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A WEEKLY

NEWSPAPER,

REPRESENTING THE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL INTERESTS
OF THE UNITED STATES.

VOL. 8.

NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 13, 1869.

Bankers and Brokers.

Bankers and Brokers.

CitizensBankop Louisiana
Capital anil Reserved Fund
AGENCY,

A. D.

$2,500,000,

Draw on
London Joint Stock Bank,
Marcuavd, Andre & Co,
Baring, Brothers & Co,
Fould & Co,

London,
Paris,
suiting buyers of St erling or Fnines.

In sums to points

3% Broad Street, New York.

Bills

Solicit accounts from MERCHANTS,
BANKERS and
others, and allow interest ou daily balances, subject

to

Sight Draft.
Make collection*

on

favoradle term*,

promptly execute orders for

the

Federal,

Securities.

purchase

and

on

or

sale

RANKERS.

56 WALL AND 59 PINE STREETS.

MO. 4 WALL STREET

,

BANKERS

AND

RROKFKS.

STOCKS, BONDS, GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
bought and sold on commission.
Interest Alloned on Balance*.

Advance
Cons

Thomas Denny &
HANKERS AND

State, City, and Railway Bonds.

Letters of Credit to Travellers Iu
on

Receive
Money on Deposit, with

allowed

on

Our

Annual Financial

Circular

allowance

of four per

&

Cammack,

BANKERS,
34 BROAD STREET.

Slocks, Slate Bonds. Gold
Securities,
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON

J. M.

Weitii,

AOENTS

RARING

15

NEW

AND

70

BROADWAY
->

Particular

Attention paiJ to invest"
ments in Southern State Bonds.

Lounsbery & Fanshawe,
BANKERS AND

NO.

8

WALL

Government
FOR TRAV¬

ELLERS.
Sterling Exchange at Sight and Sixty Days
ALEX. S. PETRIE Sc

SECURITIES,

Loams Negotiated.

and Federal

COMMISSION.

CREDIT

STREET

BROKERS

STREET,

N E W

YORK

Gold and

NATIONAL
Life Insurance

WILLIAM 8. FANSHAW*

upon

Hatch, Foote & Co.,

UNITED STATES OF

WASHINGTON,

Williams&Guion,
Street, New

Day & Morse,
BANKERS

AND

BROKERS,

Stocks, Bonds, Gold and Government
Securities, Bought and sold

Commission.
Interest allowed on deposits of Gold
subject to draft.
on

Alrkvt F. Day.

Frank

and

Currency

Horace: J. Mohs*.

&

Cans,

BANKERS AND DEALERS IN U. S

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.
No. 14 WALL STREET

u.

*1,000.000

FULL.

Branch Office

FIRST NATIONAL

:

BANK BUILDING.

PHILADELPHIA.

m

•ener

l

correspond-

nee

snouiu

dressed.

De

aa

Officer*:

CLVKENCE H. CLARK, President.
cooKE, Chairman Finance and Executive Com
mittee.
HENiil' D. COOKE, Vice-President.
EMERSON W. UKLf,
Secretary and

uAY

Actuary.

This

Company, National

reason ot its

in its

character, offers, by

Large Capital, Low Kates of
Tables, the most desirable means Premium
of Insur¬
ing Life yet presented to the public.
and New

JAY COOKE & CO., 216
Broadway, New York.
General Agents for New York
state and Northern
New Jersey

Managers

:
D. C.

J. U. ORVIS.

WHITMAN.

THE

National

TrustCompany

OF THE CITY OF NEW

'

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES,
GOLD, &e.
No. 12 WALL STREET.

LATE

Sc

Merchants,

Warpen Kidder &

Co.,

NO. 4 WALL STREET, MEW YORK.
Orders for Stocks Bonds aud Gold
promptly exe¬
cuted. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST
ALLOWED
qa deposits .subject to check at sight.

pilD

MILLION

IN

DOLLARS.

CHARTERED BY THU
STATE.
Darius R. Mangam, Pres.

Jambs

Mbbbbll,

Sec

RECEIVES DEPOSITS AND
ALLOWS

PER

CO.,

NO. 44 BROAD
STREET, NEW YORK.
Government Securities,
Stocks, Bonds and Gold
bought aud sold on the most liberal terms. Merchants
Bankers and others allowed 4
per ceiR ou deposits.
The most liberal advances made on
Cotton, Tobaceo,
&c„ consigned to ourselves or to our correspondents,
M ssrs. K. GILLIAT &
CO., Liverpool

BANKERS,

:CAPITAL
ONE

FOUR

WILSON, CALLAWAY
Bankers and Commission

Co.,

YORK,

NO. 836 BROADW YY.

AND DEALERS IN

R. T. Wilson &

NO. 16 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.

AMERICA.

D C

Chartered by Special Act oZ
Congre
CASH

BANKERS

York.

Company

OF the

Foreign Exchange.

Orders for Stocks, Bonds, and
Merchandise, executed
in London by cable or mail.

71 Wall

STREET, BOSTON.

Securities,

RIOUAKD P. LOUNSBEKY.

CO., London.

STREET, NEW YORK,

28 STATE

Geo. Akents

Late Ragland, Weith &
Co.,
DEALERS IN SOUTHERN AND MIS¬
CELLANEOUS

Ward,

FOR

BROTHERS Sc COMPANY.

56 WALL

for

J. M. Weith & Co.,

NOS.

exceeding $1,000.

CAPITaT,
PAID IN

WALL STREET.

1868

Addison Camm.uk

LETTERS OF

Co.,

BROKERS,

Is now r^ady, and will be forwarded free of
charge t
parties desiring to make investments
through ns.

C. J. Osborn.




balances

S. G. & C. C.

To which all

an
per annum.

Osborn

NO. 39

Europe.

ments of Cotton.

cent interest

UNION BANK OF LONDON.
Deposits in Gold and Currency received and inte¬
rest

Hedden,Wincbester&Co

0

laaue

Established 1820.
Orders in Stocks. Bonds, Gold aud Government
Se¬
curities promptly filled at usual rates.
Foreign Ex¬
change negotiated. Draw Bil's on the

CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT FOR TRAVEL
LERS IN ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.

Ballroiid

James Robb, King & Co.,
United States,

STREET, NEW YORK.

Pari* and the Union Hank of

and GOLD

Negotiate

51 WALL

London.

SECURITIES,

State,

BANKERS,

NO. 94 Blm.*lYWAY A No. 6 WALL trrrtEET.

DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT AND
OTHER SECURITIES.
Interest allowed upon deposits of Gold and
Currency,
subject to Check at Bight. Gold loaned to Merchants
and Bankers upon favorable terms.

Chas. H. Ward.

Ward & Co.,

No. 12 Rue de la Paix,
Paris.
70 State Street, Boston,
11) William Street, New York

Buy and Soil at Market Rates
ALL UNITED STATES

Gold,

Co.,

Wh. G. Ward.

to

BANKERS AND BROKERS

and
ot

Lockwood &

Bowles Brothers & Co.,
Fisher & Co.,
[Successors
Bowles, Dkkvrt & Co.]

Taussig,
No

Bankers and Brokers.
Henry II. Ward.

RANKERS,

Selleck, 37 Pine St, N.Y.

NO. 190.

ON

SUBJECT

CENT

INTEREST,

DAILY

TO

BALANCES
CHECK AT

SPECIAL DEPOSIT for Six Months
be made at five per cent.

SIGHT.

or more, may

The Capital of ONE MILLION
DOLLARS Is Invest¬
ed entirely in Government
Securities, and Is divided
among oyer 500 Shareholders,
comprising many gen¬
tlemen oflarge wealth and financial
experience, who
are also personally liable to
depositors for all obliga¬
tions of the Company to doable the
amount of their
capital stock. As THE NATIONAL TRUST COM¬
PANY receives deposits In large or small
amounts,
and permits them to be drawn as a
whole or In nart
by CHECK AT SIGHT and WITHOUT
NOTICE, al¬
lowing interest on all dailt balahc*4, parties can
keep accoants la this Institution with special advan¬

tages of security, convenience and promt.

Insurance.

R IT! S I1

Mercantile .insurance Co Sun

Mutual

OF

AND

$! 1,04 1,035 31

IN GOLD.
NO,

WHITE, Assistant Manager.

CO.,

fNSIJIt ANCE

OF HARTFORD,

CONN.

Capital and Mirplu* $1,400,000.'
H- Kellogg, Proa

Scc’y*

promptly adjusted by tbe Agents here, and paid
iii current money.
WHITE ALI.VN A CO., Audits,

Losses

NO. T.0 WILL 1AM STREET.

V,
July 1st, 18«;7.

capital
Surplus.

...

Gross Assets
Tot a iLiabllltlcs

.

luiand Risks

Capital
Surplus
CitMli

........

$ ioo.ooo
206,63

Total Premiums

$851,980 38
70

Mark* d oil'as earned during t he year 1^63.$636,574
Return Premiums < uring jear.$ <6,815 63
I cs-cs
incurred during the

(including

yo?r

Company, oral, Its various Agencies in the principal
the United States.
.JAMES W. OTIS. President.
R. W. BLEECKKR, Vice Pres
F 11. Carter, Secretary.
I Oki swold, General Agent.

^Etna
Insurance

INCORPORATED

In tlic

City oi

The

COMPANY,

7T

$2,300,000

f7?“Ne.w and

Important plans ol Life Insurance have
adopted by this Company. See new Prospectus.

been
Profits available after
and annually thereafter.

policies have

run one year

NO.

Germania Fire Insurance
COM PAN V.

Oflice, No, 175 Stroadwa
BRANCH

Cash

OFFICES

:

Capital..

FIRE AND

Company

on

Liabilities

45,000 00
Issued

Payable

in

Gold,

Desired.

II

RUDOLPH CAltPICUC, President,
JOHN KDW KAIIL, Vice-1‘reside lit.
IIHGO SCHUMANN, Secretary.

Hope Fire Insurance
COMPANY,
OFFICE NO. 92

BROADWAY.

Cash Capital
Net

$150,000

Assets, Dec. 1S6S

223,282

The

advantages offered hy this Company are fully
EQUAL TO any now ollered l»y other relialde compa¬
nies, comprising a liberal commission to brokers,
placing entire lines of Insurance, with its customary
rebate, to assured ami prompt settlement of losses.

Payable in GOLD when Desired.

IAL A.

the 31st Dec.,

ALEXANDER, Agent.

Mercantile

$310,400 00
154,600 00
11,752 00
26,000 00

INSURANCE

Premium Notes and Bills Receivable not
matur' d
151,074 01

Subscription Not-s./.

'Fo al a-9°ts remaining will) the
on ! i,e 31st Decemuo , 1868

WALL

NO. 35

62,202 62
$605,014 62

Cash Preni'ums in course of collection
and accrued iutere.-t on Loans and
Stocks

111,166 35

Company
$1,031,167 17

year,

1,500,000

This Company takes Marine and Inland Navigation
Risks on Merchandise, Freight and Hulls of Vessels.
On the payment of Premiums a Rebate or Discount
on the current rates B made in cash, as an equivalent
for the Scrip Dividends of a Mutual Company. The
amount of such Rebate neing fixed according to the
character of the business, glvos to dealers a more just

apportionment of profits than by the mutual system ;
being madk in cash, on payment of the Pre¬
miums, Is more than equivalent to the casu value
ol the average Scrip Dividends of Mutual Companies.
Policies issued, making loss Buyable In Gold in this
City, or m Sterling at the Otllee ol'the Company’s
Bankers In Liverpool, if desired.
and

TRUSTEES
James Freeland,
Samuel Willets,
Robert L. Taylor,
William T. Frost.
V llliam Waft,
Cornelius Grinnell,
James I). Fish,
Eilwood Walter,
D. Golden Murray,

Risks.
In

view

of the

foregoing result the Beard of
day.

ResolV'd, That

PROFIT DIVIDEND OF FOUR

a

Cash, be paid to the Stockholders on
demand, free of Government Tax, in addition to
the Interest Dividend ol

Seven per

participation

:

Geo. W.Hennings,
A. Foster Diggings,
Francis Hathaway,
Aaron L. Reid,

Henry Eyre,
Joseph Slagg,
Edward Merritt,
Daniel T. Willets,
L. Edgerton,
Henry R. Kunhardt,
John S. Williams,
Charles Dimon,
Paul N. Spolford,

Bryce Gray,
N. L. McCready,
William Nelson,
Harold Dollner,

Cent, paid in

July and January.
AIs\ That a SCRIP DIVIDEND OF TWENTY
PER CENT, free of Government Tax, 1)3 declared on
the net, earned premiums entitle 1 to

Y,

$1,000,OHO

Asset*

by the Comp my
except in comic* tion with Marine

Trip-tees have this

C O M P A N

STREET, NEW YORK.

CapI al

No Fire Risks have been taken

dining the

Mutual

(MARINE)

$505,000 00
City Bonds and other S ock
Bonds and Mottgag* s
Cash on depot it, and loans on
drum d, secured by Bonds

PER CRN r, in

The

INLAND INSURANCE.

:

$500,000 00
EiO.laO 02

Assets, duly t, 1868
IN Ii< ie*

follows

$5,150,931 71
289,553 98

1, 1869

Liabilities

21,168 25
Sundry Salvage, Rein lira nee and other
c aims due the company, < stimated at
138,M3 04

.

Bowery, New York.
377 Fulton Street, ISrooklyn

No.

s

WALL ^STREILT.

62

Asaet* Jail.

and Stocks

JOHN EADIE, President.
Nicholas DeGroot. Secret ary.

No. 357

were

U. S. 5-0 bonds.
U. S. 10 40 bonds

New York.

NO. 40 WALL STREET.

ASSETS

fS^RTS of iho

1868,

$3,000,000'

NEW YORK AGENCY

$403,057 44

States

1819.

CASH CAPITAL

estimates

for all disastc s roported):
(Hi Marine Risks..$314,204 00
On lnlai d Risks... °
2,118 43

Company,

HARTFORD/

OF

Policies Issued

INS(J1SAN< E

Surplus, July 1st,

cities in

Expenses, Reinsurances, Tax¬
es,
Commissioi s. Abate¬
ments iu 1.on of Scrip, &c.. 100,728 30

Rkmrhn Lawk. Secretary.

United

245,011 93

Capital and

030,388 81

316,413 42

$606,631
50,111

....

IJF.N.L 8. WALCOTT. PresI

LIFE

$500,000 00

Insures Pr operty against Loss or Damage by Fire at
lie usual rates.
Policies issued and Losses paid at the office of the

14,707 07

,

No. 45 WALL STREET.
Cash

On

—

.

Hanover Fire Insurance
COM PAN

January 28, ISO).
ini? statement of the «flairs of t hi ft
Company on the 31st of December, ISOS, is publish¬
ed in conformity with the requirements ol the lOlli
Section of the Art of its incorporation :
Premiums on Unexpired Risks,
Dec.
31,1*07....'
$2*23,501 M
Premiums received during the year end¬
ing December 31, 1808:
On Marire links.....
$021,080 87
The follow

Gko. L. Chask, Prcs’t

FUSE

D. W. C. Shilton,

$1,031,107 17

Nkw York.

HARTFORD, CONN.

Scc’y.

PIIOENIX

Capital paid up

TFORD

Capital and Surplus $2,000,GOO.
Oeo. M. Coit,

$509,000 OO
Surplus* 1 Ht dan., 1 809— 531,107 17
Cants

1868, $745,911 93.

INSURANCE COMPANY
OF

INCORPORATED 1823.

STREET.

YV A L L

52

Total Awels,...,

HAR

Co.,

BROADWAY,
COOPER INSTITUTE, THIRt>

114

Casli

STKEET, NEW YORK.

Fire

AVENUE.

Incorporal ed JVTay 22, 1811.

| Associate Managers

FUSE

OFFICE

BRANCH OFFICE 9

COMPANY#

UNITED STATES BRANCH OFFICE,

CHAS. E.

American

Insurance

Insurance
,

EDINBURGH.

INSURANCE.

AND ACCUMULATED FUNDS

LAID CP CAPITAL

50 \V 6 L LIAM

North

OFFICE OF TI1E

AND

LONDON-

r

FIRE

MARINE INSURANCE,

B

ORTH

13,1869.

Insurance.

Insurance.

TUB

N

[February

THE CHRONICLE.

] 1)1

Jr.,
Jos.

Willets.
ELI,WOOD WALTER, President.
ARCH. G.

MONTGOMERY, Jr., Vice-Pfes.
W. BEGEM AN, 2d Vioe-Pres.

A l ANSON

C. J.

Dkspakd, Secretary.

for the year

1868, for which Certifica cs may V»e is¬
day of April rex!.
By order of the Boa d,

sued

on

ami alter the 1st;

ISAAC H.

Sun Mutual Insurance
COMPANY,

WALKER, Secretary.

(INSURANCE BUILDINGS)
49 WALL STREET.
"

T R II S T E E S

Bonul of Director*

Henry M. Taber
Tlio. W, Riley,
S. Cambreleng,
.Joseeh Foul

Henry S. Levcrich
Robert Schell,
Win. II. Terry.

lie,

Joseph Grafton,

Cyrus H. Loutrel,

Amos Robbins,
Jno. W. Merseivau
D. I. Eigenhrodt.
William Remsen,

Jacob

Reese,
L. B. Ward,
J). Lydig Suydaiu,
Fred. Sehuehardt,
James E.

:

Stephen Hyatt.
JACOB REESE, President.

Moore, Secretary.

Queen Fire Insurance Co
OF LIVERPOOL

AND

Authorized Capital
Subscribed Capital

Paid up Capital

and

Surplus

LONDON.
£2,000,000 Sta,
1,893 226
$1.432 810

Special Fund of $200 000
Depositealn the Insurance Department at Albany.
IJjwtbo Status Branch, No* 117 Bkoajoway, N. Y.
WiLLU* H« Ross, GEORGE AD5LARD, ManagerSecretary. ♦
~




Moses II

Wm.

:

Grinnell,
John P. Paulison,
John E. Devlin,
Louis neBobian,
William H. Maey,

Thomas J. Slaughter,
Joseph Gaillard, Jr.,
Alex. M. Lawrence,

Fred. G. Foster

Elliot C.

Richardson T.

Wilson,

John II.

Maey,
Henry Forster Hitch,
Elias Ponvert,
Simon De Visser,
Wm. R. Preston,
Isaac A. Crane,
A. Yznaga del Valle,
John S Wright,
Wm. Von

Satbg,
PUU4P Hater,

liaac Bell.

Cowrdin,
Percy R. Pyne,
Samuel M. Fox,
Joseph V. Onativia,
Edward S. Jail ray,
William Oothout,

Ernest

Capital and Assets,

MOSES H. GRINNELL, President.
JOHN P. PAULISON Vice-President.
Isaac H. Walker, Secretary.

Chauncoy,

AGENCY OF TBE BANK OF BRITISH
NORTH

George L. Klngsland,
NO.

James, F. Pennlmau,
Frederic

Sturges,

Anson G. P. Stokes.

PAULISON, Vice-President,

„

ISAAC H. WALKER, Secretary.

$1,614,540 78°

This Company having recently added to its prevlou
assets a paid up cash capital of $500,000, and subscrip
lion notes in advance of premiums of $300,000, continue
to issue policies of insurance against Marine and In
and Navigation Risks. No Fire Risks disconnected
rom Marine taken by the Company.
Dealers are en
tied to participate in the profits.

Caylus,

Frederick

M09*B H. fRINNELL, President.
JOHN P,

Incorporated 1841.

Tool,

17

AMERICA.

NASSAU

STREET

Bills of Exchange bought and sold. Drafts for £
and upwards issued on Scotland and Ireland, payable
on

demand.

Draft# grant

the Dominion of
Francisco.

fd on and bills collected in
Canada, British Columbia and San

WALTER WATSON,
)
CLARENCE M. MYLREA,)

ARCHD. MoKINLAY,

$

Agents.

February 13, 18G9.]

THE CHRONICLE
Financial.

Financial.

Vermilye

195

&

Financial.

Go.,

Swan

RANKERS.
No. 16 Nassau

Keep constantly

on

hand for immediate delivery all

STATES

STOCKS

INCLUDING

6 Per Cent Bonds of 1881,
6 Per Cent 6-20 Bonds of 1862,
6
“
“
1864,
6
“
»*
1865,
Per Cent 10-40 Bonds,
f 8-10 Per Cent
Treasury Notes, 1st,
Per Cent
Currency Certificates.

5 0 WALL
Dealors in U.S. Bonds and Members of Stock and Gold

Exchanges in botli Cities.
Receive Accounts of Banks and Bankors

AND OTHER

Interest Notes of 1 864 &
Bougit« and Sold.

VERMILY^*

BANKERS,

At

Sight

STREET, XiuW YORK.

Dealers In Rills of Exchange, Govei v.ments, Bonds*
Stocks. Gold, Commercial Paper, anil ^11 Negotiable
Interest allowed on Deposits subject ia
Check.
Advances made on approved securities.

and Let¬

parts of Great Britain and Ireland.
Credits on W, TAPSCOTT &
CO., Liverpool. Ad
vances made on
consignments. Orders for Govern
merit Stocks, Bonds and Merchandize)
executed.

Duncan, Sherman & Co.,
B A N K E R S,
CORNER OF PINK AND NASSAU
STS.,
ISSUE

AND

BANKERS.

States, available in all the principal cities of the
world; also,
COMMERCIAL

CREDITS,

For use in Europe, cast of the
Cape of Good Hop
West Indies, South America, and the United State

LETTERS OF CREDIT

FOR TRAV¬

LONDON,

towns and cities of
Europe and the East.

Sale of Stooks and Bonds In London and New York.

Charles E. Mllnor.

Lkvi P. Morton.

Clews

No. 32 Wall

•

&

Co.,

Street, New York.

Four per cent Interest

allowed on all daily balance<

of Currency or Coin.

keeping accounts with

us may

Collections made everywhere promptly.
United States Securities and Gold bought and sold

ANKERS.

AND

a

STREET, NEW YORK.
Also Commercial Credits.

LETTERS OF CRFOIT FOR TRAV¬
ELLERS.

Government and oilier Securities

Exchange on

usua

Interest Allowed on Deposits.
Draw Ulllson

Tlty Hank of London.

Winslow, Lanier 5c Co.,
BANKERS,
27

PINE

1.1866

Wm.

Geo. Opdyke &
NO.

NASSAU

25

)EI’OSITS received from Individuals. Firms, Banks,
Bankers and Corporations, subject to check at
sight, and interest allowed at the rate of Four per

.

.

Government Securities, Stocks, Gold and Specie
Southern Securities and Bank Notes; Central and
Union Pacific Railroad Sixes; State, City, Town,

Central

,

NFORMATION furnished, and purchases or ex¬
changes of Securities made lor Investors.
IEGdTIATIONS ol' Loans, and Foreign Exchange
etfected.

Drexel,Winthrop& Co,

Capital

RANKERS AND

Commercial and Traveller*’ Credit*
Available In all the principal Cities of Europe.
EXCHANGE

descriptions of Government BondsCity and County accounts received on terms most fa
vorable to onr Correspondents.
Collections made in all parts of the United Statos

12 PINE

sought and sold on

ON

WILLIAM A. WIIEEiJ'CK, President
Willtam II. Sanford, Cashier.

The Tradesmens
NATIONAL
291

CAPITAL

SURPLUS

Bonds and Loans

J°Biron

for Railroad Cos.,

Government Securities

Cars,etc.

*

THE

$6,000,000, Gold.

Capital

Steel Rails, Locomotives,

HibtSliieB* connected wUli Rail ways




OF

BANK OF CANADA.

on
•

Cashier.

Bank r*
NO. 50
U S
visions

England.

sale by

C. ASHWORTH*

7 New Street.

&

and Commission Merchants,
BROAD STREET, NEW

YORK,

Bonds, Coin, Stocks, Grain, Flour, and Pro¬
Bought and Sold on Commission only.

Liberal advances on consignments.
tention given to collections. Four per
aRowed on deposits.
L

Vice-Pres.'lst Nat.

Particular at¬

cent, interest

Bank Decatur, Ill.

BRprefb*of'the Open Board Stock Brokers, N.Y.

THE

Joint Stock Bank, London,

Freese

Brownell,

President. JACKSON BAE, Cashier
ON

or

$1,000,0
470,00
RICHARD BERRY, President.

Mansfield,

Commission.

Sterling Bills
H ALLAN,

BANK*
BROADWAY, NEW YORK.

ANTHONY HALSEY

PARIS

made at current rates.
Interest at four per cent per annum allowed on de-

RCHANTS’

STREET,

^

an

Sight at Sixty Days.

Stock*. Rond*,

MERCHANTS,

$3,000,000

Has for sale all

STREET.

NO. IS WALL

Jesup & Company,

Bank,

Canadas.

and Gold

STREET, NEW YORK.

National
318 BROADWAY.

..

accounted for,
>EDICES promptly executed, for the purchase and
sale ol‘ Gold ; also, Government and other Securi¬

At

BROKERS,

STREET, NEW YORK.

County and Corporation Bonds ; Insurance, Manut'uc
luring and Bank Slocks, BOUGHT AND SOL*D-

STREET,

(Corner of Cedar street.)

^

.

AND

NO. 11 WALL

Co.,

,

Utley & Geo.
Dougherty,

(ANKERS

Advances

M. K.

R.

W.

bank

George Opdyke.
Wm. A. Stephens
G. Francis Opdyke.

ties, on commission.

Issue Ciicular Letters of Credit for Travellers in all

Commission.

JAY COOKE & CO.
March

cent per

SCRIBE, PARIS,

purchase

Issues; to orders for purchase and sale of stocks,
and gold, and to all business oi National Banks

State, City and other Corporate Loans negotiated.
Our business conducted the same as that of

John Munroe & Co.,

Bought and sold at the Stock

give particular attention to the

Certificates of Deposit issued bearing interest
market rates.

fixed dates.

parts of Europe, etc., etc.

all

deposit

draw without uotice. the same as with City Banks.

JOLLECTIONS made on all accessible points in the
United States, Canada and Europe.
Dividends
and Coupons also collected, and all most promptly

NO. 8 WALL

We shall

bonds

antfum.
JERTIK1CATES OF DEPOSIT issued, bearing Four
per cent Interest, payable on demand, or after

IS

House, and Mr. Pitt Cooke, of Sandusky, Ohio, will
partners.

be resident

sale, and exchange of government securities o

54 William Street.

NO. 7 RUE

Dodge, late of Clark, Dodge & Co.

New York, Mr. H. C. Fahnestock, of our Washington

BANKING HOUSE OF

Henry

In connection with our houses In Philadelphia and
Washington we have this day opened an otllce at No,
1 Nassau, corner of Wall Street, In this city.

BANKING HOUSE OF

James G. King’s Sons,

Street,

Opposite Treas. Department,

Mr. Ebward

Walter II. Borns.

STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
AT THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.

AMERICAN

Fifteenth

Street,
Philadelphia.

Washington.
Telegraphic orders executed fir the Purchase and

ELLERS.
EXCHANGE ON LONDON AND PARIS.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON EDINBURGH & GLASGOW

Sts.,
New York.

No. 114 Soutli 3d

OF

FOR SALE.

CU. O. FAHNESTOCK
< HD WARD DODGE,
(PITT COOKE.

Jay Cooke & Co.,

TUK

BANK

UNION

Persons

CIRCULAR NOTES AND CIRCULAR LETTERS
OF CREDIT,
For the use of Travelers abroad and in the United

OOOKR,
I
WM. G.
MOORI1KAD, >
II. D. COOKE,
)

(58 Old Broad Stroet, London.)

Tapscott, Bros. & Co.
Sight Drafts and Exchange payable in all

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

JAY

Available in all the principal

Issue

COMMERCE,)

Corner Wall and Nassau

Sight Dral

BROADWAY, NEW Y(iWK

BROKERS,

EXCHANGE PLACE. (OPPOSITE CHAMBER OF

>

EXCHANGE,

or Sixty Days; also, Circular Notes
ters of Credit for Travellers’Use on

Swan & Payson
New York.

GOLD DRAFTS ON NEW YORK

L. P. MORTON, BURNS Sc CO.,

Special facilities for negotiating Commercial Paper.
Collect’4>ns both inland and foreign promptly made.
Foreign and Dome Rio Loans Negotiated.

80 SOUTH STREET & 23

Deurskn,
Chicago.

Buy and sell STOCKS, GOVERNMENT SECURI¬
TIES and GOLD, on Margins—-or for investors at
NEW YORK RATES.

Securities.
or

W. P. Van

Co.,

STREET, NEW YORK.

STERLING

YORK.

OTIS D. SWAN. GEO. P.
PAYSON, ol the New
York Stock Exchange. WM. S.
ALEXANDER, Jr.

111

BANKERS,

Co.,

STREET, NEW

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS, BONDS and
GOLD, Bought and Sold on Commission.

W.P.VanDeursen &Co.,
BANKERS and

throughout Europe.

Bliss &

Morton,
30 BROAD

No. 53 WILLIAM

CO., Paris.

PRINCIPAL CITIES ;

And Letters of Credit available

CO.

SOUTTER &

SON, London.

it.METZLER 8 SOHN Sc CO.Frankfort
JAMES W. TUCKER &

LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON GOVERN
MENT STOCKS TU RANKS AND BANKERS.
1865

liberal

ISSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON

C. J. HAMBllO &

/lew York State 7 i>yt cent. Bounty Loan.

Compound

on

terms.

2d, & 8d series

Payson,

BANKERS AND BROKERS.

Street, New York,

issues of

UNITER

&

M.

^^^^i^ion^iAerchants,

FREESE & COMPANY,
Bankers, Bement, Ill.

Chicago, III.

i

[February 13, 1869.

THE CHRONICLE.

196

Western Bankers.

Boston Bankers.

Bankers and Brokers.

Page, Richardson 8c Co., Gilmore, Dunlap 8c Co.,
BANKERS,
TO State

Bills of Exchange, and Commercial
Credits issued ou

The Citr

108

Street, Boston.

Bunk,

Robert Benson Sc

and Travelers

{-LONDON.

Dealers in

Co.,)
)

Buy and Sell Exchange on all tlie principal
of tlie United States and Canadas. Also

GOLD, SILVER and all kinds ol

Drafts

GOVERNMENT BONDS.

VfARIS

AND

MarcuarJ, Andre

points and remitted for

Dupee, Beck 8c Sayles,

at all

CHECKS

ON

New

FOR HALE

This

Co.,

8c

The Trustees submit the following statement
affairs of the Company in conformity with
quirements of tlie Charter :

S. It. Bonewitz, Cashier

President.

COMMERCIAL RANK

THE

Premiums received since

Street, Boston,

Wooster, Ohio.

AGENTS FOR

A U GU STINE

HEARD

OF CHINA AND

Advances_made

on

Sc

CO.

JAPAN.

consignments of approved mer
chandize.

Total

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange, Gold
and S'lver Coin and Government Securities.
Collections promptly made on all accessible points

No

G. D. IIarter.

313

Oberge,

Losses and Expenses
Return Premiums

.

(ESTABLISHED

BELL AUSTIN.

CHAS. H. OBERGE

THE

COMMERCIAL

PAYMENT, BY THE

UnionBanking Company
N.E. Cor. 4th A Chestnut

Sts.,

PHILADELPHIA.
N. C.

MUSSELMAN, President.
E. 1?. MOODY, Cashier.
All other Banking Business in Philadelphia in
trusted to us will receive our prompt attention.

$651,331 20
84,228 96
Re-insurance. Accrued Interest
and other Claims due the Company
25,417 11
Insurance Scrip and Sundry Notes at esti¬
mated value
24,916 25

Salvage,

Merchant**.

NOTES, DRAFTS, AC., AC.

of

BANK

SIX PER CENT Interest, on the outstanding Certi¬
ficates of Profit will be paid ou and alter Tuesday,
tho 9th day of February, 1809.

Chicago.

FORTY PER CENT DIVIDEND, and the United
States Tax, is declared on the net earned premiums
entitled thereto, for the year ending 31st December.

$500,000

—

H. F. Eamhs, President.
Wm. II. Ferry, Vie.e-Pres.
M. D. Buchanan, Cashier. Geo. L. Otis, Assist. Cash

1868, lor winch certificates may be Issued on and alter
the 1st day ol May next.
THE OUTSTANDING CERTIFICATES OF PROF¬
ITS of the issue of 1859, and FIFTY PER CENTot
the issue of 1860, will be redeemed and paid to the
holders thereof, or their legal representatives, on and
after Tuesday, the 9th day of February next, from
which date all interest thereon will ceaHe.
The Cer¬
tificates to be presented at the time ol payment and
cancelled to that extent.

DIRECTORS.
F.

Fames—Director

of National

Ottawa, Ill.

City Bank ol

Wm. H. Ferry—Director of First National Bank ol
Utica, N. Yand Chicago & Northwestern Rli. Co.
Albert Keep—Director of Michigan Southern and
N orthern Indiana KK. Co. and oi
Henry and Albert

Keep.

Southern Bankers.

Washington.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WASH

INGToN.

w\P'oC9.°AliC0f

Cooke & Co.,) President.
HUNTINGTON, Cashier.

WM. S.

Government Depository and Financial
Agent of the United States.
We buy and Sell all classes of
Government Securities
of the most favorable
tlon to

terms, and give especial atten

Business connected with the several
Department of tho Government.
Full Information with regard to Government Loans

at all times cheerfully furnished.

EOS’T

H. MAUBY.

JA8. L. MAURY.

BANKERS &

1014 MAIN ST.

Sterling

BROKERS,

8tate, City and Railroad Bonds

nought

BROOKE

Co.,

and

Bant Notes,
Stocks, &c.,

ana sold on commission.
tr Deposits received and Collections made on all
accessible points In the United States.
N. Y. Correspondent, VERMILYE * CO.

J. L. Levy 8c Salomon,

STOCK BROKERS AND EXCHANGE

DEALERS,

ST., N. ORLEANS.

General Partners.- J. L. Lett ; E.
Salomon, formerly

of E. J. Hart &Co.
Partners In Commendum.—E. J. Habt
mon, of New York.

_

^

Collections made

on all

;

David Salo¬

points.

Western Bankers.
P. Hayden.

Jos.

Hutcheson.

W. B. Hayden.

Hayden, Hutcheson 8cCo
NO.

13

BANKERS,
S.

HIGH

STREET

COLUMBUS, OHIO,

Do
_




General

OF

By order of the Board.
W. P.

Stewart Brown,

Francis Sklady,
Lloyd Aspinwall,
E.P. Fabbri,
Charles Lamson,
JOHN lh LYELL, President.
THEO. B. BLEKCKER, Jr., Vice-President.

For the convenience of its customers this Company
have made arrangements to issue policies and certin-

$100,000

payable in London at the Banking Housed
DENNISTOUN, CROSS & CO.

Messrs.

Isaao Freese. Pres.
J. L. Mansfield, Vice-Pres
f. W. Freese, Cashier.
on

J. L. Brownell 8t Bro.,

all accessi¬

RANKERS Sc

Freese 8c

STREET, NEW YORK,
Stocks, Bouds. Government Securities and Gold
Bought and Sold exclusively on commission.
Accounts of Banks, Bankets and Individuals receiv¬

Company,

ed

on favorable terms.
Kkfebknces"
J. n. Fonda, Pres. National Mech. Banking Ass., N
C. B. Blair, Pres. Merchants’ Nat. Bank Chicago.

Bemcht, (Ill.,
A Regular Banking and Exchange business transac¬
ted.
u. S. Bonds and Coin bought and sold.
Capi¬
talists can make desirable Real Estate Investments

I.

our

House. Correspondence solicited.

M.

Freese 8c

COMMISSION

BANKERS,

Co.,

EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORK*
Government Securities, Stocks, Bonds
and Gold
boughf and sold, ONLY on Commission, at the Stock,
Mining Stock and Gold Boards, of which we are mem¬

MERCHANTS,

Advances made on Consignments. Eastern orders
for all Western products solicited.
Prompt and care¬
ful attention given.

OF

OF

THE

STATE

MISSOURI.

bers.
I merest allowed on
*

Deposits.
Dividends,Coupons ana Interest collected.
advances on Government and other Securltie
Liberal
Informatloncheerfully given to Professional mer
Executors etc., desiring to invest.
Uefer by permission to
Oo

\ "VjlSSS&S&Sl

in St. Louis.

Rider 8c

ESTABLISHED 1837.

Capital paid In

73

$3,410,300

This Bank, having reorganized as a National
Bank,
1b now prepared to do a
general banking business.
Government Securities, Coin, Gold Dust and Bullion
bought and sold at currant rates.
Special attention

ameb H. Britton, throughout K.
Banking, Collection, and Exchange Siven to collections Pres. Chas.the west, V-Pres.
Dickson.
Edward P.

Curtis, Cashierxi

Yt

Gibson, Beadleston8cCos,

Chicago, III.,

NATIONAL BANK

BROKERS,

28 BROAD

RANKERS,

through

Henry Oelricbs,
James R. Smith,
George Mosle,
Gustave H. Kissel,
Gerhard Janssen.
William Paxson,
John H. Earle,

E. V. TUebaud
Francis Hathaway,

DECATUR, ILL.

ble points in the Northwest.

:

Edward Kaupe,

Stephen Johnson,
Arthur Leary,
Henry Meyer,
Edward H. R. Lyman,
George Moke,

Bank,

Capital

HANSFORD, Secretary.

TRUSTEES

caies

RICHMOND, VA.

Exchange, Gold and Silver,

2S CARONDELET

National

Prompt attention given to collections

BOB’t

R. H. Maury 8c
o.

Alfred Cowles—Secret ary and Treasurer and Director
of Chicago Tribu ne Co.
P. R. Westfall, of Merchants, Farmers and Mechanics
Savings Bauk.
Henry W. King, of Henry W. King & Co.
N. O. Williams, of Fitch, Williams & (Jo.
H. Z. Culver, of Culver, Page & Co.
Henry H. Taylor, Farm Machinery Warehouse.
E. F. Pulsifer, ol E. F. Pulsiler <fc Co.
Wm. H. Kretsinger, lumber merchant.
S. W. Ransom, manufacturer of boots and shoes.
Bacon Wheeler (retired).

First

$788,923 52

Total

NATIONAL

Capital

H.

92,000 00

gagess

Premium Notes and Bills Receivable....—

ItaukN, Hankers and

Philadelphia
COLLECTED AND REMITTED FOR ON DAY OF

18 5 4.)

Special Attention given to tlie rollerHon* of

19,38a 35

following Assets :
*37,461 80
292,862 50
Bank, City and other Stocks
203,452 29
Loans on Stocks,and Cash due the
Company......
28,551 70
Real
Estate, bonds and niort-

M. D. IIakter

CANTON, OHIO.

PHILADELPHIA.
Commission Stock Brokers.

^$280^918 '4

1151,919 03

The Company h ive the
Cash in Banks
United States Stocks

Isaac Harter 8c Sons,

WALNUT STREET,

been issued upon Life

Earned Premiums to January 1,18G9

BANKING HOUSE OF

8c

have

ed with Marine Risks.

New York Correspondents.
National Park Bank,
Henry Clews & Co., Bankers
Nat. Broadway Bank.
Kidd, Pie'ce & Co., Bankers

Isaac Harter.

Policies

.f354,813 45

Risks, nor upon Fire Risks, disconnect¬

Importers & Traders National Bank.

Philadelphia Bankers.

Austin

of the

the re¬

Outstanding Premiums to December Sl,1867..$75,582 43
219,232 02

OF

28 State

Company Laving been In snerestOperation for over 70 Year*,

f ul
G. P. Emricii,

ett

York, January 19, 18C9.

New

HENRY SAYLX9

BKOK.

STREET.

NO. Cl WILLIAM

BROKERS,

JAMBS

Mutual

York

INSURANCE COMPANY.

PARIS

AND

1798.

OFFICE OF THE

day oi payment.

LONDON

cities

London and Paris f r sale,

accessible

'

NO. 22 STATE STREET, BOSTON.

Ever

on

on

ORIGINAL CHARTER

MADE

COLLECTIONS

Circular Notes available for Travelers in all parts of
Europe and the East.

JAUE9 A. DUPKp.

LOUIS, MISSOURI.

CINCINNATI, OHIO.

Munroe Sc Co.

STOCK

Co.,

BANKERS,
ST.

)

AMD

Benoist 8c

Street.

West Fourth

110

Sc

L. A.

Cortis,

BROADWAY, NEW "YORK
Successors to

SAML. THOMPSON’S NEPHEW, and
SONS.

Sterling Exchange business.

Ireland and Scotland.
Bankers furnished with
and

ABM. BELI

Draft* on Englan

Sterling Bills of Exchange,
through passage tickets from Europe te all i arts

ol tha United States,

Musette, (tomwiM ®imcss^
A

Pwitor, and gtmmittw journal

WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.

REPRESENTING THE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

VOL. 8.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13,1869.
bonds at par

CONTENTS.
THB
Mr. Coukling on Finance
Railroad Tu» nels for New York.
Nat onal Banks—Their Condi¬
tion January 4..
Public Debt of the United States

Changes

la

the

chronicle;.
19?
198

Ascii's of Nfttioiuil Banks
Latest Monetaryand Commercial

199

20*

Commercial and Miscellaneous

"01

English News
201

News

21)3

Redeeming

THE BANKERS’ GAZETTE AND COMMERCIAL TIMES.

Money Market. Railway Stocks,
'

....

Securities, Gold Market,
Foreign Exchange, New York
City Banks, Philadelphia Banks

National Banks, etc
esale Prices N.Y. Stock

Commercial Epitome

...

204

Exchange

209
211
212
212
214

Cotton
Tobacco
Breadstuffs
Groceries..

U. S.

1 Dry Goods

207 I

208

217
218

ons Bond List
Southern Securities
Insurance and Mining

from the Treasury. Now these bonds sell at
present in Wall street at more than five per cent premium,
exclusive of the accrued interest. Why should the price be
thus put down five per cent? and if the Ten-fortys be re¬
duced, bow will it be possible to prevent the decline of this
description of Government bonds from depressing all other
descriptions, and lowering their price five per cent in con¬
formity ?
These points are well put by Mr.r Conkling, but there is

219
220

another view of the

case

If there

221-2

Prices Current...

|

TnE RAILWAY MONITOR AND INSURANCE JOURNAL.

Railway News
Railway, Canal, etc.. Stock List.

NO. 190.

prospect that the change above referred
on the first of March next, it is needless

were a

fair

to would take effect

to ask what would be

to which he did not direct

the

attention.

effect upon

the market price of
Exchange ? An element of
insecurity and incertitude would be introduced which could
not fail to cause daily fluctuations in prices
The telegraph
Commercial and Financial Chronicle is issued every Satur¬
would be busy, reports conflicting and mischievous would be
day morning by the publishers of Hunt's Merchants' Magazine,
with the latest news up to
midnight of Friday.
freely circulated, and as the prospects of the bill rose or fell
at Washington the prices of bonds would rise and fall in
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.

Railroad, Canal and Miscellane-

Journal.

220

Government bonds at the Stock

®lje tUlironicU.

1 us

For The Commercial
«.

to

Wall street.

Financial Chronicle, delivered by carrier
city subscribers, ana mailed to all others, (exclusive of postage,)
and

This is

just the kind of a market which the speculators
want, in order to reap a rich harvest. Oscillatfons in values
are what
they want, stability they detest. It is quite the
william b. DANA,
|
WILLIAM B. DANA & OO., Publisher®,
JOHN e. Floyd, JR. J
79 and 81 William Street, NEW YORK.
contrary with the investors who have put their money into
Post Office Box 4,592.
Government bonds for safe keeping, at the present prices.
W®3* Remittances should invariably be made by drafts or Post These bona fide investors would lose considerably, and many
of them would be tempted to sell out in disgust. Hence the
Office Money Orders,
prices iu Wall street might possibly be depressed below par
Bound volumes of the Chronicle for the six months
ending Jan. but for another provision of the new law introduced in an
1, 1869, and also previous volumes, can be had at the office.
amendment by .Mr. Cattell. This amendment compels the
Government to buy back its Ten-Forties under certain con¬
MR. CONKLING ON FINANCE.
ditions, at par, so that they could not fall below except for a
Oil
Thursday Mr. Sherman’s financial measure was called short time. From what has been said it is evident that the
up in the Senate, and although there is happily no chance of fluctuations produced in the market, both before and after the
its becoming a law
during this session, it was allowed to passage of the bill, would be limited to the range of five per
occupy the attention of the Seuate for a good part of the cent, but within these bounds there would be room for the
day. We regret its introduction, the less, however, as an most active manipulation and corruption by speculative cliques.
opportunity has thus been given to show that such a law Great capitalists would be placed under irresistible tempta¬
promises far more of evil than of good. We will not follow tions to combine together to enrich themselves at the expense
Mr. Conkling throughout the elaborate
arguments with which of the public and of the Government credit.
he so
These mischiefs would, however, be much increased by the
vigorously assailed the bill. Most of these arguments
we have often used ourselves.
There are two or three points fourth section of the bill/ which empowers the Secretary of
to which alone we need
refer, in connection chiefly with the the Treasury to issue demand notes, payable in gold, and
third section of the bill, which have not been heretofore dis¬ with them at his discretion to
purchase Government six per
cussed at length in the Chronicle.
cents; and at the option of the creditor they are also payable
The speculators in Government bonds would have abun¬ for coin liabilities of the United States. The issue is limited
dance of profitable occupation if any such provision as is to the amount of coin and bullion in the Treasury and they
contained in this section should ever be enacted. Among may be reissued as the exigencies of the public service may
its mischievous
consequences it would result in reducing the require. In other words, the trouble in the bond market is
five per cent Ten forty bonds to par.
This is effected partly to be supplemented by trouble in the currency. The Secre¬
certainly by providing that apy porsop way buy Ten*forty tary would have 'power to make himself the autocrat of tbq
ForOneYear

.s

$10 00

For Six Months
6 00
The Chromclb will be sent to subscribers until ordered discontinued
by letter.
Postage is 30 cents per year, and is paid by the subscriber at his own post-office.




[February 13 18 b 9.

THE CHRONICLE.

198

lion. As a means simply of rapid transportation of passen¬
existing* currency into bonds, which would
themselves become currency and pass from band to hand, gers between New York and its outlying suburbs, it is
preferred to bank notes or legal-tender notes because bearing becoming almost indispensible. The necessarily slow rate of
interest and convertible back again at any moment into notes. speed permitted on surface roads, renders a passage of even

market to turn the

few miles a tedious and disagreeable ride; and in conse¬
the whole
large part of the legal-tender currency. An amendment quence of the time lost in going back and forth, many are
proposes to restrict the par sales of Ten-Forty bonds to cut off from the privileges and advantages which the better
$2,000,000 a month. This might diminish the evil, but it air and cheaper rents of the outskirts of the city afford. Ibis,
might also aggravate it. Once a month there would be .. perhaps especially affects the laboring classes, whose neces¬
moderate spasm of contraction; once a month there would be sarily early hours require thorn to spend the least time pos¬
immoderate scramble for the forthcoming bonds; and thus sible in going to and from their homes. .Hence they aio
if the same depression of the market value of securities did compelled to seek accommodations where they are scaice ami
not occur, fluctuations, alleged favoritism
high, and where their children arc surrounded by
and recuning con¬ rents

This would result in the

payment of interest upon

a

or a

an

are

suspicions of associations debasing and ruinous. Hut aside from the inoial
which, have so long brought reproach on the Treasury and its aspect of the question—which is by no means to be ovei management. Mr. Colliding well exclaims, in view of these looked or forgotten-—the deprivations suffered in being cut .
aspects of the bill, “ before consenting that such power should off from low routs is very serious, and in fact reacts very se¬
pass into the hands of a Minister of Finance, if I could not riously on every branch of business into which their laboi
take 4 a bond of fate,’ I should at least require to know who enters ; for the increase in the cost of living must reall) be
the Minister was to be.
lie should be fit, not only to admin¬ paid by the employer. Besides, under existing arrange,
ister bis department, but to be the -autocrat of the market.
ments, an equally burdensome tax, as we have alieudy
Men would laugh, or they would erv, at the wave of his wand.”
stated, is laid cn the time and comfort of the entire community,
We cordially agne with Mr. Conkling in his policy of fund¬ making evident to the minds of all that the present mode
ing the United States bonds at a lower rate of interest; of transit is totally inadequate to the requirements of this
retiring gradually the United States notes; the legalizing of rapidly expanding city.
coin contracts; the organization of
But this is merely a local view of the advantages of the
banking on the basis of a
tractions

must ensue

those, the reports and

like

of

circulation
"ill

equivalent to specie, and

leave

us as

this uolinv Km
noliev. hut

-•*
if

tering mischievous

derangement to

policy generally that

The commerce of

tunnel road.

a

restoration of

speculation""116 i*

our monetarv

circnbtti

a

sound

cur¬

of the whole

vv/uhuvi vv tuo

h'"der U’ by fos' Stato !ln<1 country. The vast trade that has centered here,
South,
h daily brought parts of th
^ * d'ng fl'rthor tlie volume of produce whicbe isdistributed to allto our wham
ves
o

to

from West and

all this

TUiNiYEL RAILROADS FOR MW YORK.
w,th,n tlle Paat few weeks, it was generally believed
at the work of
tunneling Manhattan Island, for the purDtl

of

and, in fact,

country, is

world, sufficiently

pose

the whole State,

directly interested in the completion
are now.
And we oppose Mr. ot this great public improvement. Tt is unnecessary to dwell
not only would not help forward
upon the importance of, New York to the commerce of the
1 ’ *
||*
|
»■'*-* v-» imimucun v; vi ^ n VJIY X Ul iv IU tnu

far off from

rency years hence as we
Sherman s bill because it

a

establishing underground railway communication be-

the different seefinn. „r <1

freight,

or

A

indicate this importance. Now, however,
all that is brought overland—and the pro¬

be carted
the

portion tlius carried is increasing every year—must
through the city and trans shipped once or twice, making
cost of transferring merchandise from one side of the city

to
great as the freight charges from Buffalo
to New York.
How easily and quickly a tunnel road would
.
this.
As soon as a central tunnel is constructed
change all mis. tvs soon as a central lunuei is consiructeu
the other about as

, ,
tlirou^h the entire length of the city, ,branch tunnel,s wil ,be
formed for that purpose, conferred the neceTary authority "to “‘,ded’ * b''idge susl1om]ed over tl,c IIudson Uivor- bX 'vhich
undertake the work; and
the corporators were well known
Ul° ,"a'" HneS °f travel a"<1 freigl,t transportation may bo
responsible and wealthy citizens, it was confidently nre br0ug,lt to Miiuliattari Island> and tbo freiSht tbus collected
dieted that the work would be fairly inaugurated before the ^ 6°nl rai’‘dly and cheal,1>’1 vvil l0l,t breaking bulk, through
dose of 1808. It appears, however, that in the enablimr act ^ C’’ly l° 1,10 w,mrvc8 alon« our rivcr fronK A" Ulis wol,ld
tween

T,
,
,
ine charter

,

»

,

t,u sectlon8 ot the city, was soon to he begun
*

granted by the last Legislature to
as

as

there

several unnecessary

nece83anl>' and lnattrial1^ diminisb tlle fost of transportation,
company’ bonefitti,,2 tbo Foducer alld consumer equally, and thus
materially increasing the volume of freight flowing through

conditions and restrictions
complete organization of the
was allowed to mmim by limitation on
expire h,„
New York—(which the lower rates would attract)—and
The subject, however, is again before benefittingfour canals and railways.
the Legislature, in the form of an
application for an extension
There is also every reason to believe that such a tunnel
of the charter, .unrestricted
by those conditions with which road will be constructed as .soon as the Legislature grants the
the organizers of the
original company—though we believe
acting in good faith and with a determination to carry tl
grounds fof supposing that Bio work, if properly
dertaking through—found it impossible to comply. In
1
of the frrpaf voIma ,
oreat. „lnA
7 a work to both city and State,V'the I could not bo
{TTY"
In eW It is true that the
peculiar topography or tne island, lnciua
Legislature should promptly grant the request thus made, or
ing the vein of quicksand .oxtending from
to
adopt at once some better plan for an underground road, 80 1
street., the low, wet, marshy section
that the work may be begun and
completed as rapidly as cir- and the hills of solid rock that .extend from Thirtieth street to
cumstances will permit.
were

«bich prevented the
so that the act itself
the first of
January.

