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COLEMAN, . RAIIM &., Cosa
IRON, N AILS, • STE EL,
, . . .
AXLES AND. SPRINGS,
Dognesne Iron, Sheet and Tank Iron,. Junlata
lion. Wagon Boa Iron. Charcoal Iron. Lyiluder
Iron, E.l.lron, Flanged Cutter Bare, Guard Iron,
• Drag and Dropper liars, T Rail for Coal lloade.
Iron wedges., Flat Rail tor Coal Roads, Bolter
'lron, Crow Ba a. Chain Links. Boller Heatts,
!Steel and Iron I arrow Teeth. Carriage, Wagon,
Beal and Coach springs, and Axles, all steles:
-Slab Steel fore ws, Cult Iv ator tqeel , Steel Wings
and Moulds eat to p.ttern. S ring stet I aft
sizes. A. B. Steel and Steellire, Steel Crow Bars,
Steel Shafting, &c. •
.11.14, GOODS FIRST CLASI AND WARRAN -
mai-Offices and Works 16th street and Alle
gheny river and 77 WATF,R STREET. Pitts
GODEFFROY BRANCKER & CO.,
42 Exchange Place, New York,
Are prepared, as Soie Agents Sn the United
States for the Prussian Mining and Iron Com-
'piny of Duisburg,. Westphalia, to contract or
!ell in quantities to suit purchasers, (delivered In
either New York or Philadelphia,) the celebrated
V. G. SPIEGELEISEN
Ueed so extensively for the manufacturing of
This Iron Is free from Sulpnr and Phosphorus,
and contains a heavy per cen' age of Manganese
Full particulars, samples, prices or chemical
analysis will be promptl7 forwarded on apnllea-
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.,
SINGER, MMICB & CO.,
Manufacturers of every description of
CAST IND GERMAN STEEL,
p. A TT,WAY SPRINGS,
ELLIPT.IC PLATFORM SPRINGS,
AXLES, STEEL TIRE, An., Ac
Warehouse, 83 Water and 100 First Sts.
%KILLER, BAUR it PARKIN.
METCALF, IREUBEN MILLER.
GE/. W. BARR, L CILAS. PARKIN.
SPECIAL l'Ar.rxEr.-S. M. KIER
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
MILER, BARR Sz PARKIN,
Orace, - No. 339 Liberty St,
PARK, BROTHER & CO.,
Mazufsixturers of ill descriptions of
2E3°l l 3E'alPilr a.
Office and Ware]louse 120, 122. '124 dECOND
and ,Iti-and ..121-FALST STREETS,
JAS. Valucss, ,Pres't
AND IRON CO.,
Railroad -Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car Axles Rolled;
Railroad Car Axles Itammered;
Locomotive Frame Shaper;
Side Rods; _
Yokes. Straps; -
Piston Rods, Wristrr,
Pitman Jaws, Collars, Ate.
Office, No. 177. PENN STREET,
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Warehouse, Nos. 166 audl67 FIRST
STREET, odposite Mortouga.u.u. moose.
Founded A. D. 1833.
ADAMS, BrICEE & CO.
as.aarorAcruma s .OP
SETSTONIC STAI3 DAR D,A IRB A N S PAT.
'ENT) PLAIPUILII AND COUNTER
Janns Paced Patent Door Locks and Latches,
Paint and Coffee tollis, 3c.n.
CORNER OF FIRST AVENUE & GRANT BTEL,
71POPEBB KILL AND MILTING W 011,18
PARK, - MCCURDY & CO.,
etantintetneete Of tlheathln6, BrlPgi r tn Bolt
resded COppet Sonoma/0414nd - BOt
to , peiterliolder, 11180.11nRet,cnsimd al •
erg u Metal; Tin . Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, &c.
Con oantly on hand Pincers' Machines aLd Tools.
Warehouse, No. 140 FIRST STREET and LAU
SZCOND STREET, Pittsburgh.
