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THE BEST STOVES.
A. BRADLEY ar.. CO.
Manufacturers of the greatest varlet:3r of
Cook, Parlor ond Heating Stbves,
TO BE FOUND IN THE STATE.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Base Burning Ori
ental Stove and Furnaces for Hard Coal or Coke.
Best In the World for Parlor.ollice. :store or Church.
Fire needs no rekindling bums all winter. Do net
buy until you see or send for Circular.
No. 30 WOOD STREET
Our Agents for Orientals—DE %OILER BROS
Smithfield St.; GEO. HURLEY, Allegheny City.
GRAFF, KUGUS. & CO
MANUFACTITEMIS OP xi - saY VAELITT OP
gS II I II CONT3MI3,
BOSTON COOKING RANGE,
`• THE FIERY FURNACE,"
FOR WARNING BUILDINGS.
THE NEW ANTI-DUST COOKING STOVE,
"REGULATOR." COLUMBIA COOK STOVE,
VAN'S I Cincinnati Pattern) PORTABLE RANGE,
• OAST IRON MANTLES. WELLMAN'S 'RE.
FLECTO4 ) GRATES, free from dirt and drat: ORATE NTf3, FENDERS, &e
and 204 Liberty Street,
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL fliz CO.'S
FOB BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
well as any other Stove in the Union.
BISSELL & CO:,
N 0.235 Liberty Street.
Alio on kind and for sale,
• GRATE FRONTS, FENDERS,
COOKING. RANGES, ao.
N OTICE.—Re have this day as.
soclated with us in co-partnership, EDIVEN
MILES and JOHN '3:SLAGLE. The business will be
continued as heretof ore under the name and style of
COLEMAN, HARM Sr. CO.
Pittsburgh, January Ist, 1869.
COLEMAN, RAHM & CO,
IRON, NAILS. STE EiL,
AXLES AND SPRINGS,
Duquesne Iron, Sheet and Tank Iron, Juniata Iron.
Wagon Box Iron. Charcoal Iron, t.ydnder Iron, X
L Iron, Flanged Cutter Bars, Guard Iron, Drag and
Dropper Bars, T Rail for Coal _Roads, Iron Wedges,
Flat Rail for, Coal Roads, Boiler Iron Crow Bars,
Chain Links, Boller Reads. Steel and iron Harrow
Teeth.• Carriage, Wagon, Seat and Coach Springs,
and Axles, all steles: slab Steel for Plows, Cultiva
for Steel, Steel Wings and Moulds cut to p.ittern.
Bbring steel' all sizes. A. B. Steel and Steel Tire,
Steel Crow Bars Steel shafting, .fe.
ALL GOODS FIRST CLASS AND WARRANTED.
air Offices and Works 16th street and Allegheny
river and 77 WATER STREET, Pittsburgh.
Vsnm, Pres% W. P. Poirria. Stip%
AND IRON CO.,
P %Broad Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car I.xles Rolled; -
Railroad Car dales Hammered;
Locomotive Frame (Shapes;
Side Rods: (
Piston Hods, Wrhits;
Pitman Jaws, Collars, rks.
°Moe, No. 177 PENN STREET,
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
Warehouse, Nos. 188 and 167 11857 STREET
opposite Monongaaela House,
IRON ANO STEEL WORKS,
COLEMAN, RAHN & CO.,
pen, Walls. and Steel,
Duquesne XL. and Janinta Merchant Bar, Round
and Square Iron; Band, Hoop, Skeet and Plate Iron;
Oval, Half Oval and Half Bound Iron; Cylinder and
Wagon Box Iron; Drag and Dropper Bars; T and
Flat Ball for coal Roadr,. Cut Halls and Spikes;
Plow, Bering and B Steel; Laminated Steal; Cut
ter Bars, Crow Bars, dc., &u•
°Moe and Warehouse-77 WATER STREET,
Pittsburgh. i • .
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS. ,
SINGER, NIMICK & CO,,
Manufacturers of every deseripti of
CAST. AND CERNIAN,STEEL,
RAIL WAY SPRING'S
Traarlac.L9 . l B erm ir mabsztige X t a
Warehouse, 88 Water and 100 First St&
M LEA, BARR & PARKIN.