X

J 3

I proper

*

chartcarn'.rigdhtthrough privilemade completelyundertaken
er s and and ges. There aresuccessful
no good

Worth Canal
immediately north of it,

T. is
.

•

.
impossible to
...

over estimate

Heights, present many enhe overcome at considers.
ble expense of money and labor; k ‘ they
hy no mean.
insurmountable. The necessary enenj ” and capital can and
Fort George and Washington

the importance of this gineering

difficulties that will only

improvement.. Wo have frequently referred to
f6 Umns.’ Ut a 8Uhjcct of such vital interest
'cresi entsof the city but to the commerce of will be provided
the whole
country, that it cannot receive too frequent ,tten.
it in

tl

not. mil

the whnla




n

| izing the work.

as soon as

legislation ,'s

obtained author’

i
!

February 13, 1869.]

THE CHRONICLE.

1£9

NATIONAL BANKS OF EACH STATE—THEIR CONDITION JANUARY I, m.
We

are

indebted to the

Comptroller of the Currency for the following reports of the National Banks of each State
redemption city for the quarter eliding the first Monday of January, 180th As will be seen we have grouped them
together in the following order:—First, tiie Eastern States, next the Middle States, then the Southern
States, and last the

and

Western States followed

cities

we

gave

by the returns from the Territories.

A

last week.

separate table of the legal tender

held in the

reserve

RESOURCES.

Maine.

Loans and discounts

Hampshire.

Venn out.

M assacluit’s.*

$10,312,980 06 $4,234,624 70 $5,58.3,064 10

Ovc;drafts
U. 8. b’ds to secure circu’n.
U. 8..b’ds to secure deposits.
U. 8. bonds & sec. on band.
Other st’ks, b’ds & mort’s.

Due fm
Ited’in Agts.
Duo from National Hanks..
Due fm other b’ks & bkrs.
Real Estate, furniture, &c..

App’d

Current expenses
Premiums
Checks
other cash items.
Hills ot National Hanks
Hills of other banks..... .^.
Fractional currency

4,776 40
00
00
00
65

8,440,750
705,000
687,850
243,227
1,145,010
159,802

It

82
16,051 98
244,960 56

15,093 42
8,296 67

250,076 62
300,684 00
650 00

27,072 33
48,658 81
1,132,7(5 00
1,430 00

35,0 ;o 00

Specie
Legal tender notes

Compound interest

N.

notes..

Three per cent'certifieates.

14,837 0!)

4,s 13,000 00
825,9(H) 00
234,300 (JO
7-3,200 (H)
1,001.100 12
57,503 60
3,321 55

112,175
23,542
3,332
105,026
346,632

22
00

05
40

00

350 (H)

10,500 17
15,076 03

42,433 00

6,437,500 00
643,000 00
627,750 00
105,000 00
021,050 06
133,700 68
11,104 58
1 10,800 30

23,103
11,583
117,010
197,20!)
1,025
25,132

Rh

Boston.

Island.

XO
of 88 l- i,c
$64,021,816 55 $ 31.802,803
32,423 38
41,289 60
7,001
35,218,850 (H)
29,651,650 00 14,103,601)
2,920,4- 0 00
1,850,000 00
410,000
3,237,400 00
3,135,100 00
.276,150
099.901 91
365,013 00
867,127
7,174,972 20
6,671,261 '.'.8
2,10.8,5-0
2 810,877 60
710,476 21
437,618
227,457 05
170,502 22
40,913
82::,860 82
577,002
1,200,670 50
137,180 .37
306,1*8 00
68,883
2',953 36
0,333 54
21,042
570,505 56
6,042,0.88 72
602,902
781,001 00
1,562,076 (H)
204,516

30
13
ro
00
00
40

310 00
183,418 47

00

752,811 03
73,551 86

1,107.(160 00
2,126,590 09

3,503,150
3,075,500
8,103,582
0.2vi 1,530
2,0- 2,977

J 31,750 22

.87
53
00

111,302,051 72
1,531,023 00
14,240 (JO
307,016 03

5

2.8,159 40
732,150 60
413,-1 H IH)

47

11,521,500 54

1,638,0nS 15

2,4.38,010 21

4,050,000 00
0,313,750 (JO
4,776,213 20

25
1,100 37
1,780,137 a 5
313,7(0 65
801,61 l 60

r.50,9->5 50

3,597,232 II

0)
f)0
03
43

'

9»

1,396 00

1,100 00

11.016 00

116 00

1 1,280 00

60,0:5 !H)
47,013 2.8

62,990 04
71
00

2-3,65 4 :-()
526,820 62
0,195,088 IK)

00
00

1,540,000 00

452,375 ()(i

460,047 2!)

3,056,373 9 4

635,183 00

(-00 00

150 (JO

4,235,634 00

7,738,809 00

75,000 00

120,010 00

13,000 00

New York.t City of n. Y.
$60,750,207. 01 $163,5' 8,311 60
3" 1,010 7 4
46,130 06
217,000 40
10,7 10,060 09
33,300,450 ( 0 42,482*450 00

$27,751,5.84 !l

176,724 6?

67.704 07

260,000 00

Conn-'.client.

02
4.1
00
00
00
70
51
23
06

....

1,435,184

115,149
2,233,690
2,300
305,000

(H)

310 (JO
00

.

5,315,000 CO

145,(H;o

2,280,910 82 $15,820,534 20 $100,950,770 01 $131,561,835 01 $12,401,151

01

32.510 (10

1,491.550 (iO

7,010.170 01

624,217 55
617.196 00

22,280,420 07
18,072,697 00

15,550 00
30,245,000 00

$62,451,614 07 $130,225,455 10 $430,869,225 91

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock.
Surplus fund

$1,185,000 00 $4,785,000 00 $0,585,012 50 $30,982,000 ('0 $12,500,000 00 $20,301,800 00 $24,024,220 CO $37,072,211 09 $74,557,700
00
1,255,412 48
041.544 50
01

Undivided profits

001,707 00
7,407,171 00
52,210 00
4,092,005 08
174,710 84
107,001 03
245,101 02
41,200 00

Na’l bank notes outstand’g.
State b‘k notes outstaud’g.
Individual Oepositr
U. S. deposits

Deposits U.S.Dis’gOfficers.

Du e to National banks
Due to other b’ka & b’kcrs.

....

Total
*

534,817
894,518 00
4,25‘*,505 IK)
34,210 00

1,823,500 64
215,172 08
110,140 75

ii7,Y)i7

74

7,017,001
3,331,024
30 951,04 )
812,304
20,' *38,727
081,170

501,111 42
5,700,711 00
•31,335 (HI
2,001,615 10
188.0 >9 03

25
70
00
00
02
03

8,780,585 02

1,397,414 50
4,102,224 17
1,021,7-80 01
1,118,81-8 34
12,425,867 00 17,345,491 00

3,302,470 54
20,0 4),S75 HO
135,052 00
38,005,057 00
427,121 28

45,384 21
31,00 i 02

105,008 12
420.003 30

334 47

12 758,048 80

171,031 21

178,016 00

5,098,929 72
10\891 80
40,243 7 4

1,472 014 75

2.81,081 00
12,305,185 0!)
435,500 72
5,002 48
1,830,153 70
308,32 i 54

091,070 05
422,031 44

-

5.41 1 045 72

‘1,514,580 00
20,211,470 HO
507,481 1)9
47.578,214 11
1,28 1,215 01
12 :,929 57
3,005,009 01
1,427,581 31

IS

950,027 17

7,388,221 37
.85,230.522 00
203,223 IK.>
222,038.30 > 82
1,085,314 25

55*401*, 126*94
15,870.005 36

$24,181,871 47 $12,239,910 82 $15,820,581 20 $100,050,770 01 $134,501,835 01 $12,404,151 04 $02,451,014 07 $180,225,455 10 $ 130,800,2^5 01

Exclusive of Boston.

t Exclusive of the cities of New York and

Albany.

RESOURCES

Alb my.
N. Jersey. Pennsylvania.* Philadelphia.
Delaware.
Pittsburg.
$7,000,486 67 $18,880,132 45 $31,091,550 24 $35,041,425 56 $13,021,551 63 $1,991,549 42
14,466 22
23,511 06
144,282 37
3,107 38
28,581 72
36,1 13 02
2,145,(HM) 00 10,586,650 CO 23,241,0(H) CO
13,010,7(H) 00
7,702,000 00
1,34S,200 0 1
200,(HH) 00
731,500 00
2,301,000 00
1,800,009 00
405,000 00
60,090 00
104,050 00
441,100 00
3,035,400 00
1,400,300 00
220,250 00
016 304 02
313,436 20
1.880 814 56
782,876 43
208,705 21
77,650 0v)
3,400,038 80 2,040,203 06 4,000,260 40
1,807,148 05
1,753,135 84
316,071 30
845,666 00
1.057,815 41
2,100,722 07
2,276,002 01
586,083 88
62,554 27
270,722 05
265,107 85
624,405 77
532,713 32
31,212 78
114,447 87
100,301 82
665,570 31
1,081,425 36
1,512,537 80
610,012 10
110,00!) 03
99,04 1 67
220,4 17 00
207,357 54
43,614 84
20,663 11
60 45
30,113 0.)
106,300 30
60,8!1 73
23,414 01
3,631 13
026 148 00
601.857 35
0 218,405 83
508,494 22
721,116 36
44,11 7 7!)
181,733 00
450,420 00
641,040 01
651,502 00
135,186 00
20,241 00
4,205 (H)
1,363 00
8,861 <M)
•7,20s 00
1,817 (K)
1,501 (H)
36,787 76
80,837 55
144,693 15
152,944 10
60,043 43
8,202 38
32,791 05
114,404 30
116,88!) 62
452,768 17
120,376 51
6,636 51
1,314,253 00
2,073,(H)5 00
4,714,726 00
212,040 (JO
6,674,016 00
1,871,862 GO
730 00
0,110 00
20,020 (H)
1,000 00
2,560 00
680,000 00
865,000 00
905,000 00
750.000 (H)
(!5,0C() 60
6,535,000 00

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
TJ S bonds to secure circ’on
U S bonds to secure depos.
U S bonds & set ur’s on h’d
Othor stocks, bonds & mort
Due from
app’d red’m ag’ts
Due from National banks..
Due from other b’ks & b’ers
it al estate, furife & list’s
....

Maryland, t

$2,835,607 37
21,12S 13
2 058,250 00

Checks & other cash items.
Hills of National banks....
Bills of other b inks
Fractional currency

bpecic
Legal tender notes
Compound interest notes..
Three per cent certificates.

.

; 18,537,008

42 $89,730,441 16 $75,820,580 01

:

0,!)40

26

8,(H)7.500 00

200,000 IH)
3.S6,100 IH)

800,(H)l)
80,651)

258,317 75

781,112

300 973 38

1,711,53)

‘215,870 M)

30/18 15

1

Current expouses
Premiums

Ba'tniore

$13,811,705 38

118/05 56
16,10(17 42
30,60S ID
! 10,803

10

(M)
(10
88

75
5! 6.074 36
178.111 97
580,177 71
: 1,3(H 51
40.518 75

2,16 4/78

05

70,311 IH)
2,228 IM)
,

32.3,1 si 00

1 1,873 73

-

7,871 41

58,118 30
402,133 (M)

361,610 17
1,066,500 00

2,378

550

*00

21,533 03
21,294 13
4,2 >4 97
14,928 63

5*82
13,273 82
3,041 00

(H)

1.830 (10

50,(8M) 00

D Sf. of Col.t
3 23,075 5-8
3,717 21
100,000 00

230 81
102 95
18,4:34 00
30 00

1,245,(MM) 00

$82,923,337 32 $28,338,780 03 $4,393,072 00 $7,321,492 70 $32,650,845 63

$226,367 05

LIABILITIES.

Capital

stock

Surplus fund

Undivided profits.

$2,650,000 00 $1’,4-83.350 00 £23,905,240 01) $10,517,150 00

•

050,000 00

;...

325 610 0!

Nat. bank notes outsta’ing
State bank notes outsta’ing
Individual deposits
United States
deposits. ...
Depos of U S diau’g officers
Due to National banks
Due to other ba’ks & ban’] s

Total

...

1,882,530 (K)
20,606 00
10,070,081 25
05,178 10
20,002 08
1,943,938 20
553,552 22

2,304,798
1.101,804
9,231,163
.146,884
14,061,015
245,770

01

07
00
00
00
42

42,1(H) 57
002,230 17
87,020 26

4,403,220 25
1,552,141 75

Philadelphia aud Pittsburg.

$9,000,000
2,010,133
655,403
6,700,256

03 $1,428,185 00 $2,308,217 50 $10,391,985 00
22

20,420,795 (X)

1,373,334 01
10,071,900 00

207,391 00
22,587,90S 31
818,24-8 82

90,256 (H)

300,355 00
138,017 08
1,180,453 00
19,224 IH)
1,111,470 00

8,868,548 06
95,' 52 01

55,823 05
1,522,503 34
257,241 80

5,79*1’(m’is
1,019,815 03

24
U>

834,440 52
222,510 01
1,777,033 (K)
25,481 1)0
2,358,800 36

35,836 07

02,f>0 7 (H)

40,300,880 00
602,457 05

$18,537,008 42 $30,730,441 16 $70,820,580 01

Exclusive of tho cities of

6,133,457 88

25,'OS 63

1,512,691
60),213
7,071,521
171,041
10.500,549
200,010

*
,457 56
10,830 21
88,010 CO

00
97

16*051

40

59

51,006 96

688^490

153,554 31

60
218,990 90

10,077 57

108,453 42
23,984 70

1,790,684’70

City of Baltimore.

2,188 78

237,573 20

$82,023,337 32 $28 338,780 63 $1,393,072 00 $7,321,402 70 $32,059,8-15 63

t Exclusive of the

$100,600 CO

27
90
00

$226,(367 05

t Exclusive of tho City of Washington.

RESOURCES.

Washington.

Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
U. S. bonds to secure circu.
U. b.bds. to sec. deposits.
U. S. bds & seenr. on hand.
Oth. stocks, bds. & mortg’s.

800,000 00
302,0(H) 00
12,887 93
150,297 14

250,(HH)
4,1(H) i

Fractional currency

Specie
Legal tender notes
Compound interest

nr tea...
Three per cent certificates
.

..

158,006 00

30,188
401,716
317,487
78,304
251,453
36,221
21,440
290,!H>9
101,9'7

1,308 26
40,033 81

Due Irora
app’vd red'g agts.
Due from National Banks..
Due from other bks & bkrs.
Real estate, furniture, &c..
Current expenses
Premiums
Checks & other cash items.
Hills of National Bauks
Bills of other banks

Total...

Virginia
WestVirginia.North Carolina. SouthCarolina.
Georgia.
$1,260,506 30 $3,660/68 1
$2,513,500 02
$042,071 15 $1,181,615 7-3 $2,281,478 42
10,205 13
34,344 i
1.536 74
10,484 03
7,117 03
6,022 40
1,003,0(H) 00
2,073,5(H)
2,343,250 00
401,000 00
304,000 00
1,8-8/00 (H)

5,800
26,270
80,K87

154,812 45
263,790 07
245,027
15,118
14,239
103,738

67
92
05
08

121,075 00

1

551,787
580

500,000 00

10,000

300,(H)0 00
319,500 00
171,450 00
86-1,906 48
231,417 43
60,981 82
215,050 03
29,312 83
24,745 18
174,533 13
44,077 00
23,873 00
23,888 02
41,405 01
462,064 00
210 (H)

200 000 00

05,000 00
151,336 82
1-4,707 76

17,051 48
52,056 03
67,988 15
7,107 75
14,954 04
13,300 05
118,93S (H)
12,807 00
13,674 49
83,705 70

201,638 (H)

‘'360*66
74,963 80
301,454 37
28,635 54
It 1,526 50
30,253
28,044
7,816
3,407

22
63

60
30
210,550 0#

..

370,356 00
176,104 76
109,790 28
89,463 10

80,951 21
2,516 31
21,006 93
326,506 00

2^813 is

20*883 9(i
56,621 38
1,044,340 00

New (>rleans.

$506,518 05

$1,3(18,381 48

627 36

2,133 80

310,500 00

1,208,000 00

Texas.

$431,134 73

”556*66
50,(HH)
81,733
4,812
60,626
14,282

00

41
95
57
03

*5 *66

472,100* 66
200,0(H) 00
7(H) 00

44,500 00
124,809 36
157,034 35
127,5 :5 64
262,035 46
22,9(H) 63

41,141
858,U77
63,785
40,S30

07

U
26
91

17,838 9-%

15,770 87

61 000 (H)

1H),S56 (.0

644,74.2 48

6,944 43

14,840 00

16,303 00

61,527 00

4*611

75

6*U3

23

58,!H)1 76
180,207 (H)

93,016 75
466,322 00

2,561 71
173,071 02
154,902 00

$2,650,585 70 $6,188,376 60 $1,388,205 16

$4,54>,5^4 18

$2,040,279 00
$526,000 00
36,7:0 00

60 00

$2,495,709 35

2-\736t*>7

25,022 07
361,207 00

25,000 *66

75,000 00

$4,S47,567 70 $8,330,754 70 $7,335,613 47

209,0(H) 00

Alabama.

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock
Sorp us fund

$1,050,000 00 $2,150,0(0 00 $2,216,400 00
235,000 00
168,897 00
230,995 83
76,969. 64
183550 01
158,826 68
National bank notes outst’g.
762,734 00
1,827,390 00 1,978,604 00
State banknotes outstand’g
1,038 00
Individual deposits
1,561,985 19
3,251,461 01
2,483,137 91
U. 8. Deposits
907.076 65
130,529 89
113,557 67
Dep’ta U.

Undivided profits

of

B.disbur. ofii’rs
Due to National Banks...,
Due to other banks. A bkrs.
„

Total




3,007 24
243,301 25
6,423 73

$1,817,507 70

260,944 02
803,747 87
74,225 80

$685,500 00 $1,600,000 00
51,326 01
141,681 40
117.6(2 70
303,405 40
145,585 00
1,282,000 00

$490,000 00

$1,800,000 00

40,902 25
64,716 (18
815,0'25 00

13,878 15
56,034 70
264,880 00

62,000 00
174,974 88

1,'168,815 00

391,995 00

97M78* 18

1,585,550 54

2,482,598 05
62,164 20
122,784 59
100,764 56
122,890 4*8

555,454 72

1,757,439 42

780,367*97

$683,400 00

141,899 03

22,128 80
60,290 85
71,625 73

145,638 56
132,769 73
14,040 57

$8,339,754 70 $7,335,613 47

$3,496,760 35

94,014 89

86,8V3 31
204,489 9*
83,595 07

18,467 82

91,914 OO
100,439 9$

13,431 ft*

$2,660,585 70 $6,186,#?* W $9,338,205 46

$4,545,584 18

$tyHj),239 09

107,417 25
13,624 20

1S.984 43

[February 13,1869.

THE CHRONICLE.

200

RESOURCES.

Loans and discount*
Overdrafts
U. S bonds to secure circulation
U. 8. bonds to secure deposits
U. 8. bonds and securities on hand.
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages ..
Due from
approved rede ming agents.
1 ue from l4a*lional Banks
Due from other banks and bankers
Real estate furniture and fixiun. s
Current expenses

Arkansas.
90
84

$343,413
1,240

1,760,900

(H)

10,400

65,300

161,''06

34,437 51

49,326

17,500
‘<9,915

3,098 84

l"4,7:S

37,610 28
7,957 14

108,462
9,609

41,150

(0

08

00
460,(HH) 00
321,850 00
271,093 43
5 1,787 69

14,722,8(H) (H)
2,061,500 00

3,-112,000 00
(H)

5 75,(MM)

00
SO

595,4(H) 00

2,162,076 97

277,411 21
156,803 94
162,696 51

1,178,655 57

768,063 32
173,318 19

525,140 07

79,530 26

1,112 7)0

1,433,800
262,883

41.583 46

491,002

19,010 45

37,885 01
807,325 00
1,060 (H)

.....

•

658 143 (H)
14,848 00
105,312 53
89,965 19
3 537,4 IS 00
1 690 00

00

$2,623,471

30

233,027 (K)
5,859 <M)
23,7-8 53
55,431 97
508,099 00

229,312
1,840 00
10,580 53
47.665 80
1,202,364 00
4,200 (HI
220.000 (H)

831,000 00
370,850 00

823.140 09

1,554,142 23
033,067 37

87
66
24
27

169,772 74
504,620 56
113,986 12

2,990
146,000

(K)

02

1,856,124 00

00
00
00

2,563,040

95
30
00
00
62

9,129
267,545
424,151
2,753
65,999
126,218

65.795 95
97,520 28

93> (M)

300,000

94,604 19

6,352,250 00

9,603 70
152,000 58
399,244 00
13,903 00

214,073 76

64
00

$9,728,703 93

36
61
00
00
00
16
66

590,186
110,833

654 IS

230,066

415,000 00

10,000

118,579 82
41,411 64

.

Illinois X

Indiana,

83 1£11,804,742
37
36,690
00 12,399.650
00
1,135,000
00
325,100
213517
00
93
1,171,223
83
486,334
17
161,553

59, tOO
4,850
759,882
196,106
107,189
174,629 45
14,942 07

16.(H)0 0!)

31.338 .94

00

70

2>2,194 00

1,293,500

367,999 09

11,795 81

2,805

95
10,270 74

$5,475,49 L

705 433 27
121,7 8 18

41,118 76
.6,908 40

?,0M 39
22,678 00

463 00
7, £46 55
9,509 10
42 <,911 (H)
520 00
15,000 (H)

$990,895 18$ 5,347,< 38

Total

05

0,706 82
51,367 O')

999 26
3,290 11

Specie
Legal tender notes
Compound interest notes
Three per cent certificates

80
05
10

3,300 46

1 014 46
4,163 92
4,161 00

Checks and other cash items
Bills of National Banks
Bills of other banks
Fractional currency

(R)
00

31 ',19) 32

70

43,722 16

,

(M)
00

Cleve’and.

Cincinnati.

$3,446,580
15,423
2,084,(MM)

49
136,411 17

26,742 73

1,014 96
905,000 (H)
1 0,000 00
34,7.50 (10
17,30) (10
128,725 20
27,985 53
3M20 s5
26,296 33
6,318 76

14,000 61

2(H),(KM) (H)
15(1,(HR) 00

...

PreminmR

Ohio.t
Kentucky.* Louisville. Tennessee.
$,2,225,235 19 $9.55,802 27 $2,208,533 77 i£20,206,251

750 00

15)0,000 00

$7,335,572 36 !£19,041,408 87: $13,963,211 77 $8,734,614 41 :$31,883,119 34

LIABILITIES.

Undivided

profits

National bank notes outstanding...
Siate bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits

U. S. deposits

Due to National Banks
Due to other banks and bankers..

$12,017,000 00 $0,630,000 00
1,332,189 92
2,200,489 17
666,593 05
947,553 44
113,399 79
6,444,374 00
1,840,102 00 10,800,408 00
1,737 00
10,733 00
8,203 00
7,384 000 08
8,751,812 83
3,332,851 35
480,050 67
480,894'05
201,730 57
119,763 08
37,100 00
83,200 76
56,499 15
120,540 92
181,592 91

00 $3,500,000 00 $2,300,000

400,700 S3
37,550 73
04,313 05
84,S11 00

15,551,571 It

3,500,231 31
180,055 00
01,118 00
5,230 34
87,759 03

012,333
72,302
320,403
203,231

72
40
00
91

2,870,380 00
-3,501,802 59
720,338 40
1,032,872 02

30

$34,883,419 34 $23,557,868 75

$990,S95 18 $5,347,638 OS $2,023,474 80 $7,335,572 30 $49,011,108 87 $13,963,211 77 $8,784,014 41

Total

Exclasive of the city of

t Exclusive of the cities ol Cincinnati and

Louisville.

68 248 45

105,973 02

110,341 53

302,090 87

-

00

044,000

003,000 40
285,080 40

40
40
Oft

80,000 00

350,802 70 1,317.255 20
104,751 40
20,735 08
174,537 80
10,740 08
45,3*43 81
12,848 30
07,311 80

—

Deposits of U. H. disbursing officers

♦

$1)50,001 00 $1,025,300 Of $15,454,700
'142,535 01
170,477 15
2.520,810
27,278 09
170,500 81
885,411
700 242 10 1,143,894 00 12,907,774

200,000 00 $1,£85,000 00
34,760 18
144,480 57
110,010 37
17,074 03
170,477 00 1,542,148 00

Capital stock
Surplus fund

% Exclusive of the city of Ch’cago.

Cleveland.

RESOURCES.

Wisconsin +

Dt-tr<*it.

Michigan *

Chicago.

.

Loans and discounts
$11,799,224 03 $5,032,233 85 $3,139,893 64
45 599 90
8,107 38
41,767 16
Overdrafts
3,20\900 00 1,09 <,800 00
4,825,'00 0)
U. S. bonds to secuie circulation
.
200,0' 0 00
•250,(KJ0 (M)
170,(MM) ( 0
TJ. S. bonds to secure deposits ... .
172,900 00
187,350 (M)
U. 8. bonds and securities on band.
31,102 72
i ther stocks, bonds and mortgages.
204,920 92
105,640 Ol
5(H),994 82
639,016 82
2,088,312 79
Due from approved redee’iug agents
327,362 21
28-1,971 78
411,411 71
Due from National banks
58,439 21
50,278 26
170,401 64
Due from other banks and bankers..
40,124 56
444,792 05
273,455 02
Real estate: furnitnre and fixtures..
34.144 85
8,873 03
Current expenses
12,944 16
16,989 13
Premiums
10,(100 (M)
206,056 53
2,703.032 10
107,481 62
Checks and other cash items
60,977 (M)
162,977 00
Bills of National banks
811,061 00
172 < 0
4,114 00
Bills of other banks
17,703 64
39,870 03
Fractional currency
46,653 05
1,682 33
34,427 41
95,990 38
Specie
...

....

'

.

3,328,GO 1 00

911,387 00

1,210 0)
470,(MR) 00

Legal tender notes.
Compound interest notes
Three per cent certificates

55,000 00

612,697 10.

Milwnukt

22,854 20
1,846,550 00
200,()(K) (Ml
249,200 <K)

■

11,121 ! 1
791,500 00
3<KI,(K)0 00
7.2(H) 00
18.659 11

301,935 01
460,281 85

316,008 92
28,446 06

379,01 R) 00

11,257 13

5,366 42
01,753 45

133,027 00

.....

,

326,328 95
42,735 87

2,349 00

656,265 (Hi

35,000 00

101 00
5.580 40

11,593 86
17,(h3 51
466.995 00
300 (HI

30,000 00

150 00

62
32
39

40
46
81
201,976 (H)

190 00

40,933 01
88,849 66
1,476,965 00

17,179 93

24,046 86
448,(07 00

106,083
82,591
66,629
12,976
14,318
26,526

15,689 62
72,251 67
72,025 (M)

2,8(H) 00

30,461 17
50,125 55

282,607 32
-

15,031 33

20,886 29
158,595 40
410,670 01)

,

229,446 88
43,940 00

180 00

65,000 (M)

64.076 56

219,094 43
98,6 0 97
66,135 64
125,278 99

675,794 72
178,650 53

81,478 93

150,000 00
104,500 09
238,941 37

256,(RM) 00
54,550 (R)

197,700 12

15,286 50

13,273 92
797,9(H) 00

30,299 60

1,682,200 (K)

767,77! 32

7,026 64

30,011 87

46,989 31
3,614,750 00
438.800 (10

407,860 25
94,5 5 02

109 826 17

1( 0 00

180,(MM) 00

St. Louis.

Missouri t

Minnesota.

Iowa.

e.

$2,550,277 47 $1,494,247 94 $6,021,918 56 $2,357,894 21 $1,475,104 87 $9,169,898 81

5,000 (R)

30,544 03
354,026 00
4,081) 00
10,000 00

3.926,150 00
485,000 00
180,330 00
1

-

1,660,665 70
667,259 65
73,471 15
119,653 49

106,945
52,597
379,374
440,054

48

00

5 121 00

48,552 83
121,385 01

1,807,683 00
2,210 00
626,000 00

09

$27,727,943 82 $11,527,998 85 $0,541,903 07 $0,919,780 17 $1,022,790 83 $14,922,487 71 $5,630,896 39 $3,977,100 91 $20,119,956

Total

24
83
40

i 03,397

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock

Surplus fund

Undivided profits
National bank notes outstanding
Slate bank not s outstanding

...

Individual deposits
United States deposits

Deposits of U. 8 disbursing officers

Due to National banks
Due to other banks and bankers....

Exclusive of the City of

(K):£1,860,000
38
371,753
40
205,490
(M) 1,629,690
(M)
02 2,745,896
37
70,551
38
15,367
99
13,029
13
8,000

00

$850,000

00

78
92

180,452 61

00

693,250 Oft

40
61
69
61

16

41,439

21

265 (M)
34
155,545 87
120,760 55
222,790 45
124,672 80

1,633,620

$3,757,000

00: $1,714,2'0

00;$1,000,000
173,259

204,501 88
173,515 12
3,108,104 0ft 1,444,481 00
2,345 00
2,789 00
6,600,596 89 1,890,673 72
40,178 22
163,763 08
91,503 05
81,592 81
48,120 99
43,077 77
681,331 60
373,365 78

95,913 35

t Exclusive of the City of

Detroit

Milwaukee.

!

00
72

148,043 93
66-4,144 00

1,902,114
57,474

72
68

00
669 444 89
698,870 47
3,421,317 00
38,-382 00
6,604,625 63
127,361 07

$6,810,300

«

.

•

.

.

.

.

25,000 79

971,093 70

7,423 07

.

36,310 87

^27,727,943 82 $11,527,998 85 $6,511,903 67 $6,919,780 17 $4,022,790 83 $14,922,487 74 $5,630,896 39

Total
*

$5,450,000 00] $3,710,000 00:£1,550,010
478,136
731,917 !>!)
1,716 333 86
60,699
335,281 10
252,196 70
947,071
4,233,217 00
2,859,701 00
905
1,087 00
8,822, 41 17 2,793,435
11,673,801 59
242,51 S
87,465 96
49,355 33
19,315 16
218,092
161,921
2,541,016 57
29,095 90
86,171
11,977 97
1,728,935 37

878,500 73

$3,977,460 91 $20,119,956 09

X Exclusive of the City of St. Louis.

RESOURCES.

Kamas.* Leavenworth,

$030,654 01
Loans and discounts
2,386 67
Overdrafts
182,( 00 00
U. ». bonds to secure circulation
50,000 00
U. 8. bonds to secure deposits
19,650 00
U. 8. bends and securities on hand...
Other s ocke, bonds and mortgages,..
Due from approved redeeming agents
Due from national banks
Due from other banks and bankers...

Real estate, furnitnre and fixtures....
Current expenses
Premiums
Checks and other cash items
Bill of national banks
Bills of other banks
Fractional currency

Specie
Legal tender notes
Compound interest notes
Throe per cent certificates:
Total

89,633 45
64,894
61,1(H)
8,211
25,391
9,081
2,H45
5,780

38
05
20
97
35
75
52

16,103 00
5,661 96
72,007 (H)

Nevada.

Oregon.

Colorado.

$896,712 81
7,979 17

$187,375 91

$45,042 60
4,614 36

$521,223 79
12,378 06

235,004 00

155,000 00

100,030 (K)

297,000 (R)

350.(MR) 00
57,000 00

450,1'00 ( 0

50,000 (R)
13,800 (H)
28,367 20

150,<KK) 50

34,037
41,848
67,982
4,700
49,013
4,923
5,560
8,293

89
32
03

11
66
10
96

33
55,229 00

*

2,395*SO

Nebraska.

$238,780 07
9,999 63
200,009 00

13,840 06
1,759 95
153,440 00
'

68,500 00
102,050 09
831,100 24

8,125 90

131,941 40

586 49

13,472
95,024
13,074
12,587
44,742

29
73,
45

47
.‘15
88,142 (R)

12,080 43
23,418 81

8,5' 0 04
2,704 28

17 04

3,750 00
30,562 40
11,915 00

305 01

6,691 00

19,500
71,076
114,730
157,455
26,011

97,744
35,209
14,874
18,660
24,416

(H)
32
80

03
19
00
41
86
65
00

Utah.

Idaho.

$160,499 78

$67,619 47

Montana.

$91,524
2,982
40,000
20,000

89
50
00
00

3.092 94

2,101 80

150,000 00

75,000 00

14,960 00
1.313 43

*

*5,834

13,619
18,142
8,363
5,243
1,607
3,922

61
32

97

876 31
664 66

286 45

5,058 76.

16,702 22
13,474 69
4,214 82

5,224 88

7,738 93

45
18
31
00

10.003 57

3,500 00

5,944 73
1,235 00

2,086 09
27,081 00

; 4,373 49

39 00

34,087 (R)

10 00

1,101 07

18,333 IK)

52,242 90

243.575 00

19,035 00

24,615 96
76,514 00

157 45

633 60

10,799 93
23,089 19
163,107 00

11,173 60
56 250 00

1,520 00
34,830 00

$404,610 67 $1,701,476 83

$279,734 55

$401,555 01

$217,057 74

$100,000 00

$150,000 00
12,000 00

$100,000 00
16,413 38

'

120 00

50 00

10,000 00

$801,713 15 $1,310,674 61 $3,290,087 90

$16-1,888 55

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock
Surplus ftmd

Undivided profits
National bank notes outstanding
State bank notes outstanding
Individual deposits
U. 8. deposits

Deposits of U. 8. disbursing officers

Due to national banks
Due to other banks and bankers.....

Total
•

$200,000 00 $200,000 00 $400,000 00 $155 000 00
16,742 08
59,700 47
5,580 00
6,878 13
35,603 79
179,000 00

377,774 96
25,997 07

457,700 85 1,824,054
24,322 61
79,552
448,441
100,437 48
1,430
18,209 00
29,799 81
199,044

1,42127
2,561 78

86

00
00

10,000 00

17

11,822 20

35,970 00

16,617 44
134,551 00

03,500 00

850,428 47

91,031 00

80,505 88

83,308 63

64,020 12
11,719 42

139 69

30,603 69

74,246 65

108 07

6,059 74
1,820 95

$-404,010 57 $1,701,476 83

$279,734 65

$401,555 K

32,731 62
87,765 00

142,029 42

48,718 48

91

$350,000
03,000
93,402
254,000

00

30,634 13
131,645 00

686,89 23
60,574 50
6,131 74

42
T8
83

$804,713 15 $1,310,674 61 $3,290,037 90

fcxclHilTi of tuo city or fceaYmiwQrtti.




154,811 52
168,010 00

31,228 94
159,351 00

$100,000 00

'

$404,883 55

3,835 83

$217,067 7$

-

February 13, 1868.J

THE CHRONICLE.

PUBLIC DEBT OP THE UNITED

STATES.

Catest

Abstract statement, as appears from the books and Treasurer’
returns in the
of

Treasury Department,

February, 1869

on

filottetarg anb domtnercial (Kitglisl) Nods

BATES OF EXCHANGE AT
LONDON, AND ON LONDON
AT LATEST DATES.

the 1st of January, and 1st

:

EXCHANGE AT LONDON—

DEBT BEARING COIN INTEREST.

•
•

•

January 1.
February 1.
percent, bonds.... $221,589,300 00 $221.58!),300 0(T
“

“

-

1881

(5-20’s)

Decrease.
$

...

283,677,400 00
1,602,568,650 00 1,602,583,350 00

Total

DEBT BEARING

Nary Pen. F'd3p.c.
Total

LATEST
ON—

Amsterdam

14,700 00

2,107,835,350 00 2,107,850,050 00

« P«r ct. (RB ) bonds
3 p. cent, certificates

14,700 00

$52,017,000 00 $1,920,000 00
57,410,000 00 .1,515,000 00
14,01)0,000 00

55,865,000 00
14,000,000 00

$

123,427,000 00 3,465,000 00

$2,174,900 00

$1,977,150_C0

3,873,290 00

349,950 00
44^,412 00

193,313 00
13,000 00

00
445,492 00

13,000 00

7,463,503

64

6,910,936

64

...

3,997 00

424,191,720 54

7,463,503 64

cur.

in Treas..

Debt less coin
currency

6,910 936 64

417, *72,80S 64

424,191,720 54

552,567 00

6,918,911 90

2,652,533,602 23 2,602,379,70 18 9,846,044 90
111,826,461 03 106,174,049 10
5,65?,411 93

and

2,540,707,201 25 2,556,205,65S 0815,493,450 83

The

following statement shows the amount of
separately at the dates in the foregoing table :

2o.17%@

3 mos.
3 mos

25.17%@

3
3
3
•JO

90

13. 6%@
25.15 @

—

—
—
—

—

121.80

6.23%

mos.

118.94
32 %
49.10

mos.
mos.

days.
days.

53%

_

44
—

—

—

—

—

Jan

—

—

—

—

Jan. 12.
Dec. 21.
Jan. 14.
Jan. 4.
Dec 29.
Dec. 25.
1)< C 26.
Dec. 22.
J in. 27.
Nov 16.

—

—

—

days.
4 4

44

45 4d
4s 4d

1 p. c.

44

dis.

15 11 id

44

Is llftf
Is llirf

44

30 days.

% p

—

29.

Jan. 8.
Jan. 29.
Jan. 8.

—

—

60

@

*c. dis.

60
90
60

dnys.
days.
days.

109%
1 p. c. pm.

15%

4k

18%

4k

18%@18%

k4

4o%(&45%
18%@19%
4s. 5%<,/.@ —
4a. 4%<L@ —
3. p. c. dis.

44

6 mos.
kk

4k
4k

2a. 1-16
2a )id.

l.

6 mos.
30 da\ s.

2a.

% p. c. rm.

London, Saturday, January 30, 1869.
delays which have so frequently taken place in our telegraphic
communications with India have been seriously felt by our merchants,
and at various times put an almost entire stop to business. The cable
laid down a few years since in the Persian Gulf has beeu so
frequently
broken, causing so much uncertainty iu the transmission of messages
from Bombay or Calcutta to India, and vice versa, that measures have
been adopted with the object of preventing any such inconvenience in
future.
A few months siuce, a company was brought out for construct¬
ing a line via Vienna and the South of Russia, joining the Persian Gulf
line at the head of the Gulf.
That line has, however, two great draw¬

$

debt

sliort.
3 mos
short.

RATE.

The

6,918,911 90

Bearing coin interest. 2,107,83\350 00 2,107,850,050 00
14,700 00
Bearing cur'y interest. 119,962,000 00 123.427,000 00 3,465,000 00
Matured

11.99

| From our own Correspondent.!

35,511,127 54 1,295,411 90
32,659,520 00 5,623,500 00

27,036,020 00

52%

short.

<n.

@27

—

00

RECAPITULATION.

Coin &

44

Sydney

$356,021,073 00 $356,021,073 00
34,215,715 64

@4.n%

52 %@

TIME.

27.
Jan. 27.
Jan. 28.
Jan. 28.
Jan. 28
Jan. 28.
Jan. 28.
Jan. 28.
Jan. 26.
.Jan 21.
Jan. 20.

0

.

Madras
Calcutta

.

$

days.
44

Singapore
Hong Kong...
Ceylon
Bombay

DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST.

417,272,808 64

Aggregate

90

3 months. 26.90

n

Valparaiso....

71,550 00

....

31 %@ 82
48

Pernambuco..

150 00

278,400

197,310 00

.

..

44

Petersburg

Naples

279,120 00

@i2 3C
0.263* @ 6.26%
1.20 @ 1.20%

44

Genoa

$197,750 00

DATE.

short.
3inonths. 12.25

Cadiz
Lisbon

8,599,170 00
256,000 00
148,411 64

256,0 0 00
148,561 64

Total

no interest

44

New York....
Jamaica
Havana..
Rio de Janeiro
Bahia

Certifl. of indebt’ess

Bearing

kk

4k

Mi In

16. 1868
B’ds of Texas ind’ty
Treasury notes (old).
B’ds of Apr. 15, 1842,
Jan. 28,1847 & Mar.
81, 1848
Treas. n s of Ma. 3,63

Total

11.19^(^12.00
12.’% @12 1#
13.104* @13.10)4
25.32%@25.37%
25.15J* @25.20

Frankfoit

15, Aug. 1, 8ept. 1
& 15, and Oct. 1 &

United States notes.
Fractional currency.
Gold certi. ofdeposit

short.
Smonths.

Berlin

n.

Temporary loan...

RATE.

St.

119,962,000 00

due Aug. 15,
’67, J’e <fe J’y 15,’68
I p.c. comp. int. notes
mat’d June 10, July
15, Aug. 15 Oct. 15,
Dec. lo, 1867, May

...

Paris
Paris
Vienna

MATURED DEBT NOT PRESENTED FOR PAYMENT.

T-80

TIME.

Antwerp
Hamburg

CURRENCY INTEREST.

$50,097,000 00

EXCHANGE ON LONDON.

JAN. 29.

Increase.
$

283,677,400 00

..

201

.

backs

coin and currency

:

In the

fp*st place, the delays which have taken place have been

the Persian Gulf

cable, while, secondly, so large a portion of the
through foreiga countries that, in the event of war, our com¬
Coin
$98,763,363 91 $88,732,716 44
$10,030,652 47 munications with India would be
immediately severed. Rapid com¬
Currency
13,063,092 12
17,441,332 66 4,378,240 54
munication with our Indian empire is so important that the necessity of
Total coin & cur’cy.
111,S26,461 03 106,174,049 10
5,652.411 93
laying down a more complete cable has for some time been perceived,
The annual interest payable on the debt, as
existing January and the
great success of the Atlantic telegraphs has induced some of
1, and February 1, 18G9, compares as follows*,
the gentlemen engaged in those undertakings, including others holding
ANNUAL INTEREST PAYABLE ON PUBLIC DEBT.
January 1.
February 1.
Decrease
Increase.
important positions, to revive the scheme via the Red Sea, notwith¬
Coin—6 per cents.... $11,079,465 00 $11,079,405 00
$
$
6 “
1881....
17,020,644 00
17,020,644 00
standing that that route failed a few years since. The manufacture o
“
6 “
(5-20’s).
96,154,119 00
96,155,001 00
882 00
submarine cables has, however, improved so greatly since the Red Sea
Total coin interest. $124,254,228 00 $124,255,110 00
$882 00
line failed, hopes are entertained that the present line will prove a
Currency-6 per cents $3,005,S20 00 $3,121,020 00
115,200 00
on

COIN AND CURRENCY IN TREASURY.

route is

“

“

decided

The directors of the

company, which is called
Telegraph Company, limited, are Mr.
$5,101,770 00 $5,263,320 00 $161,550 00
$.
John Pender,of Manchester, Chairman ; Sir James Anderson, Managing
CHANGES IN THE REDEEMING AGENTS OF NATIONAL BANKS. Director; Baron Emile d’Erlanger ; Lieut.-Colonel Glover, R. E., late
The following are the changes in the Redeeming Agents of National Director General of Telegraphs in India ; Lord William Hay, Chairman
Banks for the week ending February 11. These weekly changes of the Anglo-American Telegraph Company; Mr. Thomas Dyson
are furnished by, and published in accordance with an
arrangement made Hornby, Director of the British and Irish Magnetic Telegraph Com¬
with the Comptroller of the Currency.
pany ; Mr. Philip Rawson, and Sir Charles Wingfield, K.C.S.I., M.P.,
3

“

2,095,950 00

2,142,300 00

46,350 00

the

Total currency inter’t.

LOCATION.

NAME OF BANK.

REDEEMING AGENT.

success.

new

British-Indian Submarine

late Chief Commissioner of Oude.

The line is, in fact, an extension of

the

Vermont.

Burlington

,

Vermont.
Newbary.
Massachusetts.
Boston

The First National The Tenth National Bank of New Yoi
k,
3ank of Burling¬
approved in place of The Ninth Na¬
ton
tional Bank.
1
The National Bank The American Exchange National Bank
of Newbury....
of New York, approved in addition
to The National Bank of Redemption
of Boston.
The Atlas National The Importers and Traders National
Bank of Boston.
Bank of New York, approved in

Slace of the St Nicholas National
ank.
New York.
Castleton.
New York.

Lyons....
Ohio.
Columbus.

The National Bank The National Albany Exchange Bank,
of Castleton
approved in addition to The First
National Bank of New York.
The Lyons Nationa’ The Albany C ty National Bank, ap¬
Bank

proved

in

addition to The National

Bank of the State of New York.
The First National The Hirst National Bank of C ncinnati
Bank of Columbne
and First National Bank of Philadel¬

phia, approved in add tion to The

Ohio.

Cordington.

Michigan.
Kalamazoo

Iowa.
Ottumwa

Minnesota.

Faribault....




Central National Bank of New York.
The First National The Third Na ional Bank of Cincinnati,
Bank of Cording¬
aoproved in addition to The First
Natio al Bank of New York
ton
The First National The FirBt National Bank of Boston,
The American National Bmk of De¬
Bank of Kalama¬
troit and lhe Third National Bank
zoo
of Chicago, approved in* addition to
The 8 irst and Central National banks
of New York.
The First National The Union National Bink of Chicago,
Bank of Ottumwa.
approved in addition 10 The Tenth
National Bank of i\ew York.
The First National The Importers and Traders National
Bank of New York, and The City
Bank of Faribault.
i

National Hank of Chicago.

Anglo-Mediterranean Telegraph Company, whose cable now extends
The new company has leased and possesses
the power of purchasing the land lines belonging to the Telegraph to
India Company, so that the line to be c nstructed and laid down will
commence at Suez, touch at AdeD, and then stretch across to Bombay.
The capital of the company is large, viz.: £1,200,000, in 120,000
shares of £10 each; but as soon as the line is completed to Bombay,
efforts will be made to extend it to Ceylon, and from Ceylon to Aus¬
tralia. The prospectus will shortly appear of the Indian and Austra¬
lian Submarine Telegraph Company, so that if the last two companie
meet with success, India can be reached by four routes.
In the money market there has been continued quietness, but the
rates of discount have not materially changed. In consequence, how¬
ever, of an increasing export demand for the precious metals, a slight
increase of firmness has been apparent.
The supply of money is st 1
good ; but there is some revival of fresh enterprise, and it is to be hoped
that an absorption of our supplies of idle money will gradually take
place. The following are the quotations for money, compared with
to

Alexandria, in Egypt.

those of last year :

1868. 1869.
Per cent. Per cent.
Bank minimum....
2
3

Open-market rates:
30 and 60 days’ bills 1%@1%
8

months, bills

1%@1%

2%@...

I
4 months, ba’k bills
6 months’ba’k bills
4 and 6 trade bills.,

no68.
1S69.
cent. Per cent.

1%@1%
1%@8

2%®*%
2J*(8)3

2 @2% 8 @4

THE

202
On the Continent the money

CHRONICLE

[February 13, 18 6j.

active, and consequently the leading mercantile houses are able to get
their bills discounted on
very easy terras.
at the leading cities :
In the iron districts, business is still
very active, and the upward
movement in prices has continued to
r-B’k rate-^ r—Op. m’kt—*
B’k rate--* /—Op. m’kt-'
progress.
This activity is due in
1S68. 1869.
1808.
1868. 1869.
1868.
1869.
1809.
a
great measure to the extension of railway communications throughout
At Paris
5
Turin...... 5
2% 2%
2-2% 1 %-2
Vienna
4
4
4
4
Brussels
2%
2% 2%-3
2%-? the world.
Russia has of late given out extensive orders for
railway
Berlin
4
4
Madrid
5
2%
3%
Frankfort. 2% 3%
3-3% iron, and as soon as the navigation of the Baltic is reopened large ship¬
l%-2
3%
2%
Hamburg —
Auist’rd’in 3% 2%
8-9
6 0%
St. Petb’g. 7
3
2
6%
ments will be made.
The importance of railway communications to
In the rates of foreign exchange a downward movement has been Russia
cannot be over-estimated.
So vast a tract of territory neces
apparent, and the export demand for gold has increased. The Indian sarily requires an extensive network of
railways in order to bring one
exchanges are firmer, and at Bombay the rate for bank bills on London portion of it into rapid communication with another. Besides
which,
has been as high as 2s. 1-1 fid. the
rupee.
There has, consequently, the produce grown in the inteiior requires to be conveyed to the coast
been an improved inquiry for silver and the
quotation has had an at a low charge, or else the Russian farmer is certain to be beaten by
upward tendency. Dollars are in good demand for the China market. the farmers of other nations in which the
railway system is more com¬
The following are the prices of bullion:
Bar gold, 77s. 9d.; do fice^ plete. With a
proper development in this respect, however, farming
77. 9^d j do refinable, 78s ; Spanish doubloons, 7fis.(d;77s.; South Amer¬
in Russia can be carried on at a distance from
navigable rivers, and
ican doubloons, 74s@74s. 6d.; linked States
gold coin, 76J@fs.; fine hence the yield of the laud will be increased. The facilities of com
bar silver, 60|-*.; dore do, Cl Js.;
Mexican dol munication will also in
fine cake silver,
many ways lead to an increase of prosperity;
lars, 69}b.; five-franc pieces, 69|@59gs. per ounce.
the peasantry will visit the towns more
ations in

matket has continued quiet. The alter¬
Annexed are the quotations

prices have been unimportant.

