The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, October 04, 1869, Image 6
6. STEEL WORKS. pIT'l SHUR GB STEEL WORKS. STABLISHED 1843, ANDERSON & WOODS, MASL'FACTCREBS Or ZEST REFINED CAST STEEL Of every description. Also, beet Refined German Plow and Sprin Steel. CORNER ROSS AND FIRST AVE:. E,Pltts 'nrqh. Pa. au16:II41. MILLER, BIRR & P KIN. GENERAL PARTNERS: WM. METCALF, REUBEN PARKIN 1 1 E0. W. BARR, CHAS. PARKIN. SPECIAL PARTNER—S. M. KIER, CRESCENT STEEL WORKS, BILLER ; BARR & PARKIN, OFFICE, No. 139 Liberty Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. fel4:d43 DUQUESNE WORKS. • COLEMAN, RUM & CO., Manufacturers of. IRON, NAILS, STEEL, AXLES AND SPRINCS,. 3:II7WITESNE, L S AND JUNIATA, FLAT BAR. BOUND AND soptr4RE IRON. BAND, HOOP, SHEET AND TANK IRON. BOILER PLATES AND HEADS. - GUARD IRON, DRAG and DROPPER BARS, FLANGE.; currzu BARS, CYLINDER TV AND FLAT RAIL, for Coal Roads. C,ROWBARS,WEDGES HARROW TEETH, RLNG /...ND CULTIVATOR STEEL, WINGS AND MOULDS cut to pattern. STEEL TIRES, STEEL SHAFTING, A. B. TKEL. COACH, BUGGY and A.GON SPRINGS and ILES. CUT NAILS AND SPIKES. Goods First Glass and Warranted. OFFICES AND WORKS. alrteenth Street and Allegheny River, and IT Water Street. Pittsburgh. 13.129 MHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS. RINGER NIE1011.& 00., - PITTSBURGH. PA.. Xsztufactarers of every description of CAST AND GERMAN STEEL, ELLI... : AXLESLORM SPRGS, STEEL TIRE £c., au Warehouse, 83 Water and 100 First Ste. -LACK DIAMOND I ;LI STEEL WORKS. PiliK, BROWER & CO., Tfianfaeturers of all deecriptlona of * =ULM. - lae and 'Warehouse, THIRTIETH, THIRTY TIRST and RAILROAD STREETS, PITTSBUBGFH. BRASS FOUNDERS. HENRY BIER, aIJETAVUEBLECLI. HENRY BIER & CO., SUCCESSORS TO JOHN M. 000 PER & Bell ' and Brass Founders. BEASS CASTINGS MADE PROMPTLY TO ORDER. Maleable and Grey Iron Fittings, GAS PIPE AND TUBING, THROTTLE, SKEET! HD CHECK VALVES, GLOBE PiATTEBN; Uhf COCIKS, Brass Work of every deseaVtion for Steam, Water and (FIL 3SAMIJFACTURERB OF J. M. COOPER & CO'S improved Balance-Wheel Steam Pump. Agents for Dreyfus' Patent Oil ers, the best in the Market. OMee and Works, corner Thirteenth and Pike treats. " WC ATU . OOD & 111cCALFFELEY, Corner Liberty street and Third Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa., , BRASS FOUNDERS AND IRON PIPE FITTERS, And AGENTS fa A. S. CAMERON & CO'S STEAM PUMPS AND BLOWERS. IRON WORKS. BLLERSIIIIISEN PROCBSS, The Trustees are now prepared to grant Men ges for the use of the .ELLERSLIAUtiIf , N PRO CBS& The superior quality imparted to good iron, t he pest improvement ininferioylroni and the reduced cost,commend it Walt manufacturers of Iron. Parties wishing to use it can obtain licenses by applying to JAMES P. SPEER Attorney for the Tnisteev, BOOMS 1 and R, English's . Building, afIX Bonith avenue. Parties Interested are invited -to:. elait" the 11110 BIN BERGER WORKS, where the' roceirs Row succemiiiii operation. teil:dls7 EVEIIBOIII,PRESTON'Es; Miks. Warehouse. Usd 11.61' 71118 T 2711.14 ET, opposite Monongahela Rouse, UM: d 6 - PITTSBURGH, NOITECLITT WORKS. piTTsiviAttdi ' NOVELTY -WORKS. dd Rounded A. D. 1838. ADAMS, M'KEE & CO. acktarrAmrigrats ; os WAYITTONT,grAtuateNK El PAT &MT PLATFORMAmD COUNTER SCALES. Js pa nceit i r t itSikar iti ssol CORTEZ .0P FULTZ iWilurdithsit Ers, rinsburss. ea's.. ENGINES, BOILERS, &o. HUGH M 1 BOLE S‘ Con Point Alley and Duquesne FL, W3aa VII POINT,) Engine Builders, Founders and • Machinists.