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A WEEKLY

NEWSPAPER,

REPRESENTING THE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

YOL. 4.

SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1867.

Bankers and Brokers.

Bankers and Brokers.
Joseph A.

REMOVAL..

Amos

WE HAVE REMOVED TO THE MORE COM¬
MODIOUS

STREET,

Directly opposite our iormer Office.

Hatch, Foote & Co.,
RANKERS

*;and dealers in government securi¬
ties, GOLD, &c.

P. D. Roddey &
BANKERS AND

BROKERS.

Gold, Bonds and Stocks Bought and sold on Com¬
mission.

Particular attention given to the Purchase and
Sale of all Southern and Miscellaneous Securities.
Collections made on all accessible points.
Interest allowed on Balances.

White, Morris & Co.,
29 WALL STREE

tT,

(Established 1864.)

and allow Interest at the rate of Four Per Cent

Dealers in Government Securities. Special atten¬
tion given to Collections. Four per cent interest
allowed on Balances, subject to check at sight.
WHITE, MORRIS <fc CO.

John Bloodgood & Co.,
IN

GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES.

strictly and only

on

P.

Graham,

BANKER AND
BROKER,
3 BROAD STREET, NEW
YORK,

world; also,

COMMERCIAL CREDITS,

For use in Europe, east of the Cape of Good
Hope,
West Indies, South America, and the United States.

he checked

Commi.Hpion.

Hayden,
BANKER,

AND DEALER IN BULLION AND SPECIE,
24 Nassau Street, New Yo k.
The Specie Department will be in charge
of J. S. Oronise, (late of J. S. Cronise & Co.), who
has my authority to sign the Firm name by procu¬
ration.

RANKERS,
No. 18 NEW

STREET,

Successors to Harrison, Garth & Co. and

Henry C.

Securities, Stocks, Bonds, Gold, etc.,

bought and sold at the “ regular” Board of Brokers
and at the Gold Exchange in person and on commis¬

Wilson, Callaway & Co.,
BANKERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 44 Broad Street, Nr. Y.

Government Securities, Stocks, Bonds, and Gold
bonght and sold on the most liberal terms. Mer¬
chants, bankers, and others allowed 4 per cent, on
Deposits. The most liberal advances made on Cot¬
ton. Tobacco, *fcc., consigned to ourselves or to our
correspondents, Messrs. J. K. GILLJAT & CO., of
Liverpool.

Western Bankers.

Citizens’

Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought, sold and

-collected.

Deposits received, subject to check, without no¬
tice, and Four per cent, interest allowed thereon.

M. K.

MEMPHIS, TENN."

Particular

L.

Tyler, Wrenn & Co.,
BANKERS,
NO.

18

Buy and Sell at

WALL

most liberal

MERCHANTS,

ol

SECURITIES, GOLD, &c.

sale of Stocks. Bonds and Gold
promptly executed.
TYLER, ULLMANN A: CO.,

Chicago.

Budge, Schiff, & Co.,
NO. 55

EXCHANGE PLACE.

FOREIGN. 'EXCHANGE.
Are prepared to

Buy United States Gold Coupons
duo May for Gold and
Currency at liberal rates.

■i




Banking and Collections
promptly attended to.

Established 1848.

Haskell &
Dealers in

Bussing,

BROKERS^

27 WALL STREET
All orders receive our Personal Attention.
Wm. J. Gb(.*ton,
John S. Bussing.

Morgan,

Second

National Bank.
ST.

LOUIS, MO.

Capital..$200,000 | Surplus .$150,566
Prompt attention given to the business of enrrespondeuts.
E D. JONES, Cashier.
,

STOCKS,

NORTH-WESTERN STATES

GOLD,

bank or

AND

GOVERNMENT

Bought and Sold
.

Co.,

BANKERS,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Government Securities, Gold and Ex¬

change collections made on all accessible points and
promptly remitted for at current rates of exchange.

v

Theo. M.

President.

Manager.

General

& Commission

Gelston &

Company p

J. Young Scammon
Robert Reid.....;

Stocks, Bonds and Governments bought and sold
exclusively on Commission.

BROKERS IN UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES, GOLD STOCKS, AND

exchange.

on all accessible
points and re
the day of payment, less current ratei

OF CHICAGO.

POWELL, GREEK & CO.

BANKERS &

on

The Marine

MERCHANTS,
STREET, NEW YORK.

STREET,

Co.,

Seott,

Collections made
mitted for

38 BROAD

rates, GOVERNMENT
Orders for purchase and

&

Kerr Sc Co.,
BANKERS,
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.

all business connected with Railways.

Bankers

Co.,

LOUIS, MISSOURI,

Scott
Late

Cars, etc.,

C.

Benoist &

A.
ST.

and undertake

DEALER IN

paid to Collections.

Bnv and Sell Exchange on all the principal cities
of the United States and Canadas. Also, drafts om
London and Paris for sale.

-

Foreign and Domestic Exchange,
Southern Bills on London and Paris,
Bills on Memphis, New Orleans and Mobile.

attention

BANKERS,

84 BROADWAY.

Negotiate
Ronds and Loans for Railroad Ces*,
Contract for
Iron or Steel Ralls, Locomotires,

Bank*

Buy and Sell Foreign and Domestie Exchange
United States Securities, State of Tenne tee, Shelby
County, and Memphis Bonds, ani past duo Coupons.

Jesup & Company,

BANKERS AND

Union

(Chartered by tho State of Tennessee.)

sion only.

AND

Interest allowed on
deposits of Gold and Curren¬
cy, subject to check at sight, and particular atten¬
tion given to accounts of country banks and bankers.

C.

may

ISSUK

CIRCULAR NOTES AND CIRCULAR LETTERS
OF CREDIT,
For the use of Travelers abroad and in the United
States, available iu all the principal cities of the

Will purchase and sell Gold, Bonds and Stocks

STREET, NEW YORK.

OTHER

daily balances which

B A N K ERS,
CORNER OF PINE AND NASSAU ST8.,

sight.

Government

Exchange, Gold Ex¬
change, and Mining Board.

A.

Deposits la Currency and Gold,

Hardy).

Members of the New York Stock

DEALERS

BANKERS,
NOS. 14 & 16 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.

per annum on

Duncan, Sherman & Co.,

.

Jameson, Smith & Cotting
Receive

Bankers and Brokers.

James D. Smith,
of the lat« firm of James
Low & Co New York
& Louisville, Ky.

Garth, Fisher & Hardy,

BANKING HOUSE OF

22 WILLIAM

St. Louis.

Co.,

Wall Street, N.Y.,
(PETTY, SAWYERS & CO., Mobile, Ala.)
No. 2)4

Jameson,

Cottinu,

Jameson,Cor,ting&Co.

ior at

R. P. Sawyers.
N. P. Boulett.

P. D. Roddey,
J. N. Petty,

-

Of

OFFICE,

No. 12 WALL

NO. 93,

on

Fe. 7 New

SECURITIES,

Commission

Street, New York.

Retcreaoe JAY COOKS & CO., Bankere, NewYork.

Geo. C. Smith &
48 LASALLE

Bro.,

ST., CHICAGO,

(Lake Bank of Montreal.)
Special attention given to collections.
Draw on—Drexel, Winthrop & Co., and
Winslow,
ELanier & Co., New York; Drexel Sc, Co., Philadel¬
phia, and Bank of Montreal, Canada.
A

Pacific Railroad Co.,
Equipped and

nearly One Hundred
Miles of their Road, from Sacramento
California, to within 12 miles of the
summit of the Sierra Nevada Moun¬

.Hall road

continue to
through us, their

offer

FIRST MORTGAGE

tor

sale,

RONDS,

Issued in conformiiy with the Acts of Congress and
the laws of the State ol Cali ornia, upon the divi¬
sion of their Road located in the State of California,
and extending one hundred and fifty-six miles from
Sacramento City to the California .'tate line.
The Bonds have Thirty Years to run from
*'

1866, and are

Mortgage,

Constituting an absolute
the

is DECLARED BY AC1
CONSTITUTE A LIE \
PRIOR AND SUPERIOR TO TUA T OF THL
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.
Interest at the rate oi Six Per Cent, per Annum,

Issue Circular

Bonds

reserving the right to advance the price whenever
it 1> their interest to do so.
The Road forms the Western part of the
MAIN TRUNK OF THE

Great

National Pacific

Railroad,
Authorized,

adopted and aided by the

United States Governm’t.
It runs through the heart of the richest and most
populous section of the State oi California, connect¬
ing the
EXTENSIVE MINING REGIONS OF
NEVADA, UTAH AND IDAHO,
with Bacramento and the Pacific Coast, from whence
their supplies must be drawn ; and the earnings of

-

portion already running are very heavy, and
largely in excess of the interest upon the Company's
the

Bonds.

time familiar with the oper¬
Pacific Railroad Company, we
satisfied that they are conducted with rare abll-

Having been for some
ations of the Central
are

Sand prudence, and the Company’s affairs entitles
cal management of that the energetic and econo-

them to the confidence of capitalists and of the pub
11c. We have carefully investigated the progress,
resources,

and prospects

of the road, and nave the

fullest confidence in its success, and in the value
and stability of the
tention of Trustees of Estates, Institutions, and in¬
dividuals desiring a long, safe and remunerative in¬

Company’s securities. The at¬

vestment, is especially
q »ge Bonds.
'

invited to these First Mort-"

Orders may be forwarded to us director through the
principal Banks and Bankers in all parts of the

ountry.

Remittances nry be made in drafts on New York,
in Legal Tender Notes. National Bank Notes or
other funds current in this city, and the bonds will
be forwarded to any address by express, free of

Letters of Credit

York.

Co.,

&

hand for immediate delivery all
issues of

S T-O C K S

STATES

UNITED

INCLUDING

MOBILE AND

6 Per Cent Bonds of 1881,
6 Per Cent 5-20 Bonds of 1862,|

“
“
1864, •
“
1865
“
5 Per Cent 10-40 Bonds,
7 3-10 Per Cent Treasury Notes, 1st,
6 Per Cent Currency Certificates.

6

for Travellers, avail¬

of Europe.

able in all parts

New York State 7 per

Allowed on Deposits.

Interest

S. G. & G. C.
AGENT8

WARD,

FOB

,

‘'

STATE STREET,

BOSTON.

Rodman, Fisk & Co.,

John Munroe & Co.,
BANKERS,
AMERICAN
NO. 7 RUE SCRIBE,

Government

Securities

STREET.
Gold, Stocks, Bonds, &c., Bought
Commission,

and Sold at

without charge.
6 per cent.
Bonds Central Pacific RR. Co.

Agents for
Gold Bear¬

BROKERS,
28 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
Stocks, Bonds, Government Securities, and Gold
Bought and Sold exclusively on commission.
Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Individuals
BANKERS Sc

received on

favorable terms.
References:

N.Y.
Chicago.

J. H. Fonda, Pres. Nat. Mech. Banking As9.
C. B. Blair, Pres’t. Merchants’ Nat. Bank,

Edey & Co.,

Barstow,

BANKERS Sc BROKERS,
REMOVED FROM NO. 30 TO

HAVE
No. 36

16.
GOVERNMENT AND

Broad Street, Office No.

DEALERS IN
OTHER

& Co.,

BANKERS

COMMISSION

Exchange on Lon¬

Highest premium allowed for
don.

Special attention paid to securing apartments for
visiting Paris, and letters of enquiry
replied to by return mall.
Hablett McKim. Robt. McKim. Jno. A McKim.
Americans

McKim, Bros. & Co.,

BANKER*
WALL STREET.
Interest allowed on deposit* subject
62

sight, and special attention
other places.

to draft at
given to orders from
*

J. Van SctiAicK,

SECURITIES.
deposits of Gold and Cur¬
rency, subject to Check at Sight.
Gold loaned to
Merchants and Bankers upon lave ruble terms.

BROKERS,
(Messrs. Brown Bros & Co.’s new building^,
59 & 61 WALL STREET, NEW YOKK.
May and sell Stocks, Bonds, Gold and
charge. Inquiries for further particulars, by mail or
Government Securities.
Accounts of
otherwise, will receive puuctual attention.
Banks, Bankers, and Merchants receiv¬
ed on favorable terms. Interest allowed on depos¬
Fisk &
its, subject to check at sight. Telegraphic quota¬
tions furnished to correspondents..
RANKERS AND DEALERS IN
References : James Brown, Esq., of Messrs.
G 0 VERNMENT SECURITIES,
Brown Brothers & Co.: John Q. Jones, Esq., Pres¬
ident of the Chemical National Bank; James H.
NO. 5 NASSAU STREET, N.Y.
Banker, Esq., Vice-President of the Bank of Nsw
N B.—All kinds of Government Securities ie
York N. B. A.
ceived at the full market price in exchange for the

AND

MERCHANTS,
14 RUE AUBER, PARIS.

Interest allowed upon

Pott, Davidson & Jones,

EXHIBITION.

UNIVERSAL

AMERICAN

Brownell & Bro.,

J. L.

PARIS

Norton

M. T. RODMAN, )
D. C. FISK,
V General Partners.
R. H. FISK,
)
PLINY h IbK, Special Partner.

In all

Also Commercial Credits.

THE

Registered and Cou¬

pon Interest collected
the sale of First Mortgage

ing

No. 8 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Issue Circular Letters of Credit tor Travelers

parts of Europe, etc., eto.

NO. 7 WALL

market rates on

PARIS

AND

AND

In

.

VERMILYE & CO.

BANKERS,

Dealers

cent. Bounty Loan.

Compound Interest Notes of 1864 Sc
1865 Bought and. Sold.

56 WALL
28

2d, & 3d series s

LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON GOVERN
MENT STOCKS TO BANKS AND BANKERS j

BROTHERS Sc COMPANY,
bTREET, NEW YORK,

RARING

the first days of January
Principal and Interest payable in

Tn the City of New York. The price of the
Is fixed for the present at 95 per cent., and accrued
interest from January 1st in Currency, the Company

Member of N.Y. Stock Ex

6

payable Semi-annually, on

GOLD COIN,

T. W. B. HUGHES.

HEATH.

Keep constantly on

Street, New
AND PARIS,

A. HAWLEY

BANKERS.
No." 44 Wall Street. New York,

BANKERS,
27 & 29 Pine

Broad Street, New

Vermilye

NEW ORLEANS.

which they are secured
OF CONGRESS TO

July.

i

prior lien on

portlonof Road above named,wltn

UNITED STATES

I 3

Hxkbt Db Coffxt.

DRAW ON LONDON

all the Rights, Franchises
Equip¬
ments, dee., pertaining thereto.
The amount of these First Mortgage Bonds to be
issued per mile is limited by law to the amount of
United States Bonds allowed and issued to aid the
construction of the Road, and the Mortga je bv

ana

MINING STOCKS,
York.
Deposits received, subiect to Check, and Inters
allowed.
GOLD, RAILROAD AND

Winslow, Lanier & Co.,

July 1,

SECURITIES,

AND

COMMISSION.

SOLD ON

BOUGHT AND

secured by a

First

IN GOVERNMENT

Government Securities,

Johv H. jAOQUXLOf.

BROKERS

RANKERS A COMMISSI ON

STREET, N.Y.

Stocks,
Bonds,
Gold, and

put In operation

tains,

Heath & Hughes,

Jacquelin & De Coppet,
NO. 26 NEW

Haviug Completed,

Bankers and Brokers.

Brokers.

Bankers and

The Central

,

[April 6,1867.

THE CHRONICLE,

418

38 Broad

BANKER AND

Street,

STOCK BROKER

Financial.

BANKERS AND

or

Hatch,

above Bonds.

Also,

of Government Secu¬
rities kept constantly on hand, and
Bought Sold or Exchanged.
gyGold Coin and U. S. Coupons bought, sold,
All descriptions

and

collected.

Deposits received on

Taussig, Fisher & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
No. 32 Broad

Liberal Terms,

check at sight.
pT Collections made throughout the country,
gay Miscellaneous Stocks and Bonds bought and
and sold at the Stock Exchange on commission for
Special attention given to the Exchange of SEVEN
THIRTY NOTES of all the seriesfor the new FIVETWENTY BONDS of 1805, on the most favorable
trms.




ALL UNITED

STATES SECURITIES.

MERCHANTS, BANKERS,
and others, and allow interest on daily balances,
subject to Sight Draft.
Make Collections on favorable terms,
And promptly execute orders for the Purchase or
Gold, State.

road Securities

National Bank,

OF TOE
ON

CONDITION OF THri

MONDAY

ORK,
APRIL 1st, 1867

CITY OF NEW 1

MORNING,

Resources
Loar s and

Discounts

Government Securities
Furniture and
Taxes paid

Specie and

.

Fixtures

Legal Tender Notes.

Cash Items and Exchanges
Interest paid Banks
Due from Banks and Bankers....
Current Expenses

Federal, and Rail¬

.

.

$4,542,314 13
1,738.803 <5
13,0( 0 00
47,425 24
2,319,804 76
739,991 78
43,677 01
893,925 77
26,682 68
.

$10,366,224 42

Street, New York.

Solicit accounts from

Sale of

TRUE

Ninth

Liabilities.

Buy and Sell at Market Rates,

subject to

cash.

Quarterly Statement.
OF THE

Capital Stock........
SurpmB ProfitB
Unpaid Dividends
Circulation

$1,000,000 00
884,83

■

86

616 *0

947,468 00

8,083,304 06

<

Deposits...,

$10,366,224 42
JOSEPH U.

ORVIS, President.

JOHN T.

HILL, Cashier.

April 6, 1867.J

"

I

Farnham,

George •

Financial.

|

Bankers and Brokers.

Financial.

(Late of G.

419

THE CHRONICLE.

Bank of the Republic,

L. P. Morton & Co.,

Son.)

S. Robbins A

NATIONAL

commercial P A P IS R

Philadelphia, March 12, 1867.

,

Ia accordanca with the
^

_

BONDS, ON COMMISSION.
GOLD, Ac., BOUGHT
SOLD

STOCKS,

STREET, NEW YORK.

80 BROAD

AND

Hedden,Winchester&Co

K«. P.

Bonds, Government

Ol-

Securities and Gold

market rates, on commission
only.
Interest allowed on balances. Advances
made on approved securities.
Particular attention given to orders for the pur¬
chase or sale of the Adams, American, United States,
Wells, Fargo A Co., and Merchants’ Union Express
Stocks. All orders faithfully executed.
JOSIA.H HEDDEN.
ISAIAH C. BABCOCK,
LOCKE W.WINCHESTER, ROBT. M. HEDDEN.
and soM at

J

Quarterly Report of tlie

I

R P Dll HI 1C
I

Europe and the Sad.

Telegraphic orders executed for tike Purchase and
London andNew York.

Reeourc t a.

Loans and Discounts :
Commercial Paper

Bale of Stocka and Bond* in

11

rp

•

jI PremiumsStamps
.
Rev nue
Due from National Banks
Duefrom other Bonds deposited
B nks
United Stat s

1 ravellers

_1’.

*

& Co.,

credits.

10-BROADWAY A 10 NEW

to

500,000 00

Notes

.

600 00

fs

$171,823» 00
120,10 00

291,823 < 0
Total..

BT

......$1,664,602 30

,.**

I

C

A

1

T^v

l,ul«> 32

242,313 26
10,068 99

Morgan Sc Co., London,

Mesars. J. S.

commission,

26,877 53

with

United States

the

Le al Tander Notes
(;ompOUn<i interest

I

ishttkd for
issued for

STOCKS AND BONDS

bought and sold on

7<874 85
23,451 58

..

Uniied States Bonds on hand

USE OF TRAYIN EUROPE and the east.

LETTERS OF CREDIT FOR THE

STREET.

^

circulation

secure

ellers

7720 00

...

Banking Expenses and Taxes
Current hou-e and Fixtures

H. Cbugem Oaklet.
————.————

stocks,
BROADWAY.

$384,562 14

Demand Loans

Owaw.ni X. Mxxjras,

Walter H. Bum,

U

Philadelphia, April 1, 1867.

Treasurer of

Satterlee

Bank of the

National

principal towns and cities of

Available in nil the

proposed increase,

!_——.

%

London,)

bank of LONDON,

union

Co.,

brokers in mining
O. 5 NEW STREET and 80

T

.

AMD YJU

LnYi P. Mortoit,

Riker &

use, M
oa

MORTON, BURNS St CO.*

(58 Old Broad Street,

Brokers.

Bankers an t
Stocks,

•

BROADWAY, NEW YORK,

allotted to them in the

wdl be received at anytime day
wni be payable on the second prioroftoMay next, and
that date. A
number of shares will remain to be sold, applications
for which will be received from pertton; hesirous of
becoming Stockholder*.
By order of the Board of Directors.
JOSEPH P. MUMFORD, Cashier.

1—««-

Letter* or credit »r raveum

Subscriptions from Stockhol.ers for the

OUO).
shares

Notea tad

Sight or Sixty ®*J*» also, Circular
»

bought

Stoek of this Bank to one million doll >rs ($ 1,000-,-

STEBLING EXCHANGE
a*
At

NO. 69

<-

Street, New York,

48 Pine

provisions of the National

Currency Act and the Articles of Association of thia
Ban*., it has been determined to increase the Capital

ALSO,

Llabllltlea.

UcLuncy* Morgan cc v^o.j j capital Stook. paidOutstanding
in
°
Circulating Notes

$500,000 00
417 600 00

*

government securities*

Individual Deposits .
Due to National Banks

^ Exchange Place5 J Urrhaiur. PlaeA

AX* TABTBTTKS.

Drake Kleinwort&Cohen

Drake Brothers,

f

NO.

BROKERS AND BANKERS,
16 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,

Securi¬
Stocks and
Coal, Petro¬

Commission Government

ties, Hold, Railroad, Bank and State
Bonds, Steamship, Telegraph, Express,
leum and Mining Stocks.
Currency and
Draft.
ments

Gold received on deposit

subject to

Geo. T. Clark, Cashier

RANK

NATIONAL

FIRST

of Denver,
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE O.

Authorised Capital- Paid In Capital
Transact a General Banking
Blake and F. Sts. DENVER
SOUTHERN

Edwin

-

-

8.

credits upon

$200,000

business comer of
COLORADO.

BANK

NOTES.

Bell,
Q. BROKER*

New York.

)

moorhead,
h. d COOKE,,

)

wat

o.

J AY
Corner

MINING,

< Edward dodge,

V

( PITT

oooke.

TELEGRAPH,
RAILROAD,

Bought and Sold on Commission.
,
Quotations and sales lists furnished daily on appli
Orders promptly

executed.

Panama
Tontine

Railroad

Buildings, 88 Wall Street.

New York, March 28,1867.
40th. Dividend.—The Board of Directors
have this day declared a dividend of SIX Per Cent,
out of the earnings of the road for the Three Months
ending 81st instant, payable to the stockholders or
their leeal representatives on and after the 5th April
next. Transfer books will be closed on the aiternoon
of the 35th Inst., and reopened on the morning ol 7th

proximo.




HENRY SMITH, Treasuier.

. T

_

'

the morning of the first Monday of April, 5867.

Resources.

$217,954 36

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
BaD king-house

I

Current

‘

415,679 77

...

Due from other Banks and Bankers .
U. S. Bonds deposited withU S. Treas¬

to secure Circulating Notes
Mortgages

urer
Bonds and

Philadelphia.

Cash

on

87,696 52

2,500,000 00
94,020 24

..

hand in Notes of other Nation¬
26.692 f0

al Banks

Gash on hand in N. tes of State Banks.
Cash items checks on County Banks

Opposite Treas. Department,
Washington.
our

,,

and Mr.

the purchase,
and exchange of government securities oi
sale,
,
,
all issues; to orders for purchase and sale of stocks,

March 1,

.

,

,

„

I

|

Liabilities.
,4,000 000 00

Clpital stock paW iQ

Surplus Fund
1,520,594 74
Circulating notes received from the

I

Comp.roller

j Less amount on hand
Amount outstanding

$2,225,000

6,975

Individual deposits
Dividends unpaid
Due to National Banks

J

other Banks and Bankers...,,.

•tiH to all bnslness of National I gtote Bank circulation
ana to an Dusmess o* National
outstanding...

Diacount

JAY COOKE A CO.

Exchanges

i860.

Lock

$13,561,678 48

Total

II
1

partners.

We shall give particular attention to
y
6

315,500 00

Compound Interest Notes

„

WashingPitt Cooke, of Sandusky, Ohio,

1,567,611 00

Legal Tender Notes

-

York, Mr. H. C. Fahotstock, of onr

16,830 21
62,895 00
72
3,095

Fractional Currenc*

houses in Philadelphia and

Washington we have this day opened an office at No.
Nassau, corner of Wall Street, in this city.
Mr. Edward Dodge, late of Clark, Dodge & Co.,

20,484 66

paid.
Specie

Fifteenth Street,

with

3,046 82

225,000 00
2 ,272 16

Expeus s

J Due from National Banks

No. 114 eA11tu QA stPAflt
114 Soutli 3d Street,

In connection

.

^

In New York, and in the State of New York, on

I

ure

Banks.

Co.,

1.

Metropolitan Nat l Bank

J

Wall and Nassau Sts.,

nmmw ana cot t>
bonds and gold,

OFFICE OF THE

OF THE CONDITION OF THE
-.4-

I

BANKERS.

will be resident

AND ALL OTHER STOCKS,
BONDS AND GOLD

JOSEPH P. MUMFORD, Cashier.
——'
~
Quarterly Report

'

t^O., I
p

/i

OC

COOKE

ton House,

EXPRESS,

to tbebesc of my knowledge and belibl.

I

New Vorlt.

-^w

Street,

if
0
^ TH^R^BLm^of'phUade^pwt'
do solemnlv swear that the above sratemenc is true,’

York.
:—
(H. O. FAHNESTOCK.

„

canon.

45,177 43

taswr

SIMON DE YISSER,

„

W. H. Whittingham,
No. 8 Broad

701,92537

TIO’NA° |A®K

Exchange Place, New

52

$500,000

AND
In Southern Securities and Bank Bills.
BROADWAY A 5 NEW STREET,

BANKER
t«

Liverpool, and to grant mercantile
them for use in China, the East and
West Indies, South America, Ac
Marginal credits
of the London House issued for the same purposes.

London and

JAY COOKE,

J B. Chaffee, Pres.

V. Pres.

l’”7”

ers

Frofits

LIVERPOOL.
The subscriber, their representative ana Attorneys
in the United States, is prepared to make advances
on shipments to Messrs. Drake, Klelnwort A Cohen

Dividends and Interest collected and Invest¬
made. Orders Promptly Executed.

H. J. Rogers,

.$513,840 94
186,166 70

LONDON AND

STOCK

Buy and Sed on

..

Due to other Banksnd Bank-

—

Interest
Profit and Loss

W O O D

& C.O

2,219,025 00

3,423.662 64
13,982 00
1,362,802 24

798,355 16
2%200 00
151,646 59

85107
16,70 10
19,351 91

....$13,561,678 48
Total
I, GEORGE J. SbNEY, Cashier of the Metbo-

• y

BANKERS,

I

National Bank, do solemnly

that

No. of ■RDfH'nwAV A vn ft wat t STREET.
94 BROADWAY a. No. 6 WALL
I tbe above statement is t ue to the best olswear
my knowDEALERS IN GOVERNMENT AND ledge and belief.
OTHER SECURITIES.
GEORGE J. SENEY, Cashier.
(Signed),
Interest allowed upon deposits of Gold and CurState of New York, County of New York: Sworn
rency, subject to Check at Sight. Gold loanedi
I and subscribed before me this — day of April, 1867.
Merchants and Bankers upon favorable terms.
1
Robert Owen, Notary Public, New York.
m

j

THE CHRONICLE.

420

Southern ‘Bankers.

Hankers and Eiokers.

Fourth

Bank.

National

Capital

$5,000,000

NASSAU

Bank of the

best terms.

National

Bank,

318 BROADWAY.

Capital

S3,000,000.

Has for sale all

descriptions of Government Bonds—
on terms moit

City and Country accounts received
favorable to our Correspondents.

Collections made in all parts of the
and Canadas.
WILLIAM A.

United States

NATIONAL
291

BROADWAY,

BANK.
NEW YORE.

Capital

$ i .000-00 O.

No. 336 BROADWAY Cor.WORTH ST.

Designated Depository of the Government.

Bank

ere’ and Deulers1 Accounts solicited.
D. L.

ROSS, President.

Stout, Cashier.

Gilliss, Harney & Co.,
BANKERS,
BROAD STREET.

Buy and Sell

at

Biuiks

BANK NOTES, STOCKS, AND BoNDS.
Eapedal attention paid to Collections.
Refer to Duncan, Sherman A Co., New York;
Drexel A Co., Philadelphia; The Franklin Bank,
and Johnaton Bros., Baltimore; R. H. Maury A Co.,

and

Richmond, Va., Charles D.

DIRECTORS:

Samnel A.

Eastern Bankers.

Edward B. Orna,
William Errian,
Osgood Welsh,
Frsderis A. Hoyt,

Biapbam,

Page, Richardson & Co
114 STATE

William H. Rhawn.
William H. Rhawn, President,
Late Cashier of the Central National Bank.
Josefs P. Muhford, Cashier,
Late of the Philadelphia National Bank.

FIRST

NATIONAL

BANK

WASHINGTON.
H. D. COOKE (of Jay Cooke A Co.),
WM. S. HUNTINGTON, Cashier.
OF

▲MB

JOHN MUNROE Sc

Commercial Credits for the purchase of Mefch&a
rilse in England and the Continent. Travellers’
Credits for the use of Travellers abroad.

Dupee, Beck & Sayles,
STOCK
No. 22 STATE
JAMES A. DUPEE,

We buy and sell all classes of Government
securities on the most favorable terms, and give

esp<cial

ROB’T

H. MAURY.

JA3. L. MAURY.

ROB’T

R. H. Maury &
BANKERS AND BROKERS

No. 1014 TOLA IN ST.,

RICHMOND, VA.

and

others, and allow interest
subject to sight draft.

on

daily balances,

Make collections on favorable terms,
And promptly execute orders for the Purchase or
Sale of Gold, State, Federal and Railroad Securities,

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

of

BANKERS,
No. 14 Wall Street, New York,
Buy and Sell at Market Rates Government Securi¬
ties, or, all issues, and execute orders fori he pur¬
chase and sale of STOCKS, BONDS, and GOLD.
Interest allowed on deposits of Gold and Cur¬
rency, subject to check at sight.

and

W ATKINS,
STREET, NEW YORK,

BANKER,
And Healer in all Cla-.ses of Govern¬
ment Securities and Gold.
Collections made in all parts of the
and British America.

United States

BANKERS,

£1,000,000. Surplus Fund, $250,000.
Worthington, L.

Directors.—John W. Ellis, Lewis

Harrison, William Glenn, R. M. Bishop, William
Woods, James A. Fraxer, Robert Mitchell, A. S

Gilmore, Dunlap & Co.,

"V

John Cockle & Son,
IBRUKERS

Exchange, Eonds, Notes,
Af

32

PINE

*,

A c.

STREET,

NEW

YORK.

References.—Moses Tayl<-r: John Mnnroe & Co ;
C, Savage, U.S. Appraiser; W. Cockle. Peoria, Ill.;
Hon. F. K. Spinner, Treamrer U. S., Washington.

BANKERS

AND

NOTES, and all kinds of GOVERNMENT BONDS,

Jas. M. Muldon & Sons,

No. 52 St. Francis St., Mobile, Ala.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange, Gov¬
ernment Securities. Bonds, Gold and Silver.
Prompt
attention given to Collections.




COLLECTIONS MADE at aH
and remitted for

Checks

on

on

&

BANKING HOUSE OF

Given, Jones & Co.,
33.1BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
THE

Excliange.

points in the State, and
REMITTANCES PROMPTLY MADE TN SIGHT
EXCHANGE AT CURRENT RATES.
REFER TO

National Park Bank, Howes & Macy, and
Spofford,
Tiles ton A Co., New Yrork.
Second National
Bank and J. W. Seaver, Esq., Boston. Drexel A
Co. and D. 8. Stetson A Co., Philadelphia. T.
F.
Thirkield A Co., Cincinnati. Third National Bank
and Jos. E. Elder A Goodwin, St. Louis. Fowler,
Btanard A Co, Mobile. Pike,
Yap eyre A Bro.,
New Orleans. Drake, Klein worth A Cohen. Lon¬
don and Liverpool.

Burke &

Orders for the

Draw

on

Merchants National Bank, New York, and
Bank of Liverpool, England.

Collections and remittances promptly attended to.

NEW

purchase or^ale of Government

promptly executed.
Interest allowed
at

sight.

•

.

on

Deposits, subject to cheques

,

_

Exchange
to
on

the Bank of Liverpool, in some to suit purchasers.
The New Orleans House will make
Collections in that City and at all accessible

points South, and remit

on

the day of payment.

We refer to Bank of America atd National
Bank of State of New York, New York City, and
to any of the Kentucky Banks.

Co.,

STREET, NEW ORLEANS,

©.,

Securities, Stocks, Bonds, and Gold,

Jackson Brothers,

BANKERS,
64 CAMP

BANK OF N.

CITV

ORLEANS. LA.

GALVESTON, TEXAS.

Special attention given to Collections of all kind*,
having prompt and reliable correspondents at all ac¬

day of payment.

D. A. Given, of Watte, Given & Co., Paducah, Ky.
D. W. Jones, of Boyle Co., Ky.
L. M. Flournoy, P'res’t Commercial Bank of Ky.
N. S. Ray, late Cash’r Com’l li’k of Ky., Lebanon, Ky

New York Life Insurance
Company.
Aetna Insurance Company of Hartford.
Underwriters Agency New Yo»k,
Ch tries Walsh. President Bank of Mobile.

COMMISSION MERCHANTS
and Dealers in Domestic and Foreign

points

FOR SALE.

Co., Bankers, New York.

Goodyear Bros. & Durand, Bankers, New York.
E. H. Buikly & Co.,
Brokers, New York.
Byrd & flail, New York.
Martin, Bates & Co., Merchants, New York.
Geo. D. H. Gillespie, late Wolff «fc Gillespie.
Henry A Hmlburt, late Swift & Uurlbert.
Horne Insurance Company oi New York.

accessible

UNION BANK OF LONDON.

References:

Government Securities, Stocks,
Bonds,
and Gold, bought and sold on

<

Street,

Dealers in GOLD, SILVER, UNCURRENT BANK

Sc

Commission.
COMMERCIAL PAPER AND LOANS OF GOLD
AND CURRENCY" NEGOTIATED.
NOS, IS NEW Sc 14 BROAD STREETS.

West Fourth

CINCINNATI, OHIO.

G A•

AUGUSTA,

110

Sc

BROKERS,

COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY REMITTED FOR.

Jones £c Westervelt,
BROKERS,
BANKERS

10S

Charles D. Carr & Co.,

cessible

In Foreign

SOUTH,
Capital Mock.

B.

Henry A Schroeder, Pres. Southern Bank of Ala.

No. 4 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Orders for stocks. Bonds, and Gold promptly exesated. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLO\ ED
OW
jn deposits, subject to check at sight.
-

all points WEST and

promptly remitted for.

all accessible points in the United States.
N. Y. Correspondent. Vkkmilyh A Ce.

Warren, Kidder & Co., T. H. McMahan & Co.
"

on

Winslow.

Babt ock Bros

BROAD

Cincinnati.

Collections made

Sterling Exchange, Gold and Silver, Bank Notes,
State, City, and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, «fec.,
bought and sold on commission.
Deposits received and Collections made on

ADAMS, KIMBALL Sc MOORE,

NO. 11

HENRY 8ATLE*

Market Kates

Solicit accounts from MERCHANTS, HANKERS

S.

JAMES BECK,

J.W. Ellis, Prest. Lewis Worthington, V.-Preet
Theodore St an wood, Cashier.

T. BROOKS

Co.,

BROKERS,
STREET, BOSTON.

Western Bankers.

attention to business connected

with the several departments of the
Government.
Full information with regard to Government loans
at all times cheerfully furnished.

CO., PARIS.

ALSO ISSUE

Pres’t.

Depositor j and Financial
Agent of the United State*.

,

STREET, BOSTON,

BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON LONDON

ALL UNITED STATES SECPKITIE®.

L.

Carr A Ca Augusta, Ga.

liberal terms*

Government

$ 1,0-0,000
400,000
RICHARD BERRY, President.
ANTHONY" IIALSEY", Cashier.

NO. 24

to

Washington.

Tenth National Bank.

J. H.

STREET,

WHEELOCK, President.

Tradesmens

CAPITAL
UHPLUS

on

Joseph T. Bailey,
Nathan Hi ilea,
Benjamin Rowland, Jr.,

WILLIAM H. SANFORD, Cashier.

The

services

Wilson,;

No. S Broad Street) Charleston, 8.
C.,
BANKERS Sc DEALERS
IN FOREIGN A DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, SPECIE,

$500)000
Its

Bankers

Central

Conner &

Capital
Offers

•

,

Republic,

809 A 811 CHESTNUT

Bankers.

-

PSIII.ADEI.PSa A,

All the Government T-oans for Bale.

on

Southern

National.

STREET, N. E. COR. PINE STREET.

Collections made for Healers

{April 6,1807.

DEALERS IN

STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD, Sc GOVERN
MENT

SECURITIES-

c

No. 10 Broad Street, New

York.

gimte’ fcrtto, (tamwiat ^imejs, |tatag Monitor, and gnsuraarj gfluraal
A

WEEKLY

NEWSPAPER,

representing the industrial and commercial interests of the united states.

the pressure

THE CHRONICLE.
431
422

Movements of the Poblic Debt..
The Russian Treaty
>
The Chamber of Commerce on
Specie Payments
:.
Review of the Month
Public Debt of the United States

423
423
425

Trade of Great Britain jmd the
United States
.w
Latest Monetary and Commercial

English News

Miscellaneous

Commercial and
News

425

426
427

THE BANKERS’ GAZETTE AND COMMERCIAL TIMES.
Cotton
Tobacco
Breadstuffs
Groceries..

Money Market, Railway Stocks,
U. S. Securities, Gold Market,
Foreign Exchange, New York

City Banks. Philadelphia Banks
.A.*
n

i

National Banks, etc
Sale Prices N. Y. Stock Exchange
Commercial Epitome.

428

431

432

433
435

Dry Goods
Imports

437
438

436

436

Prices Current and Tone of the
Market
.445-46

JOURNAL.
439 1 Railway, Canal, etc., Stock List..
Insurance and Mining Journal .

THE RAILWAY MONITOR AND INSURANCE

Railway News
Railroad, Canal, and Miscellaneors

Bond List

.

440-41

| Advertisements

by careful adjustment we find out at what points
of taxation may rest with the least injury to the
country, increase the pressure and tighten the fiscal screw as
the gradual recuperation and growing strength of the tax
paying power of the country may justify. In this point of
view, then, Mr. McCulloch has met the wishes of the peo¬
ple. But although so small a reduction of the debt has been
made, the changes effected have all been in the right direction.
In the first place, the currency balance in the Treasury has
fallen to a lower point than for many months past.
No less
than eighteen millions of this idle money have been used to
In making
pay off interest bearing securities of short dates.
this reduction Mr. McCulloch has been obliged to draw
Whan

CONTENTS.

i

NO. 93

SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1887-

VOL. 4

...

442
443
.417-20, 444, 447-4S down the balances in the National

(HtyronicU.

point.
has

banks to

an

A stringency of limited extent and

resulted from this

unusually low

brief duration

withdrawal of balances.

For the

and Financial Chronicle is issued every Satur¬ banks, although they pay no interest on the Government
day morning by the publishers of Hunt's Merchants7 Magazine, balances, are tempted to lend them to their dealers in order
with the latest news by mail and telegraph up to midnight
of Friday. A Daily Bulletin is issued every morning icith all to gain interest. At this time of the year there is always a
the Commercial and Financial news of the previous day up to
great pressure on the financial machinery of the country in
the hour of publication.

The Commercial

the agricultural districts,
increased by the sudden
taking away of heavy Government deposits. The trouble
$12 00 and embarrassment hence resulting would not, however, have
Bulletin, (exclusive of postage)
10 no been so serious had not the preparations the banks found to
For The Daily Bulletin, without The Commercial and Financial
Chronicle, (excluslveof postage)5 00 be
necessary for their quarterly statements, been making just
Postage is paid by subscribers at their own post-offlee. It is, on the Chroni¬
cle, 20 cents per year, and on the Daily Bulletin $120 in advance.
at the same critical time.
From the mischievous, and, to
WILLIAM B. DANA & CO., Publishers,
some
60 William Street, New York.
extent, unexpected results which have come from
this untoward combination of forces acting together on the
Files for holding the Chronicle or Bulletin can be had at this Office.
Price
money market, at a time when it was from other causes in a
50.
state of extreme sensitiveness, we may derive new confirmaThe third volume of the Chronicle, from July to December, 1866, inclu¬
tion of the often proved remark that the Government deposits
sive, is for sale at this Office ; price, unbound, $5 00.
are an injury to business, and a snare to the banks.
Now,
that these mischievous deposits are removed, we trust they
MOVEMENTS OF THE PUBLIC DEBT.
It is a long time since we have had to lay before our read¬ will not he allowed again to accumulate in so inordinate a
ers a statement of the debt as favorable, in all respects, as degree as has been but too frequent in the past.
Let us turn next to the currency.
Mr. McCulloch has
that of the month of March, which we print on another page.
In consequence of the falling off in the internal revenue there acted in the difficult duty of contraction with all the caution
Under the act of April 12 he is
is but little diminution of the net aggregate, which is 2,523 that could be desired.
bound to withdraw greenbacks if in his opinion it can safely
millions, against 2,530 millions a month ago. The decrease
But the monthly maximum is not to exceed 4
of 7 millions has been made by the sale of between 5 and 6 be done.
millions of gold. This small diminution of the total of the millions. Under existing circumstances he has very properly
debt is regarded as a point of less importance by the pub¬ refrained from contracting more than about one-fifth of this
lic than it was some time ago. Experience has shown ns amount or $818,378, which represents we presume the muti¬
that until our internal taxation is better adjusted, and more lated notes which have ceased to be fit to pass current and
have come in for redemption.
For the same cause the
skilfully distributed, a needless oppression of the produc¬
tive power of the country would be induced by the attempt fractional currency has declined $297,228, so that the volume
to pay off from this source any considerable amount of the of the currency has been contracted by a little more than
one million of dollars.
public obligations. The voice of the country is for reduc¬
Probably the most suggestive and gratifying feature of
ing taxation to such limits as will pay the expenses of
the report, however, is foupd in the short date oblige
Trewjy apd met the mterest on the Government bond®,

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
For The Commercial and Financial Chronicle, with The Daily
Bulletin, delivered by carriers to city subscribers, ana mailed to all
others, (exclusive of postage)
For TnE Commercial and Financial Chronicle, without The Daily




consequence of April payments in
and this pressure cannot fail to be

THE CHRONICLE.

422

Of these
no
less than 54J- millions have been paid off, 50 mil¬
lions being the amount of the seven-thirties alone.
If we
mistake not the aggregate of the seven-thirty notes has
fcions

'

^

which have caused

so

much apprehension.

fish

on

the coast of Russian America.

[April 6, 1867.
In accordance with

petition a negotiation with St. Petersburg was opened,
simply contemplated a grant of privileges off the
northwestern coasts, like those we enjoy in British waters on
never
before suffered so large a reduction in any one the northeast of this continent. Our reasonable request re¬
month.
It is now reduced to 582 millions; of which ceived a prompt response. But instead of granting what we
less probably than 100 millions fall due in August next. want, our excellent ally the Czar proposed to sell us 'the
The embarrassment which the Treasury has looked for whole^territory, which it seems he has his own reasons for
If we take the fisheries, he wishes us
from these notes is now, therefore, at an end, and the wishing to get rid of.
rapid acceleration of the rate of conversion fully confirms to pay seven millions of dollars down and to take tne territory
What may be the reasons why, in
the opinion we have ventured to express that if vigorous ef¬ off his hands altogether.
forts are made by the department and its agents the Seven - the unsettled condition of the Eastern question, and with the
thirties, the Compound notes, and all other short obligations prospect of a European war in the near future, Russia wishes
outstanding can be so far funded before the time of maturity to impose on us the necessity of providing for the peace and
neutrality of an outlying part of her dominions, which, from
Congress will resolutely refuse to add to the existing debt, the rigor of its climate, we cannot populate, there is no ne¬
It is enough for the present that the
and will turn a deaf ear to all the schemes which are con¬ cessity now to inquire.
cocted for that purpose, the* existing debt, whether floating United States do not wish to exercise any rights or duties of
or semi-funded, will easily be provided for.
sovereignty over the coasts, or the inlands, or the terriAs to the gold-bearing bonds, there is little to be said. tory,Jfc* any other thing thereto pertaining.
All we want is the simple permission for a fewr of our
The Five-twenties have been increased $34,723,000.
From
the defective way in which the statement is made out we are hardy sailors to fish unmolested for the few months of the
unable to say what proportion of these Five twenty bonds year when these inhospitable seas and frozen coasts are ac¬
The impression prevails cessible to them.
belong to each of the four issues.
On this view of the case it is unaccountable that our dip¬
very extensively, however, that there has recently been an
emission of several millions of bonds of 1864, the aggregate lomatic agents abroad could for a moment allowr our real
of which was one hundred millions originally. No notice wants and wishes to be ignored and postponed to the wants
That the Sen¬
has been given to the public of any such issue, the un¬ and wishes of the other party to the bargain.
to ratify the treaty there is no doubt what¬
derstanding being that no Five-twenties of any sort are ate should refuse
now being put
out, except the fourth series, the interest ever, or that the^flouse of Representatives should refuse to
of which is payable in January and July.
It is very vote, and the country to approve the expenditure of several
important to holders of securities, whether of the gov¬ millions of dollars on any such questionable project.
We do not lay undue stress on the argument which is
ernment or of private corporations, that no secret issues
should be made, but that all new emissions of bonds should sometimes advanced, that the United States have already too
be made with as much publicity as possible.
The propriety much on hand—that they have too broad a territory, and are
of this rule is seen at once, if we remember that the quan¬ become too large and unwieldy to bear any further addi¬
tity of any species of bonds, pressing on the market at a tions without danger. Such reasons were urged and urged
given time, forms an important element in regulating the in vain against the acquisition of Louisiana, and of Florida
market price.
Hence a secret issue of any securities is re¬ of Texas, and of California. But w e do maintain that two
garded as an injury to the holders of such securities. - By conditions are indispensable if we are to acquire safely, either
parity of reasoning the buying up of any such securities by purchase or otherwise, any further accessions of territory.
should be public.
Accordingly the British government, First, such additions to our national domain must be con¬
when purchases are made of consols, on account of the Sink¬ tiguous, or easily accessible to our present borders.
And,
ing Fund announces the fact, and the amount of the purchase secondly, the climate and population and products must be
is on the same day made known at the Stock Exchange, and such as will attract large numbers of our enterprising citi¬
in the money articles of the London journals.
This princi¬ zens to become permanent residents. Who will venture to
ple of publicity is of greater importance than has been sup¬ claim that our people will leave their fertile farms and well
posed ; and now that there is an end of all the reasons for it, built cities to lead a precarious existence in an ice-bound
which originated in the exigencies of the war, this principle region, comprising 370 thousand square miles of land, and
should be adopted in all the negotiations of the Treasury.
only able to subsist a squalid population of 25 thousand Es¬
quimaux and Indians. While to these hardy savages them¬
selves the northern part of the territory is uninhabitable.
THE RUSSIAN TREATY.
Much has been said about the advantage to our whaling
It has often been urged, as one of the ends of our national
administration, that we have not, and under existing rules and fishery interests of having ports of their own country
But the value and necessity of such conveni¬
of appointment that we cannot, have any trained diplomatic to run into.
service, such a3 is indispensable to all the great powers of ences, as well as of the hunting grounds, have been greatly
over-estimated. And to secure them by the purchase of the
Europe.
Our traditional policy of avoiding “ entangling alli¬ territory would entail upon us an expense altogether incom¬
ances” has saved us hitherto from most of the mischief mensurate for forts, naval stations, territorial governments,
which might otherwise have resulted from our want of well- and other appliances indispensable to the efficiency of our
trained foreign ministers.
Now and then, however, we governmental control there. Such an outlay in the existing
have suffered'from some deficiency or disadvantage, on the state of the national finances, and with the growing determi¬
nation of our people for retrenchment and financial reform,
part of those to whom we have entrusted the task of making
treaties with foreign powers.
The recent Russian treaty ap¬ is not to be thought of. It is also claimed that if we refuse
to ratify the treaty, we shall appear rediculous in the eyes of
pears to add another instance to the list of such short-comings.
One ought rather to say that we
Last year, as our readers may remember, the legislature Russia and of Europe.
of Washington territory petitioned the federal govern- shall be ridiculous if we do ratify it, and the only wray to




to

obtain

for

their

seamen

the

permission to

this

which

escape

ridicule is to refuse.

