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COLEMAN RA IM .& CO
. .‘ Manufacturers of ..
- JXLES * AND SPRINCS.
Dulallesne Iron, .fihnet.. and Tank...lron, Juniata
Iron. Wagon Box Irolf, Chareosi . Iran, Cylinder
Iron, XL iron. Flanged Cotter Bank Guard Iron,
Drag and Dropper Bars, T Rail for Coal Roads,
Iron Wedges, flat Ball for Coal Roads, Boller
Iron, Crow Bars, Chain -Links: Boller Heads,
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Carriage, Wagon,
and Coach Borings, and Axles, all styles:
blab Steel for Flows , Cultivator Steel, Steel Wings
and -Moulds cut to pattern. Boring hterl all
sites. A. B. Steel dliteeiTire, Steel Crow Bars,
Steel hafting, . ,
A 31 I t A .1 r'
ALL GOODS F T CLABITED. AND W , -,
. .. „
°Zees and Works 10th street and !Alla
ghe y dyer and 17 WATER STREET, Fitts
bur h.-usrl '
(Moe, NO. 177 -'PENN STREET,
VERSON, PRESTON Si CO.,
Penisylvanii Iron Works.
Warehme, Nos. 186 andNIT 11BEIT
IRON AO STEEL WORKS. _
COLEMAN, RAMC & CO,
Iron, Wails Steel, Carriage and
Wagon Springs and Axles.
Mignon% XL:- -- and , Juniata Merchant Bar,
Bound aad Square Iron; Band, Hoop, Sheet and
Plate Iron; nal, Half Oval and Hall Bound Iron;
Cylinder and eirauou,Box Iron; Drag and Drop
per Bars; T and Rail for Coal Roads; Cat
Nails. and Spikes; flow, Spring and A , B Steel;
Laminated Steel; Cutter Bare, Crow Bars, Se.
Mice and Warehouse- 77 WATEB. STREET, - -
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORM.
SING.,} =MK & CO.,
CAST *,.PrD QEB, iN STEEL,
alaarrit Alsl3 PLATFORM BPRIN9B,
AXLES, STEEL TIRE, ac., &a
Warehouse, : 88ifsbmaa,.
BARB & PAIUN.
- CRESCENT 'STEEL WORKS,
MILLER, BARR _4k •PMIKEN,
omie, No. 339 Liberty St,
PARK, IiRMItR'& CO.,
113 11 1 11 l l4 • m a
OSee - asidWarehouse,l2o. 151111,1SH,SZCOND
and 1.19 and 1541FMIT EITTZETS,
" " prrrsiiirae.
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE.
II A.. - EL MOW AJEUE
887 LIBERTY STR:giET,-
e"" COBNAR OF MAY2III4
/MANN, DIPIKEr, op.,
KEYSTONE STANDARD, RAIIIIIANK'S PAT
ENT) PLATFORM A.ND COUNTED.
Janus Paced Patent Door! Looks and Latches.
Paint and Coffee Mille, Eta.
00733FS OF FIRST - AVENOB 4 . 011M1T STB,,
r i AILE SIIRICRIOK•
— DO*PIEBAILL AND BKIIIIONG 1103E3
PARK, AtoCURDT & CO.,
iimintseturers of Sheathing. Brasiers , and Bolt
Gopperfetsed Copper po t e Still Bot
toms, ter Bolder. Alse,lors sad Deal
ers eta, Tin Plate , Shron. Wire, ge.
2liottaritly on band Planers , Machines ami Tools.
rehoase,•.No; 140 FLEW 0 . 111.04 T and 104
11D STRZET. Pittsburgh. •
lapeotal orders at Copper cut togas desired pat
Vitaxxv., Presit W. P. Team. part.
A,011 ; IRON CO.,
Bar Iron; -
Poliirnad Fish Saiiinini Bolts;
Railroad Oar Atidei Hanoi;
Leeomotive Flner;Lesi .
Side Rod*: ; --
-Piston Rods, !Wrists;
Pltnian Jaws, 1 111n1lawili &w.