• Mantaletnre STEAMBOAT ENGINES and STA •TIONARY ENGINES of all sizes. & Medal attention invited to our new STATION OIL WELL ENGINE AND PORTABLE BOILER, of 15-borsevower. I CASTINGS, of every kind, made to order atour Fonndty, on THIRD STREET, below Market. RIGS for Oil Wells, SHAFTING, PULLEY% HANGERS, HOUSE and TOBAC SWF/EMI and IRON 'TOBACCO PRESEUra, on hand and nude to order, at the • INDUSTRIAL WORKS, Fronting on the Allegheny River, near the Point, PITTBBirR6H, PA. —. All orders promptly Tr! ye FORT PITT BOILER, STILLANII TANK WORKS. CARROLL & !SNYDER, XANtrfiCTURZIOS OP - TUBULAR; DOUBLE.PLUED TUBULAR, FIBS-BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM BOIL OIL RB. , O STILLS AND OIL TANEB, 'CHIMNEYS, BREECHING, A2.CD ASH PANS, D U NGSET S: PANS, SALT PANS AND RCON STEAM PIPES, , GASOMETERS AND IRON BRIDGES: PRISON DOORS AND COA4, SHIITES Office and Warehouse, corner Second, Third, Short and Liberty Streets, PITTSBURGH, Pa air Orden seta to the abotre addreas will be prontotls attended to. mh7:18.3 WH. BARNHILL & CO., BOILER MAKERS • AND SHEET IRON WORKERS, NOB. 20, MI, A...AND 26 PENN ST. Having secured a large yard and furnished It with the most approved machinery we are pre pared to manufacture every description of BOIL ERS in the best manner, and warranted equal to any made in the country. Chimneys Breeching, Fire Beds, Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers, Condensers, Salt Pans, Tants, Oil Billie, Agita tors, Settling Pans, Boller Iron, Bridges, Sugar Pans, and sole zaanufacturers of Barnhill's Pat ent Boilers. Repairing done on snortest notice. tastati JAB= EDISDND D. BUMS JARED M. BRUSH & SON, .11/NtI'ACTUILDEL9 Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks. SHEET IRON WORK, &O. 61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. STOVES, CASTINGS, &o. Dirrx 'NO. 80 WOOD STREET, gin I facturers of the tt greatest 'variety of . , Cook, Parlor and Heating States; . TO BF POUND.' In ot r assortment will be found all the LATEST PATThRNS AND 131PROVIt.SIENTsi, and the reputatloof our Stores Is such that amone in Want of a God article should purchase none but i t those man factored by us, as they will be found the most durable as well as economical. Would call Darticular attention to our new VOLCANO STOVE, for churches, halls and stores. Over fitiO sold In three months. Intended for with or with out casing. All who hare used them pronounce them superior to any other and far cheaper. Send for Catalogue and Price List.. Je.lo 1LLN17AC71711.1,1313 07 3VIENI7 vAttrzrr OP BOSTON COOKING RANGE , "THE FIERY FURNACE " Yon W/SCILII46 Butt.nnrsa. THE NEW ANTI-DUST COOKING STOVE. "REGULATOR." COLUMBIA COOK STOVE, RAN(Cincinnati Pattern) PORTABLE GE CAST IRON MANTLES, WEILLMA.N , B GRATE TORO_IBATES, free trom art and dust; PROS. PIi,NDKRS, 206 and 208 Liberty Street,' • 5e25:07 PITTSBURGH, PA. COOS STOVES. CET THE BEST. BISSELL * CO.'S TRIUMPH, 1 FOB BITUMIROUS COAL. Warrantel to Cook, Bake or Boast u cell as EV other Store In the Union. BISSELL & CO., 285 Liberty Street. kisoonkand • and Mr Ws, PARLOR STOVKii, EZA944I COJINNO fIAMIES. Le. LUMBER. OBUILDERS: M.OOO feet Dry Pins Boards. ,150.000 feet 13i inch Clear Plank; 05.000 feet 13f inch Common Plank.; 515,.000 feet Dry 1 and A inch Oak: 915,000 ft.l, 14, Si and 3 inch Poplar: 10.000 feet Dry Poplar scantling; 10,000 feet Dry Tellow Pine Boards; 100,000 feet HeWoelt Scantlhig. - . '803.000 feet No. 1 18 inch Saginattirldnw' glee. 1100.000 No. 116-inch Shingles, sawed; 50,000 No. 116-Inch Shingles, shaved; 80,890 Fire Brick; 1,000 Fire Tile. - • • 100 Tons Fire Clay; 1- - Also, Saw Mill Lumber, Locust and Cedar Posts, and all articles In the line on-hand and fig sale by ALE ANDER PATTERSON. 