The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, April 08, 1869, Image 6

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    D QUESNE WORKS.
CO MAN, WOW & CO
• Manufactureh of .
_IRO , .NAILS,. STEEL,
• AX ES. AND SPRINGS,
DLQ NE, L X AND
FLAT AR, ROUND AND SQUARE IRON.
BAND, liOOP, SHEET AND TANS: IRON,
ROILY. PL aTn.B A.ND HEADS,
,GUAR TEON, DRAB and DROPP E R BARS,
FLAN(} OUTrEIt BARS, CYLINDER
viltL AM RAIL, for Coal Roads.
CROW BaltS WEDGES tt HARItoW TEF.TH,
- •SPRING.NLOW AND CULTIVATOR STEEL,
azgawiNes AND MOULDS cut to pattern
STEEL. TInES, STEEL SHAFTING, A. B .
-STEEL - . • •
COACH. RUGBY and WAGON WRINGS and
AXLES,
CUT NAILS AND SPIKES.
'All Goods First Masi and Warranted.
OFFICES AND 'WORKS.
sixteenth Street and hen- Alles
' and 77 Water Street.Pfttsburr
• lOW
GODEFtROY BRANCKER
42 Exchatge Place, New York,
Are prepared, as Sole Agents la the
States for the Prussian Mining and Iron Coln.
Party of Duisburg, . Westphalia lo contract or
sell in quantities is suit purchasers, (delivered in
slither New York or Philadelphia,) the celebrated
V. G. SPIEGELEISEN
Used so extensively for the manniketuring of
BESSIIMEE STEEL.
This Iron is free from Snlpnr and Phosphorus,
and contains a heavy-per cent age of Manganese.
Full particulars, samples, pried° or chemical
• nalysis will be . promptly forweided on apnlica•
Ja3o:dn _
Won
SHEFFIELD STEEL lliroltlLS.
~INQER, Nr4llOK,& ao.,
ITrrentraGa. Pa..
• ltannesistorers o f every descriptlon of
_
CAST AND , GERMAN STEEL ,
,11 . 11, . , :c. t31 / 1 1 gMTIfOilit3P111N41 g
AXIAL BTUS. TIES, 4so •
Warehouse, 88. Water and 100 First Sts.
miwsw,
BARR
it PARKIN.
comtiuy rawrinme:
NEETOALF,REUBEN MILE%
GEO. I
BABB, CHAS. PABILDT.
SpeCrA.L.PAsisita--8. 11.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
KEGLER, BARR PARKIN,
Offloo, No. 339 Liberty St,
• .
feu: lITTSBUItog,
'BLACK DIAMOND
STEEL WORKS. '
PARK, BROTHER &
Manufacturers of all descriptions of
SEPIrMIPMIT
Office and Warehouse, THIRTIETH, THIRTY-
FIRST and RAILROAD STREETS,
PITTSBITRIZEL
IRON WORKS.
uB. Vssxzs , Prirt.-.. W. P. roams, Snot.
pirrianunGu FORGE
AND IRON CO.,
KArttrAcrtraißs or
Ear 11r0111;
111111 read Fish Bars and Bolts)
itaLlrOad Car Axles Rolled;
Railroad Car Axles Harnmemk
Locomotive Frames;
Locomotive Frime Shapes;
Side Rods: •
Yokes, Straps;
Piston Heads;
Steamboat Shari* .
Steamboat nks;
Piston Hods, Wrists;
Pitman Jaw. Collars, dm.
Orrice, No. 17 I
PITTSB
MERSIN
EN PROCESS.
The Trueteis are no . ' I
sea for the use of the
OEBB. •
rejured to rant 'leen
-I,.R.SHAusBEN PRO
- •
• 'rho payed er quality
the great Improvement
reduced cost:commend
Pa rties wishing to us .1
Applying to
JAMES
Imparted to good Iron,
In inferior Iron. and the
t to alt manufacturers of
It can obtain lionises by
'. SPEER, :
•ey forthe Trustees,igllstve Balldin g, 963
Rooms 1"d Att.