'Special orders of Conner nut to any desired nat.
GAS AND STEAM FITTING
30112C3.4 coorio ' sJos.tikavii.;...axicay sm.
• TOHN M. COOPER & CA).,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS
Mallitsc , iarere of PUMPS AND BRAes WORK,
cf rvin7Vescrlptinn; dealers In OM YLITUREt
AND TORING, -- Ttf lU kinds.
Cor. of — Pike and Walnut Streets,
KNAP FORT PITT
FOUNDRY COY PANY.
OFFICE AND WORKS,
Or 'Engines, Rolling Mill Ma
chinery, Nail Machines, Re.
tOrts, and Castings generally.
AND PIPE WORKS. -,
Corner Carroll and Smallman Streets.
CAST LEON BOWL PIPE
BUR GAS AND WATER WORKS. -
My Plbes are all cast invariablyin Pits, in dry
stand. awl 12 feet lengths. Also, full assortment
Castings for Gas and Water Works.
I would also call the attention of Superintend •
ens. of Has Works to my make of RETORTS.
MORTON STREET, Ninth liVard,
THOMAS N. MILLER, President.
These Worts are among the lassest and most
complete establishments In the West. and are
non prepared to furnish
Engines, of every deseripilen.
Boilers. Oil Tanks.
Sheet Iron Work
ROBLNSON, REA ty - . CO.,
Successors to Itoßrssorr, Mutts £ MILLERS,
FOUNDERS AND MACH•INISTS, PITTSBURGH,
Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Steam En
gnaeitt!inßia6m l i f i nginep i 4llll Machinery, Gearing.
&no stiff , Castings
an ° lVie d eri e r , o r' r titi n o g ri.. "l Tanks
Once, s No. 12, corner First and \ nmithtleld
Agents for GI PFARD'S PATENT INIECTOR
for seeding Boilers.
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Dirtier Street, Ninth Ward,
W. P. PORT37I, Bnpni.
Bolling Mill and Bridge Castings,
MACHINERY Ni)A cAermie GENERALLY.
- Orders promptly and carefully executed.
EBBERT & BACKLIND.
THOMAS. CARLIN & CO.,
Fourth' Ward Foundry and Machine Works,
SANDUSKY BT., ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.,
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, 011 Presses,
z u.leys, Shafting, lirlst anu Saw Mill Work,
IWIIInK 51111 and Machine Castings, Grate Bars,
Weights, Wagon Boxes, ac. i3ulld to order and
have on band Engines of all sixes. myl4:qs
880 Penn Street.
BOLLMAN I BOYD & BAGALEY.
Chill Rolls, MIII Castings, Roll Lathes, &c.
Dealer in Rinds of Lumber.
ON HAND AND FOR SALE:
1 000 000 feet Dry rine Boards; . •
150.000 feet 1% and A. inch Clear Plank;
30,000 feet Dry 13 Ineu Common Plank;
- 30,000 feet Dry 1 and 2 inch Oak:
25.000 feet Dry 2, 2% - and 3 inch Ash,
5,000 ft. Dry 2,' 4 %, In. Cherry /Maple,
30,000 ft. Dry I,IA, 2:and 3 Inch Poplar:
10,000 feet Dry Poplar' Scantling; •
1150,000 feet Hemlock Joists and ScAnting:
750,000 No. 1 111-Inch Shingles, sawed; .
. 250,000 No. 1 164nch Shlnalea, sawed;
40,000 No. 1 16-inch Shingles, snaved;
*O,OOO Fire Brick;
1,000 Fire Tile.
WO Tons Fire Clay;
YARTM - No. 140 PREIILa STREET. fort:wily
Manchester, and 157 REBECCA STREET,opps
alto thathia Works, Alter:hi ny City. no t:
'SAMUEL M. WICKEINHAM,
IRON BROKER ,
124 First Street, Pittsburgh, pa.
o.,„nd other brands of Anthracite, Yottgldno
gheny Coke and C. H. edema , .
