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. COLEMAN, it, M & CO., '
Idairact rs of
IRON, NAILS, STEEL,
AXLES A ND. SPRINGS,
Duquesne Iron, Iron, Sheet and Tank Iron,; Juniata
Iron, Wagon Box Iron. Charcoal Iron, Cylinder
Iron, XL Iron, Flanged Cotter Bars, Guard Iron,
-Drag and Drotper Bars, T Ball for Coal Boads,
Iron. Wedges; Flat Ball for Coal Ronde; Boller.
Irwt, Crow Bars; Chain Links, Boiler Heads,
Steel and Iron-Harrow .Teeth. Carriage, Wagon,
Beat and Coach Springs, and Axles, an styles:
blab Steel for Plows, ;Cultivator Steel,. Steel Wings
and- Moulds cut to pattern. Boring heel all
sizes, A. B. Steel andtiteel Tire, Steel Crow Bars,
Steel Shafting, Ac.
ALL GOODS FIRST CLAS3 AND W.A7- 11 - N-
I TED. 1 1
113.0111ces and Workt 18th street and Alle
gheny river and 77 WATER STREET,[ Pitts.
GODEFFROY BRANCKER &' CO.,
42 Exchange Place, New York,
Are prepared, as Sole ' Agents In the United
States for the Prussian inning and Iron Com-
Pan) of Duisburg, Westphalia, to contract or
sell in quantities to salt purchasers,tdellvered in
either New York or Philadelphia,) the celebrated
V. G. SPIEGELEISEN
- used so extensively for the manufacturing of
This Iron is free from Suipur and Pliesphorts,
and contains a heavy per cell' age of Manganese.
Full particulars, samples, prices or chemical
analyile will be promptly forwarded on applica
• ation. • ja3o:d76
SHEFFIELp STEEL WORKS.
SINGER, NIMICK . & CO
Manufactairept of every description of
CAST AN!) GERIAN STEEL,
SLUT. te.. AND PLATFORM SPRINGS,
AXLES, STEEL TIRE, itc.. .to
Warehouse, 88 Water and 100 First Sta.
HILLER, BABIt•& PARKIN.
6EOKETCALIO, I - REUBEN 7dILLER.
. W. BABB, °mks. PARTN.
SPECIAL PASTIME—S. M. SIRE.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
BARR • & PARKIN,
Office, No. 339 Liberty_St„
'PITTSBURGH, PA. .
STEEL . WORKS..
PARK, BII9TIIEB, &
Alanufacturers of all descriptions of
Mee and Warehous e
and tl9 and 121 FIRST STREETS,
1A.3. VIZIINNEt, Preet..... W. P. PORTZ% Hoyt.
AND IRON: CO,,
Bar iron; "
Railroad Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car Axles Rolled;
- Railroad Car Axles Hammered;
Locomotive Frame Shapes;
- Yokes, StraPs; •
Steamboat Cranks; -
Piston Rods, Wrists; •
Pitman Jaws, Collar% the.
Office; No. 177 PENN STREET,
The Trustees are now maimed to giant licen
ses' for the use of the: ELLERSKARSEN PRO
- The superior...quality transited to good iron,
the great imparrcment in inferior iron. and the
reduced cost.commend it to al. manufacturers of
Parties wishing to Use it can obtain licenses by
applying to •
. . Attorney for the Trustees.
orklas ' two run Mtn'.
Parties *interested' are invited I. visit the
SHORNBERGER WORKS. where the process is
now In successful otieration. . felkda
VERSON, PRESTON & CO.;
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
Wasehonse, Noe. lila strilliT FIRST
MEET, oopoate rmonglaglat H.
Founded A. D. TM&
M'KEZ & 00.
9 _ ,
P lipitrili k 7 o o t i ;DA D A .18 IigifiCzEIPAT
I aced Patent Door Locke fand Latches,
Allmand Coffee AMIN do.
4 : OF Mit' AliTlipli 613BANT EM I
-- •Pifiabuntlity JP.Muoi 9 a. ,
;ANI sT~ LMI TTING.
t • .., AIL,COOPERAsIIO.,
RASS , POIThiDERS,
AND STEAM FITTERS,
'sdrattion" - '9"l, mirevran
.3,7 i., ..,
f Pike and ' , Walnut Streets;
PITT BURGH.. .. :
KNAP FORT PITT
OFFICE AND WORKS,
TWELFTH STREET, .
