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COLEMAN, RAHM & CO„
; IRON, j NAILS, STEEL,
AXLES AND SPRINGS,
Duquesne Iron, S.heet and Tantg_lron, Juniata
Iron. Wagon Box Iron , Charcoal Iron, tytinder
Iron, XL, Iron. Flanged Cotter Bars, Guard Iron,
Drag and Dropner Bars, T Rail for Coal Roads,
Iron wedges Flat Rail for Coal Roads, Boiler
Iron, Crow B ars, Chain_ Links, Boller Reads,
Steel and iron Harrow Teeth, Carriage, Wagon,
Seat and Coach Spririgs, and Axles, all styles:
blab Steel for Plows, Cultivator Steel, Steel Wings
and kibnids cut to pattern. during i-teel all
sires. A. B. Steel aud Steel Tire, Steel Crow Bars,
Steel Shafting, ac,.
ALL GOODS F CLAS3 AND WLBR
Offices and orks 16th street and' Atte
dyer and 7 WATER STREET.Pitts
GODEHROY IBANCKER & ei
42 Excharle Place, New York,
Axe prepared, as Bole Agents in the United
Stisteifor the. Prussian Mining and Iron
palsy ef Duisburg, Westphalia,. to contract or
sell in quantities to suit purchasers, (delivered In
e ither Ifeiv York or Philadelphia,) the celebrated
V. G. SPIEGELEISEN
Used so extensively for the manufacturing of
BESSEMER ' STEEL.
This Iron is free from Snip= and Phosphorus
and contains a heavy, per cent age of Manganese
Irallparticalars, samples, prices or chemlca
analysis will be promptly forwarded on apnlica
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS
SINGEVNtMICK & 00,1
Mannfacturera of every description of
CAST AND GERMAN STEEL,
ELUL". if. AND PLATFORM SPRINGS.
A XLIGS, STEEL TM, Esc.. ac
Warehouse, 88 Water and 14KI First Ste.
NVLWt, BARR & PARKIN
WM. METCALF. CHASEN MILLER,
C.M./. W. BARB, I . PARICDT.
BrsciAL Pea:num — S. M. BIER.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
XLLLER, BARB, &
Office, No. 339 Liberty St,
MK, BROTHER & CO.,
Ilanufacpirers of all descriptions of
Office ( and Warehonse,l%o, 1251.1.5149C0ND
and 119 and 121 FIT 13TBICETB,
presq..... W. F. FOE'rza, Sup,t.
AND IRON CO.,
Railroad Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car Axles Boned;
.13sHrollid Cat Axles Hammered;
Locomotive Frame Shapes;
Side Rods: • • .
Steamboat Shafts; -
Pistol% Rods, Wrists;
Pitman Jaws, Collars, &e.
OffLo43, No. 177 PENN STREET,
The Trustees are now''orepared to grant licen
ses for the use of the ELLEMLLA.USEN PRO-
The superior quality imparted to good iron,
the great Imp-orement in-inferior iron. and tee
reduced cost, commend it to all manufacturers of
Parties wishing to use it can obtain licenses by
applying to •
JAMES P. SPEER,
Attorney fcir the Trustees,
OFFICE;' $6O PENN STREET.
Parties interested are invited tw visit the
SHOICICESERGEK WORlCS.,wbere the process is
now In successful operation. fehldt7
E vERsoN,TREivroN & Co.,
*Pennsylvania Iron Works.
'Warehouse, - Nos. 166 aattl6l FIRST
STREET, o,,poelte Monongasehminus e
ar.2.1:d6 • PITTSBU,RGH.
NOVELTY WORKS. '
Founded A. D. MM.
ADAMS, BI'ILEE dz COI?
KEYSTONE STANDARDJFAIRBANK SPAT
ENT) PLATFORM AND COUNTER
Jaime Faced Patent
o , l o 3oorLoiske and , Latoh
and Erie ku IN /Lc.
MUER OP MST MEM la GRANT BTB,
GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
JOECII N. comma JOB. =IL
JOHN N. COOPER 1 CO.,
GAB AND STEAM I!ITTERS,
Manual:4' nrers of PUMPS AND 113A88 WORK.
of sverjApseriptionl dealers in (}Ali IPECTDILEn
AND TUBING, of all kinds.
