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COMM. & 00.,
'; : ' •
I RPN, NAILS, STEEL,
AXLES AND SPRINGS,
PIIDNIFAIND. L N AND JIINIATA,
PLAT BAR. ROUND AND SQUARE IRON.
3141 ND, HOOB,. SHEET AND TANK IRON,
moiLita PL +TINA AND lIRADS,
41:1CARD IRON DRAG and neorritu BARS
BLANGAD. CUTTER BARS, CkIANDER
11.1% V IL AT RAIL, for Coal Roads.
CROW R • RS,WEDOS.S & HARR. orr TEETH.
E rrt ztria.rLow AND CULTIVATOR STEEL,
. E.T. WINGS AND MOULDS cut to pattern.
BL TIsES, STEEL SHAFTING. A. B.
COACH, BUGGY and WAGON SPRINGS and
CUT NAILS AND. SPLKIIS.
All GoodgPirst Class and Warranted.
OFFICES AND WORKS.
Sixteenth St yid Allegheny River,
azmi 71,Water Street. Pittsburgh.
GODEFFROY BiIANCKER & CO„.
- 42 'Exchange Place, New York,
as Sole Agents in the 'United
Mates for the Prussian Mining and Iron Com.
gram of Duisburg, Westphalia, to contract or
welkin quantities to snit pnrchssers, (delivered in
Ether New York or PlitiadelPhia,) the celebrated
- V. G. SPLEGEIYASEN
Used so extensively for the manufacturing of
BESSEMER , STEEL,
This Iron is free from eulpur and PhOsphonia,
lad containi &heavy 'per cent age of Manganese.
partici:a ars. samples. prices or chemical
~ aalysiiwißbepromptlyforwarded bnapolica.
pIuErnELD sTEEL WOBILS.
RINGER, 1111.410 K & CO.,
- -pray:minims. Pa...
Maiinfactaters of every deseriptlon of
CAST AND - 43}ERIIAN STET 4
autaar a :C. AND IN
••♦MUM. STEEL TIM do., &a
Warehouse, 1311,Water 841,00 First Ste.
mitracia, =an & ',Amu%
• oxerzsm. rAuriaqui:
trict. lercßiuut , PuB.EL*AP'.
Brews. P4irrarsu-41. Y. BILL
CRESCENT syzitz, 1NT019753,
BARR & PARKLN,
Moe,,No. 339 Liberty St,
rAux, BROTHER & CO.,
lfsanficturers of an descriptions of
Ogice and Warebotuse, TAIRTIPTH, THIRTY
YIEST and RAILnOAteI3TRZETI3.
•ue. Vsamen. Pre Wu—. W. P. rOwnii. Wt.
AND mop co.,
Saw Irma • u
Iltatiroad Push Sams mad Bolts;
Iltittiltiatt Sae Italia *oiled;
Maltread tal Azle* IllammeMSl
joet r Matotkee Frames; -
Staten Bead/4 r
ptofMi l ltmle, Writes;
"%haslet, Sawa, ,collare. te.
woe, pia 17T PX.NR STREET,
•C PMUItnIGH. PA..
The Trustees are now nrepared to grknt_licen
-tbe net of the Z7 5- ER-411AN PRO
' • TN; iMperlor caaßtY Imparted to good Iron.
Abe great Improvement In Interior hon. and t,be
*Winced amt. commend It to Mt manufacturers of
Par i ties within* to 1118 itcan obtain licenses_licenses_by
Apratt sti c.
.4Jli ES 13P,F 4 ER.;--
. • Awitue 7 'bribe Trustees.
200138 1 and 2, EngUslo2lding, 96.%
Iroulth &venue. •
Interested are Invited to-visit the
011 - CtieJjAintILWORKS. There ins process b
VITERSON, 1r RUMOR 84' CO.,
.4 1 jak
'Temisvlvania Iron Works.
arehouse, Mask • .166 endleT JIM
T.' oepaitte NOtkeltitaJP l an Set
assihe • VIITTSBFRONIA
P i " illv T i f i
- NOVELTY WORKS.