Maindhatuers of ;wary des4:rtpilon of rt
HETCALF, 1 REUN XELLE.G.
GEO. W. BAER, 1 CHAS BE . PARKIN.
Brzczii. nuiTznin-111. M. NUB.
Naaufaeta i rers of all description of
LINDSEY, grinifkiu WE%
Manufseturerr and LaPorte's c f
elite Square Beier, VnioP Depot.
goats for tAlßßlallCf4,'lW=th.
NOVELTY, WORKS. .
Pounded; A. , 1633.
IiAMACMITI9I 3 / 3 OP
3' A? FOR PITT
Y ~.. ^a '.x
OFFICE AND WORKS,
•;TWEL - fTH - STREET
es, Rolling Mill Ma
ail Machines, He:
-• • •
NATIONAL FOIJN. DST
AND ..PIPE.. WORKS.
corner Carron and . Smalbeisiulltriets,
. 701 t OAS AND WATER WORKS.
My Pines ike all 6,utiiiviirlablyin Pits, in dry
sand. and LS feet lengths. Also, tall assortment
Cisthip toriies and Water' Wait&
I would also call the attention of Superintend.
ants of Air. Works to sof =4 of RETORTS.
MORTONSTRiET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS N. MILLER, President
4:hese Works'irenmongihe latlest Mid Most
complete establishments in the West, and ate
now pteßated toPitnila
=igloo% of err? diner11)11 1 01
Boilers, On Tasks.
maliing, NIU Castings.
L. 0. LIVLNGSTOR • W.-8. BUST.
• W. A. 8.00,1W80N.
LIVINGSTON & CO., • '
IKON F01731 7 1:1=3,
. . •
712 1 111 LIGHT amyl:lies,
All deieliptlons. for Plumbers and Gu Pltt,ers
rieultoralltaplements. Cotton andWooletkittll
All Jo prOmptlp attended to.
. Otkee and Works—WASHINGTON AVENDH,
near Outer Depot, Allegheny City. Pa.
Buccessors to Boanrsow, Kum b Mamas,
WASHINGTON WORNS, 7
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH, 4
311,111411CLIITOMOTBOLt and Eltri 'Steam Ea
Baal :I: UZI:All d i Mae ntr_c e l l s 7 . l ollTanfa
Btids, , _Boll and Sheet - Iron Work. ,
Orllce, 'No. 151, corner First and andthdeld
Agents for GMEABVIII FILTIENIt. lialigTOß
for reeding Bollers. AUMNI
21=13tiatrie VOCIT D
Bolling NM and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACIMIERY AND oABTENes easEPALLY.
Orders promptly and earep►lly executed.
THOUS CARLIN &
Mirth 'Ward Potindiy : and' *Willie Wojkl,
SANDUSKY ST.. ALLEGHENY CITY. PA.,
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, 011 Prekses,
ktuleys, Shaftig, am and Saw ME, Work,
Bolling Wa g o n Machine Castings, Orate Bars,
Weigh Boxes,' go. Build to order and
have on hand Engines of all sins.. mviii:qs
AND ROLL WORKS
BOT.TaI AN, BOYD & BAGALEY.
ohm zon., - frpu C unps 7AOU rollbeis Ac
UMBER I LUBIDS1112• .
Dealer is all Kinds of Lumber.
,3 ;ON HAND 'AND TOBllLidr
1 00%000 fest Dry Pins Boards;
150.0011 het 13i and 2 inch Clear Plank:
30 , 000 f e et Dry 13i inch Common Plank;
80,000 feet Dry 1 and 9 inch, Oak;
25,000 feet Dry SIX, and 3 inch Ash,
5,000 ft. Dry 2.' 4 )& 3 ln•CherrY
80,000 ft. Dry 1,13 x, 9 and 3 inch Popper;
10.000 feet Dry Poplar Scantling;
0,88,000 feet Hemlock Joists and Scanting:
180,000 No. 11S-inch Shingles. sawed.
• - • 0150,090 No. 118iIngh Shingles.: awed!
