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I

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPEll,
REPRESENTING THE INDUSTRIAI. AND .COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

VOL.

iNEW YORK. JANUARY

12.

laverttaements irin be Inserted at the foUovIng
eacb lasertlon
:

ordered !>» than 4 tlmea.
1 Ume.iorinoie
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•
9

I

*
K

"
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"

U
W

13

Ha

e

Removed

their

8

CO.,

Banking

Offloe to

STREET,

U

measoretL In agate type.

lines to the

'ncn.

Advertisements will bare a favorable place when
but no promise of continuous insertion in
Che best place can be crtven, asall advertisers must
have equal opportanitles.

as Bankers and Brokers they con Inne the
business of dealing In

Dodge,Kimball

COMMKKCiAL

I

DANA

"WSt. B.

79

i

CO.,
PUBLisHKBS,
N. T.

81 TVllllftm St.,

M Wall

&

James T. Brady
(Sni cessors to 8.

JONES

ft

PITTSBURGH,
Buy and

K.

JODSON

Baakers ,
UawlZV,
No. 50 WALL

STREET,

New

York.

be checked for at slghr.

Taussig, Fisher

&

Co.,

BANKKHS AND BKOKEBS,
No. 33 Broad Street, New York.
ALIi

CO

and promptly remitted

rcil at

Buys and

Sells,

NEW TORK,

Loans Negotiated and Investments made on Favorable Terms. Orders for stocus aiirt Gold carelUlly
executed at t'je Regalur Board;). Prompt attentluu
glveu LO every bntncU ol me business.

Gold, State, Federal,
Securities.

and Railroad

8

WALL STBKKT, NEW TOBK.

*f ''•,°^'"''»'' Letters of
aru of Snrope. etc., etc.

Credit for Travellers In all

Uxchanxe on

for. In

Paris,

^'^c'Lt'"'

Mississippi Valley

XTsw Terk Ex-

A. C. KACPIVAIV,

BAMC£S AMD

BilOESB,

W. N. WORTHINGTON,
MCMBSB
SXOBAHes,
BANKER ANI» BROKR,^.
V. T.

8

"'-ifre^.iu'^."'- ^•^lcr.K:iTn"t*-

IN

CharlaatoB, 8. 0.

Co.,

Bank,

A BANK UF DISCOHNT AND DEPOSIT

VICKSBtJRG, MISS.

C*. T, C«rr««poudeat:— Bank of U>a ilauhatUn Co.

;

also in the

may b

Bailey,

S.

STREET,

TI'AI.I.
Buys anfl

fSflls
;
also,
Socarttles.

" SPECIACTi:"

Cash paid at once lor ho above Securltlea or they
on comm jtioo, at sailers option.
(

;

will be sold

Evans, Wharton

&

Co.,

BROAU STHEET, NEW VORK.

Collections promptly
made. Stocics, Bonds and Gold bought and Sold on
Commission.

Kbhtos ox,
j
> General
D>viu,Dkkw,
Wx. B-HuTOBtusON,) i-actners. (special Partner.
<

Made and promptly remitted
change by

&

:Lli

Interest allowed on Daposlu.

SOUTH CAROLINA,

SCJRIVE, PAKI8,

John Munroe

WO

Insurance Stocks and Scrips

5

Collections

MUNROE & Co.,
AiBERICAN BANKERS,
RUB

a&

BANKERS AND BROKERS,

on favorable terms, ON ALL AC0KS8IBLE POINTS
and promi'tly execute orders for .be purchase
or sale

1

Current Accounts received on sach terms as
agreed upon.

Market Kates

of

01''

Baiiklug Business.

collections

NO.

ISSUE ClBOnLAR NOTES AND ClRCtJLAB
andnajable In all tita

Culled States, Canada and Weat Indies.

Bank Stocks and other

on CommiSBion.

TraniactB a General

& Co.,

New York Citj,

St.,

Letiers or Credit available

PRINCIPAL cITiE -

65

UNITED STATES SECURITIES,

NO. 7

No. 11 Naaaan

lor,

Commercial Paper, Sterllns Oxchance,
GoTerumeot Secarlttes, &c«, ^tc.

Soilcli aci ouiits irom .MI'.liCH ANTS, BAN KEB-i
and others, and ai.ow interest on daily balanCi-b, subject toSlKht ijralt.

Make

Duncan, Sherman

E.
STB££T,

bTREET, N. Y.

4,a)8.

G. Chittick,

No. 35 WAI.I.

And

Box

in

Teleffraohi: Transfers of Money to and f^om London, Paris, :3an Frauclsco, Havana, &c.

PA.

kinds of Railroad, City and other

sell all

W.

Government !;ecuriile8. Stocks, Bonds. Gold, Exchaiive and Mercantile Piper bonjfiit ai,d t>oia (>N
COMMlticiON, luierest aiiowed i>n deposits, wblcn

Buy and

P. O.

Hawley & Co.

Alfbkd W. BAKTLirr,

miy

Co.,

securities*.

Collections solicited

E. Judson

And dealers

Execute ordfrj at the stock and Oold Boards, Buy
and Sell at their connter American Cold and Sliver
Recelv.' Depos ts of uo}<i and Currency and allow
Interest on same.
Negotiate loans and make advances, &c.
Special Agents for Railway Compailes.

Stb page.

Bankers and Brokers,

& Moore

OOVERNinBNT SECI7RITIES,

A.

1S^ For termii of Subacrlptlon see

Co.

Exchange.

branches, and

regular bnalnt^ss.
8. It is preserved on file by subscribers, and thus
pos^e^ses a (freai advantsKS for advertisers, over those
pubilcatlous which are habitually thrown aaUe after
perusal.

ic

BANKERS,
STOCK AND OOLD BROKERS,

Advantases.
FIVAVi lAL an

ooke

a

Bonds, Stocks, Gold and

1. TheCHROJJrrLi' his mucii the largest circuiatlon of any tlnanfrlal publication is^ue..
2. Its circulation extends to business mci In BOTH

also 10 a very nutnerousciasi* ot r-'tir-'-d merchants,
moneyed men and Investors, who are not eaga;j;ed In

KBW TOKK.

Oovcmments. Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Sterling, and
Loans negotiated STKICT'LT on Commission

Whare

first pnt In,

the

Co., Philadelphia.)

Retermce— Mcasra. Jay

attoved.
Is

&

JAtTNCJT OOUBT.

wftrilt, a

Space

H. Welling,

Charles

(Formerly, Welling:, Coffin

Broker lu nerc-antlln Paper,
89 WALL BTUEKT,

NO. 11 WALI.

the alTertljeme"* oseuples one coluinn or npdiscount of 15 per cent on these rates will be

IJ

Bauktiri aad Brokers.

cents perltna.

16

"
"
"

18

'

•

"X)

TANNER &

NO. 289

1871.

Barkers and B<> kars.

^bocrtT0cment0
price'* per line for

7,

NEW

STOOS

STKSBT,

NEW

YORK.

HoRnOz Maxdel,

Kenyon

&

Cox

BANKERS

Sc

n WALL

Co.,

BROKERS,

STREET.

Ooveramont Secorities, Stoou, nonds aad Sold
bought aad sold on commission.

LoCKWOOD

&

Co.,

BANKERS,

«4 BROAD WAV.
Transaet a General Bianklng bnaincas, ineludlnic the p«rM>Bao aaid sale
Baiauues.
of dovernmcut and state Bauds. RailSoathera Secnrlnea bav* vapeelal
road Stocks and Bondis. aud otka
Hitouuon.
CoUeottona mad* on all boutharo Points.
••eorltles, «n commission.

Particular attention paid to the purchase and sale ot

Stocks, Bonds, Uold aud ExcuuiiKe,
DEPOSITS RECEITBO SUBJECT TO SIGHT DRAFT
And Four Per Cent Interest allowed on Daily

;

^
BROKER,
Goverument Honds, Exchange,
In
Gold and Stock*,
Ko. 44 EXCHANGE PLACE,

T. Stock Exchango.

H. C. Hardy & Son,
BKOKBRS,
MO.

&

Tienken,
BANKERS AND B B O K K B S,
15

WALL

8TBKET,

J. M.

And

JOHS H. TIKSKXN,
nrTTT
fiimbenot the N. Y. Stock and Oold Exchangei.
Secarltles
Stock!. Bond!, Gold rimTGovemment

Wn n
"

F?reuu GoW-and

Silver Coin,

and

No.

Iitue Cerlillcates ol Deposit.
.,.„,.„
Interest allowed on cnrrent dally palances.
CollecUons made on all parts of the United States

S

BANKERS.
IN »(Jni8

W.

B.

TO sriT

W.

O.

W. H. roSTHIl

SHBLDON.

Box

&

.M.

&

WILLIAM STREET,

CIRCULAR NOTES,
(issued

WALL

7

A'

&

and

Co.,

8TREE1', N. Y.

CANADAS.

53 Wall Street.
at slgl
sight,

New York.

OOVERNMENT.bTAXJt AMDdAlLUOADSECU.

Dickinson,

BANEERS

ON

BROAD STREET,
Kew York.

. STOUT, Presldant Nat. Shoe and Leather Bauk.
Bank
DlCKISfUN.late President Tenth Nat.

J. B.

Principals only Dealt with.
WM. SINCLAIR, Jr.. & Co., No. 8 Pine Street.

JAS.

K. DKHviKSON, Member of N. T. Stock >! d
^•Id Exchange.
-i> <.< rMQKlNBON Member ol N. T. Stock
&

& Higginson,
BROKERS
IN

Government Securities, Stocks, State
and Railroad Ronds,
NO. 8 BROAD STREET,
Sell

W. TUOKEK
Rue

Scribe, Paris

Co.

BAN

&.

CO*,;

"

K E R

S

.

Issue Letters oi Credit.
Draw Bills on Paris.
Buy and Sell iionds and Stocks in

Agency OF the
RRITI8B
BANK OFAMERICA, NORTH
17

Chase

&

London, Paris
and Frankfort and negotiate Loans on same.

niORTGAGES PROMPTLY CASHED.

Buy and

Oovernment Seeurltles, Gold, Stock and Bonds
bought and sold on rommlBsion. Accounts received
and lnt« est allawci on balaacea, which may be
2he^ad for at sight same as at tiank.
A,

Tucker, Andrews

and Interest allowed thereon at

Money to Loan

received subject to check at sight.

Co.

SOUTH STREKT, NEW YOKE.

52 Wall Street,

made throughout the United States, the
and Europe.
Governments Securities bought and sold.

8 Wall Street, New York,
Transact a (jKNBRAL hankino Bcsikbbs, and give
Bartlcnar attention to the PURCHASE ANl) SALE

PL4TT

86

CollGctlone

Bankers and Brokers,

&

Tapscott, Bros.

CredlM on W, TAPSCOTT * CO., Liverpool. Ad
7ance8 made on consignments. Orders for Govern
ment Stocks, Bonds and Merchandize executed.

DE8IB&BLE REAL ESTATE.

C«r. Bzehacge Place,

LONDON.

>OUR PER CENT per annnm.

Co.,

the world on

Issue Sight Drafts and Exchange payable In all
parts of Great Britain and Ireland.

Deposits received from Danka and ludlvlduals, sub

check

all parts of

BROKERS,

Kountze Brothers,
tect to

In

letters of

ALSO,

British Provinces

Exchange on Paris and the Union Bank ol London,
sums to suit.
SnbMrlptlon agents for the Cbbobiolb in Farts.

Commission) and

MORTON, ROSE & COW

BANKING HOISE OF

Co.,

N. Y.,

free oi

TRAVELLERS,:

Oredlta for Trarelers In Europe,

Cammann &

and paid

Credit fo>

Sontbern Secnritles.

ISSVb;

Co.,

ISSUE

Special attention given to

PARIS, LONDON, BOSTON,

&

Co., Morton, Bliss

3,328.

Bowles Brothers

S5

parts ot the Torld

all

York Stock Exchange.

Vincent

STATES

Government Securities, Stocks, Bonds, Gold and
Mlver Coin bonght and Sold.
SpecUl attenQoB given to Merchants orders for

Stout

Available In

Available in

BANKERS

WALL STREET, NEW YORE.

&

Liverpool.

isauB

STOCKS, BONDS and OOLD bought and sold on
COMMISSION ONL?,
CULLEcnONS made on all parts ot the UNITED

R. L. Edwards,

^^DaposlU

Gnlon & Co.

Co.,

London.

Commercial and Travelers Credits

CONOVER,

BANKER AND BROKER,

•r

A

Alex. S. Petrle

COIfiniERCIAL CREDITS,

I

BITIES.

other Produce to Ourselves or Cor-

respondents.

J. P. WILLIAMS,
Member of the

A. DENIS'N WILLIAMS.
Member of the
N. York Stock Exchang

»»r and sell GoverMnont, State, Railroad and other
aaalra'ile secarltles, niuldng liberal advances on
•ame. allow intereHt on depoBlts, deal ]u commercial
others Letters of Cre
Saper, rarnlsb to travellers and
current In the principal citlea In Europe.

19

ADVANCfe Made UPON CONSIGNMENTS OF

COTTON, and

Stocks and Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.

BANKERS,

P. O.

Country Bankers can be supplied with Bills of Ex
change, in large or small amounts, on the principal
cities of KuroV'C, also wlih Tickets for Passat'e from,
or to. Europe, bv the GUION LIXlc of Mail steamers

New York.

Wall Street.

45

parU of Europe.

No. 10 Wall Street.

38

also Cable transfers.

STOCK BROKERS,

LeonardjSheldon&Foster

NO.

ISSUED, available In all parts of Buropo, &c. BILLS
OF EXCHANGE drawn In sums to suit purchasers

Co.,

A. D. Williams

Letters of «'redlt for rraTelere,

LaOHABO.

63 W^all street. New York.
TRAVELLERS ano COMMERCIAL CREDITS

^^

Stocks, Boids, Gold, Government Securltlea, *o.
tc, bouifht a.id Sold on Commission. InterestaU"^
ed on deposits.

Saxoori

the principal clUes o[ Germany, Swltierland
England, Franco. Sweden, Norway. Holland. Belglum, Russia, Italy, Spain, Denmark, &c.
available In all

Williams&Guion,

EXCHANGE COURT, EXCHANGE PLACE.
New ¥ork.

all

Inue

and Oold

85BRUHL.

ST.

DRAW

State

Brown Brothers & Co.,
Theodore Berdell,
NO. £9 WALL STREET,
BANKER & STOCK BROKER,

Knauth, Nachod&Kuhne
AND

New York

and

subject to sight Draft.

aAd Europe.

BRJAD

BIIS-

STREET.

6c

COMMHECIAL PAPER.

Sell Massachussetts

Government Securities Stocks Bonds
>oaght and sold strictly on Conun'ssioD.

SeOrdera for Purchase and Sale of United Stites
Gold, Promptly
curities, stocks. Bonds and American
executed at the usual Commission.
Sir Interest, Four Per Cent, allowed on Deposits,

Gold and

Securities, Stocks, Bonds,

liClpzig,

NEW

Sterling Credits,

IN

Stocics.

BANKERS,
8TBEBT, NEW YORK.
WALL

ai

Foreign Bxchange.

New York,

9

Caldwell

Co.,

BANKERS.
VU 6« BBOADWAT,
Uuvoruuent

SOUTHERN A J D

Loans Nesotlatod.

6c

Arentb,

IN

Gold and

fine

&

Bay and

Late J.M. Welth&Co.,

DEALERS

SLlrnr Bars, constantly on hand.
InMreai allowed on Deposits..

James C. King

O"" A'"'"'

M. Weith

J.

NEW TOKK.

Co.,

BXCHANGE ON LOMJON.
DEALEK8

WEITH.

&

STiTE 8TRKET, BOSTON

88

negotiation of
Particular attention given to the
°c'eSa?f»2l'.^^''B"ordrand Stocks a spe-

dalty.

Duff

Bills.

52 Wall Street. Newr York.
ABD

NEW TOBK. "g'ZJ SSd"

WALL STREET.

4

1871.

7,

Blake Brothers

John Pondir,

^'"u»m^"^- Stock * Gold Exchange.

BARKRBS &

Foreign

Bankers and Brokers.

Baokers and Brokers.
'""•"^iitSr"-.

[January

CftilONJCLB.

tiBLE

NASSAU STREET.

Commercial Credits Issued for use la Europe, China
Japan, the t ast and West Indies, and South America.
Demand and Tlnae Bills of Exchange, payable in
London and elsewhere bought and sold at curren
rates, also cable Transfers.

Demand Drafts on Scotland and Ireland, also "on
Canada, British Columbia and San Fr:tnclsco. Bills
collected, and other Kanklns business transacted.

ABCH. McKU/lAY, I **""'•

on Commission the Bonds of the following Railroads

CHICAG V BUKLINGTON AND QUINCY RAIL.
R')Al> AND ITS BKANCH8S-8 per cent.
BUBI.UWiTON AND MISSOURI RIVER RAILROAD
flN lOWAl-S per cent.
BURLINGTON AND MtSSOURI RIVER RAILROAD
(IN

M. K. Jesup

NKBRAfeKA)-8 per cent.

13

KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH AND COUNCIL
BLUFFS RAlLROAD-3 and 10 per cent.
MISSOURI RIVER, FuRT SOOTT AND GDLF RAIL.
BOAD-10

per cent.

&

Company,

BANKERS AND MERCHANTS,
PINE STREET,

Neaotlatr

Bonds and Loans

for

Railroad Cos.,

Contract for

LEAVENWORTH. LAWRENCE AND GALVESTON
Iron or Steel Ralls, IiOComotlTes,
RAILROAU-W per cent.
Cars, etc.
rOHT WATNE, JACKSON AND SAGINAW KAIL- and undertake
B( IAD-6 per cent.
allbaslneas connected ^vltb Ballw^ay

^^

)

January

Second National Bank, Edward C. Anderson,

& Go.,

Page, Richardson

riTirSVlLLE, PUNN.,
«aoO,0€U

.....

HANKKUS,
7U Mtate ettre«t, Uoaton.

Capital

BUli or Kzchanxe, and Cuuimorclal and TraYel«n

Jepqslted with

Cradlta laauod uu

Oliv i(..uk,

AMD

A

Robert Bounon

I

VtONaON.

0.

Co.,

muuros

it

Co.

4c Co., )
Clroular ^'ote> available for Trarelera In all parti of
Kurupe aati tlie Kaat.

&

Parker

IT. S. Treasurer to secure Clroulatlon
and UupoBlU 5UU,000,

CUAS.

Cashier.

HTOE

Commission

Prest.

n St. Louis.

I

ESTABLISHED
Capital paid In

Cobb,

36

Oo1d'*B?2?i?."°n,5!H"'

1837.

W. Wheatley &
BANKERS

J.

AND

Co.,

ISO West Main Strijel, Louisville, Ky., dealers In
rorelirn and Domestic Ex(:han;;e, Government Bonds
and all Local Securities. Give prompt attention to
collectlous and orders for Investment of fands.

BEJamisoi^&Co.

W. M.

BANKEU9,

PHII.ADEI.PHIA.

Hewson,

F.

ACo"

^"'^ Correepondonte

E. E. BuEBtrsa, Pree't.

First

WILniNGTON,
made on

Office No. 21 West Third street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Refer to: All Cincinnati Banks, and Messrs. LOCK.
WOOD A Co., New York.

& Gc,

W. H. WiLLABD,

CHARLESTON,

eOVERNRIENr BONDS.

In Soutta Carolina

point! and remitted lor

on day

ol

at

for.

BOLKM.

L.

iI,ZX.

II-OR8AI.8

&

Chicago,

M.

MCKERSON,

8. C.

<.

James Isbkll.

Son,

New York Correspondent .—HOWES & MACY.

The City Bank

stock and Bond Brokers,
NO. 323 NORTH THIRD STREET
SAINT LOUIS MO.

OF

SELltlA.

.....

Capital

tluCOOO

J AS. ISBELL, of Talladega, President.

WM.

P.

AR.MSTRONG,

JNo. W. LOVE.

Co.,

Cashier.
Assistant Cashier.

BANKERS,
ntj in Financial

UUHlness

T.

and Tmst

INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS

EUFACLA, ALABAIDA.

Strong Vaalta for Safe Deposits.
fresldetit.
L. DAVIS.

EXCHANGE, BANK NOTES AND COIN BODOHT

AND

Cashier

|

_|^D. W. C:THOMPSOjr.
Collections

Trustee* t

w2''(.i^v"-

IJ.

J. booth,

Cammluits

CI.

II.

L.

Wk. FowLia.

Deorlng.F. S. Won
DavU, 6. M. Plum,

60Li>.

all

New

Fowler
,

York,

'

acoesflble points In the

R. U.

&

BANKERS

NhW YORK CORRESPONDENT:
Plrsi National Baixk of

made on

goatbern Siatea.

H. IT. HalKht. John cnrrey, W. H, Sharp, J c
Johnwu, samnol Crinj.C. W. Hathaway, U. Barrol.
hat. J ... B» ;d M. RusuMbauin, J. o'
h.ldridgo, s.
Meydenf^ldl,

Perkins,

J.

BANKKH.

mONEY TO LOAN,

HENRY

Relets to Henry Clews

J

*

Co., sl Wall street,

N,T

SOHX^ETILLB.

&

L.

.

NO.

1J6

E. H. Levy,
BROKERS,
GBAVIER STREET.

Newr Orleans, La.
fJold

and Silver Coin,

State and City Notes,
Stale and City Warrants
I'nited Stairs Bon<;a.

Insurance Scrip,

Bank and Railroad Stocks,
Uocurrent Uank Notes,
Land Warrants,

Bongbt and Sold

Mutllal*«(i

Currency,

Lommerclal Paper,

ezcluslTeljr

mission.

on Com.

Particular attention p^ld to Settlement of State and
City Taxes.

N.Y. Correspondent-Importers and Traders National
Bank.

4U CALIFORNIA STREBT.SAN FRANCISCO.

Ak

Special attention to Colleetlons.
No charge for collecting city paper.

STATE OP ALABAITIA.

Samuel A. Gaylord & Go.

Dealers In ExohauKe,

SELMA, ALABAnA,

TALLADEGA, ALABAHIA,
Special attention to collections.

to

Trust

THOJK.FERCUSSON.

BANKERS,

Fresldeot First Nat. Bank.

California

MACON, GA.
and do a General Banking and
Brokerage Bnslness.

Collections,

R. H. ISBSLL.

&

IsBELL

Will make inreatmenta for Corporations, Estates and
In ilvldujU anil negotiate Keal Estate Loans, Comnierclal Paper, Kailroad isonda and blocks, aad other
SecnrlUca.

8.

Hazleliurst,

BANKER,

III.,

CHICAGO,

&

BANKERS AND BROKERS,

Macbeth,

CHARLESTON,

Key box

Co.,

FINANCIAL AGENTS
A.NDKEAL ESTATE LOAN BKUKERS,

Refer by permission. In

Gubbedge

XAOBITn.

STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.

King

Castleman,

REFER TO EAST RIVER NATIONAL BANK.

&

Holmes

OASTLBVAX

Governnient SecurlUes, Gold, Stocks, &c. Bonds
ol every description, bought and sold on commission

Make
SKO.

B.

stock Brokers and Real Eaiale Agents
COLUMBOB, GEO.

:

payment.

CHBCKS ON LONDON AND PARIS

Field,

BAWK8

W. V.

Cobbebpondsstts
Henry Cle»8* Co..
Kountze Brothers,
J. M. Welth & Areuls.

acceeelDH

all

le ftji-

made and promptly remitted

Naw York

COLLRCl'ION.S niADE

United EUlee.

President.
c. DrwET. Caahler
Blake Asst. Cashier.

Hawks &

C.

COLLECTIONS ON ALL ACCESSIBLE
POINTS

kinds

all

S.

Uncurreut Bank Notes. Bonds, Stocks, Snei
change, &c., &?., bought and sold.

CINCIMV ATI, OH lO.
and

Kaufman,

G.

BANKER AND BROKER,

110 Wcat Foartli Street,

MLVER

ol the

DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THK UNITED
8TA1E8 AND FINANCIAL AOENl'.
J. C.

A.

OealenlB UOI.O,

paru

ol

Bank,
N, C.

Raleigh National Bank
OF NORTH CAROLINA.

Western Bankers.

4c

A. K. Walkeb, Caekler,

National

Collections

Bryce

°

Southern Bankers.

108

Cotton purchased

- Meaen. Wm.

STOCK BIXOKER,

Transact a fceneral Bankloff and Exchange business
tnelndlDK f urciiase and Sale of StovKa, bonds, Odd
etc., on Cumiuisslon.

GiLMORE, DUNLAP

buslne>s.

made and-promp'ly "emitted

"or."

&

Co.,

BROKEIiS.

AnERICrs. GA.
Collections

BANKERS,

Beos. t

:

Do agenrral banking

Morton, Galt

'OjCOiisIgnmenls of Cotton.

New York Correspondenu Lawbenoe

...•3,410.30t>

tr boud*c

Philadelphia Bankers.

