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COLEMAN' RO 86 M C 0, ,.
. ~ 'Manufacturers of
iRON, NAILS, STEI,L,
_ _AXLF-lI..AND. SPRINGS
wide Ifon Sheet "sad Taut 'lron. Juniata
Wap Bar Iron. Charcoal Iron.finde r
' , ILD•on, Planted Cutter Bars, r
rill and Drainer Bars, T Rail for Coal Roads;
Ives Wedges. slat Ball for Coal Roads, Bolter
'lro;larsirirMarii,Chain' Units:Boller 'Remo.
liteei and Iron Barrow Teeth. Carriage, Wagon,
Beat and Coach springs and Axles all string:
Blab Steelfor Plows. Cultivator Steel:Steel Winaa
And iifontda ent...to pattern. Boring, rteel ail
'sites. A. B. Steel tinfl Steel Tires Steel orow RUB,
liteel Shafting. fee. , •
• • ALL EFOODS 'llllEitCLAiii AIM WARRA2 4 -
. - TED.
Agra:Sees _arid W_calcs 10th Street and Vie
sheny rhea and 7.1 WATER STRRET. Pitts-
GODIROY BilititiCKEß & CO.
42 Exchange Place, New York, .
'piepared,: an Bole Age'nts inJhe 'United
States for tlaccrlttrlnnilarilOg and Iron Corn-
Piny of Duldirttrg, We4halla, to oontrnet or
well is otaantlitesto drat pnrehaseis,idellvered in
either New York or Philadelonts,) the celebrated
v. G. SPIEGELEISEN
`Used so extensively for the manufacturing of
IroM Is free from Biapur and thosplkorne,
and eontalnis a beryper cent ale of Manganese.
paitleulari, samples, Prices or ebentleal
an alyst, will be promptly forwarded on applies
. salon. ja110:1378
SINGER,. I IMIOg &CO.,
anufrotorers of every deseriptSon of
ELLEnaf, ,LICD PLATYOII3 I EMBERS
' ,• , AXIAZW. SEEM. TIBE,
Warehouse, 88 Water and 100 /Mit 13bh
Yttr. rriC3llll: 1 18322.31.mmuiNELLSA.,
SPROUL 'Parma—B. /MR.
MILLER; BARR & PARKIN,
oniceL - No. 339 Marti St,
• PTITSBI7IIGH PL.
MACS DIAMOND ,
?ARK, T , D'
u, orrißEß & CO.,
Manufacturers of on defoniptlono of
and Wareleon99:, 122.1548.1PD0ND
and 1.191 and Ulf YlStsr BTBSILTS,
W f : ? mi •_
.7.s.yzAirgai• :5q..... • • .P.POuFra, valet.
AND, IRON ,C 0.9
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nalltoltdillaehatles Solletit ,
BallebaltaijiMai •• • .
Leeemotive "IPBablea; •
1.,,,J1449, . 4 •
•! Tikeei • f (I'l ~ .4
.1 1 $ 0 1 2 0 10 /$. Frfink r i - , : •
witstirt: . '
Offloo NG: 177 PENN Sa
' rifts:arum re.
ttUltslllllso.N;tltoC. , o&.';
Thb Tel:liege are now erepereff towrent Hein
jeg far 4 4 e 4 1 e 4 118- BLUBIPUJOirai r/U)-
The rote:riot quality Impaited Rood Iron,
the gtest Imptovement In Inferior Iron. and the
seduced cost.couoehd It to aL 1 . 211/JULICSILrer I Of
• sand Iron. • • - - •
PartlerWlahlhg can oidhih liceupes by
ling to . •
.JAMES- P. SPEER,
Attorney tor the Trustee',
OFFICE, 860 PUN 8181.81%
Parties interested liTer ' lnvited'to visit the
ZROEICBEROZR WORKS. where the process Is
now In successitil operation. Itthd).7
Krotsoxi P R ES T ON & CO4
WiretTasey ;Nos. 156 szled FLEW
orPoKie Wuougs aala WAGE'
.- 1440 411 1..", ,-1 , PITTS •
No'inzTY - *omo.