OE ZEAL- rummies:
WH. METCALF, I REUBEN MILLER,
SRO. W. BARR, CHAS. PARKIDT.
SPECIAL PARTNER—S. H. RISE.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
D1:1141-ER, BARR dr PARKIN,
Office, No. 339 Liberty St,
PAM, BROTHER & CO.I
Manufacturers of all descriptions of
F=lion-on-0 4 9
omee and Virarehouse, 120, 122, 124 SECOND
sad 119 and 121 FIRST STREETS,' 4 •
ROBINSON, REA S. CO
Successors to Ronixsorf, Marie h MILLIMa s
FOUNDERS-AND MACHINISTS, PITTSEWRGH,
Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Stearn -En
gines, Blast Engines, Mill Machinery, Gastr,
Shafting, Castings of all deseriptiorus; Tank." And
Stills, Boller and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. 1. , corner First and Smithfield Streets.
Agents for GIFFARD'S PATENT INJECTOR for
feeding Boilers., jathrel
moriT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Rolling Mill and Bridge Castings,
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS GENERALLY
THOMAS CARLIN &'\, CO.,
Fourth Ward Foundry and Nadine Works,
Manufacturers of Steam Engine_ ,s 011 Presses, Pal
ley', Shafting, Grist and Saw Mill Work,_itottait
Mill and Machine Build gs Grate , Bars, Weights,
Wagon Boxes, itc. 'to order and haze on
hand Engines 01 all sizes. invtliqe
AND ROLL WORKS
880 Perin Street. ,
BOLLIKAN I $011)4 BAGALET.
Cblll Rolls, 0111A11111. L hes, ae.
SAMUEL M. WICAiEfiBIL42I4
124 First Stieet, Pittsburgh! Pa.
the selita f gavr;ga r ifinVitlttit s radt::
and other-brands of .Anthraclte, longhlogheny
Coke and C. B. Charcoal
re s niscifally *OW tad.
ems' gement' are
pirresunGn PAPER MANU
PACTUBING COMPANY, Manufacturers of
PRINTING,AND WRAPPING . PAPERS,
CLINTON MILL-43TEDBENIMLIC. onto.
BRIGHTON MILL—NEW BRIGHTON, PA.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
N 0.82 Third Street, Pittsintrgh l Ta.
JNO. B. LIVINGSTON, Treasurer.
SAMUEL RIDDLE, Secretary.
DIRICTORS—Angrat Hartje , Joan Atwell, S. . H
Hartman, John B. Lt.lngton.
Cash paid for Paper Stock.
PEARL MILL NMILY FLOM.
- PEARL MILL Three Btu Green Brand; meal to
FRENCH FAMILY FLOUR.
Thie Flour will only sent oat when espeOlidly
PEARL DILL BLUE BRAND,
Equsl to beat St. Loula.
PEARL RILL BED. BRAND,
Equal to best Ohlo Flour.
WHITE CORN pLoilat /aND ; colt MEAL. .
T: MIME! & HBO.,
Allegheny, Sept. 9, .EUAL/4/14h.
I UNDER% MACHINISTS.
KNAP FORT PITT
OFFICE AND WORKS., ,
rirEngines, Rolling Mill Ma
chinery, Nail Machines, Retorts,
and Castings generally. ,
NATIONAL FOUNDRY -
AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner Garr°Ll and Ewallman alginate'
vrx - resuitimt.
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE,
POR OAS AND WATER WORKS. -
My Pines are a east Invariably in Pits, In dry
land, and 1 feet lengths. Also, fall assortment of
General Castings for Gas and Water Works.
I would also call the attention of Superintendents
of Gas Works to my make 'of RETORTS.
MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS N. MILLER, Preeident.
These Works are among the sa n dd Most
complete establishments In the West, re now
prepared to furnish
Engines, or every description.
Boilers, 011 Tanks.
Sheet Iron Work.
Boning Mill Castings.
L. 0. LITIICOBTON.W. B. BIIHT.W. A. NOILINSON, JR.
LD INGSTON & CO.,
..HANII7ACIIMP.II9 OP (
FINE LIGHT CASTINGS,
gidetzntmtopalt.f:nrtl;slnegeor: and litra:orel=
An Job Work promptly attended to.