'Yards— No. 151 Bebe street and corner of Preble and Juniata street Sixth urard.ADeglienyelate bor ough of Manchester, Sapid GLASS. OHINA. - CUTLERY. 100 WOOD. STREET. NEW GOODS. FINE VASES, BOIIIEALLIS *BD • CHINA. NEW BIPMES DILSpiaR SETI T GliT ours, SMOKING. SETS, A large stock of SILVER PLATED GOODS of all deicripUous. Call and examine oar goods, and we feeIEG.E astlaned laden. need fall to be malted. . BREtIED LOOSWOOD STREET. PITTSBURGH GAZETTE:MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, • 1869. FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS. W. J ANDZRSON IL A. FREYVOGLE. --•••• MONONGIIIELI FOUNDRY - • W. J. ANDERSON F.: CO., • Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE I FRONTS, WL'iiDOW LINTELS apd BILLS, and Castings of oil Descriptions. W Special attantlen paid to ARCHITECTU RAL CASTINGS and to Caatings for Window Glass Houses..'.. OFFICE ND FOUNDRY—No. 150 WATER STREET, Pittsburgh. Pa. SNAP FORT PITT FOUNDRY COMPANY. OFFICE AND WORKS, TWELFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. ri'Engines, Rolling Mill Ma chinery, Nail Machines, Re torts, and Castings generally. NATIONAL FOU2iDRY AND PIPE WORKS. Corner Carroll and Smallananclroota, • (NINTH WARD,) P.ri" . .ll9l3lThilari t WILLIAM SMITH, Manufacturer of OAST IRON BOWL PIPE 808 Ge 2 AND WATER WORKS. 11 Pities are all cut ln?artahlyln Pita, in dry und. and 12 feet lengths . £lso , toll assortment of general CBStillgS for liam and Water Works. • DUQUESNE FORGE. WILLIAM MILLER, (Suctessor to JOS. P. HAIGH & C 0.,) Has facilities co-extensive with the leading Forges In the East, and Is prepared to promptly and satisfactorily fill all orders for STEAMBOAT SHAFTS,' CRANES, PISTON /lUDs, LEVERS, PITMAN .TAMS. WRISTS, RAILROAD AXLES, LOCOMOTIVE FRAMES. _tog.ether with every description of SHAPE WOK.R Office and Forge, Corner of Duquesne IVay and First Street. ar.4:1,0 ROBINSON, FLEA be CO., Successors to BOisueeox, MI US a Mix.x.mas, WASHINGTON WORKS, FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH, Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Steam En gines Blast Engines, Mill Machinery, Clearing, Shafting, Castings of all descriptions: Oil Tanks and Stills, Boller and Sheet Iron Work. Oftlce, ISi, corner First and Smithfield Streets. Agents for 9IFFLESDIS PATENT INJECTOR for feeding Boilers. • jallabf THOMAS CABLES & CO., Fourth Ward Foundry and Machine Works, tULIGDIISKY BT.. ALLIEMEITY CITY, PA., Manufacturers of Stationary and Portable Stearn Engine tin Presses, Pulley, Grist and haw s, Mill Work, Rotlings,Shafting and Machine Castings, Orate Bars, Weights, Wagon Boxes, &c. Braid to order and have on hand Engines of all sizes. , OILS. DIAMOND OIL WORKS, H. M. LONG & CO., 041ce, DALZELL BUILDING, [eta Duquesne Way. Pittsburgh. Pa. WARING-AND RESIG, Commission Menhants and Broken is Petroleum and Its Products, DALZELL'S BLOCK, DUQUESNE WAY, PHIL,&DZLIIILL ADDB.ICSS, Boom 17, Chamber of Commerce, US SOUTH BECODID STREET. TACK BROTHERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, LND DEALERS IN Petroleum and its Products, e ciT= b olli k uq=11;11 1 1 1. 110. B9014 Philadelphia Oftlee—LlT WALNUT ST. spl:vrao ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY. HERBERT W. C. 