JUUUM I , -
ENT) POS3I,AND utrUNTZB'
04klire S•:.. , •
Janes Faced Patent 'Doer Locks' and Latehei.
"PP OZPIIIST#IVAXIM & glthr - fts,
Pittsburg ,k-gpsisze, . -
G.AS 'D sir nt":
JOHN IL coorza,
jeini InkCOOPEI4 CO?, •
GAS AND STiuld.grivrEits,
*m 11111215 ARD BRAES WO2//
of ay descripttoo; gle ,
alers in OAB
A.TID 'll3Bl.lgff, of So=da.
Crir.` of Pike and Walnut Streets,
KNIT - TORT 'PITT
FOUNDRY 001111 NY.
OFFICE AND WORKS, _
V i-E n gines, Boiling Mill Ma.
chitterY, Nail 'Machines, Be.
torts, and Castings generally.
ATLAS W0P4 1 4 1, *--
,IdORTiI;)N STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS N. KILLER, President.
Theie to W e o s lN are 'Amu Vtigargeli,anstrost
now prepared t=h are
Itngines, of essay dessriptioa.
Diners, 00 Tanks. _
Ekes* Iron Work.
Bolling RIR Castings.
Engine Castings. •
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1 ! 311.
". PITTSBURGH :GAZETTE: WEDNESDA.r. " FEBRUARY 24, 18
ROBINSO — 31, SEA. & CO.,
Sncce.sson to BOsnimir, MOM $ MM-I,IIIIS.
FOUNDERS AND WACHINISTS e PITTSBURGH,
MannfacYuterl of Bost and Stationary Steam En
gines Blast Engines, 31111 Machinery, Gelling,
OssiLttga o'l'll descriptions: 011 Taus
and , St s Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
Office, No. IR, corner First and Smithileld
Agents for GIFFARD'iI PATENT INJECTOR
for seeding Boilers. 7ail:rs2
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
artier Street, Ninth Ward,
(OpPoslte inlon Iron 11111 s,)
Raft 1111 and • Bridge Castirig%
THIMBLE SKEINS AND' PIPE BOXES,
MACIUMIBY. Ain cuurrines ezmulazur.
Orders promptly and carefully executed.
Timms ,cmuLls ac co.,
Fourth Ward/ dry and lathineVorks,
SANDUSKY ST., ALLISILMNY OITY, PA.,
of Steam Mosinee, Oil Poem* .
knile9l, Shafting, Grid and .tlaw Mill Work,
Moiling Mill andagm Machine Outings, Grate
Weights, WBoxes, . Build to rna
have op handl Entine. of all 4ka sizes. . orderß
AND ROLL WORKS
880 Perin Street.
BOLLIAN, BOYD & BAGALEY.
Clifil sou., liM Castings, 801 l Lathes, 80.
Dealer in all Muds of Lumber.
' ON NANO AND POlt BALE
1 000,000 feet Dry Pine Boards:
150.000 feet 13 , f and 2 Inch Clear Plank;
30,000 feesDry.l3f Men Common Plank;
30,000 feet Dry 1 and 2 tncb Oak,•
35,000 act Dry_ SI% and 3 inch Ash,
5,000 ft. ,4%,3ln.Cherry &Maple,
30,000 ft. D ry
IY /,1)1, 9 and 3 Inch Poplar:
10,000 feet Pry Poplar Scantling;
350 000 feet Hemlock Jolsts and scanting:
'6d,000 we: t s awed;
250,000 No. 116-inch shingled, eased: -
- 40,000 No. 1154n0h 5111ngleS, stirred;
40,000 Fire Brick; --
1,000 Fire Tile.' • "
100 Tons Irtro
Nanc n he s ter o ndl Pß ß OL E
M fOm n
the Gas Works, Allegheny City.
&mop. M. !VIPIMEISHAItip
124 First Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Agent for the sale of Cornwall, Dongtuunora,
Josephine, Isabella,Duneannon,htanhope„ Olen
don,and other brands or Anthracite, Xoughlo
&heap Coke and c.*. colaracw.
timotsrumentol Inmost reivieetrally self stead
r AKE StrrEltiOltq
-01111% MILL AID fliatTize woaxa
PARK; bIoCI4RDY & CO.,
• d ju s p au P tu ge re ss sso eo h p a ßoo n ß oß e ed .