•Touuded A. AI. Ate&
DAMS, VILE* dr, OCO.
artiriOilt STAFDABD LTAIRBANIC SPAT.
/FAT) PX4.179N-14 . 4LaiD
Jaaus 71*d" iattaged,
• • • taint and agree. /11111, La.
008i8S 0P M43 . 1 1 .,A98117; I 41107 811
• -•• 1 1 44 1 44.1111 Dre.
AS &ND STUNMTUTO.
aopor 0001112 JO5. ILATL:AirdiIdIT 111132•:
OHIII IL COOPER /COs.' •
to ; : '-' ; •
11.11 ASS roirmripes" -
GABTp STEAM MEM,
asistootosentotriWN AND RIVAM
_JoartpDootmoslorm to OAS
"Lu iit; of &stands. .
for ! of Pike and Walnut Strt)ets,
(Yr' • .
KNAP FORT PITT
OFFICE AND WORKS,
chinery, 'Nan Iltchines, Re
torts, and Castings generally.,
AND PIPE WORKS.
Corner Carroll and Imallnien litrooth
• slaw= WABD,)
• . _ .
OAST IRON BOWL PIPE
Fos AS ABD werzn wonso.
NT Pines are an cast invarlablyin Pits, in 'dry
sand, and Is feet lengths. Also, full assortment
Castlagslor Gas and Water Worts.
I world also call the attention , of Superintend.
anti Of Cu WOrYll to my mate of =TWITS. -
MORTON STRENT, ;final Ward,
THOMAS N. HILLER, President.
Theme- Works are among the largest sitel most
oompiet4 establishment* la the West. sad are
now ;tapered to Amish
ND/loos, of oiroiry doseripilloo.
Ilboot Iron Work.
Zoning Inn CannaMk
ROEDISON, REA fr. CO.,
Bummers to Kosnigoie, =gig k Mums,
FOUNDERS AND NACHINISTS,PITTSBUREM,
Yanuflicturers of Boat and Stationary Steam En
gines Blast Engine., Mial Machinery; Gearing,
Malting, Castings of all descriptions: .011 Tanks
and Stills Boller and Sheet Iron Work.
Mrs, No. 12, corner First and Smithaeld
Agents for GITTAND'S PATENT LICTECTCIB
for meeting Boilers. Jallafel
MONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
A ' 4 2titter street; Ninth Ward,
(Opposite Onion Iron la,
• • rrrrsannes.
Bolling' MUand Bridge Castings,
THFNBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXESI
Orders promptly and carefully executed. •
-E111 . 1 . ;EBT k 111.10111aM
ocimiss • -
THOMAS CARLIN & CO.,
hutk Wardiond ufl Nadia Voila,
mouttnery llt.; -- ALLZGHZNY art Pi,—
MiniescOrgra of ates= Eire% tr u renint,
it qui 'Haw Virl ir r i
BoUlair ia T t 11 and machine Canino, Orate
Weigh Wagon Boxes. , Me. anUd to Order an
have on and Znginea of aU Mee. invl4:4ll
AND R 01.1„, ORKS t
- • 880 Penn Street.
cam Rodi,YW castilis*;*.ca Lathe., se.
Dealer in , all Kinds of Lumber.
ON HAND AND ,1170CIALI
L 000,000 feet Dry Pine Board.; •••%_.
160,0ute feet 1) and A leek Clear max;
„p feet Dry lit eseni.knermon Plank;
, Ileet„Dly adllrekVaks
' • ftef Dei 0 la and a Inch Ash.