Vor. of Pike and - Walnut Stieets,
KNAP FORT PITT
OFFICE AND WORKS,
VrEngines, Rolling Mill Ma
chinery, Nail Machines, Re
torts, and Castings generally.
ARO, PIPE WORKS. ,
Corner earroll said Smalley= Streets,
- .1"1=13131711.011. 1 2 . A.
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE
POR GAS AND WATER WORE&
My Pines are all cut inviriablyin Pita, in MY
sand, and 1511 feet lengths. Also, bill assortment
Castings for Gas and Water Works.
I would also call the attention of Superintend •
enta of Gas Works to my make of RETORTS.
MORTON STREET, Ninth Woad,
THONLtS N. MILLER, President.
These • Works are among the largest and most
complete establishments In the West, and are
now prepared to furnish
Engines, of every deseri@Oioa.
Bellcore, 011 Tanks.
Sheet Iron Work.
Rolling 11111 Castings.
ROBINSON, REA. Is, CO.,
Successors to ItOnurSoN, Muria & MYrramg.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH,
ifannfaclurers of• Boat and Stationary Steam En
gines, Blast Engines, Mlll Machinery, Gearing,
Shafting, Castings of all descriptions: 011 Tanks
and Stills, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. 121, corner Ylrst and Smithfield
Agents for OIFYABD'S PATENT ( InTECTOR
for seeding Boilers. jall:rls2
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
Butler Street, Ninth Ward,
Mang NM and BridgC Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CASTENGI3 GENERALLY.
Orders promptly and carefully executed.
THOMAS CARLIN & CO.,
Fourth Ward Foundry . and Machine Worki
BANDIISK.Y BT., ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.,
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, 011 Presses,
PuAsp, Shafting, Grist and Saw Mill Work,
Bolling A:Bland Machine Castings. Grate Bars,
Weights, Wagon Boxes, Le. Build to order and
have on hand Engines of. all sizes. myl4:qs
wv AND ROLL WORKS
880 Penn street.
BOLLMAN, BOYD & 8A114.1,11
011111 Rolls, MlU , Caatiage, 8011 Dithee, dc.
LUMBERS • LITIIIIIEIII I
Dealer in all Kinds of Lumber.
ON HAND AND Yon SALE ;
000,000 feet Dry Pine Boards;.
150,00048 et 1% and 2 inch Clear 'Plank
30,000 feet Dry 1% inch Common Plank;
30,000 feet Dry 1 and 3 Inca Oak: (.
35,000 feet Dry 3, 3.31, and 3 inch Ash,
5,000 ft . Dry SI, t.A.36, a in. Cherry &Maple,
30,000 ft. Dry 1,131, and 3 inchpoplar:
10,000 feet Dry Poplar Scantling;
250,000 feet Hemlock Joists and Scanting!:
750,000 No: 1 IS-inch Shingles, Sawed;
250,000 No. 116-inch Shingles, . sawedt
40,000 No. 1 16.-litch Shingles, sttaYed:
*O,OOO Fire Brick: '
1,000 Fire Tile.
100 Tons 'Fire CLayl
SO pItEBLE STREET: formerly
' Natichesterond 15 7 REBECCA STREET, oppO•
siVS the Gas Works, Allegheny City. • no
SAMUEL M. WICKERSHAM,
124 First . Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ju zgartas b al4r un c a o si r i s n im Dos o gsar e ,
smuts other brands of Anthracite, t e dnghlt:
gheny Coke and C.
Con aliments are most res neetfoThr sr I felted.
PM KILL AND SMELTING WORKS
PARK,, hicCURDY & CO.,
Nanticaottmers of !Sheathing, Brasiers' and Bolt
OapperressedooPper Bottoms,Dfsed Still Bot
ome, a lter Bolder. Also,impor , ers and Deal
ers ./1 fetal, Tin Plate, .Sheet Iron, Wiry &c.
Oon i tunny on hand Timers , Machined sad Toole.
Warehouse No. 140 FIRST EtTalesTlind bill
SODOND STREET` Pittsburgh..