Whl r tuuter Solder.
Mao Imparters and Deal
ers ,n Metal. Tin Plane r s ' et Iron. Knee.. ? dm.
pon itantly on hand Machin ea ai.d wools.
WAtebotiso; 20,140 Olga WrltitsT and Die
• %WSW STREET,. 'Pittsburgh.
special order. of copper ant to any desired pat.
gra. I_ • latitltottsdisT
HUGH . TIL BOLE & CO.,
Cor. Point Alley and linquesneSt 4
(NZATI. Tint POINTO
Engine Builders,, Founders and
Manufseture STEAMBOAT ENGINES and tyre
i NGINES, of all sizes.
Special attention invited to our now STATION
ART - OIL WELL ENGINE AND PORTABLE
BOILER of 15-horsespower.
OASTINGS,_of every kind, made to order atour
Foundry, on T BIRD STREE T below Market.
RIGS for 011 Wells, SFIAIPTING., PIILLE
HANGERS,ROUSE and TOBACRO SCREWS a
IRON TOBACCO PRESSES. on hand and made
order, at the
7/routing on the Allegheny River, near the Point,
ir/r All orders promptly tilled. TIM 178.
PR T • Pnvr
BOMB, STILL WINK
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, ,DOUBLE-PLIED - TUBULAR.
FIBS-BOX AND CYLINDER . STEAM BOIL
OIL STILLS AND OIL . TANN%
ONGINNIB, BREECHING AND ASH nom,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND OGN.
STEAM PIPES, OASIBILETERB AND IRON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL BRUTES
Once and Warehocorner Second,
Third. Shdrt andld rtyStireets,
. . .
sir Oracle . , sent to the ibove• address will be
romptly attended to. oth7:181)
DL„PARSHiLL al, 'CO.,
.BOILER MAKERS '-
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOB. AO, AA, MA AND AO PENN ST.
large yard odd fhiniiilied it
mut the Inest 'approvedmachin -ery, , we are pre
pared to mannfacture every description of BOIL
ABS in the best manner, and warranted equal to
any made in the country. Chimneys Breeching,
Fire Beds, 'Steam -Pipes,' Locomo tive Boilers
Condensers, Salt Pans, Tanks, Oil Mita:
tors, Settling Pans. Boiler Iron, Bridges, Sugar
Pam', and sole manufacturers of Barnhill's Pat
ent Boilers., - •
Repairing dor eon shortest notloe. ise:c3l
JAMES M. AnT4t,
Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street,
IRON. OIL TANKS,
SETTLING PANS. corms STEAM Palls
BOLLING MILL GTAORRs
And SHEET IRON WORK,
asairD H. 11817811.... IDICITDD D. DRUM
JARED M. MESH & SON,
142r177ACT0 111 0 8 01
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
SUEET IRON WORE. &O.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, sko
THE BEST STOVES. •
A. BRADLEY & CO.
Manufacturers of the greatest variety of
• . .
Coo Paiior and Heating Staves,
TO BE FOUND IN THE STATE.
Sole Agents for tbe celebrated Base Burning
One OM Stoves and Furnaces for Hard Coal or
Coke. Best la the World for Parlor,Office. Store or
Church, Fire needs no rekindling—burns all win
ter. Do- sloth Ly until you see or send for Circular.
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No. 30 WOOD STREET.
Our Agenta for Orientals—DEM MUER BROS.,
310,thIleld Et.; GEO. MIBLEY, Allegheny City.
GRAFI; 11176 US 8600.1
MANtmAcrarszss Or vrAsy VARISTI 07
s Mare; -
BOSTON COOSINO BANGE,
"THE FIERY FURNACE,"
Fos WA5311203 BIaILDMIL ,
TIM NEW ANTI-DUST COOKING STOVE,
REGULATOR. ,, COLUMBIA. COOK STOVIC
TAN'S telscitulatl • Pattern) :PORTABLE
RANGE C AST MN MANTLES: WELLMA%
REF i;EC TOR, GRATEIs,Cree from (Urt and dust;
ALTS. FRuNTS, FENDIES,
206 and 205 Liberty Street,
re2f0,17 PITTSBURGH.-PA. ,
000 K ' STOVES.
CET STHE BEST.