Office and Works—WASHINGTON AVENUE,
near Outer Depot, Allegheny City, Pa.
Butter Street, Ninth Ward,
(Opposite Union IronUlls,)
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
Orders promptlyand carefully executed.
EBBERT & MAMMA
BA- . VDI7BICY BT., ALLEGHENY' CITY, rL.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: SATURDAY, 'JANUARY le, 1R69.
• r • ; 11.1311• off
lIUGII BO L E 86 CO.,
Cor. Point Alley and Di quesne
(NIAR raiz POINT,) I
Ena o ineßuilders,Founders &Machinists,
Manufacture STEAMBOAT ENGINES and STA
TIONARY ENGINES, of all sizes. '4'
Special attention invited to our new STATION
ARY OIL WELL ENGINE AND PORTABLE
BOILER, of 13-horse power.
CASTINGS of every kind, made to order at our
Foundry, on THIRD STREET. blow Market.
RIGS for Oil Wells, SHAFTING', PULLEY 3,
ToßAccq SCREWS and
IRON TOBACCO PRESSES, on band and made to
order, at the
INDUSTRIAL WORKS ,
Pronting on the Allegheny River. near the Point,
szr All orders promptly fined. TliT us.
F ORT PIT T
BOILER, STILL AND TAIVK
TUBULAR, DOUBLE -BLUED TUBULAR, FIRE
BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM IBOILERB. -
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS, 1 -,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND 13H PANS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND CO
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
`PRISON DOORS AND COAL SHIITES
Moe and Warehonse, corner Second,
Third, Short and Llberty'Streets,
ffr Orders sent to the above a 4
promptly attended to.
BARNIIILL & CO.,
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. AO, 512, $l4 AND Ati PENN ST.
Having secured a large yard and furnished it wit•
the moat approved machinery, we are prepared •
manufacture every description of BOXLERS in th
best manner, and warranted equal to any made t.
the country. Chimneys, Breeching 4 Fire. Beds
Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers, condensers A Sal
Pans, Tanks, 011 Stills, Agitators, Settling Pans
Boller Iron, Bridges, Sugar Pans, and sole matt
facturers of Barnhill's Patent Bollers4
itepeirleg done on the shortest nottoe.
JAMES M. BITER, '
Poe. 55 and 56 Water Street,
PrITSBIIRGH, PS.,. ,
IRON OIL TANKS
SETTLING PANS, COPPER STEAM PIPE,
ROLLING MILL STACIE.%
And SHEET IRON WORE.
I JAIJULD 11. BELUBH ktourilcD D. BRUM
JARED M. BRUSH & SOINT,
DIANCITACTUDZIIIiI OF 3
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks,
SHEET IRON WORE,ikO.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
(JARLNG AND KING,
Commission Merchants and Broltera In I
Petroleum and its PrOducts,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE. WAY,
WARING, KING & CO.,
127 Walnut Street.
• AND DEALERS IN
Petroleum and its Products.
Pittsburgh Office—DALZELL , BUILDING, Wi
ner of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets: •
Philadelphia Oilice-121 WALNUT BT.
N. LONG & CO"
-- NANTJTACTURERIS Or 3_
PURE BURNING} OIL,
Oftlee, No. 2 Duquesne Way, I'Dtsburgb.
NEW HARDWARE SOUSE.
JINDSEY, STERRIT EtWER,
Manufacturers and Importers
13E A. 13,13 W 3E,
887 LIBERTY STREET,
One Square Below !talon Delplog,
Agents for PAIRBAITILIP SCALES;
NOVELTY WORK O.
ADAMS, nrirbEE &:-co.
Keystene 'Standard, Patent Platform
and Counter •
Janus Faced Patent Eloor)Locks
PAINT AND 0 PFEE MILLS
Corner, of Grant and First Streets, '
LAKE SUPERIOR 1
OOPPZE KILL AND WELTING wOna
PARK, McCURDY & CO•
fannfactarera of Sheathing. Brastarsi and Bolt
Preeded Copper Edttinds, Ratsed BWI Bot
alms, Spelter,Solcler. Also, Impor_,_•••rs and Dealer.
u...hletal, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron. Wire 4 %c.