Merchant,

Savannah, Oa.

Collections promptly remitted for
orders solicited for the purchase 01 saies of
Prodoea
and Securities. Prompt ittenllor gnaranleed

This Bank, having rcorKaiilzoil as a National Bank
is-now prepared to do a general hanking buRhicss.
Oovernment SecurHlos, Coin, Oold Dnet a.id Bullion
bought and sold at current rates. Special attention
5Iven to collections throughout the West
AMIS H. BgiTTOH, Pres. Cbas. K. Didcsoi, V Prcs't
EowABD p. CoBiis Caebler

UKVONSHIUE STREET,
BOSTON,
Bajr aad iiell Weatern City and Codd*

BAKSEKS,

HTDE,

Jr.

BANKER, fACTOR AND

NATIONAL BANK OP THE STATK
OP raiSSUVRI.

I

ypARIS.

AMD

RIarouard. Audr*

Southern Banjcers.

Western Bankeri.

Boston Bankers.

rh«

ctiKON iCLk

'fkjb;

7, ItJTJ.j

&

Lancaster

Co.,

BANKERS AND STOCK AND EXCHANf.K BICOKMHS,
No. 1113

nalu

Street,

Richmond, Ta

BROWN, LANCASTER
No. 30

4c

CO.,

SOUTH STREET, BALTIMOHE, M ARTUJfU

LANCASTER,
No. i

BROWN &

CO,,

NASSAU STREET. NEW TORA

Davis

&

Frzret,

REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Sommtrville,
CHARLES
R^KT,
8S ST.

dc

BROKERS,

MONTOOMEKY, ALA,
Special attention given to porctaaie of Cotton.

Ne^

Orleans,

SI

Louisiana.

Prompt attention given to buying, selling andicas
ng of plantatlona and otber real estate, partac ot
••.-«
azei oeUsoUac rut*, sto.

!

;

[January

THErCHRONICLB.

New

BANKING UOVSB

Jay Cooke

«»K*tallUEtOD.

WALL

no. ag

W« mr.

*•"

STJiBKT,

Kxchaoge

•»"'

Sa»

Co.,

6c

«t

!

Profitable

at

Par and Accrued

mo»t Uboral «»«. »"

$I,OCO.

_S.,.K.

1

.„rt'

ar«n!,. 'ie'lng

to

a"re

allowing
I,)aN8. receive Deposits, subject to Check,
Bnsineas.
Interest, and transact a general Banking
I AT COOES * CO.

St

Railroad

arepa

mortgage on the great Midland
York, and their Issue la strictly

a first

New

miles, ot

which

progress

made

-able InOol-i-thetrin-

much

have been completed, and
grading the remainder.

220
in

RESOURCES OF THE COMPANY.
Jay
*°C?r*usU^underthe Mortgage are Messrs. PreThomson,
Cooke ofThll.delphla.and J r.dgar

St«ph»k«

Kallroad
tident'of the Penibylvania central

Opdtki

"rhMe

BANKING HOUSE OF

Northern f'»-lfl'i''^,B°'!''?J''"p"^g"cSST''

LVe f?r-"ne^!?m'=p^?;a
safety, these Bond,
'^?n''a'd'd'l''uon'°o XralJoS'Se

Co.,

Full-paid stock subscrip-

Com-

?'R^°Ar!{roV^' ?5,Tn"e'rc

&

ol

limited to $30,000 per mile of finished road, costing
about $40,000 per mile.
Entire length of road, US

S_tale8

free

Prln^Dal"rd inter

by

are secured

lSVSirVri"F«or'f|^e!^
Twenty-two
heAne more than Tir
each mlle of R(
,and
^^ci^^^^k^^E^i^^t-^: .he
from United
TiiVBonds"

yn NRGOllATK RAILROAD AND MUNICIPAL

Geo. Opdyke

SEVEV PER CENT GOLD BONDS

a First MortThese bonds are secured. FlBST, by

Bonds and Cold.

Wii. A.

THKSK FAVORITE

R.R. CO.

NORTHERN PACIFIC

,

Into Northern
5 M's can b? co.vertlug ihem
and
JnSeasetKel? pearly Incom. o.VK-THiaD,

srlll

about

tions,

-

-

$6,600,000

•

Subscriptions to converti-

600,000

ble Bonds, .
mortgage Bonds, $20,000
per mUe on 345 mUes -

?SHrit';^'^p;vsrns\^ri^g''ffiuMrs
PaclUc;,

NASSAU STREET,

MO. %S

&

$500

ICO,

or THE

sbucuuiuleof

O. FBASCiia

Co.

Interest the

Gold Bonds

L4.KK SIPKRIOK AND MISSISSIPPI
COMPAN 1 ana Mucute orderi lor pur

ssoaai Ototk*.

DENOMINATIONS OF

IN

I !

Bonds

Offer lor Sale
NEW JOBK FIRST MOBTGAOE tAND GRANT

Wd Bondiot

Stocks,

Permanent

! !

Cooke &

COVERNItlBNT BONDS.
K&ILBO&D

Midland

7-30 Gold i^oan.

Jay

Pblladelpbia and

N«w York,

Financial.

Financial.

Flnanoial.

1871.

7,

Total

Equal

.

-

.

6,900,000

$14,000,000

.

to $40,000 per mile.

"T,?t''^^:S'=f!U""Tffl^;:l'?o'Sr;;eareBt Bank or

(Corner of Cedar

street.)

K:n'i':Se^sL>d'&^is2?i'cV"^p??irs
lor lhese,c»ndo
to

received from Individuals, Firms, Banks
Bankers and Corporations, subject to check at
and Interest allowed at the rate of FoHB per

exchange stocks or other bonds

cent per annum.
„
tSRTlrtCATES OF DEPOSIT Issued, bearing FOTJ*
per cent Interest, p *yable on demand, or after
fixed dates.

COLLKCTlOJiS made on

ill

accessible points In the

United States, Canada and Europe. Dividends
and Coupons also collected, and all most promptly
accounted for.
^
^
for
ORDERS promptly executed, , the purchase and
sale of Oold also. Government and other Securities, on commission.
INFORMATION furnished, and purchases or ex-

S^i^ Sil^^eilja^-^pS^
ow
Z

at
wllTsend act Nonhern Pacific Bonds
For furSwnTlslTanJ without cosl to the investor.call o" or
?her li^forma.ron pamphlets, mapS, ic
Banks or
address the unJerslgned, or any of the
by
Baiiers employed tiTseU this Loan. For sale
aTul

;

.

JAY COOKE

dc

changes of Securities made for Investors.
01 Loans, and Foreign Kzchange

No.

eltected.

WALL

New

STKBi. T.
York, January

2, 1571.

&

JAY COOKE, Mcculloch &

Co.,

HANKERS,
H

Ho.

No.

WILLIAM STREET. NEW TOKK.

i

We

co.

LOMBARD STREKT. LONDON,

«l

ate prepared to purchase an^

I&t^reet allowed on Deposits subject to Sight Ural t

Advances maae on approved securities.

Special CacUltles foi negotiating Commercial Paper.
CoUectJ Misboth lul indand foreign promptlymade

COMMERCIAL < RUDI TS and ( IRCDLAIS LETTKRS
FOR THAVBlERS, ava'lable In all pans of
tire

world

Domeulc Loans Keeotlated

Foreign Lnd

To execute

&Co

James Robb,King
t(

all parts ol

Europe,

MONEY,

American Banking House In London.

etc.,

JAY COOKE

THBOueH Taa

CITY BANK, LONDON,

City

OB

of

dc

BONDS boagbt and sold on Commlseion.

Gibson, Casanova

Baltimore.

no.

Western Maryland Rail-

&

Co.

BANKERS'
M BXCHANOE PLACE.

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.
FOBBION RX0HAN6E and GOLD bought and sold

OD the most favorable terms.
IBTEKEST allowed on deposits either In Currency
or Gold.Bublect to check at sight, the same as wltn

ADVANCES made on all marketable securities.

CERTIFICATES 01 Deposit Issued bearing Interest
COLLECTIONS made at all points ot the UNION
BRITISH PROVINCES.

all

ALBXANDEB SMITH

CO.,

DKP08ITB

New

York.

aUowsd

U

GOVERNMENT and STATE SECURITIES, OOLD
ttAlLRDAD KOHDB, STOCKS, etc.. bought and
•

Sold on Commission.

ADVANCES made

Market
82

upon approved Securltlaa.

SoLLBCTIONB made, sod ioans MlfStli^

Bank,

Savings

NASSAU STREET,
New Yoke, Dec

Bonds ot
RAILC iMPANY havlnj SOvearato run. principal
and Interest gtlara' teed by the City ot Bahlmore
This endorsement having been auth .rizeu by an act
01 the Leg slature, and by rrdlna':e of the City Council, was suhmittf d to and ratified by an almost unanimous vote 01 the people. As an additional securitv
the city has provlued a sinking Fund of $200,000 lor

TNTER'^RT, 1871— Semi-annual
_

JPKR

CKNT

D\Y JANUARY
New
HsNBT
as

v. C.

iBt,

aud

11'

SIX

added to tbe Deposit .Account,
not withdrawn

Deposit-^.

a\ ill

bear Intertit

WM. VAN NAMli,

Prei.

Bltjmelin, Secretary,

BXBMBT

Barney,

1

187U.

16.

Interest will bn

January

31

at tbe rate of

Per Aiinum on all sums entitlPd
be_pald deposltoia on ad after M0>-

liereto will

market presentajtreaier jndn>-emeuta. These Bonds
are ffere at 87M and accrued interest. Coupons
payable January and July

Finance Committee

Co.,

NASSAU STREET.

NO. 25

oflTer

WILLIAM KRYSEB,
J 'HH K. LONG WELL
MOSES WISSKNFELD

&

George Opdyke

1

beat

President

For sale, or exchanged for Governments and other
current sectiritles, by

$1,300,000
the Ti'E-iTKKN MARYLAND

ROAH

,

vestors.

The und-rs gned Flna- cs Committee of the WEST-

through the American Exchange National uank

LITTLE JOHJt

.

N. Y.anil O. Midland Kallroad Co.
The very favorable exhibit presented in the foregoin g letter shows that this road, when finished, with
Its unequaled advantages for both local and through
bualness, must prove to be one ot the most profitable
lallroad enterprises in the United States, and that its
First Mortgage Bonds constitute one of the safest and
most invitlntt railroad securities ever offered to in-

Company.

ERN MARYLAND RAILK-JAH COMPANY
01 the

which leaves the net annual earnings $440,7^5 ( y,
is $S14,.'i55 03 In excess ot Interest of the bonds

I should add thst the earnings ftom passengers and
freight are steadily Increasing, and that, too, without
any through buslnrss to New York. Yours truly,

trie

racslvad and Intereat

Csrreot Rates.

which

iqnldatliin of tills debt at maturity. An exhibit
of the financial c ndltlon 01 the city shows tliat she
baa available and c nvcrtible assets more than sufflcli-nt to pay her entire Indebteclnei-s.
'I o
investors
looking for absolute securltj-, no loan off. red In his

BANKERS,

Ma. 40 Wall street.

in the latter part of November. The
best Inforn.ed on the subject estimate the quantity to
be transported the first yi ar at not less th in 250,000
tons, while ome esilnia e the quantity at 300,000 tons.
This will yield an income ot from $375,0CO to $450,0(«
from coal alone on that part of the road.
Taking the lowest of the->- estimates. It gives lor
the 147 miles a total annual earnings of $8M.61U04.
The total operating expenses will not exceed fifty per

CITY OF BALTimoRE

the City Banks.

WlLLliM

I'hi- earnings for the month ot October from all
ources were $43,708 17, equal to $534,510 04 per annum
on the 147 miles of road, viz.: Main Line from Sidney
to Oswego. 186 miles New Berlin Branch, 22 miles.
The road commenced to transport coal from Sidney,
under a contract with the Delaware and Hudson

KN0OB3BI> BY THK

STOCKS, BONDS,

for

November.

D. C

OF THB

road

im.

8

CO.

nessrs.HOTTINGUEB & CO., of Paris ^1,200,000 SIX PER CENT BONDS
Al*o COMMERCIAL CREDITS and DRAFIS on
LONDON, PAUIS, and SCOTLAND.
APTAlif S8 made on Conalgnmenu. STOCKS And

3,

Issued thereon.

Arid to transact any business pertaining to an

I*«n« Letters at Credit tor Traveller
Available In

OF,

YOBX, D«c.

a statem nt of the last month's earnings of the New
York and Oswego Midland Railroad. Is at hand. I
have not as yet received a report of the earnings for

cent.,

TRANSFERS

CAB UK

BANKERS,
WALL STREET,

orders In Securities,
TO MAKE

,

Nxw

Opdyke & Co., New York:
-Gentlemen: Your favor of the 1st Inst., asking

Messrs. George

Cana Company,

Becurltk-.H.

or Check.

be seen by the lollowlng letter ot the President
Company, is doing a profitable local bualness:

;

sell

STERLING EXCHANGE,

*D«alera In Bills of Exchange, Ooveruments, Bonder
stocks, Gold, Commercial Paper, and all Negotiable

will

j

OF
IH CONNBOTION WITH TBK HoVSK

SOUTTER

most thorough maoner.aud

01 the

CO.,

Philadelphia, N.w YcrK and Washington,
mpany.
Fiscal Agents .Soithern Pacific Railroad c.
By most National Banks, and by Brokers generally
throughout the country.

NKQ'nXAnONS

built In the

Is

liberal subscriptions to the Convertible Bonds
of the Company, added to its ether resources, give
the most encoursglng assurance of the early oompletlon of the roed. The portion already finished, as

The

DEPOSITS
sight,

The road

at the lowest attainable cost far cash.

O. H.

KlTMOIfD.

X. D.

Raymond &

rOSTKR.

Co.,

Banker* aud Brokers,
i

'

5

Wall Street,

LaU Pri.ESTON, BAlTiaOND

tc

Co.

.

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER,
REPRESENTING THE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES,

SATURDAY. JANUARY
CONTENTS.

VOL. 12

5

T'ne Debt Stutcnianl

Coarse

I

B

EinilDgs
The Incom t ax Again
DcDt St*t3ra'*nt for Janmrj*. 1871
Hfta :c of Qo vernmsiit Seciiriliefi,

6

Ciiplti lilni!

ol Stoclra for

Clwjges

t

Latest Monetary
i^ntrliah

BtNewTork

10

Redeeming

the

in

Aneots of National Banka

l^^TO

Daily Pncet of Gold

1OT0

Foreteo Exchange at Now TiTk
oi Prirtiy, Weekly, 1870

;

I

,

.

& Commercial

News

11

ment, which

THB BANKKRS BAZBTTK AND RAILWAY MONITOR.
Muoev Market, Railway Stocks,
r.>r.'i;n
i'

'

V

Railway

Gold Market,
Kichangc, New York

V

It

inks'. Pliiladelpliia

ons Stock

Hanks

18

:

1st

19

Railroad, Cnnal, and Miscellnne
on^Bond List

Banks, etc
On >t>ti«na oi Stocks and Bonds
loriiil

It

News

Railroad, Canal and Hiscellanr-

S. Socnritlea,

IJ.

mnch attention this week, but
have not prevented the usual discussion of the debt state-

ary dividends, have attracted
10

Nowe

semi-official e.vplanation

10

Commercial and Hlecellaneon;

fir 1870

THE DEBT STATEMENT.
from Mr. Boutwell defending
his contraction policy, the passage of the funding bill by
the Senate, the vigorous message of Governor Hoffman, and
the monetary ease consequent on the payment of the Janu-

The

THB CHRONICLR.
Onr Anniul T«ble«

ao-1

In the

first

Commercial Rpitome

93

Cotton

is

BreadKinffs

85

I

Groceries

office.

Thi«

demand that our tax-paying
should not be weighed down by the pressure of
burdens, but that the policy should cease of

fiscal

taking active

Prices Current.

smaller than in

is

a concession to the popular

needless

*llDryGood8

several points of suggestive interest.

offers

place, the decrease of the debt

any previous month since Mr. Boutwell took
citizens

THB C0MM8RCIAL TTMKS.
|

NO. 289.

1871.

7,

money out of the pockets of the people, withlha

view to pay a government debt which will not mature

^\)t €\)xonic[t,

many

'

T£BH8 OF SUBSCBIFTIOR-FAYABLS IN ADVANCS,

mB

Fimasoiai. CeRONiOLi.'lellvered by carrier
tooltysnb8orlbers,ano mailed to all othora, (exelnalve of postage,)

NEW

Post

tW

Is

Ofhob Box

4,993.

seed corn, his farm implements and his needful stock, in

order to pay off a mortgage which

mortgagee

work

in

The PubUi/mrs cannot be respongib'e

Money Ordtrs.

fm

Semittancti unltsi

made by

why

both cases, and

neat /(',e for holiitf/ current nuTih^rs of the Chronicle i^sotdat the
«./Hc«/or Jl 00.
VilHneimboii't for sMc-ibers at i\^.
The tret and
se^jond «o unei of the Chrosici. i wlU 6s purchased by the publishers at a fair

the debt alone.
that there

It is in

was

Men

the

of pUin under*

same

rule will not

country should attempt a

itself in

no

the effort, while

without the greatest folly and

it

is

to lighten the taxes

deference to this popular

month

last

why

this

and cripple

e.xploit

The cry of the people

loss.

A

not due, and which th«

is

reluctant to have paid.

standing are asking themselves

financial

our only trtveMng agent.

is

private person could try

dr,yi» or Post Office

*-#

ourselves

liis

For One Year
110 IM)
For Six Months
6 00
llu Cnno' iCLs will be sent (O migeribtre until ordered discontimud, ty letter,
Pif^tttge tiiO eent* per year, and is paid by the subscriber at hiti own post-offtce.
WILLIAM B. DANA, f
'JtriLIiIAM B. DANA <C OO., Fabiisliers,
JOHN «. FLOTD, ]u. (
79 and 81 V.MUiam Street,
YORK.
Mr. Alex. Holmes

The old argument is exploded that we are to cripple
now to pre-pay the principal because hereafter
we may find it hard to pay the interest. Such a course of
reasoning applied to a farmer would urge him to sell part of
paid.

lUKlJoMMGRUIAL AND FINANCIAL (jHRONICLB isistued evtty Salurdiy morning, 'iiith thr. latent nuns up to midnight if Friday.

For Tub CoMviaoiAi.

for

years to come, and which the creditors do not want

a

decrease of

little

and

let

demand
over two

P'iee.

millions in the public debt, and hereafter the monthly reduc.

THE CHRONICXK FOR
In accordance with the notice taken
Jf«'<:/uin<«' ifa(r(i2tiu>,

and which we publiHhed

week, the pnblicatlon of

last

the Magnzlne as a montly will be suspended from this time, and the Magazine

be incorporated with

will

fhe J<aya»Ifi«

month

The Chroniclk

will

tie

of January, without charge to

itsdlscontinoance.

The

The Chronicle. To

Where

the entire list of subscriber? to

delivered,

CHR0N1C1.K will be sent in

Its

or mailed, weekly,

for

the

any who at the end of that time desire

the time paidjfor the

.l/»!/(U:ln«

lias

not expired.

place uutil the end of the term for which

payment has been made.
It is

scarcely necessary for

lis

to

In the past

sangnine anticipations.

meet with

add that there

will

be no change in The

Like

we have been

may be

snccesful

elTorts In the future

will,

involved in

beyond oar most

we have no doubt,

cept

we pay

off

very

l.ttle

the

than

operation of the sinking

we

ftind.

knowledge of the principles of finance and of
monetary statesmanship suffices to show that

the praDtice of

no such supereogatory redemption

give in this

States.

No European

ple arc asking

why

it

needed to bolster up

is

nation has ever needed

should be necessary

American idea of paying

number our yearly

those of a man.
tablos of the doily

national debt.

prices of gold and fliictuatious in stocks, exchange,

built during the

make room

pleted

&c. To
so much additional mutter we are compel lt,d

our usual monthly review.
ever''ncxt week.
to omi'

by

it

is

ex-

it.

here.

off future obligations is

Our peoThe true
to grow up

them, just as a child grows up to equal the obligations
first of a youth, and lastly by slow, progressive degrees to

like results.

for

losing favor

our national debt more rapidly

agreed to redeem

A

is fast

government cannot be sustained

that the credit of the

to

OUR ANNUAL TABLES.

We

less.

Another m-staken opinion which

the credit of a great, rich, commercial nation like the United

CmioNicLB, either editorially or otherwise, except such as
conliniial progress.

much

tion will probably be

18T1.

from the December number of Hunt's

It will

appear, how-

new

lars.

Now

new

traffic,

This country

As one
la.st

year over t«n

railroads, at a cost of
it is

rapidly growing up to iu

is

illustration

computed

of

this

growth we have

thousand milee of oom'

over 400 millions of dol-

that every

new

railroad will areata

develop new buiineas, and give new ralue to

THE CHRONICLE.

B
esUte equal

real

in

the aggregate to ten times

we have

this principle

its

value.

motion during the

set in

wealth creating machinery which

's

last

On upon

year

operating to increase

after

we may

growing up

refer to other

to its

national

Enough has been

however, to show that our people are light

and that

in this matter,

if

public

the

pressure

cent on the whole capital as

no other at any time

and

ing ofTits bonds foster than
less

such

does the robust credit oJ the United States require any
artificial

and mischievous

The next point

in

I

examined

at

is

the cash balance.

stands, and denying tha*

financial

We

capital.

expedient of

have

New York

The

Government gold has apparently been

hoarded to the extent of 10 millions, but really it remains
at about the same level as last month, inasmuch as 10
millions of gold certificates have been issued, and the

Hudson
Com-

Central and

River corporation, and we are bound to say that the

Experienced

This consists of 107 millions of coin and 30 millioDs of modore's assertions appear to be sustained.
currency.

carefully

various times the sworn statements of the

financial condition of the

aids.

he debt statement

now

dishonest

paying dividends out of

afford, still

it

management recourse has been had

during his

to the disreputable

agreed to or can

those citizens

declaring that the net earnings are tuliy equal to eight per

country requires butti-essing up by the conirivance of payit

on

chiefly

falls

are least able to pay.

is

in their instincts

credit of

the necessaries rather than the luxuries of

its

said,

Here-

methods by which the nation
debt.

—

who

—upon

food

and that

1871.

7,

Mr. Vanderbilt, in reply, says that the earnings of the
road fully justity the addition to the stock, and he challenges the most rigid inspection of the accounts of the road,

the national riches to the extent of 4,000 millions, or almost

double the aggregate of the redeemable public debt.

life

[January

railroad

financiers,

who

are above

suspicion of dishonest

have assured us that they have arrived at the same

bias,

conclusion.

Still it

tion account"

is

must be regretted

so large; and

the " construc-

that

Commodore Vanderbilt

if

is

belongs to the holders of sincere he ought to have this account closed forthwith.
these notts and not to the Government.
As to the other charge of " wringing excessive charges "
Mr. Boutwell has,
increase of 10 millions really

therefore, been careful to hoard no gold in

though

at

conjuncture he could

this

the Treasury,

have done so with

from the public, we are pointed to the

fact that the passen-

ger rates are fixed by law, and cannot be increased; while the

He has, however, locked up two millions of rate on freight is fixed by the severe competition between
which could not so safely be spared from the various railroads. This competion is, in fact, the great
current of the circulation. And he has of course contracted bulwark of the public against the rapacity of the railroads;
the currency by calling in one million and a half of the and Commodore Vanderbilt will not, we suppose, deny that
perfec"! safety.

currency

three per cent certificates held by the banks.
In defence of he has done his best to end that competition ; and that sevthis policy of contraction Mr. Boutwell has resort
to the eral times he has seemed to be at the very point of amalold reasons so often pleaded by Mr. McCulioch, when
bis gamating the various roads leading from the great lakes to

spasmodic, ill-timed efforts at contraction threw the money

the sea board.
It is, indeed, one of the redeeming lectures
Mr. Boutwell says he has heavy of the erratic manoeuvres ihe "Erie men," that they checkclaims to meet before long, and must keep his cash
locked mated the Commodore in 1868, when he seemed surest of
up ready to pay them. We believe the Treasury had just success in his scheme of amalgamating the Erie and Central
as heavy claims at this time last year.
Every one of these roads, and that these victorious Erie champions have ever

market

into confusion.

claims wa.s

paid.

And

yet the currency balance then in

the Treasury

was but 12 millions, while now it has just
been swelled, mischievously and without reason,
to 30
millions.
Three weeks ago Mr. Boutwell could have safely

let

out 20 millions of this currency.

recent occasion

some of

the

ways

in

We
which

explained on a
this could

have

He

been done.

has not 'ranted the currency, for it is still
has all along been hidden away in the
Treasury vaults. The country did need it. Its
business,
locked up, and

its

it

wealth-producing efficiency,

its

tax-paying power,

its

growth— all were suffering from the ill timed
contraction.
Had this dearth of currency been met the
industrial

financial

troubles, business losses,

numerous

failures,

and

ruinous monetary derangements of the past
month would
probably have been averted.