FOB BITUMIN OUS COAL.
Warriukted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
hill assay other Store LI the Union.
No. 285 Lberty , Street.
l o z a r t i gut...lB,
COAL COAL!! COAL!!!
DICKSON;',STEWOr & 00:,,
Having removed their Moe to
NO, 567 LIBERTY sower,
(Lately City Flour MittIECIOND ELOOIt.
Are now prepkred to lunge g_ ood TOI3OIIIO.
elik NY Luxe, 1717 T COAL Oh SLACK, at the
lowest morket price.
All orders te their other or addressed to
them t h roug h the wilt be attended to
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WEST COMMON ,
Machine Stone Worket
northwest corner of West Common, Allegheny.
"'RED'S , ATVATER AI 00.•
Save on band or p_repare on short notice Heath
and Step StOtleS. Flag. ibr Sidewalks, Brower
Vaults, ac. Bead ono Tomb Stones, &e. •
Orders promptly ezecnted. Prices reasonable
ORT HIT 1000 'CONON.
No. 169 Wood Street.
CAPITAL, : : : : : $200,000.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
DRUM MOND ON TUE DOM.
Collections made on all accessible 1: 0 0 1 2da
the United States and Canada".
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711 allowWeett,, .-
NATIONAL BANK OF COHERCE
Cor. of Wood and Stith St a.
A. IiATTERSOA ....
JUL H. HILL
CAPITAL, .1 $500,000.
Ch m ao . L,
8. Have Danvidion,
HART, CAUGHEY as, CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
lairThroviseri , P d s
IBTICCEBBOII.S TO HANNA. HART 'CO..)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And particular attention paid to the purchase
ano sale of
Burnt Drafts 031 London.
N HOLMES Sc SONS,
Collections made on all the principal points of
the United states and Canadair•
Stocks,Bonds and other Securities
IJno. 0 Blaber,
Robt. R. King, •
tiiinVl r e.t e d
BAWL. MeCLVBECAN, Pron.
K • ilearge •
T, AT U X .
57 Market Street,
PMM I MEnI3IThU3VII, PA‘..
BOUGHT AND BOIR ON OOKAID3SION
Particular attention paid to the purchase and
'United States Securities.
After the Flrstoi March Next,
Will be closed on
And open Maly from 0 o'clock ♦. M. to 3 o'clock
P. M.. and on • -
ECLIPSE . PETROLEUM REFINERY.
DEMME' W. C. TWIDDLE,
11140 i. HFA.CTURER
LaTiCating & High Test.Thurdig Oils.
minds great heat Witliout
limpid at lowest temperatures. Special Oil for
tropical climates or hot, weather. • •
'Locomotive. Engine, ;Igraine Shpp,
Will cut Screws. • _
Saw latll and Planing Sill One,
Adapted for high speed.
Spindle on, Wool l nead•light Oil,
Tanners' Staff.' 'Mensal",
Harness. Oil Parretti:We.
ARMOR VARNISH, to preserve Bright Iron
Work and Machinery from Bust.
These products are manufactured under Dr.
Tvreddle , spatent by Superheated Steam in Van
coo. The Lubricating Oils are almost odorless,
perfectly pure. unifbrm, and mostly • light col
ored. stand a bightemperaturis main
remain limpid during extreme cold. The
Otis are 'unequalled, and are in constant use on
many of the principal Railroads. Samples can
be examined: and orders left at 114 WOOD
STREET.t works at Sharpsburg Bridge.
A8 P :114 P 16 . 19
Commission Merchants and Broken In
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY.
WARING; KING & CO. ! '
COMMISSION . MERCHANTS,
Petroleum and. its Products,
earner of Duquesne Way and Inns streets.
PhiledelphlsOfilee-IWI WALNUT ST.
IVIAIIIONO OIL WORKS, ,
H. LONC & CO.,
Office, DALZJILL BUILDING,
Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh. Pl.
SHEETINGS AND BATTING.
110FOLAMpA6BEILL As, CO n vu
JPag ; . _
ANCHOR' COTTON MULLS.