.tantly on hand Tlnners , Machines acd
Warebousei bio. .140 FIRST /Inca dind 10
iIf.COND STREET, Pittsburgh: t
Special orders of Copper cut to any desired .az
ire a . , tuyl4•l34;d
CARROLL & SNYDER,
KA,NI7/ACTIIRILI or f.
No. 169 Wood Street.
STOCKHOLDERS ( INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE,
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSIT:
Collections made on all accessible Points in the
United States and Canadas.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Cor. Of Wood and Sixth Ste.
A. PATTERSON.-- Pim'dent
JOS. H. HILL ...... Cashier
CAPITAL, : : $600,000.
A. Patterson, George W. Case,
Wm. H. Brown, James McCandleSsh
Chas. Lockhart, Wm. Douglas,
Allen Kirkpatrick, Wm. Reed.
W. B. Haven,
HART, CAUGHET & CO.,
BANKERS AND 'BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
(BIIOOLEISOBR TO HANNA, /WIT & C 0..)
Exchange, COin, Coupons,
/Lad particular attention paid to he purchase sad
Sight Drafts on London.
N. . HOLMES & SONS;
57 Market Street,
Collections made on all the principal mints of the
United States and Canada'.
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT ARID SOLD OS COMMESION.
parttenlar attention paid to the Duchene and
United States Securities.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
T_ T ENDERSON J. & BROTHERS,
206 Liberty street, Dealers in Drugs, Paints
and Latent Medicines. J13:2:1
W. MACKEOWN & BRO.,
BOYER TO NO. 195 LIBERTY STREET,
• PITTSBURGH, ‘PFINNA.
White Lead, Window Glass and 0
ELECTIC SIAM CORIAIIa,
An infallible remedy for Summer Complaint. Diar-
rhea, DYfentT, Vomiting, Sour stomach and
DR. tents' CRIMP, CHB,
A specific for Cholera,
_Cramps and Pala n
Stomach, far sale by
HARRIS & EWING, -
Corner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
J. SCHOONIWIER & SON'S
PURE WHITE LEAD
mean , " VERDITER GREEN,
The only green paint that will not deteriorate
aTzW-L::11 11 Zzli tl.rj;St toS ddi
B , EY, FARREL & CO.,
- MAIIITY.A.OTITEERS Or
LEAD AND BLOCK TIN • PIPE,
WATEE, GAS AND .STEAM GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. _
No. 167 Smithfield St., Plttsburgly
JOHN M. COOP= JOB. EATZ EMMY luxe.
JOHN M. COOP=S &
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Minufacturers of PUMPS AND BRASS WOll ,A
e 101og dealers flXTL,zaau464 , yaku t
Corner of Pike. and Walnut Streets,
PrTTSBURGEr. • .
SODA ASH-100 tone choice.
brands In storkandlor sale by ,
nol? 4. B. CANFIELDA 11014..
Jno. 0 Risher,
Bobt. H. Ring,
• James H. Bailey
BAWL. Net:ILI:SEAN, PreVl.
D. LENT WILSON. Cashier,
Y, - AT n. A. N.
CENTRAL AND UNION
PACIFIC RAILWAY BONDS,
The cheapest Investment now in the market for
Pl-1. ter.. IV_LIETUTZ,
Corner FIFTH A.VEtiLTE & WOOD STREETS
Also, dealer In Government Bonds. Gold and
COCIDOII6 and European Exchange at market rates.
lunEs T. BRADY & Co.,
(Successors to B. JONES C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
3E3 AL EL Is,
BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS or
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVORABLE TEEMS.
Ur Interest Allowed on Deposits.
/Er Money loaned on Government Bonds at low
est market rates.
Orders executed for the Purchase and
Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD.
JAMES T. BRADY &' CO.
itarr' PARTIES DESIRIvG TO IN-
V.. ST in UNION AND CENTRAL PA
CIVIC BONDB can save one per cent. by purchas
Bonds on hand for delivery.
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.,
Agents Central and Union Pacific Railroad com
fits, corner Fourth and Wood streets. .101:b13
tijt gittsintrg etafttt.
FINANCE AND TRADE,
°MOE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
FRIDAY, JAM/A.1715, 1869.