. I 7
tla y ngin N e ml
s,.Ro m llin ac g Ma..
ch es, lee
torts, and Castings gO' y.
AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner FarroU and SmallinauStreetg,
prrrsizram I . PA.
CAST IRON BOWL. PEPE
808 GAS IMD WATER W 011413.
My Pines are all cut invariablyln , Pita, in dry
nand, and 12 feet lengths. Also, fall assortment
Castings for bias and Water *orks.
I Would also call the attention of Superintend
ents of Gas Works to my make of RETORTS.
MORTON - STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS 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 deserlPtion.
Boilers, Oil Tanks.
Sheet Iron Work.
lioMng Mill Castings.
ROBINSON, BEA & CO.,
Successors to Boutssow, limn St
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, FITTS
Manufacturer s i of Bost and Stationary S I
Engines, MLR Machinery ,
Ina, Cavilng of all descrlntl ne.
and Stine, Bolter and Sheet Iron 4 Work.
Office, No. 12, corner First and S
lbr re Agents fo
B r 817PAILWEI PATENT ITi
nutie r Eff BLANC FOI7NDBIG
Streot, Ninth Ward,
(Opposite Un)o' Iroa
Bolling Mill and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACHINERY AND CAt3TIN6B GENERALLY.
Orders promptly And carefully executed.
THOMAS CARLIN & CO.,
Fourth Ward Foundry and Nadine Works
BA2CDUSKY ST., LLLEQHZNY CITY. PA..
I Mannfietnrers of Steam Engines, 011 Presses,
Sulleyd, Shafting, Grist.. and Saw Mill Work,
Bolling Mill asid Maohine Castings, Brats Ban,
Welghts, Wagon Boxes, tn. Bund to order and
have on hand Engines 01 all sized. niellms
AND ROLL WORKS
SSO Penn Street.,
BOLLIAN t BOYD & BAG
dhllllLo 1 s 35111 Castinp, Roll Lathes, *a
Dealer in all Kinds of Lumber.
ON 118.17 D AND FOB SALE:
1. 000,000 feet Dry Pine Beards:
1130.0(10 pet 12 and 2 loch Clear Plank;
30,000 feet Dry 12 then Common Plankl
30,000 feet Dry 1 and 2 lace Oak:
25,000 feet Dr 3, 2, 22 rind 3 inch Alb,
5,000 ft. Dry 21,;•k2,3 in. Cherry Illaple,
30,000 ft. Dry 1 , 12, 2 and. 3 inch Poplar:
10 . 000 feet Dry Poplar besotting;
80,0011) feet Bemlock Jolts and Scanting:
780,000 No. 1 18-inch Shingles, sawed'
250,000 No. 1 15.ineh Shingles, sawedil
40,000 No. 1 18-inett SidrigleS, .S& 114 *0,000 Fire Brick;
1,000 Vire 'rile. _ I
100 Tons Fire May;
BDS—o. 80 PREBLE STREET. tbrmegly
Ifsneliester, and 187 REBECCA - STENST.ePPP.
site the &as Worlui, Allegheny cky. ncp
iliam, at. WICKEIIB
144 First Street,Pittsburgh,
dant !beetle sale of Cornwall, Xlioniamen
don,and other braads of Anthrnotts, To
gbeal Coke and O. B. Charcoal. ~,
Ommlgnments gamma resoOotitilly !elle
'tumult= AND aumnre WOBI '.
MCCURDY & CO.
itiOnsrati - ol Hbeattdng, Brazier.' and belt .
,- , alreasedir,spper Bonams,Balsed Billtßa.
Am, lipnltertifdder. , .Alko,lmpeeers and WM.
Brirle-Xstsli on Plideb.lness'lrOnslr an.
Clon itsiitlyOn hand Thin tMsobines j e.d Is.
wargAcmse, L .Nlo4o 122"taR f x and
IMMW FIiTH, -Pittsbatiali. - e= • •-
-4,raclid.Ordell at bniPerdsit WAY disdreidnt
birth -- midtc.3444 Fa
ENGINES, BOILERS, &c.