Commodore

kept the baffled

since

popularity,

clique have undoubtedly enjoyed,

CAPITALIZING EARNING «.
very suggestive paper has been this
week put in circulation in Wall street, exposing
the practice which has been
of late abused by some of our
railroad corporations, of
capitalizing their earnings, or
adding to their share capital
<n propo.tion to the
growing business of the road and its
consequent enlargement of income.
The New York Central
and Hudson River Railroad is
the one selected as an
illustration
and the writer shows that since
;
1867 an
mcrease has been made to the
capital of these two railroads
amountm:; to „o less a sum
than 148,684,200.
On this
wat.red stock, dividends are
paid ; and the point is whether
hese d.v.dends have been
honestly earned.
Into this qucs
.on the pamphlet does not
enter, although it tells us that
the dividends on the new
shares

A

,

wring from the public, in
addition to the proper charges
of transportation, a tribute
of nearly four millions a.year,
and that this tribute is leyied

Much

of the

was founded on

this fact,

that the public regarded their fight as m.ide for the destruction of a

scheme by which Mr. Vanderbilt would have stopped

healthy competition in transportation, and raised up a gigantic railroad

monopoly,

hostile to the public, destructive to

commerce, and interested only in getting the greatest possible gains and rendering the least possible service in return.
The pamphlet before us gives the history of the several
" waterings" by which the stock of the Central and

Hudson

corporation was

in

to its present

We

suppose

from thirty-three millions

raised

1854

magnificent proportions of ninety millions.

all

choice real

a similar degree

in its

a railroad company,

estate in this State has risen in

valuation

Congress should interfere, as
^.

at bay.

which, in spile of their misdoings, the Erie

is

;

and we do not see why

recommended or why

here

;

keep within the limits of law and
equity, should not be as free to put its own nominal valuation on its road as is the owner of a house to set upon it
his

own

if it

valuation without let or hinderance.

company water

its

stock beyond

then the price will

price.

The

fear

in

fall

shares three years ago,

it

its

power

to

If a railroad

pay dividends

the market, and like the Erie

may

sink to an almost nominal

of such a catastrophe

is

one of the best

preventives which

is possible in a free country like our own.
Another check on this over-nbundant enlargement of the
slrick is given by the press.
In this journal, for example,

we

take special pains to

make

public

sort which affect the value of the

all the

changes of this

one thousand millions

railroad shares which are afloat in this country.

The

ol

facts

about the Vanderbilt roads, as they are called, have been
repeatedly exposed in our columns, and in 1867 we warned
the

public

against supposing

that

the

Hudson

stock,

-

J

IBB CHRONICLE.

January?, LttllJ
when doubled, was

increased in

one dollar more than the

fifly

its real

aggregate value by

per cent, subscription which

W84 called up on the new shares.

Similarly

in

18(38

we

exposed the true nature of Mr. Vanderbilt's much lauded
scrip dividend of eighty per cent, on the share capital of the

New York

much

should

taxation

the consolidation of the twi>

It may be said with some truth that there is not the same
agreement as to the particular taxes which ought to be dispensed with. Some are most deeply impressed with the

offensive nature of several of the customs duties; and urjje
Again at that the taxes on iron, steel, wool, copper, lumber and salt
roads, when the aggregate are burdensome to the whole industry of the country, and

was raised

to ninety

$52,000,000.

millions,

we

enlightened the

public as to the true nature of the transaction.

Multitudes

that the treasury itself could

better do ^without them than
hamper all its other sources of revenue by col.
them others see more clearly the evils of some of

continue to

of other journals did the same, and with the real facta before lecting
;
hiw, it is the investor's own misfortune, if not his fault, if the internal taxes, and
he

misled

is

wrong estimate of the value of

into a

this

jiroperty.

We

we caunot approve of an

repeat, then, that

Congress

to stop this sort

railroad corporations.

appeal to

that

is

wanted

is

of publicity upon

to

throw the
the

all

dark

doings of railroad magnate?, and caution the investing public to guard themselves from this as from any other public
nuisance or personal danger.
It is also untrue that this
excessive watering of stock of which other railroads besides
those of Mr. Vanderbilt have been conspicuously guilty,

prove that our
that

it is

financial

liable

statements

can

at

system

is

rotten and dangerous, and

any.time to produce a panic.
Such
no force except with credulous

have

and timid ignorance.

always

Our

railroads

now extend

their net-

remember

directly in contact with them,
;

is

a serious divergence in

great length

both sides

;

;

weighty arguments

have been presented on

but the nation as a whole

it,

sees the corruption

by

caused

be freed from them.

it

it,

arises,

and, in

all

these waterings of stock

and

an exaggerated,

some

respects, a mischievous illustration of the fact
that our railroad property is growing in
annual

value with

a rapidity

unknown

any other age and country than our

in

own.

the injustice of its dis-

makes necessary, and wants to
we think, demands

that this tax shall not be collected another year.

Besides

all this,

so carelessly that

on the

the law of the

last session

accidentally omitted to

it

profits of

taken advantage of the opportunity to

in

by

urimistakeably,

It

progress, are found traveling faster than they should
us deal severely and justly with each case as it

recognise

influet>ced

and annoyance of

collection, the inquisitorial

its

all

Let

most

is

the objections to the tax, feels the burden

surrounding property, and by a compensative and sure
reaction the growing value of the real estate
bordering a
railroad, gives new and enhanced value to the
railroad itself.
What if a lew of the corporations, tempted by theii rapid
!

a re

safely

—

Every mile of
the

may

and most advantageously be remitted at once, there is one
tax concerning which there is a more general accord, and
that is the Income tax
upon this the people at large have
made up their minds. The subject has been discussed at

nature of the proceedmgs

of

who wish

particular ones which

mountains, reach across

railroad adds four times its cost to the value

comes

his exactions at

the views of those

duction of taxes as to the

tribution, the irregularity of

new

makes

and

the price of the

in

ta.\-cf)l lector

before any reduction is made in
But while this is true, and there

upon imports.

the duties

work of 50,000 miles throughout every part of this contiThey traverse its rich valleys, climb its steepest

force than any other country in the world.

indirect taxation is

and they ask that the whole internal revenue

system shall be abolished

nent.

its broadestj rivers, and bind the
vast territory of the United States in one grand
org^mism,
which is increasing more rapidly in wealth and productive

that

by the people, being paid
commodities they consume, than whenjthe
felt less

of bad financiering on the part of their houses

All

illuminating force

iceen

be stopped, and that without

delay.

Central road, then 128,730,000; but raised by

this financial m.<\na;uvre to nearly

capital

superfluous

bonds, paid

of

of the country,

profits

and the interest on their
months of 1870; so that a

corporations

during the latter

very large part of
tal

was drawn up

levy any tax at

all

the active and profitable business capi-

handg of these associations, has

the

in

make

its

distributions

now, and to escape taxation altogether.

fact brings into stronger

relief the injustice of

And

this

beginning to

coming year, upon that capita
which has not been able thus to evade the law. For al'

levy the tax anew, with the

these reasons, a great

number who

session urged

last

its re-

tention have abandoned their opposition to the repeal of the

Income Tax

;

which earnestly sustained the tax a
it
and, out of Congress, very few

journals

year ago are now against

THE INCOME T,« ONCE MORK.

voices are raised for

its

;

continuance.

The present Congress has work enough before it
Under these circumstances it is not now necessBry to disto fill up
cuss the merits or demerits of the tax again.
The question
it.
But most of this
work, however importe nt it may be in itself,
need not be complicated with any other the bill which deor to the par
ticular interests which call for legislation,
Let
has little relation oldes it need not refer to any other subject whatever.
the two short months which remain to

;

to the thoughts and

One

life

Congress simply enact, at the beginning of the session, that

of the country at large.

whole people no tax whatever shall hereafter be levied or collected on the
are agreed, and, in which they desire
definite and immediate gains, profits or income of any citizen, person or corporaaction from Congress, wiih a unanimity
and earnestness tion in the United States, under any previous tax law. Such
8 ich as

paint there

is

however on which

our representatives

the

ought not to overlook. They
an extent which patriotism

are burdened with taxation to

enabled them cheerfully to bear, so

long as it seemed to be
essential to the existence, or to the
credit of the naUon ; but

a law will

at once

enable the

dismiss a large part of

its

Internal

ufScial force;

it

Revenue Bureau to
will remove one of

the most serious sources of disaffection towards the

ment among

the people;

it

govern-

will simplify all future questions

which, when it ceases to be an absolute
necessity, becomes of improving the revenue laws; and it will do away with
mere oppression. It has ceased to be necessary
the embarras'-ing and difHcult question, never yet finally set
the official
reports of the Treasury prove that the
taxes are collecting at rest by the highest Court of Appeal, whether or not a
;

from the people,
languishing

these times of unsatisfactory trade and
enterprise, a third of a million of dollars for
in

tix on incomes is, under the Constitution, such a " direct
tax " as Congress is forbidden to levy, except by apportionment among the several States, acsording to their repre-

every business day, more than is needed
to meet all the real
wants of the government.
Upon no point has there ever 83ntative population.
been a more general agreement^ than.there now
is, that this

——

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.

[January

THE CHRONK^LE.
March—

THE DEBT STATEMENT FOR J^NDART,
Tho

following

the

is

When

5'ft.

<<

13,588,000

of 1»<I.... .....Inly '.:(«•...
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112%
113%

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Debt on Wblcb Interest Bas Ceased Since
Matured

B'Dda

to6e,

at varioos

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3.190
3,975
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242,000
4,119,000
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notes.Matured at various dates In "47 and '48
Matured a various dates in '48 and '49
Tr'y notes
W«'»,Tr'yn's.... Matured at varioas dates in "58 and '68
6^, 'Tr'y notes.. ..Matured M.-trch ', lH(i3
7$-l0's.3ye»rs... Matured Aug. 19 imd Oct. 1, 1864
Matured at various dates in i(-65
56, one year
Matured at varioas dates in 1866
5*B,3year«
:.I0ii6a Tr.

ts,

3 300
38,350
137,1187
81.6.55

June 10, '6'. and May 15, "68..
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and July lo,l»»8

Com.

int. n's. Matured

ft, Certir. of ind.Matured at various dates in
4,5 *«'8,Tem.l.. Matured Oct. 15, 1866
Ai!g. of debt

on which

Int.

lllatnrltr.
$64,174
360
85
741
341

$57,665 09
6,000 00

—

6'8,

1446,631 29

dites prior to

Jan.l,18S7

Matured Dec. 31, 1863
Bonds
'52
5e Mex. ladem. .Matured at various dates lu '51 and
lilnre
Dec. 31. 1>>67
6*a, Bonds
61. Bounty Lacp Matured July 1. 1-49
Matured .July 1, ISaS
••s. Bonds
t"*, Texaa Indem. Matured Dcv.31, l-U
Matured Jan. 1.1S71
Sa, Bonds
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^
l->0a6ATr. notes. Matured at various dates irom *S8- 44.
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March
March

3, 1863,
s,

and June

3, '63.

Fractional Currency
Fractional currency

30, 1861

.

•

Certiflicates for gold dep'd

ISSS

Aggr^ateot debt beaming no

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... .$1,935,343,700

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112

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113?i

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111%
111%

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110%
110%
110%

111%

113

111%

112%
110%
111%

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110% 110% 110%
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The following table will show the monthly range of
Government securities, as represented by daily sales at the
New York Stock E.xchange Board, during the year 1870:

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1868.

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Dmrease of debt daring the past month
Decrease of debt since March 1,1870

gCJi"?

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^

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?J«'2;'

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$2,423,133,060 06 $47,023,306 :»

otbt. principal and Interest, to date, Including interest

not pre,)ented for payment

''°"'™°- ***•

110

a^-r«i-ia

^3?>s»s;^

26,149,000 00

AaOVBT IX THE Tbea«ubt—

JsmUT—

110%
110%
109%

>-:

goo— oooooo oco-'Oo oooooo ^p^2^S o
;-.-i",-«
aa^«,-'n aaa^.-.-

oaaa

$432,245,175 88

^i 1881^——«•»

110%
110%

1067a'

106

S9,9'»9,089 .13

Total
Debt, leas amount in the Treasury
t>ebt, lest amount In fie Treasury on the

IIW

107
106 y

-ooo
S2SSS'-H OOth.-OO oooooo s»,o "-"
^_.-,r-.-« ^_„-.-._ B
.r'Tr-r" .•:'777';T •TV777'T .a'r7'^77

Tt,ta»«.*
'nterest.

446.681 29
631,151 35

1%

111%

106%

K

106 !4
107«-

'.^

1

llOi^
109

109
109!i

106%
107%

106%
107 "i

106%
106%
106 <

106%

110%

106%
107%

107
107

111

110%
1)0%
10»%

llOX
110%

108%

110%
110%

111
111

108 if

107%
107%

December-

$850,101,086 00

no Inten

1,OTO,000 00

109K

110

^
«a

$58.23-,8«2 41
7,319.823 26

DkBT Bi." iRINd NO iNTEBBbT—

TotSi toned

11'%
112«

November-

$43,'50,000 00
14,000,000 00
f7»,S63 41

Total debt bearing interest in lawful money
PXB', -»» WHICH IXT. HAS CEASED BIKCB MATT7RITY....

WeaUm Pacific

111%

114K

HS^^

cent... $2 4.56V .00 00
at 6 p. cent.. .1,730,775 400 00

IK LAWFUL
Certificates at 3 per cent..
Kavy pension fund, at 3 per cent..
Ceruflcatee at 4 percei-t

.

112
112

105%
lOei

1145i

36,149,000 00

Outstanding,

Bonds

_
T(.*.al

106
107

HiEhest.

Ds*T BsiBura IimBXST ra Coin—Bonds at 5 p.

Total debt bearing

109

110%
110%
110%
110%

110 K

114

$422,245,175 S8

Amount

Total debt bearing interest in coin

106%

110

Recapitulation.

DX3T BEABtNO IMTKREBT

109
110

110%
112%
110%
111%

112

89,995,059 38

j

110'-,-

111%

.356,000.000 00

. .

106%

110%

113

$101,0-6 00

...

.U. S. legal-tender notes.

109

113V

Amt. ontstand.

Character of issue.
Demand notes

109%

112Si

Debt Bearing no Interest.
Authorizing acts.
JtUy 17, 1861, and Keb. 13, lijOJ
Feb. C5 and Jnly 11. '62, aud Mar^h
July I7,186i

113%

Ii3)i
114>i

lOS*!,-

113

108%
108%
100%
107%

108

SeptemberOpening

$631,151 35

WOO

113%

Closing

43.3t7 69
313 48
7,441 34

00
00

S2T,66(I

lSt.6

114%

107%
108%

114%

108%
110%
108%
110%

Lowest

Certlncates ...On demand (interest estimated)
W^'SS'SS ?£
Navv nen. rd..Int. only appU'ble to nayt pensions. 14,000,00) OO
6.8,36^.41
Ceitlllcaiesof Indebtedn as. .Si p.6mber 1, 1875

113

loe'f

113

110%
111%
109%
111«

Opening
Hizheet

Debt B«arlnK Interest In Lawful money.
S-i
4«,

lORV

114%

Closing
OctoDer

$1,320 OB.S3O»l,935,»*3,700 «) »39.60S.632 33

c°o''ta.'.*!.*'."'.'!*..'°.»715,SS9,'!90

112

108%

111%
111%

1^%

'4

111%

114

111%
111%
107%
109%

112;^
112)i
108 !!<

111%
112

112%
118%
112%
112%

111%
111%
107%
108%

116Jf

112

108%
108%
107%

113%
114%

114

Angoet—

*S£fto

113%
110%

115

li4%
112%

Opening
Highest
Lowest

115K

111.%

108%
104%
106%

114%

114%
114%
113%

114%
112%
114%

112

108.%

109% 106%
113% 108%
108% 108%
113% 108%

113%

Closing

7S.1W,«0

109%

109% my, 108%
114Jf 114% 118% 113%
109 !< 109% 107% 108%
118% 114% 112% 112%

112V

Lowest

108

109^

m%

1167i

112%
112%
108%
109X

112><

112%

110«
IISK
llOX

116X

Closing

Opening

64,064,290

55.6.'i9.r0

I.I8«..

...Dec.

113JS

ACTiied

S,118.tU)
S5.u:9,iuo

....Tuly

iiSTi

116%

Interest.

lAi.48a(B0

nf 18-1

«•,.

114X

April—
Opening

OatsiandlnfiT.

53,302,4(10

,...M.ir.

<'•, S-:(la IBS!.

Closing

»13Ji'>.O0O
5.032,000
945,000
«S,3«!.2S0
888.869.050

se.OM.oon

nnodt.... ...J«u. 1. 1ST4..
...Dec. 81,1880..
Bond^

113Ji

Loweet

1870.
Tot»l

iMoe.

ot
9'».

Lowest

Conpon.

BeKl-ter>d.

Payft'-le.

116X

Highest

at the close

and Treasurer's returns

hist fliiy of D«oeiiiber,

itSii

Highest

Debt b«arlnK Interestiln Coin,
Cliaracter

OpeninR

statement of the public debt,

official

as a|)p<'ars Irom the book*

of busiuess on lh«

1871.

1871.

1,

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1

THE CHRONICLE.

January?, 1871.]

C0CS8E OF STOCKS FOR
Tht following

the course of prieet at the

is

and Louest Prices

d

1870.

Stock Exchange Board, each, month for 1870, showing the Highest
from Actual Sales at the Board.

New York

in each month, as Compiled

March.

Janiuu7.

February.

SIX- 56

May.

April.

atH-KH 88-84
t* -B8X 66-63

AngDIt

July.

June.

Scptemb'r.

November D«c«mber.

October.

l—Bailroad S^ar44.
Alton

Terro Baiito.

Si

"

•'

prof...

AlbauyA Susanobanna
Boston, H. &Brle ....
Chicago
"
"

-143
-144

149
150

-160

146
" pref. 146
" scrip
Bur.&Qulncy liB

Ohlogo,

15»«-1M
74X- «9
90K- 86

Chicago H Norwestern 75X-67
"
" pref.
vns-ms
Chicago & R. Island
Cleveland & Pittsharg. 9i\- 83Ji
.

&

lud.
Clev., Col., Cin.
Ind. Con.
Col., Chic.

&

& West....
& SlonxOlty

Del. Lack.

Dnbaquo

KrleR.W

"
pref
Harlem
"
pref

A N.
"

Hartford

"
Han.
"

Haren

—

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66

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150

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109>^-106

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N.Y. AN. Haven

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MK

88«-86X
- 19

SO

Panania

W .& Chic.

170

& Saratoga

&0

109

Louis & Iron Mt.
Sixth Avenue
Btonington
Toledo, Wab. & West
"
"
pref.

-142X 149
-1.38

-157

-139

143

143

-139

88X 90X- 80
114X-110X!111X-1MX

97X

20-19

103 "-'88X

101

138

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155
149

135

73

50

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159

152X-150

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87-87

86X- 86X

-145
-140

155
146

- 73

76

-144
-140

150
143

138

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137

90-90

67X- «7X

30-19

151
140

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—

8

—

8

- 19

19

8

73X-

-103
85X- 72

103

85X-80

87-76

-

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3.3X-

75 - 74X1 TIX" 70
'104)^-104 1106 -106
70X 78 - 73 ^

78- -

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97X-94H 97%-95X 101J4- 97% lOSX-tOOX IMX- 96X

93-93

48-41

130

-120

-135
47

135

130

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52

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47%-

46X-45
138

93-93

96'-'89X
69

150

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145

95

138

90-90

59X- 51X 61%- 55X
75 - 74X
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1

74-73

73

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!l55

34X-33X 35X-32X 34K- 31X

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128

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157
143

46X 5SX 47X 58X-50X 55X- SIX 58X-'56%
-

78X-78X

75

36%-'34

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- 74
17

34X-

78-78

18%- 9

LM.

American
Cumberland

38

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40-37

86X- 34X 3.5X- 32X 31X- 38

Pennsylvania
Consolidated
Wilkesbarre

|315

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S30

-235

317

-317

32X- 28X 45
325

-330

228

65-65

MaryUnd.

Sprmg Mountain.

40-40
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29-26

37-38

- 32X
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325

38X- 25X

i—Oat ahar*

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\m

31-30

Pacific

i—CoeU Share

-139

166
156

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ISO "-iso

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184

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114
117

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118

73-72

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165

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19

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71 - 70X 74 - 705i
75X- 75
74X- 74
108 -108
106 -106
154 "-146
175 -169X 152 -136
153 -137
144X-110 106 - 80
93>i- 88
95X-92
94X- 92X 95X- 93J4 97H- 94X 96X- 92X
98Ji-95X 97J4- 96X IWX- 96X ia7X-100M 109X-106 108 - 93X
S65<

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90

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28?i- S2
49;i- 48
48X- 46
134 -laox 136 -133
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100

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SOX- SO

8-8

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106

80X
81X- 79Ji 81 -80
19X- 17X 19 - 16X
18X- 17
19X- 17
106 -lOOX 109^ 104X lllX-109
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19 - 18X

78

91 X-

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80-79

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136

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40>i-39X 43 - 40X 43X- 42X 44X- 48K 46X-44X 49 - 46H 48%- 46

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30X- S6X 36X-26X 36K-86X 36 "-'SSX

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68-68

37-35

si'-'si
.

40

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lAit

Citizens

163

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Manhattan.

235

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Short LUt.

Mariposa

9K- 8X lOX- 9X

pref
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1st pref

19X- 15
.

QulckaUver

"

117X-11Sh'117X-109
107X-104
107X-104

~

125X-133X 1S5J<-124X 120X-118 li9'-ii7X 130X-118X 123X-130 131 -ISOJi I2ix-ii6
68X-63X 68H- 65
67X- 58X 61 H- 68X 64X-59X 64%- 60«j sax- 58X 60X- 58X
80-73 83 - 77K 83X- 80 82X- 74Ji 77X- ''8K 83-76 82X- 79X 82 - 79x1 83X- 74X
95 - 89X 94-92
95 -88X 90X- 88
89H-88X 89X-88X 93 - 89X 92 - 91X 92 - 86X
121 -ISO
121 -119
120 -115
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12S -117
117
114X-114X 118 -115 IISX-IMX 114X-114X I" -117
108X-101>i llOX-108
110X-107X 109X-99 103X-100X 107X-101X 110 -106% 109X-108 109X-108X
98K- 91X lOlK- 96Ji 102 - 96X lOOJi- 90X 96H-90% 97 - 91X 94X- 9i% 93X- 91X 9SX-8ex
94Ji-88>i 98 -9.3X 96Ji- 92X 96X- 86X 92X-85X 93X-87
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89X- 86X, 88X- 86

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96 -93X

143

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81X-68

168

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il51Ji-151

8SX- 79X
88X- 81
89X- 86K 90H- 87X

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3X- IX

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119 -117
118X-117X

126 -119
65>i- 58

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& Worcester.

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"iX-"»

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140

119

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91

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i— Mining

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823i-80

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138
scrip 135

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Ohio & Mississippi ....

Cnion

113
ISO

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108X-106X
183 -117H 1SO«-109X 118X-108X

.

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158

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75 -71K 74?i- 6S
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633i- 58
pref.
88 -85« 89Jf- 78
77 - tlX
87 -84M 87 -88X 96X-86«
Morris & Essex
119 -115X 118X-116
118 -116
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104 - vrx 104«-101X
N. Y. C. & Hud. Kiv,
95)i- 86
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mx U

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mx-vMx

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mx-

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pref. lis

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103 - »1X lOOX-97
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78-74 75>i- 73K 74X- 74 79X- 74 7SX- 79 8S - 79H 8SX-78X 80 -78X
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107 -103
108 -104
109><-106
110«-108« 110>^-10SK 106>i-106X
1013i-100
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40
sa -4S
50 -*t>i 50-46
44>i-44X 47-45
48X-37
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146 -141X 149X-141
148 -138
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144 -144
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60

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pref....

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7-7

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SSX- 1?X 20X- 10
16 - 10
16X- 10
18X- 14
lOX- 7
17X- 15
51 -48X 53X- 45
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46X-4S
49X- 49K
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16X- 18M 18 - 13X
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13-8

87-37

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88-84

9-9

BX-'S

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68X-66

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11%- 8%
SO

6-6
11

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BX-

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b—Lcmil Improo. Oo.
Boston Water Power.
Brunswick City Land
Canton Co

18X-

WX

18X- 15X 17X- 17X 17X-

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8X- 8

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18X-

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to'-'m

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19

7

8X- I
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Western Union

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85

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t—St. Ship Share*.
Atlantic Mali.
Pacific

MaU...

27-38

35-35

44X-88« 44X-38X 38X-80;<

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44X-37X 40%- 36

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8—JtepTMi Sharu.
American Mer. Union

Adams
Merchants Union
United States
WcUb Fargo
"
scrip

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47 -4SV 48X-4B%
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4BX-4»% 44-40
61X-60X 65 -6~
68 -eox 68X-60X 68-6"
69 -63X 69 -64X 69-64% 67X- 65X 67%-«6X «8 -64X «6%-6JX
18X- 15X
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Bankers & Brokers as. 110 -101
Del.