5,000 Dry 58,434, in. Cherry A Maple,
90 ) ,000"&;! 14 XV: and hack rOdarl
oe feet my Poplar Scantling;
XBO,OOO feetfeet walook dolate•and dointlngt
76,000 No.l 16-Ineb Shingles,' sawed;
'fa oc W.lnk ining.tear.anayed;
, '„ , ,f,looflkr _
TAZDd—No. 66 PRICHIE SPRIL _ftwmerly
Itaneguerteriand 101 REBECCA 8711DMICT,epp6-
OW the Ca. work., Allegheny City. sold
, L,WarAl• - 2
No. 8 ow. trs,Am, arriunwr
' ; •
And Ipso 41'11 and Is 7: Street,
( prrwintußcat. 'PA
QINGERLY & CLEO
No worth Y. scaucialux
TM only Swain Llthog —B nipble' Establishment
Vest ( t o e Mountains. ashes OW% Letter
Beads. Bonds.imbel_sOireulars,,Bhom Outs,
Diplomas. Porttalts Views Bettineates of Da.
mats, Imitable" estoa. 40.4 Nos. TS and 74
'Third *trans. Pittgatirith.
'MONT, SOAP STONE, &a.
ZARA No '1 1 24
Smithfield street,. Pole 3(anufsetareee_ot
green's Felt Cement sad Greyel Booffnx. ma.
Serial PO Jake?
Brif i gis:):,o%
DYEER ILND SCOURER
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : MONDAT, APRIL 5, 1869:
ENGINES, BOILERS, &o.
Ellen 111 . BOLE &
Cor. Point Alley and Duquesne St.,
-UILAE TEL Pent%
Engine Builders, Founders and
Manrillietilre STEAMBOAT ENGINES and STA
TIONARY X WILKES, of all Ma.
Special attention invited to our new STATION
ARY OIL WELL ENGINE AND PORTABLE
BOILER. of 15-horampower.
CASTINGS of every Mud. made to order atonr
Foundry, on TRIED STREET. below Market-
RIGS for 011 Wells, G. PULLEYS,
RANGERS,BOUSE and TO AO6OI3OREWS and
IRON TOBA.OOO PRIMES, n hand and made to
order, at the - -
7 ,,,,i nn 0n the Allegheny River, near the Point.
1111 P• A.ll olterkprotnitly filled. TM' ire.
BOILER, STILL Aril TM
W 0 13,1113•
Mina% DOUBLELI3I3D TUBULAR,
lITBZ-BOX AND CYLUiDEB STEAM BOIL
OIL STILLI AND OIL TANKS,
CHIXEICTS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
EllSrlil t ilt ßs pANS, SALT PANS AND OON
STRAD! Pink ciasomrriss AND LEON
nußox DOORS AND ociez, sa - tras
Ogees sad 'Warehouse. earner Second,
Third. !Mort amd Liberty Streets.
, . , •
AlPrOrtlere sent to the above address will be
Promptly attended to. - • mh7:119
WALILIBMIILL k CO" •
A. 1 . 24 P gOr..ErWqI....I I P;IXtKE R th
, Nos. so, ss, se Ass Se PENN wr.
/laying beMired a yard and tarnished It
wit& Alicsnost approanauldnyryi we araM
Mid to aianuhicture evert 11•6@rillnaos of
7.118:16, best manner, mad warranted equal to
a ir lk B Zitheooni steam n tr p t 4 Xida m m
r i%B e reecklng,
Condensers, Salt OMB, Tanks, 011 ga
tors, Settling Pans, Boiler Iron._Brlftes, Suer
Pan ant sole saanaseturers of Rim :a='s Pat
Repairing done on shortest notice.
JAMES 316 IMPEI4
Nos. 55 and 56. Water Street,
IRON OIL TANKS,
sae ma. comm. yrs= lq/4.
MOLLING MILL STAMM
And BEE= IRON WOBIL
saws =son ..... D. lII=
D RftlEtt3H & SON,
Bteans„l3oilers, Oil Stills, MMES.
BET IRON wonz.ika, - •
,pt 'Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STGVES, CASTINGS, &o.
THE BEST STOVES.
A. BRADLEY & CO.
lianufsetarers of Meg:eaten variety of
Cook, Parlor and Heating Stoves,
TO BE 10IIND IN THE STATE.