OPeCial ceders of Copper cut Wang desired pat
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: DIONDA.Y: FEBRUARY X 22, 1869.
(Opposite Union Iron !Sills,)
ENGINES, BOILERt3, &c.
RUN X, BOLE 8s CO.,
Car. Point Alley and fitiquesne
(NUM 21IS POLRT, )
Engine Builders, Founders and
Manufactore STEAMBOAT ENGINRS and STA
TIONARY ENGINES of all clam
Special attention invited to our new STATION - .
ARY OIL WELL ENGDIE. AND PORTABLE
BOILER, of 15-horsevpower.
• CASTINGS. of every land, made to order stony
Foundry, on THIRD STRET, below Market.
RIGS for Oil Welle, SHAFTING. PULLEYS,
HANGERS, HOUSE and TOBAC 6'o SCREWS and
IRON T °SACCO PRESSES, on hand and made to
order, at the
Fronting on the Allegheny River, near the Point,
SO All orders promptly filled. TAY u 8
F ORT PITT
liEliLtß, STILL AND TANK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-FM:IED TUBULAR,
russ-sox. AND CYLINDER STEAM BOIL
OIL STILLS AND OIL TARR%
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS. SALT PANS AND CON
DGES;PIPES, GASOMETERS AND LEON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL BRUTES
Office and Warehouse, corner Second,
Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
1131" Orders sent to the above address will be
ptozently attended to. mb7:189
WM. EARNMLL & CO.,
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. ZO, AS, $l4 AND 516 PENN ST.
Having secured a large yard and thrashed it
'nut the most approved machinery, we are pre,
pared to manufacture every description of BOIL
BRS in the best manner, and warranted equal to
made In the country. Chimneys, Breeching,
Fire Beds, Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers,
Condensers, Salt Pans, Tanks, Oil Stills, Agita
tors, Settling Pans, Boiler Iron, Bridges, Sugar
Fans, aud.sole manufacturers of Barnhill's Pat
Repairing done on shortest notice.
JAMES M. BITER,
IffoB. 55 and 56 Tater Street,
IRON OIL TANKS,
SETTI,MI PANS, COPPER STEAM PIPE,
BOLLUiG MILL STACKS,
And SHEET IRON WORK,
• For Steamboats.
JAEZD li. BRUSH..., YDNYND D. BRUSH
JARED M. BRUSH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
SEEZT IRON WORIL dco.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, &c
THE HEST STOVES.
. A. BRADLEY & CO.
Manufacturers of the greatest rarlety of
Cook, Parlor and Heating Stoves,
TO BE FOUND IN THE STATE.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Base Burning
Orie Atal Stoves and Furnaces for Hard Coal or
Coke. Best in the World for Parlor,olllce. Store or
Church. F ire nds no rekindlin—burns all win
ter.. Do notb u ntil you see or s e nd for Circular.
No. 30 WOOD STREET.
Our Agents for Orlentals—DE UNDER BROS.,
Snilthfle t d St.; GEO. a ÜBLEY, Allegheny My.
GRAFF,IIUGUS & CO.
!KANO FACTUTTEHEI OF EVILLY 'FATUITY OF
BOSTON COOKING RANGE,
`•THE FIERY FURNACE,"
FOR WARNING BUILDINGS.
THE NEW "ANTI-DUSTCOOKING STOVE,
••REOCCATOR. ,, COCCIIIII A. COOK STOVE,
VAN'S (Cincinnati Pattern) PORTABLE
RANGE C tin IRON SIANTLES. WELCHAN'S
REF LECTOR, GRATES, free from ditt and dust;
GSATE FRONTS, FENDERS, itc.
206 and 20S Liberty Street,
GET THE BEST.
FOR 81TU31.1110 CIS COAL.
Wan'anted to C,ook ) Bake or Boast as
sell assn! other Store In the tiligoll.
BISSELL & Co.,
No. 225 Liberty Street.
10.0 on band and tor sate,
SEATING - STOVES,.
• (*KATE . IFRON EBB,
1111"refs/Nal ozoio:o 31.
COALI COAL!! COAL!!!