April 6,

THE

1867.]

discussed the question
solely in its relation to our domestic policy. - We refrain
from entering on some important foreign aspects of the negotation, and we will only repeat the recent statement of the
Colonial Secretary in the House of Lords, that so far as Eng¬
land is concerned, the acquisition of this useless remote
territory by us would for very obvious reasons be regarded
It will be

with

an

observed that we have

I wish
assured

We

C. Caret.

are

far from

agreeing with the

views of some

of the

which the dis¬
first,

only
for its depreciation; secondly, that this contraction
should be cautiously and gradually made, and should not be
unduly hastened as to affect adversely the business and

cure

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

suggestions on govern¬
qualities; first, that of
sound political economy, and, secondly, that of disinterested
opinion. Whatever we may think of these too sweeping
charge?, it is certain that neither can apply to the pro¬
ceedings of the Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, when,
pursuant to the arrangement we announced a fortnight ago,
the subject of the resumption of specie payments was brought
up for discussion.
The members of the Chamber of Com¬

so

Mr.

the community by

bringing forward this important question at
juncture. We trust the Chamber of Commerce
their inquiries in the wide field of research

the present

will continue
which they have

entered upon.

leading cities would render a service to
the business of the nation just now if they would exert
themselves to propagate sound opinions, and to refute some

which prevail relative to this very

practical and much-vexed q'uestion.

of the country.
Conkling has done good service to

industrial interests

in cur

mischievous errors

Faithfully yours,
Henry

speakers in detail, but the two conclusions to
cussion finally led we heartily endorse.
These were,
that contraction of the volume of our paper money is the

Department that most Wall street
ment finance lacked two essential

of the

greatly to be desired.

feeling quite

study of the

Hon. F. A. Conkling.

ON SPECIE PAYMENTS.
During the war, and afterwards, it has unfortunately been
opinion too widely held in Congress and at the Treasury

merce

greatly that we could talk the matter over,
the least, satisfy you that further

that I could, at

queetion was

profound indifference.
THE

423

CHRONICLE.

At this time, from vari¬

of the resolutions as they were
finally adopted at the meeting on Thursday :
Whereas, the establishment- maintenance, and universal recognition
of
universal standard and measure of value have long and justly been
deemed essential to the growth and development of industry, and the
and steadfast prosperity of trade and commerce; and, whereas, our
national departuae from such standard was only dictated and excused
by the exigencies and imperative necessities of a gigantic and most costly
struggle for the preservation of our national integrity ; and, whereas,
powerful interests are striving to perpetuate the existing depreciation
of the currency, by opposing the policy of contraction, through which
alone the government and the banks can return to specie payments;
therefore,
Resolved, That, in the judgraeut of this Chamber, it is the dictate of
public interest and national honor, that the Federal Treasury should
cautiously but steadfastly adhere to the policy of contraction in so far as
it
be done without adversely affecting the business and industrial
The

following is a full copy

a

sure

the business enterprise throughout the country
can
suffering from a mistaken fear of some impending
interests of the country.
sion, the result of which will be a sudden immediate return
to specie payments.
The captain of a ship out its course
REVIEW OF THE MONTH.
might just as well neglect his compass, his
sails, and expect that he could get back by some
The course of business during March has shown some
mysterious magic, apart from his own exertions
symptoms of improvement. While
his crew.
Our financial barque has drifted far out of the have been healthy, i/has yet perhaps realized, in respect to
current of specie payments. And she must be brought
activity, all that was anticipated at the opening
year.
not by a violent manoeuvre, w7hich might destroy
In most branches of merchandise* the supply of goods appears
to have been in excess of the demand; and hence, as a
by gradual, well directed, wrell sustained
ves holders have found it necessary to concede a steady
ten, amid the conflicting forces wThich urge the
sel in various directions, it may be making rapid, sure pro¬ of
prices, and both manufacturers and
causes,

ous

convul¬

is

of
rudder, and his
sudden
and those of

trade cannot be said to

back,
her, but

of the

seamanship. Of¬
laboring

importers have found

satisfactory. The manu¬
have not produced to the
Of one thing wre may be well assured, that to attempt full extent of their capacity; but the limitation of the supply
sudden resumption of specie payments under the coin of fabrics appears to have bad no other effect than to partially
standard, would be to court disasters such as this country in arrest the downward course of prices. The importation of
former panic ever endured, and the attempt would fail dry goods from January 1st to the close of March aggregates
after all. The futility of all plans for immediate resump¬ $30,223,631 ; which though $15,150,000 less than for the
tion needs to be well understood in order that the terrors
period of last year is yet $19,770,000 more than during
arising from them may be dispersed, for certainly none of the first quarter of 1865 ; and, in the present depressed con¬
these plans has the slightest chance of being practically dition of the trade of the country, must be considered an ex¬
attempted. In refutation of the suggestion that the Treasury cessive supply. This large supply of foreign fabrics, selling
shall at the earliest moment begin to pay its obligations in in many cases much below cost, has of course'produced an
coin, we offered ’some observations when Mr. Conkling’s active competition with domestic goods, and fostered the pre¬
resolution on that subject was first presented. The following vailing depression in the home market. The backwardness of
letter on the subject w^fe read to the Chamber from the collections in the West, and the unsatisfactory accounts of
business given by buyers from the interior generally indicate
veteran political economist Henry C. Carey :
Philadelphia, March 26, 1867.
that the burthens of taxation and the inflation of prices and
of rents are at last seriously limiting the ability of consumers
Dear Sir—This moment, for the first time, I have read your reso¬
lutions, and cow propose to say to you a few words respecting them.
to purchase, and clearly show that, unless the case be met by
You do not d< sire more than I do to secure resumption, but I go
ahead of you in wishing to see that it can certainly be secured. To it carefully adjusting the supply to the demand, both manu¬
there is
quiet, easy and comfortable road, one on which we all might facturers and importers must suffer heavy losses upon their
travel with damage to nr ne and with profit to all.
You
excuse me for say mg it, in regard to the cause of disease, operations.
and therefore is it that you prescribe friction of the limbs for disease of
Monetary affairs have been generally dull throughout the
the heart. Medical doctors study the causes of the fevers they need to
The loan market has been, upon the whole, quiet;
and this they do before they undertake to prescribe the remedies month.
b applied.
Why should not social doctors do the same ? Does not though the rate of interest on demand loans has not ranged
the welfare of millions demand as much care as the health of indi¬
below 6 per cent, on stock collaterals. An unusually large
viduals ?
You
making a mistake, and it is one that you will, in due season, amount of stunk* are at present bn!r! by brofeer^ wbo b*tv§ la
find reason to regret. The road by which you seek to travel h&i repodlfttloR M Ha ssd, and not resnwptior..
-•*

gress, when to
little or none.




be making

rule,
reduction

a

casual observer it might seem to

result of their operations far from
facturers of cotton and woolen goods

the

no

same

a

err,

cure

to

e

are

424

THE CHRONICLE.

depend

upon the banks
rather than any activity
rate

of interest.

for carrying them ; and this fact,
in loans, has steadily sustained the
Toward the close of the month, the
prepara¬

tions of the National Banks for their

quired to be made

quarterly statement,

[April 6,1867.

COURSE OF CONSOLS AND AMERICAN
SECURITIES AT

Cons Am. sectu ities.
for U. S. m.c. Erie
mon. 5-20s ah's. shs.

Date.

Friday

re¬

1

.

Saturday....

91
91

2

.

73*
73*

LONDON—MARCH, 1867.
Cons Am. teen ritiea
for U.S. m.c.
[Erie
mon. 5-20s ah's.

Date.

[sh’».

76* 36* Tuesday

76

19 91
Wednesday ..£0 91
Thursday ....21 91*
Friday
22 91
Saturday ....23 91
Sunday
24
,r,
Monday
25 91

37

78

74*

39*

■74* 78* 40*
3
the first Monday of April, caused a Sunday
74* 78* f9*
91
Monday
73* 76* 36*
74* 78* 39
5 91
general disturbance of deposits and of loans, and produced, Tuesday
73* 77
36*
74* 78* 39
Wednesday.. 6 90* 74
77* 35*
7 90* 73*
during the last few days, a firm 7 per cent, market. Although Thursday
77* 36
74* 73* 89
8 90* 73* 77* 36
Friday
it is for many reasons
26 91
important that the banks should make Saturday.... 9 ‘JO* 74* 77* 36* Tuesday ..27 91* 74* 78* 38*
Wednesday
74* 77* 38*
.10
Sunday
Thursday ....28 91* 75
frequent exhibits of their condition, yet the existing plan of Monday
78* :-e*
.11 90*
74* 78
38* Friday
75
29 91
78* 39
.12 90* 74* 77* 40
Tuesday
30 91* 75* 79* 39*
making a return on a day foreknown to the banks, is really of Wednesday. .13 90* 74* 77* 39* | Saturday
31
Thursday... 14 90* 74* 77* 39* jSunday
little value as a means of
.15 91
ascertaining their condition, while Friday
74* 77* 39* Highest
9t* 75* 78* 40*
.16 91
Saturday
74* 78
it is productive,
‘10
Lowest
90* 73* 76
35*
evt^-y three months, of much inconvenience Sunday
.17;
Range
*
1*
4*
3*
Monday
91
.18)
to business.
74* 78* 39*|
The banks
temporarily shape their accounts for
The lowest and
the occasion, and
highest quotations for United States 6’s
instantly relapse into a condition which thev
(5-20 years) of 1862, at Paris and Frankfort in the weeksend¬
had deemed unfit for a
public exhibit. In the discount mar¬
ing Thursday, have been as follows :
ket there has been a decided
recovery of confidence. Really
Mar. 7.
Mar. 14.
Mar. 21.
Mar. 28.
Pari*
prime paper has been in active demand at
82*@S2*
83 ^34
84 <&84*
per cent., Frankfort
M*@84*
*

up on

.

.

.

#

.

...

,

..

-

.

.

....

....

—

•

r—

-

....

....

•

•

.

76*(&77*,

both from the banks and
private
have accumulated in the hands of
tiated at high rates.

77*@77*

77*(&T7*

77*®78
investors, but lower grades
The course of the
gold premium has been Bteadily down¬
dealers, and have been nego¬ ward, the price having falleu over 6
points within the month.
This change is the more remarkable
considering that there
The course of stock
operations has not varied materially has been a reduction of more than three millions in the
from what is usual at this season of the
supplv
year.
Operations have of specie in the banks. The anticipation of the
been principally on brokers’ own
large dis.
account, and the prevailing bursement upon
May coupons, appears to have been thi chief
temper of the market has favored lower prices. During
the cause of the downward tendency. The receipts from California
latter half of the month, the
anticipation of the usual Spring amount to $1,396,857, and the foreign exports to $1,837,824
campaign caused some of those who had been operating for a Since Jan. 1st, the California supply and the foreign imports
have been balanced by
decline to become
the shipments to foreign ports within
buyers of stocks, and gave a firmer tone to about
.

the market.

Tiie total transactions in stocks

$2,000.

at

both

for the

boards,

month, amount to 1,825,802 shares, against 1,908,839
for the same
period of last year. The volume of shares sold
at the boards in
January, February and March, and the total

•irree Jan. 1 is shown in the

following

Bank

January.

share*

Coal

/

“
“

2,200.510
24,286
65,375

Mining
“
Improv’nt “
Telegraph “

statement:
Sinca

At
At

February.
1,929

1,282,251
10,369

March.
3,425

1,597,017
33,145

Jan. 1.

7,815

6,079,778

28.502

67,800
123,857

41,975

117,973

.

mcncoment

Receipts of treasure from Cali¬

Imports of coin and bullion—
Com paid by U. S. Treasury for
interest

..

Total reported supply

Open Board
Total 1867
Total 1866

765,359

634121

672,926

841,242

1,152,876

2.072,406
3,652,443

below that

sources,

has

$13,186,222 $16,332,984 $11,579,381 $13,186,232
2,472,895
126,719

7,485,945

1,740,109

1,8P0,857
142,892

136,491

1,475,363

1,743,431

1,825,802
1,966,839

5,724,849

ExceaB of withdrawals

6,109,861
406,102

671,832

2,830,528
10,838,803
$23,270,781 $18,731,416 $16,449,656 $30,639,488
-

Excess of reported supply over

2,423,684
2,459,817

Regular Board

statement

From which deduct amounts withdrawn
from

29,980
18,950
33,857
91,613
b,409

1,658,325

“

a

again
been about three times the amount derived from
California.
January. February.
March. Since Jan.l.
Specie in banka at or near com-

61,269

34.615
80,561
6,562

from

seen

goid derived from unreported

20,344
49,501
56,504
4,703

Steamship44
Other

2,4t>t

It will be

fornia

.

Railroad

,

the amount of

U.

S.

Treasury for

226,683
17,674

6,136,087

market, viz:

$2,551,356

$2,124,461

$1,837,824

$6,513,641

9,520,385

Paid into

11,452,204

12,198,039

33,170,628

$12,071,741 $13,576,665 $14,035,863 $39,684,269
$11,199,040
over re¬

$5,154,751

$2,413,793

*

ported supply

9,144,781
United States securities have been
16,332,984
11,579,381
8,522,609
8,522,609
upon the whole inactive,
and have reacted from the
$5,133,944 $6,424,630 $6,108,818 $17,667,390
high prices reached at the close of
The sources of this
large extra-supply, by which the mar¬
February. While there has been no foreign demand, and ket has been
sustained, are numerous and divergent. From
the price of
gold has declined about 6 points, there appears the sales of gold effected
by the Treasury probably the larger
to have been a
steady flow of bonds out of the hands of tra¬ portion is derived ; but in additiou to the receipts from this
source there is a considerable amount
ders, compelled probably by the pressure of the
brought in hand by
times; and
these circumstances
persons returning from California, and by
immigrants from
appear to have chiefly contributed to the
foreign countries, while at the same time the overland ship¬
fallf-ranging from to
on the several classes of bonds:
ments from the mines of
Colorado,' Montana and Idaho are
the only
exception being in the case of the new Sixty-fives. rapidly increasing, and
becoming a very important item in
The amount of Government Bonds and
Notes, State and city our supply of the precious metals. In the above table it will be
bonds and
company bonds, sold at the Regular Board, in the seen that from these sources and from private hoards the market
has received over 17 millions of
last three months,
gold since the first of January.
compare as follows:
The following table gives the
fluctuations of gold coin at
January. Febrnary.
March. Since Jan. 1.
New York daily for the
United States Bonds
$6,863,300
past n#nth :

Company Bonds

Total, 1867
“

The

1066

course

1,988,200

2,524,800
732,500

$6,150,300

1,764,850
.

2,422,800
752,200

$5,689,050

1,039,430

3,936,500
731,500

$12,108,800 $11,090,150 $11,396,480
12,155,700

9,822,000

of United States’ bonds in

10,622,840

$18,702,650

t*
•r*

0

Date.

o

p.

$34,595,430
32,600,5.0

Europe has been
steadily upward. Although large amounts were sent thither
in January and
February, and have since been in course of
distribution, yet Five-twenties rose at London from 73#, at the
opening of the month, to 75^ at the close. Illinois Central
and Erie shares have
respectively advanced at London 3^ per
cent., following the fall in the premium on
gold.
The closing quotations for consols and
certain American
Securities
(specified) at London, a* received by the Atlantic
pable, are given in the following tabulation;




COURSE OF GOLD AT NEW

4,792,480
8,884,100
2,216,200

O

it
o

l-J

ja
M

H

YORK, MARCH, 1867.

be
a

tUL

ra

Date.

o

V

Oi

5

©

Lowest. High’st
i

Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday

140* 138* 140* 139* Thursday.. ..21
134*
139* 138* IS®* H38 * Friday
22 134*
(Saturday
23 134*
139
138* 139
133* Sunday
24
5 138*
136*1138* 136* Monday
25 i34*
Wednesday. 6 136* 135* 136* 135* Tuesday
26 133*
7 134* 133* 134*
Thursday
134* Wednesday. .27 134*
8 134* 133*
Friday
134* 134* Thursday.... 28 134*
9 134* 134 * 135
Saturday.
134* Friday
,.29 184*
.10!
8unday

|

United States Not* s
State and City Bonds

..

,

....

.

.

.. .

.

.

.

Monday
Tuesday

.11)135
,12 134*
Wednesday. .13 133*
Thursday.... .14 134*
.15 131*
Friday

134*
133*
133*
134*

135*
134*
134*
134*

Saturday

30 134

t

,

133*
133*
134*
134*
134*
134*

134*
134*
134*
134*
134*

...

131*
134*
134*
124*

134*

134* 134

134* Sunday
31
133*
134* March..1867.... 140* 133* 140*
1S60.... 136* 124* 136*
134*
“
134
134* 134*
1865.... 201
148* 201
44
16 134* 134* 134*
Saturday
134*
1S64.... 159* 15®
169*
44
17
Sunday
1863
171* 139
171*
44
Monday
134* 134
134* 134*
1862.... 102* 101* 102*
134
Tuesday
133* 134* 134*
Wednesday,. .201134* 134* 134* 134* S'ce Jan. 1,1867
132* 132* 140*
44

i

134* 134* 134*
134* 134* 134*
184* 134* 134*

134

127*
151*
164*
149*
101*
!S4

425

THE CHRONICLE.

April 6,1867.]

business in England, during the period embraced in. these
Foreign Exchange has been more active, and with a dimin¬
ished supply of bills the tendency of rates has been upwards. returns was unusually quieter, transactions to a ratber impor¬
Th* range for 60 days bankers’ sterling has been from 108@ tant extent took place in good3, for shipment to America, of a
109£, the latter rate having been reached near the middle of speculative character. This seems to have arisen out of the
the month, since which the quotation has fluctuated between agitation in this country of the tariff question, since it was
almost generally anticipated in England that higher import
I08f and 109J. The steadiness of the market for the past
duties would be imposed, and therefore goods were hurried
two or three weeks has been, in a great ipeasure,[due to the
brward in order that they might reach New York previously
near exhaustion of the cotton crop, on which the supply of
bills has for some time past materially depended. Tiie follow- to new regulations coming into operation. Had it not been
'or this circumstance, the exports of British and Irish produce
ingare the daily quotations for bills on the principal commer¬
and manufactures from Great Britain would undoubtedly have
cial centres:
exhibited a heavier falling oft from last year.
course of foreign exchange (60 days)—march, 1867.
We find that
Paris.
Amsterdam.
Bremen,
London,
Berlin,
Hamburg.
the declared value of these exports to all quarters in January,
cents for
eents for
cents for
centimes
cents for
cents for
for dollar.
M. banco.
thaler.
florin.
rix dalcr.
this year, amounted to £12,78G,842, against £14,354,748
Days. 64 pence.
517*@516* 41*@41* 79 *@79* 36* @86* 72 * @73*
1..
10S*@109
ast year, and £10,489,339 in 1865—of which the following
2.. 108*@1Q8* 518*@516* 41*@41* 78*@79* 36* @86* 72 @72*
3
are the details, so far as this country is concerned:
S18*@616* 40*@41* 78*@78* 36 @36* 71*@73
4..’io3*@io8*
71
36
620
@36*
35*@36 *
36*@36*
36*@36*
35*@36*

@518* 40*@41* 78* @78*
@108*
@108* 625 @518* 40* @41* 78 @73*
108*@108* M8*@517* 41*@41* 78*@79
617*@516* 41*@41* 78* @79
1Q8*@108

108
108

6..

6..
7..

103*@10S*

9..

ii!! io8*@i08*
12.,
13..

108*@108*

14..

109 @109*
109 @109*
108*@109*

15..
16..

10$*<gl09

520

@517*

618*@517*
618*@517*
620 @516*
616*@515
51«*@515
520 @515

41

@41*

78*@78*

36 @36*
?6*@M*
36 @36*

41*@41* 78*@79
4l*@41*
40* @41*'
41 @41*
41 *@41*
40* @41*

78*@79
78* @79
78*@79
78 *@79
76 *@79

36*@36*
36*@36*
35* @36*

21..
22..
23..

71 *@72*
72 @72*
72 @72*
79 @72*
72 @72*

71*@72

^**@71*

36

79 @79*
41 @41* 78* @79
617*@516
108*@109
40*@41* 78*@73*
518*@515
108*@109
517*@516* 41*@41* 79 @79*
1Q3*@109
517* @516* 41*@41* 79 @79*
H**@1Q9
108*@10S* 517*@516* 41*@41* 79 @79*

71*@71
71*@TS*
7*X@72*
72* 72*

@36*
36* @36*
36*@36*
S6*@36*
36* @36*

72*@72*

34..
25
26..
27..
.

28..
29..
30..
31

103*@109
108*@109*
10S*@109*
103*@109*
109 @109*
109 @109*

Mar. 103 @109*
Fib. 108*@109
Jan. 108*@109*
Jan. <fe
Mar. 10S*@109*

617*@516*
517*@516*

518*@516*
5i8*@516*
518*@516*
518*@516*

525 @515
»22*@515
520 @513*

525 @513*

41*@41*
41*@41*
40 *@41*

40* @41 *
41 *@41*
41 *@41*

36*@36*
36*@Sf*
3< @33*
36 *@36*

79 @79*
78**79
7«*@79
79 @79*
79 @79*
79 @79*

72*@7t*
72

36*@36*

@T2*
71*@73
72 @72*
72 @72*

36*@3«*

72

@79*

78 @79* 36*@36* 71*@72*
40*@41* 73*@79* 33 @36* 71*@7t*
41*@41* 76*@79* 36*@3€* 79 @72*
40*@41*

40 @41* 78 @79*

35*@36*

71*@72*

from the books and Treasurer’s returns
in the Treasury Department, on the 1st of February, the 1st of March
and the 1st of April, 1867, comparatively :
Abstract statement, as appears

debt bearing coin interest.

Feb. 1.
?

cent, bonds
H
“
“

41
“

“

‘

of 1867 and 1868....
of 1881
5.20’s

$198,091,350

15,779,442
283,745,250

910,029 500

12,50 J,060

Mary Pension Fund

Mar. 1.

$198,091,350

April 1.
$198,091,350

15,679,442
283,745,400
954,839,000
12,500,000

15,4S2,642
283,745,600
989,562,000
12,500,000

$1,420,145,542 $l,464,t65,192$l,499,381,592
"i

DEBT BEARING CURRENCY INTEREST.

$12,922,000
148,064,64(
663,686,1C

$12,922,000

141,308,830
632,798,050

$12,922,000
139,028,630
582,330,150

$819,672,740

• percent, bonds.
...
3*year Compound Interest Notes.....
3-year 7.30 notes

or

BtiTTISH

IQI4H

AND

PRODUCE

MANUFACTURES

AND

1866

$787,028,880

$734,280,780

1867.

1806.

963

£80,254
7,157

3. 63

5,449

90,812

526,966

7.845

35,349

493,053
29,081

18,70->

31,18S

62,791
182,160

163,948

6,019

25,834

26,464

5414

12,439
66,032

48,035

£27,867

'.

Alkali
Beer and ale
Coals
Cotton Manufactures—
Piece goods

Threat
Earthenware and

TO THE

1867.

AND

1865.

porcelain

Haberdashery and millinery

£70,763
8,501
2,654

62,450

Hardwares and Cutlery—

Knives, forks, &c
Anviis, vices, &c.
Manufactures of German

6,913

silver, &c

8,182

Linen Manufactures—

160,274
10,870

Piece goods.
Thread
Metals—

589,713

875

Castings
Hoops, sheets and boiler plates.
Wrought.
Steel—Un wrought....
Copper, wrought
Lead, pig
Tin plates

30,867
67,400
24,917

375

Bar, <fec
Railroad

2,251
23,653
28,995

5,135
33,596

17,730
240
..

2.S60

23,302

47.320

-

9,841
13,874
102,063

1,720
3,968
900
113

Manufactures— '

Carpets and druggets
Shawls, rugs, &c
....—
Worsted stuffs of wool, and of wool mixed
with other material

•

4,936

10,41*

*,96$

9,681

361

•

1,331
12,874
20,085
72,348
4,561
5,311
86,628

5,448
25,636

3,049

Spirits, British

23,587
29,585
66,151

29,134
4,135

1,603

Broad piece ^oods
Handkerchiefs, scarfs, &c

343,609
16,638

12,760
13,778

39

Oilseed—
Salt
Silk Manufacturer—

Wool
Woolen and Worsted
Cloths of all kinds

17,488

6,742
18,275

Iron—Pig, <fec

Ribbons of silk onlv
Other articles of silk only
Other articles mixed with other materials....

PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES.

5 per

EXTORTS

71*@72*

36*@3f*

lsll i08*@i08* 5i7*@5i«* 4i*@ii*
19..
20..

*@72
71*@7*
72 @72*
72 @7a*

.

7,115

670

% •

....

8,086
m

9,227
379

♦ •

121,449

2,690

128,972
83,361
7,306

109,974

721,368

331,484

23,950
1,427

*

65,247

8,662

computed real value of the principal articles imported
into the United Kingdom from all quarters, last year, was
£238,714,094, against £219,393,987 in 1865, and £226,.
161,840 in 1864.
The

COTTON.

figures relating to this staple are not satisfactory. The
imports from this country have been extremely small, and much
Tbe

From the East Indies the receipts were also
small; but, on the contrary, there is an important increase in
BEARING NO INTEREST.
This circumstance, with the in¬
United States Notes
$381,427,090 $376,235,626 $375,417,249 the arrivals from Egypt.
29,217,495
Fractional currency..
28,743,734
29,514,722
creased production in that country, might have been antici¬
12,590,000
©old certificates of deposit
19,992,980
18,376,180
$430,163,804 $424,126,528 $417,225,^44 pated, notwithstanding that the latest accounts report the ex¬
tent of the crop much below the estimates put forward in the
te debt
$2,685,773,540 $2,690,587,289 $2,668,713,374
and Currency in Treasury
159,823,399 140,285,304 early part of the season. Annexed are the particulars relating
142,423,791
DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED.

$15,791,454

Various bonds and notes

$14,576,689

$12,285,658

below last year.

DEBT

Debt, less coin and

currency

$2,543,349,749 $2,530,763,890 $2,523,428,070

following statement shows the amount of coin and currency
separately at the dates in the foregoing table :
The

Feb. 1.

Currency
T tal

gold coin and

currency.

Mar. 1.

April 1.

$97,854,604
45,069.187

©old Coin

$107,271,031
52,253,368

$105,956,477
34,328,827

$159,823,899

$140,285,304

$142,423,791

to

imports:
IMPORTS OF

COTTON INTO GREAT BRITAIN IN

From United States
Bahamas and Bermudas..

COTTON, BREJlDSTUFFS, ETC.

1866.

1867.

cwts.

cwte.

cwts.

225,867
14,2^8

45,250
•

•

•

a

Mexico

17,350

Brazil

12,947

1,141
41,071

52,501

10.467

27.861

91,465

70/727'
7,779

17,396
8,902

3,943

3,989

151,264

373,944

147,032

Turkey

ISfehindi.::::::::::":
TRADE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES.

JANUARY.

1865.

China
Other countries

Total.

19,337

As accounting, in some degree, for tbe existing dulness in
imports and exports for the month of Janu¬
ary just issued by the Board of Trade in Great Britain are tl^ Liverpool cotton trade during the greater part of January^
comparatively favorable, indicating as they do in a great the figures relating to the exports of cotton from Great Britain
are more than usually important.
They show a large diminumeasure, the extent of the strictly legitimate trade of the
United Kingdom. It should, however, be stated that although tio^in the exports to the Hanse Towns and Holland, but there

The




returns of

426
is

THE CHRONICLE.

slight increase in the shipments

a

to Prussia and Hanover.

The total

f From

falling off in the export in January from the corres¬
ponding month last year, is about 78,500 bales.
The details
of these shipments are
subjoined :
EXPORTS or COTTON FROM

GREAT BRITAIN

IN

1866.

cwts

Prussia
Hanover
Hanee Towns
Holland
Other Countries

London, Saturday, March S3,1867.

1867.

6,116

1.023

96,671

9,292

-

60,245

24,097
65,110

107,271

trade ; hence, the commercial demand continues
comparatively small.
And it appears likely that such will be the case for some lime to
come,
since there seems no immediate
prospect pf a revival of trade; our
colonial and foreign advices not
being of a

38,293

104,798

65,076

.-

6,893

343

-

6.859
26.0(4

116,227

1A773

sufficiently encouraging na¬
At Bombay it was antici¬
pated a short time since that the worst of the crisis had passed ; and
I advised you of this circumstance at the time. But
although matters
then appeared much more
satisfactory, the announcement was prema
ture, the commercial body at Bombay having greatly deceived them
selves as to the real poeition of affairs.
Probably speculation and the
new-company mauia were never any where so rife as at Bombay in
1865. The companies brought out in
England in 1863, 1864, 1865 and
1866, were certainly enormous, for they reached the following totals:
ture to

The following statement shows the
computed real value of
the cotton imported into the United
Kingdom, in each of the
last three years:
__

1805.

„

From United States
Bahamas and Bermudas
Mexico
Brazil

1866.

£1,711,890
4,884,504

34,977.986

4,873,811
1,276,711
18,906.641

2,954,127
4,3*9,793
1,745,878
14.390,507
88,214,723
6,242,504

Turkey

1867.

-

32,035,484
1,379,838
2,884,187

4,896,065

54,273
28.591

3,769,803

China
other countries

Total

25,005,856
1,593,405
8,626,760

565,599
9,200,580
26,270.547
231,736
2,386,029

78,203,729

Egypt

British India

60,032,193

breadstuff*,

compared with 1865. The particulars of imports
UNITED

are

KINGDOM

IN

subjoined

:

JANUARY.

1865.

From Russia

—

cwts

Schleswig, Holstein, & Lauenburg
Mecklenburg

1867.

1,105,277

942,520
99,202
482,183
22,688
36,537

4,860
80,668
4,506

-

23.321

Hanse Towns
France

9,143
17,134
10,772

12,991

214,050
5,527
212,407

177,870

551,281

United

States. 1
British North America..,.

9,837
806,238
71,309

102,931

Turkey, Wallachia, and Moldavia..

Total

Barley

2,014,679

2,280,431

421,018

88,680

126,494
107,458
2,71b

"

2.294

Other Countries

Oats
Peas
Beans
Indian

1866.

216,456
41,767
109,704
13,765

Denmark
Prussia

531.086

194,046
S7

66,950

18,573

894,823

925,866
709,877
190,440
163,724

1,202,958

3C0,O46

860,567
21,871
com or

maize

105,859
68,o83

FLOUR.

1865.
23.673

..cwts

449,868

28,006

1867.

45,517
132,001

75,670
4,343

4, SOS

40,333

1,531

20^727

6,612
146,272

179,941

Total.

Cattat

1866.
15.589

121,921

From Hanse Towns
France
United States
'
British North America.
Other Countiies

566,197

S69,735

fflonetarg anil dammerctal (English Neuia.

BATES OF EXCHANGE AT LONDON, AND ON LONDON
AT

LATEST

EXCHANGE AT LONDON-

EXCHANGE ON LONDON.

MAKCH 22.

LATEST

'

ON—

Amsterdam

Antwerp.-

OATES.

TIME.

...

RATE.

short.

1117
25.40
13. 9
44
25.15
3 months. 26.85
Si
13.15
*4

...

(4

Hamburg
Faria
Paris
Vienna
Berlin

44

8t. Petersburg

44

Cadiz

4«

Lisbon
Milan

44

Genoa

44

Naples.

»•

44

New York....
Jamaica
Havana
Rio de Janeiro
Buenos Ayres.

—

—

—

Valparaiso....
Pernambuco..
Singapore
Hong Kong...
Ceylon

days.
44

44
44

Bombay

Madras
Calcutta




49
52
26 90
26.90
26.00

@49%
@ 52%

@26.97%
@26.97%
@26.97%

44
44

80

days.

11.85

—

—

is. 5Xd.
4s. 5Xd.
3 p. c. dis.

lfll%§@

-

l*ll%d@

Feb. 24.
Feb. 14.
Feb. 3.
March 1.
Feb. 7.
Feb. 27.
Feb. 16.
Mar. 8.

dis.

..

53%

Feb. 8.

days.

108%
1% p. c. prem.
14@14% prem.
23% (§23%

6 mo’s. is.

45% @46
24 @24%

5%<f.©4.6
45. 4%<2.@—
2%@3 p. c. prem,
25.
2s.
25.

80

days. 1% p.

C%d.
0%tf.

0Md.
c. prem.

5,952,750

45,750.000
25,516,000
15, >.75,000
19,353,000
9,745,000

4,391,950

8,385,250
1,677,500
1,869,100
1,810,000
3,018,800
1,293,350

11,145,(00
3,185,000
14,483,000

£373,230,500 £268,156,900

companies in 1864

587,600

2,249,100

£35,6^8.640
£268,166,900
35,815,000
15,090,600
SuO.OQO

;....

1866, about
Total

capital offered

£318,862,500

of which have ceased to exist. But although these totals are
undoubtedly are less in proportion than those brought
before the public at Bombay in the same period. I have not met with
a statement
showing the exact number, but most of the merchant* at
Bombay admit this fact, and it is to the heavy liabilities incurred by
the shareholders in these undertakings that the
protractedness of the
crisis at Bombay must be attributed'. Our latest advices
by the mail
delivered yeeterday, with intelligence to Feb. 28, indicate a
great state
of excitement at the port, which had only been
allayed by the announce¬
ment that the Government would assist the Bank of
Bombay to its full
ability, and would transmit fuuds from Calcutta in case of need. The capii
tal of the Bank of Bombay is only £1,045,000, while the securities held
on account of advances made to
comparies now in course of liquidation,
or in a
semi-bankrupt state, amount to rather more than £2,000,000.
During the week ending Feb. 28, the run upon the bank had been
heavy in the extreme, large sums of money having been withdrawn for
transmission up country, or had been taken ou* by alarmed
depositors.
In this way, the coin held by the institution had decreased in cne week
to the extent of one million sterling.
Commercially, the effect of this
return of the panic is very discouraging, and this is intensified
by the
—many

great, they

fact that the position of affairs in China and Australia is also less satis¬

factory. These only amount at present to rumors, although, with re¬
gard to China, it seems almost certain that, with the heavy losses sus¬
tained by shippers of tea, numerous failures must take
place shortly
both at Hong Kong and Shanghai.
1
The position of commercial affairs her9 may in some
degree be as¬
certained by observing the fluctuations in the Bank returns since the
commencement of the year.
In the annexed statement, two items ore
selected, viz., the supply of bullion, and the amount of “ other securi¬
ties,” or advances upon bills of exchange, Ac. The figures show a
large falling off in the requirements of the commercial body, and if
such be the case,

there must be

a

decline in the extent of

The Bank return must be considered
of

32®—

17,903,000

Deposits.
£10,114,040

6,752,000

876

our

trade

as

as

good

an

the Board of Trade returns themselves.

The

compared with those of the Bank of France, which show
striking results :
ADVANCES.

,

England.

January 2
“

“

18,716,418
18,317.542

18,201,350

22,884,092
24,799,700
21,838,152
21,658,100
20,847,884

19,190,383

February 6
18
20
27

“

✓.

♦larch 6
“

24,870.000

19,411,778

39

“

27,746,404

27,771,740
26,735,724
28,406.132
25,369.228

23,..

“

“

France.
£23,209,016

£22,816,503
21,750.978
19,999,718

9
16

“

Bank of

13..;
20

In this connection the

18,046,819
18,653,252

18,604,404
18,876,733

our

trade.

indicator of the state

are

50%@50%

—

1 p. c.

@
25.22%

..

Bank of

-

lall%d@

26.15

7,640,000
8,875,000

81

..

.

GO
—

@

26.17)*®
13.7%@

March 19.;30 days.

March 22. 60 days.
Feb. 23. 99 days.

—

—

60

short.

©13. 9%
@25.25
8 mo’s.
@25.40
@13.25
6.25%@ 6.26%
March 22.: 3 mo’e.
31%© 31%

—

,

Sydney

@11.17% March 22.

BATE.

@25.45

—

—

TIME.

DATE.

82
17

..

..

Gas.

offered.

£64,902.900
61,950,000

83
48
88
147

..

Building: and investment

“

Capital

£84,770,000
72,950,000
69,350,000
86,796,000
28,775,000
25,238,000
13,485,000
12,448,500

50

..

..

so

WHEAT.

283

..

Financial aDd discount

To the capital offered
Add new issues by existing
“
1865

Capital

comps. authorized.

Manufacturing and trading....

siderable decrease in this year’s receipts, as
compared with
1866, there i9, on the other hand, an important increase, as
THE

extended shipments.

Banking

in most other branches of trade* in Eng¬
land, there is very little speculation, and as the imports of
wheat and flour are on a moderately extensive scale, a
rapid
upward movement in prices is checked. There was, however,
at the date of our latest
advices, a slight upward movement in
prices perceptible ; but millers were operating with extreme
caution, while the trade, in consequence, presented a rather
•luggish appearance. The import of wheat and flour from
France in January was 464,000 £wts., against 754,000 cwts.
in 1866, and 189,000 in 1885, so that while there is a con¬

INTO

more

No. of

as

IMPORTS OF BREADSTUFFS

justify

77,521,406

BREADSTUFFS.

In

Correspondent.]

regards the money market we are without doubt approaching a
period of greater ease. The unemployed supply both here and at Paris
is rapidly increasing, and there
appears to be but few channels in which
a profitable use
of it can be guaranteed. As yet there is no revival of

2,461
......

our own

As

JANUARY.

1865.

To Russia

[April 6, 1867.

figures

even more

-BULLION. -

Bank of

♦Bank of
France.

England.
£19,415,3^2

£27,002,156

19,438,852
19,280,845

26.180,400

19.891,64S
18,890,422

19,424,193
19,177,382
19,311,413
19,390,312
19,373,965
19,256,235

19,461,446

26,291,612
26,679,920
26.S77.620
27,725.960
28,229,316
29 987.713

29,167,024
29,900,132
30,207,000

80,445,034

following will be of interest, showing the rates

April 6,1887.]

THE CHRONICLE.

of discount at the Bank and in the open
rams dates:
_

.

Bank
Jan 2 ...
“
9
“
18....
“28..
“
30....

sx
3X

Feb. 6....

3
3
3

2X

the directors have sold

and that the

Bank
rate,

Feb IS....
“20....
‘*27...
Mar. 6
“
18....

••

2X-X
2X-X

3

Open
..

3X
2X-3

2X-X
2X
2X

_

—London—s

,

rate, market
3
2X
3
2X
3
2X ..

3X

sx
3X
3X

..

Bank

Open

The

at

.

I——Farif

-London—*

market at the two cities

-•

“

-•

20

...

Paris—>
Bank Open
,

Open

market,

rate, market
8
ax
3
2X ..
S
2X
3
2X-X
3
2X~X
3
2X-X

2X-X 3
3
3
3
3
3

2X
2X
2X
2X

of their branch lines to another
company,
this sale will enable the company to meet its

proceeds of

following statement shows the course of the market for United
Five-twenty bonds on the [Continent during the week ending
Thureday:
States

SIX PER CENTS.

Mar. 16. Mar. 18. Mar. 19. Mar. 20.
Mar. 21.
7715-16 77X
77X
77 15-16 781-16
77 X
77X
77X
77X
77X
78
77X
78
78
78X

At Amsterdam

Frankfort..

..

one

427

Berlin

The wheat trade has become
greater, but both

produce is held

English and foreign
Millers, however, operate with ex¬

at extreme rates.

treme caution

; hence, there is no life in the trade.
The easterly winds
present difficulties.
have now ceased, and a
large arrival of Black Sea produce is expected
Owing to the near approach of the close of the .quarter, there has in the course of the next week.
baen a good demand for accomodation this week, and the
supply of cap¬
ital seeking employment in this channel has somewhat fallen offi It is
English Market Reports—Per Cable.
London Money Market.—American
anticipated, for the reason referred to above, that after the quarterly
securities, with exception of
payments shall have been met, and the dividends paid, the money mar¬ Erie, are generally firm. U. S. 6’s have fluctuated during the week
from 78$ and 75$,
ket will fall into a state of extreme ease, and a decline in the
closing at 75$ ; Illinois Central shares, after selling
rate to 2$,
at 79$, receded, and closed at
or even 2 per cent, take
place. Such is the discredit into which new
78$; and Erie, which sold on Monday at
companies have fallen, that no fresh undertakings are suggested, and 89$, closed on Thursday at 8S.
unless their prospects of success were amazingly
Fri. 25
29.
Sat. 80. Mon.l. Tues. 2.
good, it is certain very Consols for
Wed. 3. Thur. 4.
money
91X
91
01X
91
91
little capital would be subscribed, or shares taken
91
U S. 6’a (1862)
75
upt
Annexed are Illinois
74 X
75X
75
75
75X
Central shares.. 78X
the present rates, so far as the best
70
79X
79
7SX
paper is concerned:
78X
Erie Railway shares.....
39
.

.

wx

.

Per Cent.

Bank minimum
Open market rates:
80 to 60 days’ bills
8 months’ .bills

3

@—

2X@—
2X@—

It is rumored that the Great

vised

4 months’ bank bills
6 months’bank hills
4 & 6 months’ trade bills....

Western

Per Cent

2X@8
8

@3X

SX@4

Railway Company have de¬

plan for paying off their debentures now due. It is stated that
foreign exchange are firmer, the demand for remittance
the Continent having fallen off. On the other
hand, owing to the

downward movement in the rate of discount
a

tendency for foreign capital to

the low

rates current

Continental

here.

the

Continent, there is
towards London,
notwithstanding
Annexed are the rates at the
on

move

leading
cities; the principal change is at Hamburg, at which
city

the minimum does not exceed 1$ per cent.:
Bank
Open
rate,

so e

At Paris

.

2X:X

4

3

2*

8X adv

Frankfort
Amsterdam

Turin

8#

Open

rate,
$ c.

so r

4

“

Pank

market,

8**

..

Vienna
Berlin

market.

Brussels

'2X

3X adv

Madrid

6

3

c.

—

3

“

—

$

5

—

Hamburg
IX
St. Petersburg.
2*
7
8@9
In reference to the bullion market there is no favorable
feature to
notice. Scarcely any inquiry exists for silver for
shipment to the East,
and the Continental demand is
silver has been
silver is rather
of at previous
and silver:

—

3

undoubtedly below the average. Bar
reduced one-eighth of a
^penny fper (ounce, and dore
cheaper. Mexican dollars, however, have been disposed

quotations.

Annexed

are

the prices current for gold
8.

Bar Gold
do
Fine
do
Reflnable

..

d.

s.

77
77
77
74
74
76

.per oz. standard.
do
last price
do
Spanish Doubloons
..per oz.
South American Doubloons.
do
United States Gold Coin....
do
.

9
9

<a-

SILVER.
S.

Bar Silver

containing 5

Fine Cake Silver

.per oz. standard.

grs.

gold

5
5
5
4

do

-

Mexican Dollars

@—

11

0
0

d.|
—

—

0
—

d.

84X
78X

Frankfort

Thur.

84 X
78

9tock

This is 20,000 bales

on

IX
-1

Friday.

39

88

decline

to

S4X

84X
77*

78

hand this

84«
77*

day week

was

the estimate, which fact, com¬

over

bined with the

general depression of the Manchester trade, has caused
prices lower than experienced since the close of the war ;
Fri., 29.
Quiet,

Tone of market
Bales sold

Mon., 1.

Dull.
8,000

Dull.

7,000

18Xd.

Closing quotations.

Sat., 80.
13d.

Tnes., 3.

Wed., 3. Thur., 4.

Dull.
7,000

10,000
18d.

Dull.

Dull.

10,000

12X@13d. 12X@Xd-

8,000

12Xd.

Liverpool Breadstuffs Market.—Breadstuffs are quite firm, with a
tendency to an advance. Barley and Oats are higher. A large sale
of California white wheat for the New York
market is announced
Fri. 29. 1 Sat.;30.1 Mon .1.
s. d.
8. d.
8. d.
13 8
13 3
13 8
18 6
18
6
13 6
Barley
4 6
per 60 lbs
4 6
4 6
Oats (Am. & Can.) per 45 "
3 8
3 3
3 3
st. mx’d) p. 48(
39 0
89 6
40 0
28 9
28 9
28 9

Tues. 2.
s.

13
13
4
3

41
28

d.
3
6
6
3
0
9

:

Wed. 3.
d.

8.

18
13
4
3
40
28

s.

d.

8
6

13

7

4

4

3

6
7
4

6
9

Liverpool Provisions Market.—Provisions of all kinds are quiet:
pork have advanced ; lard and bacon have lost price. Cheese
steady.

beef and
is

*

Fri. 29. Sat. 30.
d.

s.