PIG 11L(.31 , N5.
elniva , renments are most re 9 "...trolly anllnit►n
'COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
Having removed their Office to
NO. .567 - LIBERTY STREET,
• (Lately City Floor ACM SECOND ELOCUL
Are now prepared to furnish good YOUGHIO•
61:114 NY LUMP, NUT COAL ORSLACE, at the
lowrst mortet price..
All orders lent at their office, or addressed to
them through the mall, will be attended to
Bolling Bill Csedings.
General Casting a.
(Opposite Union Iton 311118,)
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
COAL AND COKE.
PITTSBURGH GiZETTE : TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1869.
ENGINES; BOILERS, &C.
HUGH N. BOLE & CO.,
Cor. Point Alley and Duquesne St.,
Engine Builders, Founders and
Manufacture STEAMBOAT ENGINES and STA
TIONARY ENGINES, of all sizes.
Special attention invited to our new STATION
ARY OIL WELL ENGINE AND PORTABLE
BoILER, of 15-horse power.
CASTINGS of every kind. madetoorAler &tour
Foundry, on THIRD STREET, below Market.
RIGS for Oil Wells, SHAFTING, PULLEYS,
HA_NGERS,HOLISE and TOBACGOSCREWS and
IRON TOBACCO PRESSES, on hand and made to
order, at the
Fronting on the Allegheny River, near the Pant,
PITTSBITRGE, PA. ,
.rir All order& promptly Illled. TET s.
1101 STILL MI TANK
CARROLL & . SP4YDER,
TUBULAR.. DOUBLE-FLIIED TUBULAR,
lIIILL-AUX AND CYLINDER STEAM HOLL
oIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, BALT PANS AND CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL SHIITES
Stare and Warehouse, corner Second,
Third, Short and ILiDerty_litreets.
izr Orders sent to the above address will be
promptly attended to. ' • 1nb7:189
Wk. BARNHILL ,Sr. CO., ,
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. AO, AZ, 114 AND Silti PENN ST.
Having secured a large yard and fcrntshed It
witti the most approved machinery, we are pre-
Fared 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, Tanks. 011 Stills, Agita
tors, Settling Pans. Holier Iron. Bridges, Sugar
Pans, and sole mint facturers of Barnhill's Pat
Repairing done on shortest notice. 11.3 : c'2l
JAMES M. RI'S'ER,
Nos. 55 awl 56 Water Street,
KAN - cre.clunzu or
IRON OIL TANKS,
15ZTTLING PANS. COPPER STEAM firs.
SOLLING MILL STACR'S,
JARED ......... ED'AVND D. DIIDEII
JARED M. IMUSII & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
SHEET IRON WORE,. &O
61 Penn Street. Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, &c
THE BEST STOVES.
A. BRADLEY & CO.
Manufacturers of the greatest varletT of
Cook, Parlor and Heating Staves,
TO BE FOUND IN THE STATE.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Base Burning
(Medial. Stoves and 'Furnaces for Hard Coal or
Cote. Best in the World for l'arlor,l Mee. Store or
Church. F re needs no rekindling—burns all win
ter. Do nol b tv until you see or send fur Circular.
No. 30 WOOD STREET.
Our Agents for Oritntals—DE•ild LE,R BitoS.
Smithfield St.; GEO. DUDLEY. Allegheny City
GRAFF, lIUGUS. & CO.,
MANUFACTUREUE OF ZWEILY VARIETY OF
BOSTON COOKEIVG BAN6E,
"THE FIERY FURNACE,"
THE NEW ANTI-BUST COOKING STOVE,
••REGULATOII." COLUMBIA COOK STOVE.