40,000 No. 1 18-inch Shingles, sealed;
-40,000 Fire Brick;
1 4 000 Fire. Tile.
100 Tons Fire;
YAleDd —No. 56 PIIEBL BTBSIIT. formerly
Manchester a nd 167 REBECUA. 818/.1.T.0pp0.
site the Gu Works, Allegheny City. volt
BROKIEIRS. , ,
SAMUEL EL WICKESSIELIM,
ISG First Street, Pitialurghtia.
Agent for the Nile of Oerstio4 * Dotighainerei
Josephine, Isabella, DlineannOn.ntallitOkt,emen.
don. and other braids of Anthracite, Youghio
gheny cake and C. B._OharcesJi
, s. / •
Cons! iruments &remelt res seet.fally ultimo!.
HUGH !rBOLE & CO,
s f, cod , Pow DifitdooBl4
Engine Builders,- Founders and
Manufacture STEAMBOAT ENGINES and STA
TIONARY ENGINES, of all elm,
Spwial attention Invited to S AND SATION ABY OIL WELL ENGINE, PORTABLE
BOILER, of Ib-bone Power.
CASTINGS, of every Mud, made toorder atour
Foundry, on THIRD STREET, below Market.
RIGS for 011 Welle, SHAFTING, PULLEYS,
HANGERS, HOUSE and TOBACCO SCREWS and
IRON TOBACCO PRESSES, on band and made to
. . ,
Fronting on the Allegheny lliver,near, the Point,
FORT PITT • ' •
BOILER, STILL Mill TANK,
CARROLL &SNYDER ' -
TUBULAR, DOUBLIC•iiIIED TTIBULAR.
illta•BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM BOLL
GIL STILLS. AND RIL TAMES,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PAINS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND CON
STEAM PIPES, Gums:mats AND :LOAN
PRISON DOM AND COAL BUTT=
Mae and Warehouse, earner Second.
!_lidirill,.. , , Shogt and pberty ‘ fis,
• 0 A S t 'if
air Orders sent In She above address will bb
promptly attended to. mh7:189
- WM. BAJRNHILL &XIX, ✓
.13tdriEll 3 1 14%;XFMS 1
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOB. 01). us l a*lliD ea Fluor T.
Having secured a large yard and fiumished It
wan me most approved machinery we sr.pre-
Er r ed to maantactureevery description ogBiAL
BB in the bilitknanner,ond Wartilielltial to
made to theetmnitty::,olSitolleYsi Breeching,
'Vire Bei% Steam Pines, Lceomover . Boilers.
Condensers, Salt Pans, Tanks, 011 3 : 12 4:
tors, Settling Pans, Boller Iron, Br es Seger
Pans, and sole mannfteturers of B ,
Revisiting done .
on ihotteit notine.
JAB3D Y. BEWElSlA••.7.r..•....z.marlatp.marrEaL
JP*O IrC n e'll S/1410° ,
YANCIFACTI3II2BBI: I 7
Stearn - Bonds, 91113 tills, Tank&
sgEnzutori. won*. &O 2
fit fiti , eit,lPittsbdrafei Pa.
A. BRADLEY .Sr. CO.
manniketniers of the greatest tarletrof
Cook; Parlor and Heating States r
BO BE ,rou ID im Intl, suit= •
• Sole Agents for the celebrated Base - Burning
,ntal Stoves and Furnaces for Bard Coal or
Coke. 3est in the World for Parlor,Office. Store or
P fel VVern rat TY ° O.Tre
or s ms w~d toy s" lio~urylfun-
No..4O,wnTREZT. , L ,
ur Agents for Orientals—DEslblLEß BROS.,
thfleld St.; GEO. HUBLEY. Allegheny City.
EOM - NES; BOILERS; &C
(N)iA2 Tax Porn', )
gir All orders promptly Ailed. TaT tra,
Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street,
• PIIRSIBURG/if, rag
, • t
I : l4.thkiratera 2lll ;:lr''
IRON OIL TANKS,
eNTTLIIIT.I•42O. 9errE B9 lusig Fez ,
And BERET IRON WORK,
STOVES, CASTINGS, aco
gRAFF, lIIIGUS & CO.,
SCANDRACTUBENS Or ZV3RY r.S.ILIZTr Or
SO,STON COORING RANGE,
, 0 11111- FUME: FURNACE,"
_ Foil WARMING BUILDINGS.