'MEDDLE, lIIANEFACTURICII or Labricating & High Test Butting 01Is. selipse itallroad Azle 011. Stands at hest without change; remains limpid at lowest temperatures. lipecial 011 for tropical climates or hot weather. Locomotive. Engine, /laehlne shop. Wtli cut Screws. Sane Mill and Planing Oils. ' Adapted tor high speed. apindie Oil, WooliHsad•Light 011, rs Oil, Tahnel Stuff- gienaple, lag & Finishing 011,,fiasoline, Harness Oil. iParralans. ARMOR VARNISH._ to preserve Bright Iron Work and Machinery from Oct. These products are manufactured under Dr. Tweddle , s_patent by Superheated Steam in 'VW coo. Ihe Lubricating 0111; are almost odorless. perfectly p ore. uniform, and meetly light and mod. , start d aldeptemperature unchanged._ and remelt:llkm pld during extreme cold. TheManroad Oils are unequalled, and are In constant use on many of the principal Railroads. Samples can be examined and orders left at 124 WOOD STREET. Works at nharrukporg Bridge. STONE. WEST COMMON .kfackiner Miens Works, srOrthwest corner of Waist Common, Jalegiunif•. ATVATEIItCO. time on hand or meipare on abort . notice React! and step Stones , fin atdevrallsellra Vaults.- la , Beadin Tomb (WM Vtoiciptly wonted. rrien SlainvOulig FINALNCLAL. AMERICAN BANK, NO. 80 FOURTH AVENUE, PITTSBURGH. • • • • 8200.000 sidually Liable. iT AND DEPOSIT. WM. FLUID, Cashlel 'ORO. CASH CAPITAL Stokholders In RANH OF DISCOIT JOHN FLOYD President. DIRE. Thos. M. Marshall, Wm. T. Shannon, James W. Arrott, Chas. B. Leech, John Floyd, This Bank is now full to do a general Banking jelOki? John M. Mortland, Archibald Wallace, Jas. D. Kelly, Wm. Floyd. organized and prepared •ualnesa. FIFTH AVENUE BANE Of Pittsburgh, Is n t w open for Discount, Deposit And General Ban ing Business. An sum received from Ohs Dollar upwards. Interest at the rate of six per cent. paid on time deposits 803317a1 ED. MI lIRIEHE. W. P. WEYMAN. W: lI..SiMS. FRANK MERERT, W. (!. RORERTSCIN, HENRY 3IEYER, DAN. KINZER. D. M. ARMOR. it.MIL,POERSTEL. ED. DITHRIDGE' t President. F. F. SCHENCK. Cashier. CITY BANK. 112 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, a. CAPITAL, 13100,000. STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE. tiTEREST PA D ON DEPOSITS. FOREIGN Boulght and sold. and Europe. Collections . points of the United k , ' DOMINICK 111 JAMES SICC♦ l i W. h. MORG DIR EXCHANGE hen desired remitted to ade on all the principal ates and Canada. sits, President. V., Vice President. N. Cashier. crOits. James McCabe, Hugh Keating. Terence Campbell, James Phelan, H.A.Freyvogle, Thoma 3 'Barnes, GAZZ dollcitor. Ti E D. Ihmsen, Thomas Rourke, J. Dunlevy, Jr., Patrick. Kane, Chas. B. Barr, _ . Jno.Jos.liermann Jel 3 5 JOB. IT COMPANY Of Pittsbni.gh. SAFE REPO Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylva nia, January 24, 1667. For 'the safe•keeping Of Bonds and other St:entitles, Gold 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 Office: Jro. S 3 FOURTH .1 IrEJME, PITTSBURGH, PA eRESIDENT-WILLIAM PHILLIPS. Pitu,:IDENT-111.NRY LLOYD =I WM. PHILLIPS, JAMES I. BENNETT, HP NWT I.LoTD, , 111 - RoN IL PAINTER, WILLIAM REA. Jos. S. moßms%lN. WILLIAM 31. LYoNI. LiEOIIIIE BLALK, i:URTIS Li. HCISEI SECRETARY . TREAECRE.B. :J. F. VON 130N7511 1 J14 - 312 au2S:r.G7 1111111.1.=MIMEMMEMM HART, CAU HEY k Co., BANKERS AND BROKERS, Corner Third and Wood Streets, PrITS/31MOLI, Pd., 1111NC=OBIS TO HAZNA, ELLET s C0..1 DLA.LI4III3 11l Exchange, Coin, Coupons, And particular attention veld to the twain , and sale 01 GOVERNMENT BONDS. Sight Drafte on London. PACIFIC MILWAY GOLD LOAN, Messrs, DABNEY, MORGAN & CO., 5: &change Plate, and N. E. JESUP & CO., 19 Pine Street, N. Y., offer for sale the Bonds of the Eansas Pacific Railway, These Bonds pay stir per cent. in Gold; have thirty years to run; are Free from Government Taxation; are secured by a Land Grant of Three Million Acres of the Finest Lands in Kansas and Colorado. In addition to this special grant the Com pup also owns Three Millions of Acres in Kamm, which are being rapidly sold to develop the country and improve the road, They arc a first mortgage upon the extenshm of the road from Sheridan, Kansas, to Den*, Colorado. The road in operation, 417 miles long, upon which it is also a Mort- gage, NOW ELIAS MORE THAN ENOUGH NET INCOME TO PIT TUE INTEREST ON THE NEW LOAN. There is no better security in the . narket—this being in some respects better 4han Government Se• MUNCL PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD. Pries 96, and accru ed i birrest, in Currency. Pamphlets, Naps add archlel tarnished on application, a axial t.f..