■——

—

...

..

—

—

...

—

.

I he Consol market has been rather dull towards the close of

the

week in consequence

of the increasing deman 1 for gold for expoit.
During the earlier part of the wtek, however, the market was steady’
and prices ruled firm.
Annexed are the highest and lowest quotations
on each
day of the week :
.

Week

ending Jan.

30| Monday.
|93

Consols for money

United

'
Tuesday SCJ ^

N (7=!

Thur.

Friday.

Sat.

i

-93% 93%-93% 93%-93%

93

-93?* 93

-1)3% 93%-93%

States

Five-Twenty bonds have continued in demand for
investment, and prices have ruled firm. Atlantic and Great Western
Railway securities have realized higher prices, and Erie and Illinois
Central Railway shares have ruled firm.
The highest and lowest
prices of the principal American securities on each clay of the week are
subjoined:
p
Week

ending Jan 50 Monday. Tuesday. Wed’day Thu’day. Friday. Sat’rday

U. S. 5-20’s, 1882.... 75 % 75% 75%-75% 15%-75% 75%-75% 75%-75% 75%-75%
C. S. 5-20s, 18-5. ... 73%73%-.... 73%-74
73%- ... 74 -.... 74

IT. S. 10-408, 1904.
72%-72% 72%-72% 72%-72% 72%-72% 72%-72% 72%-72%
Atlantic & G’t Western consol’d bonds
45%-.... 45 -45% 45%-40
46%45%-4G% 45%-46%
Erie Shares ($ 100).. 26 -20% 25%-20% 26 -25% 26 -20% 20%-26% 26 -20%
Illinois shares ($100) 92%-93
92 -92% 92%-.... 92 192 -.... 92 -9%
..

frequently, will become

inocu’ated with the customa and

their want9

WHEAT.

Imports.

,

Letters from Frankfort state that

From—

steady demand for investment
prevailed for United States Five-Twenty bonus, and that prices ruled
a

1867-8.

Sept. 1 to Dec. 26
Week ending Jan. 2
“

“

c

“

“

“

firm.

“

Sept. 1 to Dee. 26
Week ending Jan. 2
“

“

20,998,478

21,481,674

Public deposits
5,541,452
Private deposits
14,447,994
Government securities 11,023,211
Other securities
18,230,772
Reserve
8,579,174
Coin and million
14,461,224
5 p. c.
Bank rate
Consols
89%
38h. 6d.
Price of wheat
Mid. Upland cotton... 22%d.
40 mule yarn, lair 2d
2s. 5d.
quality

4,145,939
13,390,352

Circulation

15,032,523
FLOUB.

date since 1865:
1S66.
£

1867.
£

23,303,520
6,161,542
18,643,429
13,111,069

1868.

3,545,269

“

1869.

£

24.082,263

871,159
684,485
825,954
387,451

9

Total

“

-

1865.
£

cwt. 13,263,474

16
23

The

following statement shows the present position of the Bank of
England, compared with the state of its resources at this date since
1865.
It also exhibits the minimum rate of discount, the
price o,
Consols, wheat, middling Upland cotton, and No. 40 mule yarn at this

“

9r

16
23

'

1,309,737
80,958
60,771

Eotal

»

,

Exports.

,

1868-9.

1867-8.

1868-9

9,892,351
444,148
358,169

128,853

506,696

3S9,4*>0
9,118
2,338
1,485

636,829

4,997

11,838,193

407,393

676

1,990
1,110
182,529

^

28,156

15,693

311
727
1 35
152

440
872

51,964

1,224,198
19,648
82,698
100,213
98,561

1,544,119

1,585,318

29,481

17,634

60,689

£

23,514,880
4,025,377
19,956,158
15,KH.7J0
16,920,136
9,2:14,395
18,826,097

there observed ;

will find
augmented, and will be compelled to supply those wants
by raising more produce from the land. With the growth in the pro¬
duction of the land, there will, of course, be an augmentation of wealth,
and in due course the population will increase. Hence the
develop¬
ment of the railway system will result in the more
rapid development
of Russia in wealth and strength.
The wants of India, with regard to
railway iron, are also very great, and extensive purchases have been
made on that account.
For the United States large transactions were
entered into in the course of last year; but the demand is now
greater.
The weather has become frosty, and the condition of the wheat
brought forward for sale this week has materially improved. Farmers
have not, however, thrashed out freely, and the
supplies offered
throughout the country have been somewhat restricted. Millers have
purchased with more freedom, and the result has been that prices have
improved 2s. per quarter. Barley is also rather dearer, and malting
produce still commands a high price. The following is the statement
of the imports and exports of wheat and flour for the season :
manners

Letters from Manchester state that

323
306

although prices remain firm on
whole, and producers act with considerable confidence and show
little anxiety to sell, the market has been very quiet, and the tendency
18,105,480 18 S-.:0,422 22,319,625
has been in favor of
8 p. C.
2 p. c.
3 p. c.
3% p. C.
buyers. Just when there seemed to be a prospect
86%
90%
93%
93%
of a demand
springing up a few days since, the Liverpool market*
45s. 6d.
62s. 2d.
71s. 4d.
52s. 4d.
14% d.
lb%d.
which had been previously active, became
7%d.
ll%d.
suddenly quiet and dull, and
the immediate consequence was that buyers withdrew or held back the
2s. Gd.
Is. 9%'d.
Is. 2d.
ll%d.
January is usually a slack month, but this year commercial, offers which they contemplated making. There is, however, consider¬
affairs are certainly encouraging, and a probability exists that able confidence that something like present prices are tolerably safe,
business will now steadily improve.
The prosecutions ol the directors and that a trifling concession would bring buyers into the market. Flat
news from
of defunct companies continue, and so long as such is the case much
Bombay to the 2let instant, and also dull advices from
caution is certain to be observed ; but, on the other hand, one great Calcutta and China, have added to the previous indiepisition of ship
cause which was checking the return of confidence viz., the
alleged pers to these markets to give out orders, and the market suffers from
warlike attitude of the Continental powers seems to have been removed, the absence of demand in this department.
Last week, like the
-and the belief in a peaceful future is more generally entertained, present, commenced very quietly, but in the middle of the week a
Europe, however, is still in arms, and is ready for a fight, but the fact brisk demand for coHon sprang up. At the end of the week the cotton
that not one of the Continental Powers was disposed to enhance the receipts proved to fo. larger than had been anticipated ; and it was
difficulties of the Turco-Greek question, has led to the conclusion that asserted, besides, that a large quantity of cotton which ha 1 been for¬
notwithstanding the enormous preparations for war there is no inclina¬ warded overland sine.- the beginning of September had to be added t°
tion in any quarter to run to su^h an extreme.
With the exception of the stock, and the marked became quieter in consequence. The action
Greece, Europe has endeavored to preserve the peace, and has so far and necessities of epeculat ra in cotton for future delivery, sometimes
succeeded. It is undoubtedly to be ascribed to this cause that trade causing them to buy and sometimes to sell cotton which has been con
wears a more cheerful aspect, and it may be hoped that so
long
an traded for, have a capricious effect upon the value of the nw material.
assurance is given that peace will not be broken, the mercantile men of
Engllgli Market Reports—Per Cable.
Europe will devote their time and their capital to trading operations.
It is some encouragement that the trade of this year has opened with a
The daily dosing quotations in the markets of London and Liver,
fair degree of animation.
Some departments are rather buoyant, and, pool for the past week, have been reported by submarine telegraph aa
on tho whole, a healthy tone prevails ; but at the same time the banks
shown in the following summary :
and discount houses continue extremely cautious, and require good
London Money and Stock Market.—Consols ruled steady at about
security before making advances. The demand for choice bills is very 9 3£ for both money and the account, but toward the latter part of the




9,805,540
19,414,046
6,752,^55

19,190,383
11,083,137

22,523,345

11,068,246
16,616 358
13 815,095

<•

the

THE CHRONICLE.

[February 13,1869.
week the market

weakened

a

203
EXPORTS FROM NEW YORK FORTITE WEEK.

little and prices close at §@| per cent

1803.

1307.

1800.

18t>9.

$2,000,313
Five-Twenty have beeu firm and active* For the week
$3,777,207
$3,040,850
$2,073,180
14,777,193
23,32^,0:3
10,789,051
10,578,713
and the quotation has advanced fully 1 per cent on the current rates of Previously reported
Since Jan 1
$27,099,880
$20,430,501
$19,250,893
$17,437,500
the previous week.
Railway shares have ruled at better prices and
close higher than la3t week.
The value of exports from this port to different countries (exclusive
United States bonds at Frankfort have
of specie) for the past week, and since January 1, compared with the
again advanced in sympathy with the Loudon market, and clo e
to-night at 80 J.
corresponding time of last year, 13 shown in the following table :

concession.

United States

%
93 H
7 6%

25%

93
93

77
94

77*4

77%

94

91>-

25

21%

21%

25

01

70%
93 %
25%
4U%

40

Fri

93
931 u

40%

60

38%

93 %
93 >8

9»/8
93%
70.7a

93 %

93 %

Thu.

Wed.

Tnes.

Mon.
93‘a

Rat.
63

Consols for money
44
for account....
U. 8. 6’s (5 20’s) 1862..
Illinois Central shares.
Erie Railway shares ..
Al l. &G. W. (consols).

'

1*3)4

Since Jan. 1.

daily closing quotations for U. S. fi’a (1862) at Frankfort were—

Frankioit

80%

80%

F0% %

SO**'

80%-%

80%

Liverpool IJ readstuff's Market.—The different articles under this
head have ruled generally steady, with the exception of Peas, which
are weak at 3d.@6d. decline.
Oats advanced 2d. to day and close at
3s. fid,, and Red Western Wheat Id., closing at 9?. lid.
Flour, (Western)

(No.2 Mil.

Wheat

p. bbl
Red) p. oil

(California white) “
Parley (Canadian), per bush
(Am. & Can.) per 45 lbs

20
0
9 10
4
It
32 0
31
0
r>
0

9 10

11
32
31
5
*>

Outs

0

41

4
0
0
0

•

»>

•!

>

O

41

0

11
33
31

4
0
3

5

0

»>
• >

q

*>

41

“

70

41

O

0
0

•5

6

D

43

0

31
5

43

0

again declined—on

0

Mon-

J jird has been weak at

0
0
0
0
0

97
59
78

.

70

0
0
0
0

59
77
70

Tim

Wed.

Tues.
s. d.
100 0
97 0

Mon.
s. d.
100 0

Sat.
s. d.

“

9 11
11
4
33 0
31
3
5 0

»)

>

b.

Bacon has also declined fid.

ion.

Lard (American)
Cheese (tine)

•

0

fid.

ropping to 9Vs.

q

q

O
D

0

0
10
4
0
3
0

9
11
3 i
31
5

Market.—Bra f lias

102
97
59
7i

p.

.20.

Frid20 0
9
11
11 4
33 0

Tim.
B. (I.
20 0

Wed
d.

Tiles.
s. d.
25 0
9 10

Mon.
s. d.

Sat.
d.
20 0
p.

d.

p.

p.

100
97

1(10

59

0

77
40

0
0
0

0

0
O
0

97
59
77

0.
0
6
0

0

70

0

Fri
d
97
<*7 0
5* ,
77
70 «

d.

b.

Rosin (com Wilra ).per 112
Fine Pale...
14
do

lbs

Sp turpentine
41
Petroleum (std white) .p. 8 lbs.
ppirit.s
per8 lhs
rallow (American)..p 112 lbs.
44

30
2
0
40

(obi),

p

ton £..

Linseed oil ..per ton.... 30

h>;
3

Mon.

Sat..

LIns’d cake

3
0
9
0

0

10

I)
0

(i
10
30
2

9

10
32

0

0

8%

46

3

2
0
40

d.
0 3
15 0
32 0
s.

0
0
0

2

8%

40

3

3
0
0
0
8
0

0

15
31
2
0
40

0

0

Weil

Tit.

Th
8. d.

Wed.

To.
s. d.
0 3

Mon
p. d.

3

d.
0
3
15 0
33
2
0

I,

12..——SNeactuiornitls

Total since Jan.
Same time m
1808.

1805
1,3b i
1803
1802...
1801

...

Sugar(No. 12Dchstd)
per 112 lb;
Sperm oil

0

Wed.

Toes.
£0 58 G

€0 5.1 0

Th.
€0 59 0

Fri.
£0 59 0

30

0

3(00

30 0
95

0 0

37

0 0

95
37

38 0

.37 3
0 0
0 0

95

0 0

37

8\

O 0

Feb.

37

Imports and Exports for the

a

general merchandise, the total being 14,625,828, against $5,230,347
last week, and $6,070,336 the previous week. The exports are $2,660,313
this week, against $3^,705,274 last week, and $3,080,903 the previous
week. The exports of cotton the past week were 6,026 bales, against
2,093 bales last week. The following are the imports at New York
for week euding (for dry goods) Feh. 5, and tor the week ending (fo*general merchandise) Feb. 6 :
FOREIGN IMPORTS AT NEW YORK FOR THE WEIK.

1305.

Drygoods
General merchandise..

$1,741,870

l’otal for tho week..

$0,574,930

Previously reported...
'

Since Jan. 1

In

our

1,833,000

1800.

$2,414,179
3,314,*29

1807.

$2,598,298
2,448,700

$1,887,580
2,738,218

$5,729,808

$5,017,004

25,170,072

19,103,417

13,505,013

*4,025,823
20,58 ,531

$31,745,003

$24,842,785

$18,552,017

$25,212,302

report of the dry-goods trade will be

found the imports of dry

goods for one week later.
The following is a statement of the exports (exclusive of specie) from
the port of New York to foreign ports, for the week ending Feb. 9 :




810

3i8l7’l03

.

7,341,503
5,540,329

.

....

tain

.

J4,079,802

.

177,067
1,034,569

.

j

1857

'

7,722,738
2.613,313
563,447
783,698
2,045,043

..

1850

..

1855
1KM.T-1853

1852...,.*

5—St. Cimbria, Havre,

Feb.

Gold
Silver
0—St. U sing

$381,310
56,172

Star, Asp-

imvall,
Gold
Silver

805

13,600

$459,062

141,732

1809

$000,794

....

following forms present a summary of cer¬
weekly transactions at the National Treasury and Custom House.
held by the U S. Treasurer in trust for National banks

Date.
7
Nov.

Jan.

9

TotaL.

$379,555,980

38,106,350
3£073,0 0
37,948.350

379 620,950
379,639,354
383.492.950

341,038,6(H)

37.554.850

341,721,900
311,827 DIM)
311,942,41*0
342,016,900
342,130,400
312,306,400

30,729,350

379,193,450
378.451.250
348.206.250
377.577.750
377.408.250
377.528.750
377.663.750
377,724,960

341,514,000

311,500,301
3i\544,600

36,37',350
35,635,350

342,512,G< 0

35,391,350
35,391,350
35,297,350
35,2 >7,350
35,047,350

342,555,600

.

10...
:*3
it
30...
Feb.
0...

Depos:its.

$38,060,350

It...
21...
28...
5...
12
19...
20
2...

Dec.

For IJ. S.

For Circulation.

..

34,492,3f0

-

t i

-

..

.

377.559.950

377,048,250

(weekly and rggregate), and the
(including worn-out notes) returned, with the amount in circuhunk currency issued

amount

ation at date
Week
end in
Nov.
it

i

t

Dec.
kk

it
it

Notes is sued.

week,
$83,61*0
113,400
159,030
132,680
164,430
131,330
142,851)
49,810
168,020

Current

n

4

•

11
21
28
5
12.
19
26

44

:

,

1 r

Jan
1808.

3’4GG

3 508 168

Total since Jan. 1

tt

considerable increase in

1859
1858

$8,793,388

Nationai. Treasury.—The

Wekk.—The imports this week show

goods, but

$4,211,332

.

tt

considerable decrease in dry

325,500

Same time in

Previously reported.

“■

a

Span, doubloons.

Total for the week

0 0

‘JOMMEIiCiAL AND MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

95,230
2,000

$996,953
3,214,379

1—Brig Emma Dean,

it

0 0

2,280

.

....

.

.

0 0

Foreign silver.

0—St. Bienville, Havana,
Doubloons
American silver.

Curacoa,
Gold
$2,092
’
488
Silver
4—St. Fall Kee, Hamilton,
Gold
2.000
Silver
2,000

38 9
90

2,000

American gold ..
7,500
4—St Deutschland, Bremen,
American gold..
3,009

follow'd:

it

37 0
95 0 0

Amorieaan silver.
4—Sell Wanderer, Para,

1,1809

.

95 0 0

Whaie oil

Mon.
€0 58 0

81,111

imports of specie at this port during the past week have been

The
as

“

Sat,.

559,755

Total for tho week

it

Linseed (Calcutta) ..£0 5S

411,185

following will show the exports of specie from the port of New
ending Fob. 6, 1869 :

Previously reported

London Produce and Oil Markets.—The

steady.

299,679
4'1,513
113,040
140,278
395,828
405,399
73,038

52,415
198,082

Havana,

0

prominent feature of inter¬
est in this market has been the excitement in Sugar, which continues
without abatement at the close, the last price being 38s. 9d. per cwt.,
on the
spot, and 28«. 6d. afloat. Sperm Oil has again advanced £1^
closing at £96. Calcutta Linseed lus shown some activity and a gain
of la. has been established in th i quotation.
Whale O.l continues

201,532
533,365

Fib. 1—St. Arzonn, A spin wall,
Ameiiean silver..
$2,000
American silver..
19,174
American gold...
1,800
44
2 -St. llolsatia, Paris,
35 ),000
American gold...
11
2—St. llolsatia, Havre,
Gold bars
180,400
“
4—St. Morro Castle,

.€11 5 0
80 lu 0

10 0 30 10 0 3J 10 0 30 ID 0 80 10 0

207.31S
840,042

York for the week

0
0
8

40

570,541
118,303
1,000,810

Venezuela
British Guiana
Brazil
Others. American ports.
All other ports

Fri.

Til.

13,150
176,4^4
377,473
929,391

291,050

..

Hayti

Fri.
s.

139*9:ii

Other Weft Indies
Mexico
New Granada..

The

108*507
51-8,495

317,083,

Cuba

Linseed Oil £30 1 Os
Sat.

79,819

254,529
700,113

Other Southern Europe..
East Indies
China and Japan

p.

Idverpool Produce Market,—Common Rosin is quoted 3d. better,
while Fine Rosin has lost Is.
Spirits Turpentine has been active and
advancing, closing to-n:ght at 83s. per 112 lbs.
Refined Petroleum
has rued steady at 2^., but Spirits have declined 11.
Tallow also
has lost 3d., closing at 40s.
l.inseed Cake is quoted at £ii 6s. and

1,070,047

—

Australia
British N A Colonies

Liverpool Cotton Market.—See special report of cotton.

1,324 747
880,030
1,920,409

Europe.

Spain
The

$9,930,228

480.941
598.942

.,

Other Northern

1808.

$9,01)4,285

Great Britain
France
Holland and Belgium....

Germany

Same time

1809.

To

30

121,010
lll,43i)
134,470
201,200

6

295,460

9
16
23

tt

tt

44

Feb.

..

..

3.—Fractional currency
Treasurer and distributed

“
“

•

310,604,276
310,723,2 *0

310,855,970
311,020,100
311.151,730

311,294,086
311,388,890
311,550,910
311,677,920
311,792,350
311,920,826
312,128,020
312,333,4 0

returned.

$10,515,01*1
10,615,351
10,821,907
10,127,120
11,145,994
11,294,547
11,431,972
11,021,852
11,878,297
11,842,747
11,998,073
12,180,000

12,382,260
12,514,140

Notes in
Circulation

$299,934,870
299,948,920
299,901,380
299,835,564
299,874,409
299,857,189
299,862,119
2 *9,767,04 4
299,678,693
299,826,179
1‘99,794,283
299,746,766
299,746,766
299,789,34 7

received from the Currency Bureau by U. S.
weekly ; also the amount destroyed :
$630,200

Distributed. Destroy’d

$467,996

526,500
561,982

14
21

33

Notes

,

Aggregate.
$310,450,876

Received.

Week ending.
Nov.
7
“

.

*

356,117
665,368

$426,700

402,KK)

454,589

269,000

600,800

204
Dec.

THE CHRONICLE

4
12
l’>
20
2

t k

iw
44

J;iD.

553 000
4 17,000

9
44

374>207

012,000
420,289
3 18,768
444,315
301.0*0
470.833

10

Ifc

23

44

Feb.

from

Aspinwall, arrived
consignees

$00,011 00
00
50.055 ]>

553,000 ((*

R. Davidson it Co
Donoho , Kelly .t Co
Wells, Fargo A Co
Laza d rreres

kfc

“

TER

$517,520 Hi

uilicr

55,050 47

arrivals ol treasure

638,618

mio in

n

6
14
21

35,UUD 00

Total

$855,880 02

At '’ate.

Rising Star.

Cl

Chau

“

...

Alaska

.

Rir-ing Star...
Confctitution..

9

commence¬

$5S9,7';5

manufacturing.
A New Invention.—Attention

already sold, it is

80 A 031

suggested that

a

Dames

I Lower grades

8 @ 9
9 @10
12 @15

activity and buoyancy.

bonds to

ties at

London and Frankfort has continued

The

subsidies,

appears bo be regarded as
interest ot the public creditors and

1,335,351
1,80s,52?
2.540.020

855,887

lately shown in Congress,

indicating

able.

Ibices here have

sympathiz'd very directly with this advance

abroad, the market being now
per cent higher than a week
ago.
The rise in prices does not appear to have brought on the
market an amount of bonds
equal to the shipments abroad, and eome

is

the remainder.

secure

single

expenditures and c rporate
a due regard for the
ns the
beginning of a reaction
from an era of
extravagance. Much confidence also appears to be
felt in the administration of Gen Grant
proving moderate a d con¬
servative. It is to this
change in opinion that the>advance of our
bonds to unprecedented
figures.in the European markets is attribut¬

$580,705

called t> the advertisement of a
“Patent Horse Hitch” iti another columu.
It i9 claimed that it is the
best thing of the kin 1 in the market.
As most all the

to

7 @8

more conservative
spirit
relative to the finances and to
public

Since Jan. 1

3,401,913
The Patent “Adder.”—The
Addometer, advertised in another
column is an invention which will be
appreciated b? any (ne having to
make laborious calculations,
T he agents in New York
report that they
are receiving o rders
already for the article to an extent which promises
a fortune in ii for
any one prepared to buy the right aud coimntuc
...

wen

ernment.

213,107
53',419
473,172
73-,503

...

ace v

Arizona

.

4 months

do

to advance, the
quotation to-day at the former city
being 77:f and at Frankfort
Acccording to the advices of foreign bankers here, this
improvcinei) in the foreign markets is due to a bona Jide investment
demand, based upon an improved standing of the credit of our (Gov¬

$53,257 23

from

Steamship.

,

I

$137,503 27

CONSTITUTION

shippers

(Good endorsed bills, 3 &

The ship¬
Europe noted in our last have been followed by
further consignments this
week, miking the total shipments within
the last 14
days probably close upon $5,000,000. Notwifhstandjng tjiis additirna! supply to the foreign markets, the
price of Fivements of

13,601- 00

San Francisco since the
the year, are shown in the
following statemeh:

28.
Feb. 6
“

741,600

Parrott & Co

12 i.nOO ou
73.410 15

JPcr cent

United States Bonds.—The market for
governments is less
subject to the systematic efforts of dea’ers to depress
prices, and
bonds have shown an unusual

582,420

Total

STEAMSHIP

@ 7

,

024,408

351,203

Fred rrobsf it Co...
Isaac it Ash

'51,000

TREASURE

tn.

months

:

Lees «fc Waller

J

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

gteamship Rising Star, from
port Feb. 6, with treasure tor the following

at this

Per cent.
7 &

Call loans

(Ja1.1fornia. —The

Diincan, Sherman & Co...
Eng ne K* 11 y A Co.
Dairney. M -Vgan A. Co

Date.

-

001,831

0

ment of

311,0<*0
607,500
201,084
251,3' 0

1,* 51. >77

Treasure

The

605,900

810,978

455,000
378,543

[February 13, 1869.

territory is
speedy application will be necessary

of the issues

are scarce.

'I here appears to

be a very considerable
outstanding, and hence bonds are
in active
borrowing demand, the followi: g being the rates of interest
paid on the currency advanced against the bonds loaned : tSixtytwos, 5@G ; Sixty-fours, G ; Sixty fives, old, “ flat ” to 2 ;
Sixty
fivt s, new, 5@G ; Sixty-sevens, 4
; Ten-forties, 4@5 ; United States
amount of “ short” contracts still

&l)e Bankers’ ©alette.
DIVIDENDS.
The following Dividend has been declared

Bonds to Pacific

during the past week:

Railroad, 4.
probability of Congress adopting the bill forbidding* any
Wther issues of bonds, beyond the small amount
yet unissued
against the retired Seven.thirties, and requiring tho^e bonds to be
disposed of by public tender, whenever sold, has had a salutary
effect on the market,
adapted as it is to avert sudden fluctuations
through unexpected secret sales of securities :
The following are the
closing prices of leading government
securities, compared with preceding weeks:
The

name

or company.

ha Jro

prel\.

Sterling Fire
St. Nicholas

American

WHKRE PAYABLE

11
Coal

4
5
2

Feb 20.
.March 1.
Feb 2D.

BOOKS CLOSED.

Company’s Ofliee.
Company’s Ofliee.

5
5

Cbie. 6c Alton, com 6c
Northern (Jcutral
liot-r. Hi e.

e

WHEN

PAY’RLE

n,

.

Oswego 6c Syracuse

Ulna

per
ce;nt.

Feb 15.
Feb iO.

Company’s Office.
Company's Ofliee.

3
4

Mareli 10.

(,'omprny’s Office.
Company's Office.}

neuiH

Lot •ust Mountain Coal A- Iron

—

Feb. 18.

Company's Ofliee.

j
Feb. 27.

Friday, February 12, 1809, P. M.

The Monet

Market.—The last

l ank

statement

showed

no

changes cl importance. In the legal tenders there was a de¬
crease of $1,323,000, which indicated an efflux of
currency from the
city; while in the loans there was an increase of $1,370,000; the
other changes were nominal. The
changes in the averages, though
not important, were not calculated to
encourage loaning operations
The loan market presents no features of

special interest. The
supply of funds is well regelated with the demand, and the market
being free from speculative interference, there is a healthy, steady
feeling. Yery little currency is coming from the interior, and the
shipments to the South have been on a larger scale, some of the
banks having sent as much as $100,000
per day. This long con-

fnued flow of currency southward is a somewhat unusual move¬
ment, and is to be accounted for only on the supposition that while
the South is

realizing a large amount upon its cotton it is
buying
goods from the North very sparingly. The effect upon the money
market is very evident; the legal-tenders in the banks are
kept at
a very low point, and the rate of interest
ranges higher than is

usual at this

season.

Should the South continue thus to hold

an

unusual amount of the currency sent for
moving its crops the result
may be a very active condition cf the money market at the
opening
of the navigation season, when
amounts of

large

to be forwarded to the seaboard.
On call loana the rate of interest is
steady
collaterals aud G per cent on Governments.

produce will have

at 7 per cent

on stock

The discount market

U.
U.
U.
U.
U.
U.
U.
U.

Jan. 8. Jan. 15 Jan. 22. Jan. 29.
S. 6’s, 1881 coup
...xc.113%
112%
112%
112%
S. 5-20’a, 1862 coup..
112%
112%
113%
1*3%
S. 5-20’e, 1864
“
1* 9*
109%
109%
*S. 5-20’s, 1865
“
109%
109%
110%
1U)%
S. 5 20 8,1865, July cpnxc.108
108*4
108%
108%
S. 5-20 8, 1867, coup.

Feb. 5. Feb. 12.

..

..

....

..

S. 5-20’b, 1668,

S. 10-40’b,

Railroad

..xe.108%

“
“

and

.

.

..

ll'2%
113%
10 %

111

108%

108%

108%

109

.XC.108%

108%

108%

106%

107%.

108%
107%

109%
108%

109%
108%

.

114%
114%
i;i%
118%
110%
110%
110%
109%

Miscellaneous Stocks,—The excitement in
abated, and present symptoms indicate the

the stock market hus

probability of a more or les3 protracted aulness. The occurrence
legislative obstructions, raised in other States, to the completion
of the Erie combination of roads has thrown a
certain degree of
doubt on the ultimate success of the
through route schemes; which*
for the moment, produces a disinclination to hold the stocks in¬
of

cluded

in

the Erie programme#

The stocks, however, are firmly
by parties connected with the promoters of the schemes ; so
firmly, indeed, that as yet no parties have been found willing to
seize tl:e occasion for forcing down these
specialities. Under thi8
held

condition of affairs the market is
or fall
being regardeed as

kept constantly sensitive, any rise
possibly indicating some new turn in

aff irs.

The stocks under the control of tie Yanderbilt
on the whole
strong, excepting New York

party have been
Central, which is kept
in uncertainty by the difference in
opinion as to the legal standing
of the dividend certificates
recently issued. The certificates are
now
being issued on the stock excepted pending the injunction

obtained

Directors

under

the

Jencks’

suit.

It

is

intimated

that

the

contemplate offering convertible bonds in exchange for the
supplied with merchandise paper. The banks are taking certificates as an indirect
way of converting the scrip into stock.
their customer ’ paper liberally,
but little beyond; on the street the
There has been pome foreign demand for railroad
stocks and
most general rate for
prime paper is 8@9 per cent, with light bonds. A large amount of the bonds of the Central Pacific
Rail¬
transactions on specialities at 7
per cent.
road has been sold for
shipment, and that loan is now closed.
The following are the quotations for loans of
various classes ;
Negotiations also are understood to be pending for the sale of a
is well




J

4
5
February 13, 1869.]

THE

CHRONICLE.

large portion of a large portion of the 7 per cent gold bonds of the
K(ckford, Ilock Island and St. Louis Railroad Company to a
European banking house. Further shipments of the preferred
si.ares of the Chicago
and Northwestern Railroad have been made ;
and

The transactions for the
week at the Custom House aod
SubTreasury have been as follows : '='

Feb.

hear of moderate amounts of other stocks
being sent abroad
The transactions of the week have been
quite moderate, and
prices do not vary materially from our last quotations :
The following were the e
osing quotations at the regular board
compared with those of the six preceding weeks :
we

Cumberland Coal
(Quicksilver

Canton Co

Dec. 31. Jan’y 8 Jan’y 15
#

•

....

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

ll

.

•

•

•

.

.

.

.

•

98

Mich,

157*
40*

3-*

fc

1

87*

135"

101*

prel'erre 1

8!*
83*
118*

Rock Island....,
Fort Wayne
x.d.113*
Illinois Central
142
Ohio & Miss
34*
Mihv. & st. Raul.
68*
“
“
.

prf

Tol., Wab. & W’n

as*
69*

338*
91*

83*
88*

122

82*

129

119*

95*

120*
144*.

:
....

31*
72*
91*
02*

133
122

131*

33*

23

75*

....

91*
03

135*

The Gold Market.— Gold continues
weak, the

671.0 <1 57

343,937 33
629,237 90

815,655 22
7o7,lU) 15

$5,657,096 33

$2,169,045 44

Sub-Treasury morning

of Feb, 1.

1,702,849 88
1,655,681 84

$7,863,357 90
83,673,727 38

Balance

95*

93*
120

98*
104*
81*
92*
132

$85,879,988 95
2,206,261 67

receipts of

customs

Included
$70,000 in gold, and $3,093,645

were

in Gold Certificates.
The following table shows the
aggregate transactions at the SubTreasury a series of wteks :

83*

Weeks

91*

Custom
House.
1,887.810

Ending

13 i

NOV.

118*
1 8*

tl75*x.d.79*
(163*
60*

7..
14.

Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

117*
140*
37
35*
64*x.tl *5*

and of various railroad stocks has made
so that at a
period when we are

on

Total amount of Gold Certificates
issued, $385,COO.

in the

105*

price having at
one
time, touched 1341, but again reacting to 13of and closing at
135@£. The large shipments of United States and other bonds

$91,530,085 28
5,657,096 33

during the week

Saturday
Increase during the evening
week

104)3
36*
136*
9 •*
91*
119*
92*

38

x

Total

Receipts.
$711,273 68
1,189,006 33
1,201,675 87
1,372,270 :30

1,095,578 39
1,447,988 10

282 548 03

;

:

Deduct payments

113*

161*

06*

K2

,

Payments.
$916,726 (0

385,804 41
223,071 06

Balance in

‘JBM

117

33*

97*

104

83*
85*

...

79

114*

„

Sub-Treasury

Receipts.
$3r5,046 71

-

o

37*
23*
63*

25*

97*
9*
119*
95*
105*
81*
92*
133*
123*
338*
38*
76*
96* x

95

:ii8*
87*

88*

23*

61

32*

90*

102

24*

117*
163*

96

90*
115

37

23*
121*
163*
38*
134*

Custom House.
1

Fob. 12.

38*

58
25

131*

x.d.94*

116

>.

Northwestern..,
“

55

21*
322*
159*
38*

121*

134

38*
20*

22*

•

....

158*

Reading

•

20*

119*

Erie....
Hudson

•

Jan. 22 Jan. 79. Feb. 5.

....

205

N

21..
28..

J

5

19..
26..
2..
9..

n.

Jan.
Jan.
J n.

.

12..

16..
23..
30..
0..

Payments

36,902,855
8,645,904
10,012,541
9,681,662
12,4 3, •* 99

1,655,204
1,779,309

.

0 V.

r*

1,709,620
1,5.58,656
1,438,373
1,562,102

6,171.S51

8,230,647

1,202.932

5,206.170

1,139,182

13,105,434
11,375,788
7,506,896

1,954,193
2,519.581
2,601,325
2,246,620

10,455,285
10,024,455
5,657,096

•Sub-Treasury
Receipts. Balances.
27,266 90 J

Balances.
Dec.
9,(33 i,952
Inc.
366,617
Inc.
3,839,543
IiiC.
2.563,030
65 ,842
Dec.
Inc.
609,969
Dec.
1,072,596
Inc.
457,452

82,363,664

9,012,521

82.73 '.280

13,852.092

86,5 39,823

12,244,992
11,752,757
9.785,820
7,158,050
5,663,622
9.977,025
10.396,480
9,253,950
13,940,717
7,0 G,62S

8

Changes In

*

.

»,132,854

88.482,011
89.091,9.so
90,019,384

90,476,836
82.347,376
81,368,068

8,129,459

Dec.
Dec.
Inc.
Inc.
Dec.

83,115,122

9.9,308

1,747.051
3,485,432

86 600,554
exchange very abundant ; J111.
2,926.826
S3,673,727
Feb.
2,169,615
7,S63,358
IuC.
usually making good the deficiency
2,260,262
85,879,989
in our trade balance
by shipments ol specie, we have exchange
New York City
Banks.—The following statement shows the
pir cent below tie specie shipping rate.
This fact, together with condition of the Associated Banks
ol New York
the remarkable firmness of United States bonds
City lor the week
abroad, has encour¬ ending at the commencement ol
business on February 6, 1869;
aged an active selling movement. Certain strong
operators, how¬
AVERAGE AMOTTXT OF
ever, regard this course of our foreign
Loans and
exchanges as only temporary*
CirculaNet
Banks.
Legal
Capital. Discounts. Specie.
and therefore take
tion.
$3,000,000 $9,826,640 $8,321,364 $919,000 Deposits Tenders,
large blocks of gold, with a view to controlling New York
Manhattan
$7,007,608 $1,297,973
2,050.000
5,941,881
the market when the
1548,595
10.427
4,212,164
Merchants’
1,121,691
;
3,000,000
period comes that specie must be s nt out. Mechanics
8.134,215
1,721,120 890,472 8,541,759
2,755.983
2,000,000
5,' 33,662
The large amount of coin held
Union
590,695
567,706
4,311,607
648,S90
1,500,000
by these parties produces a good America
4,314,088
808,224
490,719
2,86 ',418
721,254
3,000,000
7,197,378 2,544.8.50
deal of uneasiness
1,710
Phceuix
7,528.302
1,776,992
1,800,j00
among “ short” sellers, lest they should some day City
4,176,068
425,915
534,700
3,' -26,989
677,759
1,000,000
5,124,158
801,794
find gold
172,333
3,083,175
Tradesmen’s
1,000,000
disappearing from the market and the borrowing rate Fulton
3,679,007
42,56'
6,078
1,712,115
649/53
600,000
2,1?2,394
191,i)23
1,610.642
572.648
advanced to. exorbitant
300 000
figures. Loans have been made from Chemical Exchange.... 1,235,000 6,972,034
579.221
1,980,974
Merchants’
5,912,584
“
3.'4S,r91
68,38?
flat” to 7 per cent “ for
National
451,564
2,760,212
827,845
1 500,000
2,922,863
borrowing.” *
169,541
330.410
Butchers’
491,291
1,029,342
S00,000
2.18S100
58,500
1.835,406
263,600
The fluctuations in the
Mechanics and Traders’.
491,800
600,000
2,195,580
gold market, and the business at the Gold Greenwich
27,175
690.503
195,720
2,070,106
200.000
1,110.052
143,0:14
Leather
3,332
721,560
Board during the week
National
600,000
closing with Friday, are shown in the fol_ Seventh Manuf. National. 500,000 2,950,437 330,259 267,196 1,991,883 721,777
Ward,
1,132,442
54.854
176.053
967,541
State of New York
814,374
lowing table :
2,000,000 4.704,382
5< 7,203
4: 0,000
3,740,558
American
1,099,616

Exchange

Quotations.

...

Clos¬

ing.
135*
135*
135*
13 *
135*
135*

Total

Balances
clearings. Gold. Omrency.
54,50 >,0U0 $2,740,878
80S,354
65,284.0(H) 3,201,937 4,372,43*
00.t>77,000 2,550,742 3,68 ,450
1)4,938,000 3,797,528 5,741,778
119,220,000 3,130,906 4,872,430
60,824,000 2,039,825 2,879,303
,

,

Current week
135
134* 135* 135 * 461,449,000 17.4S7,876 25,357,755
Previous week.
136* 135
130* 135* 306,907,000 9,665,844 13,319,564
Jan. 1 ’69. to date.... 134*
134* 130* 135*
The movement of coin and bullion at this

port for the week

ending on Saturday, Feb. 6.

was as

shown in the

following formula:

Treasure receipts from California
Imports of coin and bullion from foreign ports
Com interest paid from U. S.
Treasury in New York

°

$737,503
459,062

1,005,569
$2,192,134

...

$996,953
2,204,389

Withdrawals in excess of reported new
supply
Specie in banks on Saturday, Jan 30.
Specie in banks on Saturday, Feb. 6

3,201,842

1,009,208

27,939,404
.—

Excess of reported supply unaccounled for
Supply received from unreported sources

$154,481

*

Fokeign Exchange.—There is still

855,727

ity of cotton bills|.
but a large amount made
against exports of securities has been
placed on the market; and the demand being very limited, rates
have declined materially, as will
appear from the following com¬
parison of quotations :
The following are the
closing quotations for the several classes
of foreign bills, compared with those of the three
last weeks
bkrs’
Ing
do shrt.

Paris, long,

....

o

....

5.17*05 16*

Hamburg

Amsterdam

Frankfort

41

Bremen
•

109*0 K'«*
110*0 110*

•

....

5.15

....

05.13*

5.12*05.11*

Feb. 5.

109* 0109*
110
(f&llO*
o
5.15*05.15
....

..

.

Feb. 12.
@

....

•

I

....




O 41*
O 41*

78*0 78*
71*0 71*

Mercantile
Pacific

O 41*
41*0 41*
79 O 79*

71*0 7»

41

O 41*
41*0 41*
79 O 79*
71*0 72

Republic
Chatham

People’s

North American
Hanover

Irving
Metropolitan

1,000,000
J.

500.000

4,000,000

Citizens
Nassau

400,000
1.000.000
1,000.000
1,000.000
1,500,000
1,000.000

Market
St. Nicholas
Shoe and Leather
Corn Exchange
Continental
Commonwealth
Oriental
Marine
Atlantic

2,000.000
750.000
300.000
.;

400.000
300,000
1,500.000
2,000.000
500,000
800.000
400.000
,

Importers and Traders’..
Mechanics’ Banking Ass.
Grocers’
North River
East River
Manufacturers & Mer....
Fourth National
Central National
Second National
Ninth National
First National
Third National
New York N. Exchange.
Tenth National
New York Gold Exch’ge

350.000
500,000

1,000,000
300,000
1,000,000

2o6‘,66o
200,000

Bowery National
StuyvBsant

250,000

i

National

T;.al

63,786
28,465

4,856,600
2,363,716
1,355,018

1 S3.860

284,289

1,204,331
18,338,376
1,1(30.052

1,559,238
1 395,0o0
6,283,365
1,299,195
1,888,724
1,86 .‘,216
1,202/296
2,028,100
1,337.259
2, 31.290
2,359,964
1,126,317

787,907
741,313
941 / 05

6.226
516,: 5')
239 127
5, (84
soo.ooo

90.2110
30,764
97,021
127.28 ■
497,274
1,677.712 1,('25.100
3,707
308.340

1,388,550
899,810
7.110,779
15,691,563
1,207.840

854,049

6.685

61,250

731 6s4

1.274,231

1,027,616

36,570
10,396

11,215

1.356.569

283,500

9,223

6! S

1,0 3,515
653,309
95:4,316

5.610,834

642,347 2,929,821
162,870 1,75) ,(>00
270.000
819,354
887,269
797,si S
26/,704
911,100

66,795

^

3.614,213

459.149

3,771.3-28
989,257

205/ 23
5,6'3
97.20
1,146,296
5,707
21,516
6,413

2,709,600
1,339.771

1,701,970
305.052
820.07

* •

7,125
90.000

225,COO

*

t.

1,006,141

6,378

.

4.

t

441.168

535,199
838,095
353,:S3
259,546
447/ 00

1,269,501
1.856,519

131.578
4,0)6

138,353
82,170
47,175
28,196
241,471
22,276
10,075

2.910.S46
2,625.4:46
3.978,500
2,734,595
3,956,079
3,059,218

482,532

3.6?!,70J
2,152,906

188.768

18,152
31.152

682,358

1 576. <65

833,i H'O
284,755

12,i 00

1,65.1,111

8.94(3 028

2,186,164

’

4,261,312

1.482,459
1.092,210

1,793,028

1,965,966
6,066,292
1,333,110
594,9 i 8

4.130.177

13U 59
6.000

40,5545

2,2.51,941
2,511,173
1,605,000
11, >62,019

5,578,! 06
6 309,571

481,006
133,344
849,:>33

1,281,703
161,121

523,961
523,379

Eleve ith Ward

Eight

3 171.'02

3,19J.S14
V 03,264

5,000,000 17,117,957
12,112,828
1 417,5:45

3,000,000
300.000
1,000,000
500,000

Bull’s Head
National Currency

13.915.6)0

10,778,703
1,158,378
5,085.066
3.9 0,662

3,029,080
(28.697

1,449.700
1,807,552
1,8:2.949
2 8,613
621.727
489.972
420.316

,

762.30?

250,000

1,329,763
889,083
253,559
420,178
412,593
839,100

269,000
462,0. 0
465,213
259,760
436,400
249,5* 6
1,793,515
3,083,300
412,919
2H.892
194,344
214.389
154,7:3
3,654.519
3,059,131
369,374
1,505,757

932,328
791,596
2)5,677
509.800
40,000

7*1,860
212,521
*

76,74i
225,048

82,520,200 266,541,732 27,939,404 34,216,436 196,602,899 53,424,133

The deviationsfrom the returns of
Loans

Specie
Circulation..

The

109*01(9*

5 I7'>»(^5.16!,i
5.15 @5.'3*

40*0
40*0
78*0
71*0

1,000,000
1,000,000
422,700
2,000.000
450,000
412,500
1,000,000

.'.

965,227
931,8*50
870,535 5,970,080
96.541
900,000
176,304
797.600

Inc
Inc
Iuc

$1,370 623
.

154,181

.

previous week

Deposits.
Legal Tenders

are as
Dec.
Dec.

15,2SJ

follows:
$°82,563

1,323,436

....

109*(g)109*

5.13*05.1**
5.16*05.15
6.17*05.16* 5.18*^0.17*
5.17*05.16* 5.16*05.15
6.17*05.16* 5.18*05.17*
36 O 36*
30*0 86*
86*0 36*
36*@ 36*
41
41

Antwerp

Swiss

Bwllfl

109*0 109*

scar

Jan. 23.

5.16*05.14*
6.18*©5.11*

do short
n

a

Jan. 22.

109*0 lu‘J*

Ocean

..

$27,784,923

Increase of specie in banks

do
do

Broadway

Park

Reported new supply thrown on market
Withdrawn for export
Withdrawn for customs

London Comm’l.

5,000,000 10,187,270
10,000,000 23,617,713
1,000,000
5,681,781

Commerce

Open-Low-Highing:. est, est.
Saturday, Feb. 6.... 135 135 135*
Monday,
8.... 135* 135* 135*
“
Tuesday, "
9.... 135* 135
135*
Wedn’day, “ 10
135
134* 135*
Thursday, “ 11.... 135* 135* 135*
Friday,
“ 12.... 135* 135* lt5*

41

41
78*
71*

followingare the totals for
Loans.

Nov.

7. 256,612,191
Nov. 14. 249,119,539
Nov. 21. 251,091,UtVI
Nov. 28. 254,386,057
Dec.
5. 269,491,905
Dec. 12. 263,360,144
Dec. 12. 262,434,180

a

series of weeks

Specie.

Circula¬
tion.

16,446,741

84,353,637

175,556,7(8

31,249,564
34,195,068
34,284,563
84,2^4,759
34,205,906

175

16,155 IX)8
17,333,If 3
15,786,277
17,644,264
19,140,778

past:

Legal

Deposits. Tenders.
150,589
184,11 ,340
187,418,835
189,843,817

1>V9,337,415

47,167,207
51,466,693
63,509,944
62,440.206
59,492,476
54,015,865

Aggregate
Clearings.

876,571.601
807,8( 6.548

865,112,000
512,952,800
635,133,399
585,058.469

18,643,584 34,353,758 183,077,228 60,796,133 611,108,133

Dec. 24. 261,312,530
Jin.
2. £59.090,057
9. 258,792,562
Jan.
Jan. In. 262.338,831
Jan. 23. 264.954,619
Jan. 30. 265,171,109
Feb.
6. 266,541,782

17.910,8(5
20,7:6,122

27,881,7.30
29,258,536

31, ,387,114

180.41;0 ,415
1 ,"7,908, 5.’»9
195r484. ,843
197.101.,163

81, ,844.156
31. 279,153
3), ,265,946

National Banks, as

returned

to the

8,1869.
Banks.

Capita

Atlantic

$1,556,473

$750,000
1,01)0.009
1.0(H),(MM)
1,0* 0.0 0

Atlas
Blackstouc
Boston

Specie. L. T. Not cs Depose
$38,612 $511,589
41,6*26

f.oans.

.

‘212

1 .(H 10,000

1,(MM,000
1,000, (MM)
Faneuit Hall.... 1,0(H),(KM)

Columbian...
Continental..

.

8,972

1,198.523
475,231

358.223

1, KM.671
895,993

359.190

452,166
437,688

02.655

ls.OUS

1 4).000
] 10.561

m

1 11.0(H)

1

1,557.722

21 :0 5

1.150 3 4)
1,688,50 7

MHI,(K)0
HOO.IH);)

Maverick

475,016
l().i,992

571,823
798,055
595,902

53.260

>5,701
10,909

2.003
51,042

l.t

93,8(11
218,970
103,617

25,996

8110.610

400.004

411.158
796.122

73U99
713,838
728.981
3.079,892

385,94 7
2

1,22',3>1
2,510.0<»5

400,000
1.01 Ml. 000
75(1,U0()
750, (HK)

Massachusetts..

4 i 1,000

1 819,59'.)

Eliot

Freeman's
Globe
Hamilton
Howa d
Market

198,285
255,153

793,876
792,000
598,460

1,425,843
65-3,581

16.121

*2,7 1 4.594
2,457.455

r>*K).(HI0

$111,254

607,14 1

253 667

10.585

1,867,266
1,102,364
2,168,322

...

Boylston

858,’.63

41,859

2.5 SJ. 301
2.727 123

Circnla.

s.