Rith avenue., 2Eni
BH P o ar z e s le a s zaG inte im vesee,S .. are
ncrw sum
es °Denali
Invited to visit the
. where the prowls Is
on. te8:417
vENERSON., PRESTON & CO,
'Pennsylvania Iron Wolti,
Warehouse, Nos. 166 andleT 7/R6T
ST/WM gopos Ire Monongamos House_,_
• PlTTSBuhafial.
lg OVELTII-2W
ITTSBITUGH
NOVELTY WORKS,
lambiled 41. D. lISU.
1117= a co.
lausurAcnributs by
KEYSTONE STANDARD )#AIRBANII 8 PAT
ENT) PLATED= AND COUNTER
SCALES.
Janus /iced Patent Doti Locks 'Ltd Latsiku,
Paint sad Cores Mills, ic.
COSIES OP PI3ISPIVE3ME k OIWIT
Pittsburgh, Penn's.
- ~~~ , CI~ yaT~ ~i:y
~ii~L►i~
roan 74 .000rza ..„...ros. was—atm= MIL
join 7. COOPER ek CO.,
BRASS POUNDERS,
GAS AND Muir FrITIM
manareutras n o Pines Aspiras.49Em
iSgriuVitOiliara g !n Aa Arlaa
Con of Pike and Walnut Streets,
PITTSBURG4
ROREVSON, SEA & co,
enceeesore to Bola:1mM Mims & Ktagiskik
WASHINGTON WORKS,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSBURGH,
Manufacturers of Boat and Stationary Steam En
ean.gßlittfingling
sad Stins,Roller and Sheet Iron -Wort% Taake
Office, No. /SI, cokner First and ftlittliteld
Streets.
fo A r seed gents fing o
R r GIF FARDIS PATENT I NJECTOR
]all rffi
ollers.
iVrONT BLANC FOUNDRY.
'sutler Street, 1 4 Tinth Ward,
(OPPoslie Union Izost ) hills j
Bolling Mlll and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
SiACEMNIr AND CASTINGS GENZBALLT.
Fourth Ward Foundry and Machine Work',
fiIi...VDIIBBY BT., ALLEGE:ENT ern . PA.
Manufacturers or Steam Engines, 011 Presses,
Ptuteys, Shafting, firist Anil Bair. MBA Work,
Bolling Mill andmaohtne Castings, Orate Mire,
Weights,_ Wagon Boxes, ac. Bond to order and
have on nand Buttes of :all sizes. mrl4:qs -
ENIT STREET
0 1 " 7 4 ,4 4.. FOUNDRY .
AND ROLL WORKS
880 Penn Streep.
BOLLNAN, BOYD & BAGALEY.
Chill Rolle, Mil Casttags, Roll Lathes, 1.4.
ram
ANTHRACITE • COAL !
THE BRADDOCKS, FIELDS:
Gas - Coal • Company
Ras this"day been appOlnted SOLEr AGENTS for;
Pittsburgh arid Allegheny Cities and stirroundhlif
towns for the sale of the COM of Ibe Pennsylva
nia and „Ohio Anthracite Coab , and Transports.
tint Company.
th
Parties in - want of aat _ perloredalof An m
elte Coal from Eastern Mines, will dwell to call
on them.
General thrice and Yard—CORNER OF AN
DERSON ST. and P. Pt. W. ac C. R. R.. AUe.
gheny.
Branch Office and Yard—LYREBTi, opposite
SIXTEENTH STREET, Pittsburgh.
Postoilice Address, Boa 887 Pittsburgh.
J.. D. MAHON,
Superintendent, Penna. k Ohio Anthracite
Coal and Transportation Co,,
•
Na 114 141trItT11 AVENUE; PittObaigh.
mh23:g9D
•
isza cohau
DICKSON, STEWART &
6 Hiving removed their Once to
NO. 567 14IBERTY STREET,
(Lately City hoar X111)9nOOND ZLOOS.
Are now mimed to: fltreishgoeti TOUGRIO
6H2Dry zump. 27UT void. turtBLAOK, at the
lowest market prim
All orders left at their once, or addres
pr attend ed thempt it through the as% will be attended tote Om.
WEST COMMON_
Machine Stone Works,
Northwest corner of West Common, Aneghany,
FRED'K ATVATZIEL & 00.
Have on band 'or prepare on short notice Hearth
and Step Stones, Flags for Sidewalks, Brewer?
Vanits, wo. Head a,nd Tomb Stones, kg.