BoUdlng Material
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Hollidaysburg...

On

ness

National

December

is io

R.

D

illonetarifl

DEC.

Salmors, President

aub Sominerctal
(

is

power

besides

short.
n.i8jiftii.i8%
Smontba. 86.96 0£S.4U

....

Dec

21.

enj lying

of France and
in

•».50

Borlln

11.880

it.

are by no

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means of a discouraging nature.
owing to its freedom from

many

Dec.

Smos

1V(I%91301<

«%©«»«

short.
SO.

«.22X©

months.

Q«noa

Germany,

But

sitting aside those for

deficiency

of

this is tbe

experienced, our market

least important part, for if

own

wants,

The

nta

material, required,

and consequently the mosuch as blankets, and
,

manufactured goo
is

war

it is

is

resorted to supply

France and Germany

obvious that their expo it

in

times of peace be undertaken by them would

be
Hence, buyers from many foreign countries,
such as tbe United States, India, China and other countries, have been
more numerous of late, and a somewhat rapid demuuiticn of stocks
has, in several instances, taken place.
It is, perhaps, difficult to form
an opinion about the future, for dear food, which is almost a moral cer-

-

tainty,

119X
30516

at the

4»)tQ49)4

90 days.

peace, baa an unprecedented abundance of unem-

diverted to this country.

—

188.6S

the larger portion

withdrawn from industry, tbe country whose promanufactured goods is the greatest, and which,

cases, to be supplied immediately,

which could

fe55.70

Smos.

so deadly a strug-

trade in manufactures must leak, and that the portion of foreign trade

18.Clfx

De-. 2».

in

Germany have engaged in
in FriDcc, and when

raging

are unable to supply all their

a86.09

3S.06

B.9<,)4(a 6.17
....

Petersburg

must tend

same

to diminish the inquiry for

»MS93n.W

manufactured goods

;

lut

time, the wants of the belligerent powers, after peace

concluded, will be so great that those

S}%^«)4

must be largely engaged.

MaplM

Then

who

there

is

will be able to

the

is

meet them

uncertainty about the

future of France, and, iu the event of a Republic being successfully

York....

Dec. 13. 8 mos.
Not. 26. 90 days.

Jaaalca

H«TUia

Ho d* Janeiro

BabU

Valparaiso.

Panambnco
Ndayt.

Hong Kong.
Oaylon

Bombay...,
Madras
OalcatU
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79)4-79X
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a hsalthy state, and a steady, legitimate busi-

now

material for tents, &c.,

BA».
short.

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short.
Nominal.
Smouths. 137S ^U.EO

Singapore...

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ployed money, should derive very considerable benefit.

KX(3HANaK ON LONDON.

as.

fturls..."

Xaw

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To some

is

ductive

(ffugtist) JXtvoB

LATBST
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is in

progres".

of the population

RATKS OF BXOaANGE AT LONDON, AND ON LONDON
AT LATKST DATES.
xohaKgk at londun—

HiUn

Kingdom

gle aa that which

ment a

UMilt.
Lisbon

1

countries like France and

under

29, 1870,

;

lit.

78)^-78)4

71X-71X

extent, the buoyancy of our commerce
due to the large purchases of war material which have been made
by the belligerent powers, and to the purchases of clothing for the

1,7M— The Washington National Bank, Iowa. A. W. Chilcote, President;
J. R. Kchards, Cashier. Authonzed capital, $50,000 paid incapi
tal, |!>0,000.
Aulhorijied to commcDCO baelness Jan. 6, ls71

VraoUbrt

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70)4-71
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is

J. L. McGoodAln, Cathicr. Authori/.id cipital, $'.00,000; paid in
capital, tSO.IIOO. Anihorized to commence liueinefs January 3, 1871.
1,761—The First National Bank of Niles, Mich. Itufus W. Landon, Fresi lent
rhomas L. Stivcns, Cashier, .^uthoiizud capital, $;00,000; paid in
capiui, »60,000. Authorized to commcLcu busiuesB .Jan 3, 1871.

VltBU

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the contrary, trade, although quiet,

undue speculation,

National Banks.

No.
l,TeO-Tha First National Bank of Franklin, Ky.

Fkris

40)4^1

79X-79X

71?4-71X
71X-71)4

Iq spite of the war, the accounts from the leading centres of iaJuatry in the Unite

Official

Amsterdam...

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36 -36)4
36 -36)4
36 -36;4
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36 -36)4
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Berlin.
71)4-....
71)4-....

Bank ol New York.
The First Nat. Bank The Na'lonal 1 ark Banfcof New York troops; but other causes have been in operation that arecalculattd
(new hank)
approved.
The First National Th.i German National Bank of Pitts- to have a more lasting influence on the foutitiy, provided that we are
Bank
burg approved in addition to the
It
Urst National Bank of Philadol- enabled to keep ourselves free from Continental complications.
pbia. Pa.
would seem to be an evident concluaion that when two manufacturing

New

Antwerp
Hamburg

-49V4

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(From our own Correspondent. 1
London, Saturday, December 24, 1870.

NATIUML BANKS

BXDEEHINe A8SNT.

Liat of National banks orgaulzeJ, since
act of July 1 '2, 1870:

Cattat

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42

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AUEIVTS UF

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The Union National The New Kogland National Bank of
Bank
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N«w Jersey-

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-

followiag are tbo cbaDe;es iu the Redeemiog Agents of NatioDal
Baika for tbe week ending Jan. 4, 1871. These weekly changes ate
furoished by, and published in accordance with an arrangement made
with the CnmptroUer of the Currency.

New Tori—

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36;4-36)i

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Swiss.
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518X-517X 618)4-517X

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ON FRIDAY, WEEKLY,

1871.

7,

-Continental Markets.

-Paris."
Short.
Long.
518X-517K 515 Ji -615
-S16
-517^
518K-517X 516J<-515
618>i-517>f 515>i-515
518K-5n>f 515)4-516
518>5-517X 515)4-515
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620 -8183i 517X-516>f

522X-521X

'

[January

I

London

X

-

THE! (JHKONICLE,

10

Ju.

K

;
;

.

U.M.

Nov. 83. 90 days,
Not. 86.
Not. S.
Not. 89.
Not. IB.
Not. IS.

4p. c. dis.
U. 10%d.
U. lOJid.

Not.

Is. lOlid.

80 days.

Dec.

Xdla.

Dec.n.
88.
17.

109

established, about the future of Europe, for

48.05

it is

not improbable that a

successful Republic in France could lead, ultimately, to a

4».

4%d.

.1». 1011-16(J.
1<.
It.

lOXrf.
10 lS-16<f.

more

Consti-

Government in Germany.
This, when accomplished, would
be a gain, and very probably would tend to promote peace io Europe
for the destinies of great nations would not then be in the hands of a
Napoleon and a Grammonle, or a William and a Bismarck, but would
bo more within the reach and under the control of the people them selves.
When this shall happen, war wiU probably be entered into
[less hastily, and for » more imporUnt
c«u«e tban th»t brought forwurd
tutional

j

: :

IsH

j.f«lnilaty t,

—

,

I

Mr

j

But the w«r i> not
the Third and bii Foreign Minister.
yet 0T«r, and the eorest trouble has yet to come, ht it would appear,
that France coniidere the war of desolation not yet complete.
our mirket ae a borr jwer lait week.

in

for

Oermm

North

the

Confederation

£8,000,000 hna been reserved for this country, and has been offered at
the price of 96i per £100. The loan bears 6 per cent, interest per
annum, and will be redeemed at par not later than November, 1876-

The Luxembourg

aff^iir

has induced

many

to withhold their

capitalists

mass of Germane iu thia country it is
The
that the whole amount will be rapidly subscribed.

application*, but with such a

quite certain

•curity

is

unquestionably good, but the price

00 very great temptatioii

is

high, and consequently

is

The

offered to speculate in the stock.

loan

quoted at about i premium.
Money has been in rather better demand, and a fair degree of animaThe
tion may now be expected nntil the year has been fairly passed.
is

supply of money seeking employment, however,

is

very large, and con.

• equently the rates of discount show but a trifling increase of firmness.

Should the war contmue the money market is almost certain to resume
a condition of extreme langour as soon as the mercantile payments of
The prices of money are
the fourth of January have been arranged.
1869.

1870.

1869.

Percent. Percent.

Bank minimnm

®..- 3X®-.

3

Percent. Percent.
months' ba'k bills 3X@3Ji 2X@S34
6 months' ba'k bills S)i®»H S @,8K
4 and 6 trade bills
ax&4X 8>(®4

4

. .

houses for deposits are subjoined

this circumstance, the tone

Uiscoant hoases wiih7days' notice....
Discount houses with 14 days' notice

During the week there has been an advance

1}^

1\
IX
money

in the rats for

Petersburg, but at the other Continental cities there

The

alteration.

following are the quotations

,— B'krate—. <-Op. m'kt—
1869. 1870.
1869. 1870.
At Paris
«¥
a)i
Vienna
S
6
6
Berlin
6
4J< 4
Franklort. 4
3« 3J<
Amst'rd'm 5
5
3>i
Tnrln ... 6
6
6

no

The following statement fihows the imports and exports of cotton into
and from the United Kingdom, from September I to December 15, com-

.

1869. 187C.

-

Hamburg

1869.
2)4

3X

Brussels ... 3ii
Madrid.... 6

Imports.

American

boles

105 879
468,631
67,636
128,068
1,063,679

1,070,425

Miscellaneous

4X

8>f

dry samplaa

prices have slightly receded.

and provijiona has been

and the recent

The following statement

sliowa the imports and exports of cereal

produce into and from tbe United Kingdom during

commencement

of tbe season, [compared

vious years

£

Beserve
Coin and ballion

Baukrate

1869.

£

1870.

£

£

23,374,372
6,8«9.706
17,1: 50,702
14,124,874
18,339,395

28,166,076
8,013,647
17,319,119
18,811,963
18,088,159
11,678,677
19,238,617

£

12,31M94

Consols
Price of wheat
Hid. Upland cotton...
No 40 mule yarn

1868.

23,930.661
7,178,767

19,217,859
Sjf p. c.
90>i
69s. 6d.
3d.
Is. 8d.

18,766,2ii6

13,019,203
17,618,602
18,57f,182
21,941,047
2 p.c.
62;<
668. 9d.
7>id.
ll>(d.

ll),851,4:)6

18,*itl,621

6 p. c.

92K
49a. 6d.
10>Jd.
Is.

23,756,762
7,419,921
17,815.286
12.926,863
15,876,538
14,867,902
22,8^4.477
8 p. c. 2X p.
92
91J<
43b. lOd.
62s. 6d.

70B THE

WSIK XHDIHS

Is.

SXi.

Co.'a circular
a,

Bar Qold
peroz. standard.
ao
fine
do
do
Refinable
do
Bpauisb Doubloons
per oz.
South American Doubloons... do
United States gold coin
do

77
77
77

U

8
d.

a.

d.

Bar Silver Fine.... „
(last price)., per oz. standard. 6
oxado
docontalnlnK6grs.g'd(last price). peroz. st'd.
6
18-16 —
Fine Cake Silver
per oz. no price.
Mexican Dollars
Oast price) per oz. 4 lOM
Spanish Dollars (Carolns)
peroz. — — none hers.
Five tranc pieces
peroz. —
none here.
Qalcksilrer, £9 98. per bottle discoont 3 per cent.
The Stock Exchange continues to show signs of the approaching
clow of the year. The amount of business doing is daily dimioisbiog,
but apart from a little panic on the announcement of Prussia's intentions with regard to Luxembourg, prices have ruled firm.
To-day the
tone is very satisfactory, and the quotations have improved. The following are the higheet and lowest prices of consols and the principal
American securities on e ach day nf the week
|Mouday.lTue«day.,Wed'ay.| Thu'ay ij'rlaay.lSut'day.

^—
^

,

—

;

:

I

Console
U. 8. 6-20' s, 1882..
6-20a,18-!4.

-.

0. S. S-SOt, 1886....
0. S. 6-»0a, 1887..

0.8.

10-408, 1904..

Atlantic

BIHOX THX

&G't West.

91J4-92X 91K-9i;i 91Ji-91X 91>4-ftlX 91X-91X 91X-91K
8SX-8SX|83 -^x|38)i-88)t|83X-88.X 88X 88X e8.X-S8K

86

-H-i

m

86

-83

86

-88

86

-88

87K-S8H|S8 sax, 88X.|8SX-.... ^8X90i4-....|90 -90X 90)i-90H;'87J-87;< !)7X-»3
S7

-«7X|87

-87>4, 81

-87>«|87J[i-....

86
.

-88

63\'-8SX

87X-8i

87Ji-87X 87ii-»7X

coniordmoit.b'dB|27 -28 l27X^-....,.,
27X-....I27 -.... 27 -S8
S7X-S8X
Erie Shares ($100). .11934 -SOX l!)Ji-197i|l«X-197il9K-)9;<
19X- ... 19X-J0
imnolBshare«(»UXi)lll(> -111 |ilUi-n(itlr.iij-....lilo
*Ji«-aiTid«od,

m

-1869.-

Wheat
Barley
Oats

Imports.

149,849
1,164
88,197

1,060,861

222,388
498,825
64,964
45,183
277,840
146,700

892
945
12,744

OOXXZNOCKIHT Or TBS BSASOH
owU 10,735,264 103;},833

Peas
Beans

Indlancom
Flour

1.768
1,560
1,214

330
13
129

130

(AUS. 28).
15.067,177
9,166,744
3,416,010
356.461
681,831
7.006,140
2,136,702

2,009,736
11,954
8,232,046 331.234
312,793
28,350
458,861
4,233
6,63»,016
37,926
1,496,861 874,402

82,901

4,616
10.649
4,893

783
3,239
6,663

KuKltab market Ueporta— Fer Cable.
The daily
as

London and Liverweek have been reported by aubmai'iue telegraph.

closing quotations in the markets of

shown in the following summary
London Money and Stock Market,

Oonsols for money
"
foracconnt
U. S. 6s (6 80' s) 1863

9
9

SILVXB.
a.

761.540
190,776
144,288
80,492
22,956
316,719
118,604

com

:

—This^market

Hon.

iiot-int

no

-11

"
" "old 1865
"
•'
"
1867
U. 8. 10-40S
lUluoisCentral shares
Brie Railway scares
Atl.AQ.W. (consols)

The

Tnea.

....
....
....

Bat.

d.

- - o
8

73
76

17.

closed quiet with

the exception of Eries, generally showing an advance price.

:

SOLD

V.B.

cwt.

Barley

Gits
Peas
Beans
Indian
Flour

'Is. l>id.

The foreign excbaogea have not varied materially, and in the bullion
market no important features have presented themselves. The follow -

DXC.

Imports. Exports.

Wheat

pool for the past

ik

since

correspondioK

the

-1870.-

•8Md

lliifd.

]^d.

•Price, Dec. 15.

ing prices of buUiun are from Messrs. Fixley

week and

last

with

periods last year

of No. 40 mule Yarn, fair second quality, compared with the four pre-

88,383,976
PubllCdeposltS
8,706,361
Other deposits
ie,e9i,2J4
Government securities 18,011,222
Other secnrities
20,241,066

value of meat

rise in the

fully maintained.

8

quotation of English Wheat, the price of Middling Upland Cotton, and

Clrcnlatlon

166,439

wheat has been very alow, and even
Feeding stuffs, bow-

ing freely to market, the trade in
for

England, the Bank rate of discount, the price of Consols, the average

1867.

4ti,9t2

38,116

to the approaching close of the year, the continuance of the

s return showing the present position of the Bank of

1868.

85,164
90,19»
202,841
1,«S«
6,«C«

655,0W

war, and the superabundance of wet, which has naturally affected the
samples, combined with the circumstances that foreign produce is com

the

8X

259,269

Exports.

19^,912
144,009

1870.

St. Peters

burg....

Imports.

54,238
14,7i4
186,561
2,1S5
2,621

Eastlndian
Egyptian

Owing

1869.

Exports.

i(03,483

Brazilian

8X
6

5

— —

.

:

1870.

ever, continue firm in value,

:

,— B'krate— r-Op.m'kl>-i

.

ia

is

mcbestar

A very qniet feeling, bat without depression, has prevailed In this market
since Tuesday. Qnnutioos remain without material change, sUII prices bare
gradually given way, and in most departments buyers can do better than they
could a week since. The largo receipts of cotton at the American porta loat
week, aiidthe proapectof a contlnunuro on tbe same. If not on a larger seal*
this week, have induced produceni to loae no opportunity of selling whenever
they had a chance. Those i^pinners and mannfacturerii who have been in a position to sell and deliver tolerably early have taken advantage of any oflera
which have come before them, and prices to-day have lost some of the irregaThe tendency, compared with tbe price*
larlty which prevailed since Tuesday.
current last Friday, la still in favor of bnyers, but compared with the rates of
Wednesday and yeHterday prices are no lower. Producers, upon the whole, are
very well Bold, having anticipated a decline in the value of cotton, and contracted for both yarn and cloth for delivery well Into Janaary. Hitherto anticipations of peace have induced them to eo on baying cotton freely In Liverpool,
but the cotton market Is so freely sapplled that prices are barely maintained In
the face of a large bnsiness going on daily. The prevailing impression 1* that
cotton must inevitably decline, but that the demand for yurn and cloth is snlBclently good to prevent a decline In nunufactarea in the laiae proportion. In
fact, to give producers any chance of doing good yam and cioth ought to maintain their present prices, and the raw materia! go down >fd. to Id. per pound.
There haa been a fair dcrr.and for export yaiu'a during the week, and spinnera
have had no difficulty in selling at a slight decline when they could deliver
within a short period.

1870.
l)i

S
S
S)^
2)i

considered to b«

is

M

relates to the trade of

Total
1809.

Annexed

from

The following

:

Joint stock banks
Jlsconnt boasea at call

. .

trade, but apart

healthly.

1870.

Open-market rates:
to and 60 days' bills 3J<^^ 3Xi33V
3 &..
SmontliB bills
ihw-The rates of interest allowed by the joint stock bank* and discount

St.

Busioesi in the manufacturiog districts ha« been fairly active.
anxiety is felt with regard to the actual cooditioD of the eotloo

Some

pared with the corresponding period last year

as follows

at

u

OtiRONlCtfi.

by Napoleon

The Qermaua have appeared
Out of the loan of £7,600,000

:

:

93X
92K
89K
89X

92
92
S9)i
e8J4

....
....

88X

Wed.
9»)i

S»)t

89X
^9^
88X
87X

88!i

87X

118^

11334
l»)(
3H>i

19X
38X

Tha.
92M

87J<
114)<

19K
3S3(

—See special report of oottoo.
—The market breadstuffs

Liverpool Breadeiuff* Market.

for

quiet, prices vrith the exception of ccro generally

Sat.

Mon.

Taes.

B, d.

B. d.
....
....

96
10

Flour, (Western).... p. bbl 26
Wheat(No.2Hil. Red)p.ctl 10

"
Red Winter
'•
(California white) "
CorB(W.mx d)p.4801bBn'w

6

10 11

11 8
32 6
Barley(O'anadian), per bush 6
Oats(Am. ^l:Can.)per45lbs 3 11
Peas. (Canadian) pr6041bs 40
.

Liverpool frovitiont Market.

....
....
....
....
....
....

B. d.

11
II

6
1

B. d.

36
10

6

6

3 11
40

—This ^market

s.

d.

s. d.
....

....

....
....
,,..

B. d.

II
8
S3
6
3 It
40

11
Si

a. 4.

10
It

closed

s. d.

130

119

96

99

61

61
69
73

60
7]

a. d.

MS
1

1

11

8

82

doaed

showing an adraoca
Wed.
Tha.
Frt.

with the exception of chseia generally ahowiog a decline.
Hon.
Sat.
Taes.
Wed.
Baell(ex.pr.mess)p.8041bBl31 6
Pork(Btu.pr.meB8)D.bbl.. 97 6
Bacon(C'amb.cnl)p. 113lba 61
" " V\
Lard (American)
» •• 79 g
»Che«B«(Aiie)

were—

94X

....

Liverpool Ootton Market.

....

89K
88X

daily closing quotations for U. S. 6'a (1862) at Frankfort

Franktoit

Frl.

9i)i
89)f

8

»

SO

*"

8
«•

quiet, price*

Tim.
B. d.

119
93
SO

FH.
i.

d.

S
..>.

58
'n

....

:

:

:

.

[Jannary

THE CHRONICLE.

=12

Preylonsly reported.

qniet, the priceB

Market.-Tha market remaioB

Liverpool Product

Total tlnoe Jan.

of spints of
petroleum ehowing 8 decline, while the prices

of refined

petroleum show an advance.

Hon.

.

Bpiriu ...per8 Ibe

s. d.

e. d.

«

»i<

....
....

«

«
15

6

...

»

1

»
10
9

....

9«

«

«

d.
8

a.

6
16
1

The

d.

s.

..*•
....
• •••
....

7
10
48 9

11,660,710

$11,681,771

18TO

1,

.'

Fn.

Tbn.

Wed.

16
1

s. d.

s. d.

Boeln (com Wllm.) .pw IH Ibe 6 6
IS
"
do Fine Pale...
Patroleam (std white) p. S lbs. 1 IH
'•

Tnes.

1871. 7^

...

.

following

is

the treasure

PmzTcbirrlo
WelU, Fa^o&Co.::

A

Ribon

U63.0T1
per Steamer Ocean Queen from

$14,.18,726"i'?8T.'!?.V."

f^r"'".^''.
Sat.

1r,

list

ID.de Castro...,
W. H. Knoepfel

$8,7fi0

J.680
4.630

Munoz

Jl.OOO

„

__260

Ml 880
»",u<»v

1

Total

....
9
43
Tallow (Amerlcani...pliarDB..4a 9
quiet, the
London Product and Oil Afart«/«.— These markets close

NatiovalTbkasort.— The following forme present a summary of cer
House.
tainweeklytransactions at the National Treasury and Custom

pries of sugar showing an advance.

1.— Securitieeheldby the U.S. Treasurerin trust
and balance in the Treasury

Lln»'dP,'ke(obl)p.tu..lO 17
69
Llnseeil (Calcnitfl)...

per

US

86

84
78
38 10
per ton 39

lb

oil

Whaleol)
Uniieed oil

78
8ti

89

Thu.
£10 17

£10 17

10

00

Fri.

69 6

69 6

69 6

8

SngarCNo.l-iOcbBtd)

Hperm

Wed.

Toes.
£10 17

Hon.

Sat.

-

Jane

29

a considerable increase

in

merchandise.

general

this

J one 16.. 342,278.050
Jane 23.. 342,268.060
Only 2.. 842,278,568
July 9.. 342,383,050
iniYiD 342,028,050
July 16.. ^.v.owu

week show

jSiv23'342'022u60

dry goods, but there is a large decrease i„
The total imports amount to t5,l'24,S96

Tnlv'^n".^^2'lll9'060
July30..342,10»,usu

week and $6,818,662 the previous week.
The exporu are $4,187,789 this week against $4,468,815 last week
and $6,908,096 the previous week. The exports of cotton the past
week were 18,718 bales against 16,914 bales last week. The following arc the ImporU at New York for week ending (for dry
goods) Dec. 30 and tor the week ending (for general mercbandisej

against $4,874,666 last

Dec. 81

:

Aug. «..34i,017,560
Ane. 13. .841.970,450
Aug. 20 342,270,800
AuS. 27.. 342,705,300

2,342,317

1868.
$1,054,593
2,130.366

3,098,495

1870.
$2,222,063
3,902,833

Total tor Ibe weelt..
P«5Tlonalv -"inorted.

13,095,877
385,439,840

(8,184,969
341,676,904

$2,747,483
286,568,970

|t6. 134,^96
299,314,892

Since J»i 1

$235,635,482

$244,861,863

$389,311,403

m t 'cbandlse

. .

1869.
$648,938

goud8 for one week later.
to foreign ports, for the week ending Jan.
BZPOBTS VBOlf BBW TOBK TOB THB WBZB,
1869.

1870.

$3,600,384

$1,936,340

$3,174,516

the week

1.843,833,850
8.843,960,950
15.318,593,950
38.348,»n 560
29.844,696 5t0
6.344,883,560
12.346,431,400
19.846,345,000

May
3.

1871.
$4,187,739

.

61,617
166,041

N A

Colonies

131,980
14,817
136,788
19,939

...

Oaba
Haytl
•ther Wert Indies

..

Mexico

16,606
91,688
9,197
146,864
48,760
62,352

80,140

KewOranada

4,IXX)

Venezuela
Britisti Quiana
Brazil

OtUarS. American ports..
All other Dorts

48,146
70,071

18,186
326,197

..