212,507
441,39!)
354,101
393.852

770,759

91

201,825
8,81 1,127

1,82 (,800
177.415

3,(MH 1,000

7,205.9! 1

226,'.99

1,119,094

Mount Vernon..
200,000
New England.,. 1,(HHI,IM)()
North
1,0(10.000
Old Boston
9(H).(HH)

591.540

8,701

858.698

2.235,550
2,431,571
1,970,1*21
2,(Mil,487

63, NO
88,962

1-10,600
4 11,822
2U8,(I(I0
421,527

2 i 899

232.233

613 913
883,278
970,933

999,703

557,128

728,085

49VJ78

945,295

179,250
705,933

Merchants’

Shawinut
750,000
Shoe A Leather. l.(MM),(MM)
State
2.IMHUKK)

Suffolk
Traders’
Tremout

2.5(4,356

4,478
93 754
411.1 10

422,017

28,277

108,167

019/14

.692,661

7(»,876

890,184

1,831,16 1

791.175

62.017
16.312
1.885

652,007
88,267

1,701 885

791,7*0
174,4(S

725,'OS
882,180
605,184

2,081,77l

8.872,363
1.897.184

lJHMUMM)
800.0(H)
2,000.000

969.671
5,61 Hi,513

l.tHHUHM)

1,811,689
4,973.865
2,529,728
1,859,570
•2,* 07,115
8,298.670
2,3*28.187
3,141,597
2,111,723

1,000,(MH)
3 ,(H)0,(HM)
l.lMKJ.(MM)

lJHKUMM)
1.0) M),<M)()

Hide <fe Leather.
Revere
Union
Webster

1,000.000
1,0()0,0<M)
1,000.000

18,3:5
190,04 t

583,623

1,082,513

265.000
17", 2 0
1 '7,112

1.5,1 16
112,931
1,269
17.17I

158,71s

21,741
24,219

297,185

159

797.50)

615.832
687.*)78
760.M7
1,0 18.1) 1
771.483
1.981,12!;

204.5,0

28,1 5S

954,31,3
596.627

516,671

796,050
451,034
816 819

797,790
786,623
896.064

1,045 2 d
819,877

516,302

878,1 <-7

1"6,016
130,(00

3 7

25), 150
85,628

6,090

50,920

298,669

13,050,000 101,342,4252 ,078,903 1 2.452,735

19,628,837

1,500,(HK)

Everett

2(H),(HH)

2,64';,668
504,(02

Security

200,000

488,438

Total

360.000

48.600

1.176,979
3,694,5tl

Eagle

366,000
59 4,258

•

1,809,721

750JMH)
1 .(HMI.(MM)

Exchauge

79 4,'.Mil

3.741,902

600. (MM)
2.<MH),(KM)

Washington

291,530
473,000
861.710
125,161

797,103

691.962
960.7 AS

8,275,577

1.5(H),(MM)

First
Second (Granite)
Third
B’kol Commerce
B’k of N. Amor.
B’k of Kedeinp’n
B’k of the Repub.

....

801,043

The deviations from last weeks returns
Fnc
Dec.
.

,

Specie

d'lie follow iug tie*

87,8.6

Her
Dec
Dec.

Deposits.!.

$653,567
1

| Circulation.

comparative

i

to tale for

a

25,292,057

follow.

are as

Legal teudeir notes

Capital

490,333

scries ol

511,160
561,575
20,S'JU

is
we ok

past

Legal
Lomis.
2

99,720.762

Specie.
729,-830

9
16
23
30
7
14
21
28

1)4,770.131
98,688,779

1.229,781
1,212,085

11,70!,307
11,120,415
10,961,899

97.8/4.999

1,196,098
1.0.10,427

10,931,225
11,129,836

952,521

10,459,1 13
11,824,575
12,498,5-0
12,510,962
12,938,832
12,864.7 0
12,992,827
13,2'8,874
1 3,961,225

Nov.
Ik
kfc
kk

Ik

Dec.
4k

4k
kk

Jan.

97,612,382
9-1,001,8] 2
98,770,840
98,813,248
98,659,773
98,423,641

4..

4k

11

kk

18
25
1
8

kk

Feb.
44

Tenders.

915,630
882,581
781,299
2.203,101
3,675,844

100,727,007
102,205,209
102,959,912
103,696,858

2.677,0x8

2,391,790

2,161,284
2,07.3,908

104,342,125

Deposits. C'i

12,452,795

25.

37,335,519
34,970,223
35,111,817
36,615,167

25,
25.
25.

37.999,972
: 7,337,021
86,797,963

37,53.8,767
3-',0X2,891
1,717.193
39,051,717
4

•j,228,462

39,69 3,887

2,201,000
2,341,(MM)
500,000 2,397,000
250,090 1,394,00)
250,000 1,160,727

810,000
800,000

Commercial
Mechanics’
Bank N. Liberties
Southwark

Kensington
Penn Township...
Western
Manufacturers’
B’k of Commerce..
Girard
Tradesmen's
Consolidation...

City

500,(MM)

1,371,722

400,000

1,405,708

Sixth
Seventh

4.(MM)

538,(MM)

13,520

538,(MM)
052, (MM)

10*550
15,012

i‘4i6

1,594,300
909,466
1,000,000 3,271,000 27. (MM)
200,000 1,291,671
3,69 T
MK>,0U0 1,096.662

250,(MM)

Eighth

275,0<M)

Central
Bank of

750,000

Republic
Exchange

*

L. Tend.

1.168,508
DM),033
1,871, (MM)
1,476,000

.

..

239,000
211,463

991,899

174,543

1,423,304
325,300
921,925
210,011
638,944
802,000 2,274,000
865,257
295,774

6,620
443,030
217,6:50

17,912

259,936
453,895
338,909

814,000

2,700,000 30,000

1,000,000 1,843,(MM)
803,(MM)
300,000

583,000
180,646

1,415,(MM)
1,592,000
3,837,000
860,000
534,245

363,(MM)

1,154,000

764,(MM)

226,071

759,396
707,170
959,163

255,400
1 SI,320
98,000
190,000
210,(MM)
592,(MM)
343,000
214,000

270,(MH)
362.747

213,300
450,000
221,000
797,(M)()

259,575
131,(540
135,000
219,000
235.500
593,000
417.500
175,000

282,000

646,000

631,000
1,865,(MM)
1,109, (MM)
713,000

16,017,150 53,059,716 337,051 13,785,595 40,080,399 10,586,552

Capital

Irfans

Increase. $426,903

specie

Increase




.

31,209

g

Amount.

c5

Continental.

.... —

Exchange*

Currency
Dry Dock

...

’••••’

East River.

Eighth

y:

Eleventh Ward*....
Filth
First
First (Brooklyn)
Fourth.
Fulton.
Cold Exchange

Greenwich*
Grocers’
Hanover.

•

••

importers & 4 tlld. • •
Irving
LeathcrManufact rs.
Long I si. (Brook.) ..
Manhattan*
Manufacturers
Manufac.
Mercli.
Marine
Market
Mechanics’
...

■

-

-

•

•

Mechanics'(Brook.)
Mcch.Bauk.Asso..
Mecbau. <&Traders
Mercantile
Merchants’
Merchants’Exch...

.

.--•••••

Metropolitan

500,000j.lan. and July.
5,oooj)oo May and Nov.

Nov.'68

2(H),0(H) .Quarterly...
8(H 1,000 Jan. aikl July
25
loo 3,000,000 Jan. and July
50

200,000 Tan. and J uly
450,0(H) Jan. and July..

1,000,(KM) May and Nov...
300,000 Jan. and July...
loo; 10,ooo,000 Jan. aud July.
KM)
750,000 Jan. and July...
KM) 2,000,(MM) Jan. and July...
KM • 1,000,000 Feb.and Aug...

•••

,

Nassau*...
Nassau (Brooklyn) .
National (Gallatin)
New York
New York County..
New YorkExchangt
Ninth
Nort h America
North River*
•

•

•

-•

••

s
•

•

Williamsburg City*

100
30
50
1(H)

100
1(H)

4

Jail. '69

Jan. ’69
Jan. ’68
Jan. ’69

115*

116

f,

i’x>

f,

.5

Aug. ’68
J ail.
Jail.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

’69
'69:
’69
’69
'69

.4
.5

.5 109
A
...A

300,000 Quarterly..... Allg. ’68.... ...A
...J
400,(KM) Jan.and July... Jau. *69

.

•

146

Jan. ’69
Jan. ’67

3,000,00()| Jan. and July.

501

Commerce..
Commonwealth

Bid. Ask.

Last raid.

Periods.

300,000 Jan, and July.
50
500,000 Jan. and July...
100
250,(MM) Jan. and July..
25 1,000,000 Jan. and July.
50
3(H),000 Feb. and Aug

1(H)
25
100

City
City (Brooklyn)..,. .
•

1(M)
1(H)
75

50
25

Chatham

Tenth.
Third
Tradesmen
Union

*-•

Friday.

Dividend.

100,(MM)

120,000 Jan. aud July...
350,(HK) Jan. and July...
250,0(H) Jan. and July...
200,000 Jan. and J uly ..
150,000 Jan. and July...

Nov
Jau.
Jau.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jau.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

....(
’68
’69.... ....5
122’;, 123
’69....
111
’69
.4 l* 9 A 100
’69
26
’69....
’69....

’69....
4
’69
’69 ......5
’69
4
'69.. 5A5ex
’(J).. 5&5ex

600,000 ..Quarterly
.6
500,(MM) Jan. and July.. Jjuly ‘68...
104
,-d 103
100 5,000,0(H) Jan. and J uly.. .|jan. ’69
G
30
600, (MM) May and Nov... Nov. 68
8 135*
500,000 Jan. and July. Jau. ’69
10 160
*25 2(H),(HMI May and Nov. Nov. *6S
5
50
3(H),0(H) Jan. and July.. •Jan. ’69
100 1,000,000 Jan. and July.. Jan. ’69
4*t 169
128 'A
1(H) 1,500.0(H) Jan. and J uly.. Jan. '69— ...A
50
500,000 Jan.and July.. Jan. '69.... ....4
50
Allg.’68
*'•
600,000 Feb.and Aug.
5o
O'
400,0(M> Feb.and Aug.. Allg.’68
5
50 2,050,000 Feb.and Aug.. Aug.’68
5
30
252,000 Jan.and July.. Jan. ’69
101
Jan. ’69
4 :oi
100
500,000 Jan. and July.
loo!

1(H)
1(H)
2:
50
50
2
100
50
50
1(H)

1(M)
100
50
1(H)
100
100
KM1
1(H)

5(){

o,

400,0(H) Jan. a ml July... Jan. ’69
fan. and J uly.. • J>il). ’69

1,000,(MM)
2,000,000
500,0(H)
500,0(H)

600,0(H)

1,000,000
3,000,0(H)

1,235,(MM
4,000. (HHI

1,000,000
300,000
1,500,000
3,000, (MV*
200,(MM)
300,000

1,000,006

1,000,000
400,(MHI

50 1,(MK),0(Hi
50
300,000
50
422,7(K)
100 2,000,(MM'
25
412,5(M!
20 1,800,000
1(H) 2,(KM),000
1(H) 1,(MM),000
1(H)
600,000
100
300,0(H)
100 1,5(K),(MM)
1(M)
200, (MM)
1(M) 2,0(H),(KM
KM)
200, (KM'
100 1,()(M),(KM
1(M) 1,000,000
40 1,000,(MM
60 1.500.00;
50
500, 'JOT

Jau. and July... Jan. ’69
Jan. and J uly... Jan. '69
May and Nov,.. Nov. ’68
May aud Nov... Nov. ’68
May and Nov... Nov. ’68
Jail, and J uly.. Jan. ’69
Jan.and July... Jan. ’69
Jan. and J uly... Jan. '69
May and Nov .. \!. v. '68
Jan. aud July... Jail. ’69
Aprilaiul U< t.. • Oct. 68
Jan. and July... Jan. 69
Jan. and July... Jan. ’69..
Jan. and July... Jail. 69
Jan. and July. . Jan. ’69
Ian. and Ju'y... Jan. 69
Jan.and July... Jan ’69..
Jan. and July... Jan ’69
Feb.and Aug... Feb. ’69
Feb. aud Aug.. Feb. ’69
Jan.and July... Jan. ’69
Jan.and July... .Tan. ’69
Jan. and July... Jail. ’69
Feb. and Aug... Feb. ’69
Feb. and Aug... Feb. ’69
Jan. and July.. Jan. ’69
Tan.and July.. Jan. ’69
Ian. and July.. Jail. ’69
Ian. and July... Jan. ’69
May and Nov... Nov. ’68

5 117
5 128
6
5 it)'

.

.6
5
5
5
6)
.4
5
5
6
8
6

i)6‘
135

125

141

136

5 1j9
4
4
lUO
4 K 5
5 117A

5

155”

7
5
4
5 118

106*’
109

112

130* *

130

lMjtf

....

99**

fan.and July... Jan. ’69
Tan. and July... Jan. ’69
ran. and July... J mi.
May and Nov... Nov
ran. and July.
Jan.

125
115
140
105

122*

100

’69

’68

’68

8A

BANKING AND FINANCIAL.
and Dealers in Government )
Securities, and Financial Agents of the Central Pacific 11R.
>■
Co., No. 5 Nassau street, New York, February 6, 1869.
)
The Central Pacific Railroad Company have this day withdrawn
from the market their First Mortgage Bonds.
They do this in conse
quence of negotiations by which the full amount of bonds which the
Company now deem it necessary to sell to complete their line have
been disposed of.
We shall continue to deal in the Bonds, and whenever they can be
obtained, we will fill orders at the current market rates.
The successful negotiation of this loan, the immense value of the
property upon which it is a first mortgage, the large earnings of the
read, together with tb« high credit of the Company, its judicious and
honorable management, and the prosperous condition of its afiairsj
pi ce the First Mortgage Bonds of the Central Pacific Railroad C unpany among the moat popular, safe and desirable securities in the
Office

of

Fisk <fc Hatch, Bankers

market.

The Seven Per Cent State Aid Bonds of this

negotiated by

us
accrued interest.

at from 98 to par are now

Company originally
selling at 108 to 110 and

expected that the road wi 1 hi completed an l the through
across the continent formed within a few months, when
the through traffic, added to the growing local business, will render it
ope of the most succeeaful railroad enterprises in the world.
It is

This column includes amounts due to banks.

The deviations from last weeks returns

•

Chemical
Citizens’

.

(519,000
479,110
461,(MM)
217,7:50

409,8-13

• •

Stuyvesant*

1,144,(MM)
1,176,000
1,760,000
1,231,300
943,747

410,500

-

....

Depots.* Circulat’n

451,(MM)

1,000,000 3,857,(MM)
300,000 1,007,(MM)
225,(MM)
567,539
150,000
454,000

Fourth

-

Specie

570,150
250,000

400,000
237,000
600,000
30 ',000

Commouwea.th.
Corn Exchange..
Union
First
Third

Total

Loan®.

Central

Central (Brooklyn).

Shoe & Leather
Sixth..... ■*••••
State of New \ork.

Total not

Capital.

Brooklyn.. .. ...
Bull’s Head*,...
Butchers Ai Drover.

Second.

:

Bank?.

Bowery
Broadway

St. Nicholas’
Seventh Ward

following is the average condition
Pbiladelohia Banks for the week preceding Monday, Feb.

8,1869

•

Pheenix

Philadelphia Banks.—The

of Hie

American. • •
American Exchange
Atlantic
Atlantic (Brooklyn).

Corn

o

1(M)

America*

Republic

25.
25.
25.
25.
25.

3

National.)

Peoples’*

25,
25.
25.
25.
25.
25.

37,555.164

not

Ocean
Oriental*
Pacific
Park

ei

37.710 834

(Marked thus * are

LIST

STOCK

Capital.

Companies.

52,927,08*3

give a statement of the Boston
Clearing House, Monday, Feh,

we

BANK

49,706,169 Oil,029,204
48,896,121 085,30'-,799
51,141,128 707,772,051

178,503, ,752

31. ,379.609

675,795,011
54,022,119 071,2:>l,514
2^,801,197
27.781,9 >3 34, ,231,156 196,985.,402 54,747,509 009,600,290
27,989,101 81, 246,436 190,002, 899 53,421,133 070,-629,170

Boston Banks.—Below

Loans

[February 13,18(59-.

the chronicle.

206

are as

follows

connection

:

Legal Tenders..> .Decrease. $510,975
Deposits
.Increase
402,456
Circulation.Decrease.
6,799
.

Fisk cfe Hatcr. •

February 18,1869.]

THE CHRONICLE.

20

SALE-PRICES AT THE NEW YORK STOCK

EXCHANGE,

REPRESENTED

BY THE LAST SALE REPORTED OFFICIALLY ON EACH
DAY OF THE WEEK ENDING
FRIDAY, FEB. 12,
WITH THE AMOUNT OF BONDS AND NUMBER OF SHARES SOLD AT
BOTH BOARDS IN THE SAME WEEK.

.
STOCKS AND

SECURITIES.

■iatur. Mon.

Tues.

•Veil.

I'liurs

American Gold Coin (GoldHoorn).. 133% 135* 135% 135% 135%
National:
Baited States 6s, 1881
113% 113*
coupon. 112% 112* 113
do
do
6s,18811.registered. 111% in* 111*
112%
do
do
114
6s, 6-20s (’62)coupon. 113* 113*
do
do
6s, 5-20s do resist'd 109*
109* 109%
do
do
6s, 5-20s(’64) coupon 110
110% 110% no* 110%
io
do
6s, 6.20s do regisVd
do
do
6s, 6.20s(’05) coupon 111* ill* 111% 112% 112%
do
do
6s, 5.20s do regist'd
do
do
109% 109%' 109* 109*
6s, 5.20s (’65 n.) coup 109
do
do
6s, 5.20s do regist'd
do
do
6s, 5.20s (1867) coup 109* 109% 109% 109% 109%
do
do
6s, 5.20s do regis'd
109%
do
do
6s, 5.20s (1868) coup 109* 109% 109* 110
do
do
6s, 5.20s do regis'd
do
do
6s, Oregon War 1881
do
do
do. (1 y'rly)
6s,
do
do
101% 101*
101*
6s, Pacific R. R., is.
do
do
5s, 1871
coupon
do
do
5s, 1871 ..registered.
do
do
5 s, 1874
115%
coupon.
do
do
5s, 1874. .registered
do
do
5s, 10-40s ...coupon 108% 108* 108% 108% 109%
do
do
102% 103%
5s, 10-40 ^..registered. 102* 102%

Fri.

135%
111

112%
114%

—

—

~—

—

—

—

—

—

—

111%

*13%
112%

—

110%

110%

—

—

109%

—

—-

—

—

.10’i

—

Week’s Stile*
—

1

do

5s

93
65

.

93

94

94

is,< 00

Georgia 6s
do

92j

7s

(new)
Illinois Canal Bonds, 1860
do Registered, 1860

93

93

do 6s,cou.,’79,aft.’60-62-05-70
do
do •
do 1877
do
do
do 1879
Indiana 5s..r

174,000

71

—

—

do

86%

—

—

7s, State B’yB’ds(conp)

—

(reg.) 62*

—

67

3,000

—

69,000

109*

61

—

109* 109%

64*

63*

,

do
6s (old)
do
6s, (new)
Ohio 6s, 1881
Rhode Island, 6s
Tennessee 6s *68
do
6s (old)
do
6s, (new)

61

61*
—

61 ^

100%

62%

61%

61*

—

—

•

—

—

,67* x67%
67* 66%

—

Yirgtnia6fl, (old)

63

6s,(new)

municipal :
rooklynBs, AVat.erLoan

*66% J3'i% *66%

66*

x56

62%

66

—

—

—

—

66% 66%
*56% *56%
62% 62%

95*

95%

do

6s, Park Loan
Kings Country, 6s
Jersey City 6s, Water Loan
New York 7s
do
(is, 1876
Bank stock*
American Exchange
Bank of New York
Bank of Republic

—

—

115% 115%

*

—

35,00 )

—

123

—

d°

99

123
—

100
100
100
50
100

Manufacturers & Merchants
Metropolitan
Mechanics and Traders

Merchants....
Merchants Exchange
Ninth
North Ame ica

104

104

—

140

141

125

—

—

125

Ocean

5

15
150
5

—

40

.’

67

—

—

—

110

—

—

—

106

——

26

—

17
10

T

Tonth

155

—

—

100

100

16

—

100

25

—

100

87*

11*6%
68%

American
.500
American and M. Unien.500 48%
Merchants’ Union
.100

United States




128

128%

—

60%

62*

37*

37%

399

50
450

-

—

15%

15%

63

63%

15%
9*
63%

6,400

—

37%

37*

5,546

111% 114% 114* 113% 114
07%

07*
47

48

69%
49

,

69

67%

48

6CM

-

—

8*
27*

8*
27*

—

8%
28

874

28*

28%

23%

25,403

87

99

37%

toe

165

pret.mo

-—

v

,64
,50

150
100

35*

I

15,310
27
267

—

—

35*1 35*
75%

21,300
10

g

;is*[
95

95

94*

7,950

—

94

94*

68

14,230
200
100

—

_

.

64*

.100

6r"

*

77*

do pref UK)

66*|

12,050

66%

20

—

94*

825
440

n.000

89

1,000
—

—
—

—

85%

94

S9%
94%

95

94%

95

Mariposa, 1st mortgage,
do

Ss,

95

d°
Morris and

85*

86

86

86

93

93

93

92*
88

S7

91*1

31,0:0
9,000

!

3,000

10,000
10%

7.000

02%

2,000

.00

102%

1,000

mort!

1,000
66

60%

ctfs

1882

2d mort.
3d mort.

do
do
3,100
cons, con
5,4C0 Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw,1st W.D
do
do
do
E.D
1,400
50 Western Union, 7s bds
.....

20,000

119%

119

119%

96*

20,000
14,00#

96%

3,000

93

91

91%
103%

2d mort
Ss 1st mort
7 3-20 conv

v -

1,00#

78%

7 03%

97*

97%
89

8S

8,0(10

03

3,0 0
11,000

14.000
8,1*00

97*

88%

5,000
4,ro
1,000

HO
;02

85*

8,000

101% 101* 101%

16,CftO
1,000

98%
S3

do
do
do
income.
St Louis & Iron Mountain, 1st m..
Toledo & Wabash, 1st mort.,ext.,
do
do
2d mortgage,
do
do
equipment...

Long Dock bonds

85*

93

Fittsb’g,Ft. Wayne & Chic., 1st m.
do
do

9,000

6,0 0
120,000

l01*

86

100

do 1st Iowa Div
Essex, 1st mortgage...

do
do

—

99

99%

do
do
2d mortgage....
New York Central 6s, 1883
do
do
6s, 1887
New Jersey Central 1st
do
do
2d
New York & New
Haven, 6s
Ohio and
Mississippi, 1st mortgage
do
do
consol, bonds
Pacific R.R. 7s guar’dby S. of Mis
do
do

!

—

do
do
2d mort.,7s...
Milwaukee and St. Paul, 1st
mort..
do
do
do

j t01

m.

Michigan Southern, Sinking Fund.
d°

9,000
67,0(0
10,0#0
39,000

—

92*

new..

new,

—-—

———

!4%;
i00% 101

Harlem, 1st mortgage, 1569-72
."
Hudson River, 1st
mortgage, 1869.
do
2d mort, (S. F.), ’S6
Illinois Central » onds
Lackawanna <fc Western, 1st

2,oeo

9 %

St.Louis, Alton & TerreH, lstm.
do
do
do
4,290
2d, pref
*

—

100

100
¥l*ccllaneoufi—Bankers & Bro. Ass

New York Guano..,

—

100

Wells, Fargo & Co......100
mlsj.—Mariposa#Gold
100

Mariposa preferred
Quicksilver

500

—

■

;

—

100

100

86*

150

4th mortgage, 1880
6th mortgage, 1S8S
Galena it Chicago, 1st
mortgage ex
Great Western, 1st
mortgage
Great Western, 2d
mortgage
Hannibal & St. Joseph, land
g.bds
Hannibal & St. Joseph, conv

,,

37*
127% 128

343

10,850
3,456
3,200
1,139

—

do

do

Improvement.—Bost. Wat. Pow. 20 16
Brunswick City Land
—
Ca\ on
100 6J
.100
100
...100

119% 118*
93%
66% 65* 65
SO* 79*
87
86%
93*

—

87

do
do

100
—

2,020

119

do
do
hicago,Burl’ton

do

Ashburton
Central
100
Cumberland
100
Delaware and Hudson... 100 128
Pennsylvania
50
Spring Mountain
....
—9a». -Manhattan
50

104

1U0

w

100

Telegraph.—Western Union...
Steamship.—Atlantic Mail

102* 103% 104

65

KM)

Col., Chi. it Ind. Central 1st
Delnw’e.T.ackawan. & West, 2d
Detroit, M. it Toledo..
Dubuque *fc Sioux City, 1st
Erie, 1st mortgage, 1868
do 2d
mortgage, 1879
do 3d mortgage,
1883

miscellaneous Stocks:

0 ral,—American

510

.

do

100
155

137

-139

1U3

Michigan Centra] 8s, 1869-72..!!’.!!

—

_ioo
.100
100

959

2,000
7,385

100

and Western

Mariposa Trustee lb

“

—

137%

’ ’"mo 161* 163% 162*

Cleveland and Toledo, Sink’gFund

10

—

900

110

137*; 138%

93*

.100
100

1st mortgage...
Income
C
& Quincy, 8 p. c.
Chicago & Great Eastern, 1st mort
78,000
466,000! Chicago & Milwaukee, 1st mort...
69,000 Chicago & Northwest., Sink. Fund
do
do
Interest h’nds
68,000
do
do 10 p. equipment
»
do
do
1st mort..
3,000
.do
do
consolid’ted
Chicagoand Rock Island, 1st mort
Chicago, R. I. and Pac, 7 percent..
Cleveland and Pittsburg, 2d mort..
do
do
4th mortgage..

210

117%

.’..**100

State ol New York

A v press.—Adams

..

pref... 100

do

do

d°

...

103

109

—

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pref

do

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2,000

—

100
1(M'
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109

95

American Dock «& Imp m. 7s
Butlalo, N. York <fc Elio, 1st mort
68,000 Central of NY w
Jersey, 1st mort...
205.000 Chicagoand Alton, Sinking Fund

37

100

Pacific Mail
Union Navigation

139

37,000

—

—

200

Bailroad Bond*:

—

130

50

Cary

do

d°

—

104

7,525

_

Mississippi

'Stomngton
Toledo, Wabash

—

—

,100

8t. Nicholas

135;

..

Worcester

.

—

122%

—

21,850

*09% 109% 110

-

do

„

"°

-

108

1,713

—

23-1

53,000 Panama.
335
m^t
15,0(0 I Pittsburg, Fort
Wayne
Chic’.lOo 119
1,00! Reading
50
79,000 Rensalaer & Saratoga
mo
,St.Louis, Alton <fc Terre Hau’e.100

115%

117

—

Importers and Traders

park

1<9

102*

Norwich

100

’

Phenix....
Shoe and Leather

.<io-

1,000 Ohio and

No.

100
1OO
100
100
100

.

—

:

Central
Commonwealth
Commerce
Continental

Corn Exchange....?....
East River
Fourth
!
Hanover

—

144

50
92

47

104

109* lto

—

—

46
92

100

New Jersey
New York Central
’
New 3 orkand New Haven

81%

—

11,850

—

104% 104% 104* 105*

100

and N. Indiana
Milwaukeeand St. Paul

—

—

51

scrip

ichigan So.

tut

87%

—

9,420
13.762

92

91*

‘

67

—

do

Luke shore

M

—

—

S3*

S3*

.

—

86%

84

—

Mariettaand Cincinnati, 1st pretllM)
23%
_.lV\
do
2d pref...
:,oco Michiga n Central
100 119% 119*

—

86%

Harlem
Hudson River

38,000
2,000

—

—

425
50

—

131% 132

Hannibal and s t. Joseph
—
Hannibal and St. Joseph pref.. 50

116,500 Illinois Central

92%

—

83%
91%

<55

1,685

100
lot

335,509 Joliet &• Chick-o
Long Island.....

94%

—

Erie
do preferred

do

—

—

—

....

MorthCarolina,6s

do

84%'

101

Michigan 7s, War Loan

do

67

85

Missouri 6s,
do
6s,(Han. & St. Jos. RR.)
do
6s,(Pacific RR.)
New York 5s, 1875
do
6s, 1872
do
69,1873
do
7s, 1870
...

—

66%

190

.

109*

—

113* 113%
155% 156% 158%
156% 158%

156
157

....

1

93

ShI*

—

—

—

W ••k’s

—

101

Louisiana 6s
Louisiana 6s Levee Bonds
do
8s L°vee Bonds.

do

93

—

Kentucky 64

do

—

100 154

—

California, 7s

—

Erl.

No.

KM ID* 113%

^

.

Wed.lT hurs.

ltK-

100 155
0,600 Chicago, Burlington and Quincy KM
268,000 Chicago and Great Eastern
—
Chicago and Northwestern
KM
5‘, 1,000
do
do
prcf.100 92*
Chicago. Rock Island and Pac..100 D2
575,000 Cleveland, Col. <fin. and Ind.. ..100 <3*
Columbus C. & Ind. Cent
52
3,236,000 Cleveland and
Pittsburg
5e
34,009 Cleveland and Toledo
50
68,000 Delaware, Lackawana and West
103
Dubuque & Sioux City
—

—

Connection 6s.

ICuilroud Stocks ;
Bost mi, Hartford and Erie
Central of New Jersey

Chicago and Alton
258,000
.do
do preferred
K

101*

94

Mon. Tues.

'Utur.

....

$251,500

State :

Alabama 8s

STOCKS AND SECURITIES.

TOGETHER

S5
93
84

85%

S3*
x79
85

86

86
84
92

12,COO
5,000

85

77*
S6

10,0#0

—

73
SO
85
66

.

5,500

3,00#
5,14)#
#,00#
15,600

3,000
—

2.000

THE CHRONICLE.

203

Exports of JLeadlnff Articles from New York;*

ftfoe Commercial ©irneo.
COMMERCIAL

The

following table, compiled from Custom House returns, show
exports of leading articles of commerce from the port of New
York since January 1, 1869.
The export of each article to the
Several porta for the past week can be obtained by deducting -th
the

EPITOME.
Friday Night, Feb. 12.

There is

complaint of

more

of trade than

we

a

amount in the last number of the Chronicle from that here

dull, unremunerative state

have heard in several weeks before.

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may be mainly accounted for the fact to which we alluded
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week.
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154

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27,038
3,700
08,400
19,701

Breadstufi’s—

AVlieat .bus.
Corn
Oats

Eye

23

Malt

Barley....

Grass seed
Flax seed

Beans

....

Peas

C. meal.bills
“

baps

Buckwh’t &
B.W.fl’r nkg

Cotton.bales".
Copper., bids.
plates.
Dr’d fruit pkg
Grease .pkgs.
Hemp ..bales.
No.

Hops...bales.
Leather .sides
Lead

tine..bbl




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374

231, £02
243,968
484,831
245,156
713,798 1,819,849
91,304
166,414
898

10.426

*310

2,800

46,770
18.313
8,943

23*807

2,255
6,236

3*7i i
978
724

15,135
325

22,239
84

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398

6,6; 3
1,529
44,334

4,094

4.537
8,99

79,530
9,34:
131,09;
8l4
94

3,120
1,170
325

708

800

18,251

103,638
8,072

141,309
93
382

6,760
1,510
55

20,728
8,082

56,517

271,266

305,135

297

12,287

Since
week. Jan. 1.

891

7,036

Spirits
tine
Eo8in

P

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Pitch
Oil cake,

983

pkgs...

Oil, lard./.
oil, petroleum..
Peanuts, bags..
Provisions—

Butter, pkgs....

Cheese
Cutmeats

EgR8

Pork

Beef, pkgs
Lard, nkgs
Lard, kegs
Rice, pkgs

Starch

Stearine

Spelter, slabs

2.583

707

4,208
164

*908

5,555

181

581

8,381
1,809

72,639
17,052

7,519

59,384

Tallow, pkgs.*!!”
Tobacco, pkgs...
Tobacco, hhds...
Whiskey, bbls....

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are
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any
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heavy. Breadstuff's have been
doing a little better, but close quiet. Groceries have been
marked by a large advance in
Sugar, based on the Cuba
troubles; and other articles are firm. Tobacco has been
fairly active, mainly for home use, with some speculation.

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CHRONICLE.

Imports of LeadlnK
Articles.

Tbe following
the foreign

table,compiled from Custom House returns, show
imports of certain leading articles of commerce at this
per

for the last
JU

week, since Jan. 1, 1869, and for

1868:

the

cannot insure the

wo

by

209
accuracy or obtain the detail necessary,

telegraph:

corresponding period Receipts

and Exports of Cotton
(bales) since Sept*
Stocks at Bates Mentioned.
RECEIPTS

Same

For

Since
the
Jan. 1,
week.
1869.

time
1868.

Metals, Ac—
Cutlery

Earthenware-

Chlna

82
18
fell
24

,

Glass.
.Glass plate..

515

720

17,001

159,545

1,415

||#,
•

•

•

Gambler..'.

•

•

.

Gums, crude...
Gum, Arabic..
Indigo

2,672

5,850

s

4
5

1,442

Oil, Olive
Opium
Soda, bi-carb...
Boda, sal
Soda, ash

106
57
50
•

*

.

973
42
660
219

1,535

75J

17,164
172

165
650
1

54

1,256
4,151

1,162

490

179

Bristles
Hides, dressed.
India rubber

Ivory

Jewe’.ery, Ac—
Jewelry
Watches........

Raisins..

Cassia..
S

271

14

10S

118

55,360
13,930

83,672

2,8781

246

804

13,589
3,291

Cork
Fustic

1.306

Logwood...
Mahogany...,

7,030

$48,741

6,645

Ginger.,
Pepper.

1

32

5,606!

Linseed
Molasses

Nuts

5,481

9,896
7,467
2,617

$98,958
2,125
198,339
70,737

13,116

12,875
1,611
46
100

17,158

53,991
6,372

Friday, P. M„ February 12, 18G9.

to-night from each o
in possession of the returns
show
ing the receipts, exports, Ac., of cotton for the week
end
ing this evening, Feb. 12. ‘ From the
figures thus obtained,
it appears that the total
receipts for the seven days have
reached 70,529
bales, (against 67,865 bales last week, 86,517
bales the previous*
week, and 82,374 bales three weeks
tbe Southern ports we

Texas
New York

90,572

35,239
64,866
19.794

52,372
11,621
27,887
100.185

Florida
North Carolina
Vinimia
Total this year

1666,559

Total last year

....

we

.

.

10,764

13,711

.

*

*

....

3,048
6,555

430,811

142,832

us

are

of

The details of the

receipts for this week (as
telegraph) and the corresponding week of 1867 are as

Received this week at—
1869. 1868.
bales. 23,693 33,378
Mobile
8,646 12,460
Charleston
6,722
8,729
Bavannah
18,146 21/86
Texas
3,764
4,100
Tennessee, &c
7,294
6,841

1,020

Virginia

6,832

Total receipts

Decrease this year

70,629

62.117

12,298
34,160
39,600 175,160
„

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a

.

„

•

•

4,836

77,128

«...

4,884
27,887

•

•

29%@....
©....

7..^

Export;ed to

#

....

Texas

...

19,448

...

..

3,185

3.891

shipments direct to

manufacturers

activity,

we

1,683

©....
28%©....
29%©....

28%@

29
SO

©....

39%©....

at this market each dav of the past week:
Upland &
Florida.

12,3511
2,175
5.940

3,078
2,640
2,197

94,159

Texas.

28

give the sales for immediate delivery, and price
sales.

6,245

New
Orlenr s.

Mobile.

3

>%@....
80%®....
30%@30%
30% ©30%
30% @30%
30 ©....

30%©....
30%©....

80%@30%
30% @30%

30%@30%
-

30%@

..

New’
Orleans.
31 ©....
3n%@....
S0%@ 31
30% @ 81
30% © 31
80 %@™

Texas.
31%©....
31
31
31
31

...

@31%
@31%
@31%
30%©...,

Transit

4,745

•

•

•

•

8,186

•

•

New York
Other ports....

•

•

•

30,951

7,053

Total since Sept 1.453,842

281,451

Stc)ck

1868.

1869.

22,747
3,260

154,067

60,331

,

1868.

119,494
76,830

4,745
4,029

13.982

55

•

455
65
...

,

380

•

•

principally for speculation.

Same week

....

...

Total....

Total

»

Contin’t. this week.
6,543
25,991

19,872
63,805
13,668
77,123

1,370

18,891

12,347
43,121
26,136

65,060

407,659

867,583

38,307
6,0 4

88,006“
735,293

870,157

«

From the

27,377
61,278

foregoing statement it will be seen that, compared
corresponding week of last season, there is a decrease
exports this week of 27,054 bales, while the stocks to-

Receipts.—The receipts this week are again
disappointing to the
majority of the trade. There has been much discussion as to the reason
for the sudden decrease of the last two weeks.

it is

To the short
crop men

only evidence of the correctness of their theories; but to all
others (and they are by far the more numerous
class), it is attributed
to special causes.
Our mail advices from New Orleans of
February

6, state that the rains have been so heavy that the roads at
points are almost impassable, preventing cotton from

some

being hauled to
landings. In this fact certaiuly is a cause which may have kept
hack many thousand bales at that port alone, since the first of the
in the
montb- We hear *]b0 of very bad roads in Texas, in Georgia, and in
night are 40,076 bales more than they were at this time a year Portion9 of Alabama and South Carolina- 0ur
mu
it
J
from Galveston speak of the roads as 41 almost ,Iate8t mail advicea
ago. The following » our usual table
impassable” in that
showmg the Tnovement
o cotton at all the
^ whfl# ^
BulUtin ofthatdty Bay9.. large number8
ports since Sept. 1, according to the latest
0f wagons have been
obliged to come to a complete standstill
Mail returns. We do not include our
telegrams to night, as $waitiDg the drying off of the water with which the
prairies are
with the

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•

•

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,,

,

•

•

15,000

....

Cotton.—Early in the week there was an active demand
for the week ending this evening reach a
totaj for [transit cotton, but for the last two days there have been no transof 38,006 bales, of which
30,953 were to Gieat Britain, and actions. Sales were on the basis
29-Jc for Middling Orleans, freight
7,053 bales to the Continent, while the stocks at all the
ports K insurance 24 per cent; New Orleans to Liverpool, one-third Low
as made
up this evening, are now 407,669 bales.
Below Middling and two thirds Middling at 28£c, £d freight,
per cent insu¬
we
give the exports and stocks for the week, and also for the rance; Galveston to Liverpool, average Low Middling 29c, $d freight ;
Mobile to Liverpool, good ordinary 28(g28
corresponding week of last season, as telegraphed to us
Jo, |d freight, 2^ per
by insurance. The total transit sales of the week have reached cent
our own
6,574,
correspondents at the various ports to-night:
G’t Britain.

•

858,611

29%©....
3u%@....

30

middling cotton

Saturday.

23,630

•

....

93,246

11,391

Saturday

To'al

The exports

Week ending
Feb. 12.
New Orleans
Mobile
Charleston
Savannah

53,548
23,628
52.855
14,563

33,932

t

•

158,28$

23,358
92,427
124,969

111,213 1S7,4S3 812.787 418,596

have added the oVerlahd

Low Middling

Middling

of

Received this week at- t—Receipts.1869.
1868.
Florida
bales
412
887

North Carolina

6.119

195,465

3,500 bales for the week, of which 100 bales Low
Middling
sold Saturday at
29^-c. for February and March, and 100
bales for April and
May at 29-Jc.; on Monday, 500 bales for
February and March were reported at 30c; 400 bales for
April at 29£c., and 200 bales for April and May at 29-J-c.; on
Tuesday, 200 bales for March at 30c., and the same amount
on
private terms; Wednesday, 500 bales for
April at 29fc.;
Thursday, 500 bales for April at 29jc., and 200 bales for
March at 29£c.;
to-day, 300 bales Low Middling are reported
at 30c,, and another lot
of same amount at
29fc.—all for
March.
For immediate
delivery the total sales of the week
foot up 28,398 bales
(including 710 bales to arrive), of which
4,499 bales were taken by
spinners, 10,852 bales on specu¬
lation, 7,533 bales for export, 5,514 in
transit, and the fol¬

Below

follows:

New Orleans

22,707

398,882

.

^—Receipts.—

80.752

129,040 702,688 536,188

.

per

313.848

5,617

3,048
....

lowing are the closing quotations :
making the aggregate receipts since September 1, 1868 since,)
Upland &
up to
this date, 1,737,088
Florida.
Mobile.
bales, against 1,553,418 bales for the same Ordinary
# lb 27%©—
27%©...
Good Ordinary....
period in 1867, being an excess this season over last
2834®....
28*©....
season
183,670 bales.

60,261

v

1459,259 564,004

Ports.

309

22/36

71,451
238,845 118,404

Other ports*..

f

108,752
9,005

Stook.

to Nor.
Total.

were

12,137
111,508
56,136
19,800!

COTTON.
By special telegrams received by

162,17?
250,214 832,687

144,335
65,530
22.308
45,234
21,862
121,S49

Ship¬
ments

Great
Other
Britain France For’gn

prices rose Jc. over the close of Friday night; but on
Monday the improvement was lost, the demand being very
limited aud the
reports from Liverpool less favorable. Since
then, with better accounts by Cable, and small
receipts at tbe
ports, tbe market has been firm, and
prices have improved a
little, with\oflerings large, but holders
demanding full prices
until
to-day, when, under the influence of the favorable stock
account from
Liverpool, the market became dull and heavy
and so closes
to-night, with prices ^@^c. off. Sales for for¬
ward delivery have been at full
figures, and reach a total of

148,773

5,586
31,023
10,784

135,175

and

18,085
139.713

40,754

1867.

EXPORTED SINCE 8EPT. 1 TO—

The market this week has been
without any feature of
par¬
ticular interest. On
there was renewed

74

8,328
8,950
15,558
18,524
94,773
59,704
6,503 126.958 102.775
70,537 418.7&3 381,468
292,932 1,193,799 1,272,620
4,190
41,627

17,141

18

Hides, Ac—

2,486

1.

596/65 364 598
163.123 267,298

Charleston
Savannah

•Under this head
to January 1.

16,943

12,523
7,836
3,251

6,630

Lemons.
Oranges.

2,465

1,340

Hemp, bales

108,280
4,859

69,706

22*736

Fish.

123
377

2,229

7,638

94.049

$34,491

Wines.

5,597

00
429
401

Sunny cloth
air

85,358

84
385
156

Wool, bales
Articles report’d
by value—

2,560

145
646

42,413

236,576
2,874

111

Champag’e.bks

9,94?

3,457

....

13.864

87,255
699,336
18,604

Wines, Ac—

.

141

2.772

....

Flax
Furs

••«•••••••••

Wasie

2,113

13,800

.

30,699
39,998
110,324

27,460
1,209

&

Tobacco

65
692
917
581
77

296

-1

•

399
045

36,436
4,131
53,649
54,738 2,142, 292
2,095
18,734
751

New Orleans
Mobile

4,192

bags

Tcft

391
505

6,79

9,195
194,761

1868.

Sam a
time
1868.

5,168

Sugars, boxes

290
242
146

£65

i Maduer
Oils, essence...

& bbls

2,181

.

a,.

Rags
Sugar, hhds, tes

2(

922
223
192

560
21

Cochineal.

Tin slabs, lbs..

131,791

1,530
2,345

•

■"Tin, boxes,...

2,562

61

•

•

92*

5,725

8,469

....

106
<0

..

794
5,883

Buttons
Coal, tons

Coffee, bags....
Cotton, bales...
Drugs. &c.—

•Hardware
llron, ItK bars.
Lead, pigs
Spelter, lbs....

3,4*5
51,473

45
180
13(
060

STNCE SEPT.

PORTS.

For
Since
the
Jan. 1,
week.
1869.

1, and

1

February 13,1869.]

the

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THE CHRONICLE.

210

local

higher
speculation; so that,
ports are in excess of
are

New Orleans—To Havre per ship Caledonia 3,717
To Barcelona per brigs Lioret 250
Nueva Sabina
To Mexico—per schooner Ysabelita 239
Wobiie—To Liverpool per
6,751
CiiAitr eston—To Liverpool per steamer Stalira 651 Sea

prices

again, at some of the upcountry markets,
than at the out ports, being sustained- by

Then

covered.”

3,717

••

389
239

139

6,751

Island and 1,166
although the leceipts at tie interior
'
Upland..'
1,717
1,871
last year, the amount sent for war 1 is Savannah—To Liverpool per bark Yamnri 1,871 Upland
lees.
This we are informed is particularly true of the Atantic S'alcst | Galveston—To Liverpool'pi r et earner Lord Bute.l,536.... per bark Baland is affecting seriously the arrivals at Savannah.
To Bremen pcr*bark Anton 2,151....2,151
These frets are
thought to furnish a full explanation of the falling off in the receipt*. Norfolk-To Liverpool per steamer Missouri 1,108
But besides all this, there is another cause whi h it i claimed is operTotal exports of cotton lrom the United States this week
bales 27,280
ating with more or less force. Speculators it is sail have go»3 into | The particulars of these shipments arranged in our usual form, are

_L108

Bar-

Bre-

Ham-

.Liver-

Mex-

Total.
ic
celona.
burg.
From—
believing the Liverpool prite can be
pool. Havre.
6,026
231
134
Now Yoik
run up much higher if the receipts can be kept small, and the idea of
239
4,315
389
N Orleans..
8,7n
6,751
6,751
a shoit crop become
prevalent. We do not know to what extent this Mobile
1,717
Charleston
1,717
1,871
Savannah
1,871
js being done, or how far it is retarding the free movement ut the crop ;
5,462
2,151
Galveston
3,811
we
1,108
give the statement as talked about here. Certainly it is an idea Norfolk
easy to believe, lor never was there more coi fideme felt in cotton
239 27,280
3S9
134
2,382
Total
3,717
20,419
among holders than for the past few weeks.
week
Gold Exchange and Freights.— Gold has fluctuated the past
Overland Shipment.—We had intended this week to add to our
table of receipts the corrections for overland shipments direct to manu. between 131J and 136^, and the close to-night was 135|.
facturers during January—some of our reports have failed to reach us exchange closed quiet, at about i per cent concession.
The
and others are not as full ns we could wish—we shall-, therefore, omit | transactions were effected on a basis of 109£@109£ for prime bankers’
60 days, and 10E|<£1092 for sight drafts.
Freights closed quiet at
it this month.
It may be of interest to our readers to learn that the
by si earn to Liverpool.
movement has not been as ftee as during Noven her and December,
13v Telegraph.—The following despatches from the Southern ports
an l the mills to-day are not as well stocked as on the first of January.
and from Liverpool contain some matters of interest n t given above :
On an average, those of New York, Rhode Island and Connecticut have
not more than four or five weeks supply ; but [some of the larger of
Boston, Maps., Feb. 12.—N» t receipts of the week, 1,028 bales ; coastwise,
11,BUI bales—gross, 12,137 bales.
Exports— io Great Britain, Continent and
the Massachusetts mills are very well stocked, two of them having a
coastwise, none. Stock on hand, 6,000 bales. Sties, 3,000 bales. Maiketdull;
supply ir to next {September. There* is a movement now for a small prices nominal; Uplands 30% e., Orleans 30%c.
Philaoelpiua, I'a F* b. 12.—Net receipts of the we1 k 1,715 bales; gross,
reduction of time among about a d< zen of the leading companies.
not. eiven.
Export*—to Great Britain and other fsreign ports none; coast¬
This is due to the fact that [some of the heavier makes of goods'are, wise, 106 bales. Stock on hand 1,050 bales. Sales, l,2o0 bales. Demand mod¬
as we understand, not
prolitab’e at present* price*. It is not likely erate ; piicei %c. lower.
Baltimore, Md Feb. 12.—Net. receipts of the week, 2,775 bales; gros *,7,800
that this will lead to any general movement.
bales.
Exports—to Great, Britain and Continent, none ; coastwise, n< t eiven.
The exports of cotton this week from New York slow a small block, 6,t'0d ba es. Bales 1,500 bales. Market quiet; Middlings 30@31%c.
Norfolk, Yh., Feb 12—et receipts of the week, 4,307 bales; coastwise, 1,207
increase, the total reaching 6,026 bales, against 2,093 .bales last
bales—to:nl, 5,511 bales
Exports—coastwise, 3,995 bales* to Great Britain, 55
week.
Below we give out* table showing the exports of cotton from bales. Stock ou hau l, 6,301 bales. M rket d .li; Low Middling, 29c. sales,
New York, and their direction for each of the last thoe weeks; also 332 bales.
Wilmington, N C., Feb. 12—Total receipts of the week 628 bales. Exports
the total expor ts and direction since September 1, 1868; and in the
Sales of the week, 300 bules. Block on band, on
-coastwise, 1,377 hales.

its

coming to market at present,

•.

men.

....

....

....

■

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•

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.

....

.....

•

.

•

..

•

•

....

..... ...

•

.

...

....

•

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....

,

,

,

....

..

.

.

.

.

•

•

•

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..

..

—

...

.

....

Foreign
last

,

,

the

list column the total for

perio 1 of the previcu* year:

same

CCxportKof Uotton (bales) from

Total
EXPORTED TO

Charleston, S. C.,Feb. 12.—Not receipts of the week, 5,722 bales; coast¬
wise, 83 ba'es—total, 5,805 bales. Exports—to Great Britain, 3,186 bales; to
other foreign ports, none; coastwise, 4.809 bales; stock on bund, 19,872

Same
time

to
date

prev.
year.

ending

WEEK

dan.

Jail.

19.

SJfi.

2,720

Feb.
9.

Feb.
2.

1,931

No sales to-day.

shipboard and in store 525 hales.

New York Mince Sept. 1, 1868

bales.

Middlings, nominal at 28%c., Sea Inland,
75@$1 30. Sa'cs ol the week, 3,400 bales.
Savannah, Ga Feb. 12.—Net receipts of the week, 335 bales Sea Island, and
12,811 bnle^ Uplands; coastwise, 63 bales Sea Island. Exports—to Great
The market

rs

quiet and weak.
,

6,036

Liverpool
Other British 1’orts

2,720

6,036

Havre
Other French ports.

1,953

13,711

17,477

-

....

184

Total French.

201
450

1,030
594
98

and 5,303
bales

Sa

25,727

298

8,912
45
2,745

36,774

37,414

2,498

2,172

....

....

....

-

3*5

140

651

1,7‘<2

Total to N. Europe

'

600

Spain, Oporto and Gibraltar &
All others

017

328

....

....

—

Total

Spain, etc

600

....

7,753

Grand Total

|

4,155

•

i

Mobile, Ala., Feb, 32.—Receipts of the week, 8,646 bales. Exports—
foreign, none; coastwise, 1,856 bales. Stock on hand, 60,333 b*leJ. Sales
1he week, 7,850 bales ; to-day, 860 bales. Market quiet. Low Middlings 27%c.

17,680

22,748
13,728

231
134

140

following are the receipts of cotton at New York, Boston, Phila¬
delphia and Baltimore for the last week, and since September 1, 1868 ;
The

NEW

YORK.

New Orleans.
Texas
Savannah
Mobile
Florida
South Carolina.
North Carolina..

5,634
1,842
4,836

Virginia

2,534

555
231

4,479
890

Since

Sept. 1.
71,212
26,020
105,297
9,908

4,*83
75,706
21,605
46,394

North’rn Ports.

2

8,311

Tennessee, &c.
Foreign

4,127

52,256
2t8

....

This
week.

Since

Septl.

This
week.

Since

Septl.

6,417

5,415

3,623

30,122

776
....

532
....

...