THE NNggW ANTI-DiIn_COGEENG STOVE,
"REGULATOR." COLD IA- COOK STOVE.
VAN'S (Cincinnati Pattern) PORTABLE
RANGE ',AST IRON MANTLES. WELLMAN'd
RE (LECTOR, GRATES free from dirt and dint;
.ita t raz irAwiTaqrsauAils. -
206 and 205 Liberty Street,-
C OOK STOVES. '
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL dr, CO.'S
TRIUMPH, • •
.70.14 BI,TTIMPTOFB 00414
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast u
4Sethuramifithir Btiee'Bi the Mau.
BIEELL- tie 00'
, At.o on hand intro:
COOKING NOE& ft.
ICHTTSHOLGIII P .
PACTURINO COMPANY, Manufacturers of
PRINTING & WRAP INS PAPERS.
CLINTQN MQUIT43 . TINDI3MNYYLLN. MMO.
BRIGMTO24 Jo-NEN N •
OFFICE AND 7,WEINNoptniNi:
No. SS Third Streot t -Tittobtalthi
B. LtinNOsTos,, Tre.uuret,
Dlmitaxona—AWilaDLF" Atwell, B
H. Hartman John - 27.,,tr i ngto lk
(NIP wad Paner 8t04., • ~..WOMBS
JOSEPH S. FINCH CO.;
Bros. 184 WM 11811. Mil, 193 lama UNS,
FIBS! STBEZT, prrTB3l3 - A6ll,
- • - ,1 31 .0 21 9: 17 6c 2 riza.
'Copper' 'wed Pare Ilya'
Also, desieces I'OEUEIGIN WERllliand
Quoas, BOPS. ac. e.nla
FORT 'PM 'BANKER' COMPANY.
1. '56.169 - Wood Street.
CAPITAL, : : : : 1200,000.
STIAKHDLOiIIe INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE,
INTEREST ALLOWED 0$ TIME DEPOSITS.
the Co[Wind/hates a llections nudend c on
anad aeo eas. ssible points in
D. Hostetter. - Jl2O. D . Mahar. --
James llordmi. Bobt.
D. Wallace. Azdrew Hiller.
B. ?sweets,: James X. Bailey.
MIA.III , L.D
D. 11.16117 .
NATIONAL BO Of ,COLIIMCE,
Cori of.lira• and Sixth Sts.
A. PATTER 8011........... Presidsiat.
JOll. - 136 RILL .....4.•......:..........0auddrie.
CAP - 1T . .4.4 .. : 0 tif - f ilieoo,ooo.
. ' imizotolts: - .
• I:rattersim, • . GeoTge W. ours, •
Chu H. Brown, .." 11 H. Palmer,
. Lockhart, ' Wm. Douglas,
Dan. IL .Darldson, Wm. Bud. -
• W. 8. Haven: —,, - '
439:022 , •
HABT,:Q~II6BEY ac CO.,
BANKERS AND BROXERS,
'Corbel , Third' and Wood Streets,
(gIIOOKASOBS TO HANNA, HART A 00..)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And rossOcular st a te n ntr e red to Qs Duroluue
, coy ERNIIIENT BONDS.
"light Drafts on Hacoridon.
bi -- HOLMES& BONN
67 Market Street,
Collections loads cm all the principal points of
the Wilted States and Canada..
8U)elE11,Bonole and other Seatuillee
BotreaT *so sou. ON crcannsattorr..
Partial:du attention paid to the purchase and
sale of '
United States 'Securities
BANK FOR SAVINGS,:
Formerly the DIME SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
No. 07 Fourth Street,
NZAJILT OPPOSITZ Ting Basra or" P/TTBI3I7BOH.
CHARTERED IN 1889.