'IAN'S I Cluelnnatl Pattern) PORTABLE
R RANGE F C kST ISoN MANES. WELLMAN'S
E .KCTOR, ORATES,, free TL 'rum dirt and dust;
G.I.ATE YHAMTS, FLNDERS..,
206 and 20S Liberty Street,
senyl7 PITT: 4 I3 Ultt; H. PA
COOK - STOVES.
, CET THE BEST.
BISSELL , CO:S
FOB BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Roast as
all as any other Stove in the Union.
_ BISSELL CO.,
No. Q 35 Liberty Street.
woo oh hand and for sale, .
, GRATE FRONTS, TENDERS.
. 0001EINO RANOEB, ay.
PITTSBURGH PAPER MANI,.
FACTORING COMPANY, Manufacturers of
PRINTING & WRAPPING PAPERS
MILL—NEW BRIGHTON, PA.
No. 82 Third Streot, Pittsburgh, Pa.
• Onricnrce—AlJOUST HARTJE,Yrealdent.
JNO. B. LIVINGSTON. Treasurer.
SAMUEL RIDDLE, Secretary.-
DTP.ILOTORS—AugPst llartJe. John Atwell, S.
IL Hartman, John B. I.' •tugton.
(lath paid for Paner Stock. jaYS:aaa
WEST COMMON • -
Machine Stone Works,
Northwest corner of West Common, Allegheny.
• FRED% 'ATVATEH CO.
Have on hand or prepare on short notice Hearth
and Step Stones, - Flags for Sidewalks, Brewer.
Vaults, £c. Head and Tomb Stones, As.
Orders promptly executed. Prices reasonable
(NEAR THE POINT')
and SHEET IIZUN WOPK.
FOR WARSIING BUILDINGS
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE.
FORT PITT BANKING COMPANY,
So. 169 Wood Street.
CAPITAL, : :: : $200,000.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE,
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Collections made on all accessible points in
the patted States and Canadas.
D. Hostetter, 1 Jno. C Risher,
Jimeallordon, 1 Itobt. King,
D. Wallace, ' Andrew
K. Fawcett, I James M.. Bailey.
BAWL. DeCLIIIIKAN, Presit.
D. LEET WILSON. Cashier.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Cor. of Wood and Sixth Sts.
A. PATTERSON ...-.... ........ President..
JOB. HILL ..... ...oaehler.
CAPITAL, : : : $500,000.
kieorge W. Case,
kt R. Palmer,
Wm. H. Brown,
Dan. It. Davidson,
W. td. Haven,
T, AT 11 A. N.
HART, CA.UGHEY & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner 'Third and Wood Streets,
(BUCCESSORWTO HANNA, HART & C 0.,)
Exchange, Coin, Coup Ons,
Lad. particular attention paid to the_purcbase
arid sale ol
stelit Drafts on London.
1Z HOLMES be SONS,
' 3312/..lV3Er•Mrtei f
57 Market Street, -
1-1.'1"1"2 - 1313U1101-1. PA.
Collections made on all the principal points of
the tilted ntates and Canadas.
StoOks,Bonds and other Securities ,I
BOUGHT AND GOLD COMIIII.IBION.
Particular attention paid to the purchase and
United States Securities.
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
HERBERT W. C. 'MEDDLE,
Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils.
relipge Itrailromid Azle Oil
St:unls great heed without. change: remains
Ihnyhi a: lowest temperature.. special 1)11 fur
tr , pleal 01:111iler or hut weather.
1.017.U 1011 ve. Engine, Machine Shop,
Statt' pill and Planing . nit' mix,
Adaptrt ;..r Itl,ol ,peed.
Spindle till. W.. 01 lientlALight Oil, _
USG 'l'nnuttak • Slull= Hottatate,
int; at Finish Oatioline,
Iltartiett% Ott Part atline.
AltMoit Val:NI:ill. to prs,c rye Bright Iron
Work ntl Machinery from Rust.
These pro tarts are manufactured under Dr.