HUGH NI BOLE 8c 00.,
Cor. Point Alley and Duquesne St.,
ummi Tin Ponrr i ,)
Engine Builders, Founders and
Manufactire STEAMBOAT ENGINES and STA
TIONARY ENGINES, of all sues. • Sigoial attention Invited to our new STATION
ARY GIL WELL ENGINE AND PORTABLE
CASTINGS of every kind, made to order atour
Foundry on THISTREET, below Market.
RIGS i Oil Weis, SHAFTING, PULLEYS:,
HANGERS.HOUSEAnd TOBACriO SCREWS and
IRON. TOBACCO PIMISES, on hand and made
order, at the .
Fronting en the .Allegheny Biter, near the point,
air All orders promptly filled. TUT 178
BOILER, STILL AND TANK
CARROLL tic SNYDER,
TUBULAR, DOUBLE-YLUED TUBULAR,
YDSE-BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM BOIL
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS.
CHIBINETS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, BALT PANS °AND CON
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS AND IRON
PRISON DOORS Alt) COAL SWOT=
Waco and Warehouse, corner Second,
Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
air Orders sent to the above address will be
promptly attended to. . mb7:lEll
WM. BARNIEUEUL & CO.,'
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. SO, SS, S 4 AND SS PENN ST.
Having secured a large yard and furnished it
wnn the meet approved machinery, we are pre
pared to manufacture every description of BOIL
ERS in the best =saner, Ch i mneysted equal to
any made In the country. Breeching,
Tire Beds, Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers,
Condensers, Salt Pans, Tanks, 011 Stills, Agita
tors, Settling Pans, Boiler Iron, Bridges, Sugar
Pans, and sole manufacturers of BarnEill's Pat
Repairing done on shortest notice. lakeLl
JAMES BIL BITER, .
Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street,
- PITTSBURGH, PA.,
IRON OIL TANKS,
13:ETTLENG PANS, oeFrEal STEA3I PIPE,
LOLLING LILL STAC.SI3,
And SHEET IRON WORE,
7LIMD ]t. DAUM EDMUND D. BIM=
JARED M. BRUSH b. SON,
Steam Boilers, 011 Stills, Tanks.
SHEET 'BON WOREZ,3IO.
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, &o
THE BEST STOVES.
A. BRADLEY dr. CO.
Manufacturers of the greatest variety of
Cook, Parlor and Heating Staves,
TO BE POUND IN THE STATE.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Base Burning
°neater Stoves and Furnaces for Bud Coal or
Coke. Best in the World for Parlor,Oftice. Store or
Church. Fire needs no rekindling—burns all win
ter. Do notb iy until you see or send for Circular.
No. 30 WOOD STREET.' '
Our Agents for Orientals —DE id3ILER BROS.,
itultitlield St.; OEO. HURLEY. Allegheny City.
GRAFF, HUGUS & CO,
ILLAUTACTURIGIS Or ZYRRY 'SUBMIT Or
63 11 1 11 4:1 0 1 . 1nna
BOSTON COOKING RANGE,
"THE FIERY FURNACE,"
FOR WARNING BUILDINGS.'
THE NEW ANTI-DUST COOKINWSTOVE,
REGULATOR." COLUMBIA COOK STOVE,
VAN'S (CIIISIIIRIG Petters) PORTABLE
RANGE CAST IRON MANTLES, WHLLKANT
REF i.ECTOR, GRATES, free trom dirt and dust;
GRATE FRONTS, FENDERS, U.
206 and 208 Liberty Street,
5e25:577 PITTSBURGH, PA.
COOK. STOVES. • '
CET THE BEST.
111ISSEIAIL 4 CO.
FOB BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
sal aeon! other Stove In the Union.
BISSRT.TI & 00.,
No. 285 Liberty Street.
ilso on nand and for We.
oa►Al AND COKE.
nom.: COALSVCOAL!!: '
DICKSON STEWART & CO.,
Navies reamed their Otatal•
NO. 567 LIBERTY STREET,
(Lately City Fleas NUI)BECOND 1/144314
are new to torah toed TOZCIMO
erLa LUINT, NUT 00AL ONBIAO at the
lowest market price.
An orders Infra, thelrOMOes Or addreised te a
them through the man, WILL be attended tO
Machina - Stonei Works . ;
Northwest corner or West Common, Allegheny.
FILMY* Art/ATER gA.,00...
Eteriroki hind` ott.on short :loges Merril'
and- Stet:Konen' ilo for 81demalks, Brewer!