- OPEN DAILY_ from 9 to 4 o , clock,__and on
'WEDNESDAY arid SATURDAY EVE:NINGS,
. let to November . Ist, from 7 to 9
o'clock, an from November Ist to May Ist, 6 to
8 o'clock. • • •
Books of By-Laws, &c., furnished at. the office.
This institution especially offer to those whose
earnings are limited, the opp ortunity
es to accumu
late, by small deposits; saved, a.um which
will be a resource when nee ed, arid bearing in.
tem inst B O ARDang unproductive.
•i > t • 1 ONOWEitS
'lncl — ruagmtsit ," "
. .8. IL. JAXE.T.P.ARIC. - dn.
, L ;k l A.T.CRET.ABIr AWD TIMASIII4B, 4 .
D. E. IicKINLEY: -
A. BRADLEY, WM. K. NESIICE.,
A. S. BELL, F. RA.I - IM,
JOHN S. DILWORTHI, 4(18_11UA KHOD/13,
G. FOLLANSBEE SCOTT' , •
JAS. L. 1.0& It. C. SCHMERTZ,
• CHR I4II.A FUER ZUG.
SOLICITORS — D. W. &A. S. BELL. Mh14:V331,
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM 'REFINERY
- 33 .
lIERBEIIT IV. C. TIYEDIOIZ,
Lubricating &Sigh Test Burning i7it •
Eclipse Railroad Axle Oil.
Stsedulreat-lieet ,olthonit lhanget - remains
limpid at lowest temperatUres." Special 011 for
tropical climates or hot weather.
Loeomotive. Buttner shichino shop.
Will cut Screws.
Saw Mill and Plaillag Mill Oils,
. Adapted for high'speed.
Spindle Oil, Weelillead•Ligbioll,
Oil, Twiner!s' Stutillienzele,
lag* Finishing Oil, Gasoline,
Harness Oil'' Parratline.
ARMOR VARNISH. to preserve. Bright Iron
Work and Machinery from SM.
These. products are manufactured under Dr.
Tweddle's patent by Superheated Steam in.Vac
cuo. The Lubricating Oils are , almost odorless,
perfectly pure. uniform, and mostly light col
ored. ,stapd a high tgroperatnre unchanged. ..aid
remain llMpld:duringextremetoltl. !ThsW.allroad
ohs. are 'unequalled, and are in constant tile on
‘many Of the . prtudipalMiltroads. Samples can
..be 'examined and orders left at '174 WOOD
STREET, 'Works al shartaburg Bridge.
WADING AND SING,
COnalalkal Minima & aid Broker/,ti
Petroleum and ' Its 'Products
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESkewmt,
11 PW'filliLL-Or" 3I FL
KING & co.,
11.27 - Walnut Strati.
AND tarAucio IN
Petroleum and its .; Products,
4 11.ttobnrilt. 9120*—D47 VT:LA 4 1 PU0D/Net
canner of DiquoineliVaYina Ir#ll
tiltUelphis oMoo-1511" WALNUT sT.
I t IL totio two.;
MBE MEM! IRTIIKINO :OIL,
Brand.e Agra reciums.”,
- Woe, N 0.2 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh:
PACIFIC RAILWAY BONDS,
The cheapest Investment-now la the market for
Pll. R. NCEEILTZ,
Corner FIFTH AVENUE * WOOD STREETS
Also, dealer In Govenuitent Bonds. Gold and
Coupons •and European Exchange atmarket
rates. - - den
JANES T. Co.
Oloceessors to S. JONES a C0..1
cornOr Fourth and Wood' Sts., •
3 3 ALM . = 331
IVY AND SILL ALL BINDS OF
GOLD, MYER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST TAVOItiBLE - TNEIO3.
reinterestAllowed on DepOnits.
. , .
Allirlioney loaned on Government Bonds at
lowest, market rates.
Order' executed tor the -Purelnumi
and Sale of gITOCISS, BONDS and
JAMES T. 'BEADY & CO.