Gold, which looked strong yesterday
without any apparent excitement at 136 S
to 136 M, settled down to-day at 136!(, with a
dull market. There Is neither cause for
any advance in gold nor any desire to have
it sell above present price, as it would ma
terially interfere with the value not - only of
exports, and imports, but also of our do
mestic business arrangements. Our for-,
eign bankers are making efforts to keep
down quotations for the sake of selling
change which is now coming on the mar
ket in larger amounts from cotton ship
pers. It would create an uneasy feeling in
Europe, in regard to our bonds. The finan
cial journals of Frankfort, Berlin and Paris
speak highly of the introduction of a resol
ution in Congress denouncing all attempts
to pay our bonds otherwis.han in gold as
dishonest, and express a belief that in the
event of a Eupopean war, our bonds would
be eagerly brightened up.
Bonds are dull to-day, and one fourth
per cent. lower from this mornings prices.
Stock nearly unchanged but weak.
' Closing quotations as received by Ph. R.
Mertz: Gold, 1361;;; Eighty-one's, 112;
Five Twenties, 1562, 112%; do, 1864, 109%;
do, 1865, 109!‘; do, 1865, new, 108; do, 1867,
1081/,; do, 1868, (108%; Ten Forties, 107%;
Railroads —Cleveland dc Pittsburg:l. 87%;
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne dc Chicago. 119%;
Chicago Sr Rock Island, 127%; Chicago &
North Western, 52%; do Preferred, 88%;
Michigan Southern, 90%; Reading, 95%;
Erie, 38 1 ,6; New York Central, 159%; Ohio
lk Mississippi Certificates, 33%; Western
Union Telegraph Co., 33; Merchants Union
Express Co., 13%; Pacific Mail, 122%;
Adams, 51%; Mining shares Gregory, 3,60;
Quartz Bill, 70; Smith dr. Parmele, 2,65.
—The Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad
'having passed from the hands of the direc
rectors that had placed the road upon a
firm basis, by themeglect of its stockhold
ers, has now passed into the courts, and
promises to become as notorious as Erie
has been in the past. On Wednesday, an
injunction was placed upon the Road at
Cleveland, and Reuben E. Smith appoint
ed Receiver, on , xnnplaisit of the President, '
J. N. McCullough. The extraordinary
action of the directors calling for this action
is set forth in the following address to the
stockholders of the company by a minority
of the Board of Directors :
Whatever may be the result - of these
legal proceedings it is well understood
upon the street that the road is to be
manipulated “Erie fashion," and numbers
of investment holders have sold their
stocks. This new scandal could have been
saved had the owners of stock taken care
to have seen into whose hands their jurox
ies passed, and they have no one to blame
but themselves. It is much to the discredit
of railway - property, however, that - . ny
party can go into Wall Street, and purchase
the control of a corporation for a few thou
sand dollars, and elect a direction that de
liberately., sets to work to upset the value of
property in which they have no pecuniary
Interest beyond that speet in the purchase
of proxies. The abuse of the system will
probably cause all voting, except by ballet;
Who abolished, and will prove of great
benefit to All real owners of railway or
quotations received .by TIMM
T. Brady 6c Co.: Gold, 136%; United
Statss Sixes, 1881's, -112; 5-20's, 1862,
112%; 5-20's, 1884, 109; MO's, 1E65,
109%; 10-40's, 107; 5-20's, January and
July, '65, 108%; 5-20's, January and July,
'67108%; '6B, 108%; I June 7-30's, par less %;
July l 7-30's, do %; 7-30" s, due Compounds,
119; Unlon Paella° Railroad, par; Central,
PITTSBURGH METAL MARKET
OFFICE OY THE PITTEIBITROII.GAZETTE,
FRIDAY, January 15, 1868.