2 614
79

1,168 12,070
1,954

45,323

1,45* 21,047
....

597

1,182

2,588
....

....

424

©

o

•

25,130

421,730

12,303 120 864

Total last year,

22,461

376,696

7,606,1 )5,231

•

•

496

8,681

....

,

.

,

.

269
24
....

....

2,620
100
779

676
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

La., Feb. 12 —Receipts to-day, 3,114 bales.
25,094 bales, net, 23,693bftlcs. Exports—to-day,

Sales, 1,511 bales.
Feb. 12, 4 30 P. M,—The market has

ruled quiet to-day, and
The sales of the day only amount
to 8,000 bales.
The sales of the week have been 69,000 bales, of which 4,(XX)
were taken for export and 22,000 on speculation.
The stock now in port and
on stiipboard is estimated at 260,000 bales, of which 93,000 are from the United
tales.
The total stock of cotton at sea bound to this port is estimated at
286,000 bales, of which 116,000 are American.
For the convenience of onr readers we give the following, showing the sales
and stockB at and afloat lor Liverpool each of the last four weeks:

Liverpool,
closed easier,

though not quotably lower.

.>

Jan. 22.

69,000
4,000

“

47,663

18,369

2.013

86,089

Up. to arrive.

.European and

exports of cotton from the United States the
past week, as per mail returns, have reached 2*7,280 bales. Below we
give a list of the vessels in which these shipments from all ports, both
North and South, have been made:

12%
12%
12%

Price Micld. Uplds.
“
“
Orleans...

T

1,921

Mon.

Sat.

S,633

1,903 25,709
662

Jan. 29.

140,000
77,390
86,950
.-.
15.000
11,940
13,020
981
Sales on speculation...
22,000
63,000
18,9;*0
18,810
Total stock
260,000
257,000
269,240
294,7:0
93,060
85.000
81,880
76,770
7,842 Stock of American
50
Total afloat
286,000
277,900
301,000
291.000
116,000
American afloat
105,000
141,000
130,000
11.729
The trade report s from Manchester report that market as heavy. The follow¬
1,826
16,614 ing table will show the daily closing prices of the week :
28

....

Feb 5.

Feb. 12.
Total sales
Sales for export

18

540

1,013 10,109
I

Total this year

•

21%c.

Sept 1.

.....

o

New Orleans,
the week—gross,

Since

This
week.

■

This
w,eek.

BALTIMORE.

PHILADELPHIA

BOSTON.

RECEIPTS TROM-

Exportsvnone.

Receipts of
6,625 bales
Exports of the week—to Liverpool, 19,448 bales to the Continent, 6,543bales;
coastwise, 3,319 bales.
Stock, 154,067 bales. Sales to-day, 6,200 bales. Sales
0p the week, 30,150 bales. The market is steady. Middlings 28%@29c.
1
Galveston, Tex., Feb. 12.— Rec ipts of the week, 3,764 bales. Exports—to
Liverpool, 4,715 bales; to to New Orleans, 14 ba cs. Stock, 13,568 bales. The
I market is dull, with, but little oflering; demand light. Good Ordinary, 21@

175,160 211,128

6,026

2,093

Receipts, 2,784 bales.

3,089

2,826

....

•

cs

of

13,711

....

....

to other forei n ports, none; coastwise, 317 hales Sea Island,
bales Uplands - Stock on hand, 8,441 bales Sea Island, and 60,864
Uplands. '1 he market is quiet and prices are nominal. Middlings, 29c.
of the week, 12,544 bales.

Britain, none,

203

...

.

Hamburg
Other ports

152,945

....

184

....

Bremen and Hanover

148,607
4,338

5,661 121,849

22

....

Total to Lit. Ifiritaln

5,061 119,472
2,377

kets,

Shipping News.—The

our

-

Tnes.

12%-%

12%-%

12%-%

12%-%

L'%

Indian Cotton

....

Wed.

12%-%
12%-%

Thu.

12%-%
12%-%

Fr.

12%-%
12%-%

....

Markets.—Id reference to these

correspondent in London, writing under the

mar

date of Jan. 80

states;

Liverpool, Jan. 80.—The

I

course

of the week.

value of cotton has slightly declined in the

During the earlier part prices gave way

per

portion of that fall has since been recovered. At the close
of the week the on’y chaDge of importance since Saturday last is a fall
Exported this week from—
Total bales
of
in American produce. The total sales of the week amount to
New York—To Liverpool per steamers Pennsylvania 1,948.—, .Man¬
hattan 1,171
Australasian 679
Palmyra 986.—. .per ships
77,390 bales, of which 18,980 bales are cn speculation, 11,940 bales
Hengist 72....West 304
.«,»
;
6,601 declared for export, leav ing 6,470 bales to the trade. In cotton to
To Hamburg per steamer Cimbria 134
134
1 o Bremen per steamer Deutschland 231
231 arrive transactions continue large, particularly ip American ; the latest




lb., but

a

February 13,18C9 ]

CHRONICLE.

THE

Vf Middling from Charleston, ship I

2re :—A,ner«^»n*
steamer nearly due 11 Ad

(hip named 114(^11 £<1; Texas steamer at sea
Nt!w°rleaus December shipment. ll|d; ship named 11U; low
Middling ship named llg-d; Good Ordinary ship mm eel U'l; Dharwnr
Fair merchants,
ship named JUd; Fair native January shipment 9^d
1

’*

1

■

--

-

--

-

-

Ooirmawuttee, lair and now merchants, Janunry-February shipment
per lb.
The following are the prices of American cotton compared
t year :

r—F;tiir

Description.

r-Ord. & Mid-',

Sea Island....

25
11
10K-11
1 ()>/-! 1

283

31

-94

13

..

Stained

11
12
12

-16

..

Upland

11V

11 9-1(1
19.V-11 V| 11 11 16

-..

'Mid.

Good.

18
11

-56

30

..

8'/
S.'n

i

|

18(10.

18*8.

Liverpool

Indian

,

,

„

,

shipments of lihds.

_

T>

follows: 18 to
Liverpool, 4 0 to Bremen, 339 to Gibraltar and Malaga, and
the i-edam-e to different
ports. During the same period the
expoits of manufactured tobacco reached 77,873 lbs., of
was as

lihds.

728

l

follows:
Man’d

Cer’ns.
Bales, & Tcs.

Case.

428

.....

particulars of the
lbs.

Tkgs.

i

315

67,391
10,482

12

PhilndcJplra
Poston

New Orleans
8an Francisco

18
05

Total
Total last week
Total previous week.

a

Iialcf

Below

give

we

4-39
831
238

-

our

817
002

77,873

f75
233
805

871

74,515
45,678

usual table

showing the total export
ports of the United States, and their

of Tobacco from all the

80,.’110

174,440

Export* of Tobacco from tlie United State* wince Novem

7.12,(122

“

2(10,240
110,458
141,000

701,142

390,070
!H,(>33

.’"!!!

cotton atloat,

direction, since November 1, 18(58:

1-18,(KM)

.....

London

American

,

..

statement showing tin* stocks of cot,ton in
Liverpool and
- the
supplies of American and Indian produce ascer¬
tained to be afloat to those
ports :
“

,

direction of the

London, includin
Stock in

,

,

kxp’d this week from

prices of middling qualities of cotton at this

233

cases,

tcs- lor the previous seven days. Of these exports
0rl,es mul
for this week, 428 lihds., 723 cases arid 315 bales were from
\r
v
ew ^ oik
; 1 ldid., 1 case and 13 bales from Boston.
The

New York

1868. 1869.|
1 Still. 1 807. 1808. 1800
ISd. i'Sfl, Mid. Peinnmb is>rd. lod
7?«d. 11:
M\'
n% 11K 1
Egyptian. 20k/
63,/ 11
1 UZ
8
1 I 4' I
Brown... 13V
it
r»’4
s3/
l'W
D hull era h l:l’.{
1
11
5%
8^

Upland... 1SV;
Mobile.... is3/
Orleans
is//

bales, against 819 hhds., 814

hich 30,095 were to
Liverpool. The full
week’s shipments from all the ports were as

8

..

cases and 375

w

77/

..

-..

--S'

,

12'-<-.

1866. 1867.
Mid. Sea Island 53d
23d.

Annexed is

58
IS

1V4-..

lUX-Uki 11-16
1 he
following are the
date and since 1860:

G’d
line.

g’d lair

211

*

Total

‘ynoe the commencement of the
and for

the transactions

year

Liverpool, Hull and

'

1869,

1868,

Indian

bales.
0.100

U

7.030

2,970

7,595

13,773

400

4,306

2 91 >2

2,1 10

900

577

70

230

1,590

793

24,500

35,930

38,957

53,975

Total.,.. 102,050

20,800

58,050

29,670

-

I he following statement shows
the sales
the week and
year, and also the stocks on l

,ast:

fund imports of cotton L*id ou Thursday evening

*

Brazilian

4,690
3,000

West Indian....
East, Indian.

1,020

M10

230

080

:i(i<)

Egyptian...

170

18,500

Total..

.

7,020
4,210
l.« 70

..

7,010 13,420

30,500

40,470 11,040 18,080

77,300
-Importp-

Tothis
This
week.

date
1869.

To this
date
1868.

50,540

25,020
8,050
215,730

1800.

Jhina, India, &<:
Australia, Ac

Total.
1868.

American
Brazilian

18,110

88,184

13,611

166,658 1,262,260

40,007

Egyptian

22,800

15,360

24.487

35,690
2,260
131,720

41,650

8,099
28,619

45,591
62!),502
30,390
200,509
3,4!)3
79,511
62,443 1,154,731

65,090

4,092

5,550
147,770

31,821)
3,410

219,390

189,426

298,565 3,320,513

26!», 210

396,070

Total

....

....

55,873

now

quiet.

stocks

The following

:

are

the particulars of imports, deliveries and
1S67.

Imports, Jan. 1 to Jan. 28.

7,366
16,650

Bales.

Deliveries
Stocks Jan. 28

1868.

19,492
25,166
98,633

54,476

1869.

29,516
55,322

119,453

Fair open is worth
Alexandria, Jail. 18.—Fair cotton is
y firm.
The ship13i@l3^„ and good fair J4|d. per lb., cost and freight

ments

have been:

Froin—
Nov. 1 to Jan. 8,1808-9
Same period 1867-8
tk

“

“

“

“

“

G.
2

bales.

1866-7
1965-6
1861-5

Britain, Continent,
6!‘,141
22,440
62,88!)
19,740
66,821
43,748

G0,2S5

Bombay, Jan. 15.—The arrival of

new

16,421
12,790

14,540

Oomrawuttee

are now

Total.
91,581
82,629
83,249
56,538

80,825'
consid

-

erable and the demand active.
Of new Broach there is very little yet
in market, and of new Dhollera none.
Of Broach and of old Dhollera
the arrivals are small.
The market is strong and advancing. We quote
new Oomrawuttee 9 5-16d, costand
freight; old 8 9-16d.; new Broach

99-16d; old Dhollera 8 9-16d. The sales since 1st inst. amount to
25,000 bales, ani the clearances to 14,500 bales, against 37,700 bales
f r the same fortnight last year.
The quantity entered outwards is
80,250 bales,^against 63,000 last year Crop accounts better.

•

•

•

.

.

•

,

,

.

.

•

....

•

•

559,480
43,668
....

.

.

....

.

6,316

....

.

....

.

14

355

85,824

165

15,705

7.!)78

10,463

Boston

....

....

696

the

Stems Bxh. &
bbds. pkgs.

603

11
580

*3

1,657

Lbs.

Maul’d
1,319 1,383,828
5,502

1,177
53,242

....

>7c<rtland

—

Total since Nov 1....

15,705

7,078

—

10,463

403

606

2,313 1,443,549

receipts of tobacco at New Ywk this week, and sine6

Nov. I

have been
RECEIPTS

From

■

Virginia

as

AT

follows:

NEW

YORK 81NCE

r-'This week—,
hhds.
pkgs.
617
410

Baltimore
New Orleans.....

13
•

518
50

Ohio, &c
Other

978

•

.

»

751
—

1 411

NOVEMBER

1. 1868.

.—Previously—.
hlnls.
pkgs
921
9,014

T’l sin. Nov.l—»
hhds.
pkgs

1,331

9,691

390
14

726

390
14

739

5

1,414

5,489

3,932

6,240

205

394

255

304

2,914

25,568

2,922

16,979

The market has been moderately
kinds.
The home demand has been

6

active and firm for all
pressing than the

more

export orders.

Kentucky Leaf has been in request for cutting, and the sales
for the week foot up 350 hhds., of which only a few small
lots for export.
Prices have ranged from 8 to 16c, and very
firm.
Seed Leaf has boon in good demand, partly speculative,
and all the good lots of Ohio arriving are quickly taken up
for export.
The sales are 40 cases new Pennsylvania, pri¬

terms; 160 cases Ohio, crop of 1867, 12c; 37 do,
private terms; 57 cases Connecticut, crop of 1867,36c;
o7 cases Connecticut, crop of 1866, 13c; 107 cases Ohio,
12c; 50 cases Ohio, private terms ; and 241 cases old Ohio,
including the 166 cases noted above, re-sold on private
vate

terms.

**

.

Spanish Tobacco has been more active for home use;
Yara, to go West, at 64@65c, gold ,
duty paid ; 250 bales Havana, 88@105c.
Manufactured Tobacco remains quiet. There is as yet no
sales include 500 bales

TOBACCO.
Friday, P. M., February 12,1869.

There jg a decrease irr the exports

of crude tobacco this

week, t.jio total at $ 11 the ports reaching 429 hhds., 817



accumulation of stocks sufficient to attract

The following are
for the past week:

•

....

47
13

255

Virginia

•

:

8,710

526

•

2,3431,443,549

....

New Orleans
$an Francisco

•

1,583

from which the

ports

0,840

Philadelphia

82,456

216

403

Top. &
eer’s.

85!)
850

512,005
29,239

143,207

....

....

Bales.

525

•

336
1

....

5

18

...

•

206

...

17

252

Cases.

7,524

•

522

3

1,607

have been shipped
lihds.
7,328

•

2

174

table indicates

"’is

""20
....

....

1,504

Honolulu’*&clT
All others.

The

....

15

98

I East Indies

I

is

160
2)
58
13

UD

Total

•

•

•

525

South America

Ot the

present stock ofcutlon in Liverpool 21 percent is American,
against 87 per cent last year. Of Indian cotton the proportion is 49
per cent, against 37 per cent.
London, January 30.—There was a good demand for cotton during
the early part of the week, but it has since subsided, and the market is

•

2«5
148
451
166

67

West Indies

852,340

West Indian..
East Indian...

2

i

B. N. Am. Prov

1868.

Stocksfciame
Dee. 31,
date
This
ISOS
day. a 1869,
82,360
76,770 1 !0,7u0

•

IDS

21,55.) 28,40!) I above exports
59,010
7,000 13,600
1
52.000
4,010 0,830
From
1,040 2,730 New York
12,020
180,070 23,150 20,500 Baltimore

,

•

.

...

....

....

457

weekly sales.

403,250.1 425,160 J 58,010 78,300
,

3,593

Total since Novi.

Average

,

322
It
870

4,375

Africa, «fco

a

SALKS, ETC., OP ALL DESCKITTIONS.
Sales this week.
Total
Same
Ex- Specula1 his
period
Trade. port.
(ion. Tola
1808,
year.
American..bales, 19,510 1,980 3,440 21,030
118,710
131,170

20

..

....

37

Austria

015,120

'

30

827
50

3'9

ManPd
lbs.

Mediterranean

015,570

26,010

111

1,923
1,023

Pk"S.
& bxs.

5!)

017

France

21,58)

73,010

..

435

5,861

Stmin, Gibralt. »fcc

10,100

so

558

4,132

Italy

80,810

5,110

1.961

2,462
2,40

Belgium

177,070

1,07)
3,Sl,0

..

hhds.

Holland.,

K. ir.
18(18.
bales

21 430

.

...

,

1867,

bales;

bales.

‘Mean:....
dliin...
pt.ian. SuC..
t Indian..

spec. to this date—.

Stems,

Bales. & tea.

Cases.

Germany

Actual
exp11 from

othc r outports
to this date—.
1869.
1S6S.
bales.
bales.

Hhds.

ft rent Britain..

:
r—Actual export from"'

•

-1 ak'*n on

I’er’s
To

speculation

on

export have been to the following extent

ber 1, 1 8(»8.

buyers.

the exports of tobacco from

New Yoik

THE CHRONICLE.

212
EXPORTS

OF

TOBACCO FROM

NEW

YORK.*

[February 13, 1869.

FOREIGN EXPORTS

FROM NEW

YORK

FOR THE WEEK AND

Lbs.

Pkgs. Manf’d.

Ilhtls. Cnees. Bales.
18

Liverpool

Bremen
Hunhnrar....
Gibraltar A Malaga
Danish West Indies
Dutch West Indies
British N. A. Col
Britten West Indies
British Gu ana

i

40

432

330
1

206

100
140

...

....

36,695
11,250

10,489
"

2

7

„

....

"‘167

12
....

Central America
New Grmadi

3

Venezuela
Brazil..

N* A. Col. week.;
Since Jan. 1

8
2

4,205

45,365

but-h
44,610

bush,
.

..

.

5,000

522,086

33
33

5 1,590

4,760

7,607

21,772

33
33

1,590
12,457
13,775

52,350
561,079

904,920

400

11,778

12,188

4,794
20,399
23,199

Since Jan. 1,1869.133,160
Same time, 1808.. 79,278

183,715
915,887
141,023

10,218

...

931,057

Since Jan* 1 from—
12

315

67,391

.

12,346

Philadelphia,

Baltimore
The exports in this table to European
ports are made up from manifcits, verilied and corrected by an inspection of the cargo.

for the week, from the

Boston—To Sh Thomas, 1 hbd.. .ToHayti, 25 half bales....To Nova
Scotia, 1 case.
Prom New Orleans—To Nassau, 47 bales.
From San Francisco—To Callao, 92 ca^es
To Honoluls, 1 case.
From Philadelphia—To Barbadoes. 10.482 lbs manufactured.
h^rom

In Store

2,328
1,988
3,312

5.205

30,783

*

in

Friday, Feb. 12,1869, P. M.

The mark it

generally lias taken a more favorable turn to
been, during the past week, a pretty
general improvement in prices, wi h an increased business.
The receipts of flour have continued very small, and, not¬
withstanding the reduced demand for some weeks past, the
stocks in store have been
steadily diminishing, while the
persistency with which the trade has refrained from pur¬
chasing, lias left very small stocks in dealers’ hands. They
There has

2,763'

100

6,829

3,116
2,631

194,442

New York Warehouses:
1868.
Feb. 10.

-1S69-

Feb. l.

Wheat

Feb. 8.

bush.2,939,920

Corn
Oats

Barley

1,507,679

2,708,609
1,467.619

1,399,879
2(472,312

1,705,380
2,134,191

2,390 529
91.384

132,111

228,380
53,426
67,191

225,185
57,807
5S,034

65,237

...7,292,654

Rye

6,939,194

5,591/98

126,506

;

Peas

Malt....
Total grain, bushels

BREADSTUFFS.

holders.

.

Co’n

Oats,

bu-'h.

4,222
|4,091

12

723

The direction of the foreign exports
other ports, has been as follows :

Earley.

bush.

693

12,2o3

Boston
423

bush.
172,748

10

730

We*t Ind. week..
Since Jan. 1

7,800

75

Total

bbls.

Total exp’t, week

990
15

Flour, C. meal, Wheat, Rye,

To
hhls.
Gt. Brit. week....
3,150
Since Jan. 1
42,183

1*

SINCE JAN.

Tiie Stocks of Wheat in Store at
1868 and 1869, were near upon the

Chicago and Milwaukee in 1867,
following figures at a late date :
1867.

Chicago, bush
Milwaukee, bush

1869.

186Q

677,800
452,000

Receipts

at

1.550.600

922,000

1,299,000

1,129,800

Total

924,000

1,916,000

2,819,0 o

Lake Ports for the week ending Feb. 6

:

Floor*

Wheat.

Corn.

bbls.

bush.

bush.

37,115
6,303

371,000
7,454

[89,09 L

10,777

3 296

2,051

12.652

108,941
66,803
31,300

117,290

11,397

10,6''8

20,195

26,885
14,123
31,200

697

At

Chicago
Milwaukee
Toledo
Detroit

Cleveland

Barley.

Rye

bush,

Oats.
bush.

bush*"
15.6( 4
3,-:69
2,470
369

710
7,000
1,150
17,606
68,940
have, consequently, come into market the past week, and
lotals
74,467
154.695
some large lines have been
584,889
15,535
22,765
235,313
disposed of. They have taken Previous week
128,873 434,049
813,427
178,374
33,592
28,077
principally of ^tlie medium and better grades, in which there Correspond’g week, ’68. 50,806 251,840 561,362 171.459- 52,960 8,871
'61.
71,575
184,612
21.912
10,171
150,481
61,330
has been some recovery from the
prices lately current. The
’66.
37,840Jft.242,942 / 161,833 114,056
11,125 13,764
low grades being neglected, and with but little
export
receipts
demand, experienced more decline, but are rather better at 6, Comparative indicated at the same ports, from January 1 to February
in the years
:
“

“

the close.

1869.

Wheat has been

active, both for export and milling,
speculation, and prices of Spring growths are
2@3c better on the week. But, notwithstanding the rapid
reduction in the stocks of
Spring Wheat, holders have been
with

at

each

advance, and to day there was a liberal
show of samples at £l Gl@l 05 for No. 2 in store and
afloat.
Winter Wheats have been dull, and California not
saleable over
per bushel. The dulness and liberal supply

of Winter Wheats

1806.

315,020

416,872

208,275

2,621,085
3,190,646
1,009,455
133,163
183,114

1,311,032
3,815,9.6
812,661

1,834,587

206,148

1,187,683
1,112,897
612,972
184,916

75,591

107,805

95,898

7,137,463

6,222 008

3,206,273

3,200,622

more

some

free sellers

1S67.

690,799

are

the chief obstacles to

an

advance in

Spring Wheats. Receipts at Lake ports are smaller, and
No. 2 Spring has advanced in
Chicago to $1
Corn having declined to 90c for
prime new and $1 for
prime old Western Mixed, some speculation set in, attended
with an advance of 4c in
prices of both descriptions.
Receipts continue light, and stocks diminishing, with a fair
trade ; but the advance has shut out
export orders, and the

Wheat, bush
Oats, bush...

Barley, bush

Kye, bush...

Liverpool.—We have the following statistics
29th January, received to-day by steamer:
farmer’s

Corresponding week last

year

..

speculation, but trade is very moderate, and the close flat.
Barley has been active and firmer, several parcels of German
having sold at $2 22£@2 30, part to arrive. Canada West
has brought $2 ]5@2 18, and State
quoted at $2 00@2 05.
Barley Malthas a steady sale. Canada Peas remain entirely

Wheat.

nominal.
The following are

Flour-

Superfine
Extra State

closing quotations
Corn

:

Meal

|4 00® 5

6

so® 7 15

7

00® 7 50

1 48® 1 72

Red Winter
Amber do

1

77® 1 35
go® l 95
Extra W<
Western, coinWhite.....
95® 2 1»
mon to
gooa
6 75® 7 10 Corn, Western
Mix’d, old 1 04® 1 06
Double Extra Western
Western Mixed, new...
96
92®
and St. Louis
7 25®11 50
Yellow new.,...
92® 95
Southern supers
6 65® 7'25
White new
94®
g7
Southern, extra and
Rye-...147® 151
family
7 50®12 00
Oats, West, cargoes new 75# @
76
Californanew
8„50®10 50 Barley
2 tO® 2 30
Rye Flour, fine and super¬
Malt
2 lo®
fine
5 25® 7 35 Peas Canada
1 40® i*60
Tli© movement in Vreadstuifs at this market has been as
follows:
"

‘

l
1

-

.....

...

RECEIPTS AT

«

Flour, bbls...,_
Corn meal, hhls
Wheat, bush
Corn, bush
Rye, bush
Barley. Ac., bush
OatB, busk.,*


NEW YORK.

-1869
,
For the
Since
week.
Jan. 1.

26,2U5

210,930

7.675

50 740

1,400

147,575

483,180
799,980

38,320
14(405

138,280

*.

950
>....

103,870

4d

4d

corn.

26,749

30,447
82,004

198,292

Oth. grn. Fl.&M 1
21.467
5,985

IMPORT

of

grain

into

9,213

10,116

112,451

30,680

16,101

2,522,960 1,667,666
4,112,526 1,158,650

„

862,172

403,336
388,981

the

Wheat,
cwt.

Sept 1, 1868 to Dec. 81, 1863
last year

10,336,429
13,473,199

UNITED

In.

874,251

KINGDOM.

Oth. '-rain, FI.&M1.
cwt.
cwt.,
4,355,24s
8,339,375 1,307,679
1,976,080
5,764,696 1,321,980
o

n,

cwt.

GROCERIES.
Friday Evening, February 12, 1869.

The

all-important feature of the market has been the re¬
prices and the large sales of sugar.

markable advance in

$ bbl. $5 90® 0 35 Wheat, Spring,per bus'n.

Shipping R. hoop Ohio.

I.

171,543

...

Since 1st Sept, 1868
Same time 1867....

Same time

76,870 qrs., at 52s
49,584
“ “72s

IMPORT.

Europe, &c
..

58,123

deliveries.

FOREIGN

For the week.
America and Canada

860,018
851.996

from circulars of the

Last week

close is dull.

Rye has been moderately active and firm. Oats have
been rather firm, in
sympathy with Corn, and some

1868.

-1868.For the

week.

33,940
13,600
42,545
353,585
I 1,320
7,940

24,995

Since
Jan.1.

250,055
68.555

821,080
1,678,435
9,140

57,255

150,310

The fluctuations and excitement in this branch of the trade
have been such

could

hardly be caused by any influence
powerful than a serious political disturbance such as that
now prevailing in the Island of Cuba.
There has been no movement in molasses at all correspond¬
ing to that in sugar; on the contrary, business has been dull,
though prices at the close are quite firm.
In tea there has been but a limited trade, mostly in greens.
Rio Coffee has been held almost too firmly to admit of heavy
sales; transactions have been of fair amounts, however.
Gold has been weak, and shows no sign of immediate ad¬
vance, though we incline to the opinion, previously expressed,
that the premium, will
probably be higher within the next
as

less

few months.

Imports of the, \veek have been only moderate; included

February 13, 1869]
in them

THE CHROMOLE

213

three cargoes of tea

were

(one of these at Boston,) remarkable excitement in this market. Influenced
by the news of the
Coffee, and an average quantity of Sugar insurrection in Cuha, holders have raised
prices with great rapidityr
of West India
product, besides 38,855 bags of Brazil and followed as rapidly by [speculative buyers, and within the
last two
Manilla.
Under these limited
days large amounts have changed hands at rates
marked by an advance
receipts ^stocks have been in
refining sugars of J cent per lb.
reduced, with the usual effect of
during the course of a single day’s
strengthening the market. business, and fully cent since the
Full details
four

cargoes

Uio

or

of the
imports at New York for the week, and at
the several
ports since January 1, are given below under the

respective heads.

The totals

are

follows

as

lbs. 1,218,474
132

pkgs.
bags
bags.

Cotlee, Kio
Coltbe, other

Sugar

11,461
9,165
1,958

boxes.

Sugar

..hhds.

Sugar

bags.

Molasses

hhds.
bbla.
TEA.

Molasses, New Orleans
There has been but

a

The

5,707,686
1,521
189,176
44,380
30,143

2,62)
38,855
2,557

1,724

moderate business done

2,852
154,654
44,380
28,587
1',626
45,068
12,97*;

14,137

1,

9,bl5

are as

follows

imports

:

,

at all the ports since

v

'

inquiry has been principally for Greens ; B1 acks have been but
though we notice a sale at the close of 2,100 half
chests of
Souchong. Prices have be en well supported. The new

V

y

.....

....

.

crop
trade in their

.

.

4

.

•

•

•

.

.

far proving inferior in
quality to the last crop. Sales com¬
prise 11,445 half chests Greens,
2,6 00 do Souchongs and 2,472 do
so

Refiners

Ofhcr
Brazil, Manila NO.
Cuba.
P Rico.
For’u,
At—
bgs. &c bgs, hhds.
b’ys. ♦hhds. *hlids ♦hhds. Tot’l,
♦hhds.
New York stock....
'
6,883
15,376
Same date 1868
55,246
4,484
“
4,M3
5,853
1367
37.068
22.165
106,704
Imp’ts since Jan 1. 18,058 6,301
223
2,410
8,994 35,559 73,375
Portland
do
60
322
Boston
do
2,041
283
svi 1,159
‘Yo
Philadelphia do

during the past week.

disappointed the

last report.

highest figures, but generally only so
by their wants. The course of the

Brazil.
The stocks at New York
Feb. 11, and
Jan.

little a^ked for,

teas hitherto received
have somewhat

our

Melado, 62,697 bags Manila, 5,000 do Pernambuco
4,248 do Bahia, and 13,451 boxes
Havana.
The imports of the week
at New York have been
as follows :
boxes and 2,4 33 hhds. of
1,958
Cuba, 187 hhds. of Demerara,
Manilla and 13,311
25,544 bags of
bags of

4,229,932

12,716
71,020
17,033

close of

the

even

compelled to
market it would be difficult
to foretell.
Sales include 7,803 hhds.
Cuba, 637 do Porto Rico, 101 do
Barbadoes, 28 do Demerara, 140 do
New Orleans, 30 do

:

Total at all
At N. York. ,-From Jan 1 porta
to elate--,
1 hi* Week.
1869.
1868.

Tea
’
Tea (indirect
import)

quality,

have purchased some at
far as
they were

Baltimore
New Orleans

do
do

1,275

.

5.679

.

3,030

1,036

•

826

420

1,3/7

....

....

•

-

4,150

....

2,143

■

134

....

Japan’.
Total import.... 30,143
8,22 5
511
4,598 12,716 39,709 73,845
Same time 1868. 23,587
456
6,o33
Impor's of tea for the week include two
3,793 10,626 14,500 17,590
260
cargoes at this port and one
at Boston, of which
*
the details are as follows
Includes barrels and tierces reduced
:
“ Resolute,” from
to hogsheads
Shanghae, 17,067 lbs Congou and
Souchong, 35,273 do Twankay, 1,600
do
MOLASSES.
tiyson.Skin, 22,2 .4 <lo Hyson,
There has been
Imperial, 156,516 do Gunpowder,851,168 do Young Hyson, 87,047 do
scarcely any sympathy in this market with the extra
27,141 do Japans. “ Game
from
Cock,”
Whampoa, 179,0 *6 lbs Congou, <fec., 64,500 do
do
Pouchong, 88,727 ordinary excitement prevalent in Sugars, with foreign and domestic
Oolong, 18,006 do Hyson skin, 14,208 do
Hyson, 82,199 do Young Molasses remaining almost stationary in price. Towards the
Hyson, 68,7 93 do Gunpowder.
close
At Boston the
“Hoogly,” from there has been some improvement noticeable in the tone of
Toochow, brings 273.461 lbs
the market
Congou, <fcc., and 195,065 do of Oolong.
for foreign.
The
The views of holders
following table shows the shipments of Tea from China
necessarily receive strength from the
and course of
Japan to the United States from June
Sugars, and they are indifferent as to
1, 1868, to Nov. 30, the date
of latest advices
selling at the present
by mail; and importations into the
rates.
Sales foot up 1,087 hhds
Cuba, 454 do Demerara, 10 do Nuevneluding San Francisco), from Jan. 1 to date, in 1868United States (not
and 1869.
....

_

SHIPMENTS FROM CHINA

& JA-

PAN FROM JUNE ] TO NOV.
30.

Congou &

Son

lbs.

Pouchong
Oolong &Ning

Pekoe

1868.

1867.

960,114

2,363,7.9

..

Twankay

34!),779

Hyson skin
Hyson
Young Hyson
Imperial
Gunpowder
Japans

731,878
4,447,692
901,206
1,574,179
4,582,170

2,014,876

prices for Rio

2,800
37,716

“

301,278

1,501,468

1,053,590

Irnp’tssince

4,229,932

:

Cuba.
13,508
dite ’€8 5,654
“
’69

Jan. 1
“

Boston,

“

NewOrlears

2,450
8,9S3

“

584
38

223
....

Dcrnerara.

Other

Total.

2,065

....

2,380
475

308

....

....

Total import

firmly sustained(

*

too firm for the promotion of an
active business. The business of
the week,
though not remarkable for
amount, still foots up a fair total.
>

..

13,450

223
223

9,872

3,163

1,926

6 0

10,450
555

924
568

....

2,722
410

286

....

Same time 1868

bbls.
3,500
2,250

16,157
6,235
3,710
11/86
2,352
1,379

543

....
....

N. O

foreign, foreign,

259

924
260
286

...

Porto
Rico.

1,260

1,877
1,120

“
“

Philadelphia

Baltimore

5,707,686

importei s’views being, if anything,

“

Portland

pkgs.

and Santos Coffee have
been

same

“

510,007
89,4)6
112,587

150 406

follows

as

♦Hhds at—
New York, stock

10,342
58,959

59,274
650,2-4

2,436,831

uary 1, are

2,252,285

49,921
19,606

1,123,8 4

COFFEE.

92,100

64,500

Total, lbs
16,161,854
20,19S,062
The indirect import
from Jan 1 to date is 1,521
The

1868.

896,073

411,631
21,949
789,7l0
4,345,807
952,721

37,895
...

1869.

1,271,930
176,2( 0
S,6o8,019

211,682

itas, and 650 bbls New Orleans.
The receipts of the week
at New York have
included 2,557 hhds
of Cuba, 327 hh Is.
Demerara, and 1,724 bbls. of New Orleans.
btccks at New York Feb.
11, and imports at all the ports, since Jan¬

IMPORTS FROM CHINA A JA¬
PAN INTO U. 8. SINCE
JAN 1.

259
646

„....

17,033
12,976

14,137
9,845

Includes barrels and tierces reduced to
hogsheads.

SPICES.
There has been the usual

steady trade to jobbers.

Prices

are

gener¬
ally fully supported, and we remark a little more firmness in
single sale of 1,600 bag>, of Java
Singapore
Pepper, which has been selling freely for the last
only a few smell lots have been disposed
day or two at 24
of, but these have been cents, a
figure not before reached during the present season.
placed at steady rates, and the
In other

descriptions, except

a

general tone of the market has been

of

increasing strength. The sales are 18,911 bags of
Rio,
Java, 520 do. Laguayra, 821 do. St.
Domingo, 100 do. Costa
one

2,600 do.

Rica, and

8 3 do Coro.

Imports Rio for the week include the
following cargoes: “ Bessie,”
(Santos,) 3,010 bags; “Invergnie,” 4,000;
“Pilgrim,” 8,250 do.
“Wavelet,” 4,211,
At New
Orleans, “Yaymoydin,” 7,881 bags;
“Dolphin,” 4,020 do.
At Galveston, “
Leopoldine2,800 bags.
At Baltimore,
“Traveller,” 4,003 bags ; “Lapwing,” 4,671 do.

-■Of other sorts the arrivals
include two cargoes of St.
amounting to 9,105 bags, and 60 bags of Jamaica.
New

Philadel.

Domingo,

.....

more.

...

....

....

.

....

....

In

bags.

Java...

one

Total.
148,586

204,19q
189,17«

154,654

or

two

are

able to

very good.
light supply
former during the
early part of the
week were in
very poor condition, reducing the available stock here
to
a considerable extent.
Fresh receipts are
expected shortly, and prices
Both West Indian and Mediterranean
Green Fruits
and some of the arrivals of the

without much alteration.

are

in

In Domestic dried there has
been

trade, Southern dried apples selling freely and at better
prices.
note a sale in the latter of a
very fine lot at 12@18 cent?, an

a

fair
We

unusuaj

figure.

at tho

r-New York—, Boston Philadel.
Balt. N.Orle’s Tota*
Stock. Import, import,
import, import, import, import
+2,241
*5,950
*8,232
*14,182
+
*268
3,850

FRUITS. ;
market has been dull
generally, and prices in
instances ha^e
deteriorated; in the main, however, our

Foreign dried the

quotations require no reduction, and in Turkish Prunes
we
note an improvement.
The demand frt* these continues

are

Balti

New Savan. & GalOrleans. Mobile, veston.
40,000
6,500
2,800
4,060
25,000
40,000
3,500
2,800
Imports..
119,642
4,200
“
85,666
19,084
7,784
in 1868
95,835
19,413
35,906
3,500
Of other sorts the stock"at New
York Feb. 11 ,and the
imports
several oorts since Jan, 1 were as
follows:
In Bags.
York.
Stock
*,96,786
Same date 1868. 131,698

j

In

THE DRY GOODS TRADE.
There has

not

been any

Friday, P. M., February 12, 1869.

extraordinary activity in the
during the week among commission merchants find
Maracaibo
5,8.
5,013
Laguayra...
5,013 in the jobbing houses, while the number of
3,144
972
2,S00
St. Domingo
purchasers has
900
8,472
17,927
534
Other....‘
18,461 been on tfr ) increase, they have, as
..14,032
4,685
132
yet, hardly taken hold
497
5,216 with
muc! eagerness. Prices remain
Total
33,119
34,715
13,305
firm, without a sign
2,500
Same ’68
523
51,043 of
17,973
29,005
12,8i6
2,544
5
any concession on the part of holders, and it is
44,380
probable
Includes mats, &c., reduced to
bags.
that buyers, who have come to the
%■ 2,270 mats.
+ Also 26,378 mats.
city to stock up, will
SUGAR.
soon commence to
purchase in earnest, relinquishing the
Thhe present week has witnessed a
very unusual and in itself idea that
goods will he lower within a short time, Manu*
Singapore..
Ceylon




....

7,000

....

...

2,607

557

....

....

market

claim, with apparent reason, that goods cannot be
manufactured—with cotton at 30 cents a pound—and sold

facturers

lower prices than those now current. And, although
the leading mills of the country are stocked up
with cotton, for several months to come the standard for
the price of goods will still he, the cost of manufacturing at
the prices for the raw material current at the present time.
There is much now said upon the market as to the large
proportion of Southern buyers in the city; and we hail
with satisfaction, the arrival again in the New York market
of purchasers from the South, w ho formerly constituted so
large and liberal a class of the country merchants who
traded with our jobbers.
The exports of dry goods for the past week, and since Jan
uary 1, 1868, and the total for the same time in 1807 and
1800 are shown in the following table :

at any
some

of

PROM BOSTON.

PROM NEW YORK.

.—Domestics.—» D, Goods,
pkgs.
Val. packages.

Exports to

83
31

Brazil
Glasgow
Hamburg

Total this week.
Since Jan. 1, 1869..
riame time 1868....
«
“
I860....

annex a

....

..

94,773

manufacture, our

cases.

•

•

•

.

....

....

4
3
3
1

...

...

1,802

2,627
,425

...

•

•

11
105
463

•

170

$5,024
3s, son
2)1,835
...

....

as can bn
makes are firmly

season

1'rices of the best

of the year.

maintained. Allamancc plaid 18, Caled mia 141,
Glasgow 16, Hampden 16b Lancaster 17, Manchester 134It is too
Muslin Delaines.—There is a modera e business doing.
early in the season for a general displ »y of spring styles., A few light
effects are offered by some cf our jobb rs, but we do not look for much
activity in these goo Is tilljnext month. Pacific Armures 21, do Alpacas
3-4 plain 25, 6 4 274, Pekios 25, Orientals 20.
Tickings continue in moderate demand.
Prices are not quotably
higher; but the market has a decidedly upward tendency. Albany 11,
American 144, Amoskeag A C A 85, do A 3o, do B 25, do C 22,
do 1) 20, Blackstone River 17, Conestoga 26, do extra 31, Cordis 31,
do BB 17, Hamilton 26, do 1) 2 >, Lewiston 36 32-.], do 32 29, do
30 23, Mens, and W’kin’s 29, Pearl Paver 3', Pemberton A A 26, do
E IS Swift River 174, Thorndike 17 Whitten len A 224, Willow Brook
30, York 30 26, do 82 324
Strides are selling in small lots tr complete assortments.
Last
week’s prices are readily obtained.
Albany 11, American 14 4, Amos
keag 22-23, Boston 15, Everett 13], Hamilton 224, Haymakei 16,
Sheridan A 14, do G 14], Uncasvill dark 164, do light 15], Whittenton
A A 23, do A 20, do B B 17, do C 15, York 2 2].
Checks.—We make no change in our quotations.
There is a fair
stock offering, and prices ate considered low compared with other goods.
Caledonia No. 70 26, do 60 25, do 10 25, do 8 19, do 11 224, do
15 274, Kennebeck 25, Lanark No. 2 13, Park No. 60 16, do 70 20, do
90 274, Pequa No 1,200 14 4, Star Mills 600 —, do 800 16, Union No
'

do 50 274.

and stocks have
tending upward, especially for
Beaver Cr. blue 27],
Manchester 20, Otis

Denims are in better demand ibis week than last,
been considerably reduce I.
Prices are
the batter grades.
Amoskeag 31, Blue Hill 15,
do OC 18], Columbian extra 29, Haymaker 1 84,
AX A 27b do BB 25, do CC 21, Pearl River 30,

...

9 •

expected at this

large

20 25,

....

6

56,701

'1,025

few

..

....

...

357 $16,218
957 102,688
.

pkgs,
....

....

....

**.

..

Val.

$...

...

....

City.

Domestic!

fistf

4,101

....

.

Bremen
Cuba
St. Domingo

850

4

Venezuela

6,436

14

Mexico.
New Granala

$1,115

25

Dutch \V. Indies...

We

[February 13, 1869.

THE CHRONICLE.

214

(i
130

Thorndike 19, Tie-

mont 20.

1,937

The demand for
agents report that
they are sold ahead for several weeks. Amoskeag 15 4, Andro coggin
are firmly held at last week prices.
goods has been so large this season that the

Corset Jeans

4,864

particulars of leading articles of domestic
prices quoted being those of the leading

jobbers:

these

17, Bates 124, Everetts 16,

Indian Orch. Imp. 14,

Laconia 164, Lew¬

satteen 17.
outside lota, which
cleared from the maiket,
agents are obtaining full rates. We bear of some large sales to.West.ei n
jobbers at our quotations. Amoskeag 424, American 45, Androscoggin

iston —, Naumkeag 154, Newmarket 14, Washington
Cotton Bags are scarce in jobbers hands, and as
have been selling under agents prices, are

The de¬
disposition
feeling prevails
among the holders of stock that an advance must soon take place if cotton
45, Lewiston 45, Stark A 474remains at its present figures. We quote: Agawam 26 inches 131, AmosCotton Yarn and Warp are in light supply, arul prices very firm.
keag A 36 16bdo B 36 16b Atlantic A 36 W, do II 36 16b do P 36 14, do With more active demand prices must advance. Best Georgia cotton
L36 14bdo V 33 14b Appleton A 3 i 17, Augusta 36 15b do 30 13],
yarns Nos 6 to 1 2 41, Flag warp 4 ply 45, 4 ply cotton twine good 41,
Bedford It 30 101, Boott 11 27 11 1, do O 34 12b do S 40 14b do W 45 extia tine do 42
4, extra finished 2 ply jute 26.
18, Commonwealth O 27 8b Grafton A 27 9.}, Great Falls M 36 11, do S
Cambrics—Botli rolled and flat cambrics are very firm, and with
7s3 13, Indian Head 36 17, do 30 14b Indian Orchard A 40*15, do 0 36
light stocks prices are tending upward. Fpool cotton is now selling at
14,do BB 36 13, do W 34 12, do NN 36 15, Laconia O 39 15,do B 37
loss to the manufacturers.
We quote best 6 cord 90c, 3 cord at 4 2 ]c.
14b do E 36 14, Lawrence G 36 16b do E 36 15, do F 36 14, do G 34
Carpets—There has been more doing this week than any previous
13,do H 27 12, do LL 36 14, Lyman 0 36 15, do E 3*» 17, Massaclm
week this year.
The demand mostly co >.ing from the West, opening
setts BB 36 14 b do J 30 13, Medford 36 16, Nashua fine 33 15, do 36
prices are well maintained, and we would not he surprised to see an
16b doE89 17b Newmarket A 14, Pacific extra 36 10b do H 36 16bdo advance on some makes which we a e told are selling at a loss to the
L 36 144, Pepperell 6-4 30, do 7-4 321, do 8-4 421, do 9-4 471, do
manufacturer.
10-4 52b do 11-4 57b Pepperell E fine 39 151, doit 36 141, do O
Woolens j-.re generally firm, but the demand is not very active at
33 13b d° N 30 121, doG 30 13b Pocasset F 30 111, do K 36 13b do 40
present. There is a mo lerate demand for cloths from the clothing
16, Saranac fine O 33 141, do 1136 16, do E 39 17, Sigourney 36 houses, who a e making up for the spring tra <e. The stock of fancy
10b Stark A 86 1
Swift River 36 121, Tiger 27 91, TremonfcM 83 111. cassimeres on the market is smaller than it has been before in a number
Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings.—Theie has been only a moder¬
of years.
Jobb ts are beginning to lay in stock, and prices are firm.
ate demand for these goods, hut sufficient to prevent an accumulation
Foreign Dress Goods are still inactive.
We note sales of English
of stock either in first or second hands.
'The market clo es firm. Mozambique at 274* The complete revolution in foreign manufactured
Manufacturers appear to s’iow no uneasiness, but are wailing the
the Atlantic telegraph cable has brought about is
usual spring demand,, which must be near at hand.
We quote : goods which and deman 1 being equalized, and the flooding of the being
felt, supply
mar
Amoskeag46 19, do 42 18, do A 36 161, Androscoggin 36 18, Appleton ket to great extent prevented. J he city and near-by trade are buy¬
36 18, Attawaugan XX 36 15b Atlantic Cambric 36 26, Ballou
Son 36 ing a few silks and muslins for the early spring d mand, but the heavier
16 do 33 18, Bartletts 36 16b do 33 15b do 30 14b Bates 36 20,
are bolding off till the auction sales fairly commence.
do*B 33 15, Blackstone 36 1 5],do D 36 14 Boott B 36 15l.do C 38 14 ],do E buyers importations of January tend to weaken the views of buyers.The
heavy
35 14, do H 28 111. do O 30 13, do It 27 11, do L 36~154, do W 45 18,
The auction rooms have-not yet offered any special attractions ; but
Dwight 36 25, Ellerton E42 20,do 27 10, Forrest Mills 36 15, Forestdale their sales, though ccmparatively small, have been well attended, and
36 17 Globe 27 81, Fruit of the Loom 36 19, Gold Medal 36 15b Greene
the prices have been generally satisfactory.
f
'
M’fg Co 86 13, do 30 lib Great Falls lv 36 16, do M 33 141, do S 31
IMPORTATIONS OF DRY GOODS AT THE PORT OF NEW YORK.
12b do A 83 15, Hill’s Semp. Idem 36 18, do 33 16, Hope 86 151,
James 86 16b do 33 16bdo 31 141, Lawrence B 36 16, Lonsdale 36 18,
The importations 01 uiy goods at this port for the week ending FebMasonville 36 18bNewmarket C 36 15, New York Mills 36 27b Pepper¬ 11, 1868, and the corresponding weeks of 1867 and 1868, have been ts
ell 6-4 82b do 8-4 46, do 9 4 62b do 10-4 o7b Rosebuds 36 17A, Red
follows:
W. 36 15, Tuscarora 36 22, Utica 5*4
FOR CONSUMPTION FOR THE WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 11, 1869.
Bank 36 13, do 32 114, Slater J.
1 869.
L868.
1 367.
36 do 6-4 40, do 9-4 65, do 10-4 70, Waltham X 33 13b do 42 16b
Value.
Pkgs.
Valne.
Value.
Pkgs.
Pkgs
^0*6-4 30, do 8-4 45, do 9-4 52b do 10-4 574, Wamsutta 45 32, do 401 Manufactures of wool... 530 $272,061
991
561
$432,065
$230,929
371,948
1.296
616
178,610
do
cotton.. 407
153,537
29, do 36 25, Washington 33 11.
Prices remain unchanged. Amos392
388,089
320
184,239
Brown Sheetings and Shirtings show but little change.
mand has been light. Prices are firmly sustained, and no
is manifested to press sales ; but, on the contrary, a

a

a

a

*

ENTERED

,

,

Brown

Drills are

quiet I ut firm

D 17,

keag 17b Boott 174, Graniteville
Stark A 17 b do H 16b
Prints have been in fair deman ; but as | rioters have been running
on slu rt time, there is no accumulation in agents’ han-!s, and prices are
well maintained for
cents, prints cannot

18£ cents for full madders on
make in our quotat ons, as

The “

drives" ottered by a




873
972

$818,146

3.342

from

warehouse and tiirown
THE

standard cloths. We have little change

prices are for the present in statu quo.
leading jobber in prints have had no effect

Wamautta 104, Wauregan 13.
Gingjumb,-—The demand for ginghams is light, but is

126,251

Manufactures of wool... 2,241
do
cotton.. 1,8*24
silk
268
do
llux
do
1,833

SAME

PERIOD.

$1,054,066
'028,Of <3
3 2,860

287

6,788 $2,698,592

Total

2,391
3,312

Addeut’d foreonsn’pt’n 4,876

$18,146

Totalth’wunpon mak’t, 11,664 $3,510,738
Manufactures of wool...

652

cotton..

643

silk....
flax....

305
145

Miscellaneous dry

goods.

15,562

3,901

1,803

$aso,94i
818,146

5,102
3,1342

"

probably as

Tttal entered at the port 6,684 $1,699,037

055

689
572
116
621

$257,391

138,'•61
20,649

4,237

152,733
151,936
155,372
44,992

$798,869

6,235
4,397

1,627,994

135,281

8'.8,065

.