Silver

bars

More

Silver bars
British gold

$49,000
Castle,

HavanaSpanish gold

$403,334

Dec. 81.— St. Tybee. Porto
Plata—
American silver....
I

4,139

Total fortheweek
PreTlonsly reported

7350
6,600

$464,803
68,224,888

Totalslnee Jan. 1,1870, subject to corrections

SametlmelB

$68,689,171

Sametlme in

1

$88,108,44811860
70,841.699 1859
6i,804.9tt ises
63.668,700 1887
80,008,883 1868
60.896,631 1886
49,764,066 1864

$43,161,909
69,648 518
36.»j8,oo6
44,860,174
87,326:297
27,671, S13
37,157,388

69,487,031 11868

18««
188S

26,753,366
24,912,845

1

^an

i

UU

law

1

IMS..
USl..

4,316,26011863

The following shows the importr
past week
Dee. 38.— St. Ocean Qasen,
AspinwallSilver

$0,180

Qold
Ooid dost
" M.—Ship Ch'S. Dennis,
'

1,408
8,698

•>(

ipecie at

this

pert during the

Gold
Gold dust
30.— St. City of Mexico,
Vera Cruz—
Silver

3
.Inly 9....
July 16

July 28
July 80
Aug. 6

Aug

13
Ang. 80
Aug. 27
Sept. 3
Sept, 10
Sept. 17
Sept. 34
1 ...

8....
15....
23....
29....
5....
12.,..
19...
26....
8

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.

Dec.
Deo.
Dec.
Dec.

10
17
24. ...
81

34',8V8',66b

35,197,843

31000,000
30,600,0!

„.••„•,„;„
36,288,500
40,700,000
40,700,000

105,000,000

39,103,662

88,349,0C0

120,395,920
103,384.531
99,768,836
98,498,178
99,281,082
97,290,420

87.897,696
34,259,704
87,615,824
35.576,449
84 274,821
S0,865,940

98,481,014
98,181,000

26,848.433
25,260,000
21,683,984

360,76.S,050

98,468,000
97,100,000

.361,316,9(10

•

99,607,000

88,818,600
7,612,480

28424,820
24,842,820
21,817,000
16,198,000

13,886,000
12,608,00

...

14,7SbVoCO

26,8(0,(00
24,000,000

861.17iSfi0O

97,300,0fl0|r29,(00,0C0

16,900,(00

9»,61s,S58B2e,399,948

111,6(0,000

4,000

397

9,900
6,000

275,010
178,245
833,605
238,780
329,710
238,235
174,610
867,495
241,300
898,460
865,380
838,420
867,910
431,000
818,087
471,380
641,170
853,430
205,180
248,980
865,750
452,180
204,260
680,040
769,800
849,630

81,f5;,.'>65

32,108,495
32,307,756
82,967,795
88,737,095
83,686,615

29A750
801,900
801,326
478,200
98,365
313,150
327.0
169,000

23 622,187
33,908,667
24,134,5a7
24 224,137
21,729,247
26,030,573
25,603,773
36,602,188
25,916,28S
26,162,288
86,831,288

36,(166,838
37.71,6.400

845,1106

281,600
838,260
841,950
769,600
860,000
320,650
428,200
488,600
447,660
380,900
249,150
271,800
886,800
448,950
861,920
369,100
499,246
609.700
528,675
646.800
241,870

27,286,088
,164,018
38,303,678
28,662,518
28,988,163
29,406,368

299,447,';13

399,474,843
299.506,034
299,604,062
209,302,983
298,467,446
999,269,006
290,348,886
299,389,241
299,404,721
299,637,864
299,487,049
299,406,1.84

299,390,629
299,685,409
299,.390,t64

80,377,618
39,658.618

399,485,629
299,r38,326
299,660.149
300,089,639
300,166,616
800,202,409

80,907,(iC8

81,0,831,009

31,179,468
81,566,268
32,015,218
82,377,188
82,746,238
33,215,483

801,899,369
302,202,179
803.3*1,864
302,949,804
803,361,769
308,716,494
S0S,868,684
304,195,759
804,012,609
804,966,849

29,829,9!)8

33,746,li'3

84,274,768
84,820,6^8
86,662,488

.

legal tenders distributed

Leg. Ten
Fractional Currency.
Received. Distributed. Destroy'd Distrib'd
,

,

Weekending.

May
May
June
June
June
Jnne
July
July
July
July
July

Aug.
Aug.
iug.

Ang.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

week

Dec.
Dec.

$81,061

305,341
286,480
225,930

23.585 255
24,160,865
24,395,013
24,739,685
36,004,695
25,183,940
35,516,445
35,755,225
36,984,986
36,233,170
36,897,780
26,660,275
27,005,716
27,346,915
27,645,575
38,010,726
28,349,145
28,635,055
29,052,093
29,370,136
39,841,465
30,482,685
80,836,055
81,041,682
81,285.612

g,
Fractional currency received from the Currency Bureau by I) S
Treasurer n?d distributed weekly; also the amount destroyed, and

Savanilla—
Total for the

2li974,'626

118,735,848
118,000,000
105,600,000

23,306,245

3.55,440

Oct.

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

Uoia

112,'l33,b66

868 719,.560
368,369.650
358,3i8,660
358,425,650
358;384;060
358,334,960
358,686,800
369,0.1,800
368,989,800
368,386,360
358,261.350
358,615,760
860,945,850
358,942,450
359,574,460
369,82S.060
860,481,060

23.619,1-55

31.3,810

—

..

Thet'ollowing will show the exports of specie from the port of New
Tork for the week endinir Dec. 81,1 870 :
Dec. 81.— St. City of BrookDM.K.-St Bnstla, Liverlyn, LiverpoolpoolDee. 3>.-St.

16,834,5(:0

255,500
818,610
379,010
281,770
241,168

Oct.

ADStralla
Britlsn

66,133
173,656

138,847

16,981,500
15;906,60O
16,834.500
15,884,600
16,884,600

368',70i!060
868,6S1,('63

3«,'J08,rcO

Mutilated notesburned.-^ Notes In
r-Motes issued for ret d.—
Aggregate. Circulation
Current week. Aggregate. Current week. -

21
28

July

1870.
$1,811,684

Other Northoru Europe..
Spain
OtberSoutaers Korope...
Bast Indies
China aad Japan

16,111,500

15981,600

85,451,800
84,671,10

107,649,il»0

National bank currency issued (weekly and aggregate), in retur D
(weekly and aggregate)

June 18
June26

Same time

24',666

...

Sermany

16,341,500

9,357,000
18,271,704
20,471,837
20,713,994

15,834,500 861.287,950
15,884,500 361.402 150
15 884.500 362,016,260
15,819,500 86:,627,150
15,819,500 361,694,100
31. .346,288,700 15,819,600 862,108,200

May
June4

1871.
$2,989,019
84,562
108,286
809,809

16366,600

86,766,500

"

107,285,000

26.845,40;),460

endioK.

:

To

16,364,600
16366.6(10

16,261,6(10

2,

The value of expor'tfrom this port to different countriesfexcinsive
1, compared with the corresponding time ol
last year, is shown in the following table
ateat Britain
Fiance
Holland and Belgium..

16,891.500
16,841,500
..,-,.
16,316,500
16 316,600
i».^J»-gyg

^^^^ ^^^
.-Bal. tn Treas.-^ tlflcates
Currency, oniet'd'g.
Coin.

for bills destroyed and mutilated bills returned
with the amount in circulation at date

of specie) since January

Since Jan.l,

16,4112,600

16311,600

Juiiell

1868.
JTor

16,434,CU0
16,434,000

16,841,500

Week

following isastatement of theexports(ezclusive ofspecie)from

New fork

lB,28l,(>n0
16,3!!4,C00

banks

868,511,760 108,126.623
858,668,550 108,284,421

Dec. 8..845,667,(J50
Dec. 10. .846, 181,750
Dec. 17.. 845,707,650
Dec. 24. .843,874,600

Id our report of the dry goods trade will be found the imports of dry

the portof

S.

34.842,384,-.50

Dec.

The

.

10 812,044,850
17.841,919,860

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

|304,438,7c8

1867.
t758,!65

Orygooda
Qeueral

(J

8.. 842,648,300

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Nov

HBW TOBK rOB TBI VBBS.

roBIISK IMFOBTS AT

—
4.. 842,227,760

Jnnell..34i,224.550

COMMERCIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS NEWs.
Imports and Exports »or the Webk. — The imports

For

Total,
endlce CircalatloB. Deposits.
3S8,70S,660
Mav 21 8«,86a,550 16,310,0
750 16i81,00) 858.688,760
Mav 28 34J299
"^

85
78
86 10
29

86
78
86 10
29

For

Week

for National

88
4

497,500
604,000
588,500

11

762600

18
25
8
9
16
33
80
6
13
20
27
3

746,500
733.000
898,600
413,(00
667,000
599,000
620,000
767,600

31

1,085,500
418,000
482,000
453.008
420,(K«
419,600
409,000
443,600
441,000

10

17
84
1

8
15
22
29

42.3,000

652,500
522,000
..

6

13
19
38

8

„

12
17

34
31

,

4930(0
378000
548,000
6)7,000
813,500
833,000
833.600
678,500
446,500

861,803
156,745
657,760
378,756
962,891
818,5;6
238,195
562,493
293,603
830,141
221,848
613,114
898,269
779,606
471,922
480,215
719,590
262,293
806,016
167,887
1,398,169
280,509
4.55,444

974,875
496,650
740,973
813,121
396,583
719,017
689,667
421,888
667,011
760,000

812,700
7i6,768
448,8
585,900
605,200
605,8ra

419,600
612,400
684,800
620,000
753,600
599,200
495,600
588,800
729,900
493,100
664,800
600,000
583,200
613,874
607,600
688,200
333,616
647,100
555,877
7.68,800

284,400
S15,2j6
567,900
498,200
660,074
447,100

331,631

630 959
1,613,686
366,000
1,3''4,07»

1,684,639
260,539

619,480
369,963
667,161
886,8S»
1,630,691
3,888,734
1,976,168
602,168
8,584,989
1,804,869
1,092,138
1,476,778
4,079,648
896,293
3,079,738
3,118,660
1,826,266
.2,256,681
1,305,887
1,591,768
657,048
2,412,686
4,098,614
.3,763,670

6,688,848
1,867,00

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January

:

THE CHRONIULE.

1871.]

7,

State Intareat.— The following is from the moa«y artiTimet
We r«gr«t to bear that default wa» yest rday made in tfce ifold
of the State of
iotereit ilue Jiouiry Ul on the 8 per cent. Bonds
Alabama, alTanc«l a year or two eince to th« Ohittimojfi and
Alabama' Ruilroa Ci)mpiny, t J.OOO.OOD in a u lucit, »» 1 ftl»o in the
gold inti^rest on 8 per c;nl. bond* of the Oonpany in iorsel by tha
rhi" ilrlwiy C>tnState of Alabvni, almut Jl.OOO.OO) in am nint.

Alabama

New York

cle of the

I

pany were
particular

to

biva

pronptly,

proviliiil,

as well «» for thair

L )an,

Dot yet exiUaine
vided the gold in

I,

har-> failed to

New

do

fjr

own
so,

tha Statn interest nn this

interest,

but

for

some

curtee.

and as the State h»i not pro.

the contingency of default in either
bond^ are in discreJit until the
Legitlature, to meet on the 20th of Jannary, shUl proride the remedy.
The new Oireroor, iu a lclei{rara to-day. speaks conUle.Jtly of the
prompt action of that body. Meanwhile the suspense is I'ot a pleasant

case,

its

Yorli

for

indorsi^d

as well as

direct

holders of such securities.
loan in default wai larijely negotiate I abroad by
Erlan^er 4 Co. and John H«nry Schroeder & Co., of Paris and LonIt is
don, tbe godfatber-i of the famous Reble cotton loan of 1363.
rumored that the New Yora correspondents of Messrs. Erlanger
offered the Presi lent of the Rjilway Company a loan of the money
to pay the January interest, but on terms and guarantees which he
wai not prep ^re J to ) isli to.
It is but proper to say that the Alabama State interest, other than
00 the 8 per cents loaned to the Alabama and Chattanooga Road, has
It is fortunate for the New York
Deeo paiJ, as far as presented.

one

f r tlie

The Alabama

market that the bonds in default, which we dud amount to $6,700,000
and indorsed;, are no: all owned or a Ivanced upon tuia side the

(direct

Atlantic.

Na-w York Central Scrip Dlvldenda -Report to the Senate.
—The New York Times, of Timrsday, has the following
:

—

Wabbinoton, January 4. In response to the resolution offered by
Senator Nye, and agreed to December 14th, requesting the Secretary
of the Treasury to "communicate to th'S Senate the proceedings that
have been had relative to the colleetion of the tax on $45,000,000
scrip dividend of the New York Central Railroad Company, and
whether the said tax has bfen paid into the Treasury of the United
Slates," Secretary Boutwell to-day sent to the Senate a copy of a communication addressed to him by the acting Commissioner of Internal
Revenue, under date of December 17th, in which the latter says
"I have to state th It the only Instance In which the liability nt the New
Tork tJentrsi Hallroad Company to a tax on scrip dividend has oeen referred
to this office lor consideration and decision, relates to the question ot taxing
:

ass scrip uivldenrt tlie sum
Company on December 19tli,

ol $-J3,0.3(i 000, representinij the issne Ijy tlie
1B68, of interest cenlflcatea to the amount of
eighiy per cent, ol its capital sto;!;. The preceediOKS of this office with
reference to asitiessin ; a d col.ecting a tax of five per cent, npon said eighty
per cenr. pcrip Isaae h'lVe b'^.-n as follows :
On tlie nth of June, this office directed Supervisor Smytho, of the Northern
Distr ct of New Yorl:, to investigate the affairs of the New York Railroad
Oompaiiy with spxial reference to its liability to tax upon the af./rcaaid issue
of the evidence n esented
"u the 16th of February, 1S70. in vi
of bcrip.
by Mr. ?myth -, Supervisor O'iJttDneli his succcs^'or. was instructed to c>tU!>e
an immeuiate asfessment of tax of five per cent, on sal fcr'p. March 5,
1870, an assesstuent of (1,151,800, the same representing a tax of five per cent,
on t*:j 03(1,0 0, was made agitiuet this Company, and a list ro tainlae said
assessment passed to Collector baiiey, of the Fonrtdenth Di-trict of New
York. '1 his assessment was ordered at the li'ne in order to save ttie Otovernment irum being barred Irom the ussessment of a tax under the flft' en
monlhs' limitation cmtainud in s^-ction iO of act Jane SO. 1868, as amended
by secUon 9 of act July 13, ;8Hti, and to enable the qaestion of liability to be
determined upon the claim for abatement or refunding, as the case may be.
The tax has not yet been collected. Tne collection his been suspended at
three different times—once by a telegram dited March v6, laTO again by a
leiter dated April 9, 1870. and the ltl^t on the 3id of November, when the collection was stayed until January 3, 1871. These susspenslons had been ordered
at the Qrtfent request of the PresiHent, C. Vitnderbilt, B-q., and others,
In behalt of \ha Company, in ord'-r thai they luight, a* they claimed,
have ample opportunity to collect and f jrward evidence in behalf of th-* Company. It is proper to add tnat the seeming delay on the part of this office in
deciding to co lect the tax, has B'ieen from what it conceived to be, not only
Ute des rablene?s, imt the nece.ilty of having all the statements of the t'omftsnj on its own behalt, before determluing so important a question, and
rem the repeated delays of the Company in furnish ng such statements. The
istotniion is herewith returned iu accordance with your request.
Very respectf^ ly,
[Signed]
J. W. DUUiiLJiS, Acting Commissioner.

w

*

:

—

may ba Indebted to tha Oovammant, bat shall make a set off. As to the
right of set off hatwaan Indlvldoals. it does not exist at common law ; hat as It
required In eqnity, and made available by Oonrts of Cbanoary, and has baan
tntrodacod Judfclally at law by statatas. It wonid seam proper to give tha
sanction of an act of Congress to a right so manifestly eqnttsoie and Jost, The
bill In effect provides that, for sll soms dae, or wUcS shall become dne ths
T.^nlted States, for interest paid for any company, the govemmant shall have a
linn on the lands of the company. This will simply give tha United Histas,
practically, a mortgage for the debt dne from the'r dabtors. The only porposa
then to which lands, or thetr proceeds in the first Instance can ba upplled, is
the payment of debts coiitrsctcd In constructing the road, unless tnaaa dMta
be otherwise adequately secured. These debts are either to the holder of ink
mortgage bond', subsidy bonds, or to the general creditors of the compaoia^
with or without the specific security. To some or sll of these the lands shooM
be applied, at lenst so far as necessary to their payment. The claim of tha
Government is paramount. There is no reason why sncb vast Interests shosld
bo left to the exclusive decision of companies, as they are not alone Interestat.
It is only the dictate of justice that nroperty grantea on conditions shoalrt be
made to execnte the conditions, and espetlany when no longer required for
any other purpose of grant. This will only give to the government perform
anccofa condition created for Its benefit regardless of all others. Ths ComIt

Is

mittee conclude by saying
"No reasons exist for conceding more than the law has already conceded.
The concessions have already been on a grand scale by them, subject to rights
reserved. The government should abide. To secure the performance of the
obligations imposed by the law this bill is submitted, with a recommendation
that It be passed."

PAGiriO BAILROAD INTIKS8T.

The Committee on

Appropriation', to-day, made a report in favor of
the bill providing as to the Pacific Railroad bonds, that all sums due
or to become due for interest shall constitute a lien on all b'ind* which
have been or may be so granted, and which remain undisposed of by
the Company,
Thi', the Committee say, simply gives the United
States a mortgage for the debt due from their debtor.

—

Washikotow, January 6. The Home Committee on appropriations
not
rec'-ntly
presented
for
have
yet acted on
the subject
the payment of the interest and principal of bonds of the Pacific
Railroads. The abstract of the report printed this morning, contained
the views of only Judge Lawreoce in explanation of the bill intro
-'need by him in December.
It was merely reported, yester lay, by
Representative Sargent, in order that it might be printed so tbat all
the msmbers of the Committee might have a better opportunity of
reading it in print than in manuscript.
In a few days sll the Committee will be enabled to learn its contents, to whish they are now

uncommitted.

—

In the last number of Thi Cheoniolk attention was called to
the removal of Messrs. Tanner A Co., bankers, to No. 11 Wall street
We have frequently had occasion to call attentiia to tha Ur,;e financial operations of this house in negotiating railroad loan', Ac, and we
presume that their removal to more commodious ofiBces will be marke J
by an increase in their business, both as railway agents and in the line
of general banking.

— Attention

is directed to the card of the agency of the Bank of
North Amerioa, which will be found on antilher page. This
bank is an important dealer in f ireign exchange, an I issues Commercial credits for use in Europe, China, Japan, the E ist and West Indies,
Also buys and sella demand and time bills of
and South America.
exchange, payable in London and elsewhere, and cable transferes.
Demand drafts on Scotland, Ireland, Canada, British Columbia and
San Fr jncisco, are also irsued by this agency, and the collection of biUs
and other banking business is attended to.
The new stock firm of E. Judson Hawley 4 Co., whose card
appears elsewhere, is comprise i of Mr. Hawley and Mr. A. W. Bartlett, both of whom had been out of business for several years, and
now return to the street to profit for themselves and their customers
by their long experience and ample means for doing business at the
Stock Exchange.

British

—

UUm

— Banking Hocse of

'I

of the necessity that the claims of the Company be fully set forth
before the decision is given, consented to a postponement of the hearing until February 10th, when it will proceed without further delay.

ail

drawn upoa any

We

;

Wall

Co., 82
in

St.,

N. Y.

currency or

either

city bank.

issue Circular Letters of Credit for travellers, available in

parts of the world

—

coin

Checks upon us pass tiirongb theOlearing House as

daily balances.

;

also.

Commercial Credits.

We

draw

Bills of

all

Ex

change and make telegraphic transfers of money to any desired point
and transact every description of foreign bankiuir busioe's.

We

issue Certificates of Deposit

bearing interest and available at
Collections

made

in

payable on demand or at fixed date

all

money

centers.

any part of the world.
Clkws, Habiobt

PAO FIO EAILBOAD BONDS.

the Pacific Railroad, terms npon which it was
authorized to De constructed, quoting the acts of Congress, amount of bonds
Isssed, and the recent opinion of the Attorney-General of the United States.
The Committee say the Union Paciflc, Sioux City, and Pacific Companies have
responded that the law does not require them to pay either principal or interest
of the bonds until their maturity. The other companies made no answer, and
none of them have made any payment. They deny the right of the United
States to retain an interest account. More than half the amount of their earn,
ings for the transportation of the government mails, freights, troops, &c. On
the Cth December, a bill was introduced la the House of Itepreseutatives. and
referred to the Committee on Appropriations, which provides that the said
bonds and all sums due or to become due for interest on the principal paid, or
which may be paid, shall constitute a lien on all lands which have been or may
be so n'anted, and which remain undisposed of by the companies. It also provides that lands shall only be sold with the approval of the Secretary of the
Treasury, and on conditions which shall secure the proceeds to he applied as
far ai necessary to reimburse the United States for all sums that have oeen or
may be advanced to pay the Interest on the principal of bonds, and to finally
pay the bonds and the XTnlted Shall not pay any money to any company while

FIPIANCIil.

Five per cent interest allowed upon

subject to check without notice.

Representative Sargent, to-day, made a report on the House resolution to secure indemnity to tbefKInited States in certain cases.
He
stated the report had been drawa by Judge Lawreoce, of the Sub-

committee.
The report gives the hlstorr of

AND

Hinbt Olkws A

Deposit accounts can be opened with us

if

he conneel for the New York Central Railroad ComjANUAav 6.
paoy appeared at the Internal Revenue Bureau to-day, ani stated that
the Company were not ready to present their case, and asked fur a
further uxtenlion of time, to enable them to prepare their papers
for preseutatiun, which is rupresented to be a very laborious work.
Commissioner Pleasonton, in viiiw of the magnitu le of the case, and

1%«

a

Co., 6 Lothbury, London.

BARVKT nSK.

*.

»

BATCH.

FISK A HATCH,
Bankers and Dealers in Oovemment Securities, 1
>
No. 6 Nassau street,
New York, Jan. 2, 1871. )
The subjoined table will show the gross earnings and operating expenses of the main line of the Central Pacific Railroad (Silt Lake to
San Francisco), and the number of miles operated in each year, from
the

oommencemeot

to the present

Miles Operated.
SI to

fggS

18M" ';;
18OT ;!.

;ir.i;i..
.

..

...

M

Sato

M

»4
to 187

.4«8to71«

\Xm
18TO";.":.'.'.".'!.'

Total

7«to900

time

:

Gross Ksmlngs.
»401,M1 9S

eeMlIST
:,47ll,66'.

BO

6,«70.8M»B
7. W0.T10

W

$M,eW,SU

39

Op. Kxpenses
$m.(>6«5S
M0,710«1
»KI,M«

W

?,fl<W5«19
<.0«IMI64

W

$8,6«l,6481f

.

:

following will

$i80.S74
6i>4,2i«

ism....
]M8....
irm.

1,189,740
1,467,600
2,617,299
8,860,148

185,880
277.140
995,010
1,084,860
i.ooo.aso

1870.'.!;;....".

the

tables

foregoing

Loans and

100 miles

in

its

names

7K®W

months.

mt
®15
®TH

8

;:•;,*'' <*!?'•

4to6month».
.60

9
7

dayi

B»»>'r''«"^.=i»^SS^&:::::::::.::;::::::::::::::::3-toim<^&

local busiis

nel earnings from local traffic

bonds, independently

its

45;0S4.603

6

single
""

ness, a fact which demonstrates that the Central
independent of the through connection for its character as a self bje-

alone would more thsn pay the interest upon

34,379,609
180,190,445
48,896,481

45,M5;353

movement within the last
The banks appear to have concluded that the
days
consequently buying
pressure from call borrowers is past, and are
that quotapaper frely at the current full rates, on the supposition
The following are the current rates for
tions may early decline.
prime paper
per cent
T (a7H
Commercial, first class endorsed
;:::'.;:i'Son¥h8.
7H0 8H

tS.fW.M*

Pacific Railroad

taioing and profitable road, and that

^,ra6,H2

31150887
179 129,394

operation.

wns from

the earnings frr 1870, atlnast 65 per cent,

sitee.aos

S.Si'l

construction, without through bueinese, and,

for the first three years, with less than

|259,090,057

In discounts there has been a freer

;

was under

'L«>i'Ji'g„

two

over
Bailroad has earned, in six years, more than $10,000,000 net
expenses and
operating expenses anJ nearly $6,000,060 over operating
while, during four years and a half of that
iaterest on its bonds
time, the road

31. 1869.

t-»0,406.387

18«1 995

Le^al^'fendere::'.:"""""""--

1,692,949
2,269,916

Dec.

81, 1810,

«a68 417 418
*^'»8 8 6

Clrcalatlon

will be seen that the Central Pacific

it

,,„„„„..
dlsconnto

specie....

46S,6!I0

$4,184,281
$4,184,231

$10r079>5

Total

From

:

Dsb.
.