Sole Agents'fbr the celebrated Base Burning
Oriental Stoves and Turn-acea for Hard Coal or
Coke. Bes t In th e World for Parlor,Olice. Store or
Church. ?Ire ne ed . ao rekindling—burns all win.
ter. Do notbly until yoe see or send for Circular.
_ No. 3Q WOOD STREET.
Onr Agents for Orlentals—DEalltLEß 8808..
South • MIA lift.; OEO. HUBLZIr. Allegheny olty.
MP, SUMS st CO.
auararAaroszas OF WIWI VAILBSWIT OP
13PPC101731111191 1 ,
BOSTON' COOKING RANGE,
- “THE FREY TUBACE,"
THRI NZW_ ANTI-DIMT__COOICING
coLumzr& COOK trrovr A
VAN% 'Cincinnati Pattcpi) PORTABLR
RANGE CART IRON KANT! WEILLILAWN
REIPIACCTOR,AIRATICti r tree trom dirtmiAlut;
GILL= IiLNDESIS, ea.
200 and 206 Liberty Street,
CET THE BEST.
BIMMELL :dr. CO.'S.'
riO3 isixuaiso us COAL.
'ffuriuded!a Cook, Wu) or Boast a
on many other
,Iltoye In Ike Unto,
EDS= & aa
No: aB5 Liberty , sweet..
op.o. as it4r
7 me tn.
-6115A14 comfit coALsit ,
MaSOl 4 l, phi Var &
I . removed their Oetoi to
NO. 567, 413KILTY 5 ErniOM
mateli ' aity near 1111118ZOW6M, woo s. .
Are now armored to feralak rood - Irca6lll o .
sisZNV, riusor xtrr ciuLL oxnam at the
lowest morket price.
All orders lett et their seise, or eddisased to
them arose!! tke be littedotoi to
Machine Stone W orks,
Northwest corner of West °DEIMOS; Angel**
Have on band or p_repare short notice Searle
and Step Stones, lags lags lbs. Sidewalk% BreWef7
Varies, an. Head Inc ToMb Stones, ne.
Orders nfontitlf =coated- Prima reasonable
FORT PITT BARING COUNT.
N 0.169 Wood Strati
: : : : : $200,000.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY ,LIABLE,
INTRUST ALLOWED ON TIER DEPOSITS.
Collections made oz all eaceultde points 111
the limited illtatea and camas& .
D. Hostetter; DIBSOTO Joo. 0 Risher,
James Gordon. Bobt. H. Hing,
D. weance. - . Andrew 11111er.
H. iraweett. James M. Bauer.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMIERCE,
Cor. of Wood and Sixth Sta.
PATTERSO2...-- . . .... ...President.
J 08.12. HILL
CAPITAL, s i t $500,000.
George W. Cum,
R H. Palmer
Wm. Beau.. :1
Wm. R. Brown,
Dan. R. Davidson,
W. S. Haven.
Z. AT U N.
HAUT, CAUGHEI & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
ONOEsi Med and Wood ;Streets,
0F00012180105 TO BARNA. SART • CO.)
~Yt3~IRII 0 , C° lll , Coupons,
AM gisitlcialar i iteltr a ni e tr d
t o she puraue
Sight Drafts on London.
N. HOLMES & lONS,
57 Market Street,
the Mlleslhnis nude
and on all
Canades. the principal points of
Sthclu4Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON CONNOSTION.
Putts:rear attention paid to the purchase and
United States Securities
JAY COOKE &
114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
STOCKS and BONDS of all descriptions
bought and sold.
• • •
Special attention given to the purchase and 'alb
of Government Securities. • akhBo
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
=mon , W. c. TATDDLE,
Lubricating/41110 Teit Earning Ob.
gallirsad Azle Oil. - • .
Stands great heat ',Shoat thane: realsingl
• Ilannd tensest temperatures. ' Special 011 for
troyde4 ethnites or hot weather.