$762,424

5,731 $ 1,616,934J 10,632 $2,390,418
PERIOD.
367
$142,140
294
73,548

88

Add ent dlor consu’pt’n .4,876

$327,578
170,526

DURING THE SAME
470
$155,970
$312,059
332
99,154
281,583
69
84,178
29! ,239
280
64,060
3U 498

ENTERED FOR WAREHOUSING

Total

834
6ii3

112,163

572

258,271
174,621

1,063

$818 065
4,397 $1,627,994
DURING
into the market

591.185

....

do
do
do

158,832
65,455

111
5 3

Miscellaneous dry goods.

yet in

12,

goods.3.513

Total
withdrawn

weakening the market for other first class work. Interior
merchants are ordering mare freely of gen ral stork to sort up w.th
before purchasing lull spring supplies.
We anticipate a more active
market for prints by another week.
A llens 134, American Star 7 d,
Amoskeag 13b Arnolds 11^-12, Cocheco 14, Conestoga 13-134, Gun¬
nell’* 14, Freeman lib Gloucester 134, Hamilton 13 14, Home
84, Lancaster 124-18, London mourning 13, Mallory 134, Manchester 154.
Merrimac D 144, do pink and purple 15, do W 16, Oriental 13, Pacific
184, Richmond’s 134, Simpson Mourning 18, Sprague’s purple and pink
144,do blue and white 15, do fancy 134-144, do shirtings 154, Victory

as

168,325
97,89.)

4,876

Miscellaneous dry

good styles. As long as print cloths bring 9 to 94
be made to sell id a profit for anything less than

tc

157
* 269

silk...
flax

do
do

Laconia 174. Pepperel 18;

,

56,869

119

142,721

212
33*

50,114
21,170

$460,837 fid ,025
8l8,06& 4,397

8,444 $1,278,902

$429,698
1,627,994

5,422 $2,057,682

THE CHRONICLE.

February 13,1869.]

Commercial

Dry Goods.

AMERICAN SILKS.

Miscellaneous.

Cards

TheodorePolhemus&Co.

MANUFACTURED BY

Cheney

215

JENKINS, VAILL &

Manufacturers and Dealers in

Brothers. COT TONS AIL DUCK
And all

Machine Twist,
COTTON

IScwing Slllc,
Trams and

“

Also, Agents
United Stale*

Foulards and

A full

Bolt Agents lor tht ul« of

Bunting Gompany.

supply all Widths and Colors always in stock.
59 Broad Street, New York.

E. A. Brinckeriioff,
J. Spencer Tunnkr.

Tiieodork Poi.uemus.
H. I). Pulukmus, Special.

Belt Hlbbons.

Geo.

PURPOSES TO ORDER.

AGENTS:

EDWARD IT. ARNOLD &
102 Franklin

GURNEY Sc MILL

Street, New York.

UMBRELLAS AND

4 Otis

Street, Boston.

10 and 12 German

PARASOLS,
NO.

It EitlOVAL.

Alv^h

Street, Baltimore.

85

WALKERRST.,

near

And carries

Benjamin,

Have

GANAL

store, and are receiving Weekly, their

on

customary supply of

:Rroadway,

the

JOHN

G L A R K

Milo

STREET,

IS

STREET,

Goods

S H

AWLS,

(Manufactured by THEMSELVES,)
,

Jr.

FOR HAND
SEWING.

*

GO’S.

Expressly for this market, which

offered to the

AND MACHINE

REMOVAL.

STREET, N.Y.

J. F. Mitchell, Linder, Kingsley & Co.,

COMMISSION MERCHANTS

ST

are

Trade at Reasonable Prices.

RUSSELL, Sole Agent.

88 CHAMBERS

C. B. &

Prize Medals.

Dress
AND

End,'Glasgow.

UNSURPASSED

TIIOS,

Between Broadway and Church Street,

Paris

Spool Cotton.

TO

3 2 G

now in

Hall, Black & Co.,

OF

Trimmings

WALKER

BROADWAY,

Under the firm oi

REMOVED FROM

3 7

Company,

MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS,

Hall,

UMBRELLA * PARASOL BUSINESS

Silk Goods &

312

IIAS REMOVED TO

REMOVAL.

IMPORTER

Pierre V. Duflon

(Late Thirion, Maillard & Co.)

(Late of BYRD & HALL, 12 Warren st.

M.

Luciem Maillard.

Street, Philadelphia

CHASE, STEWART St GO.,

E.

WOOLENS,

Of SoTortl Mils.

Nos. 12 & 11 WARREN STREET NEW YORK.

GO.,

210 Chestnut

COTTONS AND

L. Maillard &

Manufacturers ot

IKEN,

LEONARD BAKER Sc

J. Byrd & Co.,

SOIV,

STREET,

MT GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS^

AWNING STRIPES.”

FINE ORGANZINES FOR SILK MIXTURE.CASSlMERES.

SILKS FOR SPECIAL

43 LEONARD

CANVAS, FELTING DUCK, CAR COVER.

1NG, BAGGING, RAVENS DUCK. SAIL TWINES
AC. “ONTARIO*
SEAMLH8S BAGS,

Organzinc*,

Florentines,
Pongee Handkerchiefs,
Milk Warp Poplins,
Silk Dress Goods,

PEABODY,

kinds of

Sc 89 Leonard
Solo

JOSEPH

IMPORTERS OF

Street, New York.

Agents for

GREER’S

GIIEGKS.

Sultana Shawls.

White Goods,

Fond dii Lac Blue Jeans.
Fine 6-4 Cheviot
Coatings. ,
Oxford Gold mixed and Brown Jeans.

Laces,&c.,

HAVE REMOVED TO

Shirtiug Flannels and
Balmoral Skirts.

NOS. 13 Sc 15

LISPENARD STREET.

The Mercantile
MATUNUS, 4-4, 5-4, andii-4, White

Check.

and Red

GARTETS, Ac.

For Bale

on favorable terms
by
WISNEK U. TOWNSEND, 20 Rtade sL.

Abm. Mills

e. j. Siitpman.

Mills &
WOOL

NO. 50 BROAD
We

are

on

Shipman,

BROKERS,

WAV, NEW YORK,

prepared to make

caslTadvan'ces

the spot or in transit.

upon

Wool,

Middleton & Haller’s
RELEASE*: SAFETY HORSE HITCH
Is the best thing ol the kind ever invented. It is
can be manufactured for a few cents, can be
operated with a single motion ot the hand on the
darkest night, and obviates all the trouble of
tying
knots and the (usually) still greater trouble of unty¬
ing them.
They are being manufactured on a large
scale and sell rapidly. Nearly all the
territory is now
disposed of and Is paying well for the investment.
New York State, with the exception of a few counties
already sold, Is now ottered at a reasonable figure.
For further information apply to

simple,

ROBERTS & CO., 15 Wall

,

46

street.

ADDOMETER.”

This instrument for mechanical addition is the latest
invention of the kind, having just been
patented, and
is a great improvement upon any other instrument in
the market.
There is no doubt but tney will be used

lu the future to the same extent that watches are now
and it is quite.Witbin the range of probability that one
million can be sold within tbe next ten years. They
are simple, any one can readily
understand how to
use them; they are cheap, costing about one dollar
apiece. They are Bmall and weigh about as much as a
watch. And the calculations of an hour can be com¬
pressed into a few minutes. The right lor the United
•states can be bought for $11,000, subject to certain re¬

servations, and further information can be obtained




v

Agency

REFERENCE BOOK.

OIL CLOTHS, New Paris Patterns.

ROBERTS fcCQ., 15 W*il street.

SHOE THREADS,
LINEN THREADS,
CARPET THREADS,
SEWING MACHINE THREADS.
GILL NElT TWINES, FISH LINES,

TWINES, FLAX, ETC

Barbour
99 Chambers

Brothers,

Street, Corner Church Street, New York

WORKS, PATERSON, NEW JERSEY

The object of this book, as its name
Implies, la to
afford an easy and readv reference in deciding credits
By consulting it the reader may discover at a glance
the two moat important elements in the claims of
every applicant for credit—first, an Indication of Cap¬
ital ; and second, the Comparative Credit Stauaing of
the party iu the community wliere he resides,
But whi.e tins work is prepared with tie most scru¬
pulous care, we are at all times conscious that it in¬
adequately represents tiie material behind it. Notwitnstanding the labor and the great expense which
the solid mass of names In agate type implies, the
work is only a secondary part of our business ; and
useful as it may be, is only an indication of tbe facili¬
ties we can afford our subscribers in aiding them to
salely dispense credit.
Tuk Refkbenok Book is
merely an outgrowth of a large and comprehensive
system inaugurated and tesieu by us and our immedi¬
ate predecessors years before any such publication
was dreamed of—a system which has for its basis a
statement of all the facts and details gleaned from the
best sources of information, which, year by year, as
they accumulate, make up the history of every busi¬
ness man in the country.
The accuracy of these de¬
tails is alike tested and vouched for by their constant
use as a basis lor credit by the large number oi sub¬
scribers whose confidence we have enjoyed for a pe¬
riod now extending over a quarter ol a century.*lt
is obvious, that with these current histories of all ap¬
plicants for credit accessible, the merchant who neg¬
lects to avail himself of them, and contents himself In
tiie granting ot even a single credit with the mere
Rating ot a Book, does hiimeif very great injustice.
He doubles the ordinary risks of credit by leaning
upon a meagre and at the best incomplete guide.
We have referred to the matter in the above man¬
ner because we notice a dangerous tendency among
dispensers ot credit (eveu among our more recent
subscribers) to rely purely on the Releience Book.
We urge upon them them tiie desirability—nay, the
absolute necessity, ii tney seek to trade safely—to
consult the detailed Reports on Record at our various
olllces. We are certain, from long experience, that

they will be amply repaid for tno slight Jabor which
such a habit will cause, uud convinced that by neg¬
lecting to do so they are constantly doing themselves
an injustice, increasing the already great risks oT cre¬
diting, and rendering inoperative the extended facili¬
ties wnich we pos^e&s to serve them.
The New Book, issued January 1, is the largest and
most complete ever issued; is corrected up to within
a very shoit date of publication, and we are sure will
meet with the approval of our patrons.
DUN. BAULtiW * CO.,
Proprietors.
835

BROADWAY, N.Y., Dec. 24. 1868.

THREE BRANCH

and

Principal Cities of the

TWENTY-

ASSOCIATE OFFICES lath*

Uaited States and Can

a.

Insui

Insurance.

17J BROADWAY, CORNIER OF

Tnrtees, in conformity to the Charter

The

$400,000

Cash Capital
Cash Assets

767,000
16,000

Liabilities

C mpany, submit the following statement
affairs on tbe 31st December, 1863 :
Premiums lece ved on
irom 1st

this day de.

Clared, payable on demand, in cash, to stockholders.
Also, an Interest Dividend of (G) SIX Per Cent on
outstanding Scrip, payable first of April, in cash.
a

Cent on

Scrip Dividend of (4.1) FORTY*FIVE Per
the earned premiums of Policies entitled to

participate inltlie profits for the yeur ending 31st Jan
uary,

1809.

ABSTRACT OF THE

Tliirty-Firat Semi-Annnal Statement,

Showing the condition of the Company on the 1st day

Marine Bisks,

of January, 1869.
ASSETS.

Cash balance In bank
Bonds a>»d mortgages,
real estate

on

Pv licies not marked off

1st January,

Loans

2,5fi3,002 30

1SG8

Total amount of marine

for delivery on and after

premiums — $9,315,972 12

FiFTY (59) Per Cent of the Scrip

of 1363 will be re¬
which date

s.me

interest thereon will cease.

risks, &c

Wm. K. Lothrop,

Secretary.
Assistant Secretary.

Wh. A. Scott,

Total

ary,

The

United States and State of New York

stock, city bank and other stock*...

FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED.

The Road is completed, an t the net earnings for its
fiscal year will be a >oui $1,200,000, while the interest
on the entire Mortgage dent will be
$120,000 in gold,

290,530 03

Company, estimated at

,

2,953,207 53
405,548 83

Premium notes and bil's receivable...
Cash in bank

Street.

Pacific Mutual Insurance.
COMPANY.'
•

CURITIES that we are

Mortgage Bonds ©f tbe Louisville and
Nashville

Railroad,

Bearing SEVEN PER CENT Interest payable semi¬
annually in New York, thirty years to run,

New York, January 13th. 1S69.

Outstanding Premiums January 1,1868
$119,049 4S
Premiums received from Jan. 1, to f’ec.81,
1868 inclusive...,
524,448 47
,

Total amount of Marino Premiums

REST.
There Is not a safer bond, or one of which the inte¬
rest and principal will be more surely paid, made.

J. B.

ALEXANDER A CO.,
19 NASSAU STREET.

Thomas

J. Pope & Bro.

outstanding certificates of the issue of
1865 w ill be redeemed and paid to the ho'ders thereof, or their L gal representatives, on and
after Tuesday the Second of February
next, from which date a 1 interest thereon
The certificates to be produced at the

cease.

of

will
time

Dividend of Forty
Per* Cent Is
declared on the net earned premiums
A

of the Company, for the year ending 31st
December. 18 689 for which certificates will be
issued on and after Tuesday, the Sixth of April

By order of the Board,
J. H.

CHAPMAN,
Secretary.

NEW YORK
TRU STEES:

Jo

J. D. Jones,

eph Gaillard, Jr,
A. Hand,

Charles Dennis,

COMPANY’S

THROUGH LINE

To

C

ALIFORNIA

Touching at Mexican Ports

C.

W. H. H.

James

Moore,
Henry Coit,
Wm. C. Pickersgill,
Lewis Curtis,
Charles H.Ruesell,
Lowell Holbrook,

AND

CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS FOUR
TIMES A MONTH.

On the

1st, 9th, 16th and 24th of Each

Month.
Leave PIER 42 NORTH RIVER, foot of Canal street
at 12 o’clock noon, as above (except when those dates
fall on Sunday, and then on tne preceding Saturday),
for ASPIN WALL, connecting via Panama Railway
with one of the Company’s Steamships from Panama
for SAN FRANCISCO, touching at ACAPl LCO.
Departures of 1st and 16th connect at Panama with
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMER¬
ICAN PORTS. ThoBe of the 1st touch at MANZA¬
NILLO.
One hundred pounds baggage allowed each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through, and
attenato ladles and children without male protec¬

Baggage received on the dock the day before
sailing, from steamboats, railroads, and passengers
who prefer to send them down early. An experienced
sorgeon on board. Medicine and attendance free.
For passage tickets or further information apply at
the Company’s ticket office, on the wharf, footol
Canal street, North Klyer, Kew York.
tor*.




F• R.

RARY, Agent.

period as above
Paid for Losses and

Expenses, less ,-avingB,

Time
-

$539,034 44

251,484 90

&c., during the same period

46,862 74

Cash in bank and on hand
$71,949 81
United States and other stocks... 552,648 50
Loaus on stocks drawlrg Interest 188,700 00

$813,294 SI
254,572 95

Premium notes and bills receivable

Subscription notes in advance of premiums
Ue-i ishrance and other claims due the
Company, estimated at

76,0(0 0J

24,457 07

$1,168,S24 33
Six Per Cent. Interest,
on the outstanding Certificates of Profits will be paid
to the holders thereof, or their leiral represent.itives,
in and alter Tuesday the 2d day of February next.
The whole of the
Total assets

next.

.

PACIFIC Mail STEAMSHIP

VOYAGE.
No Risks liavo been taken upon
or upon Hulls ot Vessels;
Premiums marked off as Earned, during the

UieCoinpany lias the following assets:

BEEKMAN STREET

Steamship Companies.

THIS COMPANY HAS ISSUED NO POLICIES, EX¬
CEPT ON CARGO AND FREIGHT FOR THE

Return Premiums

payment and canceled.

METALS.
39S PEARL STREET, NEAR

$643,497 90

£

AND ACCRUED INTE¬

AT NINETY

HOWARD BUILDING, 176 BROADWAY.'

The following Statement of tin affairs of the Com¬
pany is published in conformity with the requirements
of Section 12 of its charter :

Interest on the outstand¬
ing certificates of "profits will he paid
to the holders thereof or their legal representatives
on and after Tuesday
the Second of
February next.
Six per cent

The

seeking FIRST-CLASS SE¬
still offering of the

$106,837 48
MARTIN, President.

OFFICE OF THE

$1 ',660,851 39

To Investors.
We would remind those

2,740 00

This Company pays no b: okerage, but makes a re¬
bate on city risks, which Is. in ail cases, deducted from
ilie premium on the face or the policy.

that date.

Clark, Dodge & Co.,
No. 51 Wall

210,000 00

mortgages

Total amount of assets

104,097 48

J. H. WASHBURN. Secretary.
GEO. M. LYON, Assistant Secretary.
T. B. GREENE, 2d Assistant Secretary.

Intereet, and sundry notes and claims

thus affording a perfect s. cunty for inv estors. Trice
97X ana accrued interest in currency. Parties pur¬
chasing before February 1st w 11 get the benefit Of

the premium on coupons maturing on
For further particulars apply to

$7,5S7,435 00
2,214,100 00

due the

Janu¬

A. F. VVILLMARTH, Vice-President.
D. A. HEALD, 2d Vice-President.

by stocks and other¬

Heal estate and bonds and

Six Per Cent Gold Bonds

6,878 41

35,586 81
144 00

1869

CHARLES J.

wise

MISSOURI)

14,000 94
56,157 85

Due stockholders on account of 27th, 28th
and 29th dividends

Company has the following as¬

Loans secured

95,619 20

$3,966,282 30

LIABILITIES.
Claims for losses outstanding on 1st

$1,333,270 G1

expenses

128,976 00
38,503 17

:

sets, viz.:

Paci fic Railroad
(OF

1SG8... $0,807,970 SO

Reports of premiums and

GEO. C. SATTEIiLEE, President.
HENRY WESTON, Vice-President.

451,395 00

Other property—miscellaneous Items
Premiums due and uncollected on policies
issued at office
Steamer Magnet and wrecking apparatus.
Government stamps on hand

$3,081,080 49

period

409,(562 00

1,404,713 50

(market value)

policies hive been issued upon
life risks; nor upon fire risks dis¬
connected with marine risks.

deemed or. the first of April next, from

1,178,965 00

stocks, payable on demand

Bank stocks (market value)
Interest due on 1st January, 1869
Balance in hand of agents and in course of
transmission
Bills receivable (for premiums on Inland

No

ary, 1868, to 31st December,
Losses paid during the

on

$145,795 4 3
being first lien on

United States stocks (market value)
State and Municipal stocks and bonds

Premiums marked off from let Janu¬

The Scrip will be ready
the first of April next.

'

(92,000,000.)

of the
of its

$6,7S2,969 82

Premiums

CAPITAL,

Two Million Dollars,

January, 1863, to 31st Dec.,

18G8

SEVEN Per Cent,

CASH

18G9.

NEW YORK, JANUARY 26,

18G9,

OFFICE

Co.,

Company,

NEW YORK.
NO. 135 BROADWAY.

OF

MAIDEN LANE.

New York, February 6,

A Dividend ot (7)

Insurance

Mutual Insurance

COMPANY.

Home

•

Atlantic

Insurance

Washington

Insurance

ance.

OFF.Cfi OF THE

THIRTY-FIFTH DIVIDEND,

Also,

[February 13,1869.

THIS CHRONICLE.

216

R. Warren Weston,

Royal Phelps,
Caleb Barstow,

Pillot,
William E. Dodge,
A. P.

David Lane.
James

Bryce,

Daniel S. Miller.
Wm.

Sturgis,
Henry K. Bogert.
Dennis Perkins.
James G

JOHN D. JONES,

CHARLES

W. H. H.

Low,
B. J. Howland,
Berj. Babcock,

Minturn,
Burnham,
Frederick Chauncey,
R. L. Taylor,
Geo S. Stephenson,
William H. Webb,
Paul Spofford,
Sheppard Gandy,
Francis Sklddy,
Charles P. Burdett,
Robert O. Fergnsson,
£ amnel G. Ward,
WiLiam E. Banker,
Samuel L. Mitchell,

Robert B.

Gordon W.

De Forest.

President.

DENNIS, Vlce-P real dent.

MOORE, 2d VIce-Pres’t.

J. D. HEWLETT, 3d Vice Preo’t.

tutstaiiding Certificates of the Com¬
pany of thu is«ue of 18G4)
will be redeemed and paid In cash, to the holders
thereof, or their legal representatives, on and after
Tuesday, the 2d day of February next, from which
date interest thereon will cease
The Certificates to
be produced at the time of payment and cancelled.
A Dividend in Script of FORTY Per Cent is declared
on the net amount of Earned Premiums for the year

ending December 31st, 1868, for which Certificates will
bejS'iied on and after Tuesday, the sixth day of April
next.
uy

order of the Board.
TRUSTEES:

JohnK.Myers,
A. C Richards,
G. 1). H. Gillespie,
C.E.Milnor,
Martin Bates,
Frederick B. Betts

William Leconey
John A. Bartow,
Alex. M. Earle,
Oliver K. King,
Wm. T. Blodgett.
C. H.

Ludington,

Moses A. Hoppock,
W. H. Mellen,
B. W. Bull,
Horace B. Claflin,
W. M. Richards,

J. L. Smallwood,
Thomas Eakin,
H. C. Southwlck,
Wm. Hegeman,
James K. Taylor,

Ephraim L. Corning,

Adam T. Brace,

A. S. Barnes,

Egbert Starr,

A. Wesson.
John A. Hadden.

Albert B. Strange,
A. Augustas Low,
Dean JL. Fenner.

JOHN K. MYERS. President.

WILLIAM LECONEY, Vice-President.
THOMAS HALE, Secretary,

__________

AGENCY AETNA INSURANCE COM
cany 62 Wall street, New "York. January 4, 1869.A Dividendjof SIX Per Cent has been made by tnj
.^jtna Insurance Company of Hartlord, payable on J
York Stockholders will be paid at this office.
.tames A ALEXAHDER.Agent,

x

217

THE CHRONICLE.

Western Railroad Consolidations.—The Cincinnati Gazette, in an

$l)e Railnjaij Jtlonitor.

article

Railroad Earnings
the

pare

(weekly).—In the following table we com¬
reported weekly earnings (gross and per mile) of Hie

leading railroads for several weeks iu 186$ and 1869
Week.
Railroads.
Chicago and N. West’n.ls* Jan.
t
it
2d,
“

Miles of

44

1

3d,
“
4th, “
1st, Feb.

44

44

44

Chicago, R. Iel. &
44

44

44

it

Pac.

44

n

Michigan Central
44

44

4 4

....

4 4

44

44

.

f
|
(

1

*

j- 1,152

4th, Dec.
lnt, Jan.
3d, “
1st, Feb.

)

2d, Dec.
3d,
”
let, Jan.
3d,
“

44

44

4

44

44

it

1st, Dec.
1st, Jan.
2d,
“
1st, Feb.

tt

I

41

44

4 4

44

tt

1st

4A

(4

225.216

175,165

f

68,159
79.194

tt

73,898

f

67,497
75,107

285

J

90,770
73,245

71,133

65,639
115,131
81,231

and

85,276

80,441
12,650

9,193
9,256
11,527

8 810

9,599
10,447

9,214

180

-

1

279
320
319

219
160
144
159
135

86,622

17.409

Jan.

237

89,510

70,931

I

151
172
172
163

263
264
230

112,850

75,924
83,790

■

151
175
158
104

79,728
91,245

75.438

1867)

/-Earn. p. m—
I860.
1868.
148
154
166
138
145
199
194
247
157
152

70,600
87,300
87,300
73,500

[ 4'0in J

524

2d,
“
3d,
“
1st, Feb.

Boston, Hartford

178,437
191,290
219,621
284,868
182,640

[

506

7,550

.4tb, Dec.

Western Union
'

171,376
159,093
168,273

[

Michigan Southern.... .4th, Nov.
.1

:

.—Grose earn’gg—*
1868.
1869.

road.

215
172
165
160

153

98
M
61
64

53
5o

51

,

4

70

1

England that the Boston, Hartford and Erie Company have leased the
Norwich and Worcester road for ninety-nine years. The bargain has
been concluded by the stockholders on both sides.
The Norwich stock
is to receive 10 per cent a year, net
fI he Boston and Erie Company
have also arranged with the New London Northern road, by which a
through line between New York and Bost' n is to be insured, without
change of cars or the use of the present Shore Line Ferry at the Con¬
necticut River, after July next, by which time the river will be bridged.

MONTHLY

1867.

(507 m.)

(507 in.)

$504,992
408,804

$361,137

388,480

394,533
451,477
474,441
402,674
528,618
526,959
541,491

497,250
368,581

377,852
438,046
443,029
459,370

380,796
400,116
475,257
483,857
477,528
446,596
350,837

917,639
1,070,917 1,139,528
1,153,441 1,217,143
1,101,633 1,122,140

1,243,636 1,118,731
1.208.244 1,071,312
295,400 1,239,024
1,416,101 1,444,745
1.476.244 1,498,716
1,416,001 1,421,881
1,041,115 1,041,646

379,761
391,163
358,601

884,684

804,232

838,858
884,401
429,177
496,665
429,548
352,218

312,879
428,762
487,867
639,435
423,341
370,757

4,650,828 4,613,743
*

(468 m.)
$559,989
480,968
669,168
699,808

682,51.1
633,667

558,378
648,901

654,926
757,441

879,985
8*5,999

MW*



next at the furthest.

.—Chic-, Rock Is.and Pacific.

$394,771 ..Jail.... $226,152
222,241
395,286 ..Feb....
290,111
318,219 .March
269,249
421,068.. A pril..
329,851
355,447. .May...
871,543
352,169.. Jim©..
321,597
341,266.. July...
387,269
407,888.. Aug...
322,638
477,795.. Sept...
366,823
456,886.. Oc t ....
323,030
454,081..Nov ...
271,246
..Dec....

$243,787

3,695,152

3,892,861

(775 in.)

.Jan

901,752. ..Feb..
1,136,994. ..Mar..
1,263,742. .April.
1,163,612. ..May
1,089,605. .June..
.

1,093,043 .July..
..Aug
..Sep...

(708 m.)
$603,053
505,266
505,465
411,605
569,250
567,679
480,626
678,263
671,348

1867.

(708 m.)

$647,119

524,871
417,071
440,271
477,007
5 J 6,494
625,242
709,326
738,530

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

588,219
504,066

823,901
727,809
613,330

..Year..

6,546,741

7,160,991

661,971

Hew York
1866.

1868.

1866

$259,539. ..Jan..
296,496 ..Feb..
261,599... Mar.,
270,386..A prll,
341,181... May.,
373,461.. June.
405,617. .July .
570,353... A Ug..
488,155. ...Sep..
480.212.. .Oct...
408,061.. .Nov..
3S9,073... Dec..

4,544,133.. Year

Illinois Central,
1866.

(708 in.)

(251 m.)
$572,364. ..Jan.
$90,411
531,224. ..Feb..
85,447
462,317. ..Mar...
84,357
538,077.. April..
81,181
579,560 .May...
90,388
621,685. J une..
103,373
98.043
676,468. ..July..
764,138. ..Aug...
106,921
873,500. ...Sep...
104,866
901,631.....Oct....
113/504
699,891. .Nov...
112,952
702,618. .Dec...
123;802
.

.

.

r,823,463.. Year. 1,201,239

Jan...

$542,416 492,694
595,498 602,754

Ju ne..
J uly...

$253,483
208,302
196,092
229,615
513,110
506,548
379,610

..Aug...
...Sep...

456,143

..Feb...
..Mar

..

.April.*
..May...
.

..

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

Year..

4,984,458.. Year... 14,148,215
r-St. Ii, Alton A T. Haute.-*
...Jan...
...Feb...
...Mar...

627,960 684,189
590,557 774,103 ..April..
586,484 611,914 ...May..
507,451 601,246 ..June..
July...
537,381 571,834
606,217 653,287 .-Aug.,,.
G69,087 761,329 ~Sept„.
.41c t *•*.
784,801 842,114
ov....
600,698 689,026
673,796 T30,378
•

1867.

(210 m.)
$178,119

(210 m.)
$149,658

155,893
192,188
167,301

168,699
167,099

166,015
222,953
198,684
944,834
219.996

177,364

•

149,342
174,152
168,162
171,736
156,065
172,983
220,788

219,160
230,340
204,095

171.499

MOW

Ja

867.

.April..
..May. 2.
.June...

238,926
317,977
^400.941
£ 428,474

90,526
96,535
166,594
114,716
121,217

142,823
132,387

123,383

1868.

(210 m.)
$127,594. .Jan...
133,392. .Feb...
149,166. .Mar...

155,388. .April.

130,545. .May...

305,081
702,492
573,234
129,069

4,552,549

II..

.

...Oct...
..Dec

.

98,482

.Jan...
.Feb...
..Mar...

108,461
95,416

April..
..May...

95,924

June..

108,413
126,556
121,519
12\065
119,169
121,408

.July..
.Aug...

.

.

Sep...

Oct...
.Nov,...
.Dec...
•

Year

1,258,713 1 ,294,095’

..

1866.

(521 m.)

$226,059
194,167
256,407
270,300
316,433

140,408. .June..

325 691

143,986 July..
204,596 . Aug...
196.436.. Sept...
210.473.. Oct
174.500.. Nov:,..
1757,37$., Pec....

304,917
396,248
849,317
486.065
354.830
264 741

£ 558,200

659,900

'*517,703 ^544,900
(351,600

«381,4C0

4,105,103

4,487T,791

Michigan Central.

$282,438
265,796
337,168
813,736
365,196
335,082
324,986
359,645
429,166
493,64 J

1867

(285 in )
$304,097
2X3,669
375,210
362,783

333,952
284,977
313,021
398,993

5,683,609 6,517,562.. Year.

392,942

414,(»tM

330,373

410,825
390,671

4,371,071

4,570,014

4,200,125

267,541
246,109
326,236
277,423
283,130
253,924
247,262
305,454
278,701
310,762
302,425
281,613

466,974
511.820

Mississippi.—
1867.

$242,793
219,064
279,647

284,729
282,939
240,135

234,633
322,521

365,372
379.367

336,066
272,063

™
1868

(340 m.
$211,97?
231,381
266,90f
252,149
204,619
217,082
194,455
287,657
807,122
283,329
274,636
233,861

3,380,583 3,459,319 2,964,039
Western Union.

.

$3-13,890
304,115
326,880
415,758
369,625
325,501
821,013

308,649

(340 in.) (340 in.)

,

1868.
<"285 m.

464,776
506,295
412,9133

1866.
.

308.893

366,200

329,800
478,600

274,800

—Ohio A

$319,765 $368,487. .Jan..
240,756
350.884. ..Feb.
261,145
333,281. ..Mar..
316,268
435,629. .April.
401,892
565,718. ..May..
869,358
458,094. .June.
365,401
423,247. ..July.
350,564
522,515. ..Aug..
751 7390 1,023,520. ...Sep..
1,101,773 § 1,037,434. ...Oct..
S766,0178 529,927., .Nov..
So 438,32522. 468,796.. .Dec...,

288,700

<£.415,400 g 401,100

(285 in.)

81.599

281,90j

262,80"

f 404,600

1866.

1868.1

$283,60”

3,466,922

..

Year..

.

224,621
272,454
280,283
251,916
261,480

1868.
(454 m'n

=315,027
260,268

..Nov...

Toledo, Wab. A Western.1
i
-i otiii

$ 292,047

306,693

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

(410 m.)

$241,395
183,385
257,230
209,099
277.505

..

..Feb...
..Mar...

(251 in.) (251 in.)
$94,136 $92,433
78,976
84,652
72,768

1867.

(228 m.)

—Milwaukee A St. Paul.—*
1866.
1867.
1868.
•
(510 m.)
(735 in.)
(820 m.)

1868.

1866.

1866.

9,424,450 11,712,248 13,420,534
1866.

,

1868.

1868.

—Mariettaand Cincinnati.

(692 m.)
(692 m.) (692 m.)
$1,086,360 $901,571 $ .
fan.
895,887
845,853
.Feb..
1,135,745 1,075,773
381,497 Mar.1,190,491 1,227,286
455,983, April.
1,170,415 1,093,731
400,486.. .May..
1,084,633
934,536
363,550.. June.
1,135,461 1,101,693
301,500... July..
1,286,911 1,388,915
480,763... Aug*.
512,523....Sep.., 1,480,929 1,732,673
532,061....Oct.... 1,530,518
419,005 «Nov... 1,211,108
935,857
.
...
426,313
Dec...

(468 m.) (468 in.)

..

Central.-;

1867.

1867.

.

1S68.

.

Pit tab., Ft. W.,& Chicago.1867.

the President of
Jl miles of the
new road, under ihe new contract, have
already been completed, and
are now in running order.
The new contract h d about 160 miles of
the road to build, and the vigorous manner in which the road has been
pushe J along, aud is still progressing, leaves no doubt that the whole
roai will be completed and in running order by the first of November

(507 in.)

..Year..

Hatch, the

Macon and Brunswick Railroad.—The report of
the Macon, Ga., and Brunswick Railroad shows that

(1,032 m.)(l,152 m.)(1,152m.)
$590,767 $696,147
$741,926
459,007 574.664
800,787
613,974 757,131
855.611
624,174 774,280 1,008,959,
880,993 895,712 1 206,796.
925,983 898,357 1,167,544
808,524 880,324 1,091,466.
797,475 1,063,236 1,265,831 ,
1,000,086 1,451,284 1,518,483.
1,200,216 1,541,056 1,574,905
1,010,892 1,210,387 1,135,334
712,359 918,088 1,001,892

359,103
330,169

«fc

disposed of-

(280 m.)

335,510
342,357
354,244
415,982
408,999
426,752

Fisk

ageuts for the negotiation of the First Mortgage Bonds of this Company,
announce that the loan is closed, as the full am uut of b nds have been

(280 m.)

1313,846
S524 m.) $305,857 $371,041)
(524 m.) (521 m
277,284
311,088
3139,736.
412,716
413,970
418,024

Bonds.—Messrs.

(2,80 m.)

~-Mich. So. A N. Indiana.-*
1867.

Pacific Railroad

-Chicago A Northwestern—>

4,596,413 14,139,264
I860.

Central

*

$906,759 $1,031,320.

987,936

aiid Keokuk.”

1868.

;Erie Railway. 1868.
1867.
"

(798 m.)

by way • f t lie new Terre Ilante and tSt. Louis Load and the Illinois Ct ntral; 5th, a direct route via Cambridge and Columbus, Indiana, to Jefferson¬
ville, and ti e routes then southward ; and. finally, when \ he Little Miami lease
is completed, a through route from Columbus, Ohio, to Cline nnati, and thence
to tiie system of roads wh eh muetdiverg irom this point for southern business.
Whatever may be the result of the contest for the control of the Pittsburg, Fort
Wayne and Chic'go Road, the Pennsylvania C'emml has secured its western
and southern outlets to Cincinnati, Louisville, C iro St. Louis, Pekin and
GVicago. The Eiie Line lias secured, beyond pre dventure, an excellent coneonso idated broad gauge line from Nt w York to Cleveland and Cincinnati, and
close connection westward to JSt Louis, over the Ohio and Mississippi Ro»d,
with good connect ions for Louisville, Evansville and C.iiro; also, that which
is of more imp rtanue to its interests, and abandonment ot the reduction of
gange on Ohio and Mississippi line, which had been already begun, and at each
ot the important comers on our western rivers is prepared to enter on active
competition for business with the nan ow gauge lines. The Baltimore and Ohio
lme, by assuming control of the Marietta and Gincinmti Road, and having the
advantage of shortest distance to t ide-water from Cincinnati, e> ters the field
of competition for western business, with a consolidated line from Baltimore
to Cincinnati, amlbyriason « f its close connections with the Indianapolis,
Cincinnati and L' f.iyette Road, a virtuaby conso idaied route to&t. Louisovtr
a new road from luoiatiapolis to Terre Haute, thence to St. Lonis x ia Paris,
and >o tl e north-west by the connections over Chicago and Great Eastern, and
at Lafayette to the West by tUe Toledo, Wabash and Western for SpriDgfleld

EARNINGS OF PRINCIPAL RAILROADS.

Chicago and Alton.

1866.

$1,185,746

Cairo

1867.

476,276 5,094,421

(775 m.)

,

I860.

157,832
285,961
282,165

says:

undisturbed, but the first has a serious break at Indianapolis. The Pennsyl¬
vania Central has gained the fol’owing resu t
which cannot be disturbed:
1st, a through route from Pitt-burg,Columbus, nd Logansport to Chicago: 2d, a
through route irom Columbus, Indianapolis a d Terre Haute to 8t. Louis ;
3d, a n w line to be completed north-wist from Indianapolis via Danville to
Pekin, I linois, and thence to 'he Mississippi; 4th, a more direct route to

1868.

Atlantic A Great Western.—*
1866.

reviewing tbe recent railroad consolidations,

T ho New York Central is interested in two routes direct to St Louis from
Lake E ie. The first from Cleveland, via JJellet ntainc and
Indianapolis, and
the second via Toledo and Springfield. The second route
is complete and

4,

Erie Railroad.—It is announced from New

COMPARATIVE

[February 13,1869.

—*

1866.

1867.

1868.

(157 m.)
(521 m.) (521m.)
45,102
$237,674 $278,712 ...Jan...
36,006
200,793 265,793 ...Feb...

(180 m.)

180 m.)
$46,415

1 Qlirt

1867.

1868.

270,630 263,259
317,052 292,385
329,078 260,529
304,810 293,344
283,833
309,691
364,723 484,208
382,996 450,203
406,766 430,766
351,769 328,279
307,943 320,756

..Mar...

39,299

$39,679
27.666
36,392

.April..

43,333

40,710

..May...

86,913
102,686
85,508
60,698
84,462
100,308

..June..

-.July..
..Aug...

54,478

73,525
126,496
119,667
79,431
54,718

ViiUL. UllfiM

Vfoifc?

.Sept...
.Oct....

.NOV..,.
Dec..
.

-

57,862
60,658
68,262

75,248

40,703

39,191
49,233
70,163
77,839

59,762
84 607
97,338
97,599

67,14*

4^,470

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RAILROAD, CANAL, AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCK LIST.

Subscriber? will confer
COMPANIES

s

=

great favor by
Dividend.

stock.

50

Berkshire*...'.

100

I,10

Periods.

Last
Date

paid.

Jan. A
Jan. &

Boston,Con.Hontr’al, prof 100 j 1,340,400 May
oston, Hartford and Erie.

.100)14,884,000

ostonand Lowell
Boston and Maine,
Boston ana Providence

500

&

July Jan. ’09
July Jan.’09
Nov. Nov.’08

2,100,000 Jan. A July
100 4,550,0.10 Jan. & July
100 3,300,000 Jan. & July
950 000 June A Dec
Erie*100
100 5,000,000 Feb. A Aug

Jan. ‘69
Jan. 09
Jan. *69
Dec. ’68

Feb. ’09

Burlington & Missouri Riv.100 1.590.500

Camden and Amboy,
100 5,0IK),0I)<; Feb. A Aug Feb. ’09
Camden and Atlantic
50
378,455
do
do
723,500
preferred 50
Cape Cod
00
721,920 Jan. A July Jan. 69

Catawissa*
do

50

do

prelerred.... .50

5(H),000

100 2,017,82*

68
Jan. ’69

10C 3.886.500

Cheshire, preferred
Chicago and Alton,

do

1,159.500*

50 2,2<M),(K;j May A Nov May ;6:
5,432,009
4,000,800 June A Dec i)cc.’;68
13,000,000 Quarterly. Jan. '69
2,500,000 June A Dec Dec '63

preferred

Cedar Rapids & Missouri *1(H)
Central Georgia & B’a’g Co.100
Central of New Jersey..... .100
Central Ohio
50

Mar. ’69

p refer rcdlOO

do

Dec.

January.
Mar A Sep.
2,425,4(H) Mar & Sep.
12,500,000 Mar. A Sep.
4,390,000
1,000,000 Jan. A July
2,227,000

Mar.'09
Chic. Bur. & Quincy,
100
Sep.’68
Chicago and Great Eastern.100
Chicago, Iowa & Nebraska* 100
Jan. *69
Chicago and Milwaukee* ..100
Chicago A# Nor’west
1»0 14,555,675 June & Dec Dec. ’
„t

do

do
preflOO
Isl.A PaciflclOO

16,350 287
do
Dec. 1
Chicago, Rock
14,000,000 April A Oct Sep. ’68
Cine., Ilam. & Dayton*... .100 3,521,064 April A Oct Oct. ’6h
Ciucin..Ricnm d&Chicago*100
371,10!)
Cin.. Sandusky, and Clevcl. 50 2,989.090
do
do pref. 50
393,073 May & Nov Nov.’68
lncinnati
and Zanesville... 50

Cleveland, Col.,

5

1%
2*
5
3

149

150

4"

1J5

30
143

5
4

136
136

25

100

1,047,350
do
pref.100 1,500,000
Dubnque and Sioux City.. .100 1,073,952

Eastern, (Mass)

83 *
91)4

5
5

pref. 50

Fitchburg

100
100
100

Georgia...

100

Hannibal and St.
do

Joseph.. .100
do

Hartford AN.Haven
Iiousatonic preferred

prcf.100
100
100
100

Hudson River

500,000

3,536.9(H)
3,540,000
4,150,000
1,8>2,000
5,078,000
3,.-100,000
1,180,000
1.2,081,400

...

Memphis A Chariest

.

2

4*

72 *

3

76”

5

V*
5
4

8,130,719
2,029,778

•io”

do

do

Nov ’68
Jan. 69

2*
8*

...

91
35

,

4

4

7
4
4

Jan.’69
Jan. ’68
Oct. '68
Jan.*68
Feb. ’69

Sep.’67

Shore
South
South
South

Line Railway
Carolina
Side (P. & L.)
West. Georgia

100
50

100
100
Syracuse, Bingh’ton A N.Y100
Terre Haute A Indianapolis
50,
Toledo, Peoria, & Warsaw. 100
do
do
1st prcf.100
do
do
2d pref.100
Toledo, Wab A West..
..100
.

36

Mar. &
Mar. &

iio’
no
212

137’

5
4
5

140

141

IK
4

'69

Jan.'69
Jan, '69

4*

Jan. ’69
Jan. ’69

Feb.’69

1,000,000 May & Nov Nov.’ '68




150

• • •

80

3*
3*
4

2

112*
96*

2,469,307

307,500!

Feb.'69
Jan.'69
Feb.'69
Oct. ’68

6s.
3
lt>3
3
70
4

Dec. ’68
Jan. '69

3*
2>.

Jan. '69

3

7‘ *

lor,*
35* 86*
75*
75

94*

4
Feb.’69
340
Jan ’69 6&2<?a’ 830
5
(Nov. ’68
114* 115

Jan. ’69
Jan.'69
Oct. ’68
Jan.’69

4
5s
5
4

Jan. '69
Dec. ’68

-

100

Canal.
Chesapeake and Del
50
Delaware Division*
50
Delaware and Hudson
100
Delaware A Raritan,
100
Lehigh Coal A Navigation 50
Monongahela Navigat. Co. 50
Morris (consolidated)
100
do
100
preferred

3
4

86

87

4*
8
3

”5

Mar.’flH
3
Jan. ’69 5&10s
Feb. '69
4
Feb. '69
5

93*

July

....

117*
102

*3*

Jan. '69

Feb. & Ang.

Ang.’68

Jan. &

3* 77*
39*

May '68

901,341
576,050 Jan. & July Jan '69
869,450 Feb. & Aug Feb. '69
635,200 Jan.«fc July Jail. '69

2*
3
2

6,819,275
1,365,600

3,210,900 Feb. & Aug Aug.'68
1,314,130
1,988,150 Jan. & July Jan.*69
1,115,400
1,651,316
908,400
5,700,000
1,000,000 May & Nov Nov. '68
1,497,700 Tan. & July Jan.'69
2,250,0(H) June & Dec Dec. ’68
2,860,000 Jan. & July Jan '69,
3,353.679
2,941,791

I*
4
2

M*
78

102*
63

66*
79

103’
64

A 80s

555,500

2,227,000 Jan. & July Jan. '64
2,707,698
1,147,018

1,463,775
1,550,000 Jan.
1,983,563
1,633,350
15,000,000
4,500,673
8,739,800

&

July

Jan. '69

June &Dec Dec. '68
Feb. & Aug Aug.’68
Feb. & Aug Feb. '69
Feb. & Aug Feb. '69

May & Nov May ’67
728,100 Jan. & July Jan. '6S
1,025,000 Feb. & Aug
1,175,000 Feb.

&

Feb. &

Aug Feb. ’69
Aug

..

25
50
25
.100
100
100
50
50

8
4
5
5
3
5

io<

100

128* 129

gT~

62*

29”

80

60

6**

•

•

•

19

19*

88

Feb. 67

89*

24*

....

\{Uining.—MariposaGold... .100

47

1,500,(MM Mar. &Sep. Mar. '69
2,500,000
500,000 Jun. & Dec. Dec. ’68

5,000,000

2,000,000 Jan. & July
5,000,000
Pennsylvania
3,200,000 Quarterly.
Spring Mountain
1,250,000 Jan. & July
Spruce Hill
10 1,000,000
Wilkcsbarrc
100
3,400,000 Apr. & Oct
Wyoming Valley
100 1,250.000 Feb. & Aug
Gas.—Brooklyn
25 2,000,000 Feb. & Aug
Citizens (Brooklyn).... 20
1,200,000 Jan. & July
20
I
Harlem
60 1,000,000 Fcb.& Anr.
93* I
Jersey City & Hoboken 20
386,000 Jan. & July
Manhattan
50 4,000,000 Jan. & Jnly
Metropolitan
100 2,800,000
New York
50 1,000,000 May & Nov

....

106*

847,100

2,500,000

..

3s.
3s.

105*

95

IRIftcellaiicoiift.

11 Coal.—American

Ashburton
Butler
Consolidation
Central
Cumberland

2

51*
95*

51*
95*
94*

l*

Ang.’68

&Oci

4,000,000

du Chien. .10#
do
do
1st pref.100
3,214,250 February... Feb.’67
8
do
do
2d pref.100 1,014,000
February.. Feb.'67
7
Williamsburg
50
750.000 Jan. & July
MilwaukeeandSt. Paul
100 6,198,559 Jan. &
July Jan. '69 14s 65* 65*] Improvement.Canton
do
16*
preferred
731,2*0
100 8,982,976
January. Jan. '69 7&10s 78* 79*
* Boston Water Power.. .100
Mine Hill & Soh’lkill Hav.* 50
4,000,000
3.775.600 Jan. A July Jan. '69
4
11C
110* Telegraph.—Western Unionl00 40,369.400 Jan. & July
Mississippi Central *
100 2,948,785
Express.—Adams
100 10,000,000 Quarterly.
Mississippi & Tennessee 100
825,407
Am. Merchants'Union .10C
Mobile and Ohio
18,00x000
100 4,269,820
United States
10ol 6.00 00 Quarterly.
Montgomery and W. Point.100 1,644,104 June & Dec Dec. ’67
Wells,Fargo & Co.. .100 10,000 OftO
Morris and Essex
50 3,869,491 Mar. A Sep Dec. '68
86* 86* Steamship.—Atlantic Mai.-.100 4,000,000' Quarterly.
Nashna and Lowell
100
720,000 May & Nov Nov. ’68
Pacific Mail
...100 20,000,000 Quarterly.
Nashville A Chattanooga ..100
2,056,544
Ti Ugt.—Farmers’ L.&Trnst 25
1,000,000 Jan. & July
Naugatuck
100 1.430.600 Feb. & Aug Feb. ’69
National Trust
100 1,000,000 Jan. & July
New Bedford and Tauston .100
500,000 Jan. & July Jan. '69
Nevr York Life & TrustlOO
New Haven
North* mptonlOO 1,334,000 Jan. A
1,000,000 Feb. & Aug
July
Union Trust
100 1,000,000 Jan. & July
New Jersey,
100 6,000,000 Feb. A Aug Feb. '69
United States Trust..... 100 1,500,000 Jan. &
ev ljornlrra Ncitherr
loo
July
995,000 Mar & Sep. Sep.'63

.<&Gt WcstlOO 4,093,425

164*

137* 140”
137* 139

4
4
5

Jan. ’68

Ask

4,000,000

50 4,300,000
Pennsylvania
Schuylkill Naviga. (consol.) 50 1,908,207
do

3
3

Aug. '66

Bid.

4 A 80s 164
4

prefer.. 50 2,888,977 Feb. & Aug Feb.’67
Snsqnehanna & Tide-Water 50 2,002,741!
4* 104* 104* Union, prelerred
60 2,907,850
West Branch A Susquehan. 50
2* 111* 112
1,100,000 Jan. & July Jan. ’65

Dec. '68

Sep Sep. ’66
Sep Sep.’66

Jan. & July
Feb. & Aug
Feb. & Aug

136* Worcester and Nashua

.

3*

July ’68
Jan

July

pref.100 2,040,000 Annually.

15* 115* Virginia Central,
100
Virginia and Tennessee.. ..100
do
do
prcf.100
60
62
Western (N. Carolina)
100
80
.Western Union (Wis. A Ill.)...
Wilmington A Manchester. 100
I Wilmington A Weldon

137

Jan.’66
Jan. '69

Jan. '69

187.500 Jan. &

Feb. ’6!)
Jan. ’69
Jan.’6U
Jan.'69
Jan. ’69

3,068,400 June A Dec Dec. '68
4,648,900 Quarterly. D eb. ’69
898,950
155,000 May & Nov

St.Louis,Jacksonv.A Chic *1C0 1,469,429

do
preferred.100
Utica and Black River
100
Vermont and Canada*
190
Vermont & Massachusetts.. 100

Dec. '68

.100 5,312,725

Michigan Central,
! .100 9,325,102
Michigan Southern A N.IndlOO II,01.5,340
do
do guar.100
686,800
Milwaukee & P-

49

75

no

Quarterly.

do
22,829,600
6,785,05., Jan. & July
1.600.000 Jan. A July
6,000,000 Jan. A July
2,000,000 Jan. A July
300.500

100

105* Slinmokin Vnl. APottsville* 50

no

3*

January. Jan.’68
Jan. & July Jan. 69
Jan.& July July '68

1,500,000
I,536,260
4,460,308

preferred

Sandusky, Mansf.ANcwark. 100
Schuylkill Valley*
:.
50

92)*
'05

2* ‘46

69
69

Jan. & July
Feb. A Aug Fub.’OO

.

Macon and Western
liKl
Maine Central
1IK)
Marietta & Cmcin., 1st prof. 50
do
do 2d pref 50
Common
do
Munchesterand Lawienoe,.l6d

Richmond and Danville
UK)
Richmond & Pctorsb.,
100
Rome,Watert. A Ogdcneb'glOO
Rutland
100
do

4

Jan.

Periods.