Trretittir's p.lent becuperinatted Strata in Vat:-
Tne Lubricating oils are almost, odorless.
perfectly purr. uniform. and mostly light col
ored. atand a high temperature unchanged and
remain Limpid durlngextreme cold. The Railroad
111,s are allege:olrd, and are ill constant use on
many of thj principal Railroads :samples can
be examiurd and orders lift at 171 WOOD
bTREET, Works at altarpsbarg Bridge.
WA RING AND KING,
Commission Merchants awl. Brokers In
Petrol Cum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY '
WARING, MIRO& CO.,
127 Walnut Street.
T ACK BROTHERS,
Petroleum and its Products,
Plttaliernki Once—DALZELL'I3 BUILDING,
corner of DINUOIIIIO Way and Irwin streets.
Fidladelplda Oinoe—lST WALNUT BT.
He M. LONG & CO.,
PURE WHITE . BURNING OIL,
Office, fia. 2 DIIPC6IIB Way, Pittabaligh.
PEARL MILL' - FAMILY . 'FLOUR.
PEARL MILL Threel3tarfireen'ThiLed. equal to
FRENCH FAMILY ' . FLOUR.
Tbli Flour will only oe sent out when me
PEARL BILL ELBE BRAND,
' • Ewa to best St. Louth.
PEARL MILL RED BRAND.
ual to best ODIO flour.
WHITE CORN FLOUR AND CORN MEAL.
R. T. KEENED! 6 BRO..
miegbpai. Sept.. 9. Dlfw, PXAlli. MILL.
FRUIT F.101113r, ASSObIATION DIIILDiNCIS,
:Nue:. II and 4 St. Clair Stmet, Plttatintgb; Ps.
Special attention Oren' to the designing and
building e f 001lItT HOUSES and PUBLIC
CENTRAL AND UNION
PACIFIC RAILWAY FONDS,
The eheapeai Investment now in the market for
sale by •
Corner FIFTH AVENUE & WOOD STREETS
- Also, dealer In Government Bonds. Gold awl
Coupons and_ European Exchange at market
rates. . dell
JAMES ig BRADT & C 0. ,.
(Successors to S. JONES & C 0..)
Comet — Fourth and Wood Sts.,
13 30,3 2Ft.
BUY AND SELL ALL RINDS OF
HOLD, SILVER AN) COUPONS,
• ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS. -
'Mr Interest Allowed on Deposits.
Money loaned on Oovernment Bonds at
lowest market rates.
Orders executed for tike Purelunte
and 'Sale of _STOCKS, BONDS and
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.
Clltilitti . ittgijetiiitttt..
FINANCE JsbiD TRADE,
OFFIOR OF Prrrsmirtea GAZETTE,
MONDAY, February 1, 1569.
Closing quotatlons as received by Ph.
R. Mertz: Gold, 135%; Eighty-one's ,
112; Five Twenties, 1862, 112%; do,
1864, 109%; do, 1865, 110!.4; do, 1865, new.
108%;:do, 1867, 108%; do, 1868, 108%;
Ten Forties, 108 1 / 4 ; Railroads Cleve
land & Pittsburg:l. 92; Pittsburgh,
Fort Wayne A! Chicago. 120!‘; Chicago
it Rock Island, 130%; Chicago & North
Western, 837; • do Preferred. 00%; Erie,
—; New York (.74 - antral, 161; .Michi
gan Southern, 93%: Reading, 93; Ohio
Mississippi Certificates, 37%: West
ern Union Telegraph Company, 37%;
_Merchants Union Express Company,
13%; Pacific! Mail, 118%; Adams, 68;
Mining shares—Gregory, VO; Quartz
Hill, 70; Smith Parmele, 2,25; Cory
—Closing quotations received by James
T. Brady tx Co.: gold, 135; United
States Sixes, 1881's, 112; 5-t,'o's, 1862,
113: 5-20's, 1864, 1093;; 5-20's, 1565,
1101‘; Ty-20's January .and July, 1865;
108"L, - ; do. 1567, IW - 4; do. 1868, 108 N.