Bacon (Cum. cut) p. 112 lbs
Lard (American)
“
“
Cheese (mid. Am.) “
“

Mon 1.

d.
124 6

s.

124

77

6

76

40

0

40

6

76
40
49
60

60
60

0

0

50
60

0
6
6
0

0
0
0
0

Liverpool Produce Market.—Produce
Common rosin and ashes

lower

are

Fri. 29.
8.

Rosin

(com Wilm.).
,flne).
Sp turpentine
Petro. (std white)
]
spirits
]
Tallow (American). .p
Clover seed (Am. red)

1

*“

cake
oil

0
8 9

17
37
1

0

62
66

(obrg)...

■

0

44
54
51

0

#

66

.

£10 0 £10
£39 0 £39
£41 0 £41

Advices from Manchester
and yarns

are

d.

34

6

,

Scotch pig (mxd nnm.
Linseed (Calcutta).
“

s.

0 11
44 6

“

d.
0

s.

127

0
6
0
0

77
38
49
60

s.

0

6

77
88
49
60

6
6
0

d.

127

Mon 1. Tue2. Wed. 8.
8. d.
8. c L
s. < i.
84 0
8 9
16 0
87 0
1 6
0 11
44 6
54 0
61 6

a

83

8
0
16
3
37
6
1
11
0
6
44
0
64
6
62
0
66 0
66
0 £10 0 £10 0
0 £39 0 £39 0
0 £41 0 £410

unfavorable.

is depressed, and exhibits

76
40
49
60

Wed. 8„ Thu 4.

6
6
3
0

is without material

Sat. 30.

0
8 9
16 0
87 0

d.
127 6
s.

change
spirits of turpentine higher.

;

Ia.

84

Tues. 2.

d.

s.

Beef(ex.pr. mess) p. 804 lbs 125 0

ox

securities has,
whole, ruled firm. At one period of the week Consols, for ac¬
count, were at 91$@f, but since then a decline of $
per cent, has taken
place. India securities have been very firm, and have been
freely dealt
m for
investment.. As much as £110 has been paid for the 5 per
cent,
stock. The
following statement ehows the highest and lowest prices of
Consols each day
during the week :
Wed’y.

S1X
78X

Liverpool Cotton Market.—The
644,000 bales.
a

39 X

:

d.

s.

OX <& 5
1
@5
6X
11X @-

the

Week ending Mar. 28.
Monday Tuesday.

follows

—

2X

The Government broker has contiuued hi3
purchases of stock for the
reduction of the national debt, and the market for home
on

as

Paris

—

@75

S9X

quotations for U. S. 6’s of 1862, at Paris and Frankfort, have

Fork (East, prime mess) per
200 lbs
""lib

GOLD.

do

ranged

a

The rates of
to

The

6
9
0
0
6
11
6

9
0
0

Th.< A
8. d.
83 0
8 6
16 0
37 3
1 6
Oil
44 6
54 0
52 0
66 0

33 6
8 6
16 0
87 6
1 6
0 11
44
54

62
66
£10 0
£39 0
£41 0

6

0
0
0

£10 0
£39 0
£41 0

The market for goods

declining tendency.

Sat.

Consols for money.... 91@91X
90X@91X 99X@P1X 91X@X 90X-1X 91X@X
United States 5-20 bonds have been dealt in to a
moderate extent
and prices have, on the
whole, ruled firm. Erie Railway shares and

COMMERCIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
Imports

and

Exports

Week.—The imports this week show &
goods, and a large decrease in general merchandise,

large decrease in

for the

dry
Illinois Centrals have been flat, and
quotations have given way. For the total being only $4,242,200 against
$6,327,863 last week, and
Atlantic and Great Weetern
Railway securities the market has been $4,601,700 the previous week. The exports are
$4,650,390 this week,
flat. United States 5-20 bonds close this
evening at 74$@74$, Erie against $4,886,282 last week, and $4,815,946 the
previous week. The
Railway shares 88$@3P$, Illinois Centrals 78$@78$, Atlantic and
exports of cotton the past week were 18,863 bales, against 19,466 bales
Great Western debentures
31^(3)32$, do. consolidated mortgage bonds last week. The
following are the imports at New York for week end¬
28}@24. The lowest and highest prices of the principal American
ing (for dry goods) March 29, and for the week ending (for
•ecurities daring the week are
general
subjoined:
HIGHEST AND LOWEST PRICES
W eek

merchandise) March

OF PRINCIPAL AMERICAN

SECURITIES.

ending Mar. 23 Monday. Tuesday. Wed’day Thu’day. Friday.
Sat’rday.

U. 8. 5-20’s
Atlantic & G’t West- 74X-74X 74X-74X !74X-74X 74X-74X 74X-74X
ern consol’d bonds
24X-25X 24X-24X 24X-24X 23X-24X 23X-24
&le Shares
($100).. 39X-40 39X-40 40 -40X 39X-40 33X-39X
Illinois

shares ($100) ....-78




77X-78X 78X-78X 78X-79

78X-78X

80

Dry goods

General merchandise...

2* *

38 8KK*ii.

:

TORSION IMPORTS AT NEW YORK POR THE
WEEK.

**

Total for the week

Previously reported
Since Jan. 1

1864.

$1,711,286

1865.

$825,668

3,316,436

1,941.385

$5,027,722
62,402,795

$2,767,053

$57,480,617

$32,245,465

29,478,412

1866.

1867.

$2,549,331

$1,217,022
8,025,178

3,423.972

$5,973,303
73,796,759

$6,242,200
68,872,164

$79,770,062

$63,114,364

will be found the imports of dry

report of the dry-goods trade
goods for one week later.
In

our

following is a statement of the exports (exclusive
port of New York to foreign ports, for the week

The

1.36 86.the

ofjmecie) from

endhuf^Tpril 2 :

EXPORTS FROM HEW

YORK FOR THE WEEK,

$2,301,742

$3,177,025

35,791,200

51,126,093

$38,968,225

$53,427,835

Previously reported....

Since Jan. 1

j

1866/
$3,953,456

1865.

1864.

For the week

1867.

To
Great Britain...
France
Holland A Belg.

$60,872,431 ' $51,082,034

Since
Jan. 1,1867

This
week.

21,930
183,004

642,179

55,236

Other S. Europe
East Indies..
China A Japan .

661,412

113,403

1,827,120
472,537
856,440

144,460
91,412
•

Brazil
OtherS. A. ports
All other ports.

109,154

.

.

.

531,770
999,080

271,886

1,109

the port of New

Gold coin...*
30—St. Hammonia,

Havana,

$19,646

Ham.,

500

Foreign silver

$249,892

American gold....
American silver...
30-Sr. City of Wash¬

Silver bars
30—St. Guiding
Silver coin
Gold coin

15,000
3,100

ington, Liv’pool,

13,000

Star, Hav.,

6,068,603

Previously reported

Total since Jan. 1, 1867

...

Same time In
1858
1857
1856

Same time in

$5,368,304
4,471,834
10,201,367
15,116,344
8,885,496
1,480,522
4,212,702

1864

1862-.
1861
1860
1859

The

8,803,619

imports of tpecie at this port

Gold
25—St Rising Star,
Gold
.

during the week have been as—
Silver
$300
Mar. 27—St. Hammonia,

•

“

....$9,330,736
6,505,400
3,802,573
4,539,467
3,891,533
2,474,690
7,052,415

1855
1854
1853
1852

Mar. 25—St. North America,
St. Thomas“

$6,513,641

-

Ham.,

“

Gold

863

Gold

$600

Asp’wl,

6,000

29—Brig Excelsior, Berm’da,

7,722

$14,985

Total for the week

393,154

Previously reported

L

r
$408,139
Treasure from California.—The steamship Henry Chauncey, from
Aspinwall March 24, arrived at this port April 1, bringing the following
Total since January 1,

-

1867

list of treasure :

FROM SAN

Dabney, Morgan a Co
Panama RaHroad Co

....

FRANCISCO.

$205,081 29

$41,016 66 I Lees A Waller.
21,381 01 | Order

53,000 00 1
51,512 89 |

Eugene Kelly A Co
Wells, Fargo & Co

520,000 00

Total from S. Francisco $891,991 85

FROM ASPINWALL.

Maitland, Phelps * Co.
Wells, Fargo A Co

$,130 00

$2,000 00 I Ribon a Munoz

..

1,160 00 |

Total from

The

from San Francisco since

the commence¬

shown in the following statement:

At date.
818,818
244,888
20.New York.. 525,956 1,400,729
24.Rising Star.. 833,151
Jan. 81.H. Chauncey 1,072,17 > 2,472,8 5
Feb.IO.Ocean Queen 788,027 3,260,922 April 1 H. Chauncey 891,992
Date.

At date. Jan. 1.

Steamship.

lO.RisiDg Star. $874,764

“

$874,764

Date.
Steamship.
Mar. 4.H. Chauncey.
13.Ocean Queen
“

“

Jan. 1.
5,031,822
5,270.710
6,109,861

7,001,853

952,082 4,213,004
P*?March Statement of the Assistant Treasurer.—We are
debted to the Cashier of the Office of the Assistant Treasurer for
Feb.22.Ris ng star

26,1867
Receipts during the

in¬

the

business of the month of March:
DISBURSEMENTS.
$114,386,874 SO

month:

„

$12,198,039 23
4,094,700 00

On account of customs
Gold notes.
Internal revenue

Post-office

336,323 92
678,538 33

Department.

4,326 95
43,816,405 87
10,588,82 ^ 34
198,976 19
4,346,159 75— 79,725,795 58

Disbursing accounts...
Assay Office
Interest accounts

$194 111,870 88
Payments during the

month:

$78,734,992 78

Treasury drafts
Post-office drafts
Disbursing accounts

Asssy-Offlce
Interest accounts, viz.:
In coin
In currency..

Balance.
■M

Balance to cr.
Balance to cr.

Treasurer United States
disbursing accounts

Balance, Assay Office
Balance to cr. Interest

accounts

By receipts for customs In March, 1866
do
do
do 1867

^Increase




do

^

do

1867

At Bank.

April 15. Companys Office Apr. 18 to Apr. 16.

•

23
10,397,658 01
230,495 02
2,830,526 50
959,069 34— 93,477,744 88
$100,634,126 00
—.
$87,243,082 73
9,620,243 74
2,501,049 79
1,269,749 74—100,634,120 00

April 1. 13 Exch. st. Bost
2* April 15. 412Wal’t st Phil.
6

April *5. Wells, FargoAC Apr. 13 to Apr. 29.

6
5

April 10. Companys Office Apr. 3 to Apr. 10.

BOARDS.
sold at

THE STOCK

AT

BUSINESS

71 Wall St.

April 3.

statement shows the description and number of shares
Regular and Open Boards conjointly on each day and for the week

The following
the
on

April 1 to April 8.

4

Eagle Fire

ending

Friday;
Mon.

Sat.
170

Bank Shares

290

Tuea.
145

Wed.
84

Week.

Thnrs. Fri’y.
50
128

857

Railroad shares, viz.

Chicago A Alton
do
Chic. Burl. A

Chicago A Northwestern.
do
Pref.
do
Chicago, R. Isl A Pacific.
Cleveland & Pittsburg....
Cleveland and Toledo
Erie Railway
do preferred
Hudson River..
Illinois Central
Marietta A Gin.

2,300
4,400
400

York Central

Pitts., Ft. Wayne A Chic.
Reading
St. L., Alton A T. H. pref

Coal—Cumberland...Delaw’e & Hud.
Wiikesbarre

Mining— Consol.

Can

4,400

do

4,800

Quicksilver
ImprovnCt— Bo s t. W. Pow.
Canton......

eUgraph—West’n Union
Steamship—Atlantic Mail.
1

,

.

,

3,400
34
•

•

•

2,200
.

Pacific Mail

..

.

.

2.400

....

33
15

m

....

m

m

‘356
13,000

17,100

•

•

.

.

1,550

•

40

...

100
200

1,100

.

.

.

952

900
500
1.200

•

•

•

.

•

.

•

800

1,813

300
100

1,060

....

,,,,

....

....

•

.

.

.

.

400
500
400

100
100
700
....

Sat.

Mon.

$100,000
116,500

$6,000
133,500

9,000

12,500

12,350

60,400

Illinois 6’»
Missouri 6’s...
New7 York 5’s..
7’s..
do
N. Carolina 6’s.

2,000
3,00)

2,500
8.655

400

1,600
7,795

5,475

28,602

5,970

220

5
3

•

15
495

•

•

•

•

300

....

....

...

_

....

341

....

Ohio 6’s...
Rhode Isl’d 6’s
Tennessee 6’s..

....

Virginia 6’s—

....

City Bonds, viz:
Brooklyn 6’s...

—

Jersey City 6’s.
New York 6’b..

31,000

20,000

35,000

at the'

4,000

4,000

15,500 154,000

299,750

22,000
6,000
1,000
8,000

4,000

6,000

25,000
6,000

41,666

2,000

24,000

14,000

92,000

10,'666

9,000

10,000
133,000

29,000

2,000

3,000
3,000

15,000

31,000

21,000

25.500

6.000

14,000
12,000

9,000
5,000

8,000

Friday, April

The Money

1,242

$2,000 $139,500
545,600
130,100
5,000
129,000
35,000

7,000

3,000

....

Bonds, viz :
28,000

255
23
15

1,000
2,000

....

Company
Railroad

2,700

the following statement:
Week.

$6,500 $25,000 $
12,000 101,500
62,000
5,000
54.500 18,000

1,000
5,000

1,450
1,100

400

Bonds, viz.:

Georgia T’s....

500

1,900

600
200

Tues.

22.500

1,500

1,300

The amount of Government, State and City and other bonds sold
Regular Board, daily and for the week, ar3 given in Thur.
Frl.
Wed.
U. S. 6’s, 1881 .
U.S 6’s (5-201s).
U.S 6’s (old) ...
U.S. 5’s (10-408)
U.S 5’s (old)
U. S 7-30 notes.

220
550

3,505

....

11

12 '

100
33
27

600

....

•

43,695
p

....

1,200

2,210
•

,,,,

600

....

....

1,450

•

8,470

....

200
200
50

1,100
100
400

.

40

17,050

300

650

1,100

•

....

.

....

....

5T

4,400

...

•

50

100
120

43,470

8.300

.

•

•

100

513

30
20

95

.

...

.

.

14,175
1,600

....

•

•

V

360
900

6

1,400

....

2.500
100

....

250

....

•

•

10,700 69.000
....

4,100
3,700
6,600 22,900

3,250

200
ICO
100
200

.

800

....

400

.

.

;400

....

i

14,626

17

....

100

7,520

.

530
465

....

.

100

s

•

j

.

.

40
400

•

.

.

200

150

....

.

600

115

....

•

‘431
3,000
2,300

....

....

•

700
200

200

•

60,650
44,890
27,200
4,000

1,100

....

9,000

16,400

14,250
6,700

100

a

....

.

900
200

....

American.
,.
United States...

Wells, Far. A Co

m

2,750
14,000

1,000

131
•

....

1,800
3,025

.

“

200

4.850

200

•

Express— Adams
“

1,600

230
150

Pref..

“

“

8.800

18,000
8,650
8,700

200
330
100

90

....

Gregory.

Mariposa

“

1,500

....

Stonington
100
Tol., Wabash A West’n...
Miscellaneous shares, viz.

“

6.850
1,200

5,‘466

....

Sixth Avenue

1

7,550

5,000

300

1,000

2d pref...

New York A N. Haven .
Ohio A Mississippi ($100)
Panama

‘

4,400

3.850

900

4,800
4,140
4,600

....

Michigan Central
Michigan Southern
Milwaukee A St. P
do
do pref....
»w

600
5000

285
200
100
30

100
30
200

preferred..

Quincy

50

75
100

100

20

40
100

Central of New Jersey...

State

3,564.009 00

Transfers
Patent fees
Miscellaneous

April 1\

4

-

Pref.

Insurance.
North River

“

RECEIPTS AND

Balance Feb.

5

*

Ogden, A L. Champ.
Lehigh Valley......
Cleveland A Toledo

.

following statement of the

WHERE.

Railroad*.

“

Since

Since

Jan.

WHEN.

Banks.

$898,281 85

arrivals of treasure

ment of the year, are

$6,290 00

Aspinwall...

Total from both sources

BOOKS CLOSED.

o’t.

p.

Gallatin National

45.000
98,900

$445,038

Total for the week

1866

PAYABLE.
EATl

NAME OF COMPANY.

H idson River

Castle,

tables will be continued daily,

325.498

36,721
17,382

the exports of specie from
March 30, 1867

Spanish D’bloons,

from day to day lists of bonds, Ac., lost, and
and on Saturday
morning such as have betn published through the week in the Bulletin
will be collected and published in the Chronicle. Below will be found thoss
published the last week in the Bulletin
We give in our Bulletin
dividends declared.
These

206.841

.

400,143

67,692

The following will show
York for the week ending

Mar. 29^—St. Moro

$1,890,152
285,231

Venezuela
Br. Guiana

.

Australia
Br.N A Colonies

“

Other W. I
Mexico
New Granada...

173,764
121,017

..

$170,189

Hayti

3,026,174
1,123,43S
4,913,471

161,992
126,973
876,328

Since
Jan. 1.

This
week.

To
Cuba

$2,592,913 $31,366,156

N.Europe

Spain

DIVIDENDS.

exports from

Germany

Other

<£f)t Bankers’ <§a?ette.

46,431,644

56,918,975

-

quarterly report of the National Bank of the
Republic, of Philadelphia, and also to the notice of an increase of its'
capital to $1,000,000, which will be found in our advertising columns
We call attention to the

$4,6o0,890

this port to different countries (exclusive
specie) for the past week, and since January 1, is shown in the folThe value of

of

[April 6,1867.

THE CHRONICLE.

428

18,000

7,000
8,000
8,000

183,600

5,1867, P. M.

Market.—The course of the market has been very
the week; apparently the result chiefly of the

unsettled during

$11,153,954 08 preparations of the banks for their quarterly statements, made up
12,198,039 23
on the 1st of April.
From the bank statement of last week it ap$1,044,085 31

THE CHRONICLE.

April 6,1867.]

429

that the deposits have been drawn down since the week end ha9 been characterized by a vigorous sellers movement, under which
ing March 9 nearly twelve millions, and that the loans have been prices have broken down to the extent of 2@4 per cent. The criti¬
reduced daring the same period nearly eight millions. This large cal condition of the banks, at 4the moment of making up their
reduction in deposits is due chiefly to the country banks having quarterly statement, was seized as the opportunity for a smart at¬
withdrawn their balances temporarily, in order to make a favorable tack upon the market; and, although there were many considera¬
exhibit. At the time wheD the banks had been thus depleted in tions tending to strengthen prices, there was a general yielding
under the pressure, it being found extremely difficult to borrow funds
resources, a somewhat active revival of speculation in stocks pro¬

pears

duced

a

sharp application for call loans, while the assistant treas¬

happened to be a somewhat free seller of gold. The result of
this conjunction of circumstances was an extreme stringency, under
•which as high as 7 per cent, in gold was paid on demand loans,
while discounting operations were almost suspended. Toward the
close of the week the market assumed an easier aspect, the SubTreasury having disbursed freely on account of large purchases of
Seven Thirties, while the country banks have begun to return their
deposits, rtemporarily withdrawn. In the interior exchanges are
mostly in favor of this city, and the probability is that during the
next few days the receipts from the country banks will produce a
return to an easy condition of affairs.
urer

for the
out

The movement, however, has drawn
interest; and, in the event of money

purchase of stocks.

considerable “ short **

a

continuing to gain in ease, it is quite possible that the oversold condition of the market may teud to promote a stiong upward movement, which has been and is still in contemplation by certain cornbinations. New York Central has been weak under the understanding that the Governor will refuse to sign .the bill authorizing an
advance of fares. Erie has touched 54$, but closes at 55$. The
market closes with a firmer feeling, but purchases are to some extent postponed until it becomes more Lpparent what will be the
course of the money market.
The total transactions at both boards for the week amount to

singular that such an extreme stringency should 343,975 shares, against 275,760 for last week. Included in the
have occurred after (as is shown by the debt statement of April 1) sales were 73,930 shares Erie; Michigan Southern 59,000; New
the Treasury had disbursed $18,000,000 of currency beyond its re¬ York Central 43,695 ; Northwestern preferred 50,650, and Read¬
y
ceipts, and when the balance m the Sub-Treasury had been de¬ ing 43.470.
The following are the closing quotations at the regular board tocreased daring last week $10,256,279. There was undoubtedly an
unusual requirement for money in the agricultural districts, in con- | day, compared with those of the six preceding weeks;
nection with settlements of mortgages and real estate, which in Cumberiand Coal Feb. 21. Mar. 1. Mar. 8. Mar. 15. Mar.22. Mar. 29 April 5.
31
30V
35V
3<V
30V
36
34
39
31V
36V
56V
several of the States date on April 1 ; but the demand for these Quicksilver
45
It is somewhat

—

....

•

purposes cannot wholly account for the condition of affairs witness.J
4Viia mapl’oi /Inrimr
rmcf vtrpplr
an d tViPrP
annnara tn hr»
ed on this market during the past week : and there appears to be
•

Canton Co.

46 V

Mariposa pref !!'.*.

New York Centra]
Erie

ground for supposing that means have been in operation for Hudson River.'
producing an artificial stringency, the suspicion receiving some Michigan Central
Mich, on them..
countenance from the fact that parties who have been engaged in Clev. and Pittsb.

strong

such
a

questionable operations before have been operating heavily for

Good endoreed bills, 3 <fc
4 months
do
single names

Loans on bonds & mort..
Prime endorsed bills, 2

months

7V@ 9

8 @10

Governments have been

quiet and

depress quotations has been counteracted by the firmness

of

Five-twenties at London, and by the anticipation of an active de¬
mand at the close of the month for bonds to ship to Europe, in re¬

forwarded by foreign holders. The market closes
at about the figures of last Friday.
There has been considerable
owing to larger purchases by the
activity in August Seven-thirties,
government; and as no other securities are issued in return for
those purchased, there is a consequent reduction in the amount
afloat, which creates a demand for bonds and sustains the price
against the pressure in money and the decline in gold.
From the
statement of the Public Debt it appears that $50,000,000 of Seventhirties were converted or purchased during March, while the amount
turn for coupons

of Five*twenties

102

107V

was

increased $34,000,000.

si”

79V

This week the pur¬

..

80V
17V

118V
35V

36

62V
94 V
94V

-

116

94V
H5V

114V

,

,

101 v

75V

101V
55V
136V
101V
71V
108

79V
121V
35V

120

65V

64V

97V
96V

35V
63V

108

78V
118V
35V

,

119

34 V

65
95 V

65V

58V
138V
101 v
75V
108V

74V
,

105V
58V

105V

102V

....

....

....

59V

71V

72V

97

7V@ 8

@ IX I Lower grades

United States Securities.ket to

104 V
72 V

96V

Per cent.

Per cent.

23V
103V

139
102

46V

46V

47V

21V
102V
54V

i37

Fort Wayne
Illinois Central

following are the quotations for loans of various classes :

Call loans

45V

02V

134V

Clev. and Toledo.
Northwestern....

•

•

122V

55V

Rock Island

Discounting transactions have necessarily been limited in the dis¬
turbed condition of the market; prime paper passes at 7 @8 per
cent., lower grades at very irreguldl rates.
The market closes easier, at 7 per cent, on call loans upon stock
collaterals and 6 per cent, on Governments.
The

101
4

preferred

decline in stocks.

a

23 V

•

97V*.d.90V

96

96V
115V

76V
34V
62V

96V*-d.93V

116

....

114V

following statement shows the volume of transactions in
shares, at the regular and open boards conjointly, on each day of
the week, closing with this day’s business :
The

Sat.
170

Bank shares
Railroad 44
Coal
44

31,827

Mining

44
Improv’t 44
Telegraph “
Steamship44
Express 44

•

-

Fri.

135

84

128

50

857

30,790

34,770

69,866

133,190

95,513

395,956

220

600

2,500

450

600
900

400

600

1,700

1,450

1,200

1,700

2,210

61

510

6.370
308

3,505
9,395

400
900
400
500

1,820

600
200
900

.

200

1,100
952
95

.......

Tues.

Wed.

5,675

561

Regular Board..
Open Board... .

12,364
21,9S0

11,341

23,200

18,295
23,900

32,778
46,700

Total current week.
Total Previous w’k.

34,344
29,060

34,541
48,562

42,195
54,211

79,478

149,979

46,421

46,197

....

37,638

51,279
98,700

At
At

Min-

Rail-

4

8
15
22
29

4

4

Apl.

.......

5

The

3,5(0
8,655
26,302

1,535
163,695
280,280

103,438 343,975
51,309 275,760

shown in the following statement:
Im-

Tele-

Steam¬

Coal. ing. pro’t. graph, ship. Other. Total.

ro’d.

Week ending— Bank.
Mar. 1
1,026
4

65,800

5.350

weekly since the commencement of

The transactions in shares
the year are

Week.

Thurs.

290

Mon.

184,987 2,283 4,8-'0 3,400 6,903
1,066 479,945 4,958 7,600 8,900 11,673
1,064 390,690 18,373 6.350 12,975 7,833
401 406,939 4.990 5,250 10,000 7,503
694 231,33 > 3,911 7,962 7,700 5,806
857 395,956 1,820 5.350 3,500 8,655

2,309 235,392
1,209 546,620
2,453 456,076
1,568 444,193
822 275,760
26,302 1,535 343,975

29,623
31,269
16,338
8,542
17,530

of the amount of Government bonds
City securities, and railroad and other bonds
Regular Board on each day of the past week :

following is

a summary

and notes, State and

sold at the

Sat.

Wed.

Tues.

Mon.

Thur.

Fri.

Week.

August Seven-thirties have averaged fully $1,000,000 per J. S. Bonds... .|215,500 $152,000 $123,000 $60,000 $101,500 $171,000 $823,000
‘299,750
U. S. Notes
12,350
60,400
22,500
35,009 15,500 154,000
day, the amount bought yesterday being $3,000,000. The notes State&Cityb’ds 10,000 67,000 73,000 47,000 27,000 73,000 297,000
138,500
are purchased by the Treasury at 6 per cent, premium.
There is Company B’nds. 28,000 15,000 31,000 21,000 25,500 18,000
Total Cur. w’k $265,850 294,400 249,500 163,000 169,500 416,000 1,558,25**
a disposition in some quarters to hold back Seven thirties, under
Previous week
481,050 495,700 371,600 313,510 406,100 741,100 2,759,060
the supposition that the government will issue a Five-twenty bond
The totals, weekly, since the commencement of the year are shown
in exchange for them, bearing date from the maturity of the notes.
in the following tabulation :

chases of

,

It is not

probable, however, that the Treasury would issue such
bofids in anticipation of the maturity of the cotes. •
The following are the closing prices of leading securities, com¬
pared with preceding weeks :
„

Mar. 1.
U.
U.
U.
U.
U.

S. 6’b, 1881 coup
S. 5-20’s, 1882 coupons
S. 5-20’8, 1864
“
8. 5-20’s, 1865
«
8. 5-20’s, 1865, N. iss.
13. 8 10-40’s,
44
U* 8. 7-80’s 1st scries
U. S. 7-30’s2d Series
...

U» ^




7-§0’e 3rd series...

Mar. 8. Mar. 15. Mar. 22. Mar. 29. Apl. 5.

nov

109V

109

109

109

111

109V
107V

109V

108

108V
107V

109V
107V
107V
107V
98V

105V
105V

109V
107V
107V
106V
97V
105V
105V

105V

105 V

107V
108V

106V
.

98
105 V

105V
105V

109V
107V
107V
106V
97V

3

*

j is.

107V

97V
106

105V
105V

6.- -The

107V
98
106

105V

106

105V

105V

week’s b^iness

Week

ending

Friday.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

8
15,

Mar.

22

Mar.

29

April .5

,

Governments

»

Bonds.

Notes.

$1,707,950

$336,000

1,068,650
1,289,500
1,231,300
1,750,100
823,000

The Gold Market.—The

285,500
815,250

261,850
138,480
299,750

State <fc

City Bonds.

$512,300
1,355,500
1,068,000
738,000
687,000

297,000

Company
Bonds.

$197,000

194,500
159,500
12 ,000
183,500

138,500

Total
amount

$2,753,250
2.906.150
2.832.250
2.366.150
2,759,080

1.568.250

tendency of the gold premium has
steadily downward, the price having declined from 134$ to
132$, the latter being the closing quotation. The Government has
sold during the week with unusual freedom, to provide for payment
for its unusually large purchases of Seveu thirties. The anticipa-

been

430

THE CHRONICLE.
Ocean

Saturday, Mar. 30.
Monday, April 1.
Tuesday,
2.

Wednesday,
Thursday,
Friday,

3.
4.

,5

ing. Lowest,
134 • 133*
133* 133*
134* 134*
131* 133*
133* 133*
13 3* 132*

Clos¬
Highest. Range, ing.
*

134*
134*
133*
133*

*
*
%

134
134*
134*
133*
1*3*

*

133

*

“
"
“

“

100.059

2.723.338

104,330

2,584,933
5.356.300
3,823,183
3,997,58C
2.698.947

24.311
26,107
17.358

104,248
51,362

1,178,900
1.739.947

11,090
14.999

Atlantic

)-2@4

( “
( “
( 11

“

482,141
141.749
858.750
132,410
6,924

1,334,774

18.358
43,638

Republic

People’s

North America....
Hanover.

Irving

( “

“

“

796,279

48,281
18,267
260,239

Chatham

Steady: loans (64ths)—1@8
Dull:
Firm :
Dull:

38.258

3,502,670
1,981,856
5,109,550
1,872,439
1,444,188
2,245,476
2,413,509
1,644,000
11,019,341
1,383,026
2,318,912

Mercantile
Pacific

Market.

134*
134*

3,307,385

Oriental
Marine

shipments of cotton from all the ports, also tend to produce ex
pectations of a steady decline in the premium.
The following have been the daily range
of quotations on each
of the last six days :
Open-

[April 6,1807.

)-3©8
)-0@4
)-0©2
)—0©3

( “

Metropolitan
Citizens’..
Nassan
Market
8t. Nicholas
Shoe and Leather.
Corn Exchange
Continental

...

.

Current week
134
Previous week
134*
Jan. 1 to date.... 132*

132*
133*
132*

...

134*
134*
140*

1*
*

Loan range—0©8 64ths.

133

Commonwealth

134*
133

8*

The movemeut of

specie and bullion at this port for the week
ending March 30, is shown in the following table :
Specie in banks Saturday, March S3
Treasure receipts from California
Imports of specie aod bull on
Coin interest paid from U. S. Treasury
Total reported

$9,143,913
$833,151
14,986
7 188,400—

1,036,536

1

supply

$10,180,449

Export

ofsjpecie and bullion to foreign customs
Paid into U. S. Treasury on accounCof ports

$445,03;

2,409,596 -

2.854,634

Apparent excess of snnply for week
Specie in banka Saturday, March 30

$7,325,815
8,522,609

Deficit made up from unreported sources

$1,196,794

The transactions for the last week at the Custom House and

Sub-Treasury

were as

follows

:

Sub-Treasury-

r—

Roceipts.

Payments.
$5,197,854 66

$455,855 89
433,464 57
532,255 27

Receipts.

$5,073,909 83
2,263.188 08
8,419,285 55
2,183,860 48
5,389,768 92

371,259 10

2,269,290 11
1,067,565 52
5,319,993 48
5,728,972 08
13,506,756 74

$2,499,695 79

$93,090,532 59

$22,834,253 36

33<,639 33
364,121 63

Total
Balance in Sub-Treasury

Imp. & Traders...

4,499,236 50

morning of March 25

110,890,406 23

Deduct payments during the week....
Balance on Saturday evening
Decrease during the week

$100,634,126 00
10,256,279 23

The

following table shows th aggregate transactions at the SubTreasury since Jan. 5 :
Weeks

Feb.
“

2....
9....

“

16....
“
28....
March 2....

Custom

House.
2,004,760

Payments.
19,158,396

2,5S6,047
2,917,088
2,781,958
3.152,288
4,041.689
2,877,562
1,935,874

7,633,155

9,817,2.30
12,175,316
40,666,248
15,927,811
17,346.143
19,599,29S

Sub-Treasury
Receipts. ‘ Balances.
13,897,446

Changes in

,

Balances.
Dec.
5,260,951

108,325,459

13,265,948 108,958,253
20,170,788 110,311,760
25,815,877 132,952,351
17,580,658 109,866,761

18.296,106 112,235,058
16,772,353 111,661,266
18,828,437 110,890,405
2,499,596
33,090,532
22,834,254 100,634,126
Foreign Exchange.—The market has
been^quiet

•*
“

“

16.
23....
80....

when there

was a more

Mirch 15.

London CommT.
do bkrs’ Ing
do
do shrt

Paris, Iona
do short

Antwerp
Swiss

Hamburg

Amsterdam.....
Frankfort
Bremen
Berlin

107*© 108
108*© 109
109*© 109*
5.17*@5:16*
5.15 @5.13*
5.20 @5.18*
5.20 ©5.18*
36*© 36*
41*@ 41*
41*@ 41*
79 © 79*
72 @

March 22.

107*© 108* 107*© 108*
109 © 109*
108*© 109
109*@ 109*
109*© 109*
5.16* ©5.13
5.17*© 5.16*
5.13* @5.12* 5.15 @5.13*
5.-0 ©5.17* 5.21*@ 5.20
5.20 @5.17* 5.21*@5.20
•76*©
36*@ 36*
41*© 41*
41*@
41
41*© 41*
©41*
79 ©
79 @79*
TH*
72 @
72 @72*
72*

109

@109*

5.17*©5.16*
5.15
6.20
5.20

...

....

©5.13*
@5.18*

©5.18*
86*@ 86*
41*© 41*
41 @ 41*
79 @ 79*
72 © 72*

New York City Banks.—The

condition of the Associated Banks
week

ending with the
March 30, 1867 :

commencement of

r

Loans and

Banes.

following statement shows the
of the City of New York for the

discounts.

business

on

1,397.814

Specie.
$1,353,777

5.S35.775

300.012

amouiDt Of
CirculaNet
tion.
deposits.

$837,-99
12,404
874.916

7,057,668

City

Merch’ts

National

Exchange

Butch. & Drovers..
Mech’s & Traders..
Greenwich
Leather Manufact’s
Seventh Ward
State of N. York...
American Exc’ge..




485,220
181,663

563,000

4,253.811
8,241,616
3,576,200
3,857,418
3,033.456
2,249,544
6,077,701
3,339,651

119,883
1.272,828
143,260

492,084
2,0^0
291,275

28,478

2,736,629

453,312

85.658
34.563

5,211,924
2,527,809

494,558
249,273
195,720

1.762,833
1,542,901

2,307.953
1,803,366
1,114,910
2.841,537
1,290,615
5,103,738

10,593,320
23,094,820
5,460,888

308,082
33,659
115.573

528,936

20,339

776,364
•

....

...

•

•

4.761

149,80639,221
337,231
442,508
498,214
112,426

Legal

$6,456,756
4,310,566
5,012,379
8,770,3~2
2,689,698
6,911,850

5,424.888

..

946,580

$2,992,002
1,323,109
1,656,833
933,244
687,877
1,479,829
587,241
598,941

2,347,515

2,509,025
1,833,891

743.234
808,043

1,864.843

862,647

252,936

983,118
2,121,469

179,069

748,004

153,000
986,404
5,941,955
900,000

3,517.998
5,466,910
6,158,960
4,458,531

•

1,331,400
828,738
800,197
554,220
589,417
83,933

283,500
1,000
2,926,374

74,026
62,097

1,654.611
270,00?

6,398,256
2,678,057

66.699

912,203

2,207
82,012

3,121,064

447,444
794,014
268,664
909,100
12,428

971,485
2.496.300
1,256,855

3,527

9,100
6,983
1,804
3,250

367,714
368,240
1703,819
435,234
1,171.660
•339,000
630,000

615,784

4,934,614
17,812,384
1,257,377

81.633
11,764

8,525

525,000

9,096,167

1,408,219
1.072,2=9

1,000,000
'308.932

22.959

*97,735
248,130
T 461,661
468,554

"

211.134
594,1no

801,399

1,364,771

4,526,280
499,676
339,324

1,105.925

1,154,965
611,932
1,166,886
12,878,226

181,092
263,6%

229,718
4.467,-05

12,280,462

3,798,136

939,295

301,142

6,893,918
3,173,920
2,343,327
711,348
1,306,300

2,369.574
1,267.458
884,980
301.009

652,390

281,830

180,000
90,000

767,882

1,871,472
314.547
396,725

1*2*3, i 64

225,000

558,893

560,681

220,553

120,320

Totals...
$255,282,364 $8,522,609 $83,669,195 $188,480,250 $62,469,811
Clearings for the week ending March 23, 1867
$472,202,378 81
Clearings for the.week ending March SO, 1867.
459,850,602 00
Balances for the week ending March 23, 1267
18,334,309 45
Balances for the week ending March 30, 1867
19,615,088 42
The deviations from the returns of the
previous
are

lows

week

as

fol¬

:

Loans

Dec. $4,117,951

9pecie

Dec.

Circulation

Inc.

The

following
-

are

621,304
149,794

the totals for

Deposits
LegalTenders
a

Dec. $3,895,365
Inc.. 1,554,853

series of weeks past:

Circula¬

■

Loans.
Feb. 2*. 251.264,355
Feb. 9.. 250,268,825
Feb. 16.. 253,131,328
Feb. 23.. 257,823,994
Mar. 2.. 260,166,436
Mar. 9
262,141,458
Mar. 16.. 263,072,972
Mar. 23.. 259,400,315
Mar. 80.. 255,282,364

8pecie.
16,332,984

16,157,257
14,792,6?6

tion.

32,995,347
32,777,000

Deposits.
200,511,596
198,241,835
196,072,292
198,420,347

Legal

Aggregate

Tenders.
Clearings
65,944,541 512,407,258

67,628,992 608,825,532

32,956,309
64,642,940 455,833,829
18,513,456 33,006,141
63,153,895 448,574,086
11,579,381 33,294.433 19S,018,914 63,014,196 466,534,539
10,868,182 33,409,811 200,288,627 64,523,440 544,178,256
9,968,722 33,490,686 197,958,804 62.813.039 496,558,719
9,143,913 33,519,401 192,375,615 60.904,958 472,202,378
8,522,609 33,669,195 188,4-0,230 62,459,811 459,850,602

.

Philadelphia Banks.—The

following shows the totals of the
of the leading items of the Philadelphia Banks for last and
previous weeks:
average

March. 23.

$15,517,150

March. 80.

50,742,490

$15,517,160
50,880,306

807,433

602,148

Legal Tenders..

16,071,730

Due from Banks.
Due to Banks....

15,856,948

4.255,508

4,308,758

7,366,882
84,581,545
10,611,987

6,896,213
84,150,285
10,631,532

Loans.

-

Deposits
Circulation

Increase

Date.
Feb. 2
Feb. 9
Feb. 16
Feb. 23
Mar. 2
Mar. 9
Mar. 16
Mar. 23
Mar. 30

Legal Tenders
19,269,128
19,659,250
18,892,747
17,837,598
18,150.657
17,5-24,705

16,955,643
16.071,780
15,856,948

Loans.

Specie.

55,551,130

871,564

52,884 829

873.614
867,110

52,673,130
52,394,721
61,979,173
61,851,463
50,538.294
50,572,490
50,680,300

841,223
826,848
832,656
858,022
807,483
602.148

$37,816
4,286
215,742

.

Decrease.
Decrease.
Iucrease

53,250
70,669
431,260
19,545

.

Decrease.
Decrease.
Increase.

The annexed statement shows the condition of the
Banks for a series of weeks :

Philadelphia

Circulation.
10,430,898
10.449,982
10,522,972
10,566.434

Deposits.
39,592,712

39,811^595

40;050;717
38.640,013

10.581,600
10,572,068
10,580,911
10,611,987

84,826,001
84,531.545

10,631,532

84,150,285

89,867,’ 388

37^314,672

Boston Banks,—The

Banks statements

following are the footings of the Boston
for April 1st, compared with those of the two

previous weeks:

April!;
$41,900,000
91,723,347

Capital... .*.. *
Loans

Specie
Legal tender notes

435,413
17,212,423
12,862,652
10,818,419
37,026,388

Due from other banks
Due to other banks
Circulation

Tenders.

353,000
99.143

17.760

1,503,618
16,060,264
12,531,802
1,20;<,640

I

1,015,790

936,543

503.968

•

524,00*

2.698.815
2,179,666
2.175.816

11.501

361.452

North River
East River
Manuf. & Merch’ts
Fourth National...
Central
Second National...
Ninth National....
First National
Third National....
N. Y. Exchange...
Tenth National....
Bull’s Head
Croton
National Currency.

Deposits

Average

$7,341,649

America.
Phenix

Saturday,

759,655
947,418
9,879
670,744

14,354
6.146

Specie

April 5.
107*© 108*
108*© 108*

4.389
554.133

799,078
812,288

1,777,232
1,295,234
1,632,006
1,448,821
1,569,000
5,526,711
1,277,407
1,905,068
2,029,835
1,001,649
3,410,830

243,7-7

1,112,959

until to-day,

March 29.

16,907

1,113.077

Capital

ing rates. At present the supply of Southern bills is limited, but
liberal receipts are anticipated from the
large cotton shipments of
this week, amounting at all the ports to 92,000 bales.
The following are the closing quotations ior the several classes
of foreign bills, compared with those of the three last weeks :

330,467
290,310
191,008
2,203,168
132,206

46,227
17,000
34,666

Mech. Bank’g As’n
Grocers’

Dec.
5,632,793
Inc. 10,353,537
Inc. 13,644,560
Dec. 23,085,589
Inc..
2,368,294
Dec.
673,789
Dec.
770,861
Dec. 10,256,279

active demand for bills, but without affect-

88,492

6,136,879
14,439,852

Park

$133,724,658 59
33,090,532 59

Ending

.

Bowery National*.

Custom House,

March 25

.

62,S00
31,474

2,453,633
2,916,596
1,759,835
3,656,740

(National)

24,843,376
296,625

Circulation (State)

The

following

are

the comparative totals

Mar. 25.
$41,900,000
92,661,060
516,184
16,557,905
12,878,601

Mar. 18.

$41,900,000
93,156,486
568,894

16,27 ,979
13,061,696
11.073.873
11,515,240
36,751,723
36,751,758
24,738,722
24,809,583
299,091
299,628
for a series of weeks

past
Legal
Circulation.—.
Tenders.
Specie.
State.
Deposits. National.
4
Feb.
97,742,461
956,569 16,394,604 39,708,063 24,691.075
306,014
11..
873.396 16 103.479 39,474,359 24,686,663
97,264,162
305,603
44
18
96.949,473
929,940 15,398,33S 33,900,500 21,7^5,420
805,603
25
95,332,900
779,402 15,741,046 87,398,963 24,953,606
303,228
March 4
95,050,727
950,887 15,988,108 38,816,578 24,675,767
301,480
44
11
92,078,975
696,447 16,719.479 36,712,052 24,346,631
289,538
44
18..
568,894 16,270,979 36,761,753 24,^09,533
93,156,486
299,138
44
-25
92,661,060
516,184 16,557,905 86,751,723 24,738,722
299,091
1
91,723.347
April
435,113 17,212,423 37,026,888 24,843,376
296,625
National Banks.—The amount of National Bank
Currency is¬
Loans.

•

44

.

44

.

sued

during the week ending March 30, was $39,520 ; the amount
was $293,886,824; the currency
returned, including worn-out notes, &c., to that date, amounted to
1,597,547 $3,441,882.
908,943
261,097
1,261,497
1,876,866
6,153,721

in actual circulation March 30

.

April 6,1867.]

THE CHRONICLE.

431

SALE-PRICES AT THE NEW YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE.
(REPRESENTED BY THE LAST SALE REPORTED OFFICIALLY ON EACH DAY
STOCKS

AND

SECURITIES.

American Gold Coin (G

Satur.i Mon.

Boom).

National:

(Jnited States
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

do

do

do

do
do

do
do

do

6s,
68,
6s,
6s,
6s,

1867
1863
1868
1831
1881
6s, 5-20s (l3t issue)
6s, 5-20s
Gs, 5-20s (2d issue).
do
6s, 5.209
6s, 5.208 (3d Issue)..
6s, 5.203,
do
5.20s- (new issue)...

Thursi

|134% 131% 133%

134

frL

coupon.
,

coupori.jl'0% 109%
109% 109
registered. 109%}
109% 1109%: - 109% !
coupon.jl09%;-09% 109% 109%,
,109% jj
registered.']
j
ij
couponi 107%; 107% 107%
i
registeredj
1
;
1308
C0i/;x>/ijlO8%!lO8% -07%

Chicago and
Chicago and

e-upon.

Cleveland, Columbus

5.203
do
registered'. 107%
6s, OregonWa: 1881
_.|
do.
do.
6s,
($ye*'r/t).
5s, 1871
coupon.
5s, 1871
registered.
53,1874....
coupon.
5e, 1S74
registered.
5s, 10-40s
coupon. 98
5s, 10-40s
registered.
6e, Union Pacific R. R.. .(cur.).
7-80s Treas. Notes
1st series. 106
do*
do
do
2d series. 105%
do
do
do
3d series. 105%

i07%;:o7%
1G6

;

107%; 107% i Erie
| do preferred

98% 98

98
1* 6

106

106

106% 105% 105% ia5%(105%
105% 105% 105% 105%;105%

do 1S77
do 1879
War Loan

Kentucky 6s, 1868-72
Louisiana 6s

J

Michigan 6s

,

Joseph RR.)...
]

J

95%
80%

!L_

—

95

1107%
107%

-

'107%
49% |

50

107%
—

—

50

—

43%
-

99

’

'&

•

64

I —; —
! 63%, 63-

62

j

I

62%

do

6s, Wrater Loan
do
6s, Public Park Loan
do
6s, Improvement Stock
Jersey City 6s, Water Loan..
New York 7s
do
6s
do
5s

Ashburton

Butler..
Cameron
Central

Consolidated
Cumberland

Delaware and Hudson

Lehigh & Susquehanna
Pennsylvania
Spring Mountain

Citizens
Harlem

95%

.*
(Brooklyn)

31
145

31

I 31

145

;

Canton

Telegraph.—Western

Union

Western Union,Russian Extension.100

Atlantic Mail.
Pacific Mail....
s. Am. Nav. & Mar.

100
100

Railway

26

26% 26%

24%
45

4d%

44%| 45

41%

41% 41% 41% 41%

128%;

85
129

81
84% 80
129% 126% 11*% 120%

Welle, Fargo &Co...

itming.—Mariposa

100
100
100
50
15

Gold

Mariposa preferred

Minnesota Copper
Jersey Zinc...
Quartz Hill
Quicksilver
New

Rutland Marble
SruiU and Parmelee




”[25
‘ion

* **

25

10

/.