$178,161
B.S8 828
882,600

»io«,in

MM....

IMS....

business.
in operations outside their legitimate
ol the
The following statement shows the present condition years
date in the last two
associated banks, compared with the same

:

Snrplns ot
iBlerest on
OnUtandine Net Earnings
Bonded Debt. Over Interest

Net Earning*

1871.

?,

firms supposed to be engaged
has affected the paper of commercial

the nel earnings, inlercet liabilitieB, and eur

ehow

plus eBroings of each year for the same pel iod

Of

[January

THE CHRONICLE.

14
The

:

;

merThere were reports on the street this afternoon of further
The only two Boston suspensions that
cantile failures in Boston.
we feel justified in publisliing are Hall, Dame & Bulloch and
& French, both of which, it is said, are traceaHorswell, Kingsley
ble to the Ames failures.

The name

a Boston house having a

of

branch at Kansas City, is also reported among the
of its
small but
In this city the failure of Buckley, Murfey & Cecil, a
The security of the principal, and the assurance of regular and very respectable house, dealing in Yankee notions, was made
of the susprompt payment of interest, which are afforded in the valuable prop- known on the street to-day. There are also rumors
pension of a Philadelphia dry goods house.
erty and immense revenue of the road render the Central Pacific bon^s
has not maintained the firmer
Tl S Bonds.— The Bond market
as safe and reliable an investment as can be made. They are daily
The Treasury purchases of bonds for
feeling' noted last week.
quoted on the regular call of the New York Stock Exchange, and of
in
the month of January, although |6,000,000 against $4,000,000
several of the most important Stock Fxchanges of Europe, and can be December, are not so large as some recent speculative buyers had
the sale of some
as readily sold at quoted market price as the bonds of the United expected, and this disappointment has caused
the
round amounts. There has been a good counter demand, and
Statee Government,
amounts coming from investors have not been large nor was the
HATCH.
FISK A.
amount offered at the Treasury purchases, being only f.o.3>57.»00
difiicult to
against proposals to purchase $2,000,000, so that it is
to the
explain the workings except from the disappointment as
quotations
months' purchases by the Government. The highest
subwere made on Tuesday, from which there has been a decline
This afternoon the market was
sequently of i@| per cent.
firmer, and at the close prices showed an upward tendency.
The followlnK Dividends have been declared dnrine the past week
The following were the highest and lowest prices of leading
Per Whin Books Closkd.
COIOPAIIT.
Cknt. P'ABLK.
government securities at the Board on each day of the past week
BUBpensions.

large and increasing business.

;

®l)e

©alette.
DIVIDENDS.

iSttnkere'

Uatlroads.

Macon

A Weaero
Si Potomac
Bank*.

Jan.
Deo.

Winchester

Commonwealth

Dec. 31
Dec. 81 Dec. SO to Jan.

i\ hi ional
Leatliei Manoiacturcrs' National..

Insurance.
Hanover Fire
American Exchange Fire

6
6

United States Fire

7
S
6

ItercaniileFlre
Montank Fire (BrooklTn)
Americm Fire
Globe Fire

1

6

GermaalaFiie
Oolnmbia Fire
Tradesmen's Fire
Importers'

6

B
1

i Traders' Flre...

5

BtarFire

Tonkers

A New Tork Fire

i:ommcrcIal Fire
Kxcelsior Fire
Clinton Fire
HeilefFiro
Commercit Fire

.

B
5
5

..

5
7

6
6

gmplreOlty Fire

on dem.
Dec. 31
on I em.
on dem.
Dec,
Dec.

Jan. 10
on dem.

on dem
on dem
on dem.
on dem.
on dem.
on dem.
Jan. 9
on dem
I

6

81
81

on dem.
on dem.
on dem.

3.

Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wertnesd'y
Jan. 4.
Jan. 8.
Jan.:.
Dec. 31.
iiox iiox 110J< llOX
«'S, 1881 coup..., I13«118V
108X ....
108X109
5a6'B,i862oonp.«;o8j<ioex
I'JSK 108K •108X108),
108
6a0'9,1864 "
"
108>i lOSH 108>Jl08X
'lOTJ^lOlX
B-20'e,1865
"
lOTX .... 107M 107X
llOX ....
5-30'e, 1865 n
107,H lOSJi 107H 107X
llOX UOX
5-M B, 1807 '•
108 J< 103N 108M ....
"
5-20'9,1868
lll)i ....
imji .... 106« lOTVi
10-40'8,
"
106¥ 106JS
...
IIOM .... UOM
llOM UOH
Currency 6's
•

This

Is

the prtce bid and asked, no saU

was made

at the

Jan.

llOK

5.

110?<

UOS

loexioex 108K
108

....

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lOJlJ
108

Dec.

15.

llOJiUOX

874XC
87X
IIOS
19X
-

Illinois Central Railway Bhares
Erie Railway shares

S0._

88X

19X
State

a7x

1»K lux

113

:

80«
B^%
37X
113«
19M

89S'

90
87

88X
87X
87X

UOX

110

Board.

Jan.r-Slnce Jan. IJTl-,
Hl^h.
Low.
S.

Dec.

»2.

88K

6s, 6-208, '62
68, 6-208, '67
U.S.Bb, 10-408

U.S.
U. B.

....
.,,.
....
....
....

107
107X IffJ
107X 107H icrixi07H
lOTKlOS
;06« .... 10<iX 106 j<

Closing prices ot securities in London have been as follows
Dec.

:

Friday,
Jan. 6.

Thursday,

•il

91

88X
118

Bonds the market

Jim
State and Railroad Bonds.-In
Tennessee b 8
been dull and prices unsteady and rather lower.
Carolina s have been
have declined about 1 per cent.; North
more active and
neglected and weak South Carolina's have been
yesterday and to-day, the price touching
firmer, until
The decline appears to
to-day' against '631 on Tuesday.
Legislatwe produe mainly to the introduction of a bill into the
the Uty ol
posing that the State shall assume the railroad debt of
Charleston.
,
,
ij
i««™f
The State of Ohio still maintains its refusal to pay gold interest
old bonds.
on its
-r.
j
i. We learn that $2,000,000 more of Tennessee Bonds ha-Ve been,
Road.
or will be soon paid by the Nashville and Decatur

m

;

FaiDAT EVENWQ. January 6, 1871
T«i« ISoner Market.-The week opened with a slight relief
from the excessive stringency of last week, and under apprehen
ion of a renewal of the late " locking up " operations, rates were
paid on call loans much beyond the legal limit. Later, however,
there being no symptomsof artificial manipulation, and the money
disbursed in the payment of dividends having begun to return
Union Pacifies,
into the banks, and there has been an easier feeling. To-day, at the
In railroad bonds the chief feature is still the
dose of business, there was no difficulty in borrowing on good which have been irregular in sympathy with the various reports
coUalerals at G@7 per cent from which it is concluded that the respecting the financial position oi parties holding large amounts
paying interest
pressure has passed its climax. The Treasury has partially con
of the securities. The fact that the Company is
trlbuted to this improved feeling by purchasing this week $2,000,- on its bonds, as advertised, has, however, strengthened the prices
000 ol Five Twenties, in lieuof |l,000,000, the late weekly amount, both of bonds and stock but this evening, in consequence ot
suspension.
and by making its purchase of bonds before selling its gold
further failures at Boston, growing out of the Ames
the reverse course, hitherto adopted, having had the inconve- prices fell off materially. At 3;45 «ie following were the quotanience of depriving the banks of so much currency for one day, tions in the Long Room First Mortgages, 7U@72 Land Grants,
which this order of the operations obviates. It is ascertained that 55@56; Incomes, 84i@35; and stock, ll|@llf. These pnces are
the money lately locked up by street operators has been again pnt 2@3 per cent below the best quotations of the week. L^entrai
in circulation, from which it is inferred that their interference with Pacifies re-nain active and very firm, closing to-day at 90J ex int.
quotations.
the money market has been permanently abandoned.
bid, which is an advance of about 1 per cent on our last
There has been less demand for currency from the West and The House of Representatives Committee has not yet reported
the South, and although the Western receipts of hogs are large, upon the subject of the Pacific Railroad bonds and their interest,
yet there is little prolMibility that any further important amounts and the Washington dispatches of yesterday to that effect were
of currency will be called for in connection with that movement. so far erroneous. The report will not be made for several days
After the extreme stringency of the last two or three weeks, it is
to be expected that we shall have a sharp -rfaction. and an easy
Some demoralization in Alabama securities, and in new railroad
market is favorably expected by the 1.5th or 20th of the month. bonds by the failure of the Alabama and Chattjinooga Railroad to
The failure of Messrs. Gardner, Bacon & Co. in the Southern trade, pay its January interest on about $4,000,000 of bonds, guaranteed
was announced on Wednesday. The suspension was due to the by the State. This default appears to have iirisen from a disfailnre of Oakes Ames, who had accepted Q, B. & Co's paper to a agreement among the directors, and a failure to ;notify the btate
considerable amount. Some other minor failnres have occurred in of the default on the part of the company. The following disdifferent places, as the result of the Ames' suspension.
This has patch has been received from the Governor of Alabama by the
produced an uneasy feeling respecting a certain class of loans, and Financial Agent of the State in this city " Say to tli»" holders of
•

,

v™

;

:

;

:

:

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«

January

8

:

.
.

M™d«y,
•""

SatardAy,
1)00.3'..

•«l

•• N.Ctr.. old.,

•45

•s N.C*r., n"w.
«• Vlr(t.,old....
«• S C, n, J .lb .1
41 Mluourt

ThU

•

1»

*

Jan.

2.

Tiiradav, Wodnoad'y, Thuraday,
.Ian. S.
Jan. 3.
Jau. 4.

6S

«8H

....

«»H

(»!<
45

«t

H\

•»s<

M^
n\

'....

!4

•<H

65

••7i<

87«

....

•SiK 89X

NX

WH

the orlcc hid and askxd. no

Railroad and

..?.

....

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(3

M)2

44V

»l

....
....

"X

Vis
mv MX mW
«7«
tSii M

«3»

....

90

...

ft)

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'WH

New York Central & Hndson

ft.

&

&

Lake Shore

St.

Uec.

•N.y.Cent&H.R

Jan.

31.

2.

91H 93
s;s SSX

scrip

"131

23

....

ReadUiK

Island...

....

131^

22X

illix

Panama

....

TIK TiX
83

82

....
....

Ohio, Mlislsslo
Central ot N.J. 106
Ohlc.AAIton.. ..
do
do pre( "114

Clev..C,C.&l
Col.Chlc* I.O

105

10t(<

52X
7IX
28^

pref....

91X 93X
49X 49X

TJX 13
Kik «iS
106X

Fort Wayne...
et.Paul

do

91H
R7X

99)i 100

Lake Shore.... ns 92H
Wabash
49!-.
495ii
PUtsbnrg
"105X 106
Northwest
do
prer

....

5JX

as
23
;04
113
116

116

71X

71
2-S«

105H
....
....

8a!<

nX

93

pref 108X ...
• Illinois Centr'l "IS^H 138
Mich. Central. "116

18

•136X

.

USX

73!,85),'

2X

IK

13X lax
45X ....

IIX
44V

•9v iox
40X V>'4
64X ....

•9V IOX
39X 40X
6tX 65
4SW 43X
S3X ....

Pacific Man....

Adams Kxpr'BS
Am. Merch.Un

2X

United states.
Wells, Kargo.,

•S3

•32X

the price bid and asked, no tale

«v

::::
9'li^

91

92

48X 49X
105

TOX UX
SIX 82X

117
74

•73
"82

lOS

104X

69V
81H

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71

4SJj
105

70}i
61>;i

lOP..

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27V

92;,-

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:i>4
•iS'.i

loo;,-

114«

•72X

....

94X

95

82V

llOJi

2x

10

39V 40
64X ...
43X ....
33X S3V

-

17X
104V

MX

....
....
....

94X

139X 139X
116

117

88X 88X

88X

2X

'^

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iix lax

« 44X
jx 'H
89X 39X
64X ....

'2

....

VA

UV
44X

jiv io"
39X 39X

64

64X

was made

at the

....

•33

34

42X
S3S

43

34

M

43

34X

....

Board.

We

:

Open-

-<iuotatlon*Low- High-

.....
ing.
_ , ^
^
•aturday.Dec31....110X
IIOX
Monday. Jan. 2
TuesdaV,
••
3....!!nj<
Wednday, " 4....110V
Thursday,
5 ...UOX
Friday,
••
6. ..UOX
•

•

Current week.,
Previous week

•

UOX

.UOX

est.

est.

llOV

llOX

\\os

UOX
UOX
UOX
UOX
UOX

llOX
IlOV
llOX

UOV

ClosIng.

Total
Clearings

UOV I43,636,(»0
Holiday
UOX 30,315.000
37.229,000
UOX
UOX
21,080X00
UOV 23,318,000
UOV 145.576.000
oj
liOS

14l,790;00O
141,790,000

.

Balances
Gold.
Currency.
,

(3,TI0,S0»

banks Dec

81

Total knowii supply....

The following

$18,389,736
31.061
4,030,434

246.89«

..$22,998,145

withdrawn

1,473,618
1,912,630
1,4!«.100
l.S15,;65

1,812.215
2 !3l,S57
1,590.806
1.818,331

1,615,165
i;316;784
1316,784

1

918 331
i;5S9;818

in the

couuted for
vvuui.u n>r
fojr

],37«,.'ift7

40

1.863,706 46
1,700,181 04

Balance Jan. 6

ISB.TCS 86 tl,»Bl,88»

910,738 29
228, 24S 59
217.217 73
1,.111 923 .15

6,263,408
l.S95.5.m
769.047
2,288,435

70
HI
25
86

M

1,847,786 14
1,744,M6 «1
1,412,S8<
314,978 88

M

02 $3,002,040 32 «1],141,0U 47 $«,811.245 16
66,021,808 58 $ 10,998,405 83

»0,!i!8,-fl0

H 000,445

05
6ill,-45 16

11,141,014 47

$61,709,491 13

$S,039,JOT 79

New York

City Banks.— The following statement shows th*
condition of the Associated Banks of New York City for the week
ending at the commencement of business on Dec. 31, 1870
AVKRAGS

'

Loans and

Banks.
New York
Manhattan

Capital

Discounts. Specie,

AMOTTIfT OF
Legal
ClrrnlaNet
tlon. Deposits. Tenders.
$?88,wu
$88. .000 »7.375,,00

$3.00U,U00 $9,516.5011 t2.2iO,!>i.O
2,050.000
5,2TP,-:00
392,900
.... 3.000,000
Merchants' . ..
e.i2i,r,oj
l.M2,3(:0
Mechanics
2,000,000
5,798,41,0
448,6fO
Union
.... 1,500.000
4.234 ,0C0
700,100
... 8,000,000
America
7.231 .s-y
1,122.314
PhcDnlx
1,800,^00
3.P97,6.i6
610.500
1,000,000
City
5,617.458
7R1,515
i.OOO.OOO
Tradesmen's
2.90:i.320
40, .18
Fulton
600,000
1.993,7B6
188,347
snoooo
Chemical
6,141,905
309,680
Merchants' Kxchange.... 1.2:«,000 2,9 8,6i2
65,929
1,500,000
3.4»3.flS9
National
568,3.16
Butchers'
800,000
.'0.400
2,l:i0,700
600,000
Mechanics and Traders'.
1,M1,W,0
12,800
200.000
Greenwich
9.37,423
600,000
Leather Manuf. National
S3V.33i
3,101.987
National.
33.'i,a56
500,000
82,818
Seventh Ward,
I
York
2^000,000
715,119
State 01
4..55«.23)
:i;9.5(0
5,000,000
9,7::!',iXI0
American Exchange
l,0ii3>l
10,000,000 22,55S.6;7
Commerce
161..«00
1,000.000
Broadway
5,,'88.6CO
I.OOO.OOO
50,520
Ocean
2,261.053
121.1C0
1,000.000
3.218,900
Mercantile
422,700
23.150
1,791.830
Paciflc
2,000.000
1,219,291
Republic
5,559,805
450,000
132,100
Chatham
2,052,300
412.500
l,'i:0.«.«i
7,(21
People's
1,000,000
147,159
2.593,100
Worth American
1.000,000
2,II0.OS4
197,.507
Hanover
500.000
12,000
1.919.000
Irving
4,000.000
1,223,599
9,877,250
MetropoUtan
400.000
29,505
1.642.561
Citizens
93,570
1,000.000
2.062,800
Nassaa
150,600
1,000.000
2.856.10O
Market
47«!0
1.000.000
2,640.0(0
Bt. Nicholas
116,200
1,500.000
3,19>.,0(0
Shoe and Leather,
I.OOO.OOO
41,500
2.670,300
Corn Sxchange
214.427
2,000.000
4,193,739
ContlnenUl
750.000
66.900
2,339.400
Commonwealth
1.710
300.000
1,273.110
Oriental
61.720
400.000
1,483,890
Marine
39.081
300.000
1.001,349
Atlantic
330,900
Importers and Traders'.. 1,500.000 9,297.800
1,245,984
2,000.000 15,209,319
Park
53,700
500.000
1.050,900
Mechanics' Banking Ass.
4,640
300.000
663,962
Grocers'
^5,987
400,000
1,221,920
NorthKiver
6,500
850,000
895JiOO
KastBlver
1,200
500.000
i.316.000
Manufacturers Mer. . .
1,115.800
5.000.000 16,f 60,700
FonrthNatlonal
3;!7,217
3,000,000 10,r.83.h00
Central National
1.303.000
300.000
Second National
251,(00
6,045.000
1,000,000
Ninth National
01.200
S34!,f.00
500,000
First National
459.700
8.851.700
1,000.000
Third National
6.600
Tork N. Exchange' 300.000 1.121,«00
47.600
3^71.400
I.OOO.OOO
TenthNational
7,314
9 .S.315
250,000
Bowery National
1.062.1CO
2<0,000
York County
99.17«
2.563.394
German American
1,000,000
5,415
1,507.4.',7
200,000
Bullsriead
2,153
459.466
00,000
Stuyvesant
514,887
20O.0CO
Sieve >th Ward

8,2.W,0(,0

777,134

l,S37,8.'iO

.537,2(0

1,8;6,025
3,899,400
2,110,113
'
1,608,090
1,660,000
1,1(6,600
751,183
2.017.460
892.910
2,946,418
5.058,700
6.262.253
3,925,0

395.954
1,039,442
588,666
269,325
4i2,5(0

4.'>1,01S

48:1,884

253.t01
193.000
2.929
260,665
163.052
493,000
963,700
4,121. .335

910,000
796, 35
450,000
4,T20
8.57,613

128,000
5,935
4,0CO
290,407
191,278
1,797,070
182,257
3,946
517.700
738.700
825.S00
5,737
565,401
236,600
4,670
3CO,0CO
98,273
rO2,610
1.023,'

305.400
2.015
11,000
273,400

&

New
New

Wermania
Iilanufacture.3

&

10) uoil

263.117,418

2.-,n.ooo

5OK.0OC
200,000

Builders

877
2,929,2(0
l,SfO,0C0
267,000
792,000
834,000
766,500
267.200
902,000
225.000
179,200

2.m6

790.111
667.857
R17.S00
1,052,919

siiilO^

gighth National
American National

681,900
1,861,000
675,400
319,500
1,299,002

9,800
883.500
530,055
464,400
1,410
503,260

33 4!0
3.200
6.10)

5,465,100

4,O283C0
2,001,500
5,'J40365
2.270,996
4,168,212

84.1.032

2,643,400

1.421310
4,',M.628
2,392.400
1.2S8.190
2,062.700
1,1S0,912
1.826,000
4,778.060
1,202.460
1.91«,836
1,694,700
982,900
2,208/100
1,510 800
2,446.413
1,990,700
1,050,450
1,195,830
643,572
9.021,600
15,511,848
1,371,9(0
539,641
1,125,840
535,400
999,700
12,814,400

4.33,188

260,OCO

838,400
187.791
699,834
360.359
451,408

1,241^00
8,428!C94
1, 465.800
297.648
194.7C0
321.720
813,924
493.800
116.568
268.000
301,974
578,00)
1,071,2(0

SS1,'K0
253.35(1

405.7fO

iOO.WQ
722.500
188.00S
622,000
531,700
307,820
3,50,850

160.7SJ
2,197,500
2,'«2,819
717,400
1.59,502

5.390.000

268,900
219,800
185,000
8,198.600
2,480,780
868,000
1,438,000

8.51 1 .300
4.811,900

1,118,000
1.033,0(0

9,257,a0
1,051,.500

701.200
2,873,800
989,885
»66,S0i)

2,0«8J<M
(5^415

275J500
1,007,700
300,149
319,»0O
160,377

l.fOl.liW

5>I.4n

M.9«

500.080
J50.«X)
447,000

N.404

54.3.145
710.6.58

it 1.281

8M.9t«

815.0OO
1,033.020

ilV.OOO

20,82831622.153,514 188J33,9»5

45JI5.S5$

The

deviations from the returns of previous

Dec

toans

ei.SiS 711

I

Inc. 2,439,0S0 Legal
29.4691

Bpe<:le

week are

Deposits..

Tendore

$461,803
9,«4I,0I5
20,828,316

»i,i,o..ui
$7,939.01

foreign and Ameri-

as follows

Dec.
Dec.

*\«'<\'
1,4M,M>'

Dec.

OJrcnlatloe

The following

are the totals for a series of

weeks post
Legal

Circnla-

Total withdrawn and In bank. $80,987,169
£xcesB of
supply not ac-

are the quotations in gold

635,000 00
719.000 05
602,000 00

Total

for export
receipts Into Sub-Treas.

Gold
In banks Dec. 31.

.13

t3,334,452

The general movement of coin and bullion at New Tork,
week ending Saturday, December 31, was as follows
Foreign Imports
"""""'
"~
Gold paid out by Sab-TreBS*y.
Receipts from California (approximate)
7.

l.EOI.es*

CnrrODCy.

Gold.

New

73

106X 106X

116X

13X ux
44X 46X

9X

48

'116X r.8

82K
17X

•13«

•a

22X 7i2i
»SH 98V
n% 91X

100

75

•17

....
....

sex

6.

13 1

'114

'TZ

I138X

....

102

117X

....
....
....

106X

106

Jan.

48X

7iX TiH
27X 28X

lOIX lOliV •97
•"" 115
115
115X

87X
14
45

51

SO

46\000 00

t72..050,50fi 60

transactions in the Gold Room have
been quite limited and the premium steady, as will be seen from
the subjoined quotations.
There is little disposition at present to
either buy or sell, as the prospects of the market and opinion
differs considerably as to the future course of the premium, though
perhaps the feeing predominates in favor of an ultimate rise.
hear of some considerable transactions in the way of " puts" and
"calls," which will lay the basis for an ultimate active state of
the market. The payments of interest by the Treasury have no
perceptible effect on the premium, having been previously calculated upon.
The Treasury programme for the month includes
sales of $4,000,000 of coin, same as in December.
For carry
ing gold, the rates today have been 6@7 per cent.
The following table will show the course of the gold premium
each day of the past week

can coin:

"

Paym'ts during week..

The Gold niarket.-The

la

i3I

Total. »2,833.0)0 00
Balaoce, Dec. SO

90V 91X
86*- SlZ

101
92

92X

.

43'.

"
5.

98X

TIX
sax

116

Union

87

..

M

,

-.

—-Payments.

-RecoiptB.
Gold.
Currency.
$1,286,157 79 tl,23<i.915 73
.. .Holiday

81 ^'

ISOX

its 91X

86 V

Is

Honse.
Becelnte.
t39a,0(!0 00

85,V
131
117

91X 91X
87X 87X

92X sax
51« 5IX
72X 73)<
27K 28 !i

17S

»-.

I06X

106

Morris &Esnex
B..Hart.&Erle
Paciflc.

X

wiaiojs i05«

do

West. Vn. Tel.
Mariposa
do
prel..

71

....'US

73
•81 !<

17X I'S
Del.,l,ack.,*\V 103H104
Bann., St. Jos. 97
9<X

This

:

,

5..

lOlVWBX 101X105

93X
51

....

*""
Jan.

*
4.

9i
87
132

99:^ 100
91X ?aj<
49X 49Ji
104 J,' 105 v<

si'4

lOlX 106

US

T3
82

'
Jan.

K'4

23X

»8X

''""
"
Jan. 3.
91X OSX

81(4
132

I31«

•Brie

Rock

The transactions for the week at the Custom House and SubTreasury have been as follows
Custom
Snb-Treasnry.
Dec.
Jan.

Western Union Telegraph
32X
The Internal Revenue Office has postponed the decision in
regard to the ta'? upon New York Central scrip dividends to February 10th pros.
The following were the highest and lowest prices of the active
_
list of railroad and miscellaneou.9 stocks on each day of the last week.
Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesd'y Thursday,
Krklay,

_ do
^Barlem

Prussian ihalers.