(4':•r!.;i , .......i...." .., , : i ~.1?- -.E FINANCIAL. Goy, SILVER AND COUPONS Bought at Highest Priccs. PH.. R. MERTZ, Banker Cor. Wood and Fifth Streets. MHOLMER & SONS, A. 3 • =fr , litzto ••=-44 57 Market Street, l'l'Pr'TSl3lTlloll', JPAL. Collections made on all the principal Points Of the United dtates and Canada,. Stocke,Bonds and other Securffieo BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Particular attention paid to the purchase and sate of United States Securities. ,130:a3. JAMES 81 BRADY & GO (Bneceszors 08. JONES a C 0..) Corner Fourth and Wood Sts., DS AL PoT 31E i. s, BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS 07 GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS, ON MOST 7.ANOBABLE TEEMS. or Interest Allowed on Deposits. air Hones , loaned on Government Bonds at lowest market rates. Orders executed for the Purchase and Sale of STOCKS. BONDS and GOLD. JAMES T. BRADY & CO. TRADESMEN'S NATIONAL BANK, Wood St., corner Second Avenue. A. BRADLEY, President,. CYRUS CLARKE, Jr., Cashier. Interest paid on Deposits. Gold, Coupons, Bonds and Stocks bought and . thiLF ''_:.ll - s Pittsturgt 6ayttt, FINANCE AND TRADE, OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, SATURDAY, October 2, 1869. The unsettled condition of the gold and stock market has temporarily checked mercantile transactions all over the country. Values of every kind are affected by the average decline of gold ab out six per cent., and a new basis has to be assumed, should gold perma nently stay below 130, for which there is a good prospect 'now. For commercial reasons, the premium should decline during the present month to about 125, although the market is at present sus tained_at about 130,:partly on account of an easy money market, but more so for preventing a too rapid decline in the market value of stock, in order to ob tain a price for them by money lenders, with whom they are pledged on mar gins, for the adyance of money to protect themselves from loss. Wall street and its vicinity assumed a quieter aspect at the close of the past week, and nearly all the gold contracts are satisfactorily settled. After a careful investigation of the whole transactions of the "bull" clique it turns out, that they were heavy losers at the end of set tlement because of the large decline in stocks, of which they were the largest holders on small margins. It also came to light that after all, the smaller firms lost comparatively less ,than the larger houses, who depended on their immense resources in weathering the storm. An other question, no less important than the gold premium, is the future market value of bonds; and it 'remains to be seen how far they will be effected by the decline in gold. The mere fact of this decline should improve their value even in currency, provided, Europe was a buyer of them at present. This not being the case, and a hardening tendency of the money‘market evident, by the more rapid movement of western 'produce to a market while prices are yet fair—it may fairly be presumed that bonds will andnally approach' the:.erfees - of kik season. Thts