SM.687.000 Feb A Aug Feb. ’69

St. Louis, Alton, A TerreH.100 2.300,000

Jan.
Jan. A

April A Oct
015,950
do
do pref. 50
190,750 Jan. A July
Illinois Central,
Kfo 25,277,270 Feb.* Aug.
Indianapolis,Cin.A Lafay’tc 50 6,185,897 Mar. & Sep
JclIersonv.,Mnd.&[ndiauap.l00 2,000,000 Jan. A July
Joliet and Chicago*
100
300,000 Quarterly.
Joliet and N. Indiana
100
300,000 Jan. & July
^ackawanna A Bloomsburg 50
1,335,OIK)
Lake Shore..
100 8,750,000 Jan. & July
kjehigh Valley
50 16,058,150
Quarterly.
Lexington and Frankfort.. .100
514,646 Jan. A July
Little Miam
50 3,572,400 Jnne & Dec
ljittlc
50 2,646,100 Jan. & July
Schuylkill*
Long Island
50 3,000,000
I/OUiaviU-yfCin. A Lex preflOO
211,121 Jam & July
Louisville and Frankfort
50 1,109,594 Jan. & July
Louisville and Nashville... loo
7,c69,6S6 Feb. & Aug
Louisville, New Alb. A ChiclOO 2,800,000

Huntingdon & Broad Top *. 50

84
92

150)4 13 1*

10
5s

Jan. ’69

3,383,300
July
Georgia. 100 2,141,970
Virginia 100 1,902,000
lmiraand Williamsport*.. 50
500,000 May & Nov
do

ast Tennessee &
ast Tennessee A

preferred

Dec. 68
Nov.*63
Jan. 69
Jan. '69
Jan. ’69
Oct. ’68

FRIDAY.

Last paid.
Date. ( rate

Providence and Worcester. .100 1,900,000 Jan. & July Jan. ’69
Raritan and Delaware Bay* .IOC
2.530.700
Rensselaer & Saratoga con.100 2,850,000
Oct’.* '68
April

do

prcf.100 1,983.170
loo

.do

Oct. ’07

Tables.

...

591,201 Jan. & July Jan.'69
50 14,11)0,090 Jau. & July Jan. ‘69

do

do

Jan. ’69

Now York Central.
..100
do
int. certifslOO
do
v
9w York and Harlem
60
New York A Harlem pref.. 50
N. Y. and New Haven
100
New York, Prov. A Boston. 100
Norfolk A Petersburg, preflOO
do
do
guar.100
Northern of N. Hampshire.UK)
Northern Central,
60
North Eastern (S. Car;)
do
8p.c.,pref
North Carolina
100
North Missouri
100
North Pennsylvania
50
Norwich and Worcester
100

our

J—>
Dividend.

2,363,600 -Ian. A Jill)
3%
Ogdens!). A L. Champlain. .100 3,023,500 Annually.
95
4
100
do
preferred.100 1,000,000 Apr. A Oct
Ohio and Mississippi,
100 20,000,000
124
124)
do
Ai
preferredlOO 3,500,000 June A Dec
Oil Creek A Allegheny Itiver50
4,259,450 Quarterly.
Old Colony and Newport.
100 4,943,420 Jau. A July
8*
Orange and Alexandria
100 2,063,655
18
20
Oswego and Syracuse....
50
482.400 Feb. A Ang
66)4 66* Panama
3
100 7,000,000 Quarterly.
Pennsylvania
60 27.040,762 May & Nov
V’
Philadelphia and Erie*
50 6,004,200 Jan. & July
do
do preferred .. 2,400,000 Jau. A
2* ll3* 114
Jnly
8
Phila. and Rending,
60 26*280,350 Jan. * Jnly
3
Phila.,Gcrmant.ANorrist’n* 50 1.587.700 Apr. A Oct
70
4
Phila.,Wilming. A Baltimore 50 9,058.300 Jan. A July
158
157
5
Pittsburg HiidConnellsville. 50 1,776,750
158
5
158)* Pittsb., Ft.W. & Chicago. .100
11,500,000 Quarterly.
190
5
Portland & Kennebec (new)100
679,5(H) Feb. A Aug.
44*
Portland, Saco,&Portsm'th. 100 1,500,000 June A Dec

3%

Detroit and Milwaukee

do

120

4

Nov.’68

Delaware*

Erie,

3*

3*

Jan.'09

Companies
'
*
Mnrkcd thus * are leased roads
Stock
In dividend col. x = extra, c ■=
out¬
cash, s — stock.
standing.
...

2
4

I,670,345

Cleveland & Mahoning*.... 50 2,050,750
May & Nov
Cleveland and Pittsburg .. 50
5,958,715 Quarterly.
Cleveland and Toledo.
50 0,250,000 Jan. A
July
Columbus, Chic.«fclnd.Cent*100
000 Quarterly.
Columbus and Xenia*
50 1,780, .3(H) Dec & June
Concord
50 1,500,(MX)
May A Nov
Concord and Portsmouth.. .100
350,000 Jan. A July
Conn. & Passump. pref
100 1,322,1or Jan. A July
Connecticut River
100 1,700,000 Jan. A July
Cumberland Valley
50 1,310,900! Apr. A Oct.
Dayton and Michigan * ...100 2,409,000

do

Bid. Ask.

rate

Cin. & Ind.100 10,450,000 Feb. & Aug Feb. *69

Delaware,Lacka.,&Westcru

r

4S*

000,000 Quarterly. Jan. '69

Blossburg and Corning*..., 50
250,000
Boston and Albany
100 13,725,000

us Immediate notice of any error discovered In

.

FRIDAY

out¬

standing.

Parkersburg Branch

Buffalo and Erie

-

Stock

Railroad.
far
Albany and Susquehanna..100 1,S6!,39&
Atlantic & St. Lawrence*..100 2,494.9#] Jan. A July Jan.’09
Atlanta & West Point
100 1,232,100 Jan. & July July ’68
733,700 Jan A July Jan. 09
Augusta & Savannah*
100
Baltimore and Ohio
100 IS, 151,002 April .V Oct Oct. ’08
Washington Branch*.. ..100 1,050,000 April A Oct Oct. ’68

Buffalo, New York, &

giving1

-

Marked thus *are leased roads
I n dividend col. x = extra, c

cash,

a

2,836,609
Mariposa Gold Prcfer’d.lOO 8,698,40)1
Quicksilver.
10010,000,000'

6Cc

10
•

Jan.‘'69
37*
Feb.’69
Jan. ’69

•

•

62
39
225

62

Ang. ’66

280

Feb. '69
Jan-'69
F.b.'69
Jan. ’69
Jan. '89

250

Nov. ’68
Jan. '69

Apr.'68

20
2
5

Dec. '66

Dec.’67
Dec. '67

8*

68*
15*
37*
67*

68*

8

Jnly '66
Jan.'69

Jan. '69
Jan. '69
Feb.’69
Jan. ’69
Jan. 69

3
6
4

67*

112* 118

10
4

5

8*
28*
Fob ’65

15*
87*

9

28*

5gold' 22*i 38*

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1.

Bond Liiat Pago 2 will appear in tills place next week.
DESCRIPTION.

INTEREST.

N • B. —Where th<? total- F ended Debt Amount
is not given
in detail iu the 2d col outstand¬
uiiin it. is
expressed
in

brackets al't'm* the Co’s

Siuquehanua:

iy

1,COG,000

Moitgage

802,00:i

Alliany City bonds
A-Man/icASt. Law .1st Mort.(Portlaud)
2d Mortgage

1,000*600
1,500,001
375,1)00
484,000
S85,230

..

•Sterling Loads

do
of ISt)4...
Baltimoi'e and Ohio: Mort(S.F.)1855
do
do
1850
do
do
185:1
wellefout.aine : Belief. & Ind.,lst mort
;ind. Fitts. & Cleveland, 1st mort.
do
do
2d mort.
Belvidere beta.: 1st Mort.(guar.C&A)
2d Mort.
do
3d Mort.
>
Boston A Albany: Sterling Bonds

1,024,750
028,500
1,852,000
701,000
370,000
307,000
1,000,000
400,500
745,000

4,310,540

Albany Bonds

Dollar Bonds
boston, Cone. A Montreal\$1,050,000):
1st Mortgage.
)
1st
do
Sinking Fund Bonds

\

Boston, Hartford and Erie.
do

do

do
do

_

041,000
804,000

000,000

3,900,000

-

....

Burlington <fc Missouri:
Bonds conv. into pref. stock

'ioi’65
2H),o»t
400,000
100,000

do

do

6'linden

and

do

Vatawissa : ($371 000) 1st Mortgage.
Central Georgia: 1st Mortgage.
Central of New Jersey : 1st Mortgage

Mortgage

Central Ohio : 1st Mort
”
Central Pad tic of Cal.: 1st mortgage
Convertible Bonds...

•

do

do

income

1,700,000
807,000
4,004,700

1,740,222
490,000
498,000

230,5(H)
780,000
900,000
000,0(H)
2,500,000

....

a

•

«

•

«

•

-

•

.

....

92>,

93
93

04

91*

•

Ap’l & Oct

July

do
do

97).

1865
1805
1889
4884
1899

Aug

do

do

Mar. &Scp.

Jan. &

01*

89

1,100,000

1st
2d
3d

98*

Feb. & Aug 1885
do
1885
May & Nov. 1883
P.MA1N. 1915
Feb. & Aug 1885
Apr. .& Oct. 1874
May & Nov. 68-’71

..

.

■Cleveland A Mahoning
1st Mortgage

($1,332,700) :

'

do
rain. A Ashtabula: IstM. B’di

Cle \,
2d Mort. Bouds
3d
do

Cleveland A Pittsburg: 2d Mortgagi
3d Mortgage convertible
do
4th
Consol. Sinking Fund Mortgage.
'Jleveland and Toledo ($3,130,000):

Sinking Fund Mortgage
Mortgage Bonds of 1800

Now Bonds
Columbus A Indianapolis Central:

Mortgage

do
2d
Columbus Chic. A Ind. Central:
1st Mortgage Consolidated S. F
Qon&ecticut River: 1st Mort
Connec U g (Philadelphia)
Qonn. and Passumpstc R. : 1st mort.
Cumberland Valley:(352,400)lst Mort
2d
do
Canton and Michigan : 1st Mortgage

2d Mortgage
Toledo Dopot Bonds
Oelaware: 1st Mortgage(912,250)
Bonds guaranteed

..._

Uelaa., Lacka. A Western:
1st Mortgage, sinking fand

do
Laeka. and West. 1st Moi t
Des Moines Valley : Solemort.BoncIs'

Jan. &

July

sinking fund

183,000

1,598,000 7

do

1880
1892
M’ch &> Sep 1873
May & Nov. 1875
Jan. «& July 1892

April & Oct

1,090,00(1 6
375,00c 7 May & Nov. 1900
Jan. &

July 1885
Ap’l & Oct. 18S6

2,015,000
1,000,000
3,200,00*1
1,009,000
2 300,000

‘250,000

7
7

500,000

100,000

IS—

7

Ap’l & OGt. 1908
M’ch & Sep 1878
M’ch & Sep 1900
J’ne & Dec. 1876
Ap’l & Oct. 1905
do
1910
Jan. & July 1881
M’ch<te bept 1884

7

642,000 7

169,500

July IS¬

0

1,000,000 0
573,800 6
101,000 8
109,<00 8

2,837,000

Jan. &

May& Nov.

7
6
6

do

Jan. &
do

July

Construction
do
93

93

bonds, 1875
do

do 0 per cent

Redemption bonds
Sterling Redemption bonds

100*
101*

:

564

2,310,0001

8

Jar. So

1st
1st

85*1

95
89

Mortgage

93'

Mortgage

Jeffersonville

RR., 2d Mort
Indianap. & Madison RU., 1st M.
Joliet A Chicago : 1st Mort., sink, f
Joliet and N. Indiana: 1st Mortgage
98* Lackatvanna A Bloomsburg 1st Mort
90
91

do
Extonsb-n
2d Mortgage
do
Extension
La Crosse A Milwaukee:

94*
90

1st
2d

100*101*

|

95

95

Mortgage, Eastern Division....
do

do

Lehigh Valley : 1st Mortgage....
1st mortgage, new bonds
Little Miami : 1st Mortgage
Little Schuylkill: 1st Mort sink.fnnd
Long Man d :
1st Mortgage
Extension Bonds (irunter’s Point),
do
do (Glen Gove Br.)
Louisville, Cincinnati A Lexington:
1st Mortgage (guaranteed)
Louisville and Nashville ($4,OS3,500):
1st Mortgage (Main stem)
I
1st Mortgage (Memphis Branch)
1st Mortgage (Leb. Br. Extreme)..
Marietta A Cincinnati: 1st Mort.
.

2d Mortgage,

99

110

100
105
25

30

April & Oct

92*‘

!

93*

76"

McGregor Western 1st
Maine

Mortgage...,

Centred: ($2,532,000)

$1,100,000 Loan Bonds
$400,000 Loan Bonds
1st
2d

I

I

1906
1873
1881
Jan. & July 1882
Jan. & July 1874
Jan. & July 1875
March & Sep 1885
April & Oct 1880
May & Nov 1890

•

612,0(H)
4a5,000
800,000
900,000
400 (HH)

May & Nov. 1872
Jan. & July 1869

903,000
1,000, (HH)

May & Nov.

1st

Mortgage

Mississippi A Tennessee ($1,542,141); I
1st Mortgage
j
98

1883

•

Mobile and Ohio ($7,904,021) :
Income bonds

Sterling bonds
Interest bonds.. •#••••••••

•

•

100

1877
1875
890
1893

1S97

2,116,000
1,509,000

Jan. A Jnl

var.

267,000
646,000
3,500,000

May & Nov

var.

Feb. & Ang
May & Nov

1891 *
1890
1885

2,500,000

do

4,000,000

315,200
640,(HH)

6
6

800,000

5,861,000
11,600,000
2,000.000

Jnne&Dec

Apr. & Oct
&Ang
May & Nov

1874
1870
1880

Feb.

Jan. &

July 1887

March &Sep 1869
April & Oct 1882

May & Nov 1885
do
1877
Feb. & Aug 1868

Jan. &

Jul)

Jan. & July
April & Oct
Jan. & July

1898
1884
18—
8—

pril & Oct

1876

Jan. & July 81-’9P

943,321

May & Nov. 1867

697,9001 8

119
118

119*

96

92* 93*

1891

989,000

4,593,00o/-j |

72*

90-’91
70-’71

739,000 T*

®00»(XK:

92
72

IFeb.&Ang

I 8,582,000

....

92*

1873

May & Nov
April & Oct
Jan. & Jnly
Feb. & Aug
May & Nov

1,234,000
1,953,500
1,4^9,000
807,500
500,000
175,000
150,000

•

2d
do
Income Bonds
Iowa & Min., 1st mort
Mortgage bonds
do
do

1875

April & Oct

April & Oct
May & Nov

397,000

Memphis A Chari.: 1st Mort. bonds 1,293,000
2d Mortgage bonds
1,000,000

99

1375
1875
1890
1875
1882

Jan. & July 1860

1,095,000

Mortgage (City Bangor) Bonds.
do
(P.&K.RR.) Bonds..

do
do
do
Feb. & Aug

500,000

Michigan Central, ($0,968,988).
Convertible
I 1,294,500
Sinking Fund do
207,000
Mich. S. A N. Indiana: ($9,135,840)
1st Mortgage, sinking fund
4:7S4,000
2d
do
2,698,000
Goshen Air Line Bonds
687,000
85* 85*
Milwaukee A Prairie du Chisn ;
1st Mortgage, sinking fund
390,500
Milwaukee and St. Paul:($16,796,500
....

95

89*

110*

1870
Feb. & Aim 1875

1,961,000

j

200,000

..

91
91
93
87
75

300,000

500,000

“

1875

July 1871
Ap’l & Oct. 1877

SS

78*

Feb. & Aug ’H9-’70
J’ne
Dec 1885
May & Nov. 1870

April & Oct

Indianapolis ana Cine. ($1,362,284)

2d Mortgage

0001 7

97

108

April & Oct 1881
Jan. & July 1883
Jau. & July 1883
Jan. & July 1873
do
1870

April & Oct

2.424.500

1st Mort

Jeffersonville, Madison AIndianapolis:

’81-’M

1,111,000 7 April & Oct 1875
1,663 000 7 M’ch & Sep 1881

1882
1875
Jan. & July 1884
3878
do
70-75
do
Jan. & July 1870
April & Oct 1808
Feb. & Aug 1888
May & Nov. 1893
1808
July,
do
1808
1808
do

101* 102
101*
92
93*
87
87*

Illinois Cen tral:

..

1,000,000 7
1,000,000
1,130,(HH» 7

Feb. & Aug
May <fc Nov.

3.955,000
437.500
2.560.500

Consolidated mortgage

1890

850,000 7 Feb. & Anp 1873
054,500 8 M’eh & Sep 1870
5(H),(HK) 7 Jan. & July 1874

May & Nov.
Sep

M’ch &
do

410,000
307.500
710,000

Huntingdon A Broad Top: 1st Mort.
2d Mortgage
102*

101

700,000
927,(HH)
2,055,000
3,890,0(H)
2,000,(HH>

Mortgage
do
do

189,000
38!),500
927,000
1,000,000
1,455,(MH)
2,500,000
320,000
700,000
000,000
800,000

New J). B’ds

:

1,919,000
1,029,000
200,000

1,898,000

100

1898

Jan. & July 1870
do
1890
May & Nov laso
Jan. & July 1885
do
1S95
Feb. & Aug 1900
1890
May & Nov 1893

W.):

Land Grant Mortgage
Convertible Boncts.. .=

93

110

1,249,500
3,595,500
755,000
3,422,1)00

900,000

370,000

do

Harrisburg A. Landr

3,875,520

.

Hartford A New Haven : 1st Mort
Harff., Iron. A Fish kill :
Hudson River (0,394,550):

1(H)
92

Jan. &

July

do

Illinois A Southern Iowa

1,098,000

920,5(H)

Sterling convertible.(£8(H),(J00)...
Erie A Pith-burg: 1st Mortgage

3

S6* 87
93
93*

July 1883
Ap’l & Oct. 1895

48-1,000

1877
1879
1883
April & Oct 1880
June «fc Dec 1888
M’ch & Sep 1875
Jan. & July 1882
April & Oct 1&75

Bonds unsecured
Hannibal A St. Joseph ($5,808,000) :

Jan. &

Jan. & July 1872
Feb. «fc Aug 1074
do
1855
M’ch & Sep 1888
Jan. & July 11880

894,000
750,000
100,900
500,90(1

3,000,000
4,000,000
0,(H)0,(HK)
4,441, COO

Elgin and State RU. Bonds
Georgia
Grand Junction : Mortgage
Great West., III.: 1st Mort., W, Div.
1st Mortgage Whole Line

90

92

April & Oct'2802

Greenville A Columbia: 1st Mort....
Bouds guaranteed by State

75-’80

3,078,000
5,000,000

Jan. & July 188,3
1894
do
May & Nov. 1888

570,000

2nd

1877
1893
ISS3

Feb. A Aug

1,(HK),000

SS4
1885

May & Nov.
Jan. & July
Ap’l & Oct

924,000

900,000

Mississippi River Bridge Bonds..

May & Nov 1872

do
do
do

1,837,780

000,0001

do
do

2d Moi tgage
Gal. A Chic. U. (incl. in C. A N.
1st Mortgage, sinking fund
2d
do
do

Ap’l & Oct. 1879

1,500,000

1

Erie Railway ($22,370,982):
1st Mortgage (extended)
2d
do
convertible
3d
do
4th
do
convertible
5th
do
do

80
04

J’ne & Dee. 1870
May & Nov 1873
Jan.
July 1882
Mar. & Sep. 1880
April & Oct 1898
J’ne & Dec 1877

250,000

East Pennsylvania: Sink. Fund B’dtElmira A \\’illiainsjxyrt ; 1st Mort..
5 per cent. Bonds
-

*873

Feb. &

:
1st Mort. Bonds 1st Div
Construction Bonds 2d Div

85
80

various,
various.
Feb. «fc Aug

1,005,640
250,000

800,000

Dubuque, and Sioux City

1870

J’ne & Dec 1877
M’ch & Sep 1885
Feb. «fc Aug 1887
April & Oc! ’68-’71
Jan. & July ’70-’70
April & Oct 1875

May & Nov.
May & Nov

$2,500,0(10
1,0(10,000

Sinking Fund, conv. bonds
Eastern, Mass. ($1,770,4('0):
Mortgage, convertible

M’ch& Sep 1890
Jan. & July 95-’98

18,500'<)00

..




.

.

1st & yd Funded Coupon Bonds..
Detroit and PontiacK.lt
do
do
Bonds of June 30, 1800
Detroit, Monroe A Toledo: 1st Mort.

1870

1870
do
1875
Feb.& Aug 1883
May & NoV 1889
J’ne & Dec 1893
1880
Jan. & July 1873
Ap’l & Oct 1879
Feb. & Aug 1882
Mar. & Sep 1875
Feb. & Au_ 1870
May & Nov 1875

Equipment Bonds
133,000
Equipment Bonds
] ‘ ’ ’ 1,925,000
Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific:
1st Mortgage (C. & R. 1.)
1,397,000
1st
do
(C.,R. I.t &Pac)
6,833,000
Line., Ham. A Dayton : 2d Mort...
1,250,0(H)
3d Mortgage
500,000
Cincinnati Richmond A Chicago..
500,000
Cin. Sandusky A Cleveland: 1st Mori
991,000
2d Mortgage
1,050,000
Cincinnati A Zanesville 1st Mort.. 1,300,000
Cleveland, Col. and Cine. ($125,000) •
1st Mort.(payable $25,000 per year)
400,000 7

.*.....

.

April & Oct

324,400
075,000

444,000
2.400,000

1st Mortgage
’”
Interest Bouds
’’’
Consol. S. F. Bonds, conv. till 1870
Extension Bonds

2d

lst.<Mortgage. convertible
2d Mortgage

•

...

1880

do

4

4

Ap’l «fc Oct. 1885
Jan. & July ’7<)-’79

,

1st

80

May & Nov.
Ap’l & Oct,
Jan. & July 1875

073,200

Mortgage (Skg Fund), pref
do
do

Nov.
Oct

ing

Railroad :
Detroit and Milwaukee (*7.151,198)

:

Chic., Burl, and Quincy ($5,483,750):
Trust Mortgage (S. F.)
Chicago and Gt. Eastern 1st Mori;..
Chicago and Milwaukee
1st Mortgage (consolidated)..
Chicago A Northwest. ($10,251,0
,000):
T>rnl7»rr<>H Kinkitirr ffn ml
Preferred Sinking Fund

3d

<

90

18S8
1885
P95
IS70
1371
1878
1884

July
Oe

Ap’l
May
Ap’l

’ 500,000
nnr'
1 "

.

Cheshire: Bonds
Chicago and Alton

*

it is expressed by tlic figures
in brackets after the Co’s name.
umn

2

Jan. & July 1870
do
1875
April <fc Oct 1893

Amboy ($10,264,403):

Dollar Loans.
do
do
Dollar Loan
Consolidated ($5,000,000) Loan..
Sterling £350,550 at $4 -<4
Vam-len and Atlantic : 1st Mortgage
2d Mortgage

State Aid

200,000
300,000
2,700,000
2,000,000
380,000

000,000
000,000
3,209,320

Lund mortgage bonds

1st
1st
2d

•d

’

....

...

Jan. &

Jan. & July

304,0001
200, (XX)

new....

do
do
guaran.
Boston and Lowell: Bonds o< J u
y ’5
do
of Oct. I KOI.
Bt/falo <£ Erie: Common Bonds..-.,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
d>
do
do
do
Buffalo, N. Y. and Erie: 1st mort...
2:1 Mortgage

2d

03

p p.
p-. £

name.

}*}■ Mortgage
J

sj

.3

Payable.

DESCRIPTION.

N.B.—Where the total Funded Debt Amount
is not given in detail in the 2d col¬ outstand¬

'O

Railroad:

...

Aloai
~

a

ing.

by the rigures

FRIDAY

‘Si?

do

1882

do

3882

do

11876

91
86
85

91*

9i'*

103* 103*
90

91

•

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THE CHRONICLE.
SOUTHERN SECURITIES.

INSURANCE STOCK LIST.

Quotations by J. M. Weltli Jk Co„ 15 New Street and

Marked thus (*) arc

Broudway.

Slate Bonds.
“

“

new

South Carolina 6s, old
*

“

“

“

•

old

“

“

(>s, Levee
City Bonds and Stocks.
Alexandria (is

Fredricksburg (is
Norlolk 6s
Richmond 6*
..

“

“

■4

Columbia, S. C 6s
Charleston, 8. C Gs, stock..
Augusta. Ga., 7s, bonds
Savannah, “ 7s, “
....;
“ 8s,
44
Atlanta,
44
MacoD,
“ (><,
,

“

44
“

Macon &

and Charleston Railroad...

GO

4 4

Memphis (is, bonds, endors'd
by State Tenn

GO

44

63

Railroad Bonds and Stocks.

Va.

44

4 4

....

4 4

4

4

2

New Orleans &

Be mchoff

par

Brevoort
Bliven
Buchanan Farm...

Central
Clinton Oil
Holnmbia Oil
Flume

.

lo

•

44

44

:r>

(is

25
48

44

Hope
Howard
Humboldt......

.

10

....

Manhattan
Mountain Oil
National

! Union

—

....

•

•

•

200,000

200.0(H)
200,000
150,000
400,000
2(H),000

2,000,000
150,000
5(H),0(H)
200,000
200,0(H)
r>:>o,ooo
200,000
2(H),010
150,000
280,000

150,000
300,0(H)
150,000
200,(HH)

25
lbb
25

i

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oo

lbb
25

Lor.glsland(B'kly) 5b
Lorillard*

15

20

5

25

1,000,(MM)
lot)
500,(HH)

Manhattan
Market*
lbb
Meehan’ Sc Trade1 25
Meehan its (B’kly) 50

•

....10

•

30

Lenox

United Pc’tl’mF’ms.
20 1
2
75
3 si) I United States
...10 ! 1 40 1 1 75

....

3 50

5

....

200,000

1,000,000

5b

,amar

•

...

2

....

•

66 jsecond National
Sherman & Barnsdale

6

2<H),0(H)

500,000

Lafayette (B’klyn) 5b

1 00

.

4 50

....

150,000

lbb

Import.’&Traders

Bid. Askd

*

.

50
93
1 00

.

150,000

King’s Co'ty(BkJn 2b

3b
5b

I

rving

Companies.

....

10
....100

.

200,000
150,000

utemational

N. Y. Sc Alleghany .. .par O
| Northern Light
Oil Creek
—
65 Pit Hole Creek
91 Rathbone Oil Tract..
-....10
Iltynd Farm

35

5b

30

200,000

25

Ob

40

10

...

300,000

Jefferson

Askdj

•

.

400.0(H)

40
100

78

85

76}'

Memphis & Charleston stock

•

Exchange.. 50

Knickerbocker.,. 4b

j-..

Bid.

600,000

j 4b

47*j 5b

Opelousas 44
Memphis <te Charleston 7s 14
Memp Sc Ch trftou 2 mort 44
Memphis aud Ohio lbs
44

PETROLEUM STOCK LIST.
Companies

250,000

.100

.

8s 44

m

.

..

bds

in

50
.100

150,(M)0
2(H),000

N. Orleans, Jack. Sc Gt.North
S. Orleans Sc Jackson 8s bds

8s
Va. & Tenn let mort (is
8s
ichmond & Petersburg 7s
ichmond & Fxedicksb’g (is.
“
'
11
7s.
onth Side Railroad Gs
orfo k and Pe'ersbii'g 7s...

400,000
2(H), 0(H)

Firemen s Trust. 10
Fulton
25
Gallatin...,.
50
Jebhard
100
lermania
50
Globe
i...
50
Great Westem*t.lbb
Greenwich
25
Grocers’
5b
Guardian
—
Hamilton
15
Ilanover
5b
11 oilman
50
lbb
Home

8s

Central, 1st mort. 6s

200,000

(Alb’y)100

204.000

2d

8s 2

(N:Y.).100

Firemen’s..
17
Firemen’s Fund.. 10

8s, iut
8s income.

44

300,000

Exchange

Mississippi Cent. 7« bonds...

Orange & Alex., 1 mbs, buds
44

44

100

Excelsior

.

Selma and Meridian bonds..
Mobile and Ohio 8s

63

250,000

Eagle
Empire City

Montg'ry Sc West P. buds Is'
4 4

163,(100
300,000
210,000

...

4 4

44

200.000

100

Commercial
Commonwealth
Yintinental *
’orn

25

7b

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.

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,

stock

..

2(H),0(H)
300,000

2b

Clinton
Columbia*

44

4

250,(HH)
250, b(K'
3(H),000
200,000

25|
17!

City

stock
Macon and Western stork..
Atlantic and Gulf bonds
4
stocks
Pensacola & Georgia bonds..

...

.

..

('ili/.eiis1

Augusta endorsed..

44

200,000
200,00(1

Mercantile
Merchants’..

...

......

Job
5b

Metropolitan * + .lbb
Mont auk (B’klyn) 50
Nassau (B’klyn).. 50
National
7*
.

COPPER MINING STOCK LIST.
s

Companies.

Bid. Askd

J

Albany & Boston

■

•

•

•

....

6 75

Alloue/j

G 83

Caledonia
..15

Calumet
Canada
Charter Oak

.

Concord

..

Dana
Davidson

.

•

•

....

.

•

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2 25

..24*
3X

Copper Falls

.

•

5
4

..

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Franklin
Gardiner Hill
Hancock
Hilton
Hecia

..

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35 00
....

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....

19 25,

3 75

3

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....

85 (0

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..19
33

...

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.

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Mcsnard
Minnesota
National
Native

.

5
8

....

....

•

•

.

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..34
•

5* 13

•

Quincy}:

10

6*

..

Rockland
St. Clair
South Pewabic
South Side
Star

63

35
50
29 00 29 13

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.

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1 75
2 00

30

50

50
30
40

6*

..

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..11*
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Tremont

..

Winthrop

•

•

1*
4*

....

*

Capital $1,000,000, in 20,000 shares.
t Capital $5iu,000, in 100,000 shares
X Capital $200,000, In 20,000 shares.
|^“Capital of Lake Superior companies generally $500,000, in 20,000 shares

Ada *Slmore
Alitt Ida Silver

Askd!

300.0(H)

210,0(H)
2(H),(KM)

par

Am«*t#an Flag
Atlantic & Pacific
3ates & Baxter
*'<ack Hawk
Benton..-,
Bobtail
Bullion Consolidated....

Burroughs.

—

10

80
....

50

5

....

....

....

Central.

....

Columbia G.

8
Combination Silver....

Consolidated Gregory..700
Corydon
2
Des Moines
-

Harmon G. Sc S

....

2

Kipp Sc Buell
LaCrosse

1 2 50
15
20
1 25

•

•

....

14

18
2
100 75 00 12C C
—

Liberty

•

•

—

•

Manhattan Silver
Midas Silver
Montana
New York
New York & Eldorado

5
10

•

•

.

45
1 00
40

•

-

75
10

—

4*25 jOphir Gold
Owyhee
People’s G. & S. of Cal
Quartz Hill
Reynolds
2 50 Rocky Mountain

•

•

—

1

2 50

•

....

22*66
5
68

5

....

70
1
10

.

.

....

....

.

Edge!ill
Empi e Gold
Gold Hill
Gra*« Valley
Gunnell Gold

(jahttiU Unloa,

KftSI»;4ShU.frg,Ed».tt




-

.

-

IQ

Sensenderfer
Smith & Parmelee....
45 Svmonds Forks
00 Twin River Silver

8

10

•

..

_

•

•

III*

Vanderburg
iTixan

,

.

10

10
11

10
..

.

do

150,991

do
do
do
269,886
do
303,462
do
179,766
do
275,861
do
233,405
do
365,325
291,309 Jan. and July.
273.680 Feb. and Aug.
,060,509 Jan. and July.
do
541,400

215,453

7
10
10
10
10
10

15
12
20
20

to

14} 14} Aug. ’68. .7}

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10
10
10

Jan. ’69. .6
Jan. ’t9. .5
Jan. ’69..5

10

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15

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Jnly ’68..4

12

10
14

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14
10

10
14
10

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14

io

5
10

8|

Jan.
Jan
Feb.
Oct.
Jan.
Jan.

’69. .5
’69..8
’69..5
’68. .5
’69. .5
’69..5

.....

Ji n. ’09.10
Jan ’66. .3}
Jan. ’69. .5
.

.

,

10
12

10
10
10

10

7
12
.

7

20

.

7
10
10

D

10
10

io
#

io

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10

10

10
5

10
10
12
10
10

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10
10

13
10
15
10
10
10
12
12
10
25

1ft

20

io io
15
14
8
10

...

Feb. ’69 .5
June’68. .5

14- .•'tig. ’68. .8
20 Jan. ’69.10
20 Jan. ’69.10

10
10
10 10
10 10
16
14
10 10
15 1ft
8.
7
10 10
10 1ft
8
20

.

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Aug.’68. 5
ep. ’68. .6

.

•

July ’68. .5
May ’65..6
Feb.
Jan.
Jnn.
Jan.

’69..5
’69. .5
’69..5
69. .3|

Aug. ’68.10

Apr. ’65. .5

July ’68. .5

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

’69..5
’61). .5
’66 .5

T9. .5
’65.*5
’69..5
’69..5
’69..5
’69. .5
’69. .5

Sept.’68.. 7

Jhij. ’69..5
Jan. ’69. .5

July ’66. .5
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
J;n.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

’69.
’69.
’69.
’69.
’69.
.69.
’69.

.6
.6

.3}
.5
.5

.3}
.7

July ’68. .5
Jan. ’69. 6
Jan. ’69.10

July ’68.15
Jon.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

’69..5
’69.10
’69..6
’69. .6

12

10
20

1ft
1ft
ft

12
10
14

10
10
10
1J
10
10

12

July ’('8. .5

10
10

Jan.
Oct.
Jan.
Jan

18

10

16
10
10
10
10
10
10

1ft

10
10
11

ii

t

#

,

13

5
10

5
10
10
10
11
10
10
10
10

.

1ft
10
6
11
10
10
1ft
10

July '68. .8
Feb. ’69. .7
’69..5
’68..5
’68..8
’69..5

Aug. ’68. .6
Jan. ’69. .6
Jan. ’69..5
Jnlv ’68. .5

July ’68. .6}
July ’66..5
Feb. ’69..7
Feb.’67.. 6

Aug. ’68.. 5
Feb. ’66..3*
Jan. ’69. .5

July’68..5
Fib.’69..5
Jan. ’69..5
Jan:’69.. 5
Jan. ’69..7

Aug.’68.. 5
Jan. ’69. .5
Jan *69. .5

Tar.

Dividend.

Capital
paid in.

Date.

Price

fc*

Bonded Debt.

Due.

R.E.Mor. 35,000
1st Mort. 1,500,000
1st Mort.
80,000
1st Mort.
498,810
1st Mort.
300,000
1st Mort.
20,000

var.

p.ct bid.

•M

2

25

Hope.

’

Companies.

j.

Holman

—

10

do
Feb. and Aug.
Jan. and July.
March and Sep
Jan. and July.
do *
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

paid.

CITY PASSENGER RAILROAD STOCKS & BONDS

Bid. Askd

Companies.

.

t

150,000
2(H),000
200,(HH)
300,(MM)
150,000
150,(HH)
200,000

GOLD AND SILVER MINING STOCK LIST.
Companies.

.

#

....

•

1 50
38

76

.

#

509,480
233,253
257,458
179,875
824,352
124,836
419,774
175,845
301,939
1,214,615
648,755
351.173
260.750

Last

June’64.. 5
Jan. ’69..6
17} 14} Jan. ’69..7
7. 10 10 Jan. ’69..5
10 Jan. ’69. .5

581,43*i Jan. and July.
225,585 Jan. and July.
289.101 Jan. and July.
279.261 Feb. and Aug. :o
312,089 March and Sep 10
180,285 May and Nov.
192,688 Feb. and Aug.
399,062 June and Dec. io
280,551 Feb. and Aug. 12
259,089 Jan. and July. 20
438.750 Jan. and July. 20
353,764 Feb. and Aug. 1*1
293,943 Jan. and July. 10
do
J51,339
do
10
218.472
417,194 Feb. and Aug. 10
226,092 Jan. and July. 10
277.680 Jan. and July. 10
1,432,597 Jan. and July. 14
385.101 March and Sep
425,060 April and Oct. io
216,090 Jan. and July. 14
do
10
226,229
134,011 Feb. and Aug.
273,792 Jan. and July. :6
do
3,
123.101
do
160,963
do
io
204,720
147,066 May and Nov.
232,520 Feb. and Aug. 10
597.473 Jan. and July. 10
£22,207 Jan. and July. 10
2,385,657 Jan. and July. 7
272.173 Feb. and Ang. 1C
187,065 April and Oct.
198,456 Jan. and July. 7
do
8
185,2*28
do
10
426,762
do
5
144,613
do
10
2,393,916
do
159,630
do
12
596,322
do
217,103

204,664

>b

10

5
14

It)
Niagara
50 1,000,(MM)
10
500, <M)0
Nortli American* 5b
North Iiivcr
25
350,(HH)
393,829 April and Oct. 8
Pacific ...:
25
200, (100 281,546 Jan. and July. 12
Park
lbb 2(H),0(H) 229,250
10
do
Peter Cooper .... 2b
150,000 199,287 Feb. and Ang. 10
People’s
2G 150,(HK) 164,440 Jan. and July. 8
8
Phoenix + Br’klyn 5b 1,000,(MM)
do
099,802
10
Relict
50
do
200,0(H) 1, 227,003
do
7
Republic*
10b 300,000 480,549
Resolute*
10b '. 200 0(H) 127,448
do
7
Rutgers’
25 200,000 256,087 Feb. and Ang. 10
St. Mark’s
25
5
do
150,000
95,099
St'Nicholast
25
150,000 172,618 Jan. and July. 6
Security t
5b 1,000,000 943,185 Feb. and Aug. 3}
Standard
50
200,000
270,958 Jan. and July. 10
do
Star..
1
10
200,000 212,314
Feb. and Ang.
Sterling *
K0 200.0(H)
Feb. and Aug. 5
Stnyvcsant
25 200,000
25
Jan. and July. 10
Tradesmen’s
150,000
do
10
United States.... 26
250,000
Feb. and Ang. 10
Washington
5b
400,000
WilliamsburgCity 50 250,000 281,451 Jan. and July. 7
do
10
honkers Sc N. Y.100
500,000

*

63 i (H)
11 00 11 25
8 25

5M

.

Superior

....

*

6 00

Pontiac

....

*

2 50

Pittsburg & Boston.

...

66

i >.
5
8

.

Mendotat

N.Y.Fire and Marlon

....

**’

r. v,

..1 Resolute

.

..23*
..2*

.

2

.

jPhoenix
....

19*66

.16

New Amsterdam 35
N. Y. Equitable.3 35

....

....

40 50 87 60

Huron
Isle Royale*
Keweenaw
Knowlton

Lake Superior
Madison
Man hattnn
Medora

....

3*
5#

..

....

Bid. Askd

|

10 88 17 25. Ogima
1 00, Petherick
)
Pewabic
....

Eagle River
Evergreen Blulf

66

50 00 55

..—

Central

Companies.
»

200,(HH)
200,0(H)

’66 ’6

Periods.

dan. and July.
Jan. and July.

3(H >,()(>()

Bowery (N. Y.)
Broadway
Brooklyn

4 4

4 4

Orleans, cons “
Memphis, old, 6s, “
new, 6s, “
Nashville 6s, bonds
Memphis Gs, end. by Memp.

“

14

50

.

Muscogee bonds

11

New

5b

Southwestern bonds
“
stock
Atlanta Sc La Grange stock..

,

(is,
Mobile, Ala., 5s,
8s,

7s..

stock
Central bonds

44

8s

Columbus, 41

“

25 $200,000

,

American *....
0b
American Extli’e.lbb
Arctic
5(i
Aster
25
Atlantic (Br’klyu) 50
Baltic
25
Beckman
25

Georgia RR. bonus

Petersburg Os
Wilmington, N. C., 6s

DIVIDENDS.

Capital. Nctas’ts

.

SfnrlIt Last Railroad 7s
Chatleeton and Savannah Gs,
endorsed by State S. C ...
Greenville and C lumbia. en¬
dorsed bv State S. Carolina
Columbia and Augusta RR..

t>», new

*•

Adriatic
/Etna

2d....

44
11
3d...
Charlotte Sc S Carolina ris
South Car. lina Railroad Gs..

“

“

“

44

Alabama 5s
8s
ouisiana 6s,

write Marine Risks.

Wilmington Sc Mancli. 1st Gs

(is, new
'6s, reg. stock

Jan. 1, lb68.

participating, Sc ft)

Railroad Bonds ana Stocks. r/rttl A.sii
Norfolk and Petersburg 8s ..
8b ! 85
Wilm ngton and Weldon 8s..

Virginia reg stock, old

[February 18, 1869.

,

20

.

—

.

1 95
•

•

•

*

~
mmi*

•

•

»

•

•

•

•

2 00
....

• •

....

•

....

•

Lay

Bleeck.St.&Fnlt.F. 100
Broadway (B’klyn) 100
B’dway Sc 7 Av.N Y 100
B’klyn, Bath Sc C. 1.100

•

200.000

1867

1867

B’klyn Cent.&J am. 100
Brooklyn City.... • 50
B’k’nC.&Rid’w d. 100

8

3*

Feb.’68

•

•

•

•

...

8

....

...

....

&Kock.B. ..
Cent.P’k,N.&K. R 10(>
Coney Isl.& B’klyn 1(H)
D.B’k.E. B d’y.&c. 100
Eighth Avenue— 100
42d St. & G’d St. V. 100
Har. Br., M. & Ford 100

)

Ninth Avenue
100
Second Av. (N. Y.). 1(H)
Sixth Av.(N.Y.).. 100

0
0 Nov. 67

*5* 125*

Third Av.(N.Y.).. 100

0

12

VJ3nmt8t.&E.BaB

5

B’k’n C.

.

....

1807
1867
)

)

5
12

*

•

•

"

*

*

•

1
*

*

*

........

>«•*»••

w

•

•

•

• • •

•

1884
1883
1870
1872
1884

148,000 1878

672,000
203,000

127,150 1878
Realest.. '184,500
1st Mort.
124,000
1st Mort.
167,000
1st Mort.
700,000 1867
•

180,000
Mort.1,280,000

# * ■

*«•

»

r

•

mm

«i• •

12,000

7
7
7
7
7
7

•• •

.

let
•

•

45,000
550,000 1874

IstVort.
1st Mort.
1st Mort.
1st Mort.
1st Mort.

6

May ’68

•

•

•

1890
• • • •

7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
..

THE CHRONICLE.

February 13,1869.]
PRICES

CURRENT.

$3^“ In addition to the duties noted
below, a discriminating duty of 10 per
cent,

ad val. is levied

all imports

on

under flags that have no reciprocal
reaties with the United States.
On

all

goods,

and mer¬

wares,

chandise, of the growth

produce of
Countries East of the Cope of Good
Hope, when imported from places this
side of the Cape of Good Hope, a duty
of 10 per cent,, ad val. is levied in ad¬
dition to the duties imposed on any such
articles when imported directly from the
place or places of their growth or producion ; Raw Cotton and Raw Silk e tcrpied.
The top In all

or

ho -,-10 lb.

cases to

Ancliors—Duty: 2* cents ^ tb.
(Jt200ft and

upward'#! ft

8 ©

A Mil

on—Duty. 20 $ cent ad val.
Rot, 1st sort... TP loo It 7 75 lit 8 0.)
Pearl, 1st sort..
nominal.

Keeswai—Duty,20 TP cent ad val.
American yellow .Tp lh
44 ©
45
Bouea —Duty : on invoice 10 $ ct.
Rio Grande shin TP ton39 00 ©40 00
cent ad vul.
Bread-Duty, 30
Eliot
^ lb .. ©
0?

Navy

5]

©

Oraokors

434

8$ ©

Drugs and I>ycs—Dnty, Alcohol,
2 50 per gallon; Aloes, 6 cents TP B>;
Alum, 30 cents TP 100 lb; Argols, 6
rents TP ft ; Arsenic and Assabedati,
20; Antimony, Crude and Rogulus.
10; Arrowroot, 30 TP cent ad val
Balsam Copal vi, 20; Balsam Tolu, 30;
balsam Peru, 50 oents TP tb ; Calisaya
Bark,30 $ centad val.: BiCarb. Soda,
14 ; Bi Chromate Potash, 3 cents TP lb;
Bleaching Powder, 80 cents TP 100ft ;
Boil nod Borax, 10 cents TP lb ; Crude
Brimstone, .$6; Roll Brimstone, $10
$ ton; Flor Sulphur,$20 TP ton, and
15 $ cent ad val.; Crmlo Camphor,
30; Refined Camphor, 40cents TP lb.;
Carb. Ammonia, 20 TP cent ad val.;
Cardamoms ami Cantharidos, 50 cents
TP lb ; Castor Oil, $1 TP gallon ; Chlo¬
rate Potash, 10 ; Caustic Soda, 14;
Citric Acid, 10; Copperas, 4 ; Cream
Tartar, lo ; Cubebs, 10 cents $ lb ;
Catch, 10; Chamomile Flowers, 20
$ cent ad val.; Epsom Salts, I cent

Brick*.
Common hard, .per

Crotons

©

M

...

(2*22 00
Philadelphia Fronts... 45 l>0 ©30 00
19 00

I*riMiles—Duty, 15 cents

hogs hair

;

i

TP lb.
Amei u,gray&wh. TP ft
Butter and

© 2 50

40

Cheese. -Duty: 4

cents.

Butter—
Fresh pail

...

ElState firkins,ordinary.
>|8tate firkins, prime

State, hf-flrk., prime..
State, hf-firn., ordin’y
Welsh tubs, prime ...
Welsh tubs, ordinary.
Western, good
Western, lair
Penn,, dairy, prime..
Penn., dairy, good
.

Canada
Grease.
Oheese—

,

m

Dairies

46
42
33
32
45
41
,.

©

••

21

194©
is*©
18* ©
19
17
13
10

prime..

Farm Dairies fair
Farm Dairies

47
43
48
44

©

»

••

Factory prime... $ lb
Factory fair
Fa

50

48 ©
44 ©
42 ©
45 ©
42 ©
43 ©
38 ©
30 ©
30
28 ©
41 ©
38 ©

common

19*

©

Candles—Duty,tallow, 2J;

2U

©
©
©

134
15
12

sperma-

oeti and wax 8; »t

earlue and ada¬
mantine, 5 cents $ lb.
Refined sperm,oity...
43
.. ©

lb

Sperm,patent,.

53©

Steario

30 ©

81

Adamantine

21 ©

22

Cement—RoaendaloTPbl— © 2 50
Chains—Duty, 2* cent* TP lb.
One inch & upward^ B)
7*©
71

.

Liverpool Orrel

Anthracite.

©

....

TP ton of

8 00 ^ 9 00

3,000 lb

Cocoa—Duty,3 cents $ ft.
Oaracas(tn bond)(gold)
TP ft
15 ©
Maracaibo do ..(gold)
23 ©

Guayaquil do ...(gold)
St. Domingo

(gold)

16
30

104

10
..

©

Anis, Oil Lemon, and Oil

Orange,
cents; Oil Cassia and Oil Berga¬
mot, $1 TP lh ; Oil Peppermint, 50
TP control val.; Opium, $250; Oxalic
Acid, 4 cents $ lb ; Phosphorus, 20
TP cent ad val.; Press. Potash, Yel¬
low, 5; Red do, 10; Rhitbai 1>, 50cents
$ lb: Quicksilver, 15 TP cent ad
val.; Sal ASratus, 14 cents TP lb; Sal
Soda, i cent TP ft; Sarsaparilla and
Senna, 20 TP cent ad val.; Shell Lac,
10; Soda Ash, ] ; Sugar Lead,20cents
$ ft; Sulph. Quinine, 45 TP cent ad
val.; Sulph. Morphine, $2 50 'jp oz.;
Tartaric Acid, 20; Verdigris, 6 cents
TP ft; Sul Ammoniac, 20; Blue Vit¬
riol, 25 TP cont ad val.; Ethoriul Pro
parations and Extracts, $L TP ft; all
others quoted below kiue.
Alcohol, 88 per cent.
©
Aloes, Cape
IP lb
.' ©
Aloes, Socotrine
75 ©
..

Alum...

«i©
Annato, good to prime. 1 0*' © 1 31
Antimony, Reg. «»f,g\{
524©
12|

Argols, Crude
Argols, Refined, gold.
Arsenic, Powdered “

lb ©
28 (<ft

Assafcetida
Balsam Copivi
Balsam Tolu
Balsam Peru
Bark Pet.ayo

25 ©

27

40
78©
80
*5 ©
© 8 60

1

45 ©

Berries, Persian, gold.
Bi Carb. Soda, New¬
castle, gold

27©

81

4 ,©

271©

Bleaching Powder
Borax, Refined

Q'ij

M* ift
35 ©

30

Brimstone.

Crude

qj

TP

(gold).60 00© 62 60

ton

Brimstom

TP

..

Am.

Roll

I lor

Sul*

ft.....'

phur
Camphor,

4

\

tulo,

©

4J

54©

Brimstone,

51

(in

bond).
©
....(gold)
Camphor, Refined
1 05 ©
05

hohes

long and

14 Inohes wide,
square foot,

3 oents TP ft.
Sheathing, new.. TP ft

Sheathing, &c., old..
Bheathln&yellow met 1
Bolts, yellow metal,..
Pi* Chile
American

..

33
33
20
26
..

33

©
©
©
©
©

*-s*

,

,

21

©
26*©

•

#

27

8; uniLrred
Cordage—Duty, tar
Manila, 24 other untarred,3} cents

2a?lia,
Tarred Russia
Bolt

H>

Rope, Russia.....

21 ®

23

17 ©
..

21

©

Cork*—Duty, 50 TP cent ad val.
1st Regular,qrts $ gro
do Superfine
lit Re alar, Pints

Mineral
Phial. •«»•••••••••»•••

in bulk

Cardamoms, Malabar..
Castor Oil
Chamomile Flow’sTP ft
'Chlorate Potash (gold)
Caustic Soda
“

80

55 ©
70
1 40 @1 1 70
35© 50
60 ©
12 d

1

70
40




....

Cassia..
Bergamot

Peppermint,pure.