100!

92%

1102

33%

—

■

31

98%
26%

\

1254
-—^0

ioT%
121

26% 26%; 25%

j 94%!

96%

50102*

92%; 92% 93%
101% 10C% 101%

—

...100: 80
and Western
***** 50! 39
do
preferred.... 50

80

38

38%

Interest

Extension
1st mortgage....
consolidated

...

84
80

.

do
do

89%

3d mortgage, conv.
4th mortgage

do,

do

2d mort

102%

2d mortgage, 1879
8d mortgage, 1883

4thmortgage, 1880.
5tb

..*”

mortgage, 1888
Chicago, extended

92%

?

Galena and

do

Western, 1st mortgage
do

2d mortgage

Joseph, let

100

.

f.

2d mortgage

72

Mortgage..".".*

72

.

Marietta and

Cincinnati, 1st mortgage
Michigan Central 8s, 1869-72
do

do

8s, new, 18S2

.

Michigan Southern, Sinking Fund
do

.."

do
2d mortgage, 7s
do
do
Goshen Line, 1868
Milwaukee and Prairie du
Chien, 1st mort...
Milwaukee and St. Paul, 1st
mortgage
do
do
2d mortgage

Mississippi and Missouri, Land Grants

55%

60

56

56

500
100
100

United States

27

—

McGregor Western, 1st mortgage..

—-j

42

1,00
100
100

Merchants Union

121

58

Harlem, 1st mortgage, 1369-72.
do
Consolidated and Sinking Fund....
do
3d

Central American..!
100
T. Nicaragua
*
100
inset.—Farmers’ Loan and Trust
25
New York Life and Tni't......... .100

American

105% 103% 101%

~

joq

54

70

—

do
2d mortgage, (S. F.),
1885....
do
3d mortgage, 1875
do
convertible, 1867
Illinois Central 7s, 1875
Lackawanna and Western Bonds........ ”..

100

Union Trust
United States Trust
express.—A dams...

100 120
100
.100

mortgage, 1868
Hudson River, let mortgage, 1869

100
100
100
100

53%

—

!l00i 105% -0

preferred. 100

do
do
do
do

Hannibal and St.
35

60
20

82

64

100
100;
.100!

100

—

34

1st mortgage

do

do
do
do
do

do

50
100
50

Williamsburg

—

33

preferred....

do

do

do
do
do

do

20

improvement.—Boston Water Power

100j

Chicago and Milwaukee, 1st mortgage

Great

20

Metropolitan
New York

.100!

do
Income
do
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, 8 per cent...
Chicago *Sr Great Eastern, 1st mortgage....

.

50

Jersey City and Hoboken
Manhattan

preferred

Ene, 1st mortgage, 1868

25
;

100

.100!

1st pref..
2d pref..

Cleveland and Toledo, Sinking
Fund.
Cleveland & Toledo, new 7s

100

...

108~ 107% 103
72% 71% 70% 71%

k08%

75%:1*74%

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, let raor

10
100

Brunswick City..

do

50

Hprnce Hill
wilkesbarre

—

Chicago and Alton, Sinking Fund

do
do

50
100

.

£5

Chicago and Rock Island, 1st mortgage
Chicago. R. I. and Pacific, 7 percentCleveland and Pittsburg, 2d
mortgage

:

100
50
10
50
100
100
100
100

—

Railroad Ronds:
Atlantic and Great
Western, 1st mort
Buffalo, New York and Erie, 1st mort., 1877...
Central of N w
Jersey, 1st

96

94

....!....

Miscellaneous Shares
(too/.—American

Qua.—Brooklyn

96%

91%; 91%

—!

70%

Chicago and Northwestern, Sinking Fund....
do

Municipal:
1

do

58

—

135% 186%
115% 114% 117%

guaranteed...100

Louis, Alton and Terre Haute

do

55

70

.

64% s
39

-i

100
100

do

do

76%

120%

100

Reading.

Stonmgton
Toledo, Wabash

57%

119

50

Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago.
St.

90%

mortgage..

:101%!l02
!

do

do

104

[

(registered)

Rhode Island Cs
Tennessee 6s 1890
do
68 ex-conpon
do
6s, (new)
Virginia 6s. ex coupon
do
6s, new

r

95% 95%

j

,

Wyoming Valley

do

Panama

95%

Ohio. 6s, 1S70-75
do 0s, 1831-86

.

—

57%

100;115% l!6

N ew Jersey
New York Central
New York and New Haven
New Haven and Hartford
Norwich and Worcester..
Ohio and
Mississippi Certificates..
_

do
do
do
do
North Carolina 6s ex-coupon
do
6s. (new)

.

—

....

5s, 1368-76
7s, State Bounty Bonds (coupon)..

do

.

90

76%

—

loo!

100

Morns and Essex....

101

War Loan

do
7s, War Loan, 1878
Minnesota 8s
Missouri 6s
do
6s, (Hannibal and St.
do
68, (Pacific RR.)
New York 7s, 1870
do
6s,1867-77

do

,,

do

121

60

do
do
do
do
Milwaukee and St. Paul

do

78%

77

—

100

do
do

Registered, 1S60
6s, coupon, 179, after 1860-62-65-70.

j 79%
I ss%

..100

do

89%

50;
50

Milwaukee and Prairie du Chien

81

—

100;

,

2d

--

—

-

i

100|

preferred

do

7s (new)
Canal Bonds, I860

Brooklyn 6s

100:

Michigan Central
Michigan So. and N. Indiana

Georgia 6s

do

50;

100^ 59

do

107

109

91%

j 92%

50:121% [

and Western

Cincinnati, 1st preferred

do

Conneeticut 6s

do

lOOl
50 79%

McGregor Western
Marietta and

Fri

118% 118% 118%

—

138%

..100; 98%

Indianapolis and Cincinnati
Joliet and Chicago
Long Island

106

California 7s

os,
6s

preferred

Hannibal and St. Joseph
do
do
‘ preferred.....
Harlem
do
preferred
Hiidson River
Illinois Central

98%

Thor*.

100,
100!
100! 35% 35% a5% 84% 37% 84%
100, 65)4 i 65% 65
63% 64% 62%

and Pacific
and Cincinnati.

Cleveland and Toledo
Delaware, Lackawanna

,

•109%
98)6

100;

Cleveland and Pittsburg

!

107% 107% 107%

W«d.

118

jl07%

100!

<7reat Eastern
Milwaukee

do
do
Chicago, Rock Island

State:

do
Illinois
do
do
do
do
do
Indiana
do

1001

Chicago and Northwestern

i07xjl07%;i07%j

Tuea.

Ill8

.100

j| Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
L

registeredj

FRIDAY, APRIL 5.)
Mod.

Railroad. Stocks j
Central of New Jersey ...
....
Chicago and Alton
do
do preferred

registered

.

THE WEEK ENDING

STOCKS AND SECURITIES

133%; 133

registered.

OF

Morris and Essex,
do
do
New York Central
do
do
do
do
do
do

56%

56%

d<\

do

107

99%
93

84

85

85

.

1st mortgage..
2d mortgage
6s, 1883

96

6s, 1887
76,1876
7s, convertible, 1876...

**.’

95

’

7s, 1365-76....

New \ ork and New Laven
Ohio and

Mississippi, 1st mortgage
Peninsula, 1st mortgage
Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and Chicago, 1st mort.

65%

70% 69
68
8%
8%
22% 22% 21% 21%

.

do
d°

St.

do
do

do
do

......

85
6

102

75%
102

94% 94%

2d mort;.

Sdmort..

Louis, Alton and Terre Hante, 1st, mort
do
do
do
2d, pref...
do
.

33

33

33

31

31%

do

do

80

2d, income

Toiedo and Wabash, 1st
mortgage, extended
do
do
2d mortgage...

87%

Exports of Leading Articles from New York.

&f)c Commercial Climes.

gold and the

money pressure

April 5.

have served to

check the influences of other circumstances more

favorable to

exceedingly variable
markets, with only a moderate business in the aggregate.
The following is a statement of the stocks of leading articles
of foreign and domestic merchandize :
We

have

o

15,039
95,089
11,418
16,803
34,750
29,832
13,669
17,726
30,290
118,420
140
2,369

lc,248

Beef, tierces and barrels
Pork, barrels
Tobacco, foreign, bales
Tobacco, domestic, hogsheads
Coffee, Rio, bags

99,181

....

8,937
17,304
20,338
12,414

Coffee, other, bags
Coffee, Java, mats
Sugar, hogsheads
Sugar, boxes
Sugar, bags... i

20,102
24,424
94,046
70
456

Mtlado, hogsheads

Molasses, hogsheads
Molasses, barrels

648
125,000
16,600
23,300

...

108,300
22,260
22,900
185,000
75,740
1,542

Hides, No
Pe;rolenm, crude, barrels

reflued, barrels
Cotton, bales
Rosin, barrels
Crude turpentine, barrels
Spirits turpentine, barrels
Petroleum

180,000
87,300
2,000
4,700

3,221

6,250

4,766

Tar, barrels

13,975

Rice, E. I., bags
Rice, Carolina, tierces
Gunny Cloth, bales

715
22,628

-

14,295

16,638
36,600
14,000
27,448

...

22,000
800
2,100

Lead, tons.,

Cotton has declined.

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exports of leading articles of commerce from the port of New York
eince January 1, 1867, the principal porta of destination, and the total
for the same period in 1866. The export of each article to the several
ports for the past week can be obtained by deducting the amount In
the last number of the Caaomcii from that here given;

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with buyers holding off for lower prices. Petroleum has de¬
clined half a cent per gallon from the highest price of the
week. Tallow is otf an eighth of a cent in sympathy with
the decline in gold—prime closing at llic. Whiskey in bond
is better.
Oils are dull and prices drooping.
East India Goods have been quiet and unchanged. With
fuller stocks, prices are not well supported. Metals are irreg¬

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Imports of

and bringing up the total
the total for last year.' Below we
week’s shipments, showing 69,645
bales sent to Liverpool, 981 bales to Queenstown, 11,740
bales to Havre, 5,178 bales to Bremen, 1,299 bales to Ham'
burg, 264 bales to Rotterdam, and 1,369 bales to Barcelona,

ducing stocks very materially,

Leading Articles.

table, compiled from Custom House returns, shows shipments to very near
the foreign imports of certain leading articles of commerce at this port
give the details of the
for the week ending March 29, since Jan. 1,1867, and for the correspond
The following

ing

period in 1866:

is given in packages when no£ otherwise specified.]
Since
For

[The quantity
the

week.

119

Buttons

Coal, tons..
Cocoa, bags...
Coffee, bags ..
Cotton, bales.
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Drugs. &c.

Bark, Pemv.
Blea

p’wd’rs

Brimst. tns.

Cochineal...
Cr Tartar

2,710
198

4,833
74
100
265
4

Gambier....

crude
Gum, Arabic
Indigo......
Madder—.
Oils, ess ...
Oil, Olive...

Opium..:...

Soda, hi-carb

Soda, ash...
JTIfix
Furs
Gunny
Hair '.
Hemp,

cloth

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bales..

Hides, Ac.
Bristles

Same
time
1866.

1,481
12,276
4,291
196,348

2,276
12,224
5,561
149,269

1,480

4,907
1,052

72

644

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860

Molasses

Metals, Ac.
Cutlery....

3,343
hbds,

3,445

42,921

145
441
20
44

3,952
9,983

158

437
516

13,401
176

869

67

31,165

1,124
151

9

251

158,308

81

1,376
1,709

25,303
26,946
10,312

32,672
61,536
17,876

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337,285

175,275

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Ginger
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169,966

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1,198

Fustic

5,233

21,723

3,922

32,867

Mahogany..

1,551

1,880

22,463

Week, and

since

receipts of domestic produce for the week ending April
1, and for the same time in 1866, have been as follows :

The

This
Since
week. Jan. 1.

Ashes, pkgs...
Breads tuffs—
Flour, bbls..
Wheat, bush.
Corn
Oats

184

1,523

33,609 342,314
5,667 224,280
35/: 93 405,562

7,818 217,097
2,629
Rye
19,150 160,272
Malt
13,093
Barley
Grass 6eed... 6,724 35,685
26
6,764
Flaxseed....
574 12,935
Beans
282
8,577
Peas
825 13,020
C. meal,bbls.
C. meal,bags. 6,901 173,548
Buckwheat A
6,085
B.W. flour, bg
Cotton, bales .. 20,031 278,140
Copper, bbls.
Copper, plates

186

—
1,959

1,326
17.715

Driedfruit,pkgs
758
Grease, pkgs...
190 4,UTS
332
Hemp, bales...
16
13,980 89,186
Hides, No
2,711
Hops, bales. ..
Leather, sides . 19,258 611,178
Lead, pigs
Molasses, hhds
and bbls
Naval Stores—
Crude trp,bbl
...

Spirits turp..

579

Rosin
Tar.
Pitch
394,941
68,460 Oil cake,

Cut meats.

pel:
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9,365

5,748

5,623 129,986
7,166 78,950
3,969 60,282
34,370
2,575 80,004

85,714
35,510
57,203

861

1,507

4,177
530

1,242

9 0

554

bbls
261 Tallow,

pkgs...
150,495 Tobacco, pkgs..
3,067 Tobacco, nhas..
588,755 Whiskey, bbls..
1,971 Wool, bales
Dressed
Hogs,

1,418
1,107 10,777

4,623
7,259
12,171
2,387

34,053

73,S47
36,741
56.278

3,147
1,324
31,286

2,562
547

422
88
2.930

2.024

3,991
1,495

277

3,255
20,857
9,35C
41,028

1,685
45,933
5,869

rough,

23,502

12,844 25,916
79.873

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15,332
9,722

20,014
72,962

2,161

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Total exports this '
week
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981

5,178

11,740

1,369

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1,299

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foreign exports from the United; States since
Sept. 1, now amount to 986,745 bales, agajnst h%386
bales for the same period last yea?, and the present stocks
are 534,677 bales against 531,586* bales at the sapje time
in 1866.
Below we give our visual table of tb&^'movement
The total

of Cotton at all the ports
the total receipts, exports,

^;;^ince

since Septj 1, showing p.t

stocks, &c.:

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Receipts and Exports of Cotton (bales) since -Sopt/Vl,
,yrStocks at Dates mentioned. '-°~

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rec’d

PORTS.

since

1.

SEPT.

Mar. 29.
Mobile, March 29....
Charleston, March 29
Savannah, March 29
Texas, March 22*...
New York, Apr. 5 +
Florida, March 29$..
N. Carolina, Apr. 5.
Virginia, Apr. 5
Other p’ts, Apr. 6t.

623,244
208,627

Great

France Other

190 414

75,1(9

94,656
47,808

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104,407
57,038
75,119
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110,247!

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60,725 *6,438
305,195 f*l,934

51,245 ;|7,544
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18,843

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168,000

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32,671
33,264
79,642

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291,698

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26,580
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282,240 93,286 25,108
3,03(51
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98,165

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125,094

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The market this week has been exceedingly depressed,
closes lower than we have heretofore quoted this season.

and

The
stringent money market has kept down speculation, even at
the low prices current, and the spinning demand has been very
limited. Shippers, also, did very little in the early part of the
week. Yesterday and to-day, however, with abundant shiproom and lower rates, the freight engagements for Liverpool
have been quite liberal.
The receipts keep pretty well up at
most of the ports, and this fact, together with the dull ac¬
counts from Manchester, our own stringent money market,
dull trade and lower gold have taken away the life of the
trade. The sales of the week foot up about 13,000 bales, and
the following are the closing quotations :
N. Orleans
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3,964 15,704

bush

Bre-

Havre,
578

....

19,449
1,728
1,769
4,425
2,413

Norfolk, Va.
Wilmington, N.C.
....

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239
25.202

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226.826 267,227

142

pkgs

Beef, pkgs.
Lard, pkgs...
Lard, Kegs....
6,045 Rice, pkgs
260,738 Starch
1,537 Stearine
885 Spelter, slabs...
4,688 Sugar, hhds &

5,103

146

20,645

674

417,140 Oil, lard .....
368,807 Oil, Petroleum.
12,858 Peanuts, bags.
156,726 Provisions—
Butter, pkgs.
56,362
92,236 Cheese
15,387
24,671
168,911

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67,651 121,732
6,107 25,586
2,524
863
10,980 13,564
1,35*
1,977

8,000

1,401

9,592

241

5, since

This
Since Same
week. Jan.l. time’66.

Same
time’66

2,096
82,180

From
New York...
Boston
New Orleans
Mobile
Charleston
Savannah
Galveston

Queens-

N. Orleans,

January 1.

Jan.

-Exported this week toLiver-

13,080
83,809
50,658

Produce for the

follows:

52,233

Logwood...

24,752

as

21,0*0
49,674

17,337

•

4,021

200
Pepper
307 Saltpetre.....
89,097 Woods.

22,452

Receipts of Domestic

2,199

60,916
255,172

19,13S

Hides,UAdrsd. 163,132 2,9-1-?, 38 1,714,970
72,700
60,926
7,432
3,166|Rice
6,878 Spices, Ac.
92,185
50,800
Cassia
658

14.173

11

3,129

Sugar.bxsAbg 12.320

504

2,577

1,084

10,692

85,192

Raisins

228

133
231

994
261

23,238
73,712
226,811
8,573

5,870

tC6&bbls..

1,688 Wines
532
36,371 Wool, bales.
292 Articles reported by value.
$83,565 $8*2,072
22,691 Cigars
.... $4,270
2 682
32,018 Corks
10,526 Fancy goods.. 79,821 1,158,’172 1,219^714
211,461 541,313
16,084
3,574 Fish
1,274 Fruits, Ac.
53.878
133,016
11,470
6,665 Lemons
90,668
1,7421 Oranges.... 24,320 168,852
204,820 397,026
11,335
27,894 Nuts

1,006
6,235

Watches....

Linseed

Tin, boxes.. 13,006
Tin slabs,lbs
....

1,567 Waste
1,298 Wines, Ac.
6,097 Champ, bkts

751

114,282
682,828 2,02(5,800
67,998
40,998
132,399 140,180
849,606 2,038 728
14,381
14,339

7,244

Steel

3,702 Tea..’
3,720 Tobacco.

94

666

38,878

103,182

Spelter, lbs .221,000

6,854 Sugar,

6,700
1,828

Ivory
Jewelry, Ac.
Jewelry

Lead, pigs..

2.765
124
150

20

Hides,dres’d
India rubber..

3,682
6,777

4,036

54,213

266

Iron.RRb’rs

3,502 Rags...
217
644

8,433

Hardware...

2,191

2,330
7,201

Same
time
1866.

Jan. 1,
1867.
week.
the

2,093

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Gums,

Since
Jan. 1,
1867.

106

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Ordinary
Good Ordinary
Low Middling
Middling
Good Middling
.

COTTON.

Upland. Flarida.

24
25
26
27#

$ B> 24
25
26
27#

30

29

Mobile.
25
26
27

28#
31

A Texas
25
26
27

29
32

of Cotton this week from New York show a
slight decrease, the total shipments amounting to 18,863
The receipts of Cotton at all the ports this week show
bales against 19,466 bales last week.
The particulars of
considerable decrease over the figures for last we'ek, the total these shipments are as follows :
City of Limerick, 719....
reaching 39,252 bales, (against 42,507 last week, 40,776 bales To Liverpool per steamers—Malta, 1,625 Columbia, 825 — Per ship*
Erin, 2,880
City of Washington, 831
—Javenra, 1,472
Storer, 1.650....Underwriter, 3,134—Per bark
the previous week, and 51,236 bales three weeks since,)
Royal Minstrel, 995. Total bales
14,181
bale*
making the aggregate receipts since September 1, this year, To Havre, per steamer—Guiding Star, 578.^|Total Republic, 1,227. Total 578
To Bremen, per steamer—Union, 564
per ship
1»791
1,556,176 bales, against 1,628,918 bales for the same period To bales
Hamburg, per steamer—Hammonia, 896 — per bark Eulalia, 403.
in 1865-6. The details of the week’s receipts are as follows :
Total bales
1,299
To Rotterdam, per bark Wilhelmine, 264. Total bales
264
Received this week at*—
Receipts. I Received this week at—
Receipts.
The exports

Friday, P.M., April 5, 1867.

New Orleans
Mobile
Charleston

bales

bales 10,874 | Florida
2,611 | North Carolina
2,964 ) Virginia

Savannah.....
Texas

4,2011

Tennessee, Kentucky, Ac.....

6,289!

5,147 I

2,413

1,092

4,861

Total receipts for week

39,252

(

have been unusually large for the week,
amounting in all to 90,476 bales. From the Southern ports
alone 72,174 bales have been shipped to foreign ports, reThe exports

In this table, as well as in our general table of receipts, Ac., we deduct
from the receipts at each port lor the week all received at such port from other
Southern ports. For instance, each week there is a certain amount shipped
from Florida to Savannah, which in estimating the total receipts must be de¬
ducted as the same shipment appearsin the Florida return, we are thus par¬
ticular to toe statement of this fact, as some of our readers tad to understand it,
*




To

Palermo, per brig Americus,

800. Total bales

800

the exports of Cotton
each of the last four
direction since September
1866; and in the last column the total for the same period

Below we give our table showing
from New York, and their direction for
weeks ; also the total exports and

1,

of the

previous year :

t The receipts given for these ports are only
Kentucky, Ac., not otherwise enumerated.
X These are the receiota at all t.ha ports
Apalachicola, which are only to March 22.

the shipments from Tennessee

of Florida to March 29, except

| Estimat- (ia The stock at New York *s also estimated
*
We make
change this week in our Texas receipts, deducting a portion of
the amount heretofore credited to the ports other tnan Galvejetoc, 83 the por¬
tion deducted is included in the receipt* at New Orleans,

434

THE CHRONICLE.

Exp orts of Cotton (bales) from New York slnee
*

EXPORTED TO

Total

March March
IS.

Liverpool

March
26.

8,091

16,074

to

14,131

239,741
6,057

Total to Gt. Britain..
21,027
Havre
650
Other French ports

....

8,091

16,554

14,131

2,630

485

578

....

660

Bremen and Hanover

2,630
1,152

2.160

Hamburg

2,163

i;?9G

Other ports

Europe

Spain, Oporto and Gibraltar

All others

2,160

..

....

•

.

678

12,773
11,770

264

2,491

1,878

3,354

32,458

800

....

800

1,660

....

Grand Total

22,044

Receipts of cotton
and since Sept/1 :

at the

.

‘

13.656

18,363

v9l,69S

351.296

19,466

7
*

•

*•

•

.

'

,

New Orleans

Texas..*.,

......

Savannah

Mobile
Florida
.1 Total for the week.

4

Total since

Bales. Bales.

2.&50
i1,832

i,Sq7
*

1,493

2.349

100,547
80,303
80,573
24,297
26,922 J

This
week.

From South Carolina
North Carolina

Norfolk, Baltimore,
Per Railroad

4,815

509,836

the receipts of cotton at Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore for the last week, and since
September 1:
are

-Boston.Last
Since
week. Sep. 1.
2,135
54,932

Receipts from—
New
••

Orleans
Texas

552

Savannah,...

Since
Sep. 1.
8,631

10.716

3,959

25.700

Since
951
207

21

670
974

Tennessee, Kentucky, &c...
bales

4,331

"76

660
8,603
40.753

19

Ship-

200

737

4,772
5,068

2,514
1,957
1.459

2,609
4.332
2.923

1,892

1,710
1,600

3,751
4,890
5,871
4,104
3,250

2,530
2,885

5,‘699
12,022

21,637

1,712

4,243

1,600

2,887

....

131,424

95

15,554

700

were as

gold.
135

©136*

©- 187*®
©— 136*.vft
<&% 138*®
@

1

1

—®—

—

—

—@

—u

*@* m ©185*
*@- 134 *©135
*@- 134*®135

27,058

Reshipments.

*

There have been this week
exported from Boston 239
bales of cotton to

follows:

/—Freight for Upl’d-,

Price of

Date. Rec’ts. Sales, ments. Stock.
6.632 1,827 7,859 15,576
5,011 2,019 3,818 16,769

6,0 7

1,768

1
1

By steam.

1,

Sep. 1.

459

6,785

-Yirginia
New York, &c*.

Total receipts

-Baltimore.
Last
week.

OU

South Carolina
North Carolina

*

Last
week.

12,632

Mobile

cef

-Philad’phia.-

Price

York.*

at 146j@i46* for bankers.
Charleston, March. 80.—The receipts for the week
ending March
29, amount to 2,885 bales, against 2,580 bales
last week.
Shipments for
this week amount to 2,287
bales, (against 4,248 bales iast week),
of
which 1,728 bales were to
Liverpool, 54 8 bales to New York, 61
to Philadelphia,
15 to Baltimore and 40 to Savannah. The
receipts,
sales and exports of a series for
weeks, and the stock, price of in'd
iling,
rates of
freight to Liverpool and New York, and price of
gold at the
close of each week since Feb.

98.251

20,031

SepLl

following

Since

Sept. 1.

Bales. Bales.
1,209
43,087
827
28,1 2
Ac.. 2,299 65,744

...

pool.

prices were a little better, with a good de¬
mand, but later, under unfavorable advices from
Liverpool and New
York, the improvement was lost, and at the close the market was
very
dull, with the quotations about cent off from the close of
last week.
Middlings (Liverpool classification)
being quoted at 29^@30, and Ordinary 26^@27.
Domestic Exchange has exhibited a further
improve¬
ment, bankers checking on New York at -J- premium,
The rulin rate
for commercial has been
premium for New York sight. St
Exchange closed

port of New York for the week

This
Since
week. Sept. 1

To Liver- ToNew

The first half of the week

'

•!''

From

....

-Freighte-

Price
Mid.

41,656 32,000 2*<43 251,727 31 J@—
%<&
26,030 30,200 31,103 248,850 31
@— 9-16©—
19.463 33,300 26,54 3 243,248
31*®— 9-16®—
28,786 29,150 26,882 246,935 30*
@81 9-1 *@—
20,576 33,600 26.408 238.930 31
@31* 9-16®—
17,312 17,500 20.489 234,337 29 ©—
9-16© 13,359 25,600 95,895 219,971 30 @—
*©9-16
14,589 22,700 22,077 213,376 30 @5-16@10,874 16,050 40,010 185,954 29i@30
9-16®—

Mar.

876

•

follows:

as

Rec’ps. Sales. Exp. Stoek.

869

....

860
800

Date.
Feb.

26.421

•

Spain, etc

Feb. 1, were

8
.

1,299

2,427

...

The

6

The receipts, sales and
price of middling, rates of
Liverpool and New York, qnd price of gold at the close of
since

freight to
each week

24,457

20,169
9,808

264

3,135

Stock on hand March 29 was
185,954 bales.
exporte for a series of weeks, and the stock,

24,465

....

.

11,776
11,782

1,791

....

687

.

Total

5
9

245,798 301,534

....

485

being 10,874 bales, against 14,589 bales last week, and
18,859
previous week. The shipments for the last week were
40,010
bales, of which 25,202 bales were to
Liverpool, 9 926 to
Barcelona, 1,993 to Bremen, 874 to New York, and Havre, 1,369 to
646 to Boston.
bales the

prev.
year.

—•

Total French

New Orleans, March 80.—The mail
returns for the week
March 29 show a considerable decrease
ending
in the receipts, the total for
the
week

1 Same
time

date.

480

....

Total to N.

April
2.

19.

19,284

Other* British Ports

•;

Sept. 1,1866

WEEK ENDING

[April ft, 1867.

To Liver-

mid.
32

©31*

17,790
18,687
15,425
17,980
17,653
15,940
26,438

To New

Price
York.*
gold.
1
@- 135©187
1 @13ii® 138
1
®- 136©188

pool.
*@9-16

®-

*@—

*©*®*©*@*@*@*'@-

®®—
®@—

@29*
@....

1

@-136f@137i

1

139®14l

136@138
*@— 137@13S

*@* 137©138
*@* 136*@13S

Steam.

This week there have been sales of

middling as low as 28c, and the
price has fluctuated between 29^@28c. according to tenor of the Liver¬
From
At the
Philadelphia and Baltimore there have been no exports dur¬ pool advices. at 29c. cl^se the market was moderately active, middling
being quoted
Transactions, however have been much restricted
ing the week.
on account of sellers
bolding at figures above the views of buyers. Ex¬
Shipping News.—We have
given above the vessels in change sight on New York is bought by banks at ^ discount, and sold
which the
foreign shipments for the week were made from the at i per cent, premium. Sterling Exchange $6.38@o 40 for 60 days’
bills.
Northern ports; we now add the
same information with re¬
European, Indian and other Cotton Markets.—In reference to
gard to the Southern ports :
these
markets our
correspondent in London, writing under date of March
Exported this week from—
New Orleans—To
Total bales

Liverpool by the steamship Africa.

'

.

Liverpool, per ships Maria, 8,293.. .Ocean Pearl
2,764
....Prideof the t'ort
3.636....Pont'ac 8.865....H. L. Richard¬
4.326 ...Mary O’Brien
3,S67—Per barks Halycon 1,62S
Ocean Phantom
1,736

23, states:*

To Hnvre, per

ships Castine 8,263

Canada

26,202

3,661....per harks

Chimborazo 1,545.... aroline nemont 1.457
To Barcelona per bark Oswaldo
442
Herman Cortes 640
per
brig Chile 287
To Bremen, per
ship Antoinette 1.998
Mobile—To Liverpool, per steamers Cuban
1,952
City of Melbourne
4.610
per ships Perseverance 3,203
Mary Emma 3.205....
Michael Angelo2,688
Eliza 3.791
To Havre, per schooner Edith
1,236
Charleston—To Liverpool, per bark
Gladstone, 268 bales Sea Island and
1.460 hales
-

9.926

1,869
1,993

.

—

Upland
Savanah—To Liverpool, per
ship James Jardine, 28 bales
and 1,741 bales
Upland...*
To

19 449

1,236

Liverpool, March 23.—The activity apparent in this market at the
close of last week continued for a short
period during the present
week ; but at the close, there is less
animation, and the advance which
had taken place in
prices has not been maintained ; indeed, in some in¬
stances, to day’s currency is rather lower than
Saturday last. The sup¬
ply taken by the trade is considerable, viz : 47,400 bales. The total
sales are 67,580 bales ; 4,810 bales
having been purchased on specula¬
tion, and 15,370 bales for export. Annexed are the
prices now current
for American produce

4

Total exports this week from
Southern

Sea Island

1,769
-

per

barks Ibis 1191
:.
1

9S1

4,425
1,394

2,443
259

ports

72,174

Savannah, March 30.—The receipts for the week
ending March 29 were
4,806 bales (of which 105 were from
Florida), against^4,721 bales last
week.
The shipments this week were
4,653 bales, of which 1,769
bales were to
Liverpool, 981 bales to Queenstown, 1,560 bales to New
York, 845 bales to Philadelphia, 8 bales to
Charleston, and 142 bales to
Baltimore. Below we give the
receipts, shipments, prices, Ac., for a
series of weeks :
Feb.
“
“

“

1..
8
15
22

March 1
“
“

“
“

Receipts. Shipm’s.
.

.

.

:
.

8
15
22
29

.

.

.

9,489
10,024
10,021
7,041
7,742
7.219
7,219
5.489
4,999
4,721

16.112
'

7,714

8,611
5,108

4,522
11,229
10,477
5,112

Stock.
26.250
29,100
27,542

30,376
33,893
28,153
22,675

Price Mid.

Sea Tsland....
Stained

20
14
12
12
12
12

Upland
Mobile
New Orleans.
Texas

—\

Fair and
good fair.

22
16

@12*
@12*
@12*

@12*

26
17

14*
14*

15*
15*

15*

16

15*

fine.
64
19
20

30
18

13*
13*
18*
13*

16

,

.

31
31

@@-

30*@30

80
28

@—
—

29*®—

23 ©29
22,284
4,653
21,934
29 @—
account of the unfavorable
advices

1864. 1865.
d.
d.
Sea Island.... 38
40
Upland
26* 16

Mobile

26*
26*

Orleans

16*

The stocks of cottoa at

supplies of American and
under:

as

Stock at
“

»

.

19*
19*

•

,

1S66. 1867.1
d.
d.

IMiddling—

j Pernambuco..

33

22

19*
19*

13*|
13*|

13*|

20

Egyptian

Broach........
Dhollerah

Liverpool, London

Indian

cotton

'

20

,

year, as

well

as

1864. 1865.
d.
d.

25*
25*
21

14*
14
..

9

and Havre,

*

--W

%

..

qualities of
1866.
d.

cot¬
R67.
a.

23*

13*

21

14

IS*
13*

10*
10*

including the

1866.
.

420,470
46,594
41,750
120,000
6 9,377

58,822

Total

the

21

16*

baleB.

.

are

20*
20*
21*

afloat to these ports, are now

Liverpool

Annexed

Fair. Good
38
60
24
26

19*

.

.

London
“
Havre
American cotton afloat
Indian
“
-.
Afloat to Havre

4,306

Freights
no change.
We
<a)£d. for square, and f d@|d. for round bales. quote to Liverpool 7-16
Steam to New York and
Boston lc., and to
Philadelphia and Baltimore |@Jc. In sailing vessels
the rates are $ fraction lower.

83
22

,

•

-1866.-

Mid.

40

Annexed is a comparison of the
prices of middling
ton at this date iu each of the last four
years :

Middling—

-

Good and

31*@-

This has been a dull week on
from Liverpool.
The price of middling has fluctuated between
28^
and 80c, and closes at
29c, but buyers evince little
disposition to enter
the market.
show




Ordinary
and middling.

1,723

.

Queenstown, per hark
Galveston—To Liverpool, per Progress, 931
brig Denmark, 800
....Galveston 1,701
Suwa 733
To Bremen, per bark
Fortuna, 1,394
Norfolk, Va—Per steamer Bosphorus
2,443
Wilmington, N. C.—Per brig Arcadia 259

1S67.

r~

t

.

son

1,317,018

1867.

467,770

<4,-68
54,464
215,000
267,86181,958

1,081,341

particulars of sales and imports for the week and
the stocks of each
description of produce on the

evening of Thursday last.
*

,

For latest news
respecting the Liverpool cotton market see Telegraph des¬
patches at the close of our London letter in a previous
part oi this paper.—[Ea.
Commercial &

Financial Chronicle.

THE CHRONICLE.

April 6,1867.]
bales, etc,, or all descriptions.

Total

6,120
2,040

Indian
14,230
China and Japan..
170
East

Total

This

1866.

day.

102,335

200,083
90,274
1,644,675

72,090
14,990

12,993

530

96,500
3,570

8,409,020 467,770

420,470

516,770

63,575

6,424

174,097
4C

China and Japan
Total

80,462

i

540,741 73S,505

167,270

47,630
44,270
6,920

41.760

97,560

Imports, Jan.

1 to March 21

bales.

1865.

70,309
52,640
126,785

1866.

77,299
65,576
46,594

Favrb, March 22.—This market has followed the

21,037
40,509
41,288
of that in

course

Light.

1

IMPO RTS

,

1866,

>

hales.

1866,

bales.

71,001

STOCKS MARCH
v

SEED

bales.

21,750

11,352

9.600

13,995

26,750

50,676

62,302

88,841

“

New York
Ohio

“

“

Pennsylvania “

“

Running Lots

low.

1,582

9,659

20,392

18,135

New Orleans...
Mobile

140
140

150

Georgia

140

41,750

54,464

Black

ord.
160
157
157

150
150

Ord.
167
162
162

ord.
173
168
168

Choice.

190
185
185

good

“

Very

Mids.

fine

“

40
60

Bright work—common “

25

200 to 235
195 to 210
195 to 210

low
230
228
225

good

“

1867.

long as the stocks remain so small and the assortments poor.
The following table presents the particulars of the shipments

873

.

485

Baltimore

....

Philadelphia

•

New Orleans

*

...

.

•

•

....

•

....

45

39

Boston

92

665

13

....

161
18

•

•

•

•

”25

•

....

•

•

9

....

....

•

•

,

•

•

•

•

•

208

•

•

•

•

•

lbs.

•

•

%...

....

•

100

•

•

....

•

•

•

•

•

....

60© 70
75© 85
90@1 00

Good
Fine

•

•

....

701
618

130
422

1,388

1,295

1,066
695
232

9
21
20

308
250
5

•

•

•

...

....

....

Stock

April 1,

“

3,345
12,678
2,139

*

•

•

247,227

•

1, 1866.

200

6,382

38

Italy

Prance

3,072
3,668

16

Spain, &c

3,999

481"

821
14

Africa, &c
China, India, &c.

779
...

Australia
B. N. Am. Prov..
South America...

15

166
94

West Indies
East Indies
Mexico

415.
1

Honolulu, &c

298

5
466
50

39
470
533
268
1

435
2
30

...

902
342
231

962

2,392

212,354
31,586

76^893
1,658,268
90,697
250,854
395,609

‘47

OF

STOCKS

14,660

7,581

252

..

1.969

The following table indicates the ports
above exports have been shipped :
From

Hhds. Cases. Bales,

.17,982

...

2,038 1,242

Portland..

20
.

San Francisco.

12,509 6.314
25

193

3,680,579

from which the

Bxs. & /—Sterns-^ Lbs.
Strips, pkgs. hhds. bis. manl’d.
...

—

80

14

3,125
21

erne.

...

...

26

29

872
11 1,097
1,511
430

...

Stock

April 1,1867

....

29

..

8
100

.

43,128

,

127

THE

NEW

YORK

TOBACCO

Va.&N.C,

Ohio,

Md.,

Hhds.
613
2s6

Hhds.
22
2

Hhds.
.20

12,998
2,927

...

.




14,660 7, Sol

262

...

3,371 1,097

229

Total
Hhds.

14,977
2,165

S99
270

24

20

15,920
2,435

629

24

20

18,485

Received since
Total
Delivered since

4,827
1,008

Stock in Brooklyn Inspection Warehouse, April 1,1867
Total stock

8,819
17,304
27,24S
26,399

:

Sams time, 1866
“

.*■

1665

The
Nov. 1,

receipts of tobacco at New York this week, and since
have been as follows:
RECEIPTS AT

NEW

From

8R816

Virginia.
198
42
1420

New Orleans.

Ohio, &c
Total

SINCE

NOVEMBER

1.

1866.
r-T’l sin,

Previously—,
hhds.
pk"s.
2,726
30,996

hhds.

3,092

1,489
1,072

1,436

1,687
1,114

1,782

350

434
246

6,939

9,7(55

8,359

10,199

124

279

124

525

2,930

12,350

42,S26

14,376

45,766

....

Other

The

YORK

r-This week—^
hhds.

2,026

350

following are the exports of tobacco from New York
week :

for the past

EXPORTS

Exported to hhds. cs's.
cs’s.
34
76
Liverpool
London...
Havre

5

Rotterdam.
Bremen....
China..

72

OF

TOBACCO

Manfd
lbs.

bis.
.

1,047
49,572

.

1

58
10

265

.

.

•

YORK.*

Exported to hhds. cs’s. bis.
Guiana
4
Cuba

4
15

ManTd
lbs.

25

4439
3,322
8,926

92

..

82,247

*

•

NEW

Other W. In.
N. Am. Col

46
*

432
16

FROM

14,401
21

-

Total exports
for the w’k 337

655

840

..

*

Total since Nov. 1. .86,518
36,518

INSPECTION

3,810 hhds.
1,017 '*

NewGrenada

...

...

200

1,198
1,003

Brooklyn inspection—Stock March 1, 1867

Hamburg..
..

.

...

...

3,490,770
146,681

...

13
4

229

...

57

►

1,311

1,898

25

12,812

...

8,906

229 3,371

Tc*. &

•

IN

Received

5

50

T1 since Nv.l, ’66 36,518

25

Ky.

630

41

All others

1,398

Hhds.

lbs.

726,769
159,444

18,215

542
97

bales.

25

4,465

...

217
1,300
*

Yara,

bales.

WAREHOUSE

Manfd,

13,262
86,411

50

Cuba,

7,739
12,830

1866
1865

“

MONTHLY STATEMENT

120,184

....

Cer’s &
,—Stems—* Pkgs.
Cases. Bales, tcs. Stps. hhda. bales. &bxs.
216
845
1,084
6
229
543
9,907 3,541
1,671

Holland

TOBACCO.

12,739'
5,000

1867

“

102.909

Export* of Tobacco from the United States since Novem¬
Hbda.

SPANISH

Total

....

direction, since November 1, 1866:
ber

OF

....

179
•

Yara, average lots

STOCKS

Sales & reshipments to March 31, ’67

•

....

1 25@2 50
55@1 05
60© 70

Yara

9,995

338

Below we give our usual table shewing the total exports
of Tobacco from all the ports of the United States, and their

Mediterranean...
Austria

@..

2,744

...

Total this week
Total last week
Total previous week.

Havana.—Wrappers

bales.

82,247
20,324

•

•

Man’l,

179

....

....

....

....

ll

8an Francisco

«• .

....

....

@70c
©40c
@75c

Havana,

ports:

Hhds. Case. Bals. Tcs,&c & bxs hhds. bales.

Exported from
New Vork

Germany

@!5

Fine, tax paid. 80 @1 25
work,medium, in bond 12J4@18c
g^od & fine *• 20 @30c
Bright work, medium... 11 15 ©40c
good & fine “ 50 @S5c

Stock March 1, 1867.
Received since

“

Pkgs. ,—Stems

Belgium....

8
..

Black

of Tobacco

though the shipments still continue small.
be expected that the exports will be very large so

for the week from all the

©30c
©55c

MONTHLY STATEMENT OF

from all the ports,

Great Britain

@6
@5

FOREIGN.

“

increase this week in the exports

an

45

Havana.—Fillers—Common.

Friday, P. M., April 5,

To

©22
© 6
6J6©11
5 @10

@10

4

3

work—com., tax paid. 25

TOBACCO.

Norfolk, Va

..

©11

5

.'

Fillers

“

It cannot

@20

10
5

©'834"
© 8%

-

New York Fillers
Ohio and Pennsylvania

Good

Very

Low.

We have

@15
@18

Crop of 1866

©70c.
@55

6
5

?

1866

Very

Kilogs.

©16

Heavy.

12
16
19

manufactured.

other kinds..

Per 60

@14

Crop.

65

25
9

Fillers..

,

including

Total,

10
18
15

(BOXES).

“

24,545

18,834

LEAP

Wrappers, Selections
Running

“

1867,

bales.

40,700
13,248
31,900

Light.
©12c.

Good Leaf...
Fine do
Selections

Old

Connecticut

bales.

1866,

(HHDS.).

..

16.

8TC >CKS

/

1867,

bales.

21,320

15,

DELIVTCRIES

,

1867,

32,013
8,567
26,412

American.. bales.
Brazilian
East Indian

TO MARCH

CURRENCY.

Heavy.
..

kilogs.
AND DELIVERIES, JAN.

IN

Common Lugs.. 4 @ 4>£c.
@
Good
4X® 534
Lugs
5#@ 6%
Common Leaf... 6 © 7
'7 © 8%
Medium
do
7)rf@ 9#
9 @11#

Very Ordi¬
New Orleans, for April, has sold at 166f. 50c. to 157f. 50c. per

hlPOETS

Manufactured tobacco is in

KENTUCKY LEAP

Liverpool and London, and closes with much inactivity,
nary

hhds., nearly all Kentucky, of

QUOTATIONS
1864.

Deliveries
Stocks, March 21

60

600

sale of 80 bales Havana at 75c.
reduced stock aud very
firm.

March 28.—Prices at the commencement of the week ad¬
fd. per lb., but this improvement has been almost en¬
tirely lost. The following particulars relate to East India, China and
London,

vanced £d. to

Japan cotton :
r

about

from 5 to 17c. for common to good medium
qualities. Seed leaf continues quiet. There is still complaint
that suitable goods are not offered.
The sales embrace 59
cases Ohio old P. T., 25 do do new
12c., 25 do State 11-J-c.,
15 do do 7-Jc., 40 do Connecticut fillers
3^c., 31 do old do
wTappers 31c. In foreign tobacco we have only to notice the

23,180
11,620
270,100
2,840

18,268

74,064
20,385

221,580

Com¬

this market
range

1866.

1,156,130 227,800
404,865
54,800

the market.

which exporters took the
large share for the continent, and we
notice also a charter of a
ship of 900 tons to go to Baltimore
and load tobacco for Bremen.
The prices paid by shippers in

43,040

1866.

feature in

new

are

sales amount to

Stocks
,
Same
date
Dec. 31

280,761 353,596
75,822 111,323

5,816
10,238
1,046

Egyptian
West Indian
Eastlndian

39,040

768,450

,,

To this To this
date
date
1867.
1866.

This
week.
6.938

Brazilian.

657,000

no

still made of deficient supplies and unsuitable as¬
sortments, and prices have an upward tendency.
In leaf the

'

47,400 15,-70 4,810 67,680
-Import s-

American

plaints

port.

American....bales. 21,000
4,840

£ Total.

Average

this

Specula- this
period weekly sales.
1866.
1867.
1866.
tion. week. year.
4.240 8,250 27,490 242,520 841,030 16 040 17,980
62.230
4,130
5,600
95,830
*250
250 5.840
68,980
4,270
59,120
4,690
480
330 5,930
18,260
1,740
25,520
1,080
420
120 2,580
9,880 1,860 25,970 272,470 233,670 13,390 12,990
130
40
1,420
2,400
100 —
270

Trade,

Brazilian
Egyptian
West Indian

There is this week

Same

Total

Ex-

435

3,680,579

The exports in this table to
European ports are made
fests, verified and corrected by an inspection of the cargo.

up

from mani¬

THE CHRONICLE.

436
The direction of the
have been

as

follows

:

[April 6, 1867.

exports this week, from other ports, market, and the report of liberal shipments of California wheat
to this port, have served, however, to prevent any considerable

From Baltimore—To Bremen 482 hhds., 170 hhds of stems, 6,939 lb*, of manu¬
factured— To Montevideo 13,385 lb* of manufactured
ToDemerara 3
hhd*.

From Boston—To Africa 29 hhds. 7 cases, 7 boxes
To St. Pierre, Martinique
32 cases, 13 bales and 50 boxes—To British Provinces 11 hhds., 6 oases,

151 boxes.
From Philadelphia—To Barbadoes 388 lbs. of manufactured.
From New Orleans—To Bremen 84 hhds.. .To Liverpool 67
aonoras 25 bales.
From Norfolk—To Liverpool IS hhds, 9 tcs., 100 bxs.
From San Francisco—To Acapulco 1 case.

hhds..