Varna. . Head an Tombstones, As.
Orders promptly exeoateg. Priam reasonable
AZETTE.::: - TUESDAY
FORT PITT .G CONANT.
N 0.169 WI ad Street.
CAPITAL, : : : :1: $200,000L
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIM DEPOSITS.
tillecilons shade on all accesdbla Taints in
t 4 t United States and Canada&
D. Hostetter, Jno., 0 Maim
James Gordon. Rcpt. H. King,
D. Wallace. Andrew Miller.
H. Fawcett, James M. Batley.
SAII%. BIeCIAIRIELAN, Preslt.
NATIONAL BANK OF
Cor. of Wood and Sixth St&
A. PATTEILSOR..—.— ...... --President.
JOB. B. HILL
CAPITAL, t $500,000.
KPm W. Ow,
Win. H. Bro,
Chas. Lockhart wn ,
Dan. B. Davidson,
W. 11. Haven.
Zs AT 11 A. N.
HAR.T,VAIIGHEY & CO.,
BANKERS. AND BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
IBHOOEBI3OIIB TO HANNA, HART 00.0
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And putiendar attention paid to the purchase
and Bale of
Blunt Drafts on London.
N. HOLMES & SONS,
57 Market Street,
Collections mule on all the principal points of
tie United Mates and C/11111415.
Stocks,Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT AND BOLD ON COMMISSION.
Partiealaz attention paid to the purchase and
United. States Securities.
DOLLIR SAYINGS BANK,
After the First of March Next,
Will be closed on
And open dully from 9 o'clock A. 11. to 3 o'clock
P. it., and on
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
HERBERT We C. WEDDLE,
Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils.
Eclipse Railroad Axle On.
Stands great beat without ckdnge; remains
limpid at lowest temperatures. Special Oil fore
tropical climates or hot weather.
Locomotive, Engine, Machine Shop,
Will cut Screws.
Saw $Ol and Planing JIM Oils,
Adapted for high speed. •
Spindle 011, Wool Head-Light Oil g
Oil, Tanners' Stuff. Benzoic,
ing dr. Pi n i siting 101, Gasoline,
'Harness Oil Parradine.
ARMOR VARNISH, to preserve Bright Iron
Week and Machinery from ttnar. • .
These products are manufactured under Dr..
Tweddle's patent by Superheated Steam In Vac
ciao. The Lubricating Oils are almost odorless,
perfectly pure, uniform, and mostly light ool
ored, stand a high temperature unchanged. and
remain limpid during extreme cold. TheMaliroad
Otis are 'unequalled, and are In constant use on.
Many of the principal Railroads. Samples can.
be examined and orders left at 174 WOOD.
STREET, Works at Stisrpsburg Bridge. , '
WAILING AND 'Lima,
Commission Merchants and Brokers la
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
WARING, KING &
ISM Walnut Street.
TACK BROTUEBS, -
AND DIALYXI3 Ut •
Petroleum and its „Products,
Plttatmegh 011ine—NALEMLLIS surranzre.
corner of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets.
Iladelphislice-127 WALNUT BT.
°LOMOND OIL 14'0115111,
H. M. LONG & CO.,
office, DAT- , .u.T.L BUILDING,
fell " -Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh, Pa.
H 014111014 BELL &
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
Kann fluitnrers of MUNI MEDIUM 'ad Lielte
ABICIEWIR AND pASZOIJA
SUICETINGS AND BATTLND.
CH 2, 1869.
CENTRAL AND UNIO.pi
PACIFIC RAILWAY ROICOS I
The cheapest laveatment now In the market for
EUE - 1. LIVIIKEVTZ,
Corner FIFTH AVENUE & WOOD BTREETS.
Also. dealer ;in Government Bonds. Gold and
CORDOIIB and European Exchange at market
JAMES T 1 BRADY CO.,
03.....0tat0 IL JONES d C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sta.,
3EI DkT lara. 30 3R. Ell 7
BEY AND BELL ALL.EINDB OP •
BOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST PAVOEABLE TEEMS.
I Interest Allowed on Deposits.
ow-Money loaned ' on Government Bonds at
lowest market rates.
Orders executed for the Pcurehase
and Sale of ~STOCKS, BONDS and
JAMES T. BRADY, er. CO.
rbtt littintto akttts.
F.IN..fiN . CE 49ND TRADE.