Orders DremPtlY executes. Prices reasonable,
FOUNDERS, MAi
KNAP FORT PITT
FOUNDRY COMPANY.
OFFICE AND WORKS,
TWELFTH STREET,
prrTsßußprt, PA.
MrEngines, Rolling Min Ma
chinery, Nail Machines,. Re
torts, and Castings generally .
NATIONAL FOUNDIST
AND PIPE WORKS.
Cantor Carroll and Renalladall street%
_ WARD,/
Pr rTIBEECMCC/a,
•
WILLIAM SMITH,
Manufacturer . or -
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE
FOR e.& AND WATER WORKS.
•‘;
My Floes are all oast invariably/a Pits, in dry
sand, and 1.9 feet litaths. Also, hill usortment
of general
Coatings fOr Qui - and Water Works.
I would also tall the attention of Blpiarintend •
etas of Ras Works to my make Of Bzwirro:
TLAS WORKS,
MORTON STREET, Niath Ward,
PlTTlSEtt;rltcal.
tHOMA.S N. MILLER, Pred.dftlt.
These Works are among the largest and moat
complete 'establishments In the Wert, and are
now prepared to tarnish
Mmrilles, of eirery desertpUsa.
Bailers. On Tanks.-
Sheet Iron Work.
Balllmsd CiasMws.
jkoltihag Min casaba/6.
Engine 'Castings.
Maegine Castings.
General Castings.
aok' ORDERS SOLICITED
neg
Orders promptly and care:ally executed..
Chung reasonable. -
EBBERT & IiACICIpah
oelltd2B
*ILLS CARLIN & CO.,
COAL AND COKE
STONE.
6 : 1 G GAZETTE: THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1869
•
HUOII-11. BOLE &CO,
Con Point Alley and Duquesne St n
(NzAr. rriY Pont?,
•
Engine Builders,. Founilers and
Afaehiniste.
Manufacture STEAMBOAT ENGDIE
TIONARY XNGINES of all stem S find STA-
Sp9cial attention inv ited to our noWSTATION.-
ABA 011., WELL ENErINE AND PORTABLE
BOILER, of 15-hereerpower.
CASTINGS, of every kind. made to order atour
Foundry, on THIRD STRE.ST, below Market.
RIGS for Oil Wells, SHAFTING PULLEYS,
HANGERS. ROUGE
_and TOBACCO SCREWS and
IRON TOBACCO Pr..Amizs, on hand and made to
order, at the
INDUSTRIAL. WORKS,
iTolll4lff on the Allegheny River, nest the point,
PITTE3BUBaa, PA.
ilar. All orders promptly filled. T - ea Ds
FORT PITT
BOIL R, STILL AU TANK
TITBOLAR, DOCTILE•FLUED TIIBULAE,
PBS•BOX AND CYLINDER STEAM BOIL..
OIL STILLS AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING -PANS, SALT , 'PANS AND CON.
DEMERS; • •
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETEES AND LEON
BRIDGES;
PRISON . DOORS AND COAL SHIITES
°Mee and Warehouse. earner almond,
Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
* •
/RP Orders sent to the above address will be
promptly attendedto. mb7:189
WM. BARNHILL & CO.,
.
. - .
BOILER MASERS
AND SHEET IRON 'WORKERS.
-., NOB. 110. SIC lIHk AND Se PMIMI BT.
• •_ - •► ~. ....
Having secured a large yard and furnished It
With the most approved machinery, we are_pre
pared to mannfacture every description of BOIL
.ERB In the best manner, and warranted equal to
any made In the oonntry. Chimneys, Breeching,
Fire Beds, -Steen •Elpes, Lememotive Boilers,
Conderuaaftlt Pans, Teaks.' 011 Stills. Una
ton, Be 'Pans, - Boller Iron. Bridges, Sugar
Pans, and w e asalutfacturers of Barnfilll , s Pat
ent Boilers., . . • •
Repairing done on thonest notice.' I aS:ttl
JAMES .31.nrrEn,
Noa. 53 and 86 Water Street,
•
iIan:R:AFZITIpin Oi
IRON OIL TAISTES,
ILITTLING P 3 :13,C0PP2:2 nTRAN PIPE,
ROLLThre Nr.&033,
7
And BERET IRON WOKS,
For Steamboats.