Seven Thirties, par less ~(; Due Com
pounds, 111; Union Pacific Railroad,
par; Central, 103; Cy. Pacifies, 1011. t..
OFFICE OF PITTBBCRC•H GAZETTE,
MoNuAy, February 1, 1869.
The oil market was remarkably quiet
to-day, but a single transaction reported,
and it was of but little importance.
From this it must not be inferred that
there is any let down, for such is not.the
case: the feeling, from all that we could
learn, was just about as strong-as ever,
and prices are fully sustained. There
seemed, however, to be . a disinclination
towards doing anything on the part of
both buyers and sellers, and, as if by
common consent, all were agreed for one
day to let oil severely alone. We have,
therefore, nothing:really new or import
ant to note in regard to the trade, fur
ther than, as already intimated, the
market for t ,both Crude and R.etlued was
quiet but ffim, with but little offering,
and but little wanted.
The Crude market was exceedingly
quiet to-day, not a single sale reported,
and prices, compared, with Saturday,
have undergone no quotable chan2e.
Spot.oil, in theabsence of sales, may be
quoted at 17y.4 to 1734; and next • six
months, sellers' option, 17 to 17 1 4. Buy
ers' option, all the year, is still quoted at
20. Telegrams from Oil City report the
market a little offish at that point with
offers to sell at a reduction of 15 to 20 eta
There was but a single sale reported 0-
day, 500 bbls on spot at 36% and—on Sat
urday evening—,l,2oo bbls for same de
livery, at same price.," 'February to
March quoted at 36%; April to December
at 35 avlvancing 3i; February to July 37;
February to June, buyer's option, 39; and
all year, same option 4 . .
Eclipse Winter übri, 40
Eclipse Railroad Axlecating oil
Eclipse Machinery' ' 750
Eclipse Spindle! f 800
Eclipse Tanners' Stuffing 400
Eclipse Tanners' Finishing oil 65c
OIL SHIPPED EiST BY A. V. E. B.
B. W. Morgan Sc Co., 100 do do to
Warden s Frevr dr. Co.. Philadelphia., -
B z - gilW4,ner, 50 , dO 4.10 to Var
ing, King & Co., Philadelphia.
Total shipment?! Refined..lso
'ALLEGHENY CATTLE MARKET.
OFFICE OP PITTSBUTIOn GAZETTE,
- MONDAY, Pe brttal7 - 1, 1869.
With another small, supply of Cattle
on sale - to-day, only U 5 head, the market
was a dnil one, though prices, generally,
ruled higher. Some de,algs reported an
advance of fully 50c per cwt., ,Nyhile
others alleged, that theyi - realized no
better prices than sla,st •week; we think,
howeVer, that there , is no dOrabt but
what prices were`, higher, though there'
seems to be a disposition-rnanifesad on
the the part of some dealers to keep the
Lander and stock-grower in , igniirance of
an:advance, whenever one is established,
being apprehensive that it may ,:nterfero
with their buying from these parties.
Now tits shows a very selfish disposition
to say the least, and no high-toned drover
or dealer will ever resort to such mean
, . .
strategiin order to accomplish this or
anything else. Our advice to these
parties is to always report the market as
it is, and not try to make the impression'
that it is a very hard one, when at the
same time, there has been at au advance
of 40 to 50c per cwt., and scarcely enough
in market to supply- the retail irade.
As will be seen by reference to sales,
prices ranged from 4,50 to 5,50 for stock
ers; 6 to 7c for common to medium
butchers stock, and 7,50 to 5,50 for prime
to extra do.