Isoeiontollve. Engin% gargine Shop,
War cut Carew,. •
sow nu' wild. Planing 7111 Olin.
Adapted airbinh speed.
Oil; Wooli llesgilLighleilis
Tanners* Staff. Berasolth
ing finialtriagoll. Gasoline.
Sarno' Oil • IPsuntalline.
ARMOR VAIDIMI to - .Drumm Bright Iron.
Work and liaonatery Dam anat. • ,
prolUtta are manuinaturel under Dr.
Twed es iles_pateut by Snalated Steam In Tu..
CVO. TA, impricaung a re ' almost odorless,
_Winne. ant mostly light col
ored. stand a than temperature unchanged, and
ratans limpid during extreme cold. The road .
OW ant' ~nuequalled. and are In constant use on
many of the principal naurpas asnages • eau
be examined and., orders left at 114 WOOD
PrIDOBT. . Works at riiianannrir Bridge.
eauffe AND =No,
w42..dirwi liesistwits and irokenhi
Petroleum and its Products,
LIALZEWS BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
przillinnsait„ PA. •
117 Walnut Street.
Petroleum and its Products,
0011101 01 10111114111111 Way and Isawastreeta.
H. M. LONG & CO.,
Ofilee i DALZELL BUILIMM
fan • Deanne Way, Plttaburgth Pa.
AXClETrzeTtram, AND •
ORNAMENTAL - CARVERS
Aloo-61 Sandusky St., Alleghen
laryclfgatment of NTWEI. Ktritnit i
BkLynTassa constantly on hand. T
of all Assail) a/ohm%
CENTRAL AND UNION
PACIFIC_ 'RAILWAY BONDS,
The cheapest Investment now In-the market for.
1 3 11.R.MOBELTZ,
Corner FIFTH AVENUE A. WOOD STREETS.
.ikßio, dealer; A Government Bonds:: Gold and
Coutrons and European. Exchange at market
rates. - deal
Dims T. BAY 8c.v0.,
Oktecessorsko B.JONES I C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
.a. jEt. es,
BUY LIU! BELL ALL KORB OP
001rERNMENT SECT/11111 S,
BOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON MOST 'FAVORABLE TERMS.
Interest Allowed en-Deposits. ,
/Pr Money loaned on Government Bonds at
lomat market rates. .
Orders executed for the Purchase
sad Sale of STOOKS, BONDS and
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.
Os ' li4siiit . to -.:141...m0tt..
mriatr . opi ./1.1,t1D TRADE.
Ornos op. Pirrssuacra GAZETTE,
SATtatrisr, April* 8, 1869. 6
The extreme stringency in the Money
market on Friday morning was followed
late in the day by a. comparative ease.
Bonds and stocks, which' had declined
early in the day from one-half to two
per cent., suddenly advanced, and gold;
.sold at 182 at the opening of
the market, suddenly declined to 131%,
on the rumor that the Stay interest was
to be anticipated by a rebate of six per
cent. interest. The ease in money in
creasedon Saturday afternoon, although
X . per cent gold interest was still paid,
and the desire to buv for a rise exceeded
anything seen on Wall street for a long
time. Five-Twenty bonds advanced one
per cent. from the lowest point, with
offers to buy for future delivery, and• to.:•
day's likely to witness a further sharp
rise, followed by a sudden decline, from
a I desire to realize immediately and on
short terms. There is no doubt that ev
ery effort will be made to advance. (ov
ernment bonds to a point a least a half a
cent above the highest point offered two
weeks ago. The amount of bonds held
andbought Iby foreign bankers of new
1865's and 1867's is very large, but the
advance of the rate of interest advanced
by the Bank of England' from three to
four per cent. will be an obstacle in
shipping bonds, and what was bought a
fiw weeks since at high rates will be
sold again, and thus the high prices can
not be long sustained.
The gold market exhibits remarkable
firmness after the official •publication of
the Secretary of the Treasury that gold
interest' would be anticipated. ' There is
evidently no auth about the shipments
of coin from )Inrope, at least the amounts
can not be very large or gold would de
cline more rapidly.