The market is reported steady with , a
fair volume of business, in the aggregate.
though we have but comparatively few
sales reported. Some of the largest com
mission touses, it Is Raid, have sold pretty
heavily this week, both for present and
future delivery, but we cannot give de
tails, as the houses, above referred to, re
fuse to make fa report of their sales. The
following is all that we could pick up:
BITIIMINUS 09AL EiIkIELTE9 FROM LASE *kW
100 tons Low Grade Short f 35 50-6 mos•
100 4, No. 1 Mill 1r0n...:..... 39 00--6 mos
100 4, No. 1111i1l Iron ... ...... 38 50-6 mos
100 " Close Grads 38 00-6 mos
380 " Neutral Grov Forge... 39 50-1 mos
130 tons Grey and Mottled $3B 50-4 mos
100 " Neutral 89 50-6 mos
180 " White F. 0.8., at Han
- " CHARCOAL
100 tons H. foundry p. t
96 torts Rogers Jurstata 60-4,Eacts
2Q .•‘.‘ i 93..00-6 um*
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
FRIDAY, January 15, 1869.
Trade in general merchandise continues
dull; this is attributed partially, at least, to
the inclement conditicin of the weather
which has a tendency to retard out-door op.
orations. The arrivals by rail have bees
comparatively light for some days pa s t,'
.but the deficiency is fully, made up by
s.teambeats, and stocks, generally are fully
up to the demand. In value 2, there are no
important changes, none at least, worthy
of special notice.
APPLE BUTTER—DuII:7O to 80 cents.
APPLES—In fair demand, and steady
with regular sales at 133,50 to $5,50 por bbl,
as to quality. .
BUTTER—Continnei dull, and neglected
but unchanged, 35 to 38, for good to prime
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR—DuII at 4 cts.
CRANBERRIES—S2O to 3.42 per bbl.
BEANS—S3,SO to $3,75 per bushel.
CORNMEAL—SI to $l,lO per bush.
CHEESE—Dernand is reported a little
better; sales Hamburg at 16 to Fr; and
Goshen at 19 (to 20c.
CARBON OIL—Is firm and still tending
uiloward; we now quote standard white, in
a jobbing way, at 28 to 28X,
DRIED FRUlT—There is good local
demand for Peaches at 12 to 13 for quarters,
and 16 to 17 for halves. Apples, 10 to 11c.
DRESSED HOGS—Sales at 13 to 14c.
EGGS—Very dull; may be quoted at 25
for pickeled, and 30c for fresh packed.
HOMINY—SaIes. at $6,25 to $6,50.
HAY—There is no improvement in the
demand•for baled, and the market is dull
and prices unchanged, $lB to, $24 for com
mon to prime.
PROVISIONS—Bacon iS firm with job
bing sales 15 for Shoulders, and 19 to 19;6 for
Hauls. Country Lard. 18 to 19 and, prime
City at2o. Mess Pork, $30,50 to $3l.
LARD OIL—Is held firm at $1,35 for
No. 2, and $1,65 for No. 1.
SEEDS—SmaII sales of _Cloverseed at
$9, and,Timothy at $3,25. Flaxseed, $2,35
SALT—Is steady but unchanged at $2
by the car load, and 10 to 15 cts higherfor
small lots in store.
GRAlN—Winter Wheat is still quoted
at ; $l,BO to $1,85, but the demand
is very light, and market dull. Oats in
limited supply and firm but unchanged
-64 to 65c on track, and 67 to 63c for small
lots in store. Sales of. Rye at $1,45, at
which figure it is wanted; but above that,
there are no buyers at present. Corn may
be quoted at 80c, In ear, 82 to 83c for
Shelled. Sale 200 bushels prime Ohio
Spring Barley at $2; No. 2 Chicago dull at
POTATOES—DuII but unchanged; 'sales
by the car load at 73 to 75c, and in store at
SO to 85c.
POULTRY—SaIes of Dressed Chickens
at 12 to 1234 c, and Turkeys, at 16 to 17c.
MILL FEED—The following are the
Pearl Mlll iirices: Brad, $1,10; Shipstuffs,
$1,30; Middlings, $2, Screenings, $l, and
Rye Shorts, $2.
FLOUR—DuII and unchanged. We
quote Spring Wheat, $7,60 to $B,OO,
and Winter Wheat, $8,75 to 89,25 per bar.
rel. Rye Flour, $7,76 to $B. The Pearl Mill
quote their bes: brands, made of the best
Wheat; as follows: Extra Family Flour,
in barrels, at $9,50, and, in sacks, $9,20 per
barrel; Double Extra Family, in barrels,
$10,20, , and, in sacks, $9,90 per barrel;
Spring Wheat Flour, in barrels, $B,OO, and,
in sacks, t 7,70 per barrel. The City Mills
quote prices as follows: Extra Family,
(Winter) in barrels, $9,50, and, in sacks,
$9,20 per barrel; Double Extra Family, in
barrels, $lO,OO, and, in sacks, $9,70 per bar
And Spring, $B,OO, in barrels, and $7,70, •
in sacks, per barrel.