DICKSON,'sTrivaT & co.,
Having removed act, Moe to
NO. f 5017 LIBERTY STREET,
(Lately City Plane MU) SECOND ELOOB.
Are now prepared to funilih *good YOUGHIO
- LUMP, - NUT COAL OIibLACIE, at the
lowest morket price. * '
All orders ten at their aloe, or addressed to
them through the mall, will be attended to
Machine Stone Works,
!torn*est corner of West Common. Allegbeny,
FILED% AII'VATELB. h 00.
Have on band or wepare tin short notice 813AZth
and Step , Stones; - Flags for Sldewilks, Brewery
Vaults, &c. Head and Tomb stones, 6.5._
Orders promptly executed. Priors reasonable
FORT PHI BANKING COMPANY.
No. 169 Wood Street
CAPITAL, : : : : : $200,000.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE,
INTEREST ALLOWED Old TIME DEPOSITS.
Collections made on all accessible points in
the United Eitatea and Caned's.
Jno. C Risher,
Bobt. H. Bang,
James M. Bailey.
NATIONAL BANK OF CCHEM,
Cor. of Wood and Sixth St&
A. PATTERSON . ..». President.
JOB. EL HILL
CAPITAL, : : $500•000.
DIBSC'IVBB EFe :
orge W. Cass,
It R. Palmer
Dan. R. Davidson,
W. 13. Haven.
AT U A. N.
HART, CAUGHET &_CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Woad Streets,
.i.rx-rsxrcr - ncega.
OSHCCESBORB TO HANNA, HART 3 CO.:)
Exchange, Coin, Coupone ?
And particular attention paid to the purchase
and sale of
Stirht Drafts on 'London.
HOLMES & SONS,
57 Market Street,
Collections made on all the principal points of
the United distea and Canadm. , I
Stocks,Bonde and other Securities
BOIIBHT AND 50L1
1 ) ON - 003121112810 N.
Particular attention paid to the purchase Ind
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
After . the First-of March Nest, ,
Will be closed on
WEDNESDAY EVENT GS,
And,ppen dully from 9 o'clock A. x. to 3 'clock
t•. x., and on
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
HERBERT' W. C. TTiEDDLE,
Lubricating & High Test Barning Oils.
Eclipse Railroad Azle OIL
Stands great heat without change: remains
limpid at lowest temperatures. Special Oil for
tropical climates or hot weather.
Locomotive, Engine, Machine Shop,
Wilt cut Screws
Saw BIM and Planing Rill Offs,
.Adapted for high speed.
Spkin#lll4 - Woo Head•LlghiOil,
011 i. TarlDerre StitMillettzole.
ILlarciesb Oil • Ipssrkatune.
ARMOR VARNISH, to preserve Bright Iran
Werk and Machinery from rtuat.
These products are manufactured under - Dr,
Tareddle , s patent by Superheated Steam in
cuo. The Lubricating Olis are almost odorless,
perfectly pure, uniform, and mostly light col-1
ored, stand a high temperature Unchanged. and'
remain limpid duringextreme cold. The Railroad
Ohs are unequalled, and are in constant use on'
many of the principal Railroads. Samples can
be examined and orders left. at 114 WOOD.
WrREET, Works at tiharpsburg
Commission Merchants and Brokers in
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WfY,
PITTSBURGH, PL. ( I
WARING, KING& CO '
' 127 Walnut Sir t.
TACK. BROTIIKBK, ,
65 INISSE i t ' 29.
AND D&AIABAI IN
Petroleum and its Products,
coilir g il ft h wir e rllflialfi ra 'u4L' B-
Pbasaelphis oftteo--mil werailrr
1"11AMOND OIL WORKS.
H. M. LONG tic,
Once, DALZELL BUILDING,
Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh, Pt.
SHEETINGS AND B 'ATTING.
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS:
Blow Licit/rent of HEAVY MEDIUM =ALIGHT
ANCHOR AND ]MAGNOLIA ,
SNMNIINGS AND BA'TTINCL
CENTRAL AND trNION
PACIFIC RAILWAY BONDS,
The cheapest Investment now in the market for
Corner FIFTH AVENUE WOOD STREETS.