In stock the bonyancy exceeds any
thing witnessed for a long time, and
parties who bold stocks are very moil
dent of carrying 'prices far above pres
_ . althoughmoney must
remain- high ler' some time to come.
The only exception is the LTpion Pacific
Railroad bonds' and the American - and
Merchants' Union Express Companies'
shares, which declined.
' In the mining 'share market greater
activity is exhibited and Quartz hill,
which sold down to 03 cents, suddenly ad
vanced to 125 per Aare.
The completion of the Pacific Railroads
will soon revive dealing in mining , s hares
kicrivilKooltance the ,' value of property
hilliest° almost worthless, froth the
enormous expensea attending the opera
tions of the mines.
In . the -local market money. was very
tight,land as 'high - in 18 per cent. per 1
annum has been paid_ for good paper.
Quotations, received ,by Ph. R.
Mertz: Ge1d;•131,4 1 Silver;•l2s; Eighty
one's, 115%; Five Twenties, 1862, 113 X;
do 1864, 114%; do 1865, 116%; do
Oonsols, 11.8%ir do 4867, 113%; do .1868,
118%; Ten Forties, 105%; New York
Central, 63; Erie, 'Reading, 91%;
Pittsbur h, Fort Wayne & Chicago,
28,fit Ohio -& " Mississippi,
88;k Michigan 'Southern. • NO, Clay°.
land .& Plttsburgh, !Y;' 'OhiCago &
Rook Island; ik,%; Chicago & North
Western, 84%; Chicago' & North Western
Preferred, 94%; Adams Express Com
pany,.sB34; Merchants Union . ExDress,
.111d4. e 91; Western: 'Union
Telegraplt Co Man mnanY, % 8 2 Xi'Greilnr.V,
Quarts Hill, 1,10; Oorydqn, —; Smith &
Parmlee, i 2,25; W. Atii. Express 89%.
tirrir°P l toL"..t4 l ° l /_W ic OMOt lai . atut)
• • rinw - ion, April B,lBq.
,The money •market'"iti perceptibly
_easier. The...demand- during-the morn- ,
ing was MAO and the best 'class of bor
rowers had difficulty In supplying their
wan* *tie ratfss ranging from 7 per cent
coin to 7 per cent s , currency, and.a corn.
Mott: The fooling, however,
was more settled, owing, to the rumor
thii; % co" rcipiro — tler of Oorniiiity: bad.
'fixed Anil Ist 'as the' date` ter. tba4nar
terly report. ,:The rumor , 'was _ not au
thenticated and the market ecitunAluently
worked easterin the Afternoon. Loans
were made at Meyer amt. ta.7 per cent,
currency, and tlually atl per cent. Rid.
The decline in rate - was somewhat In
fluenced bre..destre; Ofietideriktgr
tale two days' interest.
The bank statement is unfavorable,
showing the.effects of, theta nioneyquon.
gently. ',Loans: ' , ` , 112.64933,671%
11,97,914. Specie, 110,787,893; decrease,
11,835,103. Circulation, s3 4,Bl6,9l6; de.
crease, 189,102. Dep0it5, , "1175,825,788:
decrease, 14,788,121. Legal Tender.
148,408,859; demease t 12.058,744.
Sterling: - firmer.: at, 7g@B for pri me
bankers. Gold quiet and steady; opened
at 131%, fell to 181 y,, and closed at lam.
Ts—paiiV for carrying. Uteri:l l o, 5,
34,-4i5 and 4 per cent. The exports to
day were, 117,000 to Liverpool and 1259,-
790 to Havana. Total exports for the
. - .
5 , -5*
wee k, g 555,585. ., Clearance at the Gold
Exchange Bank to-day, $54,000,000.