Hedges st Taylor retailed 30 head at 6
to 7,50; N. Carr, 20 head, on.commission,
at 6 to -7,50; Smith 6: Blue 37 head at 4
to 6,50; C. Metz 15 he Washington
county scalawags, at an average of 5,50;
James Hardin S head Washington'county
cows and heifers at 5,25 to 6,4; Holmes,
Lafferty Co. 70 head at 4to 5,30; L. &
J. Shamberg 20 head at 5 to 7,50; Trur
man, it Lohman 54 bead °hick and.Perma.
stock-at sto 8,25; Jas. McAllister 20 head
Indiana cattle, for W. Wood, at 5,75 to.
6,75; S. Marks sit Bro. 70 head Illinois and
Ohio stock at 6 to 8,25; Greenwald it
Kahn 80 bead Western stock at 7 to B', 3 st;
Stakely & . Bro. 17 head cows , and steers
at 4to 6c; Keefer 5 head-at 6,62; Peter
Hartman 30 head at 4to 6,75; Naas it
Kraus 25 head at 6to 8,25; M. Verner 21
head Ohio Cattle at 5,75 to 7,50; Alexan
der 15 head common Mercer county
steers and heifers at 4 to 5,50; Ross
wholesaled 21 head to Verner at 16,25;
Jacob Needy 30 head good to extra steers
at 6,50 to 8,60;'E. Katz 10 head cows at 5
to 6c—fresh cows $5O; D: C. Davis 13 head
cows, Leiters and bulls, expected to
average sc; Wel ster had 13 head Same
kind cattle at same price.
There was unusually . ..large supply of-
Sheep on sale to-day, about 2.3UU head,
but with several droves. taken for tship
rnent, tae market, especially for prime
fat Sheep, was firm and prices pretty
well sustained. We quote prime to extra
at '5 to 6 cts per pound, and "scalawags,"
suitable for Bath:t butchers, at $1,50 to
$2,50 per head.
Richey wholesaled 150 head prime fat
Sheep at 5,25 cts.
Alexander wholesaled 150 head from
Mercer Co., at $1,40 to $2,75 per bead.
C. H. Moulton sold 200 at $1,75 to 3,25;
M. Flinner 200, nnsold-=held at $2; J.
Walters 250 at $1,50 to 2,50; J. Shaw 120,
sold at - $1,25 to 5,25; Holmes, Lafferty
Co; sold 103 for Barnes at 3to 4t cts per
pound: and 31 for Quick at 4; J. Davis
sold 32 to Boss Ackley at 4,75; and 197
head smlawags unsold; Haulin sold 30
head a; an average of 4,75- '
sold 70 head and Allison had 200 unsold;
Kerr 28 head unsold; held at-$2,25 per
The Market was very fairly supplied,
and thi - butchers continue to bay spa
ringly in consequence of the extreme
prices, alieging, and that, too, very truly,
that consumers, cannot and will not buy
much !resh pork at prevailing prices.:
We erupts in a retail way at 11 to '143,
gross, :hough there were very few, sold
at the outside quotation.
Holnes, - Lafferty it • Co. sold 15 for
Ptieff67 at 12 cts: Stidmaker it: Horner to
Emeridi S.: Co. 54 at 11,75; - Nicholas Carr
15 at IL to 12; Jacob "Needy 30 at 12 cts:
Jacob Rotlichilds reports having retailed
at 13,51 to 14,50 cts.
OEFIC P. OP PITTSBURGH IiAZETTE,
MONDAY, February 1, 1869.
The film weather has imparted a little -
more tone to the markets in a general
way, and while there is a slight increase
in thevolume of business, there is still,
nevertaeless, plenty of room .for im
proverlent. The demand, althodgh a
little riore active, is entirely local, being
confined almost wholly to supplying im
media:a wants, while prices, generally,
are without important change.
APPLE BUTTER-75 to 65 cents. /
APPLES—Are coming in quite freely,
and the market is easier though prices -
are without quotable change, 0,00 to
BUTPER—Prime to choice Roll Butter
is in steady demand, and we can report
regular sates at 38 to 40c.