To Mata-

movement of that sort

The

season

has thus far been

un*

favorable to

spring wheat, and very little has been sown, al¬
though it should be in the ground by this time. The crops
of winter wheat, whose failure the two previous seasons is the
cause of the present high prices, are [ now reported to
give
abundant promise of a full crop.
Corn has been variable. The stock is large, but with the

favorable accounts from Liverpool, and some speculative feel¬
of ing fcn Western account, prices were firmer to-day. About
quiet in the absence
supplies, and the sales were only about 100 hhds. for the week, includ¬
bushels have been taken during the week for Great
ing 11 hhds. lugs at 4o$, 3 good leaf, old, at 12c., and a round lot of 28 15,000
Britain. There has been some buying, also, for Eastern mar¬
hhds. at 10c. per lb. Prices are very full. Manufactured also remained
quiet. Receipt 110 hhds. Exports : to Bremen, 84 hhds.. Liverpool, kets. The arrivals of new corn are liberal, and nearly equal
67 hhds., New York, 78 hhds. Total, 229 hhds. Stock on hand, 1,539 to the wants of the trade.
Rye has been advanced by specu¬
New Orleans —The market has continued

hhds.

bushel. It is supposed that the price
approximate the value of common spring
wheat, as it certainly does in actual serviceableness. Oats have
The following are quotations :—Common lugs 2£@3J,fair to good
become dull at the advance. Barley has experienced an irregu5, common leaf
raedinm 8@10, fair to good 12@15, good t# fine
lar decline, attended with liberal purchases for the English
16@20, fancy wrapping 20@32.
TOBACCO STATEMENT.
markets; good Canada West being taken for shipment at 93
Deliveries to March 16. .hhds.
66
95c. per 48 lbs.
7,701 Receipte since—local
Stock
band March 19.
Tolal
.hhds.
The following are closing quotations:
3.87 J
4,683
738 Deliveries since.
Receipts
Kentucky.—At Louisville the market last week was again very
active, with prices tending upwards. The eales were about 1.000 hhds.

lation 5 to 8 cents per

of this article must

on

since—couutr,.

1,010

Stock

Virginia—At

on

hand March 23.hhds

Petersburg last week the market

was

3,673

active, at full

prices

tor all desirable grades. 350 hhds. anti lots of loose have been
sold at the Merchants’ Exhange the present week.
We quote primings
and common lugs at $1.50 to *2 60, lugs in good order $4 to 8, good leaf

f> 10 to 12, very good $16.76 to 25, fine $35 to 66, fancy $65 to 70.
At Richmond

note in

22

prices.

on

the 3d the breaks

The transactions

parcels loose tobacco sold

were

ranged large, without change to
146 hhds., 18 tcs., 25 boxes, and

Caswell, in North Carolina, the tobacco

Amber do
White

Corn, Western Mixed

Wheat,

Peas, Canada

as

Lugs.—Manufacturing,
$7 ; manufacturing,
eun cured, $10 to $15;
shipping, common to good, $3 to $6 50.
Leaf.—Manufacturing, common to good, $8 to $18 ; manufacturing,
faDcy common, $20 to $30 ; fancy wrappers, medium to fine $35 to $100.
The Lynchburg News estimates that in the counties of Halifax.
Pittsylvania, Franklin and Henry in Virginia, and Rockingham and

per

.

Malt

April 1,

1867.

651,000

1867.

450.000

320.000

1,900,000
2,800,000

Flour, bbls.

1,660,000
2,000,000
1,800,000
380,000
800,000

6,950,000

3,497,000

directly in¬

...

2,540.000

14,192,000

9,700,000

...

Maryland.—At Baltimore receipts are still small, and shippers buy
sparingly ; sales mostly confined to Maryland within our previous

The movement in breadstuffs at this market has been as follows:

range, though new crop
of new

is held firmly. We notice some small receipts
Kentucky, but there is very little disposition to operate on the
part of buyers. Inspections this week, 219 hhds. Maryland, 56 Ohio
and 27 jKentucky—total 302 hhds. Included were lu2 hhds.
Mary¬
land, 4 Kentucky reinspected. Cleared the same period, 482 hhds.
leaf, and 179 do stems, to Bremen, and 3 do leaf to West Indies.
repeat former quotations, viz:

Maryland frosted
“

41
“

“
“

to com’n

sound common.

good

“

..

middling

$1.50® 3.00
3.50® 4 00
5.00® 5.50

6.00® S.00
good tonne b’wn 10.00®15,( 0

fancy

17.0G®25.00
TOBACCO

Stock 1 t

Jan., 1867, hhds
Inspected this week
do
previously

We

Maryland upper country.. $3.00®30.00
ground leav. new 3.00® 5.00
Ohio inferior to good com. 4.00® 6.00
brown and spangled. 7.00®12.G0
g’d & flue red <& spgld 13.00®17.00
“
line yellow & fancy.. 20.00®30.00
“

302

RECEIPTS

2,683
Stock to-day in wareh’6es

& on shipboard not cl’d
& on
14,547
Manufactured Tobacco.—Business continues dull, and no activity is
looked for until there is an improvement in the receipts of new stock
Some small lots of Black Work have arrived, but this
description is

22,580

....

sought for.

Friday, April 6,1867, P. M.

The market has been very

irregular. Of itself the tendency
is downward, but the influence of
speculative orders from the
West has been to give some irregular advance to prices.
Flour has arrived more freely, and receivers have pressed
sales from the wharf, which gave prices a turn in favor of the
buyer ; but the excitement which has sprung up at the Western
markets, attended with

a

42,380
660

large advance, began to be felt here

Wednesday. The market has recovered from the lowest
prices of Tuesday about 15@25c. per bbl., closing dull. The
stock is large for the season, and the receipts from all sources,
including the production of local millers, about equal to the
wants of the market on the reduced scale of
exports, and the
trade, in view of the extreme prices now ruliug, act with the
greatest caution. The liberal supply of California flour comes
in strong competition with the higher grades of Western.
Wheat has recovered the decline of last week, with a good
milling demand. Piices in the Western rm rkets are relatively
10@20c. per bushel higher than here, and buyers
*m to
have acte 1 in apprehension of a combination to force a correspoodtog advance here* Tb« extrema closenesi of th# money

2,580

715

6,630
11,835

122,315
246,020

30,475
6,260

150

Rye, bush.
Barley, &c., busn.
Oats, bush

42,275
5,703

384,550

104,870
66,835
477,980
12,705

1,480

32,500

232.615

388,325

NEW YORK FOR THE WEEK AND BINGE JAN. 1
Flour, C. meal Wheat, Rye, Barley. Oats, Corn,
bush.
bash. bush.
bush. bush.
bbls.
bbla.
60,990
5,750 151,430
2,076
25
98,7341 ,891,121
14,086 6,515 694,720
3,532
2,228

FOREIGN EXPORTS FROM
To
Gt. Brit, week
since Jan. 1

•

17,525
3,390

56,428

7,323
1,632
24,795

Boston

1, from

.

«

•

•

•

•

•

....

•

»

•

....

•

•

•

•

•

5*,962

2,757
29,226

2,478
50,9 0
5,750 155,087
34,322 128,620 719,108 102,7871,937,308
355,0211,576,043
100,296 126,463
• •

,

1,494

600

7,071
8,350

.

•

•

•

.

.

•

.

1

5,948

29,340

.

•

....

•

33,228

Philadelphia

•

•

10,806

........

..

•

•

675

4,490
34,800
time, 1866. 266,088 29,463

Stnce Jan*

•

•

Total expH, week
8,352
since Jan. 1, 1867 103,065
same

•

•

•

•

—

Wc‘t Vnd. week.
since Jan. 1

Baltimore

BREADSTUFFS.

For week. S’eJan.l.

379,960
96,845
204,580
408,070

5,855

since Jan. 1

8,033

NEW YORK.

23,080

N. A. Col. week..

Cleared for foreign ports. 6,754
t oastwise & reinspected 2,279

AT

For week. B'eJan.l.

Flour, bbl*
Corn meal, bbls...
Wheat, bush
Corn, busk

“

“

STATEMENT.

19,595

Total




March l,

Dec. 31.
1866.

-

2,450,000
500,000
1,600,000

based on the careful researches of persons
terested in the matter.

on

1 25® 1 40
75® 3 S3

STOCKS IN STORE AND AFLOAT.

now on

are

...

.1

...

estimates

..

3 25
3 95
1 23

120® 135

White beans

3 20® 2 75

2 75

®
1 17® i 26
130® 148
66® 70
72® 74
87® 1 20

Jersey Yellow

Spring

bushel

®

Rye.....
Oats, Western cargoes...
Jersey and State
>
Barley

5 40® 6 00

Chicago

-

Western Yellow*..

Western White

hand is worth $12,000,The crop of Pittsylvania alone is placed at $3,000,000. These

000.

not

$2 15®
®
8 10®
3 10®
1 20®

Red Winter

mon to good
11 10®13 40
Double Extra Western
and St. Louis
13 60®17 00
Southern supers
11 50®13 26
Southern, fancy and ex. 13 50®17 00
Rye Flour, fine and super¬
fine
7 50® 8 25
Corn meal, Jersey and

Brandywine

follows:
common to good, $3 to

Milwaukee Club

Flour, Superfine.. # bbl $9 85®10 90
Extra State
11 00® 12 80
Shipping R. hoop Ohio. 11 85®12 70
Extra Western, com¬

....

257,571

936

3,654 162,497
560

340,286

at Lake Ports.—-The following shows the receipts
following lake ports for the week ending March 30:

Weekly Receipts
at the

Corn.
cental.

Oats.
cental.

Barley.
cental.

cental.

9,919
7,115

6,827
2,276

9,230
4,098

771

1,883

....

881

82,161
4,503
65,672
6,838

945

....

4,820

3(y20

2,008
4,880

Flonrbbls.

21,085
4,949

6,774

Milwaukee
Toledo
Detroit
Cleveland

2,853

.

28,334
22,171
5,124

5,885

Chicago

Wheat.
cental.

189.2S4
60,830
40,546
90,115
190,018
40,051
47,470
60,697
Corresponding week,’66 61,443
Since Jan. 1,1867
747,492 1,274,151 1,554,960
Same time, 1866
934,095
670,602 1,507,939
Totals
Previous .week

24,693
28,419
20,460

350,688
412,072

1,411

Rye.

....

12,842

13,328

12,122

11.H62
3, *82

4,750

168,273 119,924
80,748 98,528

Liverpool, March 22.—Circulars to this date report a quiet, steady
market, without important feature. The following statistics are given:
farmers1

deliveries of wheat.

57,584 qr*. at 59b. 4d.
72,446
44 45s. 6d.

Week ending March 16, 1867....
Same time 1866
IMPORTS.

Wheat,
qrs.

,—-Flour—.
bbls.

4

United States and Canada...

France, Spain and Portugal.
North Europe

166
." 1,230
.

3,069

•

•

#

•

....

600
200

Same time is#.:

t » f r * 1 ?»■ f»

.

100

800

169,198

12,979

81,714

157,80?

P

3,817

....

4,299
.

I. Corn.

sacks.

MM

8,729

123,0 6

*Q5 M

■?$&!

O'
-

-

M.

trade has been rather inactive during the week
under review. In some instances small stocks are referred too
as a reason for want of business, while the stringency in the

Receipts

and 5,300 half chests Japans.
Imports of the week have included portions of cargoes of three
vessels from China as follows: by the “ Charger” .from Whampoa
80 357 lbs. Congou a»d Souchong, 7,691 of Poucbong, 819 Oolong, and
6,371 of Imperial ; by the “Edith Banfield” from Shanghae 27,237 lbs.

89,065

14,460
188,754
Young Hyson.. 799,008
Imperial
138,579
Gunpowder
180,413
1,221,533
Japans

1,139,401
374,163
7,732,161
608,274
21,453
1,246,576
6,003,619
1,168,622
1,208,670
3,587,805

5,321,196

21,910,ll7

Congou

& Sou. 515,435

Poucbong

2,215,586

Ool ong&Ning.

68,89}

Twankay

Hyson skin...
Hyson....

Total

York.
lbs.

pkga.

4,618,153

37,357

921,093

1,153.592
3,f25,789

At N. AtBoston
York.

From
50

20,515,711 j 37^357 11,669,601 6,211

quiet at last week’s

quotations. Sales are reported of 8,910

Talisman at 13fc. gold, duty paid, and 3,500 do ex Nau¬
tilus, on private terms^ In other kinds sales are reported of 1,000
mats Java, at 26c., gold, duty paid; 600 bags St. Domingo, at life.,
gold, in bond ; and 1,275 bags do on private terms.
Imports of the week amount to 5,000 bags of Rio per " Talisman ”
3,600 bags per “ Brazileira,” and 152 bags sundries.
*
The imports since January 1, and *tjck in first hands Aoril *
bags Rio ex

r

follows:

OTHER SORTS.

New Orleans “
Mobile

“

Galveston

34,714
3,200
6,000
2,500

44
“

Savannah

.....

St.

1,560

41
“
“
Domiago,44

30,938

5,889 2,490
3,736

Total

4,791 <065
9,328 1,086
5,139 2,186

was

„

34,764

42,073

33,092

85

6,802

876

651

520

5,114

5,236

Philadelphia

do

2,871

7,087
1,456

1,510
1,328
4,026

Total
*

do
do

import

bags.

2,203
1,406

42,911

Includes barrels and tierces

897

48,319

•

•

•

•

117
60
**••

....

....

14,284

262

39,979
1,071
6,863

'

,

10,051
•

•

•

•

41,523
•

.

Ex fine to finest.1 45 @1 70

Cunp. & Imp., Com. to fairl 00 @1 15
do
Sup. to fine.l 30 ©1 55
do do Ex. r. to finest. 1 t>5 @1 90
H. Sk. &Tw’kay,C, to fair. 65 @1 70
do
do Sup. to fine 75 ® 80

wd Malanias;

or

.

.

Rio, prime, duty paid ...gold . @ 194do good
gold D}® 19
do fair...
gold 17}® 1 j
do ordinary
gold >6 ® 10}

5,482

•

6

RJelado

®

9 9J® 10

do 10 to 12 lO1® RT

do

•v

62,767

14,007

41,682

reduced to hogsheads.

>

■

Ex f. to finestl 10 @1*20

Oolong, Common to fair...
do
Superior to fine...

80 ®. 35
95 ®l ^5

do
Ex fine to finest .1 £6 @1 75
Souc & Cong.. Com. to fair 65 ® 75
do
Sup’rtoflne. 85 ®l 10
do
Ex f. to finest l 25 @1 60
.

lava.mats and
Native Ceylon
Maracaibo

bags

...

gold 25 ® 25
19 ® 20
174® 18
-

17*® 18
16 ® 16

de 13 to 15 114®
do 16 to 18 12}®
do 19 to 2U 131®
white .... 134®
®
14}®

Crushed and powdered
White coffee, A
Yellow coffee

t

New Orleans
Porto Rico

14i@

D}
l£}
14}

144
16*
..

..

® 14
® 134

•

$ gallon.
gall*

0C4® 75
43 ® 55

46

do Clayed.
B:,rbaduea....

..

® 49
® ..

Spices
Cassia, in mats..gold $ lb

Ginger, race and Af(gold)

(.gold)

Mace

Nutmegs, No.l....(gold)

41®
1-34®
85 ®
85®

21}

(gold)

314®

Pimento, Jamaioa.(gold)

19®

..

(gold)

274®

23

Pepper,
lv
9 i
87

Cloves

Fruit.
Raisins, Seedless.
do Layer
do Bunch
Currants

Sardines..

4cask 8 25®
$ box 3

85

Eigs, Smyrna

®

3 t2 @S 65

$ B>

114® Vi
2s ® 30
2> ® 22

i..

124®’.18
82 ® 85
23 ® SO

Citron, Leghorn
Prunes, Turkish
Dates

Almonds, Languedoc

do
Provence
do
Sicily, Soft Shell
do
Shelled
Sardines
box
do
..'.
$ ht. box

23

® 24

85 ®
..

86

®

80 ®

THE DRY

War.box
go d $ ff>

Brazil Nuts
Filberts, Sicily
Walnuts,
Drihd FruitApples
Blackberries
Raspberries
Pared Peaches
Unpeeled do
Cherries, pitted,

$

new....

184® 18}
16 ®
15 ®
10 ®
8 ®

20
17
It
18

9

® 12

23
45
87
13
50

® 24
® 48
® 42
® 16
® 52

31

GOODS TRADE.
B RIDAY, P.

•

4,056

do
do

Molasses*

.

897

90

fair. 85® 90
Sup’r to fine.1. 00 @1 05

Laguayra
St Domingo
do fair to g. cargoes . .gold 17}® 18*
Sugar,
do
do
Porto Rico
$ B> 10 ® K}
do
9j@ V}
do
Cuba, inf. to com. refining
10 ® 104
do
do
do fair to good
do ...
do
do
do fair to good grocery... 10J® H
111® 12
Loaf
do pr. to onoice
do
9 ® 11
Granulated
do centrifugal

8.475
•

85®

Uncol. Japan, Com. to

Coffee.

159

...

Havana, Match 28.—In addition to causes mentioned in our last for
lower prices, a stringent money market ha9 increased the tendency to
decline, and 6 to 6£ rs. is now the quotation for No. 12, with very few
•ales to report in the week.
The following will show the receipts, exports and stocks at Havana




do

Duty : 8 cents

106,165
108,937

25,969
22,024

do
do

kind,

/—Duty raid—,
do Ex f. to fln’st

do

Ex fine to finest... I 30 ® l 60

Y’g Hyson, Com. to fair
80 @1 00
do
Super, to fine.^1 10 @1 40

Cuba Muscovado.

2.. 29,867

Imports since Jan. 1. 30,441

hogsheads.

FRUITS.

491

Cuba.
,
For’gn, Orleans, Total bags.
boxes, ♦hhds. ♦hhas. •hhds. ♦hhds.

Portland
Boston

8,937

5,233

without

rather quiet at

At— •
N. York stock April
Same date 1866

....

business is

do

,

Baltimore
New Orleans

are

5,668

the close of last and beginning of the
present week, but has since somewhat improved, and we quote raw
sugars at about £c. advance. The market has been quite active during
the last few days, and closes steady. The sales include about 6,000
hhds. of Cuba and Porto Rico, and 1,400 boxes Havana. Refined sugar
is in good demand, but at rather lower rates.
Imports at New York have been larger than usual, amounting to
4,241 boxes aud 6,984 hhds. of Caba, 1,594 hhds. of other, and 15,808
bags of Manila. At the other ports receipts have been very small.
Stocks and imports are as follows :
New
Other
Brazil, Manila,
Sugar

984

507

inactive, with but little business of any

Hav’a, Box. D. S. Nos. 7 to

SUGAR.
•

Fruits

do

39,877 12,414

44

Other,

201,151

Total

York, At Boat,
import. Stock. Imports.
bags 11,514 1,0-31
At New

Java,
<600 Ceylon
6,000 Singapore,
Maracaibo,
2*666 Laguayra

1,12*2

81

4,891

Duty pa d —Hyson, Common to fair ... 85 @1 00
do
Superior to fine.... 1 1‘* @1 25

81

closes

20,338

535

....

Includes barrels and tierces reduced to

do

Stock.

44

809
171
8

12,452
10,059
2,812
8,697

445

....

ever,

Import.
116,917
bags
Philadelphia 44 ...... 1,800
Baltimore
“
"6,660

44
44

6,831

3,664

4

14,389

change in prices to report.

pkg. all sorts^

been quite inactive all the week. The stocks are, how¬
small, and prices are consequently maintained. The market

New York,

*

44

....

SPICES.

1,030,952

COPPER.

44
s 44

44

Spicks continue

Coffee has

OP RIO

1,100
3,899

quotable change in prices and a moderate
reported in foreign dried. Domestic dried fruits are quiet
Europe
202,109
but steady. The sales include some 20,000 boxes layer raisins, and
6,384
From E’tIndsmall parcels of each of the other articles to the jobbing trade.
695,726
We annex ruling quotations :
696,301 Exp’ts oth.p’ts
Tea.

241,15s

7,137,309
56,700
113,015
900,024
4,879,470

♦

COFFEE.

are as

44

bbls.

♦hhds.

♦hhds.

Total

686,981 From G’t Brit
69,093
6,161
81

1,>41,614

44

44

Baltimore
New Orleai

to Jau. 26, 1867, and importa
1:
* r—IMP’T8 AT N. Y. A B08TON.—\
Direct ,—Indirect—>

lbs.

lbs.

lbs.

44

Philadelphia 44

Boston,

Amoy

44

44

N. O.

,—Porto Rico-^Other Foreign.—,

Cuba.
♦hhds.

Portland

the shipments of Tea from China and Japan

at New

,are

New York, stock April 2. 2,200
N. Y., Imp’ts since Jan. 1.18,441

steamer,

,

uniform rates.

moderately active, at very steady,

At

and Souchong and 426,286 of Oolong and Ningyong,

SHIPMENTS PROM CHINA AND JAPAN.
To Atlantic ports.
, To San
Same FranJan. 1 to
J une 1 to
in ’65, cisco,
Jan. 26.
Dec. 31.

2,484

16,731

...

,

14,272
17,470
15,665

principally of low grades, but business is somewhat in
terrupted by want of stock. The sales include 750 hhds. Ouba, 160
hhds. Porto Rico, 250 Muscovado, and 100 Deraerara.
Imports of the week have been 2,389 hhds. of Cuba, and 1,380 of
Porto Rico at New York, receipts at other ports being small.
Stocks and imports are as follows;
The sales

Greens

,

3,488

Molasses has been

week. The sales
from first hands are principally of^ the better qualities of Japan and
Green, and these maintain prices : other kinds are quiet and easier.
The market closes quiet, with sales for the week of 5,850 half chests

United States, from June 1, 1866,
tions at New York and Boston since Jan.

10,928

....

Stocks,
hhds.

20,790
16,212
17,826.

3,602
2,076

10,460

2,715

4,416
2,838

hhds.

1.

MOLASSES.

continued in light demand for the entire

to the

302,074
866,485

follows :

>

r-To U. States-^
r-Total exports—,
forw’k. s’ce Jau. 1. for w’k. s’ceJan.

foe

1867
1866
1865

Exports.

,

week,

Year.

TEA.

lbs. Congou

boxes.

208,433
250,016
sales reported.

quotations are
to 6£ rs. for common refining. ’
Receipts, exports and stocks at Havana and Matanzas are a9

market prevents operations to some extent. There is
still a want of confidence in prices, and all dealers are running
down their stocks to the lowest possible condition. The de¬
mand from the interior is comparatively small for the season.

and 316 pkgs per European
The following table shows

215,991

stocks

The

money

Hyson skin, 77,708 Hyson, 250,175 Y. Hyson,
Imperial, and 75,926 of Gunpowder; by the 44 Brothers ” from

,—Total export—,
week.
Since Jan. 1.
41,827
270,540

3,350
40.384
77,121
42,188
61,975
82,319
57,029
75,454
70,419
Musoovadoes.—The market reruiias dull, with no

1867
1866
1865

The Grocery

Twaokay 1,907

Since Jan. 1.

week.

week.

Year.

Friday, April 6, 1867-P.

684

r-ExptS to U. S.—,

Rec’d this

GROCERIES.

Tea has

437

THE CHRONICLE.

April 6,1867.]

M., April 5, 1867.

Dry Goods Markets has continued during the week
moderately active with but little change in prices of leading
standard makes of domestic goods, which are in rather light
stocks. The pleasant weather was expected to materially re¬
vive business, but it has resulted only in prolonging the exist¬
ing trade, and adding to the demand for light makes of spring
fabrics. The reports from abroad have been, and still are
unfavorable to the market for the raw material, and with the
The

438

THE CHRONICLE.

[April 6,1867.

considerable decline in cottOD, manufacturers

are willing to Swiss ruby 17$, London
Mourning 15$, Simpson Mourning 15$, Amoe
goods of light weight, stocks of which keag Mourning 14$, Garners light 18$, Donnell’s 16$, Allen 16$, Rich*
are
ample for the present wants of the country. The exports of mend 14, Gloucester 16$, Pacific dark 17 and 17$, Cocheco 18, Vic¬
dry goods and domestics are quite large now that prices have tory 13 and 14,Home 11, Wauregan 14 and 16$.
Lawns and Ginghams are
receded to a figure,
quite active, the warm
enabling shippers to realize a small profit. a more lively retail trade. Lancaster Ginghams sell weather catling out
at 23 cents. Hart¬
The following are the details for the week.
ford 18, Caledonia (new) 20,
Glasgow 21, Clyde 16, Berkshire

make concessions
upon

Exports
Liverpool

to

Bremen

Cuba
British W. Indies.
New Granada
China
Dutch W. Indies..
Africa
St. Pierre

British Provinces.
Total this week.
Since Jan. 1
Same time 1966...
“
“
1860...

-FROM BOSTON

Val.
cases.

18
4

pkgs

$7,198

Ellerton N, Bro.
85, doO do 32$, do T do 19, Laconia do 28, Slaterville do
24, Hamilton
do 28$, Rockland do 17,
Naumkeag do 25, Tremont do 21, Scotta extra
do 20, Whittendon do 22$, Ellerton N
Blea. 87$, do O do 36, do P do
82$, Sal’n Falls do 31$, Methuen A do 32,
Naumkeag do 25, Nashua
A 20,
Chicopee 22, Extra Plush 24.
Corset Jeans are in
steady moderate demand. Androscoggin 14,
Bates colored 14, do bleached
14, Naumkeag 21, Pepperell 22, Naumkeag satteen 23$, Laconia 22, Amoskeag 21, Newmarket 16$. Lewiston
14$. Indian Orchard 16, Berkeley 22,
Rockport 21, Tremont 12.
Cambrics and Silesias are also
steady. Washington cambrics sell at
13$ cents, Victory 12, do A 18, do high colors 14, Fox Hill
10$, Superior
11$, Sraithfield IS. Waverly 12, S. S. & Sons
paper cambrics at 17,
do high colors 19, White Rock
17, Masoovillp 17, and Indian Orchard
Silesias 211, Ward do at 21$.
^

oases.

2,363

3
2

;925

102
200
20

14,686.

25,200
2,160

'

451

14
....

220

....

....

$27,360

129

1,368 176,242
149
28,021

1,969

26,193

569

....

....

•

•

•

11
15

•

$25,618
431,109
260,699
.

•

.

*

40

1,397
196

14,891

.

Brown Shbettngs and Shirtings have been
only moderately active
for small orders. Prices are
steady for standards. Lower grades are
dull. Atlantic N 3-4
12$, Massachusetts 0 do 15, Indian Orchard L
do 18$, Commonwealth O do 10, Union
do 13, Pepperell N do 14,
Indian Head do 17$, Atlantic V 7-8
17, Atlantic E do 16$, Pacific
E do 16$, Tremont E do
14$, Bedford R do 18, Indian Orchard W do
15, Pepperell O do 16$, Indian Head 4-4 21, Princeton A do
21,
Pacific extra do 20$, do H do
20$, do L do 17$, Atlantic H do 21,
do A do 21, do L do
17$, Lawrence E do 18$, do C do 20, do F
do 17$, Stark A do 20,
Amoskeag A do 21, do B do 20$, Medford do 19$,
Pittsfield A do 16$, Kenebeck do
12$,
Indian Orchard
B do 15$, Sussex F do 17, NewmarketRoxbury A’do 19$,
C do 22$, Nashua D do 16,
Pep-

Woolen Goods

still quiet, except for the new
styles of fancy
goods suited to summer wean
Cloths are inactive and nominal, as are flannels and
blankets.
Mooslin Delaines are in
steady request for the new styles. All dark

cassimeres, and

exception of staple goods, and

rule lower.

do not

16, Shannon do 16, Laconia B do 18, Laconia O 9-8 19,
Pequot do 25,
Indian Orchard A 40 inch 19, do do O
17, Naumkeag W 5-4 23$. Utica
do 42$, Pepperell 7 4 36, Utica do
60, Pepperell 9-4 47$, Monadnoc
10-4 52$, Pepperell do
57$, Utica 11-4 90.

brands, with

no

and

Shirtings have been

change in prices,

Lower grades

WEEK

China

Glass
Acids

Anoline
Alum, cake
Bark Peruv.,..74
.198
Barytes
Blea powd... .100

Brimstone,
tons
265
Borax
..10
Castor Oil.. ...4
Camphor ... ..25
Chalk

Amoskeag 46 in 28$, Waltham 6-4 32$, Pepperell
Utica do 50, Waltham 3 4 45, Pepperell do
50, Pepperell 9-4
60, Utica do 80, Baltic 10-4 60, Bates do 65, Waltham do
65, Allen¬
dale do 65, Pepperell do 70, Utica do
85, Masabesic 11-4 62$, Amos¬
keag do 65, Pepperell do 80.
Ticks are not active, and with
large stocks prices are easier. Cones¬
toga C M 42$, Amoskeag A C A 48, do A 88, do B 33, do D
23, do
0 28, Pemberton A A 36$,
Brunswick 20, Blackstone River 20, Hamil¬
ton 85, do L) 32$, Somerset
13, Thorndike 21, Pearl River 46, Harvest
34, Hancock A A 29, Pittsfield 12, Bunkerhill 24, York 30 inch
85, Cor¬
dis A A A 40, Everett 22, Boston A A
32, Swift River 2T, Eagle 4 4
37$, Winnebago 12, B altic 12, Albany 12$.
Stripes are also dull and easier.
Amoskeag 28 and 29, Uncasville
19 and 20, Whittenton A A
28, do A 3-3 26, do B B 20, do C 18, Pitts¬
field,8-3 12$, Pemberton Awn 45, Haymaker
21$, Everett 27 inch

Cochineal...

..25
Gums,crude .668
do
arabie .94
.'20
Copal
Glue
..72
Indigo

Ipicac
Magnesia... .25
.

Oils
do ess
do linseed.
do olive
Paints
Paris white
...

tj




....

.

.8
10

Kg. antimony.70
Soda, bi crb.3445
do
do
do
do

sal

145

ash....441
caustic.173

nitrate.
Sulph. cop.. 10
Sumac
1813
Vermillion ...46
..

Whiting

275

Other

AT THE PORT OP

MARCH

NEW YORK FOR THE

29, 1867.

.Felting
Furs

..

281
963
737

88,333
11,755
40,486

865
318

1,932
12,392

29,594
4.103

1,403

2,243
1,000
1,129
3,533

13,144
1,029
18,623
4,43S
25,367
548

7,296
8,868
497

87

1,296
15,305
2,968

Lemons
Nuts...

Oranges

gin¬

ger

Cutlery

Sauces and pre¬

5,475

Instruments—

Mathematical. .1
56
1

81

Guns
97
Hard ware.... 266

Iron, hoop,

888

7,618
694

268

5,407
4.919

82

8682

Iron, sheet,
tons

Flax
Fish
Furniture

,.932

34,595
Lead,pigs. ..6777 38,3.34
Metal goods .16
4,245
.

Nails

8

142

Needles...,

4

2,590
2,586
1,405

4

Platina

1
Plated ware.... 1
Per caps
19

Saddlery

1
7244

9

Grindstones.
Gutta percha...

Guano

•*.

Hair

176
6

12,882

12,080
249

8,892
491

Paper hang¬
ings..

21

Perfumery.... 90

Pipes

8448

Rice

4,021

974

—.....

600

Salt

Stationery

1,496

24,133
9,796
891

2,179
2,718
5,238

55,866
7,482
1,809
7,599
706
8,600
2,874
867

Abbs...5,875 821,187
Sugar, bxs. A
bgs

Twine

16,184

5,020
947

Rags

Pepper..

748

1,110
2,280
1,599

Potatoes
Provisions

Soap
11
Sugar, hhds, tes,

Other
89
Woods—
Brazil wood....
Cedar
Cork
Fustic

75,200

1,559
1,407
Molaeses ...1828 53,406
Oil paintings..8
2,650

8,071

Paper

780

Macaroni... 1000

Cloves
Mustard

Engravings... ,2

810

man.

Seeds
Linseed... 67,003

Spices, Ac.—

9,546
1,470
19,093
8,455
1,216

90,162
1,224

44

872
439

..67
59
10

Rope....

Silver ware.... 2
Tin....... IS,006

16,034

..

85,697
9,661
1,173

Spelter ..221,000

3,491
2,830

20

M rble and
do

Iron, other,

Nickel
Old metal

416

...

Machinery.. 8436 23,707

87

Steel

Feathers
Firecrackers..

Ind. rubber ..231
Ivory
1084

1267,

Iron, RR. bars,

tons

1,840
Emery..... ..204 2,276
Fancy goods.... 79,821

Hemp
Honey.
Hops

Iron, Pig,
tons...

Effects

Haircloth

tons

11,470 Pimento
11,335 Stationery, Ac.—
24,320 Books
.103
503

serves

24,774

12,629
7,445

24,498

....

2,882

15,496

942

Figs

Musical
Nautical

Wines

Champagne,

Wire

Bananas
Currants
Dates

24
1709

baskets ..1376
1,841 Metals, Ac.—
60
Bronze goods..8
16,406 Chains & an¬
chors
6,730
142
486
Copper
40

..44

..

Preserved

.

83

Fruits, Ac.—

'

18,949 Watches
9 20,088
Willow
2,586
51,900 Leather, Hides, &c.—
Other
9,408
71,377 Bristles
20
8,601 Miscellaneous—
21,896 Boots & shoes.6
328
Baskets
188
8,089
82,842 Hides, dress¬
Bags
1,858
ed
138 66,440
Boxes
858
922
Hides, undress¬
Buttons
119 87,010
ed.
8,203
163,132 Building stones.
938
5,910 Horns
1,108 Burr stones8,128
464
Pat. leather... .1
772
Clay...
-8,128
1,319
Cheese
83
1,616
992 Liquors, Wines, Ac.—
Cigars
4,270
5,369 Ale.. '
492
4,460 Coal, tons...2710 10,606
1,765 Brandy
19
1,972 Corks
2,582
1,676 Beer
100
810
Clocks
7
1,186
Gin.....!
28
906
Cocoa, bgs 198 8,198
7,013U Porter
260
1,957 Coffee,hgs.. .4883 118,854
178
Kum

7,858

Furs, Ac—

d&t 82$.
Brown

active, and prices are
cially for the leading new styles, which are iu light steadily held, espe¬
supply. American
16$, Amoskeag dark 15, do purple 16, do pink 18, do
shirting 15, do
palm leaf 16, Merriraac D dark 17, do purple 17, do W dark
19, do pur¬
ple 19, do pink 19, Sprague’s dark 17 and 17$, do
purple 18, do shirting
18, do pink 18, do blue check 18$, do solid 16, do
indigo blue 17, do

SPECIE)

ENDING

tons

do
Prus
Quinine

in

Drills are in moderate
request. Winthrop 17, Amoskeag
21, Laconia 22, Androscoggin 12$, Miuerva 15,
Peppered 21$, do fine
jean 22$, Stark A 21, Massabesic 18, Bennington 21, Woodward duck
bags 32$, National bags 81, Stark A do 60,
Liberty do 31.
Printing Cloths have been dull and
prices are quite nominal.
Prints have been the most

.:is
.118
.517
.860

Potash, hyd...l5

21$, do No.

36, Warren brown 21, Pearl River 36, Union 24, Monitor
19, Manchester
Co. 24, Suffolk 25, Arlington
28* Biue Hill 19, Fort Moultrie 30, Mount
Vernon 294and Farmers’ and Mechanics'
cottonades at 45c, Pemberton
d<kt 45, Bod man’* Ky J 47, PlowL <k Anv.
60, Everett 47$, Whittenden

..4

.

Catch

21,
Massabesic 6-3 27, Boston 20, Chester Dock 18
and 19, Blackstone 17 and
IS, American 17 and 18, Eagle 16$ and 17, Hamilton
27, Arkwright
26$, Ea9ton 16$, Jewett City 21 and 22, Sheridan G 18.
Checks are inactive, but
unchanged in prices. Park Mills Red 25,
Lanark 4x2 28, Lanark fur
18$, Union 50 4x2 32$, do 50 2x2 82. do 20
4-2 80, do 20 2-2 80. Caledonia
34, do 28, Kennebeck 32$, Star No. 600
16, do No. 800 2x2 22$, do No. 900 4-2 26, Cameron No 90

only moderate request at nominal
Amoskeag denims sell at 86c., Haymaker 21, York

11

Ammonia.....68
Argots
31

do 85,

are

plate..218

Drugs, &c.—

82$, do O do 32$, Mystic Lake do 30, Lonsdale Cambric do
31$, New
York Mills do 40, Hill do 25,
Amoskeag 42 inch 25, Waltham do 22,
Wamsutta 9-8 37$, Naumkeag W 5-4
22$, Bool W do 24, Bates do 27$,
Wamsutta do 42$,

Denims and Cottonadfs
rates for large lots.

338

Earth’nw’e .1263
Glass
41,494
Glassware ...970

17$, Franklin do 21$, Amos¬

80 20.

present rates.

[The quantity is given in packages when not otherwise
specified.]
Pkgs. Value.
Pkgs. Value.
Pkgs. Value.
China, Glass & E.
4
Optical
1,869 L(#gwood, M. .=•
ware—
Jewelry, &c.
lbs...
815
8,922
Bottles
1.928
Jewelry .V. ..11 38,480 Mahogany
1,880

nominal for

keag A do 25, Boot B do 22, Forestdale do 22$, Ma9onville do 25, do XX
do 27,
Androscoggin L* do 26, Lonsdale do 25, Wauregan do 26, do F
do 20, Bates XX do 25$,
Arkwrig it do 28, Lyman J do 28, Wamsutta
H

I

willing to accept

seem

styles of dress goods, prices
however, not as active, and holders

IMPORTS

large
orders.
Mechanics 3 4 11, Keystone do
10$, Revere do 10$, Globe
do 10$, Kingston do 10$,Boott R do
13, Waltham X 7-8 16$, Putnam B
do 14, Amoskeag Z do 16, Great Falls M
do 17, do S do 15$, do A do
18, do J do 16, Lyman Cambric do 19, Strafford A do
18, Lawrence A
do 16$, Hill’s
Semp. Idem do 22$, Boot C do 17$, James 31 inch 17$,
do 88 inch 13$, Bartlett 31 inch
17$, do 83 inch 18$, Greene G
4-4 15$, Lewiston G do
17$, Pocumtuck do 17, Putnam A do 16, New¬
market A do 18, do 0 do 20, Great Falls K
do 17$, Bartletts do 22$,
Constitutional do 14, James Steam do
22, Newburyport do 22, Indian
River XX do 16$,
Attawaugan XX do 18, Lawrence B do 19, Foun¬
tain do 18, Hope do 20, Blackstone do

*

some new

The auction sales are,

(OTHER THAN DRY GOODS AND

steady for the prime

are

are

some

28, Hamilton Co. 28, Manchester dark 23, Pacific dark
28, Armures
dark 23, High colors 23, Pacific Merinos
40, Mourning 23, Shephard
checks 23, Skirtings 30.
American Linen is in
steady request at unchanged prices.
Foreign Goods are dull, and the
declining
the unfavorable reports abroad and the lower tendency is accelerated by
price of cotton. With the

Serell EW do 17$,Great Falls RMdodo 16$, do S do do 16,Albion doA 16,
15$,
'wight do 19$, Pepperell
17$, Laconia E
Exeter
do
Bleached Sheetings

21, Ger¬

20, Roanoke 16, Bates 22$, Manchester 18.
Canton Flannels are quite nominal at this season.

man

-PBOM NEW YOBK.-

Domestics.
Val.
pkgs.

12,820

84,441

6

765

Toys

54

2.43<
994 20,94* "

Tobacco.
Trees A plantB..

6,25.,

19,138 425.39i
Waste
251 13,89X
Wool, bales 532 48,48°
Other...........
1,63$
Tea

Total

Our General JPrleee Current will be
(bund
445 and 446.

$8,025,17
on

pages

g

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THE CHRONICLE.

April 6, 1867.]

The

$lje Uailwag Jttonitor.

follows
Fiscal

Years.

earnings,

439
expenses,

and dividends for the

same years, were as

:

Gross

-Dividends paid-^

Operating
Earnings
Expenses, less Expenses.

Earnings.

Amount.

Kate.

nlil
Reading Railroad.—The length of rail¬
$3,312,546
$1,686,661
$1,625,985
$
niil
2,905,838
1,623,705
l,2e2,13S
road operated by this company, including 222.95 miles of siding, is
8,911,830
1,816,155
803,424 7*
2,095,675
1863.
6,25 ,902
7*
2,916,159
8,336.743
889,030
now 748.65'miles, an increase over 1865 of 31.15 miles.
They run
9,269,341
15 stock
4,961,190
2,618.129
4,308,151
10 stock or cash
11,142,519
6,330.248
4,812,271
8,024,061
267 locomotives, and 11,056 cars of all sorts, equivalent to 16,311
10 cash
10.902,819
6,728,747
4,164,072
2,274,142
four-wheels cars. The total cost of the property owned by the
Dividends marked thus * were paid—cash on $1,551,800 pre¬
company has been $29,929,440.27, an increase of $2,060,079.37 on ferred shares and stock on common shares. For the three last
year*

Philadelphia and

*

..

•

The capital stock amounted at the end of 1866 to
$22,742;867.27, and the bonded debt to $6:084,300; and including
the sinking fund, real estate mortgages and reserve fund (net earn¬
ings) the total of the balance sheet amounted to $32,577,547.95
the year.

the preferred and common shares have been assimilated.
Dismal Swamp Canal.—This work which cuts through

the Dis¬
Swamp, conuecls Norfolk and Portsmouth Virginia with the
inland waters of North Carolina, is to
undergo great improvement.

mal

account shows an excess of assets over liabilities to the Its
whole course is to be dredged and deepened, and the width in¬
amount of $2,648,167.68. The gross receipts in 1866 amounted to
creased from forty to sixty feet. The locks are also to be extended
$10,902,818.87, and the cost of operating to $6,738,747.0 leaving
a net revenue of $4,164,071.81.
Add to this amount the balance twenty five feet. When thus altered the canal it is said will accom¬
modate ten times the amount of traffic it can in its
present condi¬
to credit of income at the beginning of the year, viz : $1,643,857.27
tion. The improvement is to be commenced without delay.
and the, total means of the company for the year are shown at
Illinois and Michigan Canal.—The deepening oLthis Canal
$5,807,929.08;, which were disbursed on the following accounts— is about to be
undertaken under the auspices of the State Board of
interest on bonds $396,649.76 ; new works and equipment $1,169,Public Works. The division between Chicago and Summit Lock
234.88; instalments to sinking funds $68,600.00; and two 5 per
No. 2, a length of 2G miles is already advertized for contract, tha
cent dividends on share capital (including United States and State
proposals to be opened May 1, 1867. The work on this division
taxes thereon) $2,570,188.88—total $4,204,673.52, leaving the
will require the excavation, and removal of 2.000.000 cubic
yards
reserve fund or balance at $1,603,255.56 being a reduction on the
of earth, some quite hard and
embracing considerable detached
year of $40,601.71. The following taoles show the progress of the rock and about 470.000 cubic
yards of stratified limestone. It is
believed that most of the excavation, except the stratified rock, can
company from the beginning of 1860 to the close of 1866.
be done with-steam dredges without interfering with navigation ; but
Loco¬
Miles
Fiscal
Equiv. 4
age
The same

,

Years. operated. motives. Wh. Cars.
145
367.20
7,714
145
415.97
8,136
145
9,420
437.45
166
514.15
12,135
..3681
216
686.10
14,838
..4681
254
14,891
717.50
..5681
267
16,811
748.65
..6681
1880...
1661...
1862..

of Train*.

.

.

.

.

.

.

COMPARATIVE
1867.

1866.

.April.
..May..

1865.

(798 tn.)

.July

(732 m.)

1,637,592^1,417,327

1,524,9 L7£ 1,044,033
6,601,068 14,586,333

$906,759.. Jan

..

917,639... Feb...
...Mar...

..April..

...May..

..June...

—

.July...
...Aug

(521m.)

$363,996
866,361

413,974
865,180
851,489
887,095
801,613

418,576
486,808
524,760
495,072
851,799

4,826,722

648.SS7

518,083

573,253
571,348
661,971
538,219
504,068

..Year..

—

641.5S9

...Dec....

—

747,469

...Nov...

—

7,181,208

6,546,741

1865.

•

i 302,714k.* fan.
—
..

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

Mar.

18tf6.
(468 m.) (468 m.)
$690,144 $559,982
678,504
480,986
€62168
857,583
738,866
699,806
637,186
682,510
646,995
633,667
684,523
552,878
712,495
648,201
796,938
654,926
868,500
757,441
712,362
679,935
680,963
655,222

8,489,092 T,0,7,213

70,740
106,689
146,943
224,838

...April..
...May...
..June..

...July...
...Aug*..
....Sep...




72,135
108,082
267,488

217,159

245,7nl
244,854

110,664

..Year..

150,9S9

310,594
226,840

....Oct....
...Nov...
...Dec...

98,787

1,935,712
St.

July
..Aug..,
...Sep...

..

.

(468 m.)
$560,115. ..Jan...
622,821. ..Feb...

.April..

..May..
.June..
.
.
.

.Oct.,..
.Nov*...

.Dec....

-Year**

1,943,900
1866.

(210 m.) (210 m.)
$170,073 $178,119
153,903
155,893
202,771
192,138
169,299
167,301
177,625
168,699
173,722
167,099
162,570
166,015
218,236
222,953
216,783
198.884
244.884
222,924
212,226
208,098
177,364
162,694

..Mar...

Aug,
..Sept

116,224

,940,744

/

3^51,525

RAILROADS.

.Year..
*

554,201... Feb.
...Mar...

...May

.

104,608
115,134

...July..
...Aug...
..Sep...

—

—

1865.

...May...
..June..

—

...July..
...Aug...
..Sep...

1,186,SOS

—

—

—

—

—

'

490,693
447,669

...Dec...

—

108.338

329,105
413,501

....Oct...
...Nov..

—

150,148
110,932
111,665

828.869

1865.

1866.

(234 in.)
$143,000. ..Jan...
85,0 JO... Feb...

(234 m.)
$98,181

(275 m.)

...Mar...

95.905

..April..

106,269
203,018
237,562
251,9! 6
241,370
^3! 10,841

—

—

...May...

—

..June

—

.

...July...
...Aug...
....Sop...

—

—

—

....Oct...

...Nov.„
...Dec.^.

—

—

—
.

Year..

86,523

S395,579

346,717
2,171,125
£

3,535,001

244,376
208,735
188,815

(275 m.)
$146,890.. .Jan...
130,000...Feb.
—

—

—

—

—

276,416

—

416,359

328,539
129,287

2,538,800

—

—

—

—

1865.

(242 m.)

$149,658.. .Jan...
149,342.. .Feb..

1866.

(484 m.y
$226,059

$144,084

.Mar..
April.

189,171
155,753
144,001

.May..

188 738

June.

194,167
256,407

...July,.
...Aug...
....Sep...

1865.

..Jan...
,..Feb...
..Mar...

April..

270,800
316,438

.May...

325.^91

.June..