68>i

187
1J8
40
-ISV

Paciflc .Mail

,

Frankfort

99)<

Michlcan Central

"

Bremen

94X

Paul
"
preferred

Illinois Central

9.I«X*8.!7X
s.iixas.isv
""

Hftlnhurg

108X

A Michigan Southern

"

9

Antwerp

Amsterdam

72X
8*^
Si^
71X

preferred

Mllwaakco

10»X9 109X
108X9 W8V

Swiss

86>f
81,V

m^

...par.

80 Days.

London bankers
"
commercial

lOSJi

"

premium.

^J

8..
4..

Nortbwestcm

OtXii 1 0$X
premlara.

p. c.

South American dollars

:

1860.

88

3<^

04

1

Spanish dollars

....

<0X DOK
89X ....

M

1

Mexican dollars

ISO

ISU

foreign bondholders, although there has been a fair supply of
cotton and produce bills. The market closes at an advance of
on our last quotations, the following being the closing rates

45

-asi*

1870.

scrip

Island

Chicago
"

401
18

Paris (bankers)

Reading

Hock

W

Forelsn BxchanEe.-The Exchange Market has been rather
more active, owing to remittances against the January coaponi of

Stock*.— Tho Btock market

River

"

10 89

Patriot doubloons
15 90
Araorloait silver (old coinage)
1(^2 P.O.

Board.

at the

doubloons

.Y

Fivn franca
Franca
Kngllsh allrer
Prussian thaler*
snc.
Sncclo ihalers

3 88
7 90
8 10

7 75
7 99
8

SpHiilsli

...

•44X

8 84

ihalers

PrusHlnn X thalers
X guilders

»l\

US

'US

....

Jan.

«S

WH

OV

$4

— M)4i
—M
— a$
— 1»
4
— 75
(9

American allver (new)..
Dimes and half dimes ..

- premium.
~ $1 n

4 p. e.
-' 8)

Kapoleona

German

Friday

....

«SX

63><

mlt waa made

I*II*roll>neoiii«

"

:

:

16

Sovereigns

opened strong, but subHequently fpU offand closed weak. Tlio demoralized feeling caused by the failures previously alluded to. bos postponed the expectations of a January rise, and the " bull " opera"
tors appear to have adopted the policy of encouraging a " short
sales.
The consequence has been a decline of 1@3 per cent in the
speculative list.
The following are the prices of the leading railroad stocks at
the close of 1869 and 1870.
"

.

American gold (old coinage)

thege Becuritles that I will invite the Immediate attention of the
Leplglaturn on its rcnwoniblinjr o« the 18th mutant, to thl« jjrave
and important nubjoci. In tlic moantinio, in my name you may
pledgee to the creditors of the State of Alabama that she will be
true and faithful to her obligatioDB in the future, as she Lob been
in the past."
The following: are the highest and lowest prices of the most
•ctive State Bonds at the Board on each day of the week
««T«Bn., old...
8a T«nn, new...

.

THE CHHONKXE

lb7l.]

7,

:

Loans.

Specie.

tion.

Acgrecat

Deposits. Tenaers.

Clearinn

66,616,254
53,848,970
63,481,341

661788,40

210,088,428
July
3. 27«,496..')01 81,«11.3.30
Inly
9. 277.7a3,427 3.5,731.434 »1,'.f0.387 219,726,488
41,135.688 82,027,75)8 2.'M,nt,S6S
July 16. 285,377.318
July 23. 286.090,708 94,S68,«M Sa,9»9.337 »I3,9«S,618
July 30. 281,939,848 30,263,890 88,005,683 ($7,686,701
6. 281.1S'J,1I4 96,472.5»9 32,043,144 t20,819,MI0
Aui;.
Ane. 13. 278,6-17,619 24.104,309 82.909.1611 216,074,494
Aug. io'. 276,'R2",93« 2o',783',346 32,839',667 «)5,6S!,818
.33,(j70,.3H5

6.8,978,711

490.180,9(1

623,S49,4R
76»,S49.4a

64,887,961 602,709,74
6«,287,188 448,069,04
44«,691,64
61, 78.262
10,868,580 40t'.l»6,87

.
.

.
.

a3,904,90«

aSCBQUMS

19. in8,9S6,974

267,037,617

t. »*.

Sspt,
Oct,
o.t.
Oct.
Oct.

Sti«,386,601

80.
8.
15.
92.

264,981,829
265,«76,790
26S,«66,89«
265,619,<88
883.293,906
266,176,866
264,609,216
261,608,116

29.

Nov. 8.
Not. 12.
Not. 17.
Not. 86
Dee. S.

866,26.3,143

DfC. 10. 86<,147,232
Dec. IT. 268,378,918
Dec. 91. 864,811,129
863,417,418

19.839,884

:96,852.4S0
193,4 9,916
19:,06h,S02
191,068,674
187,701,117
187,489 715
159,878,983
193,077,793
194,769.716
198.620,937
194,900,406
194,4)5,073
194,991,319
19<,181.355
192.024,391
188,748,754
188,223,998

84,783,(146

14,670,714
lS,2T,fl81
12.597,641
11,610,708
11,948,118

82,718,199
3-2,593.i09

82,«67,705
82,817.086
32,420,509
82,374.611
82,379,668
82,301,52*

13,108406
14,899.646
17,124.489
17,580,925
18.222,617
17,108,066
16,936,8«8
17,980,673
18,839,756
20,888,846

32,353.6'i9

32,238,388
32,185,477
82.154,358
3J,182,9&J
32,153,514

419.4S!0,66«

48.959,713
49,730,T72
48,072,105

931,966,100

»upc. 8. a(l,M14,t45 l»,i8>,<tl» 39,73«,6a
Sept. JO. «T1,796.781 18.718 809 8a,H97.16S
Pept. 17. »6S,408,700 16,517,181 S»,750,7S8

8«

35B,55i.SrC
451,930,079
419,769,367
441,899,8S5
875,404,190

49,062,63-1

49.417,936
61,084,092
50,275,286

455.rt()3,460

50 626.!(79

533,547,310

82,8!«,812
53,009,099
53,999,251
53,832,019
62,716,773
61.826,556

627,2<I8,874

259,398,843
647,219,377
48S,051,4S9
537,056,077
424,026,444
491,713,943
638,693.491
537,803,606
656,028,523
467,692.883

61.2.')7,656

49,124.022
47,442,080
46,739,f^8S

45,245,358

—

PHILADELPniA BANKS. The following is the average condition
Banks for the week preceding Monday, Jan. 3,

of the Philadelphia

1871:
Total net
Capital.
Loant. Specie. L. Tend. Deposits. Circniat'n
$1,600,000 |5,207,0O0l354,0O0:tl,132,OOO »3,782,00C $1,000,000

Banks.
Philadelphia

North America

...

1,000,000
3,000,000

4,070,070
4,896,498
810,000 2,879,000
800,000 2,246,000

& Mcch..

Farmers'

Commercial
Mechanics'
Bank N. Liberties

,

Boathwark
Knnsineion

Townsnip
Pean ~

.

.

Western
Maiiafacturers' ....
B'k of Commerce.

Qltard

2,360,0ii0

600,000
250,000
280,000
800,000
400,000
670,150

1,366,800
1,139,272
1,.368,915

250,0<l0

1,000,000

Tradesmen's
Consolidation
Otty

Commonwealth

. .

CornBxchange....
Union

Wrst
Thlld
Tonrtli

Sixth
8eT«nth...

Eighth
Central

Bankof Repabllc.

ToUl

300,000
800,000
400,000
300,000
600,000
80'',000

1,000,000
800,000
800,000
150,000
260.000
978,000
780,000
1,000,000

1,264,100
1,565,000
88i,506
8,512,000
1,832,772
1,167 920
1,219,816
929,346
1,678,000
1,827,000
8,474,000
1,058,000
708,258
500,000
850,000
907,000
2,468,000
9,!38,000

66,034
61,761
80,700
4,948
82,000
80,700
4,810
4,000
8,104
1,648
2,081
211,000
8,774
5.280
4,084
48,000
13,800
69,000
68,000

19.000
1,0110

4,944

1,017,190
1,163,017
721,000

778,500
714.651
616,000
477,250
461,000
216,400
238,041
175,265

2,775,171
8,5!9,5S9
1.613,000

365,000
977,000
531,000
631,000 1,841,000
422,500 1,363,600
1,353,600
298.000
971,880
201,175
984,575
371,121 1,271,194
360,000 I,i60,r00
230,454
647,913
72'i,000

435.974
294,639
877,855
206,820
476,000
870,000
1,037,000
387,000
832,428
131,000
139,000
382,000
620,000
406,000

447,250
2i 4,830
693, ceo
174,965
870,000
357,850
910.776

2.691,n00
1,011,140
903,278
777,992
778,817
1,856,000
1,483,000
2,819,000
933,772
760,746
876,000

450,00(1

630,000

214.000
796,000
262,440
179,000
135,000
219,335
240,700

1,653,1100

591,0110

1,168,000

800,000

642,001)

15.765.150 51,861.8271,071,528 !8,663.166 88,660,403 10,813,212

The

deviations from last week's returns are as iollows

Capital..

I

^oans

Increase. $801,753
Increase.
,..,,.»»
8!7,166

"pecle

I
,
1

Legal Tenders.
Deposits
Circulation
u..v.»_.,vu

The annexed statement shows the
Banks

for

a series of weeks

Date.

Loans.

Angust. 15

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

6
18
19
97
8
10
94
81

51.2.35,813
81,5117,346

Hot.
Hot.
Not.

7

61,614,810
5"., 673,301
51,006,844
51,flM,I36
B1,SS8,65S
61,874,188
61,660,074

17..

.

14
8
12
19.
96.

. .

:

Increase. $I91,94e

Incnase.
^u,..,>ac<..
Increase.

b44,90o
uu.
885

condition of the Philadelphia

:

Specie.
781,637
677,984
541,676
811,243

63,399,190
62,896.850
52,163,288
62.080,429
62,031.198
51,673,178
61,862,561
61,397,648
61.365.467
61,309,218

Angast 83
Angnsi 39

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

4!)!<.606

894,166
841,988
374,740
352,643
835,817
292,833
861,464
656,839
790,221
880,676
800,705
675,696
561,6«1
694,.383

Legal Tend.

Deposits. Circulation-

2.365,681
12,082,008
12,304,809
1

12,.305,142

12.116,563
11,795,999
11,862,374
13,412,731
12,286,778
11,908,308
]8,la8,896
12 468,670
12,077,910
11,818.146
12,283,541
13,698,898
12,557,319
13,844,078
18,481,820

39,458,357
38,768.424
38,160,674
38,085,S27
37,46,8,821

87,224,118
87,186,636
87,641,365
86.803,41)7
36,f 80,946

,6,632,169
37,174,350
37,100,689
37,468,018
37,887,866
38,689,809
87.906,748
38,015,595
38,660,403

10,564,548
10,668,!96
10.6'9,768
10,856.351
10,559,445
10,561,780
10,576,688
10,590 482
10.691,452
10,606,792
10,801,119
10,656,175
10,755,669
li'.78I,961

10,768 210
10.814,300
10,814,300
10,807,290
10,818,877

Boston Banks.— Below we give a statement of the Boston
National Banks, as returned to the Clearing House. Dec. 26,
1870.
Banks.
Capital.
Loans.
Specie. L.T. Notes. Deposits. Circnla*

Atlantic
Atlas

$780,000 $1,593,119

BlackstoDe

1,600,000
1,500,000

Boston

1,0(10.0(10

BoTlston

500,000
1,000,008
1,000,000

Oolnmblan
Continental
Kllot

BTcrett
Fanenll Hall..

.

.

Freeman's
Olobe
namilton

Howard

000,000
900,000
1,000,000
600,000
1,000,000
760,000
1,000,000
800,000

JJ"ket
Sfassachnsette
IJaTerlck

800,000
400,000
Merchants'
8,000,000
Monnt Vernon.. 800,000
Few England. 1,000,000
. .

. .

•

—

.

.
,

.

THE CHROISIOLE.

16
Aug.

.

,

.

.

1,000,000
Ji?rtj.:
Old Boston
900,000
Shawmat
1,000.000
Shoe ^b Leather. 1,000,000
Bute
9,000,000
Suffolk
1.800.000

Traders'

800,000
9,000.000
.
760,000
1,000.000
1,WAI.WIU
(Gnmlte) 1,600,000

Tremont
Washington
• 1- 'i'«
eoood

B^KOf
8.000,000
n^ Com'Av«<n ft nnA aaa

»#«?*'"

2.CP;» •>"•.' 1.000,000
•»fcX;.'i""'n"''' ?
S.SS}?>,'/5?P S '.WW,000
»konhe Repub. !'?95.?9?
1,500,000
gf'7,

i«K'«

Sxchaoge
— jrhinge
Hide A Leather.

*••»

•jenrtty..

Mlon

Webster

TOW.

1,000.000
1,000,000
1,000,000
l,60o!ooo
9,000.000

w^wu

$6,608

2,: 59,190
8,318,687
1,985.866
1,416,359
9,271,766
1,945,826
2,636 680
620,868
2,763,625
1,428,206
9,666,988
1,577,409
1,984,633
1,557,909
1,932,060
899,010
7,929,466
602,526
8,369.908
9,817,770

44,749
10,178
14,303
16,150
52,360
16,000
161,615
8,884
86,888
1,910
10,000
99,718
16,000
88,060
16,625
88,788
418,027
4,147
26,491
80,444

1,856, 8,'»

15%904

8.050,168
2,838,710
3,848,680
8,416,560
1,501,760

68,975
8,919
49,628
88,843
99,748
311,856
75,197

8,5C8,''G5

1,8M,942
8,900.888
e,189,»48
1,108,763

",017
4,881,1
,963
1,837,1

6,184,174
B.i?!h;

6-,(,967

85,498
28,978
26,171
14,541
187,579

9 899,981

-'-—

1,864,618
1,8£8,319
8,490,631
8,990,418
4,167,088
688,894
S,8«7,144
8.088,067

19,483
2,718
925,069
14,804
44,478
8,880
11,849
..,„.
10J.959

$147,441
112,389
316,300
200.385
234,390
S.'iO.OOO

274,425
57,550
63,714
439,81

134 903
848,488
118,688
144,000
83,078
36.3,588

132,016
1,683,138
56,398
452,598
291,000
417,890
86,966
261,117
843,550
801,698
180,397
889,416
60,500
883,861
870,741
179,600
5.30,560

828.878
640,328
926,400
934,843
141,497
9«6,870

$473,495
754,945
1,403,535
784,249
691,343
1,125,125
772,819
916,967
427,824
1,184,768
500,380
1,628,698
837,273
668.686
626,364
1,047,356
293.511
6,168,648
874.027
8,16,769

8C3,2i6
1,147,380
681,631
847,698
1,116,293

798,09]
657,448
875,769
« 11,688
1,119,678
8,169,861
1,077,513
1,892,388
487,290
1,488.315
744,969
4711,487

701,378
1,354,580
884.791
3,888.968
424,217

$487,134
795,848
786,020
675,688
446,366
78],B8>
562,4L6
790,710
1U0.086
878,86i
350,364
857.325
242.005
442,900
861,648
377,109
948,678
1,697,4,S0

175,772
786,658
778,852

17.1,9:19

901,594
619,669
796,000
787,000
436,143
827.8'.'8

1,606,370

796,400
787.160
896,9;0
139,400
840,879
187,194

.«,«60,000 111,190,178 9,484,686 19,8n,917
46,997,971

ii^twjoi

»00,000
1,000,000
1,60«,0()0

ir94,0e7

889,608
66,6110

897.000
181,804

1,041,1.34

The deviations from the returns of previous week
Loans

Inc. $1,840,609

I

Specie
Legal tenders

Inc.
Dec.

T,

.

:

1871.

are as follows
Inc.
Inc.

:

|

734,175
34,773

Deposits
Circulation

8,583,871
40,049

•The same ae last week Not received
The following are comparative totals for a series of weeks past
I
Legal
Loans.
Specie.
Tenders.
Deposits. Circulation
.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

83
29

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

6
12
19
37
3
10
17
24
31

109.096,614
108,500,573
107,106,644
108,848,834
106,855,818
106,697,587
106,711,317

IB

Not.
Not.
Nov.
Not.

106,804.122
103,153, 106
105,516,641
106.377,348
107,274,567
109,052,435
108,924,361

7
14
1'.

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

3,564,781
8,153 323
8,864,348
2,626.831
3,409.183
2.881,871
2,188,448
2.040,396
1,886,314
1.668,369
1,460,218
1,569,489
2,044,662
8,010,170
3,143,748
3,067,303
2,105,586
1,975,550
1,765,007
1,750,861
2,484,586

106,5.37,446
106,7-9,9.32

108,644,60'7

5...,
19,..,

108,847,518
109,291,806
109,849,664
111,190,173

19...
36...

Jan.

City

Phenix
North River
Tradesmen's
Fulton
Greenwich
ButchersA Drov
Mechanics & Tr.

Ocean

N

44,997,896
43,920,':81

44,345.798
48,263,315
43,603,510
44,364,100
46,927,971

Bid.

990

Commonwealth.

124

112

Republic
N. America

Y. County
Importers & "Tr

Park
Manul & Merch
N Y. Nat.Exch

103

Peoples
Grocers
East River

117

Market
Nassau
Shoe and Leath
Corn ExchftUffe.

111

116

1S7X

..

118

158
95

Central Natlon'l
First National
Fourth Natlon'l
Ninth National.
Tenth National.

..

1S5

Citizens

T35

.

118)4

95

New

170
118
105

105
103

Irving
Metropolitan

it
120

Atlantic

113X

Hanover
.

Askd

i3H

Marine

76

Chatham
105

York

Stocks

Continental
St. McholftS

Pacific

Ward

Commerce..,

44,03",fl50

120

Mercantile

.

State of

41,588,981
41.696,3i6
43,092,375
44,110,128

12,507,922
12,764,714
13.907,690
13,878,917

Am. Exchange.

National
Merchants' Ex.. 100
Leather Manuf..

Seventh

37,136,313
88,266,678
40.9.38,300

Bid. Askd.

lis
133

190
140
140
220

86,6.88,104

13613076

Mecb.BkgAsso
Broadway

1S2
150

Manhattan
Merchants
Mechanics
Union
America

30.973,708
86,957,745
86,470,615
36,360,263

7,664,868
8,385.815
9,883,916
9,653,018
9,848,^86
10,814,808
10,860,735
10.191,683
10,918,675
10,939,810
11,584,606
10,557,053
11,639.696
11,929,9K3
12,04 i, 403

Askd

Bid.

25,059,111
25,160,658
26,088,618
25,021,849
25,037,948
84 99.'>,969
»1,949,841
24,934,168
24,954,046
21,911,084
24 501,944
9B;090,357
24,889,148
24,864,943
24,889,227
24.864,668
24,658,930
24,818.788
24.765.251
24,629.160
24,662,909

38.27', 247

7,1

New York Bank

<tnotatIons of

New York

103X

104)4

105
110

105)4

Eleventh

161

..

120

Ward

Orientjil

125

Gold Exchange. 70
As ..
Bankers

&B

100

125

..

(^notations of RIlBcellaneoiis I<ocaI Secnrltlea.
CITY RR STOCKS.
Bid. Ask,
Bid.
Bleecker
do

Fulton Ferry...

40

M. Bonds coup...

77

35
75
58
lBtM7'8
75
do
Central Park.N. East Rivers 85
IstMTs
75
do
B'dway Battery 78
Dry Dock E.
1stM7'8
85
do
150
Eighth Avenue
St. it

iBt

Broadway A Seventh At

4

*

lBtM7*8
do
Forty-second st. & Gd.
do
l8tM7'8
Second Avenue
IBtMTs
do
Sixth

St.

Broadway (Brooklyn)
Real Estate
do
Brooklyn City
do
lstM7's.

105
100
75

100
65
80
115
185
100
110
P5
185

Avenue

7's

Brooklyn and Hunter's Pt
Brooklyn and .Tamaica
do
Ist M -i's
do
2d MTb
do
3d M 7'B
do
4t'M'i'6
Brooklyn CItv and Newtown.
do

Fer.lOO

Third Avenue
do
I8tM7'8

60

w
40
95
90
77

lst>I7'B

Coney Island (Brooklyn
Grand Street and Newtown...
Van Brunt St -v Erie Basin..
.

do

l6tM7'8

GAS STOCKS.

ffa«— Brooklyn
Citizens (Brooklyn)

Harlem
Manhattan

200
235

Metropolitan

l»8
521

New York

Peoples' (Brooklyn)

165

1«i"

Williamsburg

,100

SOUTHERN SECURITIES.
Tbese tlaotatlons are of the Leiss Active Secarltles vrbloh
are not Given on the Next Page.
Prices hy Lawrence Bros.

& Co., 14 Wall Street, and A. C. Kautinan, Charleston, S. C

(Many quotations are necessarily nominal.)

Cltr

North Carolina.

Secnritlea.

Atlanta, Ga,7s
Augnsta, Ga., 7s,

ChMeston, H. C.
Columbia, 8. C

Columbus,"

,

Bid

.»„ ..
bond B
7s, F. L. bds

,

7s,

.

6s

bonds

Macon 7b, bonds
Memphis 6e, endorsed
Memphis past due coupons.
Mobile, Ala., 6s, bonds....
•'

"

8s,

...

.

iNashTitle6s

Norfolk 68

Richmond68

Asll

88
65
78
65
85
68J
65
70
75
89
60
60
80
80i
60
80
70
70

68
70
80

Wilmington N. C.,88

"

»•

8s

7(1

70
78

Alabama.
Montg'ry & West P. Ist, 8e.
"

Montgomery and Kuialla

841
89

m.

8s

Sonth Carolina.
Char!., Col. & Aug Ist .M.,7s
,

.

.

.

&

.

....

59
60

61

78
80

80
86'

4f>

50
70
90

86
88
70
...

60

88
57
37

68
65
45

89

'.SJ

6<f

4ths88

Va.

63

M
M
68

A .(Llex. A Uan.

Orange

& Teni. lets

lets

m
m

6e

9d868

"

88
74
78
80
781

4th 88
Virginia Central lets, 6b
2ndf, 6b

81
..

76

8d8, 6s.

Georela.
SonthwesternRK.,

mtg.

86

bonds
endorsed
Macon and Angnsta stook
'a.V
Atlantic and Gulfstock
38
Savannah, Albany.* Gnlf7i!
bonds, end. by Savannah.. 78
Pensacola 4 Georgia 1st m 76

'

.^tiansta
*'

"

2dm 8b.

Bllaalaalppl and
Islana,

" Ss 65
&Tenn. lstm.7B 78
"

90
94
86
86
40

m
eo
73

consoW, 8s 86

Rich.

"
Danv-

A

fnrrt. Int. 8b

lei c-.:i;B'd 6b.
Pib-'.raonl bra'h
IstsifB

"
'•

Sonthside, 1st

mtg

.

74

w
80
83

8b

88
«•

80
60

"
Norfolk

15

Eichm.

Lou*

MlBsiBslppi Cent. 2d

"

85
74
HI

4th,86

Ist

stock

Macon and

74
18
85

80

Alex., lets 8e,
»d8 68

SdsSB

86
90

let

gold bonds, endorsed by
State of Alabama ,..
85
Mobile and Ohio. 3mtR, 8s
68
1st

1st M., 8s...

Ask

91

Virginia.

88,

Belma and Meridian

••

Orange

1st. end
Income. 63

"

BIO

Wilmington & Weldon 7e....
" Ch. ARath.lstM.end

Block .
Spartent'burg and Union 7b,
gnar'd by State S. C
31*
78 Savannah & Char. 1st M., 7s..
61
North Bastern 1 St mtg 8s
"
'
65
8s...
2d
"
65
8b...
3d '•
"
82
stock
82
63
dine Ridge, Ist Mortgage ..
«!
Tennessee.
73
East Tcnn. <fc Virginia 68, end
73
by State of Tenn
60 Memphis and Ohio 10s
"
6s
78

Railroad Secnritlea.

3(i5,557

594,867
863.349
947,851
670,482
174,980
674,745
592,616
771,330
776,880

[January

.
,

Sdm. 6s...
4th m. 88

"
68
77
68

"

"
"

,.^...

& Petersburg 1 m 8b
"
7b
& Petereb. Istm 7s
Sdm. 6f
8dm.8e

•'

Fre'ksb'g

"

"

A Poto. «B.
"
"

cony 7b
' 6s

...

89
84
86

...

....

7K

.

January

—
.

X

.

.. . .
..

.

THE CHRONICLE.

1871.]

7,

"

. ..
.

17

GENERAL QUOTATIONS OF STOCKS AND BONDS.
The

Aotlve Stocks and Bond* Klvon on * Previous Pace are not Repeated here. Unotatlona are made ol the
Cent Vaino, Whatever the Par may be. Sonthern Securities are Quoted In a Separate List.

TOOK*

Ain>

tBonmas.

York

ff eiv

Prices.