JAN= Bursa saartEND D. BRUM
epBED AL BRUSH A. SON,
/LANDPACTINLEUS Or
Stearn Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
=BET IRON WORE. &O.
61 Penn Street, Pitteburgh, Pa.
STOVES, CASTINGS, &o.
THE BEST STOVES. •
A. BRADLEY & CO.
Manufacturers of the greatest variety of
. Cook, Parlor and Heating Staves,
TO BE POUND IN THE STATE.
Bole Agents for the celebrated Base Burning
Oriental - Stoves and Furnaces for Inird Coal or
Coke. Best In the World for Parlor,Ofrice, Store or
Church. Flre needs no rekindling—burns all win.
tes. Do notbay until you see or send for Circular.
No. 30 WOOD STREET.
Our Agents for Orientals—DEM AMER BROS.,
Smittuleid St.; GEO. nuuratx, Allegheny City.
PITTf3BEIBGEr
HUGUS & col
MAErrACTT ECES OP MET VARIETY OP
SEX I CONTinS 9
BOSTON COOKING RANGE,
. 6 THE FIERY FURNACE If
Pon WanEING
THE NEW ANTI-DUST COOKING STOVE,
"REGULATOR. COLUMBIA COOK STOVE.
VAN'S (Cincinnati Pattern) PO R TABLE
RANGE OAST IRONMANTLES, WAN'S
REM LECTOR GRATES, free from dirt and dust:
GRATE 'RUNTS, PENDERS,
206 and 208 Liberty Street,
se26:yl7 PITTSBURGH. PA.
COOK STOVES.
CET. THE BEST.
•
BISSEIOLd 6 COM
TRIUMPH,
FOB 81TU8122101711 COAL.
Warranted to Cook s Bake or Road as
will assay other Store is the Woo.
BISSELL (iv Oa f
No. 285 Liberty Street.
iuso on hand and for sale !
rABL TAVI V ANITO 0
ND
011AI:FJPR
6AlNlCezant
• • vsru
DYER AND SCOURER;
p r J. LANCE,
.".+64
DYER AND SCOURER.
O. 8 NM CLAM SWUM=
And Nene 185 and 187 Third Street!,
PrrTsinnieß. PA
IDR;(TEIOTf3i
wait & ntostai
A.UCtiirj . W.CPrips
711171 T HOUSE ASSOCIATION BUILD/NG%
Nos. - A and 4 St. Clair Street, Pittsburgh, ,Pa.
glieulai attention given to the , designing 'and
building of COtiaT ROUSZEI and pimp.
BO:LIMING%
ENGINES, 130II!ERS,
WORKS.
CARROLL & SNYDER,
MANIIII'ACTUB2,B4 Co!
PITTSBI74H, Pa.
-FORT -Pin -BASEING.:COIPANY,
No. 169 Woo d Street,
• .
CAPITAL, • • • • •$200,000.
•• • :
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
DEALERS IN
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
ANDCOLD. •
INTEREAT ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Collections made on all 'accessible points in
the United States and Canadas.
DIRECTO/18s
D. Hoatetter, I ft°Ruh '
James t.R.T
Walince,D.
E. ulagrifltr
Fawcett, I Tfiley.
&MIL. Pires*t.
D. LEET WILSON. Caindep.
NATIONAL BANK OF COIIIIIBCK,
Cor. of Wood and .Sixth sta.
A. I; A 'Moat.
JOS. H. HILL
CAPITAL, : : $500,000.
A. Patterson. ,DuacToßs: . I George W. CAM
Wm. H.
- M E .
Dan. R. Wm. Seco..
DISCOUNTS DAILY, AT'II A. N.
aD9:oti • • '
HART, CAUGRET & CO.,
BANKERS .AND 7BROKERS,
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
raTreistrulari. PAL.,
(SUCCEBBOIIB TO HANNA,
.HAFT & C 0..)
D/J.L118.8 IN
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And tiartlenlar attention paid to theparelsse
and sale of
COVERNNIENT -BONDS.
• Sight Drafts on London.
N. .HOLMES & SONS,
3BALINCELMI:IOII9,
57 Market Street,
rrrzwrersureciEr.
• .• ,
Collestloni made on all the printlpal points of .
the United States and Canadas.'
Stocks,Bonds and other Securities
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMILSSION.