804,917
890,248
349,117

Oct
Nov;...
Dec....

436,065
854,830
261,741

.Aug...
Sept....

-

379,981

.*375,534

f361,610
(. 247,028

,.Year^ 2,936,678 8,694,975

July..
Oct

Nov...,,
Dec.....
-

—

—

$242,793
219,065
—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

-Western Union.-

194,524

Sept...

_

8,793,005 8,380,583

..June..

July. f271,798
Aug;.. i374,534
®

,

—

Ohio & Mississinni.—>
i860.
1866.
1867.
(340 in.) (840 m.)
(840 m.)

..Year..

..April..
...May...

18G7.

(484 m.)
$237,674
200,793

_

...

808,649

....Oct...
...Nov...
...Dec,..

...Mar...

-—Toledo. Wab- Sc Western.-

1867.
(210 m.)

$804,095
283,661

414,604

$259,223 $267,541
239,189
246,109
326,286
313,914
271,527
277,423
290,916
2S3,130
804,463
253,924
349,285
247,262
344,700
805,454
350,848
278,701
372,618
310,762
412,553
302,425
284,319
281,613

.

-

%

1867.

(885 m.)

4,504,546 4,260,125
.

1867.

$181,707
123,4(14
12 <,957
121,583
245,622

460.661

..Year..

^-Milwaukee & St.:Paul.—s

1867.

844,228
887,240
401,456
865,663

..April..

—

(285 m.)
$232,438
265,798
Hi r,153
8 3,738
3, <5,196
335,082
824,986
859,665
429,166
493,649

$3UTJ,^
279,15

—

—

—

—

1866.

(235 m.)

78,976... Feb...
...Mar...

82,910
82,722
95,064
106,315
96,« <23
106,410

$131,179

Michigan Central.

/

(251 m.)
$94,136.. .Jan.

1867.

(204 m.)

..

1867.

1,222,017

..Year

—

...

.Year

-

125,252
116,495
116,146
105,767

....Oct....
...Nov...
...Dec...

—

.Dec....

.Oct

1866.

78,607
76,248
107,525

..June..

—

.Nov

SS39,4l7

93,763

..April..

—

S 422.124
«831,006

(251m.) (251m.)
$96,672
$90,125
84,264
87,791

$660,438... Jan....

—

J une..

.July..:
.Aug...
.Sept...

^396,050

1865.

(708 m.)

—

May...

8,313,514 3,478,325

1867.

—

April..
.

1806.

(204 in.) (204 m.
$173,557 $168741
180,140
151,£80
222,411
167,C07
J
173.732
96,154
215,784
198,C82
246,627
195,138
226,647
189,447
343.417
218.418
217, €4t
223.846
239,C88
220,138
178,434
161,427

.March

Marietta 1and Cinchinati.—'

1—

—

1865.

(423 m.)
$267,626 .Jan—
184,497 .ieb....

--'24,1.2
310,448

389,489
307,523
270,073
401,779

.

-Cleveland and Pittsburg.-

1367.

290.642

306,231

...Oct..,
.Nov...
..Dec.,
—

1866.

321,818
244,121

L., Alton & T. Haute.

1865.

July.

262,172
170,795

170,555
228,020

1867.

-

84,897

.
.

«-Pittsb., Ft.W.,&Chicago.1865.

(234 m.)
$121,776

74,283

.

302,437. .Feb..
—

May..

.June..

1866.

(234 m.)
$98,183

PRINCIPAL

(228 T7l.) (238 in.)
$305,554 $241,395
246,331
183,385
289,403
257,230
196,530
197,886
264,605
234,612

,-Mil. and Prairie du Chien.—.

(524 m.)

4,652,793

480,626

...Oct....

—

1867.

416,690
339,447

569,250
667,679

739,736

(524 m.)

429,191
500,404

505,266
505,465
411,605

..

1866.

$314,698
283,179
412,393
409,427
426,493
892,641
338,499
880,452

(708 m.)
$603,053

...Sep—

—

Mich. So. & N. Indiana.-^
1865.

..

1866.

(708 m.)
$571,536
528,972
616,665
516,608
460,573
617,682
578,403

OF
1865

.April.

9,088,991

by the first of November next.

-Chic., Bock Is. and Faoifio

518,736
785,0^2
922,892

7,960,981
1865.

—

excavation

EARNINGS

Illinois Central.

—

seasons.
The whole of the work must be done on
before the end of the third season of the suspension of naviga¬
tion. Contractors will be required to commence work on the earth
excavation within thirty days of the time of letting, and upon rock

...Jan..
686,743 ...Feb..
747,892 ..Mar..

623,744

546,609

..Year

—

—

opening of the

or

1867.

405,634

..Dec..

—

the rock excavation will all have to be done between the close and

(930 m.) (14)32 m.)
$523,566 $690 832

.Nov..

.

(798 m.)

1,530,31791,400.251

1866.

923,8S6
840,354

1867.

1,203,462
1,418,742 1,290,3-0
1,435,285 1,411,347

8,065,577 4,606,286
8,090,814 4,712,016
3,714,6*4 5,574,907

77",990
778,284
989,053
1,210,654
1,005,680
OKS,679

.Oct...

1866.

1,274,558

,

702,692
767,508
946,707

.

..Auk..
...Sep..

Railway.

$1,070,690 $1,185,746
1,011,735
987,935
1,831,124 1,070,434
1,538,813 1,153,295
1,425,120 1,101,668
1,252,370 1,243,143

r

747,942

..Mar..

8,840,091 8,695,152
Erie

(860 m.)
$541,005
482,164
499,296
468,858
585,623

.June.

(280 m.)
$280,503 $226,152
222,241
275,282
290,111
299,063
264.245
258,480
329,851
822,277
871.643
855,270
821,697
835,985
887,269
409,260
822,638
401,280
860,823
857,956
823,030
807,919
271.246
236,824

1,639,585 2,848.906

2,310,991 8,260,958
3,065,261 4,391,877

MONTHLY
1865.

(280 m.)
$240,288. ..Jan..
; .Feb.,

(280 in.)

Total.

1,946,195 2.819,808

Chicago & North western-

,—Chicago and Alton.
1865.

Coal.

carried.

1,S52,485
885,304
1,695,927
868,651
2,088,166
396,416
2,721,686
576,861
3,328,229 1,048,601
3,688,309 1,481,632
4,261,386 1,444,267

.

^Year..

1866.

1867.

(157 rn.) (177 m) (177 m.)
45,102
$43,716
$89,079
87,265
27,666
86,008
32,378
89,299
33,972
48,333
63,862
86,918
82,147 102,686
68,180
85,508
6>‘,862
6u,b«8
75,677
84,462
92,713 100,303
61,770
75,248
87,830
64,473

689,888

814,099

[April 6t 1867.

THE CHRONICLE.

440

RAILROAD, CANAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOND LIST.
FRIDAT

INTEREST.

DESCRIPTION.

N.

B.—The sums placed aft^r
of Company shows the
Funded Debt.
name

the
total

32
O

a

•

Payable.

T3

o3

•E*

T3

M

5

<

aj

B.—The sums placed after the
of Company shows the total
Funded Debt.

N.

do

$2,500,000
1,000.000

do

Mortgage, sinking fund, (N. Y.)
do

do

1st

Mortgage, sinking fund, (OAio)

1,014,000
800,000
4,000.000
4,000,000
2,000,000

td
do
do )
1st Mortgage S’k’g Fund (Buff, ex
Consolidated Bonds
13.058,000
AtlantlcdkSt. Law .1st Mort (Portland) 1,500,(XX
2d Mortgage
268,900

434,000

Sterling Bonds
do

619,036

of 1834

Baltimore and Ohio. Mort (S F) 1834
ia53

915,280
1,021.7.50
628.500
1,852,000

Bdlifontatne ($1,745,000):
1st Mortgage

1,225,000

Mortgage (S. F.) of 1855
do
do

do
do

1850

2d
do
Bdvidere Delaware (*2,241,000):
1st Mort. (guar. C. an* 1
'2d Mort.
do
3d Mort.
do

433,000

1,000,000
500,000
589.500

B’ossburg and Corning i md*
Boston, Cone, dk Mantra. ($1,050,000):

Sinking Fund Bon*.s
Boston and Lowell:
Bonds o* Juy 1851
of Oct. 18»H.

Buffalo and state Line ($1,200,000):
1st Mortgage
Burlington dk Missouri ($1,902,110):
General Mortgage
Bonds conv. into pref. stock..
Camden and Amboy ($10,264,403)
Dollar Loans
Dollar Loan
Consoldated ($5,000,000) Loan.
Camden and Atlantic : 1st Mortgage
2d Mortgage
Citawissa : 1st Mortgage
Central Georgia: 1st Mortgage

Central of New Jersey : 1st Mortgage
...

mortgage

Convertible Bonds
Cheshire Bonds

Chicago and Alton ($3,983,000):
1st Mortgage (Skg Fund), pref
do

do

income

Chicago db Northwest. ($12,020,483):
Preferred Sinking Fund
1st Mortgage
Interest Bonds
Consol. S. F. Bonds,
Extension Bonds

.

600,00U
1,700,000
867,000
4,269,400
490,90* >
493,000
141,000

766,000

900,000
2,500,000
7,336,000
1,500,000
673,200
483,000
2.400,000

do >

Ap’l & Oct.

till 1870

Chicago, Rock Island dk Pacific:
1st Mortgage (C. & R. I.)

90

May & Nov. 1877
Tan. A July 1893
ApT A Oct. 1883

861,000

Jan. A

July

1898

Feb. &
do

Cleveland and Toledo ($2,746,280):

Sinking Fund Mortgage.
Mortgage Bonds of 1866
Gontecncut River ($250,000): lit Mort
Conn, and Passumpstc R. ($800,000):
1st

Mortgage

Cumberland Valley:
2d
do

1st Mort

.

6 per

cent bonds

1st

Mortgage

Quarterly. 1915
Feb. & Aug 1885

1,397,000

99*
98* 100

2d
do
8d
do
Toledo Depot

Bonds
Delaware ($500,600):
1st Mortgage, guaranteed
Deux.. Lacka. db Western ($3,491,500):
1st Mortgage, sinking fund

do

45

2d
do
Laeka. and West. 1st Mort
Dss Moines Valleg ($2,083,000)

Mortgage Bonds

Detroit and Milwaukee ($5,206,680):
1st Mortgage, convertible
2d
do
1st ft 2d Funded Coupon Bonds...
Detroit and Pontiac R.R....
do
do

95

81
82

Detroit. Monroe dk Toledo ($734,000):
1st Mortgage ,




7

3,437,750
633,600

89

.

99
99

1882
1875
1870
1868

.

72

1863
1868

do

700,000 7
(00,000 7

do

April A Oct 1881
Tan. A July 1883

7
7

Jan. A July 1873
1876
do

6
7

1867

do

7

500,000
500,000

6
6

6,668,500
2,523,(XX!

7

April A Oct

.

1
1

103
99

1

May A Nov 1870
Feb. A Aug 1875

358.000

....

6
6

do
do

6

do

*

1875
1875
1S90
1875

106
1

1st

Mortgage

500,000

RR., 2d Mort

Joliet and Chicago :

Mortgage, sinking fund

Joliet and N\ Indiana: 1st Mortgage
Lackawanna & Bloomsburq 1st Mort
do
Extensi n
'..
2d Mortgage
d<»
Extension
La Crosse dk Milwaukee:

Mortgage, Eastern Division....
do

do

....

Extension Bonds (Hunter’s Point),
do (Glen Cove Br.J .
do
do State Loan
do

M’ch A Sep 1873
do
11875
Jan. ft July 1892

96
89

2,081,000

101

250,000

Jan. A July 1885
do
1886
M’ch A Sep 1878

600,000
161,000
109.500
108,100

J’ne A Dec. 1876
Ap’l A Oct. 1904
do
1904
do

Mortgage

Memphis Branch Mortgage

Marietta eft Cincinnati

....

($3,688,885):

1st Mortgage,
Scioto and Hocking Valley mort

90

74*

July

1875

McGregor Western 1st Mortgage
Maine Central: ($2,7

...

400,000 Loan Bonds
t1,100,000 LoanBonds

Mortgage (City Bangor) Bonds.
do
(P.ft K.RR.) Bonds..
Memphis db Charleston;
Mortgage bonds
Michigan Central, ($7,463,489).
1st
2d

,

Sinking F’nd do

1,668 000
572,000

1875
Mxhft Sep 1881
Jam & July 1871

1,740,000

Ap’l & Oct

1st

May A Nov.

1875
1864

o

1875

various.

1878

Feb. A Aug 1886

*24,000 7 Feb. &

.'

Milwaukee dc Prairie du Chien

Angll876

1906
102

485,(XX1 8 Jan. A July 1883
800,000 8 Jan. & July 1874
900,000 7 Jan. A July 1875
400 000 7 MarchA Sep 1885
500,000 7 April A Oct 1880

May A Nov.

107

1890

200,000

7

903,000

7 May A Nov. 1872
7 Jan. A July 1869

1,000,000

6

Jan. A

90

6

May & Nov

886,000
500,000
175,000
150,000
68,000

7
6
7
6
5

April A Oct 1877
Jan. A July 1875
Feb. A Aug 1890
May A Nov 1893
Jan. A July 1883

1,650,0(X
280,000

7
7

Jan. A

2,362,800

7

Feb. A

July ’69-’74
1883

July

var.

May A Nov.

var.

Aug 1892

800,00(1 7 May A Nov. 1888

1,000,000

7 Jan. ft July 1885

1,095,600
315,200
660,000
800,000

6 Feb. A Aug.
6 Tune & Dec.
6 Apr. & Oct.
6 Feb. & Aug.

1,294,000

7

2,297,000
4,504,500

8 March ftSep. 1869
8 April A Oct 1882

’90-’91
’70-’71
1874
1870

May A Nov. 1880
117*

2d

do
do

Income Bonds
Real Estate
..

.

1st Mortgage
Income

91

402,000 7 Jan. A July 1891

95

4,269,000 7 Jan. * July
324,000 7 April * Oct
1,500,000 7 April A Oct
135,000 7 Jan. A July

8*1,90f

..

76,84*

8

do

May ft Nov
do
do

4,187,Oli

Interest bonds...,

Sterling bonds.

1893
1893
1884

1875

79
.

600, (XX 6 Jan. ft July 1876

297,5(X)10

Mobile and Ohio ($6,133,243)
Income bonds

100
93

863,000 7 May A Nov. 1885
1877
do
2,693,000 7
651,000 7 Feb. A Aug 1868
4

;

Mortgage, sinking fund
Milwaukee and St. Paul:
1st Mortgage
do
(Mil. & Western)...
Mississippi & Tennessee ($1,069,600);

us.

vari

($9,135,840)
Mortgage, sinking fund

2d
do
Goshen Air Line Bonds

1887

$2,500,000

April A Oct

7

Mich. S. dk N. Indiana:

1st

April & Oct

2,000,000

..

Convertible

Jan. A

640,000 7 May A Nov. 1881
897,000 7 April A Oct 1873
612,500 7 May A Nov 1881

Louisville and Nashville ($3,297,000):
1st

1866

1,800,00(1

1st Mortgage, sinking fund
1st Mortgage
Long Island :

1st

July

79,000

Little Miami ($1,500,000):
1st Mortgage
LitUe Schuylkill ($1,000,000):

Jan. A July 1874
1880
do

Jan. ft July 1867
do
1881
M’chftApril 1884
81-’04
do

Jan. A

7

1,465, (XXi 6 May A Nov. 1873

1st Mortgage
Lexington db Frankfort

July|1890

300,000 7 Feb. A Aug 1882
300,000 7 May A Nov. 1884
600,000 7 Jan. A July 1866
do
1870
364,000 10

ceased)

Lehigh Valley ($1,477,000):

1,129,000
1.619.500
1,107,516

250,000

1

1879
1
1883
96)4
90
April A Oct 1880
86
June A Dec 1888
M’ch A Sep 1875
Jan. ft July 1870
Jan. A July 70-75

Sep

n
i

2,568,(XX

.

2d

Feb. A Angjl873
M’ch & Sep 1876
Jau. & July;1875

250,000

do 6 per cent

Mortgage.....

1st

1895

795,000 7

1,005,640

do

2d
do
Indiana Central :
1st Mortgage, (interest
2d
do

1st

Jan. A

1,000,000

do

Indianap. A Madison RR., 1st M..
Jeff., Mad. A Indianap., 1st Mort..

85*

1896

475,000

1.122.500

Mortgage

Jeffersonville, Madisondblndianapolis:

i

500,000

May A Nov. 1876

523,000'

Indianapolis and Cine. ($1,362,284)
1st Mortgage

83

Jan. A July 1870

283,000
2,608,000
642,000
169.500

sinking fund

Redemption bonds
Sterling Redemption bonds

1885

2,000,000
484,000

Bay ton and Michigan ($3,782,430):

do

do

May & Nov. 1863

300,000

M’ch ft
do

3,890,000 7 Feb. A Ang 1869
1,907,000 7 J’ne & Dec. 1885
192,000 7 May & Nov. 1875

Mortgage

Jeffersonville

Cleveland db Pittsburg ($3,880,848):
2d Mortgage
3d
do
convertible
do
4th

7
7
7
7

.

1,850,000 7 Feb. * Aug 1888
May A Nov. 1893
2.500,000
1868
326,000 7
July.

927,000
2,1*55,000

.

Illinois Central:
Construction bonds, 1875

Aug 1885

500,000

1st
2d
3d

1st
2d

1883
1895

1,000,00(1

Mortgage

Huntingdon db Broad 7bp($l,436,082):

Clev., Pain, db Ashtabula ($1,500,000):
1st Mort. Bonds
2d Mort.. Bonds

Jan. A July 1880
April A Oct 2862

700,000' 6 Jan. A July 1883

do
Convertible

95*

July ’75-’80

July
Ap’l A Oct.

121,000 7

926,600

Mortgage Whole Line

1st

Jan. &

•Jan. A

534,9 X) 8

no

4,441,600

Tlartf., Prov. dk Mshkill :
Hudson River ($7,762,840):

May & Nov |1893

Hubbard Branch

convertible
do

7
5

.

Illinois and Southern Iowa:

1,300,000

Mort.(payable $25,000 per year)
Cleveland db Ma'
(ahoning ($1,752,400):
1st Mort,
tgage

3,000,000
4,000,000

New Dollar
Hartford db New Raven ($927,000):

J’ne & Dec. 1393
Jan. A July 1873
Ap’l & Oct. 1879
Feb. & Aug 1882
Mar. & Sep. 1875
Feb. & Aug 1870
May & Nov. 1875
M’ch A Se^) 1890

do

1st

570,000

Harrisburg db Bonds
Lancaster:

May & Nov 1880
Jau. A July 1885

Cincinnati Richmond dc Chicago. .
Cincinnati db ZanesviUe ($1,300,000):
1st Mortgage
Mortgage
Cleveland, Cot. and Cine. ($450,000):

3d

95

Feb. &

1,250,000
500,000
56,000

<

1,000,000

2nd do
do
GreenviUe db Columbia: 1st Mort—
Bonds guaranteed by State
Bonds unsecured
Hannibal eft St. Joseph ($7,177,600):
Land Grant Mortgage
Convertible Bonds

1st

6,000,000

(new)
Cine., Earn. dk Dayton ($1,629,000):
1st Mortgage
2d

1st

.

698,000 7 Ap’l A Oct. 1888

convertible

do
do
do
do

80*

1886

do

e

3,816,682 6
Sterling convertible (£800,000)
149,000 7
Erie and Northeast: Mortgage
388,000 7
Georgia
Gal. db Chic. TJ. (incl. in C. db N. W.):
1st Mortgage, sinking fund
1,963,000: 7 Feb. & Aug
do
do
2d
1,086,000 .7 May A Nov.
Grand Junction : Mortgage
927,000 6 Tan. A July
Great West., 111. : 1st Mort., W, Dlv. 1,000,000 10 April A Oct

April ft Oct 1870
Jan. & July 1870

do

1st

2d
3d
4th
5th

873
1879

Aug, 1883
May & Nov. 11889

do

Williamsport :
1st Mortgage
5 per cent. Bonds
Eric Railway ($22,370,982):
1st Mortgage

J’ne & Dec. 1867
M’ch ft Sep 18S5
Feb. ft Aug 1877
May ft Nov. 1871

Ap’l ft Oct.

750,000
160,900

Pennsylvania: -Sinking Fund Bonds

-

July
Ap’l ft Oct.

394,000 5 Jan. A July 1872
6 Feb. & Aug 1874

Mortgage, convertible
do
do

Elmira <£

Jan. ft July ’70-’79
do
1870

3,525,000
5,600,000

1,250,000
3,600,000

◄

300,000 7 Jan. & July 1888
7
do
1894.

Eastern, Mass. ($1,848,4* D):
do

1878
13>4
1867
1875
1880
1885

500,000
1.180.950

M

660,000

2d section

do

East

1S66

May & Nov.
Ap’l ft Oct.
Ja Ap Jn Oc
Jan. ft July

756,000
conv.

75'

1866

1,100,000

Chic., Burl, and Quincy ($5,754,406):
Trust Mortgage (S. F.)
Chicago and Gt. Eastern 1st Mort..
Chicago and Milwaukee :
1st Mortgage (consolidated)

75

J’ne ft Dec. 1877
May ft Nov 1S72

2,000.000

'O

s

E*

,

Dvbruque and Sioux City :
1st Mortgage, 1st section
1st

*3 o

Jan. ft

\

600,000

Mortgage

Central Ohio : 1st Mort
Central Pacific of Cal. ($8,836,000):

1st
2d

do
do
do

380,000

1st Mortgage
8d"
Mortgage

1st

Ap’l & Oct.

75

1877
1882
1879
1881
1876
1883
1884
1895

Feb. & Aug 1865
do
1865
do
1889

364,000

iU0,M C

...

Buffalo. N. Y. anjt Erie ($2,395,000):

Sd

do y
do '
do
do
Jan. & July

444,00

i
f

do

do

Ap’l ft Oct.

200,000

Mortgage

1st
1st

150,000

Rate.

n
a 5*

Payable.

i

Railroad:

Mortgage, sinking fund, (Pa.)

ing.

VRIDAT.

■a®

Amount
outstand¬

name

Railroad

Atlantic db Ot. Western (*30,000,000):
1st
td
1st
$d

INTEREST.

DESCRIPTION.

03 ®

Amount
outstand¬

ing.

discovered In our Tables,

by giving us Immediate notice of any error

Subscribers will confer a great favor

$

do

1870

1867
1881-

1881
1876

•

••

«!•

THE CHRONICLE.

April 6, 1867.]
.

441

RAILROAD, CANAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOND

LIST

(continued).

Sabierlber* will confer a great favor by giving us immediate notice of any error discovered in
interest.

Description.
The sums

placed after the

Company show

fridat.

.

! Amount
Description.
The snms placed after the name ofoutstandCompany shows the total Fuuded) ing.

P.®

Amount
name of outstand¬

the total Funded

<S

ing.

Payable.

£

Debt.

o-5
p £

'O

T! >*»

Debt.

Railroad:

Morris and Essex:
l«t Mortgage, sinking fond
2d
do

5.0on one

676,000;

Naugatuck ($300,000);
1-st Mortgage (convertible)
300,0tXij
180,000
Mew Bedford dk Taunton ..... ....
450,0001
iV. Haven dk Northampton : Bonds,.
Hampshire & Hamden R.R. do .
900,000
485.000:
New Jersey ($855,000): Bonds of 1853
N*io tension Northern: let Mortgage
140,000,
New Orleans, Jackson dk. Gt. North.:
2,741,000
lat Mortgage Sinking Fund

*

Jan. & July
do

1876

Jan. A

I860

1881

,

Jnly
April & Oct

1st

Feb. A Aug
Jan. A July

1st

1885

pril & Oci

1S86
1890

1,730,000

Apr. & Oct.

18S9

New York Central:
Premium Sinking Fund Bonds
Bonds of October, 1863 (renewal)..
Real Estate Bonds

6,450,438
2,925,000
165,000

May & Nov
June & Dec

Subscrip. Bonds (assumed stocks)

606,000

1883
94
94
1887
91
1883
91
1S83
1876 103* 105
1876
03*
1876 108

Sink Fund B’ds (assumed debts)..
Bonds of August, 1859, convert.. )
Bonds of 1865
J
New York arid Harlem ($6,098,045) :
1st

General Mortgage

Consolidated Mortgage

N^lork and *New Haven ($1,000,666).
Mortgage Bonds ....
N. Y.Prov. and Boston ($350,000):

Mortgage.......
Improvement Bonds
Northern Centred ($5,211,244) :
1st Mortgage
1st

do
do
Northern New Hampshire : Bonds...
North Carolina: Loan
North Missouri :
1st General Mortgage ($6,000,000).
North Pennsylvania ($3,124,737) :

Mortgage Bonds

General Mortgage
Steamboat Mortgage

Ohio and

3,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000

Feb.

&

Aug

do
do

1,500,000
2,500,000
724,000
149.400

339,00i:

50,000

300,000

1872
1898
1868

do

& Oct

97

1st Mortgage
8d Mortga-e

July 1885
April & Oct 1900
April A Oct 1874
Mar. & Sep. 1867

Syr a. Bing, and N. Y.

1880

1st

120

Jnly 1874
Aug 1870

April & Oct

2,900,000
750,000

Jan. & Jnly

97

too

dk Newport R.R.:

Old Colony

‘

Bonds
do
do

180,000
223,000

Mortgage
do
' do

2d
3d

400.000
1st Extension
2d Extension

or
or

1,110,500

..

570,000

...

Oswego dk Rome ($657,000).
1st Mortgage (guar, by R. W. A O.)
Income

do
do

Peninsula: 1st

do
do

.

.

Mortgage

Pennsylvania ($18,209,040):
1st Mortgage

2d
do
Phila. and Balt. Central: 1st Mort..

Philadelphia and Erie ($13,000,000) :
lat Mortgage (Sunbury & Erie)....
do
de

(general)
(general)
Pldladel., Germant. dk Nt
forristown:
Convertible Loan

..

Philadelphia dk Reading ($6,900,663)
Sterling Bonds of 1836
do

Aug

1916
1^91

do

do
Dollar Bonds of 1849
do
do
1861
do
do
1843-4-8-9

1st

April <fc Oct
do
Feb & Aug
Mch & Sept

4,980,000
4,904,840
675,000

Jan. &

July 1880
April & Oct 1875
Jan. & July 1876

95*

1,000,000

April & Oct 1877
April & Oct 1881
April & Oct 1901

90

99

July

408,000

Jan. & July
do

1867
1880
1870
1871
1880

April A Oct

1886 101*

May A Nov

1868

Jan. &

MorLJTurtle Cr. Div.)
400,000
Fb'a, Ft. W. and Chic.: ($12,573,500)
lat Mortgage
5,250,000
2d

Feb. &

3d

Bridge O. &P. RR

Akron Branch: 1st mortgage.

.

Pittsburg and Steubenville :
1st
2d

Mortgage

1,000,000

.

do

Quincy and Toledo

;

1st

Mortgage..

Portland dk Kennebec ($1,394,661)
lat mortgage
bonds, ext
Consolidated bonds

230,000
300,000

Mortgage, sinking fund
do

Convertible Bonds

],.

Reading and Columbia :
1st Mortgage
Rensselaer & Saratoga consolidated:
1st
-

1st

Mort. Rensselaer A
Saratoga

Mort. Saratoga & Whitehall...
1st Mort. Troy, 3. & Rut.
(guar.)
Danville ($1,717,500):

4tn

Mortgage.,

Interest Bonds

Rmrngnd & Petersburg




($319,666)

;;;;;;

.

.

Dollar Bonds
Western Maryland:
1st Mortgage....;
1st
do
guaranteed
Western Union: 1st Mortgage
York dk Cumberland (North. Cent.):
1st Mortgage
I
2d
do

1,000,900
259,000
208,000

April A Oct
May A Nov.

1912
1912
1876

Jan. &

Mortgage...

»

m

35

July

84

2d

..

(1 Feb. & Aug

....

....

due
1890

7

} 1

do

•

•

....

•

•

♦ A*-*

••

89
•

•

•

•

,

,

,

:

do

1SS0

May & Nov.

1878

1878
1883
1871

78

Apr. A Oct.

•

do
do

.Mar. &
Jan. &

,

•

•

do

1895

wN

,,,,

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

••»

••*

a

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

....

1861
1867

800,000

Mch &

Aug

400,000
340,000
600,000

May A Nov

,

7
8

Jan. & July

....

A •

1873

*

826,roo
140,647

Feb. & Aug *73 *75

...

.

Pennsylvania Coal: Mortgage Bonds.
Quicksilver Mining :
1st Mort.,prin.&int.payable in gold

69*76

W

Tune A Dec 1875

do

Western Union
rrtfi

rtr;

IS

do

Telegraph;

•

....

5

April & Oct WTl
July ’70-’76
April A Oct 1875

5

O*

....

Jan. &

>

•

•

April & Oct 1878

•

•

•

•

....

596,000

Jan. & >uly

1890

•

do

1890

....

1896

....

Feb. A

175,0(K
25,00t^
600,000

531,000
752,000
5,434,351
143,000

1,764,830

Mortgage Bonds
Consotid. CoalCoAMd.): Mort.( conv.)
Cumberland Coal: 1 st Mortgage....
Mariposa Mining:
1st Mortgage...,
2d
do

>

....

200, (XX

3

-

1890
1890
1880

•

....

1875

690,000

American Dock dk Improvement:
Bonds (gU'jr. Cen.R.R. Co. of N.J.)
Covington and Cincinnati Bridge :

Sept 1879

V

•

•

•

,,,,

18S2

Sep.

Tune A Dec
Jan. A July

Aug

May &Nov. 1870
Jan. A.July 1871
do

Jan. A July
JaAp JuOc

•

*-*

•

•

1877
1886
1870
1890
1885
1878

980,670
686,500

do

i

Jan. A Julv

-y

Mch A
Jan. A

•

.

••*

•

•

•

.

....

•• »

•

-

1,000,000
429,000

629,0001
417,000

....

....

April A Oct

May & Nov.

1876

Mch &
Jan. A

May & Nov.

1872
1882
1870

Jan. A Julv
*
do
do

1865
1878
1SW

•

....

1870
1884
1887
1876

do
Jan. A July

Sept

July

•

May A Nov.

• •

•

Mkl

•

Sept 1870
Jnly 1865

Quarterly.

•

•

•

«.

••»

•

•

•

• •

•

....

....

.

77*

>

>

78
•

•a*

# •

•

65*
....

July

....

Jan. A July

1886

,,,,

Jan

A

•

•

•

•

• • ♦

1

.

Jan. A Julv ’7’4-’84
Jan. * July 1885

July

1,600,000

Jan. &

2,000,000
600 000

April A Oa

July

'S

Feb, A Aug

1881

June A Dec
Jan. A July

1873
1879

19#

S&W

600,00<

•

•

•

•

Jau. &

1,000,000

• •

•

....

1888
1878
1878

Jan. A Jnly

miscellaneous:

Mch & Sept 1888
do
18S8
do
1876

#

•

•

....

July ’68-’74

Feb. &

..

April & Oct 1888

•

78

7
7

•

90

•

7
7

7

Improvement
Susquehanna and Tide-Water:
Maryland Loan
1,183,701
Coupon Bonds
1,093,000
W. Canal Priority Bonds
T.
9',015
Susquehanna Canal pref. int. bonds
227,569
Union (Pa.): 1st Mortgage
3,000,OOo
West Branch and Susq. ;lst
450,000
Mortgage
Wyoming Valley : 1st Mortgage....
600,000

Feb. * Aug 1881
do
1881
189"

.

1876

7
7

766,000

do

»

...

...

1870
1894

6

:

1st

130,500

April & Oct
Jan. A July
June A Dec

7

414.15S

Mortgage (North Branch)...
Schuylkill Navigation ;
1st Mortgage

103

1884

do

7
7

2,000,OCX
4,875,000
1,699,500
800,000

Morris. Mortgage Bonds
Pennsylvania & New York

an’ally 1912 102
do

do
do

1886

2,356,509

Monongahela Navigation: Mortgage

/

Raritan and Delaware
Bay:
1st
3a

500,000
500,000

Jan. & July

7

4,319,520
689,000
936,500

1st

Semi

1871

562,800

Loan of 1870

Aug 1889

5,160,000
2,000,000
158.500
200,000

Jan. & Jul1 r

400,000

...

Mortgage.
Lehigh Coal and Navigation :

July 1884

do
do

•

m

.

•

...

7

511,400

I o *n of 1S84

lat

,

e

•

:

Plain bonds (coupon)
Erie of Pennsylvania: 1st

1880

450,000

Pittsburg and ConneUsviUe:

•

650,000 6 Jan. A July 1883

Mortgage (guaranteed)

Preferred Bonds
Delaware Division : 1st
Delaware and Hudson:

91

•

•

...

’70 ’75 1
’65 ’6:

Chesapeake and Ohio : Maryl’d Loan
Sterling Bonds, guaranteed

Jan. & July
do
do
do

•

•

.

a

•

•

•

•

do
do

300,000
3009 'OO

Chesapeake and Delaware ; 1st Mort

94

•

•

i

Mortgage

Guaranteed (Baltimore) Bonds....

1882

228.500
200,000

•

Canal

Jan. A

•

Jan. & Jul1y ‘70 ’71

2,000,000
1,500,000

,

91

•

•

6
6
6

636,000

Albany City Bonds

99*

•

•

....

•

300,000 7 Jan. A July 188'r
800,000 7 Apr. A Oct. 1885
650,000 7 May&Nov. 1875

Sterling (£899,900) Bonds..
76

•

•

2,286,111 5 Jan. & Jui-y 1886
Various.
1,070,000 6
68-74

200,000

1st Mortgage (convert.) Coupon
2d
do
, registered
Western (Mass.) (6,269,520):

1872
1884

143.800

2.661,600
106,000
1,521,000
976.800

•••

... •

700,000 7 Feb. A Au sr 1872
55,000 7 Mar. & Sep t 1870

1,000,000

t

Westchester dk Philadelphia

1870
1875

April*Octt. 1£94

1,290,000 7 Jan. A Jnl y 1875
800,000 7 Jan. A Jnl y 1875
600,000 7 June A De c 1867

600.000

Warren ($511,400) :

346,000
1,150,000
1,072,000

182,400

Sterling Bonds of 1843
Dollar Bonds, convertible
Philadelphia dk Trenton: 1st Mort..
Philadel., miming, dk Baltimore:
Mortgage Loan

>

1st

Jan. & July ’70-’80
do.
1885

5,000,000
4,000,000

•

90
61
75

1894
1894

700,000 7 Jan. A Jul y 1892
,000 7 June A De c 1892

?,50^,00(i
1,000,IKK.
1,500,(MX

(Toledo and Wabash)...

1st Mortgage...
2d
do
Vermont and Massachusetts

189,000

Mortgage, sterling

lat
2d

Feb. &

7

1,372,000

9,000,000

Vertnont Central:

416,000

do

Panama:
1st
1st
2d

May A Nov

198,500

Oswego and Syracuse ($311,500):
1st. Mortgage
2d

350,000

200,001

..

May & Nc\-.

1,400,00b

'Troy Union ($680,000): Mort. Bonds.

May & Nov 1866
Jan. & July 1875
May & Nov 1873

1.700,000 7

1875

do

1,130,000
1,600,000

i
extended
Lake E. Wab. St. L. *xt

do
do
Convertible

Orange dk Alexandria ($2,923,004):
1st

do
do
do

2,800,000 7

200,000

($1,595,191):

2d
3d

’67-’84
’75-’76

var.
var.

55

7

(Wabash and Western).
Equipment bonds (Tol. & Wab.).
Sinking Fund Bonds (T. W. & W.
Troy and Boston ($1,452,000) :
1st Mortgage

April & Oct '67-’69

1,458,000

do

1st
2d
2d

1872
1874

do

Mortgage

let

1869

.

...

2,000,000

Third Avenue (N. Y.): 1st Mortgage
Toledo, Peoria and Warsaw :1st Mort
Toledo IT abash & West ($15,600,000)
let Mortgage (old)
i

89

April A Oct 1887 118
Jan. &
Feb. &

...

175,000

(guar, by Peteieburg)

Southern. Minnesota: 1st Mortgage
Staten Island: 1st Mortgage

1896

&Jnly

125

1863
1863

991,000 6 Feb. * Au g 1900

and Newark:

Special Mortgage
S. W Pacific, Railroad:
Bonds guar, by At. A Pacific R.R.

Jan. &

Jan.

1894

.

1881

2.200,000 7 Semi an’all y

.

...

and Cincinnati:

Funded Bonds
Second Avenue: 1 st Mortgage
Shamokin V. dk PottsvilU ($791,597)
1st Mortgage
Shore Line Railway: 1st Mort. bonds
South Camiina : Sterling Loan
Domestic Bonds
South Side ($1,631.900):

Quarterly. irreg.

July

Jan A Jul y
Ffth, A All v.

...

Mortgage (tax free) 1,20

San dusky, Mansjleld
1 st Mortgage
i

93

1,494,000

.

Louis, Alton & T. H. ($6,700,000)

Mortgage bonds

Mississippi:

1st Mortgage
2d Mortgage

Mortgage

Sandusky

Feb. & Aug ’73-’78
fan. A Jnly mi

Jan. &

Feb. A Au g
do

10
329,(X1) 10

1st Mortgage
2d Mortgage preferred
2d
do
income
St. Louis, Jacksonville & Chicago:
1st Mortgage
Si. haul dk Pacific of Minn : (1st Div)
1st Mortgage (tax free)
1st Land Grant

102

1875

May & Nov.
Feb. & Aug

1,000,000i 6 i April

100,000

Ogdensburg andL. Cham. ($1,494,000)
1st Mortgage

do

s

7 ;Jan. A Jnl y 1880
7 Jnn. «fcDe<:. ’69-’7 2
7 Jun. & De<;
1S91

7
7

...

2,500,000
360,000

Chattel Mortgage
Norwich and Worcester ($580,000):

May & Nov.

460,000

250,000
1<JO,00

*•••

2d
3d

,

1,898,000

July

•

Mortgage

do

*t.

Jan. &

-XJ

•sf

Pay-able.

Sa'ramento Valley:

423,000

■2d Mortgage
New Orleans, Option. & Gt. West.:
1st Mortgage Construction Bonds.

§

do

1874
1873

FRIDAY.

INTEREST.

Railroad:
Rome, Watert. dk Ogdens. .-($1,848,000)
Sinking Fund (Wat. A Rome)...
Potsdam *fc Watertown, guar.
R. W. A O., sinking fund
Rutland and Burlington:

1915

May & Nov.

I

.

Tables*

our

879

•

Id¬
-

tft

•

•




442

[April 6,1867.

CHRONICLE.

THE

AND MISCELLANEOUS

RAILROAD, CANAL,

STOCK LIST.
Dividend.

Stock

Companies.

Marked thus (*) are

FRIDAY.

out¬

leased roads,

standing.

and have fixed incomes.

Periods.

Marked thus (*) are leased
and have fixed incomes.

j
Last paid.
Date, irate Bid. Ask.

Alton and St Louis*
Atlantic & St. Lawrence*

Baltimore and Ohio

Washington Branch*
Line
Belvidere, Delaware

standing.

Periods.

York and New Haven....

New York Providence

Quarterly. Ap‘6
2,494,900{Feb
100| 16,151.9(32, AprilA Aug;Feb.. j
’67•
TOO 1,650,0001 April & Oci j Ap ’67 j
Oct Ap
100} 4,42* >,0001 Feb. A Aug j Feb..'
100}
153,000

I'*' 996.6411 Quarterly. I; Ap *67’
100 600,0001j June A Decj Dec ..
Corning*
50 250,000
U>
Boston, Hartford and Erie
100 11,877,000 rJan. & JulyjJau. J
1,830,000!
Boston and Lowell
500 4,076,974 j Jan. <fcJuly Jan...
Boston and Maine
100
-Jan. & July | Jan ..j
Boston and Providence
100 3,360,009 Jan. & July! Jan... !
4,500,000
Boston and Worcester
100 2,100,000 Jan. A July Jan...|
Broadway & 7th Avenue
1 0 1,000,000 Feb. & AugiFeb.
10 366.000
Brooklyn City
Brooklyn City and Newtown.. .100
850.000 Jan. & July J^n..,
Buffalo, New York, and Erie*. .100 2,200,000 Feb. A Aug Feb
Buffalo and State Line
100
Feb. &Aug Feb
Camden and Amboy
100 5,000,000
522.350
Camden and Atlantic
50 600,000

Bellefontaine

roads,

•out-

100J J6.000,000 Jan. & July Jan ..
&Bostonl00: 1,755,281: Jan. & July Jan ..
Ninth Avenue
100 795,300
... ..
Northern of New Hampshire.. .100! 3,0(38,400 !Jnne A Dec Dec,.
4,518,900 Quarterly. Feb..
Northern Central
50
t! North Carolina
100 4,000,000
.100 2.469,307
North Missouri
Feb...
North Pennsylvania
50 3.150.150 Jan. A July Jan...
2,863,600
Norwich arid Worcester........ 100
3,077,000 Feb. & Ang Feb...
Ogdeneburg A L. Champlain.. .100
do
preferred.100 356.400 Apr. A Oct Ap ’67
Ohio and Miss, certificates
100 20,222,647 January. ;Jan..
3,< 07,197
New

Railroad.

FRIDAY.
Last paid.
Date, rate Bid- Aak

Stock

Companies.

,

Berkshire*
Blossbnre: and

134X

"

preferred.. 100
100 .4,848,300
Colony and Newport
2,063,655
do

Old

Orange and Alexandria
Oswego and Syracuse

100
50
-100
50

Jen. &

100

25*
68

July Jan...

482.400 Feli. A Aug
7,000.000 Quarterly.
20,(«.i0 000 May A Nov
5,069,450 Jan. & July
22,742,867 J;m. & July
1.507.850 Apr. A Oct

Feb.. 4

Ap’67} 6 254
Nov..! 4 lli* ill#
56# 57#
Pennsylvania
Jan...j 3
Philadelphia and Erie*
50
101#
Jan... 5 119 101#
131# 132
Philadelphia and Reading
50
Ap ’67 5
Phila., Germant’n, A Norvist'n* 50 9,019,300 Quarterly, j Ap ’67 5 107#
Phila., Wilmington A Baltimore 50
1,774.623
Pittsburg andConnellsville..... 50
do
do
preferred.. 50 721,926 Jan. & July Jan. . 5
9,940,981 Quarterly. !ap’67i 2#
Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne A ChicagolOO
Cape Cod
60 1,150.000
Portland and Kennebec (new)..100
Catawissa*
,50 2,200,003 b'eb. A Aug
1,500,66() June A Dec Dec..
Portland, Saco, A Portsmouth. 100
5
do
preferred
50 4.666.800 June & Dec Dec
A
100 1,800,000 Jan. July Jan...
118# lis# Providence and Worcester
Central Georgia & Banking Co. 100
13,000,000 Quarterly. Ap ’67 2#
Raritan and Delaware Bay
100 2,530,700 April & Oct Oct...
100 2.600.000
Central of New Jersey
800,000
Rensselaer & Saratoga consol. .100
Central Ohio
Ap '67! 6 j
April.
400,000
55
do
Saratoga and Whitehall
preferred....
100 500,000 April & Oct "Oct ..
Ap 67 2#
800,000 April & Oct!Oct...
124,550 -January
106# 107#
Troy, Salem & Rutland ..... 100
Cheshire (preferred).
100 3,886,500 Mar & Sep. Mar.. :*
Richmond and Danville
100 2,000,000
108#
5
100
Chicago and Alton
Mar & Sep. Mar..
100 1,008,600 Jan. & July!Jan... 6
Richmond and Petersburg
do
preferred... .100 2,423.000 Mav & Nov Nov. 5 133#
2,385,500
10,193,010
10
Rome, Watertown A Ogdensb’glOO
Chicago Burlington and Quincy.100 4,390,000
Rutland and Burlington... .... 100 2,233,376
32#
Chicago and Great Eastern
100 1.000,000 •Ian. & July July. 5 60 65
2.300,000
St. Louis, Alton, & Terre HautelOO
Chicago, Iowa and Nebraska*.. .100 2,227,000 Jan. & July
1,700,000 Annually.
34 H
pref.100
do
do
34#
Chicago and Milwaukee* ...... 100 13,160,927
|May..
St. Louis, Jacksonville A Chic*l00 1,469,429
Chicago and Northwestern
100 12.994.719 Aunuallv. Dr'66 7 62# 63
2,989,090
90# 90#
5
do
do
pref. .100
Sandusky, and Cincinnati
50 393,073 May & Nov Nov.. 8
9,100.000 April & Oct Ap '67
do
pref. 50
do
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific.100 3,129,200 April & Oct Ap ‘67 5
900,000
Sandusky, Mansfield & NcwarklOO
Cincinnati, Hamilton A Dayton.100
350.000
Saratoga and Hudson River.... 100 1,026,(100
Cincinnati,Richm'd A Chicago..100
1,600,250
Savannah A Charleston
109 1,*'00,000 Jan. &
Cincinnati and Zauesville. ..... 50 6,000.000 Feb. & Aug b'eb.. 4” 99* l6o'
Jan...
4
Nov..
Schuylkill Valley*.
50 676,050 Feb. A July Aug.
Cleveland, Columbus, & Cincin.100
Aug
869,450
2,041,61X5 May & Nov Jan... 5
Sliamokin Valley & Pottsville*. 50
Cleveland & Mahoning*
.. 50
6:35,200 Jan. A July Jan..
5,000.000 Jan. & July
77
77# Shore Line Railway
.100
4
120
Cleveland, Painesville & Ashta.100
Oct Ap *»>7
121
Sixth Avenue (N. Y.)
100 750,000 Quarterly.
Cleveland and Pittsburg
50 5.403.910 April & Oct Ap ’67 6
April &
South Carolina.....!
100 5,819,275
Cleveland aud Toledo
50 4,841,000 Quarterly. Ap ’67 2#
South Side (Petersb. A Lynchb).100 1,365,000
5
Columbus A Indianapolis Cent.100
Jan. & J lily la:*....
138
South Western Georgia
100 3,203,400 Feb. A AugiF’y’66 4
4
Columbus and Xenia*
50 1.786.800 1 av »fc N ov Nov
1.500,000
Concord
50
Syracuse, Binghamton & N. Y.100 1,200,130 Jan. & JuiyjJan... 6
Jan. & Julv Jiin... 3#
Terre Haute A Indianapolis.... 50 1.983.150
Concord and Portsmouth
100 350,000 Jan. & July Jan... 3
Third Avenue (N. Y.)
Con’ticut and Passumpsic.pref.100 1.514.300 Jan. & July Jun... 4
.100 1,170,000 Quarterly. }
Connecticut River
100 1.700.100 Apr. & Oct Ap '67 4 1
Toledo, Peoria, and Warsaw.. .100 1,650,232
1,700,000
1.316.900
Panama

.