Also, dealer in Government Bonds. Gold and
Coupons and European Exchange at market
JAMES (TI BRADY .86 0:,
(Successors to S. JONES I C0..1
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
MAL ra XT. 7Ei.
• BUY. AND BELL ALL RINDS OF
GOLD, SLYER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
tar Interest Allowed on Deposits.
air Money loaned on' Government Bonds at
lowest market rates.
Orders executed for the Purchase
and Sale of _STOCKS, BONDS and
. JAMES T. BEADY & CO.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
OFFICE or Prrremrnorc Gamerrs,
SATIIRDAT, February 20, 1869.
The low opening price of gold , 133%,
on Saturday, induced a great many short
sellers to cover themselves, casced by
the increased demand for bills and the
advancing tendency of U. S. bonds,
in the European and home markets. The
demand for bonds comes especially from
Frankfort, where much capital is held
that had recently been Withdrawn from
the bourse of Paris during the time of
the Paris - Conference. Europeans are
I more anxious now to get possessed of
our bonds, because they expect a higher
currency price nere and a gradual ap
proach of the greenback currency to the
gold standard, which would then en
hance the cost of bonds to them. This
desire from European capitalists to buy
bonds lessens the available supply for
speculative purposes here, and unless
gold declines at least from 15 to 20 per
cent. during the coming season, we see
nothing that would prevent bonds from
reaching 125 or .a higher rate tempora
rily. What, ultimately, the premium on
gold would be, is entirely dependent on
the condition of this season's crop of
cereals, cotton, te.c. Good crops are
needed to permanently depress gold to a
par with paper, or vice versa. Since the
increased shipments of American securi
ties this season have increased our for
eign indebtedneas to such an .amount
that will require the entire custom house
revenue of the country to pay the inter
est, to check foreign Importations of
manufactured goods would -be our main
object, and since legislation can only
augment the evil, a fenaedY is found in
the steadily decreasinn premium on gold,
which will only enable the importer to
sell his gods at a lois:
The coming week is likely to witness a
lively market in governments and a
steady depreciation of the stocks of rail
road shares and other speculative securi
ties. The decline in Pacific Mail is the
forerunner 'of other depreciations in the ,
Erio clique. atoCks, and the.early com- -
pletion of the Pacific Railroads will
offer a safer speculative.secuilty_ in the
shapeefthe bonds of these roads. They
are now quoted in Frankfort at 71 to 72,
only a difference of 6 per cent. from
18625, 5-20's commanding 114% here. A
lively demand. has sprung up in them
in New "kork, and leading dealers have
made contracts to be supplied for a short
period at presvit quotations. Oar en
terprising`townsman, Ph. R. Mertz,
Banker, has secured a lot. There is an
'increased demand for Connellsville
bonds and etocts, induced by the de
termined way in which the Company
*prosecutes thecompletion of its road.
Quotations as received by Ph. R-
Mertz: Gold, 131%; ,Silver, 128; Eighty
one's, 113%;. Five TWenties, 1862,:114%;
do 1864, 111%; do 1865, 112% d 01865,
Consols, 11054; do 1867, 110%; do 1868,
110%; Ten Forties, :109%; New -;York
Central, 163; Erie, ; Readirigo32%;
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago
Railroad - , 120%; Ohio & Mississippi,
84%; `Miehigan :Southern, 94%; Cleve
land' & Pittsburgh, 89%; Chicago &
Rock Island, 126%; Chicago & North
Western, 132%;,Chicago &North Weatern
Preferred, 90 %; Adams Express Com
pany, 64%; Merchants Union Express,
18; PactitiO .105%; Weatern Union
Teleoiph i COnapaily; 31%; Gregory, 2,40;
Quartz Hill, 80; Corydon, 10; Smith -,&
Faruude, 1,60; Am. W. Express 44.
(By Telegraphto the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
• -101WX0R), Februaey 20, 1869.
MOndair4lll st general holiday in.
fisanalal sea commercial circlet! In 'the
East.. Money very marked and offer
ings large, banks and money 'lenders
being anxious to makeinterest 'over to
Tuesday. The extremes for call loans
were 4®7 pef-,cent., with thebulk of
the transactions at 5@16 per cent.