OVPIONOF Pirramtuaan GarerrE, -
MONDAY, March 1, 1889.
Closing quotations as received by. Ph
R. Mertz: Gold, 131%; Eighty-one's,
1153‘; Five Twenties, 1862, 117%; do,
1864, 114; do, 1885, 114%; do, 1865, new.
112%; do, 1867, 112%; do, 1868, 112%;
Ten Forties, 105%; Railroads Cleve
land & Pittsburg s, 90%; , Fittsburgh,
Fort Wayne tit Chicago. 2134; Chicago
dc Rock Island, 27; Chicago dr North-
Western, 8234; do Preferred, 90%; Erie,
—; New York Central, 67%; Michi
gan Southern, 973‘; Reading, 93%; Ohio
do Mississippi Certificates; 333; West
ern Union Telegraph Company, .37,;
Merchants Union -Express Company,
15%; Pacific Mail, 101%; Adams, 60%;
Mning shares—Gregory, 2,00; Quartz
Hill, 77; Smith Parmele, 1,50 Gory
don,' 10; Am. M. Express, 41
—Closing quotations received byJantes
T. Brady it Co.: Geld, 131%; United
States Sixes, 1881's, 115.‘; 0-20's, 1862,
1173.11 5-20's, 1884, 114; 5-20's, 1865,
114%; 10-40's, 105%; 5-20's Jan'y and July,
1865, 1123,5, do. 1867, 112%; do. 1868, 112%;
Seven Thirties, par less IA; Due Com
pounds, 119; Ten Forties, 110; Union
Pacific. Railroad, par; Central, 103; Cy.
CEly Telegraph to the Pitt sbargh Gazette.,
Money easy at 5@6 per cent. until just
before the close of bank hours, when the
demand became active and there was
quite a little flurry, resulting in an
vance to .7 per cent.; this change was
partly artificial," having lbeen started by
some parties on the bear side, though
the great:ease of the forenoon undoubt
edly induced many borrowers to delay
loans later than usual; prime discounts
7@9. Sterling firmer and quiet at 108%
@lO9. Leading bankers generally are
bears for the purpose of buying bond bills
cheap. Gold fluctuated frequently dur
ing the day, in sympathy with the con
flicting quotations of bonds , from Lon
don; the extremes were 131@132 Xi. the
' latest sales were made at 131%. Loans
were made at 4@l percent; for csrrying.
Imports of gold last week 1291,200.
Governments opened strong but less
excited than last week and the prices are
generelly 35@)56 lower than the , highest
price of Saturday; the most noticeable
decline was 355 on 10-40 s; in the afternoon
the market was _depressed •34@X, per
cent. by Washington reports that the
house had , not agreed to - the , . Senate ,
amendments to Mr. Schenck's bill and ,
lower quotations from London; the mar
ket, however, closed.steady at a decline..
~The fluctuations have shaken ..out weak
parties and largely increased short inter
est. Coupons 'Bl, 116%©115%; do. 'B2,
117®117%; do. 'B4, 113%@114; do. 'B5, 115
©llsy s ; do. new. -1123 411.2%; do. '67,
.112;6©11231; do. '6B, 11234©112X; 1040 s,
105% ®106; ex. coupons Pacific Railroad
State securities firm. Missonris, 87%
@87%; New Tennessees, 613@6411‘; North
Carolinas 59A WO; Louisiana Mixes, 72%.
The railway market opened firm, but
soon became weak and lower,which state
of affairs increased in force until the
close of the day, when the market be
came quite unsettled. The cause of the
decline is art increased activity in mon
ey. There were rumors of an injunction
on the New York Central 'dividend,
which could not be traced to reliable
authority, and the closing of the Ft.