Panics/az attention bald to the purchase and
sale of
United States Securities.
ja3o:al
JAY COOKE & CO:,
3E3 Etaa.U. fa ,
114
,SOUTH THIRD STREET,
PHILADELPHIA.
STOCKS and BONDS of all descriptioits
bought and sold.
„Special attention given to the purchase and sa :
l
of Government Securities. , mh3o i I
OILS
ECLIPSE ' PETROLEUM .REFINERY;
HERBERT W. C. TiVEDDLE,
IiAIkTRFAOT MIER OF -
Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils.
Eellpse Railioad Azle 011.
Stands great heat without change: remains
limpid at-lowest temperatures. especial 011 for
tropical climates or but weather. - . '
Loeomotise, Engine, Machine Shop,
cut Screws.
Saw 31111 and Planin g 11111 0118,
Adapted for high speed, •
'Spindle 011, Wool !Head-Li g ht 011,
011, Tannpra' illnir-/Sensole ;
ing*Flnisibingoll„Gasoli ne ,
Ilorness 011- - FParrafliate.
ARMOR xmori td preserye Bright Iron
Work and machinery . from Rust.
These products are manufactured tinder Dr.
Tweddle,a_pittetit.by Superheated Stea
coo. The Lubricating tills are almostodorle s s,s
perfectly pure, uniform, and mostly light col- ,
ored. stand high temperature unchanged. and
remain limpid duringextreme cold. Theitallroad
Oils are 'unequalled, and are In constant use on
many, of the princi p al Railroads. Samples can
be examined and orders leftat 174 'WOOD
STRICRT Works at Sharpsburg Bridge.
ARUM ANDIMO,
Coaraireion Nerebants and Brokers la
Petroleum and its Producti,ii
DALIELL% BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
'minim:e a / 3 4 PA ,
PHILADILPHIL ADDRESS,
WARING, RING & CO.,
E=
TACK BROTHERS;
, ,
COMMISSION ninon%
AND MMUS IN -
Petroleum and its . Produels,
co r arativengrALiargia=m.
phiudelphis Oelco-ITI WALNUT . BT,
aDlt ;•90
DIAMOND OIL'
H. NI. LONCA
Once, DAIZZLL BIIILD/Ne,
EIEI
Duquesne Way 'Plttsbibi,Rh
. . Pa
ramran
swim
aItATT
„
ARCHITECTURAL AND
ORNAMENTAL. CARVERS
No. 61 Sandusky St.' . .illegkely Pa.
film* assortment of NIMBI. POSTS • sod
BALL MNS
,00nstAntly on hand. TDRNIND
of AO 448Cf/P ra• done. , IxAsTIN .
OUNTRAL AND UNION
Pittsburgh, Pacific Mail and West Union
were otherwise in great detnand. Later
in the day the market became heavy for
North Western, it being reported that
30)00 shares of preferred stock was ship
ped to-day, per account of a local
operator, to London, on his own account,
. while another statement was that none of
the stock had been sold in Europe; but
carried there on borrowed money. Sub
sequently the market was firmer, with , a
general upward movement, the strongest
being Central, Northwestern preferred,
Fort Wayne, St. Paul, PACHIC Mail and
Cincinnati, and prices closing steady,
5-30 Pricel—Cumberland, 35@37; Wells
Express:: American, •10M.D , .12;
Adams, 59®59,5g;, 31@313 Merchants Union, 5211®
56 , ,,'; United States, 57@5834; Quicksilver
22%422_ ‘ 3/: Canton, 58; Padtic Mail, 90K)
90.‘: Westetn.Ution, 41 gCs413f; Mariposa, 18Ret19; pref., 3 ,5 3 -4 - ®,35 N. Y. Cen
tral,, 111 @1 54 %1 'Erie, 3 3 33‘; Hudson,
137013_71, ; Readin_g, 9.23,4g.92v ; Har
lem, 1351 Terre Haute, atleg,3g; ' pre
ferred, 64@,68; Wabash, 67®673/4 pre
ferred, 76©78; St. PattL - 7,3X©74; pre
ferred, 87®87; Fort Wayne, 129.‘11@
1293; - Ohio 32Ne1a23;
Michigan Central, 119; Michigan,,South..
ern, 86y,;@863/4; Pittsburgh 90)8'690X:
Illinois Central, 139; Toledo, 96%®90.“
Rock Island, 130; Lake Shore, NM; St.
pref., 11434; Chicago and Alton, 149%";
Burlington and Quincy, 1723 i.