The bank statement is regardeerin
lavotabrg:s The heavy" decrease in
depesits is due to . a falling,off in loanslof
specie and 'legal tenders. The loss in
specie may betraced to the great dennuid.
for bustoms during the ,week. Leans,
$23,351,391; decrease, 4952,339. : Specie,
$23,351,391; decrease, 12,205,940. Oren
lation, 034,247;321; decrease, '55,365,314.
Legal Tenders, 150,997,197; decease,
81,337,755. The banks' hold $18,883,622
in excess Of the legal reserve, - against
121,878,956 for the correspondint Week.
Sterling-quiet and steady at, eta 9%.
Gold was ; without decided change, but '.
c lo s ed wesk; opened at 13:31‘; advanced
to 133, and closed at 1:331.
Goverinents; there is an increased de- .
mand nd tprices are higher; the Sixty
sevensl were the favorite bond, and some
heavy urehases were made by foreign
banker . Lit is impossible to get any
amonn of; Sixty.twos at present prices,
and bu er are contracting for their de- •
liVery •it in sixty days. Cou,pons of 1881,
114 Q 1 l , do.. '62, 114%4114%; do.
'64, 111 111 y; do. '65, 1-13@113;
new dp. 110;:@11034; do. '67, ill@
111,'• d '6B, firstname.lastname@example.org; Ten-Forties,
Statel Bonds firm, with a better de- _
mand; fMissouris. 87q; New Tennessee%
66g@663;; North Carolinas, 60@605; Vir
ginias, .1,2.4; Louisiana Levee 65,'65@6834;
Ohios, 01: bids
for Kentuckys wire of
fered 100. .
The took Market was steady ,during
rning, with the largest business
doin . in Pacific Mall and New York Cen
' d the next in point of interest
were iichigan Southern and Ft. Wayne,
the latter noticably firmer on account of
a report that the content between the
Erie and Pennsylvania Central officials
for ; the control of-that road -had been
amicably settled, whl,ch, however, had :
not been traced to any reliable source.
At the. ne o'clock board the market was
heavv and after the announcement of
the ba statement was slightly lower;
subsequently there was a rally, and at
the ckfse the market was steady but still
dull,With the exception of Pacific Mail,
which - Was active and weak.
.Pire,:thirty .Prices:—Cumberland, 36 1 ,x,
@39; 'American, 44544 1 /.; Adams
-1565: Merchants , 18519; Quicksilver,
23w5 f',; Canton, 614;1561; Pacific
m a il, 10214®102%; Western Union Tel
egraph, 37,,i,A37; Mariposa, 9514; do.
pref., 'y,' 3 0295(, - New York Central, 163 •
5163 N; Erie, 36 . V 5 ; Hudson, 135;415136;
Harlem, 18734@138; Reading, 92,C592.14;
Terre Haute, 3834@3914; Wabash, 665
6614; preferred, 76%576X; St. Paul, 66%
@663;; preferred, 77i4 781 ' ; Ft. Wayne,
12.0 1 4,5120%; Ohio and Mleaissippi, &PA@
84 1 ,: Michigan Southern, 94%594%;
Michigan Central, 1185119: Illinois Cen
tral, 141.34@142; Pittsburgh, 89;590 ;
Toledo, 1055105 X; Rock Island, 12634
51263 i; Northwestern. 82%583; do. pm
(erred, 90%1591. The Independent Stock
Board elected officers to-day. ,
Mining Shares dull; Gregory, 240;
Quartz Hill, 80.
Copper Stocks 'at" Boston—Calumet,
50; Copper Falls, 15 . Franklin, 19;
Hecla, 75; Hancock, 3.%; Minnesota, 3 ;
Exports • gold for the .week $213,323;
imports for the week=dry goods, $3,395,-
505; general merchandise,s4,o43,74B.
Gold clearances to-day, $124000,000.