WaYne books for transfer bonds, at , first I
supposed to be stook _books. - The decline
today'on New York, Central was fully
3 per Atilt., and on FortWayne4@43sper
cent. On the latter there was at one
time I 3 per cent. difference between
cash and regular from calling in of bor
rowed stuck rug the impression about
closing of books , but late in ' the day
cash stook was' freely coffered a t ji per
cent. There were all aorta o rumors
about the renewal of the co test for
election, but the whole thing, it Is be
lieved, was amicably settled some days
since. Miscellaneous list active but Ir
regular- Express shares strong on're
ports -that negotiations art pending like=
ly to result in an amicable aettlement be
tweet: the Erle Railway and the United
Stites Express Company. . - •
38; Wells Express, 29110)2834; American,
423‘4013; Adams, 61%061X: Merchants,
20 asked; Quicksilver 24%@25; Canton,
8334®60; Paeltic Ma)1, 1 709934; West
ern Union Telegraph, 36 (087; Mariposa,
13%@14 ; do. pref. ng 33y: New York
Central 160y01603¢: Erie, 8h86%; Hud
son, 186®130.%; Reading 92% ®92%; Terre
Haute, 36%; do. pref. 87; Wabash 67X®
07%; do. pref..7B%; . St. Paul, 'Vi@W - K;
do. preferred, 77 % @ 77%; Rea log. 92%
®93;-Ft. Wayne, 119)(@119)'4; Ohio, and
Missisalppl,B3%©B3X: Michigan Central;
11734@119 : 'Michigan Southern, 96gt@
96X; Illinois Central; 140@14234; Pitts.
NEW YORE, March 1, 1869.'
burgh, 893;@90: Toledo. 105(g1105,4;
Rock Island, 126%@1263,1; Northwestern,
823@82; do. preferred, 9035.@90%;
Lake Shore, 10534; Chicago and Alton,
159; Dubuque and Sioux City, 108; C. C.
C. ee I. C., 6834.
' Shares dull; Gregory, 250;
Smith .t Parmelee. 1; Quartz Hill, 73.
• Copper Stocks at Boston—Calumet,
60 ; Copper Falls, 15%; Franklin, =34;
Hecht. 80; Hancock, 3N; Minnesota, 33r;
Quincy, 341. f.
Gold clearances to-day $128,000,000.
Receipts at the Sub-Treasury, 51,536,
633 payments, 5938,245 ; balance, $89,-
ALLEGHENY CATTLE DIARKETir
OFFICE OF PITTBBIJBOH GAZETTE} '.
MONDAY. March 1, 1869.
There was an increased supply of Chtr
tle on sale today, nearly nine hundred
head, but, with a gdod local demand, the
market was firm and prices, especially
for good Cattle, were fully sustained
There was but a - single eastern buyrr in
attendance, and up until the time we left
he had not bought a single hoof, nor Is
- it likely that he would, as we. PreartMs
that the butchers would pay more for
the kind of cattle suitable for shipment
than he could afford to give. The fact Is,
good Cattle always bring a fall price in
this market, and we doubt very much
whether there is another place in Oa%
country that is supplied with as good
meat as Pittsburgh and Allegheny. The
very best Cattle in the West ale brought
to the Alllegheny • market, and there is
scarcely a week passes but what 'our ,
drovers buy the very pick of the Chicagd
market, and it takes the very best to sat
isfy some of our butchers.
There was one small drove of extra
line steers on sale to-day, brought here
from Chicago by Marks &Co. Eight of
these weree nought by Chas. B. Weide
(successor to James Hda,g, No. 80 Pitts
burgh market) at nine and a half cei2B
As *ill be seen by reference to there-`.port of sales, prime to extra butchers?
stock sold at BQB%, and fair to niedirute
at 7Q734. Bulls sold at 4Q6 ots, as to
quality and condition, and fresh cows at
f40(4)70 per head. The following is a z-ti
port of the sales
, Trartrman dl Lobman, 139 head - of Chi
cago stock at 63¢®83f. L. &I. Shaul-
berg, 30 head Chicago stock at 63.posyz.
Haziewood & Blackatock, wholesaled 16
head at 7%; 16 do. at sy t , and retailed 76
at BQBX. Marks & Bro, retailed 76 head
Chicago stock at B©Bq. Greenwald &
Kahn, 59 head Chicago stock at 808 X.
C. Keefer, 17 Chicago stook, at 7QB.
Smith & Blue, 18 head of bulls and
steers from Indiana, at $4,85Q7. Nicht). .
Las Carr, 20 head Belmont county. Ohio
Steers at 64Q7—two oxen ,held at 735.
James Hanlin, 18 head mixed Washing..
ton co. stock, at : 507. C. Kaldolor
bought 6 head Ohio stock, at 6%. E.