REINS-43,25 to 53,50 per bushel.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR—DuII at 4c.
CHEESE—Is firm mid hig.her; we now
quote Western Reserve at 18; Factory at
19; Ohio Goshen at 21 to 21;,: z ; and' islew -
York' do at 22 to 22'%.
CARBON OIL -Is very firm, and ad
vandug; we now cinote standard white
at 31.14 to 32.
CLAN BERRIES—Quoted at $2O to $22.
CORNMEAL—SI to sl,lu per bush.
DRIED FRUIT—Sales. Peaches at 13 to
11 - -fcr quarters; 15 to 16 for mixed and
173 to 18;4 lor. halves. Apples, 10 to
DRESSED DOGS—DuII; 12 1 ; 1 to 13;4.
EGGS—DuII; sales of fresh packed at
26 to 27c.
PROVISIONS— Bacon firm, with sales
of Shoulders at 15 to 1534; Ribbed Sides,'
17c to 17;;c; Clear Sides, 18c to 18)4c, and
Sugar Cured Hams. 19.3ic to 20c. Prime
kettle rendered Lard, 203 c to 21c, in
tierces, and 22e, in kegs. Mess Pork,
$31,50 to $32.
HOMlNY—Sales at $6,25 to $6,50.
HEMP—Sales at $2lO per ton.
POTATOES—DuII but unchanged;
Small sales in store at SJ to 85c.
PEANUTS—SaIes ki}io per lb.. -
TALLOW—Rendered, 11 to 11Mc.
SEEDS—SaIes of Cloverseed at $lO,OO
to $10,50; Timothy at $3,50 to $3,75, and
Flaxseed, at $2,40.
SALT—Is quiet but steady, and is still
quoted at ts 2 by the car load.
HAY—Continues very dull,With a sup-.
ply largely in excess of the demand;
we continue to quote on wharf at. $2O to
$25, for common to strictly prime Timo
thy Hay. • ' •
GRAIN—No movement in Wheat and
no established prices. Oats firm, though
the demand is by no means urgent; we
continue to quote at 65 to 66c on track
and in elevator,.and 87 to 68c in store.
Corn Is dull and unsettled: mixed may
be quoted at 75, and prime Yellow at /30c.
Rye is unsettled; buyers and sellers are
still , apart; offers to: buy at 01,45, while
holders generally are asking $1,98 to $1,50;
Barley Is unchanged; we continue to
quote prinieOldo and Penna. Spring at
f1',05 to $2.
SORGHUM-60 to 650.
LARD OIL—No. 1 is 'quoted at $1,70,
and No. 2 at $1,40.
FEATHERS Live Geese Feathers
quoted at 75 to 80 to the trade, and the
usual advance in a retail way.
FLOUR-Is dull and unchanged. We
quote Spring Wheat, $7,00 to 58, and
Winter •W heat, $8,50 to $9,25 per barrel.
Bre, Flour, $7,50 to 87,50. The Pearl Mill
quote their bes'. brands,, made of the
best Wheat. as fellows: • Extra Family
Flour,ln barrels. Iv. $9,30, and, in r sacks,
59,00 per barrel: Double Extra Family,
in barrels, $lO,OO, and, in sacks, $9,70 ;
per barrel; Spring Wheat PlOuri in bar
rels, $7,80. and ,in sacks, $7,50 per barrel.
The City Mills-quote 'prices ins follows:
Extra Family, (Winter) ,in barrels,
$9,30, and, in sacks, $9,00 per barrel;
Double Extra Family, in barrels, $9,80,
and, in sacks, $9,50 per. barrel, and
Spring, $B,OO, in barreli, and $7,70, in
sacks, per barrel.
WHISKY—We can report sales of
Highwines. in car loads, at 9.3 t to 94c,
and in a jobbing way, at Oil to 97c.
0N10N5.,45 to $6 per bbl.