.

‘

....

....

....

.

.

.

....

7

....

....

.

*-....

....

....

....

50

Cumberland Valley.

100
50

2.384.910
406,132
11,288,550

.100
100

1,550.050

Dayton aud Michigan

Delaware*
Delaware, Lacka., A Western
Des Moines Valley
Detroit aud Milwaukee
do
do
Dubuque and Sioux

....

..

50

Jan. &
Jan. &

July
July

3

elan...
Jan...

120

5

!

...

’

....

452.350

]

....

*

pref. ....100 1,500,00(5

do
do

-

do
do

1st pret.100
2d pref. 100

908.176

Toledo, Wabash and Western.. 50 5,400,000
do
do
preferred. 50 1,000,000 May & Nov Nov.
834.100 Jan. A July1 Jan .,
100
Utica and Black River..
Vermont and Canada*
..100 2,250,000 June & De'clDec..
Vermont and Massachusetts
100 2,860,-000 Jan. & JuiyjJan.'.

m 3s#
w

t

69
55“

1,673,952
139* S •**
Mar.. 7*.
Virginia Central.
100 3,353,679 Jan. A
March.
j)in...
do
do
pref.. .. 100 1,988,170
Western (Mass)
107
100 6,710.800 Jan. &
Jan. & July Jan... 4
Eastern, (Mass)
100 3.573.300
Western (N. Carolina)
100 1.860,000
2,687.237
Western Union (Wis. A Ill.)
East Tennessee A G eorgia
100 2,111,970
*
75 1,141,000 Jan. & JuiyjJan... 5#
100 1,902.000
Worcester and Nashua
East Tennessee A Virginia
Nov.. 2# 60
500,000 May & Nov Jau...
Canal.
clmira and Williameport*... .. 50
3# 80
500,000 Jan. & July
do
do '
pref... 50
25 1,575,963 June A
Chesapeake anrl Delaware
53;b 56
Feb. <fe Aug F'y’6 i 4
100 16.570.100
Erie
Chesapeake and Ohio
25 8,228,595 Feb. A
70#
J’y 67 ]■
January.
Aug. Feb...
do preferred
Delaware Division.
50 1,633,350
100 8,535.700 Feb. Aug Feb.. 5
.
146
600.000
100 10,000,000 Feb. & Aug| Feb
Delaware and Hudson
Erie and Northeast*
50
117
Jan... —5
3,540,000 Jau. & July
2,987,412 Feb. A Aug Feb .
Delaware and Raritan
100
100
Fitchburg
108
Oct.,. 3#
May &
Georgia
100 4.156,000 Apr. & Oct.
Lehigh Coal and Navigation ... 50 6,137.000 Jan. & Nov, Nov
1,900,000
July! fan..
728.100
Hannibal and St. Joseph
100
55
Monongahela Navigation Co... 50
74#
do
do
pref... 100 5,253,83f
175
10 1,025.000 Feb. & Aug Feb .,
3
:::: Morris (consolidated)
121#
3,000,000 Quarterly. Ap,’67 4
Hartford and New Haven
100
do
preferred
100 1,175,000 Feb. & Aug Feb ..
N ov..
Housatonicpreferred
100 1,180,000 May & Nov Ap '67 4 136 136# Schuylkill Navigation (consol.). 50 1,908,207 Feb. & AugjFeb ..
64#
Hudson River
100 13.937.100 April & Oct
do
preferred. 50 2,888,805 Feb. A Aug Feb
494,380
Huntingdon and Broad Top *... 50
Susquehanna and Tide-Water.. 50 2,052,083
190,750 jan. & July Jan... 5
do
do
pret. 50
50 2.907.850
Feb..
114#' 114# Union, preferred
Jan. & July Jan’65
Illinois Central
100 23,386,450 Feb. A Aug Mh’67 4
S4* West Branch aud Susquehanna. 50 1,100,000
114
Mar.
Sep
800,000 Quarterly. Sept,
Indianapolis and Cincinnati..., 50 1.689.900 Jan. A
Wvomi ng Valley
50
July Jan’66
Jeffersonv.,Madison Aundianap.lOO 2.000,000
MlMcellaneoiiK.
40
55
300,000 Quarterly. Ap ’u7 1#
Joliet and Chicago*
100
Coal.—American.
25 1,500,000 Mar.&8ep. Mar.. 3}«c
4
300,000 Jan. & July Jan ..
Joliet and N. Indiana
Ashburton
50 2,500,000
500,000 Jun.&Dec. Dec... 4
Lackawanna and Bloomsburg.. 50 1,335,000
Butler
.25
118
Quarterly, \ p 67
Consolidation
100 5,000,000
Lehigh Valley
50 10.734.100 May & Nov i Nov.., 3
45
514,646
Central
100 2,000.000 Jan. A Julyi Jan... 5
Lexington and Frankfort
100
4
30# 30#
3,572,400 June & Dec Dec..
Little Miami
50
Cumberland
:
i00 5,000,000
60
149
2
150
Feb.
50 2,646,100 Jan. A July! July.. 2
Little Schuvlkill*
50 3,200,000 Quarterly. Jan..
Pennsylvania
70
3,000,000 Quarterly. bVb.. 3
Jan. & July
Long Island
50 1,109,594 -Ian. & July, Jan ..
Spring Mountain.
50 1,250,000 Jan. &
July Jan...
Louisville and Frankfort
50
Spruce Hill
10 1,000,000
4
36”
Louisville and Nashville.
100 5,500,000 Feb. A Aug Feb..
Wilkesbarre
100 3,400.000 Apr. & Oct
>1
2,800,000
Feb. & Aug Aug.
Louisville,New Albany A Chic. 100
V
Wyoming Valley
100 1.250. non Feb.
Jan
& Aug Ang..
Macon ana Western
100 1 (500,000
Gas.—Brooklyn
25 2,000,000
100
McGregor Western*
Citizens (Brooklyn)
1,200,000 Jan. A July Jan...
20
Maine Central...
100 1,600,860
Harlem
644,000
50
(
Marietta and Cincinnati
50 2,029,778
386,000 Jan. & July <*an...
Jersey City A H boken.... 20
25#
Mar. A Sep Sep.. 3s.
do
do
1st pref. 50 6,586,135
Manhattan
50 4,000,000 Jan. & July Jan...
3s.
21
do
do
2d pref.. 50 4,051,744 Mar. A Sep Sep.. 4
Metropolitan
100 2,800,000
Nov..
Manchester and Lawi once
100 1,000,000 May & Nov Nov..
50 1,000,000 May A Nov
New York
Mh'f.2
5,312,725
750.000 Jan. & July Jan.
Memphis and Charleston
100
5
50
44# 4*i
Williamsburg
107# 10s
Jan. A July Jan
100
Michigan Central
25# 26
71# 71# Improvement.—Canton 100.(16} pd) 4,500,000
Feb. A Aug F’y'65
Jnly . 20
Southern and N. Ind..l00
Michigan
Boston Water Power
100 4,000,000
Feb. A Aug Feb.. 5
do
do
guaran.100
Brunswick City..
100 1,000,000
41#; 41#
3
Feb. & Aug Feb..
Milwaukee and Prai rie Du ChieulOU
Jan. & July Jan... 2
85# 90
February... Feb.. 8
Telegraph.—WesternRuss. Ex.. 100 28,450,000 Quarterly.
do
do
1st pref. 100
Western Union,
100 10,000,000
7
70
80
55# 58
February... Feb..
Nov..
2d pref. 100
do
do
56 f 58
33
32
Express.— Adams
■
100 10.000,000 Quarterly. Nov..
Jan. & July
Milwaukee and St. Paul
100
American
..500 9,000,000 Quarterly.
52#
Jan. & July Jan... 510 s 52
do
preferred
100
Merchants’ Union
”l00 20,000.000
4
56
114
116
Jan. A July Jan...
Dec.. 3
Mine Hill A Schuylkill Haven.. 50
69
United States
100 6,000,000 Quarterly.
68
Mississippi & Tennessee
100
80# 81
Wells, Fargo A Co.
100 10,000,000
j.
Mobile and Ohio
100
70
Steamship.—Atlantic Mail
100 4,000.000 Quarterly. Mar.. 3 120# 120#
Morris and Essex
50
[Mar. & Nov Mar :3 4
Sep Nov.. #5
Pacific Mail
100 20,000,000 Quarterly.
! May A
Nashua and Lowell
400
South American NavigationlOO
Nashville A Chattanooga
100
Union Nav-gation
128
100 l66o,ooo Quarterly. {Dec.
Feb. A Aug Feb..' '5**
Naugatnck
loo
Trust,.—Farmers’ Loan A Trust. 25 1,000,000 Jan.& July,Jan...
Jan. & July {Jan... r 5
New Bedford and Taunton
100
Feb. & Ang Feb..
New York Life <fc Trust... 100 1,000,000
lio
; Jan..
3
New Haven and Northampton..100
Union Trust
100 1,000.000 Jan. A JulyiJan.
136'
Feb. A Aug Feb.. ! 5
New Jersey
ioq
July Jan ..j
United States Trust
100 1,000,000 Jan. &
4
Mar A Sep. Mar
New London Northern
dm
Min ing.—Mari posa Gold
100 5,097,600
N. Orleans, Opel. A Gt. West . .100
Mariposa Gold Preferred.. .100 5,774,400
N. Orleans,Jacksou &Gt.North.t00
Quartz Hill Gold....
25 2,500,000
:oi# 1 ini
Feb. <fcAug Feb..' »
New York Central
loo
Quicksilver
,,, 100 10,000,000
Jan. & JulyiJan ., 4
York and Harlem
60
1
Riukmd Mwble... . .. ... 95 i jmooo
Jar*, & July Jan ,, 4
do
preferred .,.
50

City

.100

Juiyj
JulyjJ’y '61

....

....

.

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.

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.

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..

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INSURANCE ITEMS.

PETROLEUM STOCK LIST.
Bid. Askd

Askd

Companies.

Hammond

par 10

Allen Wright
Bemis Heights

Bennehoff Run—

Bergen
Bliven
Bradley Oil

™
*

••••

Brevoort

®
.w

Brooklyn. A
Buchanan

Farm

Central

Empire City
Excelsior—

• ••

National

First

Germania..
Great
G’t

Republic.....

Western

5
5

75

10

10

5
Union
10
United Pe’tl’mF’ms.... 2
United States
10

15
3 50

It is

ture.

10!

Venango (N. Y.)

10

Consol

bound to

ous.

1

Second National
Shade River

reject risks that experience proves to be extra hazard¬
merely a question of souud business policy.
The Underwriters of Boston have largely increased the premium
for insuring chuieli buildings in that city and neighborhood.
The
frequency of church burning is the reason assigned for this proceed¬
ing, ami certainly the insurers have every right to protect them¬
selves by every means withiu their reach.
The Lindell Hatch at St. Louis, recently destroyed by fire, is to
be rebuilt on a more magnificent scale thau even the original struc¬
are

5

.25

Rynd Farm

Statistics demonstrate that when combustible property is in¬
creasing in value, fires are rare and insurance profitable ; but when
this species of property depreciates in value, the ratio of fires and
consequent losses is largely augmented.
As this shrinking of
values, which has just commenced, must go on until we come to
specie prices, Insurance Companies, in justice to their stockholders,

5

10

Oceanic....
Pit Hole Creek

5}
5,
£
5
»
10

special

2

N.Y,Ph. &Balt.Cons

7C;

Petrol m.... 2

Cherry Run
Clinton Oil

2

Manhattan
Mountain Oil
Natural
N. Y. & Alleghany
New York & Newark....
N. Y. APhiladel

20

102i

•■*••••

Run

Cherry

Ivanhoe

2 75

2 25

10

Coal and Oil

20

par

HamiltonMcClintock....

5
10

COPPER MINING STOCK LIST.
Bid. Askd

Companies.

paid 11
3

Adventure
ifitna

....

*

' -

/All

J

American
Arnold
Atlas
Aztec

Bay State.

66

•

Caledonia
Canada

Oak

Central
Concord—

'x

*>

•

2'56 3
26 60 20

4

•

Copper Creek

Copper
Copper

75

—

1

Charter

45;

—
—

—

24)
1

Falls....
Harbor

Dacotah

*/

i

3)

Dana

00i
50

i

Davidson

75

*y)
}

Delaware
Dev

—

i-/

iMlwaruB

9)4
8'

Franklin

Creek

French

6 0*

...

2'66i

3% 15

«v-

2 50

0*17 00

....i 1 00

—

10 i 25 00;2S 00
6)41
8

•

j

12
3
1

b 50 : 8 75
4 75 5 50

5)4

®

2

Western

2
-—17)4

Hamilton
Hancock

5

60 6'66.

1)4
2%

Hanover

Hilton

...

1 00

2 00

.11%

1%

Hope
Hudson
Hulbert

Humboldt

5

• •

X

....

1 00

33

Isle Royale*
Keweenaw
Knowlton

i

....

•

5
8

75

....

in 20,000 shares.

Capital $1,000,000,

Capital $200,000, tn 20,000

GOLD AND SILVER

MINING STOCK LIST.

'

par

Alameda Silver
American Flag ... —
Atlantic & Pacific ...

10
—

10

.

par

Gunnell Union..
Holman

5

...

...

Knickerbocker..

1 00

2

LaCrosse

Boscobel Silver....
Bullion Consolidated..

—
—

Mill Creek
Montana

25

Eagle
Empire City

1

Gold Hill

::::

.

Bid. Askd

par

Foster Iron

5

....

Lake Superior Iron ...; 100
Bucks County Lead
5
Denbo Lead
—
Manhan Lead
—
Phenix Lead
—
Iron Tank
..

—

...

17

Firemen’s Fund... 10

75

50

Hoffman..
Home

—
—

16:

....

18

Tudor Lead

..

Indemnity
International
Irving

50
100

100

King’s Co’ty(Bklyn)20
Knickerbocker.... 40
Lafayette (B’klv).. 50

280,000

100
25

Lamar
Lenox

•

Rutland Marble
Long Island Peat
RusseU. Fie

25

Savon de Terre

—

52

—

5

3 00

200,010

150,000

150,000

Island (B’kly) .50 200,000
Lorillard*
25 1,000,000
Manhattan
100 500,000
..100 200,000
Market*
200,000
Meehan’ & Trade’. 25
Mechanics (B’klyn).50
150,000
Mercantile
....100 200,000
Mercantile Mut’l*+100
040,000
50 200,000
Merchants’
Metropolitan * t.. .100 1,000,000
Montauk (B’lyn). ..50
150,(MX)

(B’klyn)....50

7)4
New Amsterdam.. 25
N. Y. Equitable 3 36
N.Y.Fire and Mar. 100

56

100

Republic*

100

Resolute*

Tradesmen's
United States

200,000

25

300,000
200,000

200,000

,

25
26

51
Washington
Washington *t....1 tv
Williamsburg City.50
YOUkers & N. Y.. IOC

200,(K)0
150,000
250,000

Jan.’67.1C
Feb. ’67.7%
5
Jan. ’67.

Aug.
July.

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.

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70

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.

Feb.’65 ..5

Aug.’66.3%

•

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4
’67
’67
5
’67 .6
’67 ..5
Jan. ’67 ..5
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Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

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do
do
do
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Jan. ’67 ..6
Jan. ’67 ..4
Jan. ’67 ..6
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...

Feb. and Aug. Feb. ’67..6
’’eb. ’67..5
do
Jan. and July. 1\.ug. ’66 .6
Feb. and Aug. 1Feb.’66.3%
Jan. and July. Ian. ’67 .5
do
Inly ’66 ..5

.

....

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....

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.

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•

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Feb. and Aug. 1^ng. ’66 £
Jan. and July. Tan. *67. .5
an.’67 .5
do
Feb. and Aug. I<’eb.’67.. .5
Feb. and Aug. 1 i’eb. ’67...5
Jan. and July. Jran. ’87 ..P
do
July '80.. 6

r-

...

Tnly ’66. .5
Tan.’67.3%
•

•

86

Tan.’67 ..5
Jan. ’67 ..5

Feb. and Aug.
Jan. and July.

,

....

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do
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July’60.. 5

do

do
do
do

.

.

April and Oct. Apr. ’67..6
Jan and July. Jan. ’67 .6

142,830
350,41?

n

....

July’66 .5

Jan.
Jan.
Jan
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

and July.
Feb. and Aug.

208,049

180
107

....

Jan ’67 .5
Jan. ’67 ..5

July ’65

Jan.

188,170
457,252
208,969
206.909
150,580
138,902
1,277,564

,

150

Jnly'64.3)4

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

311.97

569,623
581,689
151,539
800,000t 550,801
400,000
287,400
150,000

July July ’64 ..4

do
do

..25 150,000
25 150,000
50 1,000,000
50 200,000 230,903
IOC 200,000 217,843
100 200,000 177,915
..100
500,000 3,206,424

25

Dec. ’66..c
Feb. ’67...t
Feb. ’67..6

April and Oct. Apr. ’65.. 5
snrl July Jan. ’67 3%

'

998,687

38%

....

Jan

1

50 1,000,000

50

....

.

Aug. ’65..4

do

173,691

150,000

Aug. ’66...{
Mar. ’67..t

May and Nov.
Feb. and Aug. Feb. ’67 ..5

5

500,000
350,000
200,000
200,000
150,000

20

.

.

282,35

50 1,000,000

Phoenix t Br’klyn.
Reliei

Star

150,000
200,000
300,000
210,000
200,000

....

40%

Jan ’67 ..5
do
Feb. and Aug. Aug. ’i 6 .. 5
Jan. and July. July ’66 . .5
April and Oct. Oct. ’65.. .5
Jan. and July. Jan. ’67 ..7
March and Sep Mar. ’64..5
Jan. and July. July’64 ..5
April and Oct. Apr. ’67..5
Jan. and July. July’66 ..7
Jan.’67...5
do
FtY and Aug.
Jan. and July. Jan. ’67 .5
do
July’66.3%
do
July ’65 . .5
do
July ’66 . .5

?
5
1
1

300,000
150,000

....

...

Jan» ’67
Jan. 65.

0
’ do
5
do
5
do
7
do
7
do
1
do
6
do
8
do
6 Feb. and Aug.
2
do
1
do
4 March and Sep
l Jan. and July.

200,000

30

Stuyvesaut

—

(>
8

500,000
200,000

...25

•

....

Jan. and July. July ’66 .. 5
Jan. and July. July’65 ..5
Jan. and July. Jan. ’67.8%
2 Feb. and Ang. Aug ’66..5

100 1,000,000

Jefferson

Sterling *.
Snn Mutual t

—
-

4
3
9
5
9
4
5
7

200,000
150,000

Security t
Standard

25

230,3 2

'200,000

3t. Mark's
St. Nicholast

Bid. Askd

par

M..

5

4
4

100 2,000,000

.50

Rutgers’

—

CO -PANIE8.

5

200,000

People’s

Texas
Yellow Jacket.*.

H
'0
16
>3
'S
'0

200,000
150,000
400,000

—

15

00: 1 10

6

'95. i'25

50:

do
>7 Feb. and
3 Jan. and
3
do

200,000

50

Guardian
Hamilton
nanover

Niagara.

"60
3;

l6

Sale.

paid.

Jan. ’67
.! 5
J. ’67.3*0^i

.

>1
do
17 Jan. and

200,000

204,000
150,000
150,000

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jau.
Jan.
Feb.

.

10
25 200,000
50 150,000
100 , 200,000
Gebhard
Germania
50 500,000
Globe
50
200,000
Great Western*t.. 100 1,000,000
Greenwich
25
200,000
50 200,000
Grocers’
Firemens Trust..
Fulton
Gallatin

...29 50
70; 5 95

Wallace Nickel

•

400,000

150,000

Exchange
Firemen’s

55' 2 60

Saginaw, L. S.
Wallkill Lead

—

400,000
200,000
250,000
500,000

30

50

National

MISCELLANEOUS STOCK LIST.
Companies.

200,000

and July
and July
and July
and July
and July
and Aug
56 March and Sej >
52 May and Nov
52 Feb. and Aug
LI June and Dec
12 Feb. and Aug

?5
<6
)3
t0
13
12

300,000
200,000

25

Symonds Forks.
3 00
4 00

250,000
500,000

40
.100

Rocky Mountain
10
Sensenderfer
-Smith & Parmelee..... 20

2

Gilpin




Commonwealth... 100
Continental *
100
Coni Exchange... 50
Croton
100

—
—

Ranagat Cen. Silver
People’s G. & S. of Cal. 5

...

stora^g...

(N.Y.). .100
(Alb’y).lOO
Commercial
50
Commerce

North American*. 50
North River
25
Pacific
25
Park
10<
Peter Cooper
20

...10

Nye

4 60

,

...

Copake Iron

100
100

Quartz Hill

Corydon

...

.

210,000

Pah

Consolidated Colorado
Consolidated Gregory ...100 8 40

153.000

150,000
300,000

Commerce

Nassau

40
3

"55

Montauk
New York..

3 20

55

30

Liebig

Central
*
Church Union
Columbian G. & S

Crezier....
Des Moines
Downieville
Echla.,
Fall River
First National

...

Liberty

:

"l6
....

Kip & Baell

Burroughs

2

Hope
Keystone Silver.

& Mining .'.'.50 i'50
Baxter

Ayres Mill

Bates &
Benton
Bob Tail

—

.

4 70

8 45
90

300,000
200,000

Las

Bid
Last

Periods.

s.
Aescts.

Long

Bid. Askd

Companies.

Bid.

Companies.

200,000

70

Humboldt

t Capital $500,000, in 100,000 shares,
shares.
%3T Capital of Lake Superior companies generally $500,000, in 20,000 shares
*

t

300,000
200,000

100
20

-Hope

;
8 CO

-

Import’& Traders. 50

50

6 50

19
10

Huron

Indiana

1

i

17

Howard

1

Hungarian

1 25

| 1 25

...

2 00: 2 75

—

Broadway
Brooklyn
Central Park

Excelsior

{

—

Mary’s

....

25
25

Columbia*

15

St. Clair
Louis

66

—

Girard
Great

is

25
25

Clinton

5%

r6

Baltic
Beekman

City

50

Roctland

(Br'klyn)..50

Atlantic

Citizens’

7

Resolute

—

River

2 00

4
....11%
11

Princeton
Providence....

o)

Excelsior
Flint Steel

...

—

Quincyt

10
J

Empire
Everett.........
Evergreen Bluff

00;

Naumkeag
1
New Jersey Consol.... lu

Petherick
Pewabic
Phoenix

Risks. Capital.

Bowery

1 75

Pittsburg & Boston... 5)4
Pontiac
10)4
Portage Lake...\ .... —

l)

Dorchester

7

5)4
2

Ogima
Pennsylvania *
60

2 00

DIVIDEND.

31,1865.

25 $300,000
50
200,000
American*
50 200,000
American Exch’e. .100
200,000
Arctic....
50 500,000
Astor.,
25 250,000

18)4

New York
North Cliff
North western...
Norwich

Dec.

are

Adriatic
A2tna

8
1)4

-

5

write Marine

6
4)4
5)4
4)4
1%
5
6)4

.

Marked thus (*)

participating, and (t)

...paid 1
2

....

17
4
?
13% ;

Amygdaloid

Lafayette

Lake Superior
Madison
Mandan
Manhattan
Mass
Medora
Mendotat
Merrimac
1 Mcsnard
Milton
Minnesota
BO! National
:15
Native
...

INSURANCE STOCK LIST.
Bid. Askd

Companies.
1

{

443

CHRONICLE.

THE

April 6, 1867.]

....

....

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THE CHRONICLE.

444
Financial.

Safes

Quarterly Report of the

On tha

National

Tbe

morning of the first Monday of April, 1-67:
K esources.

Overdrafts

Current

$9,852,749 77
.

Specie

99,0>4 80

...

q>\975 69

604,5? 3 61
2,550,000 00
29,652 00

Legal Tenders

4,( 86,417 00
1,963,765 67

Checks

6,158,826 59
$19,414,293 49

Inabilities.

Capital Stock
Surplus and Profits

$3,000,000 00
493,521 84

1,675 000 00
$7,030,531 S2

Company offer for the consideration of Bank
Merchants and those desiring the best burglar

Gentlemen,-We have

SANFORD, Cashier.
me this secon t
day
April, 1S67.
CI1AS. E. BOGERT.
Notary Public, City and County of New York.

Insurance.

49 WALL STREET.

ASSETS, Dec. 31, 1865

-

-

$2,716,424 32

DIVIDEND THIRTY PER CENT.
This

Company insures against Marine Risks on
Vessels, Freight, and Cargo; also, against Inland
Navigation Risks.
Premiums paid in gold will be entitled to a return
premium in gold.
MOSES H. GRINNELL, Pres't.

EDWARD P. ANTHONY, Vice-Brest.
Isaac H. Walker, Sec’y.

The Mercantile Mutual
INSURANCE

COMPANY.
No. 35 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.

Assets, Jan. 1st, 1867

$1,261,3-19

ORGANIZED APRIL, 1844.
year this Company has paid to its
IN

premiums in lieu of scrip, equiva¬
average scrip dividend of
TWENTY PIER CENT.
Instead of issuing a scrip dividend to
dealers,
based on the principle that all classes of risks
are
equally profitable, this Company makes such
cash abatement or discouut from the current
rates,
when premiums are paid, as the
general experience
of underwriters will
warrant, and the nett profits re¬
maining at the close of the year, will be divided to
the stockholders.
lent In value to

an

This Company continues to make
Insurance on
Marine and Inland
Navigation and Transportation
Risks, on the most favorable terms, including Risks

Merchandise of all kinds, Halls, and Freight.
Policies issued
making loss payable in Gold or
Currency, at the Office in New York, or in Sterling,
at the Office of
Rathbone, Bros. & Co., in Liveron

We
o
double chilie.l iron furnished ns by Messrs. Lillie &
Son, and failed to penetrate it more than five-eighths

(%) of

an inch, after hours of
endorse the above Novc ty Iron
in all particulars.

lahor^leel that

Henry Eyre,

Henry R. Kunhardt.

Cornelias Grinnell, John S. Williams.
Joseph Slagg,
William Nelson, Jr.,
Jas. D. Fish,
Charles Dimon,
Geo. W. Hennings, A. William
Heye,
Francis Hathaway, Harold Dollner,
Aaron L. Reid,
Paul N. Spofford.
Ellwood Walter.
ELL WOOD WALTER, President
CHAS. NEWCOMB, Vice-PresL
C. J. Despabd Secretary.

Flies of this

Paper Bosmd

to

Order.

BLANK BOOKS,

we can
Works’ certificate

about the same, viz

by

a

:

that it

can

only be penetrated
most skillful

long continued operation of the

mechanics and the beet tools.

Very truly,
W. H.

BECH7ELL,

W. H. b TRAHAN,

Cooper & Sheridan,
$ EXCHANGE PLACE.

$500,000

00

240,482

43

$740,482

CAPITAL,

TOTAL ASSETS

43

RUDOLPH GARRIGUE, President.
JOHN E. KAHL, Secretary.

Niagara Fire Insurance
COMPANY.
NO. 12 WALL STREET.
■

-

CASH

-

-

CAPITAL,

$1,000,000

SURPLUS, JANUARY 1st, 1865

270,353

Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid.)
Chartered 1850.
Cash Dividends paid in 15 years,
253 per cent.
JONATHAN D. STEELE, President
P. NOTMAN, Secretary.

Hanover Fire Insurance

Foremen in Messrs. Merrick & Son’s Southworth

COMPANY,

Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa.

No. 45 WALL STREET.

January 1st 1666.
Office Union Foundry

Works, )

Chicago, Ill., March 13, ls67.
Messrs. Murray & Winne,
Agents Lillie Safe and Iron

\

CoM

Gentlemen,—We subjected the sample of

combination of metals for safes sent
as

thorough tests of the drill

as we

new

drill.

Truly

Cash capital
S orpins

proof against the

yours,
N. S. BOUTON & CO.

Gross Assets
Total Liabilities...

$556,803 98
24,560 00

*

Northwestern ManVg Co.,)
Chicago, March 11, 1867.
f
Messrs. Murray & Winne,
Agents Lillie Safe and Iron Co.,
Gentlemen,— We subjected the sample you fur¬
nished us (of a new combination of metals to be

BENJ. S. WALCOTT.

President
J. RearsRN Lank, Secretary.

The Mutual Life InsuRANCE COMPANY OF NEW YOBK.

CASH ASSETS, Sept. 1st, 18G6, over $16,000,000 00
FREDERICK S. WINSTON, President

of

used in tbe manufacture of Lillie’s Safes) to the se¬
verest tests of our Power Drill, and with the
best
tempered drills our skill and experience could pro¬
duce.
After operating upon it with different drills seve¬
ral hours without penetrating it more than half an
inch and .;t that point unable to make further
pro¬
gress, we became satisfied that if not utterly im¬
penetrable, it would at least require days of time, a
large number of drills and machine power to pene¬
trate through it- and that it was
entirely out of the
ower of even the most skilful
burglar to penetrate
a safe made of this material.
.

R. T.

$400,000 00
156,303 98

us by yon to
could, and fail¬

ed to pen« trate the metal at all. We thiDk it
wou d
be impossible lor bu
glars to enter tbe safes made of
this met‘1 by means of the drill
during the longest
time in ordinary business
they could have acce?B to
them—in lact, that the metal is

CRANE, President.

R. A.

MoCURDY, Vice-President*
l ISAAC ABBATT,
Secretaries,
STUART.
fJ0HN
-

Actuary, 8HKPt*ARn HOMANS.
-

—

-

■

—

—

——«

————

—

———

■

-

—

—

Hope
Fire Insurance

Company,

OFFICE, NO. 92 BROADWAY.
Cash Capital-

-

-

-

-

$200,000 00

-

-

Total liUibillties --JLosses Paid l.i 1865 - -

This
Fire

252.55it 22

-

Assets, March 9, 1866

201^588 14

26,850 00

-

Company Insures against Loss or Damaqeh)

on as

favorable terms

as

any

other responsible

Company,

*♦<>

ONLY FIRST CLASS RISKS SOLICITED.

Lillie’s

Board of Directors:

DOUBLE CHILLED AND WROUGHT TRON
FIRE

AND

BURGLAR

PROOF

assortment of these

unequalled Burglar-

proof Safes constantly on hand at our Warerooms.
Also, sales of every description, designed for both
Fre and Burglar-proof security, The public
are in¬
vited to call and examine for themselves
merits of our bafes.

as

lo

JACOB REE*E,

President.

CHAS. D. HARTSHORNE, Secretary

REMOVAL.

the

Lillie Safe & Iron Co,,
LEWIS LILLIE, President.

THOS. P.

TABER,

JNO. W. MERSEREAU, L. B WARD,
D. LTDIG SUYDAM,
JOSEPH BRITTON,
AMOS ROBBINS,
WILLIAM RE M SEN,
HENRY S. Leverich.

Safes.
A full

T/_a

CUMMINGS,
ROBERT SCHELL,
JOSEPH FOULKE,
STEP. CAMBRELENG, WILLIAM H. TERRY.
THEODORE W. RILEY, FRED. SCHUCHAFDT.
JACOB REESE,
JOSEPH GRAFTON,
HENRY M.

STATIONERY,

ENGRAVING,
PRINTING,. AC., AC.

Co.,

BROADWAY, N. Y.

SURPLUS, Jan. 1st, 1867

£

Philadelphia, Pa., February 25,1867.
Me^srs. Lewis Lillie & Son,
Gentlemen,—We have tried a sample of doublechilled iron similar to that sent to the
Novelty
Works, New York, and our experience with it is

TRUSTEES.
James Freeland,
D. Golden Mnrray,
Samuel Willets,
E. Havdock White,
Robert L. Taylor,
N. L. McCreadv,
William T. Frost,
Daniel T. Willets,
L. Edgerton,

CASK

JARVIS WILLIAMS, Treasurer.

.

William Watt,

NO. 175

AND WlT LTAM3 Work?,
)
Boston, Mass-, January 22, 1867. I
hiving made an attempt to dr 11 a sample

Office

CASH,

on

Germania Fire Ins.

truly,

s

During the pa3t
Policy-holders,
arebatement

subjected the sample of

IIlXKLEY

—-

COMPANY.
(INSURANCE BUILDINGS,)

•

ISAAdV. HOLMES. Supt.
LYMAN G. HALL, Foreman.

*—————

Sun Mutual Insurance

61 William Street.

f

double-chitled iron you furnished us to the most se¬
vere tests (as regards
drilling through it) we could
bring to bear upon it, and without success.
It is our opinion that it can only be penetrated
by
the use of a Lrge number of drills, and the
expen¬
diture of much power with days of time, and we
think it impossible foi a burglar with his time and
power to penetrate it at all.

$19,414,293 49

W. H.

)

23.

adjusted and paid

SATTERTHWAITE, Agents.

proof security the fjllo wing certificates:

You;

Sworn and subscribed before

CATLIN &

$500,000.

$1,763,287

Assets, Jan. 8, 1867,

This
ers.

14,210.405 65
5,366 CO

York, April ?, "867.

CAPITAL

Risks made binding and losses
in New York.

129,543 49
7,»i80,330 31

«...

Dividends unpaid

4-

Company of North
America, of Philadelphia.

INCORPORATED 1794.

Merchants.

Office of the Novelty Iron Works,
New York. 18th December, 1666.
Messrs. Lewis Lillie & Son,

$48,891 02

Curreney

Circulation
Deposits :
Individual
United States
Banks

&

11.0’7 23
69.606 10

Expenses

National

Bankers

...$131,b00 95

United States and N Y Taxes
Premiums
Due from Banks
United States Bonds
Cash on hand, viz:

o

Insurance

OF TIIE CITY OF NEW YORK,

Discounts
Liabilities of Directors

of

Marine Insurance.

IMPORTANT

Bank

I oans and

New

Insurance.

■

Central

[April 6,1867,

The North American Life
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Will

Remove

to

the

r

New

Offices,

2$9 Broadway, corner of Bare ay
.

The office nov

May 1st.
P’CU.' jed by
on

§3

•*>»

THE CHRONICLE.

April 6,1867.]

Bark,80 # centad val.; Bt Carb.Soda,
H; Bi Chromate Potash, 3 cents
ft;
Bleaching Powder, 80 cents $1 1001b;

PRICES CURRENT.
.

the duties noted
yjow, « discriminating duty of 10 per
tenL ad val. is levied on all imports
under Mags that have
no reciprocal
treaties with the United States.
ry On all goods, wares, and mer¬
chandise, of the growth or produce of
Countries East of the Cape of Good
Hope, when imported from places this
side of the Cape of Good Hope, a duty
sf 10 j*r cent, ad val. is levied tn ad¬
dition to the duties imposed on any such
ry j% addition to

imported directly from the
or places of their growth or produc¬

articles when

place
tion • Raw Cotton and Raw Sill: excepted.
The tor in all eases to be 2,240 lb.

Ancli‘*r*-I>uty: 21 cent- ^ ft.
9g@
01 209ft and upward^) It
1C
Allies—Duty: 15 $ cent ad val.
Pot, 1st sort.. $ 100 lb 8 '0 @ 8 62
14 50 @14 H)
Pearl, 1st sort.

Beeswax—Duty,20$ cent ad val.

ft 88 @ 40
Bone®-Duty: on invoice 10 $ ct.
liio Grande slain $ ton
... @45 00
Bread-Duty, 30 f cent ad val.
American yellow.

Pilot

@

••

<g

Navy

«

Breadstuff®—Seo special report
hard, .per M.ll 0^ @12 00
If ^ @18 00

Common
Croton

@75 00

Philadelphia Fronts

Bristle®—Duty, 15 cents; hogs hair
l % lb.

Amer’n,gray &wh. $lb 65 @ *2 50
Batter and Cheese.—Duty: 4
cents.

Butter—
..

@

..

Fir Kina..
Half Hi kin tubs...
Welsh tubs, prime.
Welsh tubs, Si-cond

30 @
85 @

85
33

28 @

8j

quality
North Pennsylvania—

20 @

25

20 @

3)

15

20

*’ rkina

Western

Re-.erve—Firki

Wes urn

i:3

States — Fir¬
kins, yell'W

Firkins, md quality

@

@
11 @
..

20

Oil 60S C-—"

Factory Dairies

16 @

18

do Common
Farm Dairies .........
do Cummon

18 @
10 @

10

14 @

16
14

Candle®—Duty, tallow, 2£; sperma¬
ceti and wax a; stearine and ada¬
mantine, 5 cents $ ft.
Sperm,patent,. . .$ ft
49 @ ...
Refined sperm, city...
38 @
40
30 @
19 @

Stearic
Adamantine

81
21

Cement—Rosendale$bl2 00@ 1 75
Chains—Duty, 2£ cents ^ ft.
One inch & upward
9@

....

Cardiff steam

LiverpO'1 Ga»Cai

@
n

@

I

NewcastleG..s aSteam

....

....

....

@

....

Cocoa—Duty, 3 cents $ lb.
Caracas (in bond)(gold)
?
23 @
9 lb
Maracaibo do ..(gold)
@
Guayaquil do ...(gold)
14 @
St Domingo.. ..(gold)
9j@
Coffee.—See special report.

144
10

ft

16 @
"

37

25 @

Bolts
Braziers’

27
?8
38

..

@

87 @
23 j@
2
@

Baltimore..
Detroit
Portage Lake

v3|@

Cordage—Duty, tarred,8;
*

unc-rred
Manila, 2$ other umarrod, 3L cents

f ft.

Manila,
Tarred Russia.

$ 1b

Tarred American
Bolt

22 @
@
@

23
19*
19^
22

Rope, Russia....
@
Cork®—Duty, 50 $ cent ad val.
Regular, quarts’^ gross 65 @ 70
.

..

Mineral

60

Phial.

12 @

@

70
40

Cotton—See special report.

Drug's and Bye®—Duty, Alcohol,
a 50

per gallon; Aloes, 6 cents $ lb;
Alum, 60 cents $ 100 lb; Argols, 6

rents $ ft; Arsenic and
Assafcedati,
20; Antimony, Crude and Regulus,
10; Arrowroot, 80 $ cent ad val.;
Balsam Copaivi. 20; Balsam Tolu, 30:

^Balaam Peru, 50 cento* ft; Calisaya




Phosphorus

Seneca Root

(gold)

Aloes, Cape
$ ft
Aloes, Socotrine
Alum

57]@
4 * @

60
51

20 @

fc5

3*@

4

.

Annato, good to prime.
Antimony, Regulus of
Argols, Crude
Argols, Refined
Arsenic, Powdered

(80^)c.)(gtld)
2i@
Sugar L'd, WY-(gokl)..
30 @
Sulp Quinine, Ani^ oz 2 25 @
Sulphate Morphine
6 75 @
Tart'c Acid..(g’ld)$ft
65 @
Tapioca
12 @
Verdigris, diy.\ ex dry
@
Vitriol, Blue
lu @

Berries, Persian
Bi Carb. Soda, New¬
castle
gold
Bi Chromate Potash...

Bleaching Powder
Borax, Refined
Brimstou

1.

Crude

Brimston.',
9 ft

Am.

Brimston

4d

53 @
2U

@
@
84 @
..

54
35

1

Roll

lor

Sul¬

Camphor, c-iide,

(in
bond)
(gold)
Camphor, Refined

28

95
1 60

@
@

2)

@

1 70

Ammonia,

18 @
Cardamoms, Malabar.. 8 25 @
Castor Oil Caaes ^ gal 2 17 @ 2 20
Chamomile Flow’s^ft
80 @
45
Chlorate Potash (gold)
£0 @
Caustic Soda
7f@
8
Carraway Seed
20 @
..

Coriander Seed

14

@

35

Cochineal, Hon (gold) ' 92i@ 1 05
Cochineal, iMexie’n(g’d) 9i*@
95
Copperas,American
I4@
2
Cream Tarar, pr.(gold)
34 @
Cubebs, East India....
Cutch

Epsom Salts
Extract Logwood

i

Fennell Se d
oz.

Gambier

Gambogo
Arabic, Picked..
Arabic, Sorts...
Benzoin ..(gold)
Kowrie
Gedda
.....

Gum Damar

Gntn Myrrh,East

@
104@
17 @
80 @
6J@

19

44
li
18
60

India

Gum, Myrrh, Turkey.
Gum Senegal
(geld)
Gum Tragacanth, Sorts
Gum Tragacanth, w.

@
55 @

@
80 @
••

6>

23
60

flakey
(g'»ld) 60 @ 1 (0
Hyd. Potash, Fr. and
Eng
(gold) 8 75 @ 3 85
Iodine, Resublimed... 6 50 @* ..
Ipecacuanna, Brazil
@4 00
Talap
1
@ 2 20
Lac Dye
25 @ 05
Licorice Paste,Calabria
36 @
..
Licorice, Paste, Sicily.
24 @ 25Licorice Paste Spanish
42
Solid...
83 @
Licorice Paste, Greek.
30 @
7*
Madder,Dutch..(gold)
7 @
do, French, EXF.F.do
<"f@
74
1 6» @ .
Manna,large flake
Manna, small flake.... 1 10 @ ....
Mustard Seed, Cal....
S@
Mustard Seed, Trieste.
15 @ •
Nutgalls Blue Aleppo 88 @
Oil Anis
5 00
5 12
Oil Cassia

4 00 @

Oil Bergamot

6 50 Q 9 W

brand','
do-

•k

Door B<

Cat, Wild
do House

Fisher,

,4

Fox, Silver
do Cross
do Red
do Grey.

2

Lynx
Marten, Dark
do

5
3
1

5

pah*

2

Mink, dark

3

Musk rat,

5

Otter

50 @
10 @
0u @ 8
Of @50
00 @ 5
00 @ i
50 @
i 0 @ 4
On @20
(0 @ 5
00 @ 6
8 @
00 @ S

75
20
00
00

00
50

75

.

00
10

00

in

@

60

Skui

80 @

75

tala®®—Duty, Cylinder or Window
Polished Plate not over loxln inches,
24 cents ^ square foot; larger and
not over 16x24 inches, 4 cents $
square foot; larger and not over 24
x39 inches 6 cents $ square foot;
above that, and not exceeding 24x60
inches, 20 cents
square fool; all
above that, 40 cents ^(.square foot;
on unpolished Cylinder, Crown, and
Common Window, not exceeding lOx
15 inches square, 14; over that, and
not over 16x24, 2; over that, and not
over 24x30 ,24 ; all over that, 3 cents
# ib.
American Window—1st,2d, Sd, and 4th
qualities.
(Subject to a discount of 8f-@35$ cent.)
1 lx - to 12x18
12x19 to 16x24
18x22 to 20x30
20x31 to 24x30
24x31 to 24x36
26x36 to 30x44
80x46 to 32x18
32x50 to 32x56
Above

7
9
9
11
14
16
17

75
25
50
75
50

00
00
IS 00
20 00

@ 5
@ 6
@ 6
@ 7
@ 7
@ 9
@10
@11
@12

50
00
50
00
50

00
00
00

00

@i8 00

24 00 @15 00
English and French Window—1st, 2d,
3d, and 4th qualities.
(Si agleThick)—- Discount 30@35 $«eit
6x 8 to

,

iperows American... List
do
English

8x10.#50 feet 7 75 @ 6 (JO

IO1&0 % dis.

List 80 % dig.
List 5 % dis.

Shovels and Spades...

HorseShoes

7i@ 8$ft
39@35 ^udv
Slay—North River, in bales^ 100 fta
Planes

Li>t

for shipping
1 5u @ 1 5^
Benap—Duty, Russian, $40; Manila,
$25; Jute, $15; Italian, $40; Sunn
and Sisal, $15 ^
ton; and r&mplco,
ft.

1 cent

Amor.
do

Dressed.^ ton 870 00@8S5R00
Undressed

00

30

50 ft 7

.

Jute
Manila..
Sisal

15 @

6x S to 8x10.
8x . to 10x15

.

215 00@2S0M)O

.

Russia, Clean

Opossum
k, Black

L st 20 % dia
List <10 % dis.
Door L cks and Latches List
7| <p dis.
Door Knobs—Mineral. List
•f, mg.
k‘
Pore lain
List 7j % dig.
Padlocks
New List 25&7* % dis.
Locks—Cabinet, Eagle
10 2 'dg.
“
Tiun^
List 10 % dig.
Sti cks and Dies
Li t 80 £ dig.
Screw Wrenches—Coe's
Patent
List 20 % dis;
do T«ft’s
List £5@6U % dig.
8m tbs’ Vis
$ ft 24 @
Framing Chisels.... Old List 37* * d's.
tinner 00 insets.
List 4u *adv.
co
do
hundled,
in sets..
List40*adv.
Augur Bitts
List 2u& 10 % dl*.
8hoit Augurs,por dz.NewList 20
% dig.
Rinff
do
List 20 % dig.
Cut Tacks
List 75&5 % dig
Cut brads
List no % dis.
Rivet lr. n
List 25&30 % dig.
.

« 0

00

List.

List 25 *adv.

Its, Cast B:>1
Carriage and Tire Bolts

15

8 00
2 00
50 @ 1 00

brown
Badger
do

-

Loose Joint..

Hingedrtusjht,

....

...

@ 9 50

17 @ 7 50
50 @25 00

0 @
75 @ 7 50
f0 @10 00
2> @10 M
Cotton Gins, per saw..
.$5@^ less 20 %
Narrow Wrought Butts List 5 % dbs.
Cast Butts—Fust Joint. List ll £aiv.

....

special report.
Furs—Du-y, 10 $ cent.
Beaver,Dark..^ skin 1 00 @ 4 00
do
Pale
50 @ 2 00
Bear, Black
5 00 @i2 0U

15
25

.

@
12 @18 00
00 @13 25
75 @17 00
75 @16 00
@i4 26
75 @

Fruits—See

17

8 00

do ordinary
6
Broad natch’s StoS bst. i5
do c'dioary
12
Coffee Mil s-Iron llop’r 8
do
Bri
Hopper
6
do TV ood Back
4

M.ackerel, No. i, Alass

25

ordinary

rfteel, best br’ds, Nos.
1 to 3

_

..

20 @

1,5 @
13 @
24 @
21 @

perdoz

Shingling Hatchets, <’’t

Dry Cod
$ cwt. 6 00 @ 5 50
Pickled Scale. ..$> bbl.
@ 5 5»
Pickled Cod....^ bbl. 6 50 @ 7 bO

hi @55 oO
45 @
60

80
.16

steel, best

ordinary

do

80

00 @42 00

39J

20 @
12 @

Oarpe-ter’s Adzes,....

....

Raccoon

@ 2 00
85 @
JO
80
70 @
85 @
88
@
55
80 @
86
25 @
27
40 @
41
..