Katz, 30 head Tuscarawas bO., Ohio. scal
awags, at 305. Haae,,& Kraus,ls6 head
Chicago stock, at 63.4Q8. - L. Rothschild
& Co,, 55 head stock, at 63,6(4)734. Peter
Hartman, 23 head Chicago stock at 635
Q 7,35. J. Needy, 40 head Ohio stock at
6(4)8,25. M. Verner, 20 head Ohio stook,
at $6,50Q7,65. I. Zeigler, 24 Chicago
stook, at (f6Q8,50 Jas. McAllister sold .
19 head of Ohio steers for Halthorne 6s
biller; at 6Q7V 4 ,. Stakely & Bro 10 head
-John Moore 6.
SHEEP-=The supply of Sheep ,on sale
was again light to.day. less than six hun
dred, but the market appeared to be
very quiet, the demand having fallen.off
wonderfully since pkices have ' gone up.
The cause assigned for the very light
arrivals is the fact that the shearing sea. ,
son is near at hand, and farthersure not
anxious about selling until , after the
wool has been taken off, unless they get •
a big price: Good to prime jfat mutton
Sheep may be quoted at s@7•cts. •
Holmes, Lafferty &Bro. 501d , 77 head
for Horner dr Bro. at 5,12@6,25. •
Walters sold 43 head of prirtie fat Sheep,
to Anll dc Myers, at 6% eta.] per;lb, and
Anil g.t Myers afterwards sold the Barrie'
Sheep to a butzher, at 1.6,25 per head. •
We can also reporta sale of d 174 wale
wags at $1,95 per head. ,
Peter Sheitemantle retailed 121 at 3%@
7% per pound.
John Beeler sold 15 head prime fat
Sheep at 7.
Kerr sold 87 Washington Co. Sheep'' at
234 ®6%. Adam Eckert Wholesaled fa
head, atis3l4' per head. ,
Palmer had 14 which he held at 7 eta.
HOGS—Market quiet and unchanged,
and the retail demand continues light.
We quote in a retail way at 1.1©13 cts.
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
MONDAY, March 1} 1869.
. The market was again dull' and very
unsettled to-day, and, as has been the
case for some time, the volume of busi
ness' was exceedingly lig h t. There
seems to be little or no , demand, compar
ativedy speaking, for either (present or
future delivery, anil prices. although
weak, are without quotable ch ange. It
is reported that there is a he avy "bear"
movement in progress in the 'KARI, whose
object it is to break the tuarSkt as badly .
as Possible, and this once accomplished,
the bears will load - up, , I and then
change their tactics. And it is also said
that the parties, who are most; fmnsplo
ous in this last movement; are the same,
who a short time since, were the wildest
of bulls, and if so. they will doubtless ,
bring the same influence to -.bear to
break the market down that' they did to
put it up. Be this as it may, the market_
is exceedingly dull,'and unsettled, and
within a week, prices have declined
PRUDE—The market is - . inlet and
rather dullish, though compared with
Saturday, prices hays undergone no ono-
table 'change. We can report two aides
on spot, one of 500 and other , of. 700, both
at 16%, and while the aemarid seems to
be light, there is none offering below
this figure. Future . deliverleies. quiet -
and unchanged. - •
REFINED-The Refilled market was
also 'very quiet to-daY, though compared
with Saturday, prices, have undergone
no quotable change. - Spot oil was
'quoted at 343; March to June, 36; March
to September, 36%; March, 3.s%egaei and
April 86®363i; There was a negotiation
Pending „for, 500 last halfof March..
at 31; on cars here which was doubtless
consummated. 411 the year,: buyer's
Option, is nominal_t 40.
' ' LUBRICATING OILS.
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil; / 40 e* 4
Eclipse Railroad• Axle 350
Eclipse 'Machinery ' • 10.
Eclipse Tanners' Stuffing Aft„,`"'"
Eclipse Tanners' Finishing oil ... 6 50 L.
• EMPPIM Eh ST BY A. V.'S, B.
P. Weisenberger i 100 bbla lubricating •
toi'Werden, Frew d
Patterson Niehouse, • 50 obis tar t o
John Spear dc oo.,Philadelphia;
on: BILIPPRD EAST 'FROM Ducitrgszni
.H. M. Long& Co., 99 bblit refined to
Warden, Frew & Co., Phila.
Hutchinson 011 Ref. Co., 320 bbl.s . re f .
to Warden.-Frew do Co.. Pbliade / P auk
Total shipments Refined. .. ... . ... . . 419