Mining shares. Smit , tt Parmlee
2,50; Montana 37; Quart; Hill 1,15.
Copper stooks at Boston; Copper Falls
834; Franklin 17X; Hecla 75; Hancock 4y,;
Minnesota 2; Quincy •
Receipts of the Sub-Treasury were
$105,399; Payments 81,023,911; Balance
387,637,713. .Exports for this week, ex
cent specie, were #8,878,954.
lir Interest Allowed on Deposits. I LIVE STOCK MARKETS
PACIFIC RAIL AY BONDS,
The cheapest Investment now in the market for
sale by
P.l-IC. 111.-EIEITZ,
Corner FIFTH AVENUE WOOD STREETS
Also; dealer In Government Bonds. Gold and
Coupons . and European Exchange at market
rates.
JAS Ti BRADY & CO.,
_ (Successors 08. JONES & C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sts.,
3E3 AL .INT IMM IR. Mr
BUY AND SHIA. ALL HINDS 011'
GOVERICKENT SECURITIES,
SOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
ON HOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
../P3loney loined- on. GoYernment 'Botda it
lowest market rates.
Orders executed for the , !Purehase
'and Sale of STOCKS, BONDS and
'GOLD.
& CO
~ljt.lli.t4triii, i (D. .ok.i.tte:,
1 _ FINANCE AND TRADE,
OFF/GE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
WEDNESDAY, April 7, 1869..
The activity in money continues and
keeps down the price of Goirernment
bonds, and all stocks that can not be
used as prime collaterals,' In old 1882'.3
,
and 1865's more is doing, and some de-
Mand for Europerin investment has ad
4,anced quotations slightly. The later
issues are dull, but quotations have
shown a slight improvement:, It is gen
_
orally coneeded by bankers that bonds
will rule much higher as soon as it is
known what the Bank • of England will
do in regard to a further advance of in
terest. Should they decide on five per
cent., speculation in bonds by foreign
bankers would be checked and the mar
ket would then depend on the ordinary
investment demand.
'Gold is formerly held at 131 3 i to Lug;
hut transactions are on a lirdited scale;
the chances for any advance above 133 are
vary slim, whilst on the other hand no
de'Cline is anticipated. The supply of cash
gold on the market being limited, it is
difficult to borrow gold, and what may
come in the market about next May is a
&ere fraction. The bulk of it will go to
Europe.
a tocks are strong for all the leading
r ;road shares. Express shares dull
but firm.
Money 12 pe - cent., for all out of bank
discounts Business improving, and a
better feeling exists.
Quotations as 'received by Ph. R.
Mertz: Gold, 1 31%;-Silver, 125; Eighty.
one's, 116; Five Twenties, 1882, 119;
do 1884; 11434; do 1865, 11834; do 1365,
Consols; 11334; do " 1867, 113%; do 1568,
113?4; Ten Forties, 104-i•'New York
Central, 853‘; Erie, --ding, 92;
Pittsburgh, Fort Warne.Chicago-
Railroad; . 27; Ohio dr Mississippi,
Michigsm Southern, 953;
,cleve
land dr Pittsburgh, 90; Chicago &
Rock Island, 30%; Chicago dr North-
Western, 8388; Chicago dr North Western
Preferred, 9.5; Adams Express Com
pany, 593 x; Merchants Union Express,
1.5,1; Pacific_ Mail, 9 030 Western, Union Telegraph Corns any, 40N; Gregory; 2,70;
Quartz Hill, 1,15; Corydon, —;, faith
Parinlee, 2,70; W. Am. 'Express 403.
—Closing quotations received by James
T. Brady dr Co. Gold; 1313‘; United
Satei Sixes, 1881, 116;, Five-Twenties,
1862,1119; do. 1864,11434,; do.' 1865,'1161;
Ten-Forties, 105, ,q• Five-Twenties, Janu
ary and July, 1885,'113%; do.' do. 1867,
„1.1334; de.' do.* 1868, 1135; Seven-Thirties,
par lest;%; 'Due Compounds,ll9; Union
Pacific Railroad, par; Cental do. do.,
103; Cy: Pacifies, 1045.