AP1T . T8313X7)%448.
JlGlsol'acUms of HEAVY INEDII7II.O24LIea2.
AKCJIOII AND 111.161NOLLL
SIErSETIN6S AND BATTING.
CENTRAL AND 'UNION
PACIFIC PLAIIMAY BONDS,
The cheapest investment now in the market for
PIL. R. IMCIERIEZ,
Corner FIFTH AVENUE & WOOD STREETS.
Also, ( dealer in Government. Bondi. Gold and
Coupons and European Exchange at market
rates. e. • dad
Es T. BRADY & CO.,
(Successors to S. JONES it CO.-)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,,.
SE3 11. 'N 3rA IR. Si,
BUY AND SEDL ALL KINDS 07
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST TA.VOR.Ai3LE TEBME.
edlr Interest Allowed on Deposits.
air Money loaned on Government Bonds at
owest market rates. •
Orders -executed for the Purchase
mind Sale of _SMOCKS, BONDS and
JAMICS T. BRADY & CO.
FINANCE AND TRADE
r Mixon ov Prrizarituax Warms,
TUESDAY, February 23, 1869. 5
The gold.market is in an unsettled
condition, opening at 132% and declined
t0132V, and closed stronger at 1323(,@
132 r%. Tiler? is a general disposition to
cover gold for either short sales or mer
chandise sold: In the oversold condition
of the market and the uncertainty of the
course of our bonds, in Europe, it ,may at
any time become necessary to ship gold
to' cover our indebzenness abroad,ln
which case a rapid rise would be inevit
able. The Herald, representing the
extreme bear side, readily admits a
sudden rise in gold, whilst the World,
in the interest of the bull cliques, warns
its readers to sell anything they do not
possess, especially gold; what the bull
clique can do need not be said, when the
past three months have shown it re
In governments there was a dull and
and rather lower market; sympathizing
with the decline in gold, and an indis
position to buy, on the presumption that
our Bonds are going to be par•in gold, or
better, or in other words, that they will
command a premium in Europe which
will cover the discount on greenbacks
and more. We are now on the eve of
the Spring business, which hag suffered
already by the decline in gold and more
so has the export interest suffered. The
merchants need accommodations and
and the bankshave not the means to ac
commodate them, being overloaded with
stocks and securities. It hetionies thus
evident that this curtailing power of
the banks will revert on there= Sources of
private capitalists, who, getting good
interest. will - withdraw their deposits
from banks and manage their own in
vestments, Taking everYthirig Into con
sideration, it is quite likely that bonds
have nearly regaled their higheit point,
and a general detillnkfirpriqs,ibased on
gold. at 14634, would hurl - - dotvir stocka
and bonds - alike:, ,
In stooks the Market is ' extremely dull,
and heavy in all the Erie connections,
while some western roads ire higher,
like Fort Wayne, Michigan-Southern;
even Cleveland Is firm at ninety; North
west and St. Paul shares are all firm;
Express shares are quit and lower. The
stagnation of business must curtail the
,receipts of these amipardes, whilst their
expenses are increased. Through a pro
tracted business season people are as
anxious to save in freights as In any
thing else, and the money packages are
coming in more aptgingly; that business
is now done by the Postoffice, ands by
drafts, being greatly , facilitated through
, lianks. In local stocks a
dull market• tuts to be reported. The
report that the Penna. Central Railroad
would issue new stook after April next
had frightened a few timid holders, but
on second thought they find it rather
an adviMbige. The property will be
more et:duo:toed in yalue by its through
connections, whilst the receipts will be
fully equal td a ten per cent. dividend
on the entire Sitars Capital
Business is extremely dull, as is always
the case.wheri the currency value is &a
turb94 decline In gold- -.Money
Closing quotations. as received by Ph..
R. Meitr. Gold,' 182%; Eighty-one's,
114; , !Five %Twentieth.. 1862, 1145 it 40,
1864, 111„ do, 1865,"112%; d 0,1865, new.
