to -
lend gold on ti me,
are offered for the use of it for 15, 3D or
Governments been lower butl2o closed
firm: Coupons of 1881, %; do.
'62,firstname.lastname@example.org%; do. '6l, 120@120%; do.
'65, 1203,',C6121; do. new 11834©1183 / 4; do.
'67, 116%@1183',; do. '6B, 11834@118%;
10-40 s, 108;a11109%; Pacifies, 107%©108,
The Sub-Treasurer bought $1,000,000 at
Pacific Railway mortgages increasing
in favor with investors, owing to large
earnings of the road. The offerings are
light. The earnings of Union Pacific
road for the first seventeen days of Sep
tember are officially reported at 5409.-
493 11. ' A. round lot of Union Pacific
sold at 87%. Central Pacific are quoted
btate bonds dull: Missouris, 86%;
old Tennessees, 81; new Tennessee's,
54%; old Virginias, 54;4; new do. .58; old
North Carolinas, 50%; new North Caroli
Stocks are feverish and unsettled, but
geneaally firmer during the forenoon
and early afternoon, but closed lowee
and panicky, particularly:in:Vanderbilt
shares, which closed at the lowest rates
of the day.
Canton, 54; Cumberland, 30; Western
Union Telegraph, 36%; Quicksilver, 14;
Mariposa, 83.0 do. preferred, -17; Pa
cific Mail, 74; Adams Express, 55.
Wells, Fargo, & Co., 18 1 4; American, a 334;
United States, 55; Merchants Union, 11%;
New York Central,lBl; Harlem,l4o; Hud
son, 160; Reading, 94.; Erie, 35%; do.
preferred, 65; Michigan Central, 125;
Michigan Southern, 91%; Illinois Cen
tral, 136; Pittsburgh, 107%; North
western, 71%: do. preferred, 82%; Cleve
land, Columuns and Cincinnati, 74; Rock
Island, 108; St. Paul, 71%; do. Preferred.
81%; Wabash, 65. ' do. preferred, 81; Fort
Wayne 04%; Terre Haute, 32: do.
preierred, f.6%• ' Chicago, and Alton 144;
do. preferred, 144; Ohio and Mississippi,
29%; Columbus, Cincinnati and Indiana
Central, 26%, St. Joseph 113.
Mining Shares dull.
Copper Stocks at Boston: Copper Falls,
8; Franklin, 11; Heels, 70; Quincy, 23.
Sub-Treasury balance, $85,286,859.
Geld clearances, $154,000,600.
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
THURSDAY, Sept. 23, 1869. 1 •
The oil market was somewhat excited
and feverish to-day, under the influence
of the advance in gold and general dis
ruption in financial circles in New York,
and while compared with yesterday,
prices have undergone no material
change, yet as already intimated, there
was a very sensitive feeling manifested,
and operators generally were disposed
-to hold off and await future develop
ments. The worst feature noticeable
to-day, was the report that some of the
New Yorkers were unable to meet their
drafts, and another -thing that depresses
the market is the unusual dullness of
exchange. Heretofore, ,an advance in
, gold has been followed by an advance in
I oil, but latterly this has had little or no
effect. Indeed to-day, right in the face
of an important appreciation in the
former, the latter would and did not
bring the prices current yesterday; but
this as already intimated, was attributed
to the stagnation in foreign exchange, as •
well as the stringency in money matters
in New York. As might be expected,
considerable anxiety is felt as to the
future course of the oil market; so far as
we could learn, there are but few who .
ent rtaln hopes of any materialimprove- ,
me t during this month; there are some
wh expect a better state of a ff airs next
mo th, while others, again, do not be- •
lie •e, that prices will ' rule higher, that is
for any length of time, this year. This
tat er class, base their predictions on
;11 ground that most if not all of our re
fill rs will go into operation at once, and
tb t tile bhipments will increase so
la gely that the supply will be fully
a equate to the demand. Those who
e pact better prices next month and dn.
ri g the remainder of the year , argue
t at in no event will the supply ss stall
ci nt to meet the demand; that there will
b more oil wanted from now until Jan
u ry Ist, than there was during the cor
r s pending time last year; and that
s mks east as well as in Europe are corn
p ratively light. We have thus en
avored to give the feelings and views
) some of the different elements en
aged in the business, and that we have
ated them- correctly, and impartially
o fair minded operator will dispute.
CB.IIDE. - -- -
But a single option reported
as paid for the privilege of placing
~000 bbls any time between this and
pril next, at 14, Spot was offered
reely to-day, at 14% without finding
avers; and lines for late months, it is
d, were offered at 14M. Seller all
ear, was wanted at 14, with no offers to
-ell below 14;i.
Market opened very weak and dull,
•ut in the afternoon the feeling was
ether better, and September sold at a
slight advance. The only sale reported
up to 3P. at, was 1,000 bale September,
at 32; early in the day 31X(V11 3 / 4 - were
the best offers. October was quoted at
32@3*1„ and the same figures vi ill ap
ply to lines.
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil 40 0
Eclipse Railroad Axle
Eclipse Machinery 760
Eclipse Spindle 800
RECEIPTS OP CRUDE OIL BY A. V. B. R.
'rarentum Oil Works, 1,040 bbls on as
of Fulton Marvin & Co; Stella Oil
Works, 80 do on account H. hicKelvy;
National Works, 960 do on account John
Munhall &. Co; Cosmos ' 480 on account
Fisher it Bro; D. BlritCo. 24 on account
McAllister 43 Co; D. Bly &- Co: 24 on ac
count Alexander & Co; Citizens Oil
'Works 480 on account G. S. Thomas.
Total 3,064 bbls.
OIL SHIPPED EA ST BY A. V. B. R.
Lockhart, Frew & Co. 632 bbls refined
to, Warden, Frew & Co., Phila.
Braun & Wagner 308 bbls refined to
Waring, Kingot Co., Philadelphia.
Citizens -011 - )3o. 52 bbls refined to
Tack &- Bros., Philadelphia.
J. C. Kirkpatrick & Co., 53 bbls to
Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.'
A. W. Bell 50 bbls tar to Truax & Co.,
Total Relined 945
OIL SHIPMENTS PER WEST PENNA. B B.
Mentzer, Hepler & Co., 468 bbls ref. to
'Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.
OIL SHIPPED EAST AT DUQUESNE DEPOT.
H. W.-C. Tweddle. 10 bbls refined to
Stevenson & Bro.. Philadelphia.
D. Bly & Co. 8 bbls refined to Charles
Dry Goods Market.
Nnw Yong, September 23.—Although
the market is moderately active, it is
nevertheless, weak on certain styles of
plain cottons, partiulaily cotton flannel.
The Pemberton C have been reduced to
day from 18c to 15%c; New England from
17%0 to 16c; Reynolds A A 4-4. Bleached
=Wins from 15%c to 18co; Pacific L
Brown sheeting from 1450 to 140; Atlan
tio L 4-4;: Brown from 14% to 14; Harris .
N, bleached, from 11% to 11; Hills
Bleallied muslin 1%0, Hills, am also Fo r
duffed bittice half a cent per jar* • -