Csi Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.,
I NEW roGic,- 1868.
The Money market was somewhat
regulr in the morning and the demand
• was presaing, borrowers evidently de
,to supply themselves early and
not trust to the chances of an easier mar
,,
ket. The rates paid for %mil loans were
7, per cent. currency, ,and /-16(g)X per
cent. on Governments,' with 7 per cent.
currency, and X(gil; per cent. on Stocks.
As the clay advanced the market became
easier, .land call loans were dull at ; 7 per
cent. gold, which- was' the current rate
just previous to the close of bank hours.
Applications for discount from merchants
are heavy, but the rates are almost'noni
inal atl.lo§lls for prime doable and sin
gle names. -Sterling is nominally steady
at io7g@iosx for beat bills, and round
amounts can only be sold at a conces
sion, therefrom., Gold was quiet and
firm' day, the two extremes being
131% m a de bulk pf the transac
tions were
at 131%, which was the
closing.xate. The rates paid , for carry
ing were 3,4, 2 andl : per cent., and for
borrowing 3,, 2, 1-82(41-16 per cent. to
fiat. No etports. The clearances of
gold troM the Exchange Bank were
*410,000:
Governments are stronger and_ prices
are higher, but the' market was dull, l '
closing firm, however , with a good in
quiry for all bonds, and,holders are in
dispooled to tell.' Coupons of '81; 115%@
115%; d0."'82, 1191;1®119%; do. '64, 114%(i),
114%; do. '65, 1.1.6%@116%; new do., 113%
®118%; ; do. 1 8 T, ~ 113%@1/8%; :do. 'ft,'
11 3%®118%f 10.408, 1041+3.105%.
State Bonds quiet but rather firma •
Missouris, 871(0g87%; New Tennessees,
64%@64%; North Carolinas, 53%054;
The Stock market in`the morning .was
a trifle loft' last evening's prices, ex
cept New York Central,which was strong
and rose to 180 on the report of a bill
in the Legislature to legalize the 80 per
cent. certificates. Northwestern was
comparatively Etna. Old Southern,
PENN'A CENTRAL STOCK YARDS,
WEDNESDAY, April 7, 1669.
CATTLE—The market was considera
bly firmer during yesterday and up un
til noon to day, and ,nearly..all of the
cattle on sale during that time were
taken at full prices. About eleven o'clock
A. AI. to-day, 'a dispatch was• received
foom New York - , reporting that market
.
full and • prices ' froin a half to three
quarters .of a cent lower; and . several
othei telegiarini4Weits'i
aflerwarde ''rep
ceived cofirming the one alluded to. As
soon as this b ecoineNUOlVW the Market
assumed., a different character, and it is
nrobable.that it be :and heavy
during the balance of the week, as there
are no other buyers excepting those from
New York, and they will want to buy at
a corresponding decline.' •
Prices up 'until noono today ranged a
shadelower than last week, prime to eat
tra shipping steers selling at (djB, and
one liuncliaveraging about 1,500, brought
81.. Medium steers may, be, quoted, at,
7 and fair at 6)4@f33V There a
but a small number in the pens-, unsold
today, but there are a good many on the
way and it was thought that the arrivals '
during ;yesterday afternoon and last
night would be liberal.
All the commission firms at these
yards appear ,to be doing a good busi-.
ness. Holmes, rLalierty o Co. have an
immense trade; and we are glad to re
cord it, as they are live men-fully up to
the business; prom*, reliable and cor
rect in all its various, details. This'firm.
we understand, sold about .t million and
a half dollatri worth of stock' during the
year 1868.
THURSDAY, April I.—Hedges tt Taylor
for Studingerto Kelly /9 weighing 19..
F 460, at 3+3,40; Holmes, Lafferty & Co. for
Gault to Donald 40 weighing 47,125, at
same for Dowlin to Kelly 31 weigh
ing 34,,00, at 7; 30 in different lots at from .1
55,cr 1 - 9•9, the latter having been paid for 3
head of extra fat steers; same tor Miller
to Simon weighing 21,425, at (IX.
FRIDAY, April 2.—Holmes, Laffertv'at
Co. for Wilson to Martin 42 weighing
5-,* 250, at N„; same for Brown to. Kelly
31 weighing 38,650, at 7 . 14; same for A.