Igr' PARTIES . DESIRING , TO
INV s bT in UNION AND CENTRAL PA
CIFIC BONDS can save one per cent. by purchas
ing before •
Bonds outland ibr deliver". "'
JAMBS t: BRADT & CO.,
Agents Central and Union F'aelfle Railroad corn
ntes,corner Fourth and Wood streets. de/3:W
ro iimu tto aa*.
FINANCE AND TRADE,
Ctirrion op PitTsiitinqa aszirrTit,_
SATIMDAT, January 23, 1869.
The banlr. eta _ tement being very favor-
able, ihe ease in money has increased,
and stocks and - ,:gold . have, advaticed,
whilst " goVertiment• seeinitles
barely steady. The .high rate of ex
change and the scarcity of cotton and
other commercial bills has led to heavy ]
shipments of gold, speculators availed]
themselves' of 'this' opportunity to ad-]
vane the premium from 135% to 134(,]
with a strong market. The probability]
is that a rapid rise in gold will be bun
gurated by the foreign houses, as well
as the exchange dealers and - stock ope
rators' who find thiil working in their
hands. The great ease in the money
market will give operators all the facili:
ties-of carrying large amounts of gold
at a low rate whieh'will be still reduced
by the scarcity ,of gold on the market;
even the Government can do , but little
In the way of sales, since the market
steadily advanced: under heavy dis
bursements, and' is not likely to decline
much, even at the entire sales of the
Government bonds have been barely
steady, under a light speculative and in
vestment demand; quotations from 'Eu
rope are not favorable to any increased
demand from there, and unless Congress
drops all ideas of redac,ing the Interest
or changes the ,pature, of, the .present
lesiine,lEiiroPeati . .koPiliiiitit' will . prefer
their home issues; only in the event of a
large rise in .gold would there be any
inducement to ship bonds on speculation,.
becoming then a cheap investment.
Closing quotations as, , received,tioy Ph..
R. Mertz: ,Goldj /Wl'
11214; Five Twenties, 1862, 113; do,
1864,109%; do, 1865, 110; do, 1865, new.
1083]; do, 1367 108% ;,_do, 1868, 108 X;
Ten Forti e s, ' lomft RaUroads Cleve
land & Pittsburg!. 92; Pittsburgh,.
Fort Wayne it Chicago. 123%; Chicago
dti ItoOk - Islandil32 . %;eChicago, it North
Western, 821; do Preferred, 881,‘; Erie,
1383507ew York Central, • 164 Michi
gan ittiontherty.96;44 Reading, 96X; Ohio
it Mississippi "Certificates, 37r West
ern Union. Telegraph Company, 36W,;
Merchants Union Express Company,
• 17X; Pacific 'Mail, 'II9X; Aderint,'' 59x;
Mining shares—Gregory, 2,90; Quartz
Hill, 68; Smith it Parmele, 2,60; Cory
—Alex. Macrae, in his recent Liver
says: One of the most ex
traordinary features of this Season is
the rush of barley from Great Britain to
the United State& = YYapp eirirs' that
American distillers, more especially
those of Chicago, tave suddenly dill;
covered the superiority of our growth,
and we are shipping from the first of
this. month to, the, present date some
120;000 . bushels, against not- a single
bushel this time last, year! If , any evi
dence was wanted of the constant ne
cessity of Americans and English to try
and reciprocate produce, it is here sue.
cessfully afforded. The value of British
barley for malting purposes is 6a to
(is 6d per bushel,of 60 pouada
Closing qnotaticnis received by Tames
T. Brady & Co.: Gold, 185%; 'United
Btateis : Sixes, '4881'A:412)0 6io'ail /BA
113; 5-20's. 1884, 109%; 5-20's, 1865,
110; Five Twenties, new, 18$5, 1083 i;
Five Twentie4l new,. 1867, -108 1 %; Five
Twenties, 1848 i 108 g• Ten. Forties, 1073 g.