Governments more active and advanc
ed sharply, caused bjr the Increase of
ease in money and heavy purchases by
foreign bankers in anticipation of the
demand for reinvestment of couns by
foreign holders. Coupons of' 81, p onsX44i
116; to. 1 62, 119(gill9;i: new 64, 114,1(g4
114,..;*; do, '65, 116,6®116X do., 113. i.
do. '67, 113,g@t13%; do. 'lll3,
113;4@1134: 10-40 s, 105,4@105".“ Panicle
State Bonds firmer on North Carolinas,
on the denial of the report of issue of
new bonds. Miasouris, 87Y.@ 87 4; New ,
Tennessee's, 64; North Carolinas, 55NG)56.
The Stock market was strong during
the forenoon, with New York Central,
Northwestern; Rock Island, Fort Wayne
and St. Paul as the featuies, all of which
were higher in the afternoon under the
easing up of money. Business was ac
tive, with a large advance in the leading
shares. Heavy purchases were made
of New York Central in expectation
that the pro rata bill will be defeated in
the Lealslature, and that the eighty per
cent. interest certificates will be legalis ,
ed. The market was slightly off at the
close under realizations. _ _
540 Prices—Cumberland, 87; Wells'
Express, 81®32: American, 4034®413/4;Ad
ams, 58 3 / 4 (4)59; Merchants Union, 1534®16;
United' States, 57y,®5935; Quicksilver,
9135®91%; Western Uniiin, 89%®39%:
Mariposa, 1835®18%; prrd,al3s®3 %; N.
Y. Central, 164®164%; Erie, 3435®3 , 190
Hudson,* 139®i39 1 .; Reading, 9135091%;
Terre Haute,B73s ©39; prf'd, 66®671 Har
lem, 134®135f St. -Paul, 72%®73; prfd,
81®8134; Wabash, 6634®67; Fort
Wayne,, 125 3 / 4 ®126; Ohio & Mississip
pi, 32 3 / 4 ®33; Michigan Central, 118®
11835; Michigan Southern; 96%'®9635;
Pittsburgh, 91®91%; 'lllinois- Central,
188®140: Toledo, 9735®97 6 ,; Rock Island,
1293;®180; Northwestern; 84%®8435; pre
ferred, 9435®94%; Lake Shore, 9755.
Mining shares dull. ,
'Copper stocks at Boston; Copper Falls
9%; Franklin 17 3 / 4 ; Elecla 75; Hancock 4351
Minnesota 2; Quincy 25.
The linports for the week were: Dry
Goods $2,173,266; General Merchandize
Receipts of the Sub-Treasury were
$1,522,700; Paymenti $1,205,203 ; Balance
OFITOE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
SATURDAY, ApTil 8, 1869.
GENERAL REVIEW--Thisdav week
the oil market was dull and weak, and -1
nearly everybody In the trade, expected, ' l d
under the influence of the unfavorable
advices front the east together with a big 4
river and anticipated heavy arrivals of ,
Crude, that a break was at haiid; and
that we were on the eve of a material de- ?
cline. And this wee% opened with that, ,
feeling generally entertained, and even
those who did not want to seelower
prices, acknowledged that it loiiked a
little dubious, and that the chances
leaned that way. Since then, however,
a stronger has sprung up, and to-day the i
market was very firm with but few sel
lers even at an advance : 'and compared I
with last Saturday, Cr ude is 'a half to
three quarters of a cent higher, and Re:
fined forsome deliveries, has advanced a
fall cent. There are • merlons causes
assigned for the very sudden and ones- I
pected change that has taken place du- 1
ring the week, none of which, however,
are definite or satisfactory, and nearly • ,
all are conflicting. It is claimed by some 1
that the production is falling off, and
that, unless there is an increase, the sup
will not be adequate for the demand; •
and it is also asserted that exporters
have commenced to buy spot oll—there
was a report the other day, of some 20,.
000 bids having been taken for..that pur- I
pose. It is not to be concealed, however, ''
that stocks both in Philadelphia and
New Yorkhave accummulated, but this
appears to have had but little effect, as
an advance has been established with
this fully understood.