5 37j© 5 50
yj©
4
Opium, Turkey.(gokl)ll 25 ©
Oxalic Acid
©
82,
Phosphorus
©
95
Prussiate Potash
36©
Vitriol

76 ©
2 25 ©
8]©
2i) ©

Rhubarb,China
Sago, Pea.led.:
Salaratus

..

Seneca Root.

50©

15

88 ©

90

©
Q©

»0

•*©

31

5*
•t*

••

•

2*

3<> ((ft
.

4

17 ©

.

.

00
Flowers,Benzoin.TP oz. 80 ©
4 45
Gambier
gold 4 41
Gamboge
l 76 © 2 00
75
93 ©
95
Ginseng, West
© 1 0)
Ginseng, Southern...
..

Arabio,Picked..

55

75

Arabic, Sorts...

37 ©

40

©
80 ©
©
45 ©
45©
55 ©
65 ©

85

Gum,Myrrh, Turkey.
Senegal
GumTragacanth, Sorts
Gum Tragacanth, w.
Gum

..

©
35 ©
..

81*
16
51
.

.

33
40

Lac Dye...
Lioorioe Paste,Calabria

30

©

45

27|©

32

Lioortoe, Paste, Sioily.
Lioorioe Paste Spanish
Solid
Lioorioe Paste, Greek.

24

©

25

29 ©
P ©

30

©

14

do, Frenoh, EXF.F.do

Tapioca

IQ©
50 ©
12J©

Verdigris, dryJtex dry
Vitriol, Bluo

52
14

American

Ravens, Light.. TP pee 16 00 ©
Ravens, Heavy
i8 Uu ©
Scotch, G’ck, No.l THy
©

Subject to a discount of 45©50 TP cent
6x 8 to 7x9.. TP 50 ft 7 75 © 6 00
8x10 t olOx 15
8 25 © 6 60
11x14 to 12x18
9 75 © 7 00
14x10 to 16x24
10 60 © 7 50
18x22to 18x30
12 25 © 3 00
20x30 to 24x30
15 00 © 9 00
24x31 to 24x36
16 50 ©10 00
25x36 to 80x44
17 50 ©12 60
30x46 to 32x48
20 00 ©13 60
32x50 to 32x50
22 00 ©14 50
25 00 ©16 00
Above
Frer.ch Window—1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th
qualities. (SingleThick) Nov*Lis
of Mar. 11 Discount 45©50fp cent
Ax 8 to8x10. TP50 feet 8 50 © 6 25
Sxll to 10x15
9 00 © 6 75
11x14 to 12x18
10 CO © 7 50
13x18 to 16x24
11 00 © 8 00
18x22 to 18x30
13 50 © 9 00
20x30 to 24x3n
16 50 ©10 00
24x31 to 24x36.
18 00 ©12 00
25x36 to26x40
20 00 ©16 00
28x40 to 30x48.(3 qlts).22 00 ©18 0C
24x54 to 32x56.(3 qlts).24 00 ©20 0G
32x58 to 34 x00.(3
qlts).27 00 ©28 0(
English sells at 35 TP ct. off a bo

72

Cotton, No. 1... TP y.

58

©

.

l>ye Woods—Duty free.

<.5imwood,gold,Tpton

©175 00

Fustic,Cuba “
..26 60 © 28 00
Fustic, Tampico, gold
© 25 00
Fustic, Jamaica, “
© 24 00
23 00 © 25 00
Fustic, Savanilla
.

....

....

Fustic,Maracaibo,
Logwood, Laguna
Logwood, Cam.

23 00

Tiimawood
Bar wood

.

.

1

ogwood, llond
Log wood,Tabasco
Logwooil,St. Dorn.
Log wood,Jamaica

©
©
©
© 25 00

©
“

•

27 00
19 (To

v© 28 00
© 20 00
“
loo :xi ©
“ 26 00 ©
“

.

rates.

Groceries—See special report.

Gunny Rags—Duty, valued at I
cents

or less,
TP square yard, 3;
10, 4 cents ^ ft

70 60

Feather*—Duty: 30 TP centad val.
Prime Western...$1 lb
85 ©
Tennessee.,..

©

31 ©
..

16*©

oy«

Calcutta, light&h*y %
© 17
Gunny Clotli—Duty, valued at II
cents or less TP square yard, 3: oy«r
..

10,4 cents TP ft.
Calcutta, standard, y’d

.

Sapan wood, Manila1*

Window—lst,Qd, 8d, and 4th

qualities.

Duck—Duty, 30 TP cent ad val.

© 21
Gunpowder—Duty, valued at 10
cents or less
ft, 6 cents TP 1>, axo
20

$3 cent ad val * over 20e«nU t
ft, 10 cents TP ft and 20 TP centad va«
Blasting(B) TP 25ft keg
©4 00
Shippingaud Mining..
© 4 50
6 50 ©
Kentucky Rid®
Meal
6 00 ©

80

Fisli—Duty, Mackerel, $2; Ilorrings,

..

$1 ; Salmon $3; other pickled, $1 50
bbl.; on other Fish,Pickled, Smok¬
ed, or Dried,in smaller pkgs.than bar¬
rels, 5o cents TP 100 lb.
Dry Cod
TP cwt. 7 50 © 8 50
Pickled Scale...TP bbl. 5 00 © 5 CO

Cod....TP bbl. 6 25 © 6 50
Mackerel, No., 1, New
shore

..

Deer

6 60 ©

Sporting, ini ft canis¬
ters $ lb
86

..

©104

.

IVai

r—Duty rnr*.
RioGrande,mixM|Jftgold27 ©

23 50 ©24 00

Mackerel,No.l,Halifax
©
Mackerel,No.l,Bynew27 50 ©28 00
Mackerel,No.23ayn’\v
©
Mackerel,No.2,11a axl9 00 ©26 00

Buenos Ayres,mixed

.

,

“

©

26

Hog,Westorn,unwash.cur.. ©

10

.

..

....

Mac’el,No.3,Mass. Fgel4
Mackerel, Shore, No. 218
Mac,No.3, Mass,mod. 13
Salmon, Pickled, No.1.28
Salmon,Pickled,Tptce.
Herring,Scaled^! box.
Herring, No. 1

00 ©15 IX)
00 ©18 50
00 ©13 50
00 ©30 00
35
34 ©
50 © 55

Hay—North River, In balesTP 100 ft«
for shipping
75 ©
80
Hemp—Duty, Russian, $40; Manila"'
$25; Jnte, $15; Italian, $40; Snnx
and Sisal, $15 TP ton; and
Tampico
1 cent TP ft.
Arner.Dressed.TP ton 260 00©275 OC

35 ©
38
Herring,plekledTpbbl. 6 00 © 9 00
North River

TP ft

do

Undressed.. 175 00©200 0.0
260 00©
Italian
(p-old) 250 (0©260 09
Manila..TP ft..(gold)
IQ© 111

Russia, Clean

©

..

....

Sisal

lam pic o

special report.

-Duty,IOTP ce^
Beaver,Dark..TP skin 1 00 © 5

,

Jute

(gold)

Furs and Sklus
do

00
3 00 ©20 00

Palo

! 00 © 4

Bear, Black
do

Fisher,
Fox, Silver

ed and Skins 10

75

10 ©
4 00 ©iO
5 00 ©50
3 00 © 5
1 60 © 2

..

do Cross
do Red
do Grey
do Kitl

20
00
00
00
25

Lyux

1

Marten, Dark”

5

do pale
Mink, dark
do pale

2
1

Otter

3

Musquash, Fall
Opossum

1

Montevideo
Rio Grande

Matauioras
VeraCruz

x'ampioo
Bogota

Buenos A...cur.
Vera Crnz,.gold

do

Tampico.. .gold
do Matamoras.gold
do Payta
cur.
do Cape
cur.
Deer,San J uanTP ftgold
do
do
do

Central America

Honduras,.gold
Sisal
gold
o
Pnra
gold
do Vera Cruz .gold
do MUsomrl ..gold
do

Tex&»«.«* .gold

42* ©

Ft.

..

-

©

50 ©
..

©

*.

©

do
do
do
do
do
do

22

©

22*©
*

©

22 ©
21 ©

20*©
17 ©
20 ©
m©
20 ©
19*©
15 ©
20 ©
16 ©
16 ©

15 ©

&

au

Piatt., do
do
do

Chili

62*

©
©

ti

15 ©
17*©

Dry Salted Hides—

43 ©
50 ©
..

..

Texas
Western

do
do
Pernambuco.... do
Bahia
do
Matamoras
do
Maracaibo
do
8a vanilla
do

57*

•

•

48

50
60
62
• •

a

t

gold

Payta

Maranham

65
50
63

*

Juan

Truxillo
Bahia
Rio Hache
Curacoa
B. Domingo

61
60
55

52*©
©
50 ©
©
48 ©
..

in

PortoCabello
Maracaibo

50 ©

do
do

do
do

....

California

10

Skunk, Black.

do
do
do
do
do
do

S

40 © 1 25

Sklus—Duty : lo TP cent ad val.
ad val.
47*©
Gont,CuracoaTP ft cur.

do

....

Orinoco

30 © 1 60
50 ©
75
00 © 3 00
00 ©20 00
00 © 3 00
00 © 8 00
00 © 3 0J
0O © 9 00
10 ©
2(1

3 ©

9|

centad val.

Dry Hides—
Buenos Ayres TP ftg’d

75

50 ©
25©

9j©
©
41©

Hides—Duty, all kinds, Dry or Salt-

2 00 © 8 Ofi

brown

Badger
Cat, Wild

Raccoon

60 © 1 00
flakey,gold
Hyd. Potash, Fr. and
Eng
(gold) 60 © 8 65
Iodine, Resublimed... 6 50 ©
50 ©
Ipeoaouauha, Brazil... “ 00 © 3 75
!X>
85 ©
Jalap, in bond gold..

(gold)

2}

©
25
Snip Quinine, Amf oz 2 30 © 2 3*
Sulphate Morphine “ .... ©13 25
Tart’c Acid. .(g’ld)T^ ft
©
..
60

.

IQ©
114©

India

47

i’f©
...

do House

si©
SI©
3|©

gold

64

20 ©
43 ©

Sliell Lac
!
Soda Ash (80Tpc.)(g’ld)

Fruits—See

35

H ©

Benzoin
Kowrio
Gedda
GumDamar

25©

unpolished Cylinder, Crown, and

TP ft*

111

94©
9j}
Sal Soda. Newcastle “ 1 6*.]© 1 75
Sarsaparilla,H.gM inb’d 28©
30
Sarsaparilla,Mex.
“
10
©

30 ©
33 ©

Coriander Soed

Gum
Gum
Gum
Gum
Glim

77

SalAin’n'ac, Kef

..

Window

or

Common Window, not exceeding 10x
15 inches square, 14; over that, and
not over 16x24, 2 ;overthat, and ne
over 24x30
; all over that, 8 cent

Flax—Duty: $15 TP ton.

..

Cochineal, Hon. (gold)
Cochineal, Mexic'u(gM)
Copperas, American...
Cream Tartar, pr.(gold
Cubebs, East India....
Extract Logwood
Fennell Seed

on

..

Quicksilver

**

Polished Plate not over 10x15 inches
24 cen-ts $ square foot; larger and
not over 16x24
inches, 4 cents TP
square foot; larger and not over 24
x39 inches. 6 cents $ square foot
above that, and not exceeding 24x60
inches, 20 cents TP square foot; all
above that, 40 cents $ squ are fco

© 3 50

.

..

Glass—Duty, Cylinder

5 60 © 6 0)
4 124© 4 50

Lemon

©
©

.>»

Florida ....sold

’

<rh 3 75

.

is ©
IS
25 © 4 60
34
©

41©
1
Hi©

Madder,Dutch

Cottott—flo© cpeoUi report.

....

Carraway Soed

Gum Myrrh,East

©

..

Ingot

Cantharidos...
1 131©
Carbonate
Ammonia,

do

Picklod

BI Chromate Potash...

Epsom Salts

Copper—Duty, pig, bar, and Ingot,
2|; old oopper2 cents T9 ft; manu¬
factured, 35 $1 cent ad val.; sheathing
opper and yellow metal, insheots42

Anis

Sugar LM, W’o...

um

Gum

Cutch

Coffee.—See special roport.

Oil
Oil
Oil
Oil
Oil
Oil

Damar, 10 cents per lb;
Myrrh, Gum Senegal, Gum
Geeda and Gum Tragacauth, 20 TP
cent ad val.; ilyd. Potash and Resub1 imod Iodine, 75; Ipecac and Jalap,
50; Lie. Pasto, 10; Manna, 25; Oil

rie, and G

Deer, Arkansas..gold

..

Senna, Alexandria....
Senna, Eastlndia

.

Coal—Duty, bituminous, $1 25 $ ton
of 28 bushels 80 B> to the bushel;
other than bituminous,40 cents $ 28
bushels of80 ft $ bushel.
Newcastle Gas.2,2401b. 10 00 © 1.
Liverpool Gas Can nel.. 13 00 © ....
Liverp’l House Cannellfi 00 © ....

Manna,large flake.... 1 70 © 1 75
Manna, small tiako....
95 ©
Mustard Seed, Cal....
9©
104
Mustard Seed, Trieste.
14©
Nutgalls Blue Aleppo 35©

TP ft; Extract Logwood, Flowers
Gamboge, 10 TP cent.;
Ginseng, 20; Gum Arabic,20 ^ cent
ad val.; Gum Benzoin Gum KmvBenzols and

50

Breadstuff^—See special report.

221

Wet Salted HidesBue Ayres.TP ft g’d.
RioGr\ade ..... 00
:

Califs.ala
so
do
Para—
New Orleans...cur

154©
15*©
14 ©
14 ©
13*©
15

©

13 ©
13 ©
..

..

*•

O
©
©

11 ©
1$ ©

City sPhter trim.*

cured.

m©

12*

Upper Leather Stock—
JB.A. & Rio Qr. Kip
$ tt gold

..

.

Zanibar

Cherry boards and p’ank..70 00 @30
Oak and ash.:
45 0()@''>0
30 0U@ 15
Maple and biren
White oineb x boards. ..23 00@27
White pine merchantable
bx boards
27 00@30
00 00@70
Clear pine..
Laths
@3
y M

25
3D
2ti
21

ft

21) ft
25 ft
20 ft

Sierra Leone., cash
Gambia «& Bissau.

—

Bast India Stock—

Calcutta,city sl’kter

» •

do

butlalo,79-Ib

Manilla &
buffalo

in

14)@

Batavia,
79 lb

•

@

..

Honey-Duty,20 sent 79 gallon.
Cuba (duty paid)(g< .d
$ gall,

85 ft

87

Hops—^uty: 5 conU y lb.
10 ft
Crop of 1868
y lb

18

of 1867

do

..ft
15 @

~

Bavarian

2D

do
<lo
do
do

ft
ft
..ft
30 ft

East India

Carthagena, &c

ft

......

SO

00

140

50

Horse Shoe...

0)@150 DO
00

Rod

y lb

U ft
11* @

Sheet, Russia
Sheet,Single, Double

Sift

and Treble

iTOry—Duty, 10 y cent ad val.
Kast India, Prime y lb
Bast Ind.,Billiard Ball

3 JO@
3 0)@
African, Prime
2 50@
Africau,Scrivel.,W.C. 1 25 @

10)

12)

8 15
3 25
2 87

2 25

(veil) 0 25 ft 6 12)
(void) 0 34 ft 6 87t
net
..
0A1 <* 50

.Bar

net

PipeandSheet

..((£12 00

Leather-Duty: sole 35, upper 30
y cent ad val.
r—ciwh.y lb.-->

Oak,8l’hter,beuvy^ tb

middle

Do
do

Q„

do
do
do
do

light..

docrop,heavy
middle
do

38 (ft

38 (ft
30 @

4!) @

45
44

42

light..

slaughter.

38 ft

41

29 (ft
29 ft

31

do
do

do

light.

rough

<10

good damaged

do

poor

do

28 ft
29 ft
25 ft
28 ft

28) @
85 (ft
25 @
20 ft

29
31
2-5
20)
30
27
2D

30

do

..

27

▼al.; Rosewood and

Cedar, kkee.

maple,lo"i.1» ft.
0@
Black walnut
# M. ft.75 00@85
bft
Black walnut, logs# sup It
Black walnut, trotches....
15@
do
22ft 1
figur’d & blia’d
Tcliovr pine timber, (ieo
y M. It
83 00@35

wood b’ds A




45

do
wild,, bleach
Lard oil, prime
Red oil,city dist Ela-in

w<*st’ii

2

..

7

00
9
20

25

00

00@45 60

15

ft 1 7.5
97 ft 1 0 )

V! ft
90 ft

^.

1 00

95 ft J 05

gr.

40
(free).

38 ft

38J

l*aiut*»—Duty: on white lead, rod
lead, and litliarge, dry or ground in
oil, 3 cents $ lb; J'arie white and
whiting, 1 cent y lb; dry ochres,56
ce”.ti!$ 100 lb : oxidesofzine, I j cents
m lb
; ochre, ground in oil,| 50 $ 1(H)
tti ; Spanish brown 25 $ eehtad val;
China clay, $5 y ton; Venetian red
and vermilion 25 y cent ad val.;
whiteohalk,$ 10 7JH°U.

Litharge,City... .^llb

•#

ft
ft

11
11

13)

white, American,

dry
Zinc,whit i,American,
dry,* \ 1
do white, A raerican,

White oak, logs y cub. ft.
..ft
50
do
p'.auk, y M. ft.55 00@«0 00

poor « W

1 20 ft
do
bleached winter
ft 1 30
ft 2 t 0
Sperm,crude

pure,

ft 1 25

..

Whale, crude

do

Lumber, Ac.—Duty: Lumber,20
y cent ad va£; Staves, 10 y cent ad
01rd’8-eye

.

Linseed,city.,.y g^l-h 1 01 ft 1 05

pure,in oil

23

ft 2 00

heavy

per case
4 10 ft 4 15
do in casks.y. galU l t5 ft
Palm
7)1 lb
..ft

Lead, red,City...... ,
white, American,
do

39

rune—Duty; lO^centad val.

Rocklapd,com. y bhl.

obl’g, do 50 00 «^57 00 *
Duty: linseed, flaxseed, arid
rape seed, 23 cents; olive and salad
oil, in bottles or lluHks, $1 ; burning
fluid, 50 cents
gallon; palm, seal,
and cocoa nut, 10 y cent ad val.;
sperm and whale or other fish (for¬
eign fisheries,) 20 y coat ad vai.
Olive, Mar’s, qs (gold;
-

Kerosene

40
40

do

27 ft

11

jjubricating

Oak, rough

2lift

aft

in bags.58 00 ftT>H 25

Paralline, 28 tfc 30

40

42 ft
42 (ft

Hemi’k, ii. A.,*lcc.,h’y
do
do middle.
do
do
light.
do
Califor.,heavy
do middle.
do
do
do
light.
do
Orino.,heavy.
do
do
middle

55* ft 2 00
0.5 ft 2 SO
(W ft 4 25
30 ft 0 00
0 50 ft 8 (.0

Caltc—Duty: 20 ^centad val.
City thin ubi’g,ii> bbla*
y ton.
ft’il 01

do saponified,
Bank
Straits

11 )ft

!ry
wulie, French,’. 1

do

oil

Ochre,yellow, French,
dry
...
d<
ground, in oil..
Spanish brown,dry 79
100 tt)
do
gr’dinoil.79
Paris wh., No. i

tt>

12

7ift
8

No. 1 ,i n oi

do White.Frenc •

do

-

@
37)@

111

...

do
do

hams,
Hams,

new

79 lb

-....

Port

11 ft

21

Rico—Duty: cleaned 2.) cents 79 15.;
paddy 1* cents, and uncleaneil 2 cents
79 lb.
Carolina ....*.79 100 lb 9 50 @19 12.)
Rangoon Dressed, gold 0 ( 0 ft 0 50
3 50 @ 1 10

I11 bond

ft

ft

1

*

lb ;

Shot—Duty: 2} cents 79 1b.
.79 1b
Drop
12 ft
Buck
13 ft

ft

2 ft
H

ft

17
‘2*
10

I 00 ft 1 25

H ft

0

ft
ft

35

2 75
Chrome, yellow, dry..
15
Whiting, Amer 791001b 2 00
▼ermUlon,Chlna, y lb ) 02

.i

Silk—Duty; free. All thrown silk,
35 79 cent.
Tsatlees, No.l@3.79tb 9 50 @10 75
Taysaams, superior,
R 5 I @9 00
medium,No. 2.. 0 50. ft 8 0(1

No. 1
do

Canton,re-reel.No I @2 7 50 ft 7 75
Canton. Extra Fine.

10 50 @12 50

3apan, superior
do

10 00 @10 50
8 00 @10 00

Good

do

8 00 ft 9 00

..

Medium

Spelter—Duty : .in pigs, bars, and
plates, $! 50 79 100 lbs.
Plates, for.79l(M)lbgold 0 50 ft ....
do

10 @

lb

doiuoslio 79

11)

Spirit* - Duty: Brandy, for first proof
$3 "(3 gallon ; Gin, rum and whiskey,
lor lirnt. proof, $2 50 7)1 gallon.
Brandy, Ol.nrd, Dupuy
A t o..(gold) 79 gal. 5 50 @13 (K)
Brandy, Pi not, Casl.illon & Co(gold) 5 50 @17 00
do IlennesHy(go)d) 5 50 @18 00
do Marett & Co(g’d) 5 50 @10 00
do Lege. Freres <lo 5 50 @10 h()
do oth for. l>’dH(g’(l)
Until, dam., 4th p.(g’d) 4 50 ft 4 75
do
bt. Croix,
3d

proof. ..(gold) 3 50 ft 3 75
Gin, (lift*, brands.(gold) 3 00 @14 85
DonussLic JAf/uort;— Cash.
Brandy,ginAp.Bpi’tB in bl 05@ 1 10
1 05@ 1 10
Rum, pure,...
Whiskey
95@ 98
Steel—Duty: barsand ingots,.valued
at 7 cents 79 lb or under, 2| cents;
over

7 cents and not above

ft 187*
....

ft I 10

and 10 $ cent

11, 3 cts

3* cents 79 b

.

.

English blister
English machinery
Rnglisli German .....

American blister.,....
Tool
Americitn cast
American spring do

American mach'y do
American Germia.do

and hereto
Class 1 —(J!/)thlaq

as now

Wools—The value whereof at (lie last

of at the last place whence exported
to the United States is 32 cents ov
less 79 lb, 10 cents 79 lb an dll 70
cent ad val. ; over 32 cents 79 lb, 19
cents

79 lb and 10

79 cent, ad val.

Class A. —Carpet Wools and other
similar Wools—The value whereof at
the last place whence exported to t he
United States is 12 cents or less 79
lb, 3 cents $ tb ; over 12 cents 79 lb,

0 cents 79 lb.
Wool of all classes
Imported scoured, three times .the
duty as if imported unwashed.
70
Am., Sax’y fleece.79 tb
02 ft
do full blood

Extra, pulled..

Mestizado
Creole do
do
Cordova,
washed
Cape G. Hope, un wash’d
do
do

13

43

37
30
3 5
30
37
32

24
30
42
40

ft

40 @
28 ft
23 ft
35 ft

ndia, washed....

33
27

Texan, Medium

Texas, Coarse

27

37
30
32

ft

Zinc—Duty: pig or block, $1 50 y
100 lbs.; sheets 2* conts 79 lb
Bhoet
1-4 ft 13
79 B>

ircigHts-

(steam):s. <t.
79
|@7-10
79 hbl
@3 0
V)ds.. .79 ton 25 0 @30 C

To Liverpool
Oottoi
Flour

Heavy
Oil

@50 0

....

Corn, b'k&bags^ bus,
Wheat, bulk and bags
Beef
79 tee.
Pork
79 bbl,
To London (sail)

@
..@

..

4 ii no
3 0 @

25 0 @30
Hoavy goods...%) toB 25 0 @30 0
Oil
Flour

@35

..

19 bbl.

2 0 ((0

Petroleum

Cotton
19
Beef and pork.. 79 bbl.

ii)

•33

Mexican, unwashed...
'Texas, Fine

1G)
1»>
13

ft

45 @
35 &/)
31 @
3 3 (a)
30 @
28 ((£
34 (,a
28 ft
20 @

do
medium do
do
common, do
Val praise,
do
South Am.Merinodo

18*@
14 @

JO @
.. @
10 @

4

No 1, pulled..
Califor, line,unwash’d

2’

15

..

,

......

23

10) ft
.. @

5;) ft
ft
58 @

Superfine, pulled

JH @
10 ft
Jl*@

l2j

58
52
52
02
45*
48
40

55. @

Merino

do y & X Merino..
do Native
% Mer.
do Combing

Beef
y too.
Pork
79 t bl.
Wheat..... r.79 bunk.
Corn
To Havre:

ad val. (Btore prices.;

English,cast, 79 lb
English,spring

practiced.”

East. I

Spice*.-See special report.

..@.*>3

place whence exported to the United
States is 32 cents or less 79 lb, 19
cents 79 lb and 11 7^ cent, ail val. ;
over 32 cents 79 lb, 12 cents 7^ lb and
10 79 cent, ad val ; when imported
washed, double these rates. Clas;*
2.— Combing JKoo/s-The value where ^
'

15 ft
10
Timothy,reaped79 bus 3 00 ft 3 75
b
inary
7)^ bos 4 :0 ((£ 5 50
Hemp
2 0 ft 2 40
Lius’d A m.rouehTRhus 2 00 @ 2 7\
do Ciilc’a,Bosl.’n,g’d 2 25 ft
do do New Yk,g’d 2 30 ft ....

79 lb; over 11 cents,
U

fore

7)@

(?

11
12

dinary condition

5 ft

791b

.

Wool—Durr: Imported in the “ or

and grass seeds, JO 79 c‘‘nl

ail val.
Clover

do

Copper

Seed*— Duty ; linseed, 1G cts; hemp,
i cent 79 lb; canary, .$1 79 bushel <»1
00

25
25
00
00

val.
Iron No. 0 to 18.. List.*25<fc5 79 ct. ofi
Iron Nos.19 to 20.List .3( A5 79 ct. ofi
TrouNos.27 to 36 List.35&5 ^4 ct. oil
Iron Telegraph, No. 7 to if
GhIv.
79 tt>.l0J@i1)
Brass (less 20@25 per cent ).. . @43

Liverpo(d,gr’nd79 sack 1 85 ft 1 90
do H ne, Asliton’s("’d) 2 50 @
do fine, Worthingt.’s 2 00 ft 2 05

gold

ft 1 00

Wire—Duty: No. 0 to 18,uncovered
$2 to $3 5\ 79 100 lb, and 15 79 cent ail

I—'Duty: t»ack,24 cents 79 100 lb;
bulk, 18 cents 79 100 lb.
Turks Islands 79 bush.
41
42 ft

Nitrate soda

85

@

ft 1
'ft 1
Clare).-... .gold. 79 cask35 00 @00
Claret. ...gold. 79 doz 2 05 @ 9

Sul

Saltpetre—Duty: crude, 2) cents;
refined and partially refined, 3 cents;
nitrate soda, i cent 79 lb.
Refined, pure
79 lb
br>)@

C*A 1 0<>

lied, Span. & Sicily(g)
90
Marseilles Mad’ra(g’d)
70
Marseilles Port.(gold)
80
Malaga dry
(gold) 1 00
Malaga, sweet. ..(gold) 1 10

1*0

19j@

2 00 @ 8 50

.......

JJurgundy port..(gold)
75 ft 1 25
Lisbon
(gold) 2 25 @ 3 50
Sicily Madeira..(gold) l O’ ft 1 25

30 00 @31 00
IS @
21

Shoulders...
Lard

(trudo

special report.

Wine*—Duty: Value not over 50 cts
79 gallon, 20 cents 79 gallon, and 25 79
cent, ad val.; over 50 and not over
100, 50 cents 79 gallon and 25 79 cent,
ad val. ; over $f 79 gallon, $1 79 gal¬
lon and 25 79 cent ad val.
Madeira
79 gall. 3 50 ft 7 00
Sherry...
1 25 ft 9 00

14 1 0 @19 50

exLra moss

I. C. Coke
7 00 ft 8 00
Terne Charcoal 8 00 ft S 25
Torno Coke.,.. 0 *2)@ 0 25

do
do
do

Tobacco.-Soo

ft
12)
79bbl. 4 50 ft 5 00

new

Pork, old

(gold)
Plates,char. I.O.79 h<ux

..

lams.bacon, andlard,2 cts 79 lh

1 ct;

Pork,

(g'dd)

38

Naptha,refined. U8-73
grav.,
Residuum

32)
32 ft
31 @
32
3‘> ft
ft 8 75

79 lb (gold)

English.
23

•-

Cadiz

Oil

Oils

....

English

30

27 (ft
18 ft

Oakum-Dutyfr.J lb

do
West, thin

22)@

Banca
Straits

9-7 ft

in bulk
refined in bon<l,piime
L. S. to W. (110@
115 test):
do Standard whit,1/

Tin--Duty: pig,bars,and block,15 79

624 ft 6 55

.

7

Lead—Duty, Pig, $2 y 100 lb ; Old
Lead, 1* cents 79 lb; Pipe and Sheet,
24 cents y tt>.
Galena
$ 100 lb
ft ....
(void) 0 25 ft 6 35
Spanish
German

8
0

2
2
3
4

...

Crude, 10@47grav.79spil

11Pd

Tea*.—See special report.

conts?

13
13
10
75

27 {ft
42 ft

...

pale.

Pclrolcu 111—Duty :crudo,20
refined, 40 mnts 79 gallon.

20

ft
(ft

American,prime, coun¬
try imd city
fl>...

cent a<l val.
Plato and sheets and
terne plates, 25 per cent, ad val.

moss,79 bb!32 50 @
sa
32 00 @32 50
Pork, prime mess. ...29 50 @
do prime,
...20 00 @27 50
Beef, plain moss
9 00 @10 50

7)1 lb.
6

No. 2
No. 1
Pale
extra

@

Foreign

14
!4
10
15

4 ft

f’*l (00)$ lb

Yellow metal....
Zinc

,

Provisions—Duty:boof and pork,

25
*6

Copper

do

75 0U@78 00

American.

Clinch
Horse shoo,

do
do

Bails, Eng. (g’d)79 ton 54 0J@ 55 ;xj
do

horse shoe 2 cents

Barytes

ft

...

40

Cut,4d.@G*Ul. y 100 lb r> 12) @ 5 25

do

0D
00
00

Rods,5-8@J-10 inch.. 100 00@155 00
Hoop
127 5 )ft 185 00
Nail

00

1|
Chalk, block....79 ton23 00 @24 00
Barytes, American 79
1J@
1)
y lb.

10

Bahia

do strained

(Ki

i25 00@

.

20

...

Bar,English and Amer¬
ican, Refined
05 00 @100
lo ‘do
do Common
@‘.M
Boroll
125 J @104
Ovals and Half Round 122 00@150
Band
122 5u@125

50

Stores— Duty: spirits of
turpentine ;<<Jcdnt.s79 gallon; crude
Turpentine, rosin, pitch, and tar, 20
78 oent ad val.
Turpent’e, s;4t.732SOff> 4 02) ‘ft 4 7.5
Tar, N. County y libl. 2 75 ft 3 25
Tar, Wilmington
3 50 ft 3 75
Pi'.ch City
3 00 ft ....
SptHiBturpcntine Tpr*/ 57 ft
58
Rosin, coin’ll, y 2.ao lii 2 *f> hft 2 50

Swedes,ordinary

sizes

32

Naval

31
00
50

/—S h/rkPrioks—>

Bar

China
Chalk

Nails—Duty: cutl); wrought 2^;

Pig,Scotch,No 1.

.

Mexican
Florida. $ c. l't.

Sugar.—See special reportfl nllo^v—Duty :1 cent'79 lb;

I’lnmbago

00
00
22
50
2 )
28

ft

12 (ft
8 (ft

Mansanilla

Seimac—Duty: 10 $ cent ad val.
y ton.. 50 00 @100 (0
Sicily

ft
0
day, 79 ton. ...27 00 @29 OD

00

!?lola**o*,—Seo special report.

Iron—Duty,Bars,1 to 1) cents 79 lb.
Railroad, 70 cents 19 too lb ; Boiler
and Plate, 11 cents US lb; Sheet,Band,,
Hoop, and Scroll, 1J to 1 \ cents 79 lb;
Pig, $9 19 ton; Polished Sheet, 3
cents $ tb.

27

Venet..ed(N.C.)79owt2 50 ft 2 02)
Carmine,city made-79 H>lo 00 (9)20 00

12 (ft

..

do

(gold)
SO ft 1 1>
(gold)
70 (ft 1 02)
(gold) 1 20 ft I 45
(ft 1 15
(gold)

..

U ft

....

Rosowood, R..Tan. $ lb

..

79 ton 4D 0 )ft 1 >
Pig, American,No. 1.. 40 oo@n
Pig, American, No. 2 37 •:> @38
Bar, Red’d Eiig&Amer 81 (rt)^87
Bar, Swedes, assorted
sizes (in gold)
82 50 @S7

00

1 10 ft
Amer.com..
22 ft

11 ft

Nuovitas
Mansanilla
Mexican
Honduras

do
do
do

Indigo—Duty free.
Bengal
(gold) 1? ft 1 75 ft 2 25
Oudo
(sold)
ft
Madras
Manila
Guatemala
Caraccas

01)

1 O'.) ft 1 05

...

Cal

do
do

10 ft
10 Oft
8 ft

(American wood)..
Cedar, Nuevitas

38

Vermillion, Trier,to

00

30 ft

lugs

ad val.

..

*7

ordinary logs

Jltdia. Rubber—Duly, 10 itf cont.

$ ft>

...

do
Port-uu-Platt,
crotches
do
Port-au-Platt

...

para, Fine

•

00

ill iho;any,
Cedar, Hosevvow.l — Duty Ireo.
lian oiiinw St. Domin¬
25 ft
50
go, crotches 18 ft.,
St. Domingo,
do

Horns—Duty, 10 I? cent.ad val.
Ox, Rio Grande... $ C ...,@ SOD
Ox, American
© 01)0

Para, Medium
Para, Coarse

•

Hemlock... 3x4, per i>i«ce ....ft
do
do
....ft
4x0,
2 2@
do
do
bds,
do
23o>
.bds,
Spruce
31 04
do
do
pile 1)4 in.
35 rf)
do
do
...do 2 in.
do
do strips , 2x 1
18@
do
per Mft.l!)1 00@22

17

J1cutta, dead green 10 )@
p. "old
14 ft

•

[February 13,I860.

OHRONiCLE

TfiE

222

..

@ 0

..

5 3 @

..

@ 3

..

7J@
8

$

’

ft

c

*
@1
ft

g’ds.79 ton iO 00 @
Lard, tallow, cut m t
etc..**.
79 lb
4©
As*eB,potAp’l,tf ton 8 00 a
Measnrem.

P troleum

6 00 O

9 00
.. ..

’

nr*

IHk CHRONICLE.

13,1869.]
ONE

THOUSAND
OF

vJ N I O N

223

MILES

Financial.

THE

XTENSION

PACIFIC

TABLES

(EXCLUSIVELY),

RAILRO AD

Of Every Style and

Quality, at

Greatly Reduced Prices.

ARE NOW COMPLETED.
As 500 miles of the western
also done, hut

WM. HEERDT, Manufacturer*
150 WOOSTER STREET,

portion of the line, beginning at Sacramento, are

BETWEEN PRINCE

be Finished, |to Open the Grand Through Line to the Pacific.
Opening will certainly take place Early this Season.

Besides

This

TO

ing cases (gentlemen's'and
ladies’

sizes), guaranteed ex¬

act time-keepers, and sold at
the low price of $12 each, and
are

comply with all its contracts with
the Union PaciGc Railroad Company. Nearly the whole amount of bonds to which the
Company Will be entitled have already been delivered.

FIRST

MORTGAGE

chased and enameled watch¬

$15 and $\!0 each. Also,
hunting-case silver watches,

es,

American and Swiss move¬
ments. Fifty styles of Oroide

chains, from $2to $8. Gents*'

pins, sleeve-buttons, collar
studs, «fce, ladies’ sets in grea t
variety, from $3 to $8.
E2r* Good, active

By its charter the Company is permitted to issue its own FIRST MORTGAGE
same amount as the Government Bond-; and no more.
These Bonds
a First Mortgage
equipments.
upon the entire road and all its
THEY HAVE THIRTY YEARS TO RUN, AT SIX PER CENT; and both

BONDS to the
are

large variety of beautifully-

BONDS

PAR.

AT

agents

wanted. Send two red stamps
for circular.
All goods cat*
be paid for on delivery. Cus¬
tomers allowed to examine
betore paying. To any one
ordering six watches at one time we will send un.ex
ra watch free.
Address

JAM.

GERARD A* CO., Sole Agents,
STREET, NEW YORK CITY.

85 NASSAU

Safes For Sale

PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST ARE PAYA8.E IN GOLD.
AT

Such securities

equal in appearance and
gold cases. Also, a

wear to

not, the Government will

or

$20

These watches have a world¬
wide reputation, are In hunt¬

a

other companies

STREET

Genuine Oroide Watches
ERSS&&12

donation from the Government of 12,800 aces of land per mile, the Com¬
pany isentided to a subsidy in United States Bonds on its line as completed and accepted
at the average rate of about $26,500
per mile, according to the difficulties encountered,
for which the Government takes a second lien as security.
Whether subsidies are given
to any

rOUSTON

THE ONLY

267 MILES REMAIN
To

AND

NEW YORK.

generally valuable in proportion to the length of time they have
to run. The longest six per cent gold interest bonds of the U. S. (the ’81’s) will be due
in 12 years, and they are worth 112.
If they had 30 yeais to ruu, they would stand at
not less than 125.
A perfectly safe First Mortgage Bond like the Union Pacific should
approach this rate. The demand for European investment is already considerable, and
on
the completion of the work will doubtless carry the price to a large premium.
are

SECURITY OF THE BONDS.

A

VERY

LOW

PR

CE.

The advertiser having taken in trade two Fire anil

Buiglar Proof Safes will sell them for Cash much be
low cost. The Safes are perfectly new, never having
been removed from the store of the manufacturer
and are oi the best make and patent. Address

“SAFE,” P.O. Box 5.G50.

FIRE 1

LARGE

Brooklyn, May 15,1866

It needs

argument to show that a First Mortgage of $20,500 per mile upon what
for a long time must be the only railroad connecting the Atlantic and Pacific States is
The entire amount of the mortgage will be abo it $30,000,000, and
perfectly secure.
the interest $1,800,000 per annum in gold.
The present currency cost of thi3 interest is
less than $2,500,000 per annum, while the gross earnings for the year 1868, FROM WAY
BUSINESS only,on AN AVERAGE OF LESS THAN 700 MILES OF ROAD IN
OIVRATION, WERE MORE THAN
no

Messrs. Masvin & Co., New York,

Gentlemen,—Our planing mill, with Fifty Thousand
was destroyed by lire last night, and
happy to say your Alum and Dry Plaster Safe

feet of lumber
we are

preserved our books, papers, and money in excellent
order.
We want another and larger one, and will call oa
you as soon as we have time.
Yours truly,
SHEARMAN DUOS.
This Safe was red hot for several
iron feet were

FIVE MILLION DOLLARS.

It

can

hours, and the

ca

actually melted.

be seen at our store. NO. .265

BROADWAY.]

PERFECT

The details of which
From
“

“
“

are as

follows

:

..$1,024,005 97
2,040,283 19
51,4 28 08

Passengers
Freight
Express

186,235 59
91,626 27

Mails.
Miscellaneous

“
“

Government
“

4‘

Contractors’

“

449,440 88

material

Total

Marvin

201,179 19
968,480 82

men

“

“

104,077 77

troops
freight.
•

Chrome Iron

Spherical

$5,066,651 61

...

s

large amount is only an indication of the immense traffic that must go over the
through line in a few months, when the great tide of Pacific coast travel and trade will
becr'in^ It is estimated that this bnaim ss must make the earnings of the road Irorn FIF¬
TEEN TO TWENTY MILLIONS A YEAR.
This

As the supply of these Bonds will soon c ase,
will find it lor their interest to do so at once. The
interest from January 1, in currency.

parties who desire to invest in them

price for t'ie present is par and accrued

Subscriptions will be received in New York
At the

Burglar Safe

Company’s Office, No. 20 Nassau Street

Will resist

And

■Bonds

Please send tor Catalogue.

Marvin

59 Wall Street

free, but parties

United Statei.
subscribing through local agents, toill look to them for their

No. 721 Chestnut st,
No.

safe delivery.
A NEW PAMPHLET

AND MAP

progress of the work to that date,
the bonds than can be given in an
the Company’s offices or to any of

and

was

a mow




Co.,

108 Bank

Philadelphia.

st, C leveland, Ohio.

sale by our agents in the principal
thro uni r
UxP-ta Sta

issued October 1st, containing a report of the

complete statement in relation to the value of
application at

title

Hebbard, Strong & Co.,

advertisement, which will be sent free on

the advertised agents.

JOHN,sJ. OISOO, Treasurer
January 20th, 1869.

&

PRINCIPAL WAREHOUSES
No. 265 Broadway, New York.

by the Company's advertised agents throughout the

sent

Implements for any length©
time.

AND BY

John J. Cisco & Son, Bankers, No.

11 Burglar

New York.

SI I. V BB SMITHS.
V

f

NO. 17 JOHN STRKJRT,

24

THE CHRONICLE.
Iron and Railroad

Dry JGoods.

Brand &

110 DUANE STREET.

.

IRISH A SCOTCH LINEN GOODS,

NEW

YORK,

CAST STEEL

Cast Steel

P1IILA.,
SOS So. 4th stree

RAILS,

69 & 71

NAYLOR,

Ac C,

BURLAPS, BAGGING,

who

FLAXSAIL DUCK,AC

Townsend & Yale,

weU

as

Old Rails, Scrap

All

tlie

approved
Scotch

Glastenbnry Knitting Co.

No. Ci

BALDWIN

FANCY

British Dress Goods,
VELVETEENS,

Alpacas and Gingham*, A c.,
STREET,

LIspenard.

Pascal Iron

Work*, Philadelphia.

15 GOLD

NEW

YORK

Wright & Co.,
MERCHANTS,

Cotton, Flour, Grain and Provisions.
NO. 27 MAIN S r., CINCINNATI, O.

Broadway,

Manufacturers of

SWEDISH

1 beg to announce that I have tills day entered into
contract with Messrs. W. Jessup & Sons, of Sheffield
for the whole Annual Make of the above Iron, which
in future, will he stamped

And to which I
trade.

W.

Kerosene Oil Burners

CARL EMANUEL DE GEER, Proprietor.
SONS, in referring to the above
notice, beg to inform dealers in, and consumers ot,
Iron and Steel, that they are prepared to receive orders
for this Iron, and for Blister and Extra Cast Steel
made from the Iron, at their establishments, Nos.
91 &
93 John Street, New York, and Nos. 133 & 135 Fed¬
eral Street, Boston.
WM. JESSOP &

MEDITERRANEAN

GOODS.

WHARF, BOSTON.

Wools of every

descriptions.

“

Gums

**

Opium and Persian Berries.
Canary and Hemp Seed,

Figs, Raisins, Boxwood,
otto Roses, fto

Christy

Photographic Goods.
N#. 4 Beekman street ft 36 Park Row, New
Yobk,

Manufactory Wat«hbuby Ct.

Wm. D.

McGowan,

IRON BROKER.

7 3

WATER ST.,

PITTSBURGH, PA.

Gilead A.

Davis,

»

Bartholomew

House,

(OPPOSITE BANK OF ENGLAND,)
RAILROAD IRON,
OLD RAILS,
BESSEMER

RAILS, AC.

RAILWAY SECU
RITIES NEGOTIATED.

U. S. BONDS AND AMERICAN

Consignments solicited on the usual terms of an
staples.

the

Special Counting and Reception Rooms available lor
Americans in London with the facilities usually found

tthe Continental Bankers.

Bunting

Brothers,

BROKERS IN METALS,

112

JOHN

STREET.

COPPER, TIN, LEAD, SPELTER, RAILROAD IRON
PIG IRON, IRON ORES, &C., &C.,

Tiios. H. Bate &

Co.,

DR1LLED-EYED

NEEDLES,

Flak Hooks and

BROKER

No. 58, BROAD WAY, NEW
Cor. .of

Smith,

MANUFACTURERS OF

WOOL

No. ll Old

of

IRON.

IRON.

IRON.

London, E. C.

YORK,

Flaking: Tackle.
NO. 7 WARREN STREET, NEAR BROADWAY,
NEW YORK.

Exchange Place.

John Dwight & Co.,

Trimmings,
Description

Hopkins & Co.,

69 A 71 Broadway. New York.

JESSOP & SONS.

request the special attention of the

BRASS,

Gilt, Lasting, Brocade, and Fancy Dress Buttons,




DANNE-

PURCHASING

GERHAN SILVER PLATED
METAL,
BRASS BUTT HINGES,

FAnd Lamp

S. W.

NOTICE TO THE CONSUMERS OF THE

r

Mnfg. Company,

STREET,

for execHtlon at a fixed price In Sterling or on com¬
mission at the current market price abroad when the
order is received In London; shipments to be made
at stated periods to ports In America and at the low¬
est possible rates of freights. Address

Liquorice Stick* and Paste.

UNSURPASSED FOR STRENGTH AND RAPIDITY
OF ADJUSTMENT.

HOUSE,

68 OLD BROAD

Offer for sale

Baling Cotton.

And Importers and Dealers in every

LONDON
*

WAREHOUSES:

J. SCHNITZER,

BEARD’S PATENT IRON LOOK AND
SSLF-ADJUSTING TIES,

SHEET

the New Ralls.
Orders for Foreign Ralls, both Steel and Iron, will
he taken for transmission by Mail or through the cable
to our

'

S3 CENTRAL

Scovill

fnrnlshed, receiving the difference In cash, and allow¬
ing the highest market price for their Old Ralls, and,
If necessary, receiving the latter after the delivery ol

Leufsta, In Sweden, 29th April. 1867.

FOR EXPORT AND DOMESTIC USE.

-

monthly or yearly requirements of STEEL OR IRON
RAILS, taking their

YORK

MANUFACTURERS OF CORDAGE

RRO., 457

approved lengths. Contracts for both IRON AND
STEEL RAILS will be made payable In United States
currency for America, and In either currency or gold
(at the option of the buyer) lor Foreign ; wlieu desir¬
ed, we will contract to supply roadB with their

STREET, NEW YORK.

a

Henry Lawrence & Sons,

BEARD A

T. PARKY

Manufacturers of Wrought Iron Tubes, Lap Welded
Boiler Flues, Gas Works Castings and Street

LEUFSTA,

For

CIIA9

MORA IRON.

GOODS, PEKFUMKICY, AC.

COMMISSION

Co.,

Morris, Tasker & Co.,

GENUINE

Indigo, Corks, Sponges,

1M FRONT STREET, NEW

&

GEO. BURVIUM.

OFFICE AND

DRUGS,

Gano,

WORKS.

Mains, Artesian Well Pipes and Tools,
Gas and Steam Fitters’ Tools, &c.

Importers and Jobbers of

STREET,

Baird

MATTHEW BAIRD.

W.H. SchiefFelin & Co.,

WILLIAM

LOCOMOTIVE

PHILADELPHIA.

Miscellaneous,

172

Rails,

of American and Foreign manufacture, rolled to any
desired pattern and weight for llnial yard and of

All work accurately fitted to gauges and thorough
ly interchangeable. Plan, Material, Workmanship,
Finish, and Eiliciency iully guaranteed.

IMPORTERS OF

170 AND

1

Company.

N. B. FA LCO N ER&CO

FANCY

Bessemer Steel

Rowling Green, New York.

M.

Between Walker and

We are always !n a position to ftirnlsh all sires, pat¬
terns and weight of rail lor both steam and horre
roads, and In any quantities desired either for IMME¬
DIATE OR REMOTE delivery, at anv port In the
United States or Canada and always at the very lowest
current market prices.
We are also prepared to sup¬

OLD RAILS IN TRADE FOR NEW

Cayndutta Glove Works.

CHURCH

Brand* of No.
Pig Iron,

all descriptions of

ply

YARD, ON DOCK, AND TO ARRIVE.
In lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
HENDERSON BROTHERS,

Wlnlkrop Knitting Co.

217

STREET,

IN

Pennsylvania Knitting Co.

superior facilities for executing

Railroad Iron.

SCOTCH PIG IRON.

Bristol Woolen HnDg Co.

Managers of Rail¬

ami Contractors threughout the United States
Canada to our

orders at manufacturers prices, for
both AMERICAN and FOREIGN

Iron and Metals.

Hosiery HUlls,

Companies.

We beg to call the attention of

ways

COT,

&

153 PEARL

Blackstone Knitting Hills.

NO.

BROAD STREET,

To Railroad
ana

Iron and Metals.

EVANS

rteyatone Knitting Hills*

VELVETS,

CO.,

Railroad Iron,
as

STREET*

A

Street,

give special attention to orders for

liiwrence Manf’g Co,

Umbrella

OLD

LONDON.

Agentsfor

AND

NE W YORK.
5S

:

B E N X O N

34 Old Broad

STAPLE

BROADWAY,

CAST STEEL TYRES,

Railway Use.

LINENS,

Tape

Hopkins & Co.,

COMMISSION MERCHANTS.

HOUSE IN LONDON

WILLIAM GIIION & SONS’

Bronx

S. W.

Frogs, and all other Steel Material for

Agents for the sale ol

Germantown

ESTABLISHED 1856.

BOSTON,

,

Jobbing and Clothing Trade

Iron and Railroad Materials.

CO.,

SO State street.

99 John street.

-

In full assortment for the

Its 08 A 9* FRANKLIN

Materials.

NAYLOR &

Giiion,

Importers A Commission Merckanta-

WHITE

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Slip, New York,

MANUFACTURERS OF

SALJERATUS,
SUP €ARB.

SODA,
AND SAL SODA.

AGENTS FOR

HORSFORB’S CREAM TARTAR.

Iron Cotton
The undersigned, Sole Agents
ale and distribution of the

Ties.

in New York, for the

IRON TIE AND SELF-FASTENING
WROUGHT IKON BUCKLE TIES,
Manufactured by J. J.

MoCOMB, Liverpool,
tully solicit orders for delivery in New York
Dorts in the United

States, or at Liverpool.

respector other

SWENSON, PERKINS A CO..
80

BEAVER STREET.


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