Orrioz op Prrrsousou Gezmill t i
EisTuint.Y.l.TaintarY 23, 1869. S
Netwithstanding the weather was clear
and Pleasant; the situ shining serenely,
there seemed to be a slight eclipse over
the trade to-day. There was next to
nothing done in the.ay of business, and
as a,general thing operators were congre
gated together in knots, discussing the
_future prospects of the trade, and as
usual, scarcely any two of them advo
cated the samevieivio One thought I the
turning point had been reached; that all
the excitement,_and. almost unprece
dented advance in prices, was the result
, of the manipulations of a few designing,
monied men, and that - the trade is now
4 4 Pi. D-VMON,
PE IWiEVM )lARSET.
REVIEW FOE TUE WEEK.
as It were, - on aluge. Volcano, r tvhich at
any moment is 'liable to ' expiide.
Another witiof qUitia - differenti Opinion,
The advance is all right and legitimate,
and, worse still, is oray a foruuste of j..
what is coming. The demand is large
and constantly inereaaing, 'bile thew°.
deletion is.'icarcily 'ffOldirig listawli, And
as a consequence, a higher range of pri.
ces is Inevitable. Still another (more ,
eonservative) inclines to toe belief that
ia the event of certain contingencies, oil
will be higher, while at the same - time,
. the - Ow:mei are' just. as •fayoitade for it
being lower. A fourth sine (wiser' than
all the rest) thinks none of them, him.;
Self inclUded, knows anything about it;
that in its present condition, there is not
much use in conjecturing in regard to
the stocks, production, Or riiimind; or as
to whether, this clique or. ,that faction
will be able or fail to make their point.
*relieve tiins brietiyaketcheti f ihe views
of some of , those engaged in the trade,
merely to show what a diversity cif feel
ing prevails. All, of course, ard aftei the
.samo arid, but they have 'riot different
ways of getting at it, and while some are
destined to be successful, , others will
utterly fin, in this as in everything else;
it has always been so and' always, will
be. There is one peint„ ow ever, on
*hi& irdtly all agree; - sod 'that; iji that
unless there is a largely - in rowed pia.
duction;Prices are destined to rule
kdgher this year than they did last.
-The market Was eiceedingly eitriet and
rather dullish today, •and while the
offerings were light, buyers_ were re
ported remarkably searge. -The -next
six months. sellers,' optifin,-which"was
sold yesterday at 17e, was-offered to-day
at 16J o, without - flndirift a- buyer, while
all the year, which sold on Thursd
153 f e, seller,Bras .offered to-day at 15c,
with a simiarresult. At Oil City there
- were offers to sell at $7, againirreported
sales yesterday at $7,25. . •
Also, was exceedingly . quiet, ,not a single
sale reportrd, and while the; • market was
decidedly dull, prices are without to/ate
rial change"; Theiehaa `beer it heavy
volume of business daring the week,
and that, too at big--priiccits,-,,,but. to-days
as already intimated, was a perfect
blank. Private cable - telegrams report
BArsailles suphs,ving,advanoed six francs
isincethb 4th 'inist. ''Brettimi and
burg at what was equivalent to 61 franca.
The receipts of Crude during the week • '
were 12,363 barrels; against. 25,837 bar-
,rein,last„..we,itk4„lrmia January laL. to
date;..4l3,774lcharnilif,Againstl: o 9,s7C Mime
time last year. Shipments of Relined •
emit A 516 bnrrels, sgainsta, 353 huit week.
Sales this week, 109,000 barrels, 'against
162,700 last week. -; •
_ LIIBRICATINQ OILS.
Eclipse Winter Lubricating ; oil .40c
Eclipse. Railroad axle 35c
Eclipse Machinery --75 c
Eclipse Spindle Sek
;Ecliptic! Tanner's Stuffing 40c
Eclipse Tanner's Finishing oil 65c
' 'OIL SHIPPED 'Ai Err BY A. V. B. B.
.24fat. Ref. Co:; 200 do ;do to F.-A. Dil
worth & Co., Philadelphia.
Braun .t Wagner, 60 do tar to Wallace
& Curtis Philadelphia.
Total 'shipments Refined 200
" Tar 50
CENTRAL .LIVE-STOCK MARKET.