CRUDE—The market although firm •
was exceedingly quiet to-day, not a sin
gle sale being reported, while compared
with yesterday, sellers : demanded an ad- ,
oance of fkom.a quarter to a half a oent.
Quotations may be fairly given at 15%
offered , for April or until July, sellers
option, With 15%©16 asked; 011 City
telegrams report 'a stronger market at
that point also and, higher primal, -
REFINED- I Th° Refine - a - market is
also stronger but exceedingly quiet, not
a single sale reported, and-while there
appeared to - be considerable inquiry for
both present and future 'deliveries,
there were but few. If any, sellers at.
present `quotations. - April,- last half,
quoted at 32X ®B3; April to June. 24 1 4;
May to December, 36; April to Septem
' ber, 350)35%; May to September, 36; and
- July to December; 36X®37. ' , .' • ..- •
RECAPITULATION- - ---Receipts Crude
this week 12.0'25;.' . last week,' JA ,407 t
from Jantiry Ist ~tto. datp_l,49o7, ; se e
time lest year; 2114,859;Exports 'Bane ,
this week, 4461:, last week ' 5,109; 'fio
January Ist to date, 79,749; same ti e
last year, 65,122. Sales this , week, ,69 - ,
500; last week 133,900. , ,' . ''i ''',
The first arrivals on the present wate
were reportedlo-day: 2,700 bids for M
whinney Bro. and 1,300 for Fleming
Co. It was 'towed down on thstoll- - V
• NEW YoRE4 Apr 3.—The -, Dry Goods
market remains Inert, _and :ticking and
other 'donee df colored cottons - of;the
best brands can be bought at a reduction
of one cent per : yard. We now, griote
Amoekeog A 0 4, ticks at _B4e,. 'do A. at
296, do Bat 246, do 0 at 22e, and do,D at
20e. Conestoga ; Premium ; yard Wide
ticking 82350. do extra' 800, do U P 2234 e,
do C C'A 21c, do Gold Medal 25e. 'Amos
kev stripes 21 ®220; Hamilton do• 2 i3iig
22340; York spirting • do, 2135@223ge.
Lyman H brown drills, 1734 e; Great
.Falls doi 17Me; Rockport de, - I6e; Ever
17e.; Ravens nek-zpownapds
Pecntiertou'DtUid P cotten
ndes, 40o; farmers' and mechanics', ;26%
€3734 e; New York , mills,
'323ie; Whittenden dobble and , twistdo,
4234 c; do cheeks, 2730:- Plain - . and
printed cottons Steady and In limited de
nuid;.Baltie Repellents' are, reduced in
price to sl 4 lo f Glenininiimettinge ta.1425,
and Middlesex 'd0.'51,2215.. ,Wdolens
are gener!illy !Intl and deprowed.
Offibitit443, c April. - B.L-trael,l6 31arket—
Ilye Hot; end 10@l60 loit , er at $8,65
@9,50 for;common, $ 9 ,60@i9,80 -for fair to
medium,::19,90@10,25 ibr 'good: %Beef
Cattle_ quiet and wea r leitt: 151§5,60 for
e0we,45,2600,25 f0r1igkt i ,16,80.07,2,5 ,tor
good W g'ipin eteert.':_v •
, April:B.—Mit/a Markei.
Beef cattle dull and unchanged, Sheep
=dull and deoHningAlie whole Tingeteln
113,25456 per oental gross. Sop dull at
0010 gross. • „.; • -
ST. 101T111. April 11.--Cati2 e Afarkef:—..
Cattle in fair demand and aupply good;
prices radio it 8 3®1e - iroist:' - #oga quiet
at 8@)10c for bUteherti. '• '
`-eraVELANN--Aprir . 3 :—Whetit—lTo. 1
red winter held at 1111,42; N 0.2 do 'at 1A,815.
Corn held at 70. "Petroleum-the market
is quiet and tirmer; refined held at socg,
31 for standard white In large lots; small
lots 42®3ohigher. • ,