J. Glass to Beach & Bray 11 weiithing
13,975, at 6©6 . 34'; Smith &Blue for enell
4.
18 at
0 fo 4 . Riley to Carson 16 weighing
60 , at ' 6,i; Smith ct Bine for Pennell
to Kelly 2 oxen, at 51.4. and 10 steers
weighing .11,075, at 6%; Snider to Aurenz
20 bblla, at 4.
TUESDAY, April s.—Orr & Williams to
Beach & Brayl3, weighing 16,550, at 631;
Traurman Lobman to Runyon 12,
weighing 13,150; HolmeaeLafferty tt Co.
.for Milligan tit Co. 17, weighing 18,175;•
same for Castleman to Beach it Bray 7,
weighing 6,400, at 6yo Tranrman Lob-'
man to Kelly weighing 4,710.
• WEDNESDAY, April 7.---Hazlewood
Blackstock fur Kerwin to Beach & Bray, -
4 weighing 4,450, at , 6%; ..Holmes, Laf
ferty it Co; for 'Bea& Bray,
for E. Webb to same buyers 34, weigh
ing 40,500, at 7,30; same for Dond to same
buyers 29, weighing 34,225, at 7y 4 ; Gds..
mer. to Beach dc Bray 17, weighing 19,825;
Holmes, Lafferty, ct Co. for Brandt to
Beach it Bray.ls, weighing 18,8'80, at 7,75;
1 cow,'at 7. See to Kelly 31 (Texans)
weighing 3 ' 5,400; Holmes, Lafferty &• Co.
15 bulls for Doted to Kelley, at 6; See to
Martin 19 head
.prince.steers averaging
1,5'00, at 83. i. • •• '
SHEEP The Sheep market has been
quite active thus far this week, arid with; -1 ,
a diminished supply and good shipping
demand, prices, eompared with last week,
have advanced fully a. half cent.
Sheared Sheep may be quoted at 5@6.14,
as.to quality, while wooled Sheep sold at
'from 6®7t4, and an extra bunch, had
shore have been any such on sale, would
doubtless. have brought 8 eta. Buyers
are.inaking=a diffetence of from a cent to
a cent and a half between clipped and
wooled Sheep, depending altogether on
the weather. - •
HOGS—The market is deoid' of an
thing that is really new or v important
the only ntiticable feature' being a slight
decline compared with last week.- We
now quote Philadelphia Hogs at 11W4)
113 i and Yorkers at 9X®lO, with a, sup-
ply fully up to the demand, is light.
Dry Goods Market.
Yaw YORK, April 7.—Falx business
doing at, some concessions in rates for
various classes of cotton and linen goods.
which we now quote ,as follows: Tusca
rora Bleached bfuslins 20c; Arkwright do
19e;i3oott do /4c; 13oott R. 3.4 do 10o; Bed
ford Rltrown" 10e; Clarki 4.4 Brown 4 6 e4'
Santee Asnnaburga 7-8.19c; ' Wilmington
Stripes 14o; Glen. Bleached Crasb Met
Twilled Rolled Brown
Crash 1730; N do 16e; P do 15; A do 14e.:
and one cent advance on these prices on
all numbers of bleached.:-
H
PHILADELPHIA Aptia 7, -F l out um+
and drooping; norkhwestern extra family' ,
`117,150@)7,25; Ohio /9. Wheat quiet; red
1140©1,65; amber $1,70@)1,75; white $l.BO
@)2. Rye' $1,15. Corn - firm; yellow 88c;
'mixed western 85Q88c.' Oats steady;
.Penna':' 6 so7oo; western 78@70c. Petro. -
lawn steady but dull; crude, 2231 c; ,re-. 4.
:fined 31c. Groceries unchanged.' Pro
-visions inactive. Whisky selling slowly
at 97c. •
ettic.too, April 7.—Cattle Market.&
Hogs steady and moderately active; s9;2ls
@9,50 for fair to medium, and $ 0 , 0 5@10,00
for good, Beof cattle a shadomore active; .7
$4,30(0,00 for common cows and Chero
kee steers; #5,50@3,00 for fair: $6,26@6,50
for medium to good, and #,OO for extra
choice.