Ginseng, South&West.
Gum
Gum
Gum
Gum
Gem

4; @
@

A .es—Cast

@16 00

@

81i@

.

Hardware—

...

20 l 0

Ayres,mixed

Hog,Western, unwash.

@
@20 00
@

Herring,pickled^bbl. 5 bO @ 6 50
Flax—Duty: $15 $ ton.
Jersey
ft
..
@

5i@

Buenos

..

@ 1 10

.

flair—Duty fees.
RioGraude,mixed$ ft

rels. 50 cents $ 100 ft.

shore

an

7 50 @

Sporting, in 1 ft canis¬
ters $ ft
40

$3; other pickled, $1 50
^ bbl.; on other Fish, Pickled, Smok¬
ed, or Dried, in smaller pkgs.tlian bar¬

Mackerel, No.l,Ualifaxl7
Mackerel,No. 1, Bay..13
Mackerel, No. 2, Bay..In
Mackerel, No. 2, Ha ax 15
Mac’el,No.3,Mass. l’ge
Mackerel, No. 3, II’fax Li
Mackerel,
3, Mass
Salmon, Pickled, No.1.40
Sa mon, l i kled, p. tc.4^
Herring, Scaled^ box.

ft,

20 cents tf

over

..

$1 ; Salmon

Herring, No. 1

3i@

phur

Carbonate
in bulk

8 12j

$
(gold).40 00 @42 50

ton

i,

..

3 00 @
00
38 @

val.:

aa

..

Fisk—Duty, Mackerel, $2; Herrings,

.

$ cent

Rifle

Feathers—Duty: 30 $ centad val.
Prime Western...<$ ft
i<5 ^

V|@
45
72 @
75
1 25 @ 1 511

56
16
45

7S @

ovei

ft, 10 cents f? ft ana 20 ^ centad val
Blasting(A) $ 25ft keg
@5 00
Shipping and Mining.,
@ 5 50

@115 00

Tennessee

less K ft, 6 cents

cents or

20

..

(gold)Ul 00 @

at 1C

2J|

...

Limawood
Bar wood

@15 00
@16 00
@18 00

at 20

....

Logwood,Laguna(gold)80 i0
Logwood, St. Doiuini. 19 00
Jmgwood, Cam,(gold).2j 60
Logwood,Jamaica

00

@18 00

224@

80 @

y.

50
00
50

Gunpowder—Duty, valued

Dye Wood®—Duty free.
Camwood.. (gol d) $ t’n ■ 81) 00@
jo
Fustic, Cuba
@ 81 U0
Fustic, Savauilla
@23 00
Fustic, Maracaibo
2n 00 @
1 ogwood, Hon.
*1 00 @32 00

85 @ 1 2 )
1* @
12J
18 @
2o
25 @

10,4 cents $ ft.
Calcutta, standard, y’d

Duck—Duty, 30 ^ cent ad val.
Iiaven.3,Light. .$pee 16 00 @!3 00
Ravens, Heavy
20 00 @
Scotch, G’ck, No. I $y
72
@
Cotton, No. 1... $

6
7
50 @ 7
50 @12

Gunny Clofk—Duty, valued
cents or less
Jf square yard, 3;

2j

..

83*@

Assafcetida
Balsam Copaivi
Balsam Tolu
Balsam Peru
Bark Petayo

2S
45
89
80
45

18 @
38 @

Shell Lac
Soda Ash

21

75 @

@
@
27 @

Senna, Alexandria...,
Senna, Eastlndia

frxe.

in b o.d

48

25 @
75 @

50
18 00
20 50
24 00

82x50 to 32x56

24@
85 @

Sarsaparilla, Mex..

8
9
10
15
16

Groceries—See special report.
Gunuy Bags—Duty, valued at H
cents or less, #
squar® yard, 3; ovei
10, 4 oents $ ft
Calcutta, light & h’y %
20 @
21

..

Soda.Newcastle...
Sarsaparilla, Hond

Ginseng, 20; Gum Arabic, 20 ft cent
val.; Gum Benzoin, Gum Kow-

....

96

Sal

ad

Alcohol

£9

..

Quicksilver

frenzola Extract Logwood, ^ cent.;
ft; and Gamboge, 10 Flowers

others quoted below,

to 10x15
to 12x18
to 16x24
to 24x80
2»x3l to 24x36
24x36 to 30x44
80x45 to 82x48

@
SS
@
Rhubarb,China.(gold) 2 75 @ 8 50
Sago, Pea. led
/...
7@
8
Salaratxis
20 @
Sal Am’n'ac, Ref (gold)
@

cent ad val.; Crude Camphor,
30; Refined Camphor, 40 cents & lb.;
Carb. Ammonia, 20 $ cent ad val.;
Cardamoms and C&ntharides, 50 cents
%) ft; Caster Oil, $1 $ gallon; Chlo¬
rate Potash, 6; Caustic Soda,
14;
Citric Acid, 10; Copperas, 4; Cream
Tartar, 10; Cubebs, 10 cents $ ft;
Cutch, 10; Chamomile Flowers, 20
# cent ad val.; Epsom Salts, 1 cent

rie, and Gum Damar, 10 cents per ft;
Gum Myrrh, Gum
Senegal, Gum
Geeda and Gum Tragacanth, 20
cent ad val.; Hyd. Potash and Resub¬
limed Iodine, 75; Ipecac and
Jalap,
50; Lie. Paste, 10; Manna, 25; Oil
Anis, Oil Lemon, and Oil Orange,
5U cents; Oil Cassia and Oil
Berga¬
mot, $1
ft; Oil Peppermint, 50
$ cent ad val.; Opium, $*2 50; Oxalic
Acid, 4 cents $ 1b; Phosphorus, 20
$ cent ad val.; Pruss. Potash, Yel¬
low, 5; lted do, 10; Rhubarb, 50 cents
$ lb: Quicksilver, 15 $1 cent ad
val.; Sal ASratus, 14 cents $ lb ; Sal
Soda, 4 cent
ft; Sarsaparilla and
Senna, 2u ^ cent ad val.; Shell Lac,
10; Soda Ash, 4; Sugar Lead, 20 cents
ft; Sulph. Quinine, 45
cent ad
val.; Sulph. Morphine, $2 50
oz.;
Tartaric Acid, 20; Verdigris, 6 cents
^ ft; Sal Ammoniac, 2u; Blue Vit¬
riol, 25 $ cent ad val.; Etherial Pre¬
parations and Extracts, $ l $ ft; all

8x11
11x14
12x19
20x31

...

8S @
90 @

Prussiate Potash

15

Flowers,Benzoin.$

Copper—Duty, pig. bar, and ingot,
24; old copper 2 cents
ft; manu¬
factured, 35 $ cent ad val.; sheathing
copper and yellow metal, in sheet.-, 42
inches long and 14 inches wide,
weighing 14 @ 34 oz. $ square loot,
3 cents $1 ft.

Sheathing, new..
Sheathing, yellow

Oxalic Acid

..

24

Opium, Turkey.(gold) 6 76 @

ft; Crude

Cantharido?

Coal—Duty, bituminous, $1 25
ton
of 28 bushels SO ib to the bushel;
other than bituminous, 40 cents ^ 28
bushels of 80 lb $ bushel.
Liverpool Orrel. <jg ton
of 2,240 lb
@ ....
Liverp’l House Cannel
@ ...
Anthracite
7 50 @ S 00

Oil Lemon
3 75 @ 4 25
Oil Peppermint, pure. 6 00
@ ....

Brimstone, $6; Boll Brimatono, $10
V ton; Flor Sulphur,$20 $ ton, and

Acid, Citric

_

N.Y State—Fresh pails

Refined BoraT, 10 oents

445 1

00@35U%0

8 5

..(gold) SO 00@135 00
^ 1b.. (gold)
@
lt^
.

11 @

Hides—Duty, all kinds, Dry
ed and Skins 10

cent ad

or

Salt¬

vaJ.

Dry. Hides—
Euenos Ayr ss$

Montevideo
Rio Grande
Orinoco
California

ftg’d
do
do
do

gold

California, Mex. do
Porto Cabello ..do
VeraCruz
do

A’ampico

do

Texas

do

Dry Salted Hide*—
Ch li
(gold)
( h llfornia...'.
do
Ssn w ch Ial’d do
South & Wes
do
Wet Salted Hides—
Buc Ayres.ftg’d.
.

19*@
38*@
IS

2H
19

@

)7i@
Is @

17#

13^

@
14 @
1 I@
16 @
14 @

15
LG)-

IfiJ

15

13 @
..

..

14

@
@

10 @

101*
lO#

Rio Grande

do

10 @
10A@

California
Western

do

)<•

10 j
10#

@

10 @

Coutry al’ter trim. &
cured.

do
do
Upper Leather Stock—
B. A. & Rio Gr. Kip
$ ft cash.
City

Sierra Leone

do
Gambia &Bissi.n do
...

11

10 @

12
11

1C#@
28 @

27
81

30 @

Honey—Duty.?, ;ent '
Cuba (duty paid) (gr1
$ gail. 84 @
Hop®—Duty: Sctvt.sty ft.
Crop of I860
ft
45 @
do

of J865

Foreign

..........

*

85

70

20 @

6i @

45
.

TQ

1

jI

M!

ad val.

70
55

©
Carthagen-i, &o
Indipro—Duty free.
Bengal
( old) # lb 1 00 © 1 65
Oude
(gold)
75 © 1 85
Madras
65 @
90
(gold)
Manila
65 @ 1 10
(gold)
Guatemala
(gold)
85 © 1 10
Oaraccas
(gold)
70 @
00
I ron—Duty, Bars, 1 to 14 cents # ft.
Railroad, 70 cents # 100 ft; Boiler
and Plate, 14 cents $ 5); Sheet, Band,
Hoop, and Scroll, 11 to If cents # ft;
Pig, $9 # ton; Polished Sheet, 3
cents # ft.

Zinc.....'3

bbl 2 7>
Pi ch
4 25
Rosin, oommon ....* 4 25
do strained an .No.2...J 5i

Tar, Am rlci

Spirits turp., Am. $ g.

Pipe and Sheet.. ..uet
.. @10 25
LeatUer—Duty: sole 35, upper 80
$ cent ad val.
^-cash. $ ft.->
Oak, Slaughter, light .
34 @ «■«
42

middle

33 @

heavy,

do
do

do
do
do
do
do

@
@
47 @
13 @
28 @
2-4®
284®
57 @
2- @
27 @
27 ©

light Cropped....
middle
bellies

do
do

....

Heral’k, B. A.,&c.,l't.
do

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

do

middle,
heavy .

Califor., light,
do middle,

heavy.
Orino., etc. l’t.
do

do
middle
do
heavy,
do & B. A,

26

21

2’i
80
30
23
29
28
28
23 *

27

@

19
34
3.
35

do

do poor

50

2? @

dam’gdall w’g’s
do
do

45
47

4 *
44

Slaugh.in rough
Oak, Slaugh.in rou.,)’t
do
do
do mid.
__

@
@
@
@

38 @
Lime—Duty; 10 $ eencad va).
and heavy

Rockland, com. # bbl.
do
heavy

© 1

..

@2

26
21
38




do

do

15

@300 on

..

..

..

..

..

..

.

.

-

@150 00

>d—r
wood—Dutyfree.
Mahogany St. Domin-

orotches, $1 ft..

Rose*

25 @

e,

French, in

Ochre,yellow, French,
dry
# *00 ft 2 3'4@

gr’ i in oil.# ft
Spanish brown, dry $
do

100 1b

:...

:<74

©

...

®
©
47, @
29 ©
60 @
..

84

Vera Cruz .gold

..

Chagres ...gold

..

Cab.gold

..

do

Puerto

©
©

?»<

domestic

94®

4>
4
-5

86
50
3i
51

Amer c

less $ ft, 10
Ip ft and 11 19 cent, ad val.;
over 32 cents $ ft, 12 cents $ ft and
10 19 cent, ad val ; when imported
washed, double these rates. Class
2.— Combing Broo/*’-The value where¬
of at the last place whence exported
to the United States is 32 cents or
less $ ft, 10 cents Ip ft and 11 $
cent. ad val. ; over 32 cents $ ft, 12
cents 19 ft and 10 Ip cent, ad val.
Class 3. — Carpet Wools and' other
siitdlar Wools—The value whereof at
the last place whence exported to the
United States is 12 cents or less $
ft, 3.cents $ ft ; over 12 cents $1 ft,
6 cents $ ft.
Wool of all classes

Imported scoured, three times the
duty as if imported unwashed.
75
Amer., Sax. fleece 19 lb
do
do

,

pulled
Superfine
No. 1, pulled
California, unwashed...
do
Texas

H4

15

1 20 © 1 50

Trieste
1 05 @ 1 10
Cal. & Eng . 1 37 © 1 40
American....
25 ©
80
Vonet. red (N.C.)^cwt 8 00 <® 3 25

104©
H ©

tnglisn machinery

I3<@

1*4
50
16

Sumac—Duty: 10 $ cent ad val.
Sicily.:
$ ton .J50 00 @225 00

15 ©

85

Barytes
40 ©
45
Petroleum—Duty: crude,20 cents;
refined, 40 ;ents $ gallon.
17
Crude,40©47grav.#gal. 164®
Refined, free
©
40
do
in bond
©
27

Vaptha,refined

"...

..

©

—.

$ bM. 4 50 @ 5 00
Plaster Paris—Duty: lump,free;
calcined, 20 $ cent ad val.
BlueNt>vaScotia^ toe
@ 4 50
White Nova Scotia.... 5 00 © 5 50
Calcined,eas'ern^ bbl
© 2 40
Calcined ,city mills
© 2 50
Pro visions—Duty: beef and pork
1 ct: lams, bacon, andlard,2 ts 19 1b
Residuum

cent

ad

20 @

27

do*
do
do

Beef,plainmessi? bbl.. 12 00 ©20 0*
extra mess

19 00 ©23 00

Pork,mess,new...,.,^23 25 @23 75
do

moss

Old .^...22 25 @23 00

nnw..

washed

@ 27
@ 46
@ '46

2S@ 82
85 @ 58

5Kinc—Duty: pig or block, $1 50 $
100 fts.; sheets 24 cents $ ft.
Sheet.'...
lift
104® U4
Treigkts-

To Liverpool :
Cotton
19 ft
Flour
$ bbl.

d.

a.

@
1
@ 2
@2 0
Petroleum
@ 5
@5 0
Heavy goods.. .19 ton 12 6 @
@20
Oil
@
Corn, b’k* bags19 bus.
..
Wheat, bulk and bags
Beef...
$ tee.
@ 1
Pork
19 bbl.

'

.

..

..

To London :

Heavy goods. ..19 ton 17 6 @20
®*&
Oil
:
@
Flour
$ bbl.

..

Petroleum
Pork
Wheat

#

bbl.

19 bush.

Corn
To Glasgow (By Steam) ;
Flour
19 bbl.
..
Wheat
$ bush.
..

,

f. C. Coke
10 50 @11 50
Terne Charcoal 12 00 @12 50
Terne Coke.... 9 25 @ 9 50

Corn, bulk and bags..
Petroleum (sa>l)19Dbl.
Heavy goods..$ ton.
Oil
Beef

Tobacco.—See special report.

Pork

gallon^ other liquors, $2.50

,

$ tee.
19 bbl.

To Havre ;
Cotton

and Liquors—Liquors
—Duty: Brandy, first proof, $3 per

Wines

Wines—
Duty : value net over 50 cents IP gal
Ion 20 cents $ gallon and 25 19 cent
ad valorem; over & and not over 100,
50 cents IP gallon and 25 Ip cent ac
valorem; over $1 # gallon, $1 $ gal
Ion and 25 $ cent ad vaL 3

....

Smyrna, washed
unwashed

...

....

Mestiza,

Mexican, unwashed....

Plate and sheets and
25 pet cent. a3 val.

plates,
$ ft (gold)
25©
26
..(gold)
22 ©
English
(gold)
.*
©
24
Plates,char. I.C.19 box 12 50 @13 00

terne

34

80

val.

Banca
Straits

@

40

Till—Duty: pig, bars,and block, 15$

yellow...# ft

88
80

@

Teas,—See special report.

# bbl. 4 00 © 4 CO
# ton .... ©27 no

@

80

11*

Chalk
Chalk, block

40
40
27
32

20 @

do

Tallow—Duty :1 cent $ ft.

11 @

£0

40 @
80 @
"

African, unwashed

Sugar .—See sp.cial report.

Carmine,citvmade^ftl6 00 ©20 00
China clay.*...'..# ton35 00 ©:;6 00

56

v

do
common, nnw.
Entre Rios, washed ....
8. American Cordova

S. Amer.

..

American,prime, coun¬
try and city ^ ft...

57
__

28
82
25
82
40

..

19 @

6i

common...

Peruvian, unwashed...
Valparaiso, unwashed..

10,

12 ©

English, spring

full bl’d Merino,
4 and | Merino..

Extra,

16

n cast.

10

cents

574

14 @

Gentian

9 @

17 ®

States is 32 cents or

©

17 ©

# lb
cent )

place whence exported to the United

cent

.....19ft*

p r

Wools—The value whereof at the last

Soap- -Duty: 1 cent 19 ft? aud 25 19
ad val,
•Jastile

15

do
.
57 ®
: Imported in the “ or¬
dinary condition as now and hereto¬
fore practiced.”
Class 1 —Clothing

£-74©
55 @
62) @

English b ister

gr’dinoil.# ft
8 @
9
Pariswh., No.l#looft 2 75 @ 3 00
5Vh'ti’>g, Amer
2f@
2f
Vermilion,Chinese# ft 1 25 © ! 85

do

50

41

Bolivar

American, spring

3 00
8 ©
iU

do

do
do
do

do
do
do

...gold
Honduras,.gold
Sisal
gold
Para
gold

38 @
84

Steel—Duty: bars and ingots, valued
at 7 cents 19 ft or under,
cents;
over 7 cents and not above 11,3 cts
19 ft; over 11 cents, 34 cents IP ft
and 10 19 cent ad val. (Store prices.)
18 @
English, cast, $ ft . .
23

14 @

whi
oil

Tampico...gold
Matamoras.gold
Payta
gold
Madras,....gol ;
Cape..
g< 11

....

Copper

ad val.

..

15 A20 19 ct off list
25 & 5 $ ct. off list.
SO <» 5 Ip ct off liai*

....

Wool—Duty

Spices. -See special report.

do

puie,

VeraCruz .s.old

....

Telegraph, No. 7 to 11
Plain
Brass (less

144

20

pipe, heavy
@250 00
@200 0C
pipe, light.
pipe, culls .120 uu ®1S0 0(1
@250 00
nlid., extra.
@200 00
hhd., heavy
@12 * 00
hhd., light.
@100 0 0
hhd., culls.
@175 00
bbl., extra
@140 00
bbl., heavy.
@110 00
bbl., light..
© 60 00
bbl., culls..
@130 OC
© 90 00
hhd., light..

nahoffany* * Cedar,

@

3 00
2 6.4

12
12

il

pipe,

HEADING —White
oak, hhd

fO,

white, American,

Chrome

.

in oil

111®
lli®

do
do

val.
No. 0 to 18
No. 19 to 26
No. 27 to 36

...

Spelter—Duty: in pigs, bars, and
plates, $1 50 ^ 100 lbs.
Blates.foreign $ft gold
:64@

10 @

..

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

vermilion 25 $ cent ad val.;

white chalk, $10 # ton.
Litharge, City.... $ ft

do
do
do
do
do
do

in cases.

do

Champagne

Wire—Duty: No. 0 to 18, uncovered
$2 to $3 5 19 100 ft, and 15 $ cent ad

^
4 t0
5 25

@
©

do

d'»
Sherry
Malaga, sweet .
do
dry....
Claret, in hhds.

li 00 @20 uu

Goat,Curacoa$ ft gold
do Buenos A...go’d

do

45 ©
50
45 ©
Paint*—Duty:, on white lead, red
lead, an t litharge, dry or ground in
oil, 3 cents $ ® 1 Parit white and
whiting, 1 cent $ ft; dry ochres, 56
cent* $ 100 ft: oxidesofzim , if cents
$ ft ; ochre, ground in oil, 1} 5019100
ft ; Spanish brown 25 # ceut ad val;
China clay, $5 $ ton; Venetian red
and

...

do

Madeira
do Marseilles

4

Silk—Duty: free. All thrown silk.
35 19 cent.
Tsatlees, No. 1©3.19 ft 12 00 @12 r6
Taysaams, superior,
No. 1 ©
1: CO @11 25
do medium,Nc3@4. 9 00 @10 ift
Canton,re-reel.Nol@2, 9 06 © 9 25
Japan, superior
11 50 @i3 00
00
Medium
10 00 @10 50
.Skin*—Duty: 10 19 cent

4

Whisky (mb nd)
(gold) 2
Burgundy Port, do
Sherry
do

ll*@

Buck....

4

do

Wines—Port

15

$ft

Deer^anJuan^ftgoid

85

85 00 @ 40 00

..

.

...

di)

60 00 @ 65 00

*

..

S5 @
90 ©

94®

8TAVES-

do

60 @

dry, No. 1
do white, American,
No. 1,inoil

Cherry B’ds <te Plank 80 00 @ 00 00

oak,

...

13

40 no @ 4 s 00

extia.

....

124®

Laths, Eastern. # M 3 25 ©
Poplar and Whi e
wood B’ds & Pl’k. 55 00 ® 65 0J

White

1?4@
bus 8 75 @
19 bus 4 25 @
Canary
Linseed,Am.clean^tce
@
do Am. rough ^ bus 2 85 @
do Calcutta ...gold i 60 ©
SIsot—Duty: 2} cents $ ft.
19 lb
104®
Drop

unbleach. 2 90 @
1 -5 @ 1 ’.0

Lard oil
Red oil, city distilled .
Bank../.
Straits
-.
Paraffine, 28 —30 gr..
Kerosene
(free).

4

4

do

Corn

00

9 @
-34©

gold

China thrown

dry
Zinc, white, American,

33
40

M ft 21 00 @ ‘23 00

...

do

do

do

40

White Pina Box B’ds 30 00 ,© yii 00
White Pine Merch.
Box Boards
33 00 @ 33 00
Clear Pine
SO on @100 no

Maple and Birch

2 50 @

Sperm,crude

52
25

©

••

Timothy,reaped

7 50

Olive, qs(gold)p»r case 6 00 @ ....
do in casks.$ gall.. 1 60 @
Palm
$ ft
i
@
114
Linseed, city.. .# gall. 1 28 @ 1 SO
7<> @
Whale
75
do refined winter..
95 @ 1 uu

pure,

—Duty : Lumber, 20 # cent ad val.;
Staves, 10 $ cent ad val.; Rosewood
and Cedar, free.

Oak and Ash

@ 4 S7

eign fisheries,) 20 $ cent ad val.

Lead, red, City
do white, American,

Lumber? Wood*, Stave*,etc.

Spruce, East. $
Southern Pine

Crude
Nitrate soda

and whale or other ftsh (for¬

sperm

19

pure

ad val.
Clover

@

Oakum—Duty fr.,# fl>
8i@
Ilf
Oil Cake—Duty: 20 $ centad val.
City thin obl’g, in bbls.
$ ton.51410 @52 09
do
in bag3.48 '50 @•*■0 i0
West, thin obl’g, do 45 00 @15 5')
Oils - Duty: linseed, flaxseed, and
rape seed, 23 cents; olive and salad
oil, in bottles or flasks, $1 : burning
fluid, 50 oents $ gallon; palm, seal,
and cocoa nut, 10 $ cent ad val.;

@10 00

..

@ 8 12
@ 4 50

8 00 ®12 00
76® 78

(230 lbs.)

53

not

Refined,

do
do

.

Rum—Jamaica ..do
4
St. Croix
df
8
3
Gin —Differ, brands do
D-in’c—N.E.Rum.cur. ..
Bourbon Whisky.our. ..

3 cents;

refined and partially rottned,
nitrate soda, 1 cent $ ft.

4

Seignette

Hiv. Pellevoisin
Alex. Seignette.
Arzac Seignette
J. Romieux

Seed.*—Duty; linseed, 16 cts; hemp,
4 cent 19 ft? canary, $1
bushel of
60 lb; and grass seeds, 30 $ cent

...

No. 1
5 GO @
Pale and Extra

do
do

(sold) 6 5 • @ 6 02j
(g>>l 1) 6 .r0 @ 6 624
(gold) 6 50 @ 6 8 4

Bar

f..392891b 5 7> @

@ S
2 t5 @ 3
..

do

7 00

4

A.

Saltpetre—Duty: crude, 2£ cents;

val.

Turpent’e,

,

English

28
20
spirits of

turpentine 30cents fi gallon; crude
Ttrpentine, rosin, pitch, and tar, 20

82 50® 65 00
Ivory—Duty, 10 $ cent ad val.
East India, Prime # ft)
8 a @
East Ind Billiard Ball 8 50® 4 50
African, W. C., Prime 8 25®
African, Scrivel.,W.C. 1 60® 2 50
Lead—Duty, Pig, $2 $ 100 ft ; Old
Lead, If cents $ fit); Pipe and Sheet,
24 cents $ ft.
Galena
# 100 ft
..
®
..
German

Stores—Duty:

Naval

30
22

50 @

4 75®

Pellevoisin freres do

Liverpool,gr’nd^p sack 1 6 @ 2 > 0
do fln«, Ashton’s(g’d) 2 60 ©
do tine, .Vorthingt’s
@ 2 90
Onondaga,com.flne bis. 2 50 @ 2 60
00
do
do 210 ft bgs. 1 SO @
50
do
do
19 bush.
45 @
56
Solar coarse
54 @
Fine screened
do
$ pkg.
F. F.... ...240 ft bgs.

5 0* @ 10 00

Lcger freres ... do
Other br’ds Cog. do

ft;

@

Cadiz

@
@

Yellowmetal...

# ton 5'« 0 @

Spanish

28®
20,®
48 @

Horseshoe,Fd (6d)#ft
Horse hoe, pressed...
Copper

% cent ad

Double

Salt—Duty: sack, 24 cents $ 100
bulk, 18 cents $ 100 ft.
'forks Islands ^ bush.
53|@

7 7f. @ 8 <0

Clinch..

...

...

Bpecial report.
Nail*—Duty: cut If; wrought 2|;
horse shoe 2 cents # St).
Cut, 4d.@0i.'d.
10U ft 6 25 © ...

145 00® 205 00
$ ft
9 ©
M
14® 15

American

@

4

Bahia.

Rice—Duty: cleaned 2| cents $ lb.;
paddy 10 ^ents, and uncleaned 2 cents
$ ft.
Carolina
• $ 100 ftlO 00 @10 75
East India,dressed
9 25 @ 9 75

2o
15
15
14
00
6
6

1

(goldl 5 0© 9 00
Henneesy
(gold) 6 25@ l' co
Otard, Dup. ACo.do
4 m@ 13 00
Pinet,Castll.«fcCo.do 4 f0@ 17 00
Renault & Co.. do
5 25® 16 00
J. Vassal A Co., do
5 00© 14 00
Jules Robin.... do
@
Marrette & Co.
do 4 90® 10 00
5 2^® 9 ;,o
Vine Grow. Co. do

J. & F. Martell

1^
1* t

18#@
94@

Shoulders,

!TIolas»es.—See

Bar,English and Amer¬
110 f 0@1I5 00
ican, Refined
do
do
do CommonlOO 00®:05 0
Soroll
1 *0 .' 0® 90 00
Ovals and Half Round 1 5 00@145 00
Band
@140 » 0
Horse Shoe...
135 00@ ....
Rods, 5-8@3-16 inch.. I :C 00® 172 50

do

14 ®
14 @
14 @
10 '©
60 v@
5 @

Brandy—

1? 50 @3 ) 00
12® M

Tams,

@
©

15

..

do

@160 00

Rails, Eng. (g’d)

..

Mexican
Honduras

Rosewood, R. Jan # lb

assorted

Sheet, Single,
and Treble

12

16
!6
16
1.

..*.
Mansanilla
Mexican
Florida. # c. ft.

do

Store Prices—,

Nail Rod

Mansanilla
;

do
do

Reft’d s.ng&Amer 9j o @ 97 50
Bar, Swedes, assorted
sizes (in gold)
95 00® 100 00

Sheet, Russia

12 @
12 @

(American wood)..

Bar,

Hoop

40

Cedar, Nuevitas

Pig, Scotch,No 1.
# ton 41 00@ 41 00
Pig, American, No. 1.. ^2 00®

Bar Swedes,
sizes

©

Nnevitas....

do
do
do
do

@

East Inala

@

30

#ft

Lard,

10

7

logs

8i ©
65 @
@

# ft

Para, Fine
Para, Medium
Para, Coarse

prime, do.

do

St. Domingo,
ordinary logs
Port-au-Platt,
do
crotches
do
Port-au-Platt,
do

Horns—Duty, 10 $ cent, ad val.
Ox, Rio Grand©...# C 10 i 0© 10 50
8 00® 10 00
Ox, American.
India Rubber—Duty, 10 # cent

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@ 5
@ 3
@ 2
@
@

@2
@

@
@5

)30
)4<1
& 5

.-19 ®

....

$

h 8

l@
BhefaDdpork.. 19bbl. 100®
Meaaurem. g’ds.$ ton i0 CO @
Petrolenm........... 5 6 @

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Lard, tallow, cut m t

etc
$ lb
Ashpotftnd pear!

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THE CHRONICLE.

April 6,1867.]

Commercial Cards.

Steamship and Express Co.’s.

Commercial Cards.

Sawyer, Wallace 8c

COMMUNICA¬
NEWi YORK
AND AUSTRALA¬
STEAM

seeds

grain,

«ob,

w

provisions.

and

COMMISSION

MERCHANTS,

WASHINGTON STREET.

left

Ills.

Chicago,

8c Co.,

Yaeger

The Panama, New-Zealand and Australian Royal
Mail Company dispatch a steamer on ihe
each month from Panama to Wellington, N. Z.,
the Australian Coloi ies, connecting with the steamer
of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company leaving

olon) on the 11th of each
will be
conveyed under through ticket at the following
rates : From New-York t<* ports in New-Zealand, or
to Sydney or Melbourne, $340 to $364 for first class,
and $218 to $243 for second class.
The above rates include the transit across the
Tsthmus of Panama, and the first class iares are for
forward cabins of the Australian steamer; after
cabin, latter $25 additional. Fares payable in United

148, 150,

152, 154, & 156 N.

SECOND STREET

WASHINGTON AVENUE

BETWEEN

STREET.

AND GREEN

MO.

LOUIS,

ST.

J. M. DISTILLERS Co.,
Cummings 8c
AND

COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
58 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
sale, IN BOND, fine
WIIISKTES, from their own

Offer for

made
59 Wall-st.,

For further information, application to be
to
the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, No.
Or to CHARLES W. WEST, Agent,
No. 23 William-st.,New-York.

Lynchburg, Va ,
COMMISSION MERCHAN l's,
Late of

For

produce and purchase
merchandise generally.

the sale of
of

(Offices, for

EXCHANGE PLACE)

the present, 63

BALTIMORE, MO.

Refer by permission to Messrs.
Jacob Heald & Co., Lord & Robinson,

Tannahill. Mcliwaine

States

11th—Henry Chauncey, connecting with St. Louis
21st—New York, connecting with Sacramento.

Baggage checked

allowed each adult.

$1,600,189 45

An

97
08

713,060 05

.

$2,813,199 50

11 3

Assets, 1st Jan.,

1867 — $2,005,702

64

YOUR

MAIN STREET,

Hoard of Directors:
Charles E. Bill,

James Marsh,
John J. Cisco,
Isaac A. Storm,
(•has. M. Connolly,
Taomas C. Doremus,

B. F. Wheelwright,
Wilson G. Hunt,
Dan n. Arnold,
W. R. VermiLe,
William Tucker,

Shepfcsrd Knapp,
Edward S. Clark,
Isaac N. Phelps,

John J. Phelps,
Clinton Gilbert,
William B. Bolles,
Hanson K. Corning,
John C. Baldwin,
Edward Mintnrn,

Appollos R Wetmore,

William H. Wilson, H. F. Winslow,
and Quackenboss Brothers, Local

S. S. Anderson,

Gold

NEW

In¬

MILTON
Nos.

For sale at the Commercial Advertiser
No. 66 William street, New York.
Mailed free on receipt of price.

Let.

With all the modern improvements,
and ventilation, suitable

150 & 152

Linens, Ac., Ac*,
DUANE STREET, NEW YORK,

Threads,

SHOE THREADS,
SEWTNG-MACHiNE THREADS, ETC.

Byrd & Hall,
Manufacturers of

Nos, 12 & 14

splendid light
for

Brokers, Merchants,
Railway, Insurance,

97

38, 39, 40, 42, 57, 64, 66,
73, 78 & 80 Broadway.

Nos.

5, 7,17, 19, 34,

4

it

69, 71,

36, 49 & 53 New

WALL STREET.

19, 21 & 38

St.

Broad St

19 Wall Street,
And

Nos. 55

A 57 Exchange

WARREN ST., NEW YORK.

Co.,

MERCHANTS,
NO. 7 RUE SCRIBE, PARIS,
FRANKLIN STREET, NEW YORK.

George Hughes 8c

Co.,

Importers A Commission Merchants,
198 A 200 CHURCH STREET,

LINEN GOODS,
DUCKS, DRILLS,
CHECKS, &c., WHITE GOODS,
PATENT LINEN THREAD.

SCOTCH AND IRISH

SPANISH LINEN,
LINEN

Place.

OFFICE OF
MA T T HEWS,
EDWARD
No. 19 Broad St., Room No*. 30*
APPLY AT THE

PARASOLS,

COMMISSION

Buildings

Nos.

*

Lane, Lamson 8c

Lawyers,
aiid other Companies,

4, G, 11, 17,

J

Good*,
Goods,
Irish and Scotch

Linen

Banks, Rankers,

Nos.

Office,

WHITE STREET.

43 A 4 5

UMBRELLAS AND

Nos.

CO.,

MILLS,

Lindsay, Chittick & Co.,

Railroad

ALL NEAR

Con(afniug the Price ot GOLD each quarter ot an
hour for 1865, 1866, and January 1867, and highest
and lowest price each day for 1862, ’63, ’64, ’C5.
ONE VOLUME—PRICE ONE DOLLAR.




VICTORY MANUF.

HARBOUR BROTHERS,
CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK.
Mills at Patterson, N. T.

Spelter, Tin, Antimony, etc., Old and New
Iron, Bloom Irons, Car Wheel Pig Irons.

In

CO.,

CHICOPEE MANUF. CO.,

Copper,

PROSPECTUS.

.Quotations,

HILLS,

White

Charcoal Pig Irons, Ingot

Agents in the

er&Co.

FOR

BURLING TON W OOLEN

ft2 John Street.

,T.

Offices To

City of New York and vicinity.
New and Important Plans of Life
surance
have been adopted
by this Company.
THE

THOS,

Anthracite and

YORK.

And Fancy

Francis & Loutrel,

Frederick Sheldon.

Joseph B. Collins, President,
DeGroot, Actuary.
John E:idie,

SEE

WASHINGTON

Metals,

Augustus H. Ward,
James Gallatin,
Jeremiah P. Robinson,
Charles P. Leverich,
William M. Halsted,
Henry W. Ford,

Secretary.
James W. G. Clements, M.D., Medical Examiner
Wtlliam Detmold, M.D.,-Consulting Physician.
J. B. Gates, General Agent, and James Stewart,
Henry Perry, Albert O. Wilcox, A. Whitney, Gren¬
ville R. Benson, Charles Northshield. J. J. Whitney,

N. G.

AGENTS

va.

STATIONERS, PRINTERS AND BLANK-BOOK
MANUFACTURERS.
45 Maiden Lane, New York.
We supply everything in our line for Business,
Professional and Private use, at Low Prices. Orders
receive prompt attention.

due and unpaid.

ST., NEW

F. R. Mu dge, Sa wy

SOLICITED BY

CUSTOM

Parasols,

49 MURRAY

Dress

$2,313,199 50
There are no losses

STREET, NEW YORK.

Umbrellas &

$307,496 86

Disbursements

USE*

IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
British Staple,

ATTORNEYS

RICHMOND,

Joseph B. Collins,
James Suydam,

Agent.

Carrington,
AT L41V,

Ould 8c

AND DOMESTIC

MANUFACTURERS OF

Medicines and

experienced Surgeon on board.

attendance free.
For passage tickets or further
it the Company’s ticket office, on the
Canal street, North River, New York.
S. K. HOLMAN,

o£, Beaver.

1H1UBLEDAY A DWIGHT,

through. One hundred pounds

information, apply
wharf, foot of

Receipts.
Premiums and charge for
Policies
$533,290
Interest, Premium on Gold
&C
179,769

:

connecting with Golden City.

zanillo.

YEAR 1866.

1866

Assets, 1st January,

192 FRONT

the United

steamers

STREET,

corner

Henry Lawrence 8c Sons,
FOR EXPORT

Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
for South Pacific ports • 1st and 11th for
"entral American Ports. Those of 1st touch at Man¬

CITY OF NEW YORK,

FOR THE

1st—Arizona,

Strert,

Broad

Mail,

States

APRIL

Life Insurance Company,
40 WALL

59

MANUFACTURERS OF CORDAGE

NORTH RIV¬
ER, FOOT Df Canal 9treet, at 12
o’clock noon, on the 1st, 11th, and
list of every month (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for
ASPINWALL, connecting, via Panama Railroad,
tfithoneof the Company’s steamships from Panama
for SAN FRANCISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.

STATEMENT OF THE

NO.

And Carrying

Weights.

Large Stock always on l and.
THEODORE POUHEMUS A CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS.
A

LEAVE PIER NO. 42

Insurance.

IN THE

C

To

All Widths and

N I A

A L I F O R

Duck,

Cotton

STEAMSHIP COMPANY’S

THROUGH LINE

Baltimore.

& Co., New York.

United

PACIFIC MAIL

BOURBON and RYE
and other flrat-claa*

Distilleries, Kentucky.

Special steamers run to the newly-discovered gold
region of Hokitika, New Zealand.
Children under three years, free; under eight
years, quarter fare; under twelve years, half-fare;
male servants, one-half fare ; female do., three-quar¬
ters fare ; men servants berthed forward, women
do. in ladies’ cabin.
A limited quantity of merchandise will be con¬
veyed under through hill of lading.

& Co.,

Wilson, Son

class passenger-1

NEW YORK.

gold coin.

States

RECEIVERS OF FLOl’R,
No«.

BROAD STREET,

NO. 47

2'.thof
and

New-York for Aspinwall (‘
month. First ana second

Co.,

COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

SIA via PANAMA.

& Co.,

Blair, Densmore

BETWEEN

TION

Sole

Agents for

DICKSON,
And F. W.

FERGUSON A CO., Belfast.
HAYES A CO., Banbrftlge

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Commercial Cards.

S. H. Pearce &

Commercial

Co.,

No. 353 BROADWAY,

Oscar

Delisle

SILKS,

HANDKERCHIEFS,

Oiled

French Dress
Muslin

C38t8 but half as much

appearance and

as

real

finish, and

73 LEONARD

LEONARD

IMPORTER

AND

HOSIERY and
MEN’S FURNISHING

Edgings,

George Pearce &

YORK,

8.

69 & 71

A.

GOODS,

FLAX SAIL

MEJMPHIS,

S3 PARK

Smith,

PLACE, NEW YORK.

Linen Handk’fs,

Co.,
SILKS,

KIRK A

JAMES GLASS A

SON, BELFAST,

STREET.

STRACHAN A-

BUTTON-HOLE

Co.,

198 & 200 CHURCH ST., NEW YORK.
W. \\ Coffin, Treas.
VV D. Simon ton.

IRISH

Wm.

Silk

40

JOHN

Cliureli

HANDK’FS, &C.

Street,

Floor Oil

New

4-4,

5-4,

C.

8-4,

J. & P. Coats’
BEST

JOHN

A

HUGH

Street,

Lawrence,

15? Pnane Street.
THE NEW

Eastern orders will have prompt attention at low

Middlings, Bran, <fcc., to ail points Fa-t, saving ex¬
pense and dama-e from cartage.
Orders lor pur¬
chase of iirain, Flour, or provisions in this market
will be faithfully a tended to.

E. W. Blatchford &

LINSEED OIL AND OIL CAKE,

& Dunphy,

COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,

have established

a departm nt. in their office for the
seention of Voluntary and Compulsory
Proceedings in Bankruptcy, with a system
of agency in ah the
la*ge cities of America, Consul¬
tations with Mr. EDWIN JAMES, from 3 to 5 o’clock

1. S. Bush &

PATERSON, N. J.

REMOVAL.

HIDE

Strasburger & Nuhn,
Importers of Fancy Goods, China and

Toy*,
Formerly No. 65 Maiden Lane,
HAVE REMOVED TO

Broadway,

near Canal street.

Co.,

BROKERS,

155 Kinzie Street, Chicago.
Orders will receive careful and prompt
TO

GRAIN

SHIPPERS,

attention.

MILLERS,

AND DISTILLERS.
We

No. 394

LEAD,

CHICAGO, ILL.

Embroidery,

pr.

NO. 293 BROADWAYJ

LEAD PIPE AND SHEET

Machine Twist

Organzine, and Tram.
CHAMBERS ST., NEW YORK.

Co.,

Manufacturers of

Sewing Silks,

MILLS AT

CHICAGO, ILL.,

est market price.
Our Chicago mills being situated
on the railroad track cars are
loaded with Flour,

MANUFACTURERS OF

BANKRUPT LAW.

Edwin James

YORK,

Co.,

PROPRIETORS OF
Oriental Mills,
'
Chicago, Ill.
Lockport Hydraulic Mills, Lock port,* Ill.
Sweepstakes Mills,
West Lockport. Hi.
A full supply ofour well known brands
of Flour always on hand.

John O’Neill & Sons,
84

Street, Mobile, Ala.

138 LASALLE ST.,

No. 108 Duane Street.

by

MERCHANTS,

(Established 1848.)
MILLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

i'cw York.

AND FINE GOODS,
GREAT
VARIETY,
Imported thin season, also
O 1 L E o
SILK.

Smith &

CABLED

AUCHINCLOSS,

SOLE AGENTS IN NEW

BAILEY,
MANUFACTURER,

For sale




SIX-CORD

Thread.

10-4 wide.

Palm Leaf Fans,
COMMON

daily.

STREET, N.Y.

M.

34 Reade

IN

RUSSELL, Sole Agent,

88 CHAMBERS

Cloths,

6-4,

65 Commerce

CO’S.

SEWING.

York.

AT ~ REAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.

3-4,

A

Jr.

IS UNSURPASSED FOR HAND AND MACHINE

LINENS,

185

No.

CLARK,

THOS.

COMMISSION

Norton 6c

Mile Eud, Glasgow.

Mixtures,

Merchants,

SLIP, NEW YORK.

England & Co.,

AND GENERAL

Spool Cotton.

Thompson & Co.,

LI;MEN CAMfl’C

Morris,

SCOTCH

LINENS,
Murray Street, New York.

Importers of
IRISH

AND

.

vers.

MORRIS, JB.

CO!TON FACTORS

MANUFACTURERS’ AGENTS

TWiST, FANCY GOODS, &C.,
Offer to Jobbers only.

Woolen

Wm. G.

MALCOMSON,

FOR

Also, Agents for

»

C.

CALDWELL,
FACTORS,

General Commission

IMPORTERS, COMMISSION ME RCHANTS AND

COTTON.

Re

B.

.

COTTON

CD., LURGAN,

Linen Goods.

Co.,

Agents for the Glasgow Thread Company’s

Fancy Casslmeres.

of Petersburg, Va.

Successors to BREWER &

Cambric Handkerchief Manufacturers

MERCHANTS,

.

'

Street, New York.
McIlwaine & Co.,

Caldwell &

20 OLD

C. Holt &

SEWING SILK,

MERCHANTS

AND

HANDKERCHIEFS,

Globe

Co.,

Martin & Tannahill,
of Petersburg, Va.

105 Reade Street.

&

McIlwaine

FOR THE SALE OF PRODUCE AND PURCHASE
OF MERCHANDISE GENERALLY.

Linen Manufacturers.

And dealers in

MACHINE

TENNESSEE.

&

SAM’L B. CALDWELL.

WILLIAM

Importers of
INDIA

.

Agents for

British and Continental.

SPOOL

BROKER,

Tannahill,

DUCK, AC.

Broadway.

Cummins,

COTTON

No. 79 Front

Emb’s,

119 CHAMBERS

L.

BURLAPS, BAGGING,

Anderson &

COMMISSION

W. HOPKINS A Co.,

COMMISSION

Goods,

AND

Roads,

FOR SALE BY

Agents for the sale of
WILLIAM GIHON & SONS’
WHITE
LINENS, AC.

Importers of

Munsell &

FOREIGN,

FOR

Jobbing and Clothing Trade.

Co.,

70 & 72 FRANKLIN STREET, NEW

PONGEE

AMERICAN AND

In full assortment for the

Tram MIk.

STREET

Railroad Iron,

Gihon,

IRISH Sc SCOTCH LINEN

Organzinc Silk,

CHINA

364 BROADWAY CORNER FRANKLIN

55 MURRAY STREET.

H’dkfs,
Oiled Silk,
Oiled Cotton,

GOODS,

Stock of the above at

a new

Laces,

Importers Sc Commission Merchahts,

Cotton

Laces and

Offers

STREET, NEW YORK.

Brand &

OF

Pongee li’dkt's,

White

Goods,

Steam and Street

STREET,

MANUFACTURER

Madder, Turkey Red

HANDKERCHIEFS,

Corsets, Ac.

invented.

John N. Stearns,
58

Linen Cambric,

Imitation Laces,

ever

CRAPES,

and Lawn

Real Brussels

Patent Reversible Paper Collars.

Napier,

And importer of

durability.

the most economical collar

D.

ENGLISH

Swiss Sc French White

silk, which it equals in

Cards.

(late of Becar, Napier & Co.)
Agent for S. Courtauld A Co.’s

OF

Draperies,

Agents for the sale of the
-

Co.,

Goods,

Machine

very superior

a

Commercial

Lace Curtains.

Silk,

Imitation Oiled Silk.
Our "Imitation" has

&

IMPORTERS

CHINA

and Manufacturers of

SILK AND COTTON

Cards.

Alexander

Importers ot
EUROPEAN AND

[April 6, 1867.

are

Manufacturing

Richards’ Power Corn Shellers,
Of ail sizes and capacity, ranjiing from 50 to i,000
bushels per hour; built of Iron, and warranted to
shell clean in any condition of grain, and clean the
corn in superior condition for the Mill or Market.
;

Over 500 in Daily Use. Portable
Burr Mills, Farm Mills, &c.

Engines, Small

RICHARDS’ IRON WORKS,
190 «fc 192 WASHINGTON STREET,

Chicago, I11,C*


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