reasoning may - be supported by,the early_withdrawal of the Government from the market as I:pur chafer. Id feat; the Gev.ernment only sustained the market Igloo by purchases at high rates; and generally above the average market quotation. . In stocks the market did not reach, with that activity usual to a heavy de cline, for fear of a stringent money mar. ket; but a large share of the stocks held by Wall street has been transferred to private investors from all over the conn tryLand any further decline would bring in hosts of country purchasers lat low' rates and for permanent investment. In our local market the banks and bankers are supplying their friendfiwith all the money required at reasonable rates, but outsiders tind it difficult to ob tain motley under 12 per cant. Bank stocks are 'still inquired fbr, but permanent investments in •local bonds. not desired. Quotation- licefired R. .Y f . ~, . r Mertz: Gold, 130: Silver, 125; FlghtY one's 1171 4 /; Five Twenties, 119,'; do 1864, 119%; do 1865 , 119%; do 1865 , 1 Consols, 117%; do 1867, 117%; do 1868, 117%; Ten Forties, 109%: New York Central, 179; Erie, 133; Reading, 9 3%; Pittsburgh. Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad, 83%; Ohio At Misissippl, 127; Michigan Southern, 82%; Cleve land it Pittsburgh, 90%; Chicago At Rock Island, 106%; Chicago & North Western, 71%; Chicago & North Western Preferred, 84 1 5; Adams Express Com pany, 50%; Merchants Union Express, MX; Pacific Mail, —; Western Union Telegraph Company, 36%; American Ex press Company 30. EXCHANGE, Large. Small. London, per £ $6,48 $6,55 Paris. per franc....... ........ 26 27% Berlin, thaler 95 96% Frankfort, florins 56 58 —Closing quotations received by James T. Brady & Co. Gold: 130; United States Sixes, 1::1, 119%; Five-Twenties; 1862, 119%; do. 1864, 119%; do. 1665019%; Ten-Forties, 109%; Five-Twenties, Janu ary and July, 1865, 117%; do. do. 1867, 117%; do. do. 1868, 117%; Due Com pounds, SO; Union Pacific Railroad, 99; Central do, do, 108%; Cy. Pacific, 96; Lake Superiors, 96. (By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Guette.l NEW Yonk, October 2, 1869. Money steady at 7 per cent. curiency. to 7 per cent. gold for loans on call. Sterling firmer at B@S%. Gold_lower opening at 130%, advancing to 1304 and closing at 129%. The following is the Bank Statement : Loans, N 55,239,649; decrease, $8,202,174. Specie, $15,402,849; increase 81,934,463. Circulation, $34,169,409; increase, $173,- 328. Deposits, $184,124,508: increase, $2,- 893,715. Legal. tenders, $54,209,089, in c rease, $1,184,000. Governments lower, closing dull but steady. Coupons: 1881. 119 1 ,1 - ai• 119j.‹; '62, 119%@119yg; '64, 119%@119 3 •;; '65, @119%; new do., 117, 5 ,',g117%; '67, i 117% @117%; '6B, 117%©117%; 1040's, 109%@ 10.91,.; Currency Sixes, 1083,f@109. State Bonds lower. Missouris, 85%; new •Tennessees, 52.;; Mis , ouris 85%; new North Carolina 53. Stocks have been some what irregular, but on the whole were firm during the day, with a buoyancy on the Vanderbilt shares. Central sold high as 179%. Market closed firm, though hardly up to the best prices of the day. Canton, 51; Cumberland, 25; Western Union Telegraph, 36; Quicksilver, 12%; hfariposa, 9; do. preferred, 17; Pacific Mail, 61%; Adams Express, 52; Wells & • Fargo, 16; American, 3U%; United. States, 51; Merchants Union; 9%; New York Central, 179; Harlem, 132%; ludson 163%; Reading, 93%; Erie. 33; clO. vreferred,s9; Michigan' Central 11W; Michigan South ern, 82 1 ‘; Pittsburgh, 4 92; Northwestern, 703,1: do. preferred, 84%; Cleveland, Co lumbus & Cincinnati, 73; Rock Island, 106 1 St. Paul, 