110%; do, 1867, 111; do, 1868, 1103 f;
Ten korties, 109%; 'Railroads Cleve•
land & Pittsburga, 89%; PittsbUrgh,
Fort ' 'Wayne t Chicago. 213.; Clficago
& Rock Island, 26X; Chicago & North-
Weittern,'Eaw do - Preferred. 90%; Erie,
New York Central, 37%;
gan 'Southern, 95: Reading, 913 ; Ohio
4- Mississippi CertUlcateS, 54; West
ern Union Telegraph Company,• 87%;
Merchants •Union Express Company,
17%; Pacific Mail, 100%; Adams, - 631
?lining shares—Gregory, 3,20; Quartz
Hill, 80; Smith & Parmel9, 1,50; Cory:
—Closing quotations received by James
T. Brady & Co.; Gold, 182%; 'United
States sixes, 1881's, 114 X; 6-20's, 1862,
114%; 5-20',,.1664, 111%; 6-2 it's, 1865,
113; 10-40's, 109 X; 6-20's Jan'y and July,
1885, 110 X, do. 1867, 111; do. 1868, 111;
Seven Thirties, par less %; Due Com-
pounds, 119; Ten Forties, 109%; Union
Pacific Railroad, par; Central, 10 3 ;
r.iii Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.i
NEW Tons, February 23, . 1869.
Money is very easy to-day; demands _
on call are freely met at 5 ®6c on Govern
ments and 6®70 on stock; collateral
prime disConnts, 7 ® Bc. The railway
war on western freight between the
New York Central, Erie and Penn
sylvania .Central on one side, and
the fast freight lines on the other, to-day
caused contracts to be made at 25@X`e
per hundred, through to Ch cago. These
are the - lowest rates ever mkiie, and - the ,
railroads seem determined to extermin-
at transportation comparno*F . The
of currency to the South and
West have ceased, and remittances are
expected from the former unless the cot
ton trade revives. Sterling is quiet st - ff
®9%c for sixty -days, and' ' 934®19%,c for
sight billi. Gold is weak and lower;
opened at 13333 and closed at , 132%.
Loans are made at 6 Cr 7 per cent. for car
rying. Clearances o-a amount to 1
sixty-three millions. t
the combination who recently held the
price above 135 have entirely unloaded,
purpose encouraged a. decline for the
purpose of buying more, in order to
make a low average for the entire
Governmentaimproved 1 3 to % at the
morning sessions, with most active
business in '64s and '62s. The former
were in active borrowing demand for de
livery on speculative sales. At the af
ternoon boards there was a decline of y,,
but the ; market finally closed firm.
Coupons of 1881, 113%®114%; do. ''62,
114%®114%; do. '64, 111% ©111%; de. '65,
112%®112%; new do.,110%®110t1; -do.
'67, 110%®111; do. '64 111®111%.; Ten-
Forties, /99%®10914. The decline was
occasioned by. Washington reports that
the Senate Finance efemmittee have de
cided not to report on any more mea
sures this session.
State securities firm, with a sharp ad
vance on LOIIIBI£II3IIA. Missourls, 87@
8734; new Tennessee's, 65's; old do., 6 By 3;
North Carolinas, 68%; Lnisiana Levee
6s, 7034; do. 83, 8.5.:. .. .
The Railway share market during the
morning was steady, but rather dull and
without an important feature. Pacific
Mail fell to par, while other miscellane
ous shares were firm. Express shares
were dull in the afternoon. The Rail
way market was strong_and generally
higher. Fort Wayne was the most prom
inent feature, and , advanced to 122% on
the growing belief that the Erie iarty
and Fort Wayne managers have arnica...
bly adjusted their difficulties. Michigan
Southern rose to. 96%, on anticipation of
consolidation with Lake Shore roads.