TALLOW—Rendered, 11 to 11;4c.
PEANUTS—SI,7S per bushel.
FEATHERS—Live Geese Feathers quo-
ted at 80 to 8.5 to the trade, and 90 to 95c, in
a retail way.
WHISKY—SaIes Efighwines, in a jobbing
way, at 98 to $l. I
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PITTBIIEGH GAZETTE, t
FmpAy, - January 15, 1868.
The oil market was rather quiet to-day,
especially in rt( fined, and while there is,
as yet, no material change in prices, there
was more . of a disposition to sell than for
some days previous, though no disposition
to make concessions in order to effect
sales. One of the effects of the recent ad
vance in the price of oil is to stimulate
development, and the number of new
wells going down is said to be unusually
large, for the season. We hear it stated
that the Columbia Oil Company at its last
annual meeting, the other day, passed a
resolution to expend fifty thousand dollars
in developing new territory, and, we pre
sume, that what is true of this is equally
applicable to other companies. Nor is this
to be wondered at, as with oil selling at
$6,25 to kt 6,35 at Oil City, new territory will
doubtless be developed, and a redoubled
effort made toward patting down new
The market for Refined was uriusully
quiet to-day, and with more sellers than
buyers, the feeling seemed to be a little
offish, especially for early deliveries,
though as yet, there is no material •decline
in prices. January which sold yesterday
at 34, was reported as having been offered
to-day at 3334 to 333 a. January to' June
remains unchanged having been sold at l 3s,
and 35 was bid for March.
There vraS a fair volume of business in
Crude to-day, but like Refined, the market
was not as firm and bouyant as it was yes
terday, and in some instances, sales were' '
made at a slight reduction. As a 'general •
thing, however, there is no important
change, compared with 'yesterday, . here,
while' at Oil City the market was reported _
firmer. The sales were; 2000 bbls January
to Jane, seller, at 15;4; 3,500 same delivery
and option, at 15; 1,000 same delivery and
option at 1534; 1,000 all year seller, 14;4:
2,500 June to August at 17; 2,500 September
to November at 17; 500 bbls .Venango City,
$6,25; 1,000 011 City; 18,35; and t2OO paid for,
the privlege of placing 1,000 bbls first six •
months at 14%.
RECEIPTS CRUDE OIL.
Fisher & Bro 240 D. M. Edgerton. 400
Oweton t Sowers 320 Rom At Brp 100
Model. Oil Works 800
OIL SHIPPED E 1 ST BY A. Y. R. R.
McKee, Hackett &Co., 200 do do to W. P.
Logan & Bro., Philadelphia. "
P. Weisenberger At, Co., )50 do do to War
den, Frew 4. Co.. Philadelphia.
P. Welsenberger, 50 do tar to Libby &
Clark, Philadelphia. . .
Total shipments Refined 734 *,
~ Tar... , 50 ,'
OIL SHIPPED EAST FROM DUQUESNE DEPOT.
F. A. Bates, 50 do do to Warden, Frew &
Co., Philadelphia. - 1.
H. W. ( C. Tweddle, 10 do lubricating to
,Lecomb, Hoban it. Co., New York.
Total shipments Refined.
CINCINNATI, January 15.—Flortr and
groin unchanged and quiet and not much
doing. Cotton firm; middling 27c, with a
strong market. Whiskey dull at 95c, Pro
visions dull but firm: Mess Pork and Lard
nominal and no demand for either. Bluk
shoulders sold to a considerable extent at
113;all3;c. Nothing doing in sides. But-.
ter firm and in good demand at 34a400.
Cheese firm and iti good demand at 18a20c.
Petroleum higher; refined 33a35c. Linseed
Oil $1.05. Lard Oil firm at $1,60a1,65. Gold j
136.. Exchange firm, par buying and 1-10
per cent.. premium selling. • .
. 31 00.— cash