69%; do. preferred, 81%; Tole - do,Lt Wabash, 57; Fort Wayne, 83%; Terre Haute, 30; do. preferred, 56; Chi cago It Alton, 144; Ohio & Mississippl,27; St. Joe, 109. Mining shares dull. Boston prices: Copper Falls, 7; Frank lin, 11; Hada, 60. Imports fur the week: Dry goods, 81,- 680 538; general merchandise, $3,702,666. Exports of specie for week, $262,196. Sub Treasury balance; $91,989,034, in cluding less than six millions currency. PETROLEUM MARKET. OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, SATURDAY, October, 2, 1869. REVIEW FOR THE WEEK% The oil market was moderatively ac tive during the first two or three days of the' week, but since then it has b i een very quiet; and the sales unusually light. On Wednesday there seemed to be quite a panic in refined. spot or Sep tember, selling down to 303.,:@303; on Thursday and Friday, however, the feeling was stronger, prices improved considerably, though as already noted, there was but little done. To-day the market was again exceedingly quiet, though compared with yesterday, priCes were unchanged. Receipts crude this week, 17,300 bbls; last week, 19,502; January Ist to date, 644,749; same time last year, 835,417; Ex ports refined this week, 16,093;" last week,116,328; January Ist to date, 469,544; same time last year, 621,053. Sales this week, 45,500; last week, 70;000. CRUDE. But a single sale reported 2,000 spot at 143;, and seller all the month may be Quoted at 14%@14,w 4 . Seller all year may be quoted at 14%@143, with sales during Wednesday and Thursday of 12,500 bbls at these quotations. Nothing done in buyer option all year for some time—nominal at 15. p0:444::•441 But a single sale, 500 bbls last half 0 •- tober at 3231,. There were offers to buy spot at 31%, but, apparently, no sellers below 32; October to December, quoted at 32%©3235. There has been consider able oil sold to go south and west du ring the week, and - the :shipments both by rail and river, particularly by river, have been large. LIIBRIOATING OILS Eclipse Winter Lubricating 0i1.... Eclipse Railroad Axle Eclipse Machinery Eclipse Saindle RECEIPTS OF CRIME OIL BY A. V. B. B. Standard Oil Co. 409, on account of Fisher Bro; Citizens Ref. Co. 978 .on stc l count Owaton tit Sowers; Edgerton & Co; 180 do'on account G S Thomas; Waring, King & Co. 978. - Total 2,525 bbls. RECEIPTS CRUDE OIL DT RIVER. Mawhinney & Bro.. Jackson & Bro.. ...... Owston & Bowers,. J. Gillespie.... G. S. Thomas Total.. Dry Goods Mar Net. NEw. Yonx.. October 2.—The market was rather quiet, yet steady for most classes of heavy and staple fabrics, while it is a little depressed for irregular grades 'of cotton goods in sympathy with the recent decline in raw material all leading makes of Glazed Catobrica having been reduced to 9%0. No more saleable at concession, while high colors. are 10350. Canton Flannels are more steady, and Lawnia common are now 19c; Hamilton Brown XX 27340; Amoskeag 25c; Ellerton P 13.4 c; Massa. chusetts R 130. Caledonia Checks steady at 16c for No. 7,21 c for No. 9, 260 for No. 50,' and 28%c for No. 8. Stark A Bags 450. Androscoggin do. 45. Worsted Braids in all colors at 750. Pacific Mills 3, colored Alpacas at 2234@)25c, and Orientals at 1834@2234. Pacitic Mills Prints at 1334, Richmonds 13@1335, Orientals 1234,®13, Amoskeag brown dry 17@)1735, Rockport do. 18, Stark brown sheeting• 16, Augusta do. 14 Y., Pacific L 14, Tremont and Suffolk E 10%. : , DErrtOrr, October 2.—Wheat: ,recelota 33,000 bust; 10 lower. with - extra white at 809; No, 1, do 41,23; -regular #1.,14, and amber 111,1301,14. 40a 85a 75a 80a ... 3,236 bbls. 3,412 ‘g .... 1,000 1,000 " 592 " 9,040 "