Wabash firm and higher. Miscellaneous
list active and excited on Pacific Mail,
which fell to 9714; while other stobks
were higher. The general market. closed
Ilse -Unity erices:—Crunberland, 37®
37%; American, 423;®43; Adana,. 623"
®62t4: Merubants, 18018; Quicksilver,
2414@,24%; Canton, 60y061: ,_ Pacific
Mail, 97zlair„:: Western Union Tel-.
egraph, 3 , 7337%; Mariposa; 83:®9; db.
pref., 2934®30; New York Central, 1637
®164; Erie, 36®3634; Hudson, 136,a"®137;
Harlem. 13754;, Reading. 91%492; 4 Terre
Haute, 38®39; pref. 65% Wabash, 66% (4)
66%; preferred, 77®78; St. Paul, ' 643;
®65; preferred, 77®77y0 Ft. Wayne,
122%,01=%; Ohloand'Mississippi, am@
34: Michigan Southern, 96%®96%;
Michigan Central, 118®119: Illinois Cen
tral, 144; Pittsburgh, 903<®91; Toledo
10534®10514; Rock Island, 127 1 3 ®127%
Northwestern, 82%®83; do. preferre
91®9158; Bur lington and Quincy, 190,
Chicago and Alton, 150; C. C. C. (S; Ind.,
70; St. Joseph, 120; 1
Mining Shares dull; Gregory, 240;
Quartz Hill. N.
Copper Stocks at Boston—Calumet,
50; Copper Falls, 157 ; Franklin, 18;.
Heels, 70; Hancock, 334; Minnesota, 3 ;
Quincy, 26. 1 "
Exports gold fin' to-day, 4850,000.
Receipts at the` Sub-Treasury, 41,W,-.
560; payments, i 95,501;. balance, 490,-
889,560.. , ..
OFFICE OF PITBOURGII. GAZETTE,
TIJEaDA.T, Feb. 23, 1869. $
This has been imother comparatively
quiet day in the oil business, the opera
tions in the aggregate being unusually
light, and the mar .434 apparently, is dull
and offish with `'a , drooping tendency.
There seems to 'b an absence.. of that
buoyaney which h so long prevailed,
and the specul e feeling ii - not. so
strong as it, has has een, giving conclu
sive evidence that the market is weaker,
and that there is th e
apprehension of a
.atill farther decline, and whit is true of
this market, is •equally applicable, 10
thoie of Philadfilphia and New 'York
buyers, for the trine being, appear =to be
scarce everywhere, while, at the same
time, it is but proper to remark, that
sellers generally, are not, as yet, dis
posed to make any important - . conces
sion in order to effect sales. As we noted "
the other - day, it i s thought that the bull'
movement is not dead, only resting a
little, and that they still possess vital
ity enough to put the mai ket back
whenever they ar so disposed. .
CRUDE—The market is quiet and a
little weak ; but without iniiiortant
change. Sale 2,000 bbls till August,
seller, at 163.6; - 1,000 same option till
July Ist at 1634, and two lots of 500
each on spot at 16%.
REFINED—The market was dull and
weak to-day, hot a single sale reported,
and compared with yesterday prices are
a shade lower. February was held at 37
eta; and.we are cognizant of an order
having been sent to Philadelphia to sell
500 WWI at that figure,-but it did not go
.through. Late in the day soy 'was the
best offer that could be obtained,• and
March was ,quoted at 36%. Porthe hsta
months, there is nothing doing.
LUBRICATING OILS. '
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil 40e
Eclipse Railroad Azle 35c
Eclipse lipindld, _ 800
Eclipse l'Unners' Stuffing .. . ... ... 40e
Eclipse Tanners' Finishing 0i1.....650
OIL SHIPPED EA ST BY A. V. B.; B.
Lockhart. Frew & Co., 635 bbla to
Warden. Frew & Co.. Philadetphbx.
H. W. C. Tweddle, 349 Warden. Frew
Livingaten Bro,, 200 BosswLek, Pllford
dr, Co., Philadelphia.
Total ehipatenia Refined 1184
OIL SHIPPED BAST FROM DIIQUESEIE
. H. 11. , ..L0nica.: Co., 168 bbls refined to
Waring, ding &leo., Philadelphia;
Brooks. B. & CO.. 128 bbls refipo4, to
W. F. & Co.; Philadelphia.
G. W.Holdship & Co., 101 bbls isfined
to Warring King & Philadelphia.
Total abipments Refined 'B9B
NEw _Yowl, Feb. '23.-Dry/ G0r44.---
The weather is rather too inclement fbr
active trade, and Consequently there is
only a moderate demand for textile fab
rics, at prices showing no important
change. me market is rather stronger
however, under the improved tone of
new material. "