Receipts at the Sub-Treasury, $1,301,-
790; payments, $788,031; balance, $90,-
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, i
SATURDAY, Feb. 20, 1869, i
The market has been rather slow, and
a little laggish during the past week,
and;compared with the early part of the
week, prices are a shade lower, though
there has, as yet, been nothing like what
is generally termed a break. There
seems/to be a feeling prevailing, and it
has increased .in strength during the
past few days, that a reaction is likely to
take place, though there are but few, if'
any,as yet who are willing to operate with
this as a basis, as it is feared , that the
- bull element is not dead only, sleeping,
and 'night possibly, at any moment, put
the market back to where it was a week
an'o, and this has a tendency, for the time
being, to restrict business, and r tard op-
atlons. There is 'no disguising he fact,
however, that the bear interest a begin
ning is to put on a bolder front, and it is
equally true that the market, during the
past two or three days, has ruled slightly :
in their favor, being . a - little 'weak, and
prices, as already intimated, a shade ;:
lower. There is no telling, however, but
what this may be fully recovered Within i
the next few days, and - that before
another week closes, prices may touch a
point that has not yet been reached this
year. As already noted, however, the* I,
market to-day, was a little offish and it 2.
is said - that Xevr York was the cause
of it. ,
There was a fair businesk done in Crude •
to-day, the reported sales aggregating
over twelve . thousand /barrels, while
coinpand with yesterday, prices are' a
shade lower. We can report 1,000 bbl
next twenty days, seller, at 16 1 %; 500
spot, at 16%; 6,000-1,000 each, July to
December .:at: 18;46(4 for the
.Of ,isputting" 3,000 -bbls any
time this year, at 15; and there was a
sate of 2,000 bbla ; all, the : year, Seller,, on
priiste tbrms--anppmed• to be 15,90 per
bbl, delivered on cars at Oil City.
The .market foie Refined was a little
offish to-day, and compared with yester
day, spot irSr Februiry delivery,
has declined a full half cent. We can
report sales in lots of 3,000 bbls for Feb
ruary at 373;; February and Marcb,
was quoteitat 3735; also Marchand April
at same figit:re; _
B.E A P rrifTLATI
The receipts of Crude for the week,
7,501, last week, 11,728; from January
Ist to date 83,694, same time- last year,.
133.682. Exports of Relined this week,
9,006, last week, 5,756; from January. Ist
to date 40,523, same time last year,
37,374. Sales this ' week, 68 % 400; last
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil 40c
,Eclipsaßailroad Axle . 35c
Eclipse Machinery 75c
Eclipse Spindle ' 80c
Eclipse Tanners' Stuffing 400
Eclipse Tanners' Finishing oil. 65c
OIL SNIPPED BA ST BY A. V. EL B.
Lockhart. Frew er. 634 bble to
Warden. Frew & Co.. Philadelphia. •
Citizens Ref. 285 bbla to Tack Bro,
J. C.R.irkpatrick & Co., 220 Ws refined
to Waring, Ring k Co., Philadelphia.
McKee, Hackett & Co., 200 bbls refined
W. P. Logan & Bm., Philadelphia.
B.• W. ldorgan dG Co:, - -100 bbla tar to
Parratfine 011 Co., New York.
Total 'shipments Refined..
4 . • • Tar b..
OIL. BICIPPED BART mom . Dmitri:oNß
Brooks. & Co.', 118 bblei refined to
& Co., Philattalpbia.
S. M. Long do ;Co., 1u& bble refined to
yirarmg, King it .Co., Philadelphia.
H. NI. Long & Co., 80 bbia tar to N. &
B. Park, Boston:
Fleming & CO.i 228 bbls refined to Tack
Bros., Philadelphia. • ,
Total shipments Refined 449
Total shipthenta tar 50
NEW Youk, February 20—Dry Goods.—
The fall in most all makes of Printed.
giving a stimulus to
trade has undermined confidence, and
Alaiyers are 'purchasing with, caution; but
. 6s-freight charges to the 'West have been
reduced an improved demand may be
ex - panted. Most all the popular brands
of Prints can be bought at 130, and Lan
,caster•4and Oriental at 12340. In other
descriptions of Cotton goods the changes
are trivial, except Printing Cloths,which
are depressed and not worth more than
Nc, although held at 113X0. • Woolen
goods still inaotive.