PrcN'A CENTItAL STOCK YARDS,
WEDNESDAY Jan. 20, 1869,
The PiVililat s him been dull all week,
the sales Since the date of our last re
port, on Wednesday, only reaching 365
head. Prices are lower, and, as will be
stdm,by, refelepce, to report df,., sales,
there were but versr-few _sold above
7,50.• Whole dumber,acild at these yards
since this day week, 604 head. To-day
there had not been a single - Sale up to 2
p. rd.; and there are only some eight gar
loads in the pens unsold.. The fallowing
are the sales:
Zsigler to Baker 18 head, weighing
19,025, at 6,873 x; Clark to. Kline 16,weigh
ing 15,300, at 540;' Adams to Hefty 1 bull,
weighing 1,200 Shields to Martin 38,
weighing 46,17 . p, at 6,50; Hedges t Taylor
to X',lltithti . weigititig Ni 776; .5127;
.1. M. Ccilei to E. Raker 2 oxen, weighing
.6,650, at 6,50; Ada* to „Kline I,7,,weigh
ing 20,150; at 6,50.
Holmes, Lafferty , & Co. to 'J. Anil 2
stage, weighing 3,000, at 6,50; same to
same 16, weighing 8,150, at 7; same
to same 2 oxen, weighing 3,225, at
.7,55; same to same 15, weighing 14,7 00, _
at 6,25; same to Hines 6, weighing 6,650,
at 5,65; L. Rothchilds to Hellitzburger 10,
weighing 9,700, at 5,75;" seine to same 2,
weighing 2,025, at 5; Holmes, Lafferty ez
Co. to Miller 20, weighing 18,150, at 4,60;
O. dc W. to Finkbine 18; waighirig 21,290,
at 6,80; Hedges dc Taylor to S. DIM& 2,
weighing 4500, at 4,75; same, to. Heintz
burger II; weighing 7,800; at 5,25;-same to
same 1 bull, weighing 1,225, at 5; Holmes,
Lafferty dt Co.. to McGaryey 19, weighing
20,150,•at 6; Henderson to Zeigler 20,
weighing 17,600; same to Haley' 2, weigh
ing 1,625; HOlmes, Hafferty El Co: to F.
Rose 48; weighing 38,525, at 5; T. Miller
to Anll 19, weighing 19,150, at 6,75. •
Holmea, Laferty et, Co. to W. Duffy 24,
weiLhing 22,65 0 , at 4,25; Robitiaw to W.
Daffy 19 weighing 19,550,at 5,25.
Under -the influence of continued light.
receipts, ; the market contindes Arm, and
inices are pretty well sustained. Sales
sines the'date of onr last report, on Wed
nesday, of 1,979 head , -at from IA to 11,90,
according to quality and condition.
January 23.—Flour and
grain unchanged and quiet in every, re
spect. Cotton dull and prices nominal,
283i0 for middling. Whiskey in fair de
mand at $1,98, although some sales were
made at 11,9741,97%. Provisions buoy
ant and prices a shade higher. Good de
mand for baconAild bßlls 11)(103,* and a
large amount taken by speculators.
Mesa pork , in demand at $3OOO, but held
at 1529,4:* dellirefeil it' Philadelphia, and
4,000 bbls at 125,00 delivered at Cincin
nati, and 75 bbis at 129,50 delivered at
Chicago. Bulk meats in demand at 13c
for shoulders, 150 for sides, and 144016 m
for clear rib and clear sides;' 20,u00 lbs
sides sold at 160 for clear rib. and 16%0
for clear sides, to be delivered on March
10th. Bacon in demand at 140 for shoul
ders, and 17a17%e for clear rib and clear
sides, but at close all held at qo higher.
Lard firm at 19%c, but mostly held at
20c. Sugar cured hams , and: the
`demand ti ter. Mutter dull and 'plenty .
at 33a280. Eggs declined to 21a22c, - ' the
supply larger. Linseed oil quiet and
unchanged. Petroleum firm at 840,36 for
refined. Lard oil active 'at'sl,6olll,Bs •
Gold, 135%, buying. 'Exchange Arm' at
'par, buying: The money market is
quiet at 8810.