American Mold Coin

Oalena

uox
rig
rig

••, S-M>, (l5«3)
•t.S-Mt, (IB«4)

••.»••«)•. (l-!I.1>r<!a
•i, 5-an, (IS*, now)
••.s-son, (1SC7) r/g
••, S-SOa, (1888) r<9
B«, 1874, con

Cleve.

r«t

New

5t, 1(M06. rffi

STATE BONDS.

Tennewee t», old
do
do n«w bonds
TtrglnU 6«, old
io
do new bonds
do
do registered old
18«8....
do
do
do
do
1S67....
do
do
fieorgUis
Tb, new bonds
do
do
7«, enderncd
Horth Carotins 6s, old
do
do Funding Act, 1866.
do
do 1868
do
do new bonds
do Special Tax
do
Bonth Carolina ft
new bonds
do
do
April & Oct...
do
do
Mlssonrl 6s

&

Han.

do

Bt.

Mil.

37
80
24
87

Joseph.

« RR

Am. Dock&Im.Co.
Long Occle Bonds

do 8s, 1881
do 6s, 1886
Kentucky 6s

W

Canal Bonds, 1870
6b coupon, T7

do

1878

WarLoan
Indiana 66, ^ar Loan

i66'

101
101

IMX

i04M Mo.

04X
'.(an

'

ma

80.

ft

Ciev.. Col.,Clu. ft

"TS...
'87...

Col.

I

7b

6b, 1883

90

do
do

66,1887
68, real estate...

do
do
do
do

68,

Long

78,1876

1

1876

Marietta

...

100

do IstEndorsed
18711
do 78,2d do
91!«
1683. •
do 7b, 3<1 do
87H
1880
83
do 78,4th do
78,5th do
1888
do
Buff. N. Y. & E. iBt M.. 1877....
108
Hud. R. 78, 2d M. S. F. 1885
do 78, 8dMort.,1875....
Harlem, iBt Mortgagf .._
lOOK
do Con. M'ge 4 S-kg F-d.
- -

1st

vi

92)4

...

M.

Q. 8

na
88
99

Ind. Central....

Ss, 1882. ..¥.116
p. o. IBt M...1IO8

Ohio

ft

ft

preferred.

St. Louis,

do
St.

Louts

90

69X

^^

47

Toledo. Wab ft Western, nref.
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.

American Coal
Consolidated Coal

Cumberland Coal
Maryland Coal

67
119)(

5X

1

.

JtalscT * Tol., 1st M., 1880..
in. * 6e. Iowa, 1st Mort..

{{..•""i',?^*'"**'"
G»l«n»* Chicago Ex-,«iid«d.

M.

Chesa.

(cur.)

6, '31

do
do
do

Div., Ist M.,

"70.

do
do

.

93

9«X

.... lOO

97X Louisville 6b, '82 to '84....
B8,'96to'97
do
95
Water 66. '87 to '89.. TIX 79
do
91
Water Stock 6e, •97.
do
9S
Sis'*
79
76
89
Wharf 6s
do
90
1*
95
do
special tax 6s of *89. 74
18
96
Jefl"., Mad. A I,lstM.a&M)7, "81
67X
96
94
do SdM. ,7,1873
9V
do
81
do iBt M., '1,1906.... 80
do
at
LoulST. C. A Lex., iBt M., 7, '97..
Louis, ft Fr'k., let M.,6, 'TO. "78.. IV* 88
84
LouiBV.Loan.fi. '81. 88
do
96
99X L. ftNash.lBtM. (m.6.)7. '77.. 95
76

98
94

100

mx
lUOX
„
loojj

101
95!Ki 96

85X

do
do
do
do
do
do

Lor. Loan (m.B.16.

It

Lou.L'n(Leb.br.ex)8, •98
Consol. Ist M.,7. 1898. .__

19

do
Louisville

...

100

lOlX

Mad.

A

ft

ft Ind. stock..
Lex., pref

83
89
86

6, W'-a..
6, 1870..

Nashville

88
49
79

SIX

Water 6s, gold

do

92

new

91X

Water ft Wharf 6s...
Park 88
Park 66 gold
Sewer Special Tax 66

do
98
do
8S
101
io
166
North Missouri. 3rt M.,7, 1888. nx
Kansas Pacific ist M.. (gold) 7. 80
74
l6tM.(gold)6. '95
do
71
Ist M. (KOld) 6, 1896.
CO
1st M.(Leav.Br.)7, '96 70
do
Land Gr. M^ 7, '71-'76 70
do
99
do
Inc.BondSj i.No. 16
It'*
No. 11
do
do
98X
15
stock
do
do
Denver Pacific RR ft Tel 7s.
17"
North MlBRouri slock
85a Paciflc (of Miflsonrl) stock... 90
86X San Francisco es of
>BOf
79X
do
7s
!sol
do
106
6

92

Atlanta bonds, hp
Charleeton stock
Savannah 7b. old

185S.
185S.
1864.

»..

W.Va.)2dM.66

4

Marietta
Cin., 1st M., 7, 1891.
93
2d M., 7, 1896.
do
do
76.V( Northern Cent., let M. (guar) 6
76
.Eastern Mass., conv., 6. 2£7i. . . 100 iiooy
do
doSdM..6.F:,«,'"do SdM.. 6. FT, s, '85.
>i
EartfbrdftErle.lstM. (old)T.I
H»rt«>rd*Erle,lBtM. (oldJT. 60
do
..
do8dM.L6.r..6,1900
l|
d« let M. (b«w) 1.' 81x1
do8d M. (T.*C)6,Trl
do
do

98
76

SS
68

ft"

ist

Mort.

...

75J<

East Tenn.

...
...

94
...

M

Miss,

90

|{

ft

ft

Tenn., 1st
ft

M

76
66

Georgia

MamphU ft Charleston, Ist 7a..
do
do

do
do

41
91

a

7s.

Btock
do
Brunswick end. 7b.,.
ft Western stock
Atlantic ft Gulf 7s eonsol
lMontgm'7 ft West. P. 1st M. 8s.
Mobil* ft Ohio sterling
do
do
8s. Interest
do
d*
stock
N. Orlesns ft'Jaoki., 1st M. 8i.
do
do
cert's, 8s.
N. Orleans ft Opelons, 1st M. 8*
Miss. Central, iBt M. 7s

»JX, 93

»S
....I

18

(-.J 36
93X
j-fl 100
( beft

do

Hacon
Macon

...

9S
93

16

Securities.

82
78
60

Park6s

Ohio 6s of '75
do «6ol'80
do 66 0l'85..»...

83
7«

Leading Southern

90
73

Central Georgia,

WX

73

San Francisco.

USX VSX
Jf

1884

(N.

gx
89

common

do

81 Louises
86

72

Btock

gx

St. IjOuIs.

102

do

...

•fi6-*87

(Leb.Br.)6.'86 75
do
iBtM. (Mem. Br) 7. •70.'79.
l8tM.(Lcb.hr.ex)7, '80- •88

do

W
62
~
£
72

1876

96,'.900
ft

92
100

93X

8dM.86
do
-..
94X Central Ohio, 1st M.,6

M

-a

.

]

I

I

m

7s
Mil., Ist M., conv.,7,

do
preferred stock
do
7s. new
iSX
Elmlra ft Williamsport
MemphiB old bonds, 6b
Eimlraft Wiiliamsport pref.. 80
81X
do
newbonds,6a
1I9X I'M
Lehigh Valley
New Orleans 5s.
84
Little Schuylkill
do
85X
do
conBol.66
Mine Hill ft Schuylkill Haven. lOlX ....
do
do
bonds, 7i
8JX ....
Northern Central
do
do
lOs
WX 94
North Pennsylvania
Oil Creek ft Allegheny River. 91X 92
kAILROADS.
i^x 122X Orange ft Alex. BR Ist M. 6a
IPennsylvanlB.
63
Philadelphia Erie
5SX
do
8dM.88
do
US
...
Philadelphia ft Trenton
Va. ft Tenn., Ist M. 66
160
Phlla., German, ft Norrlstown 1<6
4th Mort. 86
do
lOOX Charleston ft Sav. 6s, guar....
Phils.. Wllmlng. ft Baltimore. lOO
IM 126
West ierscy...
do
7s
do
Chesapeake ft Dela. Canal
Greenville ft Col. 78. guar
9S
90
Delaware Division Canal
do
7s, certlf..
do
Lehigh Coal and Navigation.. S
«7X Kortheastem 1st M. Ss
80
Morris (coneolidatcd)
86
South Carolina 66 (new)
Tl
77
do preferred
do 7s (new)
do
Schuylkill Narlgafn (consol). 1»
16
do
do
do
pref. Sii
UX Georgia, 1stdo stock
Mort. 7e
Snsquehanna ft Tide-Water...
stock
do

do
do
do
do

89
104

89

.

Catawlssa stock

Baltimore

94

ll'l

l/oulsvllle.

SS
93

6, '73

do
2dM.,
do Improv.,

18M,

90

..

do
2dM.,8,1875
do iBtM., Fnnd'd cp,7, "75
do 1stM.,(Det.ftPon ),.'71
do 2dM..(Def.ftPon.)8, '86

9!
«7

'86.

6. '78

Loanofl8W,6, '84
do
do
Loan of 1897, 6, '07
do Gold Loan of '97, 6, '97
do Convert, of 1877, 6, '77

do
do
do

lOOX ll^«

ft

...

6, "71.
6, '60.
6, '85,

£ Delaw., iBt M., 8,

6,

84

1st M., 8, 1888 ....

do Water

Baltimore.

lOOX

Miami,

...

2dM.,7,lKf'5

Delaware

n
a

It

Detroit 7s

...
Maryland6s,Jan.,A., J. ftO.. 95
lOlK lOi
do
6«, Defence
Baltimore 6« of '75
93X 98

97X

83
85
82
72
70
83
10

Det.

5

T. Hdute.
do
pref.

do
do
8dM^7, '88..
do To'do dep. bds, 1, '81-'94.
Dayton ft West., 1st M.,7, 1909.
do
do
Ist M., 6, 1906.

a

Detroit.

3K

.

l8t

Camden ft Amboy

IIIOX

a-

ft

do

Colum.,

ft Dayton stock..
Columbus ft Xf'nla stock
99X
loox loox Dayton ft Michigan stock
Little Miami utock
63

Erie, 1st M., 7, 1887... lOO
1st M. (gold) 6, 'SI 91

do Boat Loan. S.F.,7, '85
Schuylkill Nav., 1st M., 6, 1872.

142

I

.

'69-'71i

lii'

!

;

2d M.,
Debentures; 6,

.«.

Morris, iBt M.,

ft

Iron Mountain

1

119
181

Saratoga

Alton

A

80.
6, 1875,

do
do
do
do
do

28
9

Rome, Watertown ft Ogdens

Mlch.So.Tperct. ad.Mort
M
Mlch.S.ttN I.S.F.7p.c....; 98
98S Pennsylvania Coal
Paciflc R. 7B,guart'd by .Mo... 9*
Spring Mountain Coal
Wllkcsbarre Coal
Central Pacifo Bonds
#.. 90J<
Canton Co
Union Paciflc IBt Bonds
J 72X
do
Delaware ft Hudson Canal
Land Orants, 7^ 56)<
87
do
Income IDs
87X Atlantic Mail Steamlhip
Illinois Central 7 p. ct., 1875.f. 1106
Mariposa Gold
Alton ft T.H.. 1st M
do
Trustees Certlf.....
.... 95";
do
Quicksilver preferred
do ifl M.pref.
KJi
do
do 2d M. Income.. 71
Amerl<-an Express
Chlc.ftN. Westerns. Fund... 98
Wells Fargo scrip ... ,
do
do
Bos ton Water Power
Int. Bonds 90X
do
do
ExtD. Bdsl .... 90
do
do
96
IstMort.. 95
Boston^
OoBsol'dTp. ct. conyertlble..! .... 88M Malne6e
Han.ft st.TIo. Land O'snts...!
New Hampshire, 6s
do
do convertible
Vermont <s
104X
Lack. * Western Bonds
100
.fassachnsetts 66, Currency...
»el.. Lack, ft Western, Ist M. 100
do
66, Oold
do
Se, Gold
Tol. ft Wab'h, Ist Mort. exfd.i HH
Boston 6a
de
2d Mort
Six
do 5s, gold
do
Eqnlp. Bd8....1 ....
Chicago sewerage 7s
do
Municipal 78
r,
?.?. . „ Cona.Convert. ....
Hannibal * Naples, let M..
82X sax Portland fis
Great Western, Ist M., 1868...
....
Burlington ft Mo.L. G., 7
do
UtM.,1888....i 85
ClieBhfie,6
2dM.,1893....) SDH
Clnv8«n.4CleT.,lstM.,7, TT.
^. ^°^~
!

90

8SX

Worchester

ft Mississippi,

Rensselaer

ft

W
n

8, 77...

Indiana, 1st M.. 7
do 2d M, 7, 18:7..
ft Xenia, Ist M.. 7, '90
Dayton ft Mich., 1st M., 7, 'St..
do
do
2d M., 7, '84..

Cin.

.TefferBon..

do
do
do
do

SdM.,

Cin, Hani,

109

Debentures, 6. 61X
168"
do
7, '93. 104X
88X 85
PhiI.,WlIm.&Bal.,l6tM.,6,'84 ...
nx We8tch.ftPhll.,lstM.,conv,7. }?« 90
do
2d.M., 6, 1878... 97
do
46
Sil
47X West .Jersey. 6, 18S3
94
94X! Wilming.*Read.,l8tM.,7,1900 91X

do 2d
Essex

do

LouiBV., Cin.

1st M.. 6.

3dM.,6,1920
Fblladelphlaft Reading, 6,

IT:

do
do

Pennsylvania,
Phils,

90
96
71

Cin. Bridge
D., 1st M., 7, 80...
do
2d M., 7, "95...

North Pennsyl., 1st M., 6, 1880.. 97X
do
CbattelM., 10 18»7. 112
93« 93X
do
2d Mortgage, 7
do
Funding Scrip, 7...
Oil Creek ft Alleg. I!., iBt M., 7. 78y rax

do
do

VM

Covington*
Cin., Ham. ft

Little

102X 04

99
Little Schuylkill. l8tM.,7, 1877. 100

iLeblgh Navigation,

New York ft Harlem
New York ft Harlem, pref.
New York ft New Haven
do
do
Bcrlp.
New York, Prov. & Boston.
Norwich

do
do

June, Phlla., 1st M., guar. 6, 'R2.
Lehigh Valley, 1st M., 6, 1S73..
do Ist (new) M.,6, '9».
do

97X

Morris ft
New Jersey

jiOO

Susqh'a,
Albany 4^ Rnanh'i. let bonds..
do
2d
do .,;
do
do
3d do —I
do

.

let M., 6.

Elm. ft Wirms, 58
do
do
78,1880
Hunt, ft Broad Top, Ist M., 7.
do
do
2d M^ 7, '75...
do
do
Cons. M., 7, '95.

100
100

Cin., 1st preferred
pref.

ft

do

Erie iBt Mortgage Extended

ft

95

Island

87
87

subBcrlptlon.

7fl,18«5-76

Mich. Cent..

Chic*

lodlanap

Dubiiqne ft Sionx City
Erie Railway preferred
Hannibal ft St. Joseph
do
do
pref...
90X Hartford ft N. Haven

...

ir Jlr.

160'

.

do
scrip
do
Chic Bur ft Quincy

*76..

con V.

97X

(Not previously quoted.)
Albany ft Susquehanna
89K
114
Chicago ft Alton
do
do
preferred... 116X

'75..

78,

90
90

Den. C. R,lst M,8(gd)

do
do
do

Central

96'

RAILROAD STOCKS.

RAILROAD BONDS.

ChlcBnr.

.

.

.

90

Nor Ala. RR, 86, gd

8t. Joe. ft

100

6 per cent,

do
do
do
r»

92

N.Y &08W.Mid.R,lst.M.7(gd)
iPort Royal RU7s

IIKX

Brooklyr 66
Wator 68
do
Park 68
do
do 78
do
3 year Assessment
do

N.Y.

&

Wil. im, 78.

new

2d M.,6.
3d M., 6.
Camden ft Amboy, 6 of '75
do
do
6 of '83
do
do
6 of '89
consol., 6 of '89..
do
Cam. ft Bur. & Co., Ist M., 6 ..
Catawlssa, Ist M., 7

85H
1875..

m
M

do
6s
7-808
do
Ram.Co.,Ohlo6p.c. ongbds.
do
do 7p.c., 1 to9yre.

99

old

Pittsburg Compromise 4Xs.

do
do

ft

N. Hav.. Mltl.

68,
6s,

preferred

Ind., Cin. ft Laf., Ist v.. 7

68. 1871 102

6s, '72- '77
68, '77-'83

do

Belvldere Delaware,

Mont. P.R, 1st M. Ss, gd.l,
Northern Paciflc KR, 7-30 gold
NaBhville ft Decatnr RR
IN. O.. Mo.ftChat. RR. lstM.88

CITY BONDS.

do
do
do
do

..

Central RR. of Iowa. 78 goW.
Cnes.ft Ohio RR, lstM.,6,(gd)
Ev. T. H. ft Chic, Ist M 7b, g'd.
UOUlsv.&Nash. R, 1st M, cons. ,7
Lake Shore Consolidated, 7.
Memphis City Bonds. 6b gold.
MontclHir KR 01 N. J. 78. gold

100

Loan

Military

Stock Loan,

IM

do
(I.ftC)lstM.,7,1888
June, Cin. ft Ind.,lstM.,7,'8S.

lOSXl

58, 1»77

do
56
FnndedDebtes...
do
7s...
Water exten. 7s
do
92X Alleghany County,5
do
do 68, '85

.

Ulchlgan 6s, 1873
do
6b,1878
do
66,1888
78,1878
do
New York 78, Bounty, reg
do
con
do
78,
68, Canal, !g^2
do
66,1873
do
66,1874
do
68,1875
do
66,1877
do
do
6«,1878
56,1874
do
SS.W5
do

104

do
do
do

NEW, OR RECENT LOANS.
Bur. C. R ft .M. RR, 1st M,7<g(l)

100
too
100
lU)

do
do
do

w..

Cincinnati.

MasBachusetts

do
67

1. 1*6. ..r..

Union Tele. l8tM.,7

ft

I,

Cincinnati (s

M^ WX

Canada

1stM.,nnend.,

2dM,,eiidorted,<,'90.

do

...

I44<k 145

ft

Philadelphia

MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.

.

Ohlo6s,lS7.5

Hew Tork

82X S2X

Jacksonville ft Chic, 1st
Sonth Side Railroad bonds
North Missouri, Ist Mortuage.
do
do
2d Mortgage.
JeflTerson RH, 1st Mort. bonds.

S9>i|

146X

preferred

^^

Central Ohio

Philadelphia.

St. L.

97X

B.iN.O.

7«, L.R.,P.
7b, MIbs. One.

do

108

6s

Lake Snore Div. bonds
Bufl'alo & Erie, new bonds

6s

149X

79

Pennsylvania

Boston, H. ft Erie, guaranteed
Cedar Fulls ft Minn., 1st M...
Detroit. Monroe ft Tol bonds

War Loan

do
do

Baltimore ft Ohio stock
Parkersbnrg Branch

'83

84X 85

Vermont
Vermont

38
93

M

68

.

do
do
do

2d

Haven

ft

'96

Aik

6, '50

Connectlcat River
Connecticut ft Passompslc, pf.
Eastern (Mass.)
Fltchburg
99X
IndianapollB, Cin. ft Lafayette
5X
9«"
1!'5
Manchester ft Lawrence
Northern of New Hampshire 107
S5X 86
98
Ogdens. ft L. Chaniplaln
87X
90
do
pref...
w"
do
107H 108
89
15
89X Old Colony ft Newport
116
109
106
Port.,Saco ft Portsmouth...
Rutland
89X

W. D

do
do

ft

IIHW

6,

Conncllsv., 1st M..7,

ft

Bid.

1st

80
98

2dM

H.

ft

ft

do Com. (gold)

do

94)4

do
7 3-10
S''
IstMort
85
I. ftM. d....

sew York

Albany stock
Lowell stock
Maine
Providence

ft

Mass., Ist M.,6,

An •ccnnu

do
M.,6,
_ doMd,lstM., endorsed. iMfi
West

Concord

98"

lud., iBt .Mort..

ft

ft

•Toozs

PltU.

(HieBhlre preferred
Cin., BHnuusky ft Cler. stock

99

do
2d Mort...
Peoria ft Warsaw, E, D

do
do

leveo bonds

do
8s
do
Ss Railroad bonds.
Arkansas 68, funded
do
7e, L. R. * Kt. S. Iss.
do
7b, MeraphlB A L. R..

Illinois

looy

Vermont
Boston
Boston
Boston
Boston

.1

103

Bs.

Penitentiary

Rhode Island
Alabama Ss

do
do

do
do
do
do

89
100

.

do

Ca1lrornla78

Connecticut
do

Paul, Ist Mort.

ft St.

Tol.,

do

7s,

construction.

A Tol. Sinking Fund

Col., Chic,

e7»

8e

convertible..

do

2d Mort

Marietta ft Cin., let Mo.-t....'
Chlo. ft Milwaukce'lst Mort.
Jollet ft Chicago, let Mort..

63 j<
90
89

6s

66,

do
do

do
do
do
do

Wi

newbonds

do
do
do
do

100
97

Jersey Central, 2d Mort.
do
do
new hds.
Pitts., Ft. W. ft Chic, let M....
do
do
2d Mort.
do
do
3d Mort.
io«x
Cleve. ft Pitts., Consol. 8. F'd
do
«S
do
SdMort
do
do
8(1 Mort
61k 61
dp
do 4th Mort
69
Chic, ft Alton Sinking Fnnd.
69
do
do Ist Mortgage...
50^
do
do Income
Ohio ft Miss., 1st .Mortgaffe....
do
ConBolldated...
Dub. ft Sioux C, iBt Mort....
Peninsula RR Bonds
St. L. ft Iron Mountain. Ist M
45

St,JS^*,rtg

Loalslana

do
do
do

ft

ft Newport Bds, 6/T6.
do
do Bonds, 7, Ign..
Rntland.new, 7
bO
Verm't Cen.. Ist M., cons., 7, 'ct Ft
do 2d Mort., 7, 1891
88X
Vermont ft Can., new. 8

Old Col.

94X
96X

Paciflc
Morris ft Essex, 1st M ort

KOJi

Bid. Aik.

Boston.

Chicago, £d Mori.

ft

Cblc. R. Island

(Not preTtoaRl7 qiiotod.)
H,isai, rta

•TOO» AMD nOSBITTU.

Bid.

RAILROAD BONDS.

:iox

GOVERNMENTS.

11.8

•TOon Avg uoraiTui.

Bid,

Pw~

3d
stbdc.

....lMn>phls.*^ttl«R.,l(tl(....J

116
•X
111

»

8i"
TS
S«
86

.

—

—

>

THE CHRONICLE.

18

[January

T,

<

1871

same threaten to sell the pledge for the satisfaction of debts.
They say that by permitting such sales it will partially sacrifice the
The
cause a serious loss to the trusleei.
securities pledged, an
EXVLANATIOtroF THE STOCK AND BOND TABLES. aggregate amount of indebtedness was secured, as aforesaii, by a
pledge and mortgage of about two hundred thousmd dollars. They
Prlc«a of the Active Stocks and Bond* are given In the now aek authority to borrow on their notes and bonds as receivers two
"
quotations of other ••oadtiej will bo found on the preing the

Hailroati JHonitor.

3riie

1

1.
" Bmakeni' G»»ett«
eediDf PAfre-

3.

oJii*

;

bundled thousand

Railroad and

kinds which are least active, an; all quoted either rejiularly or occasionally at
the end of "Bankero' Gazelle," on a previous page.
3.
Table of Railroad, Canal and Other Stocks,
on the next page, comprises all Companies of which the stock is sold in any of the
The Ajfttres Just after the name
principal cities (except merely local corporations)
of the company indicate the No. of the Chronicle in which a report ot the Company was last published. A star (*) indicates Uased roads ; in the dividend column
r=extra; i=stock or tcrip.

The

.

4.

the liquidation of their indebtedness, the

dollaj-s for

Stocks, mining. Petroleum. City loans to be charged on the net (earnings as a prefurred claim. They
Gas Stocks, and Sonttaeru Securities of those conclude by saying that on or before the 26th of January they will

Bank and Insurance

an inventory of the property of the road and a schedule of its
indebtedness, which they have not yet bad tirao to pitp re, especially
as a good part of the debt is not on the company's books, but consists
of unliquidated demanHs not yet repoted to the compmy, or entered
on its records. New York Daily BulUtin.
file

Debts ol'Southern Railroads to the United States GovernThe Tables of Railroad. Canal and Other Bonds ment.— I'oai the report of the Quartermaster General for the past
in
four pages, two of which will be published in each number. In

oo«apy

all,

these psgea the bonds of Companies which have been consolidated are frequently
The date given in brackets
frtven under the name of Consolidated Corporation.
mmediately arter the name of each Company, indicates the time at which the statement of its finances was made. In the "Interest Column" the abbreviatioos are as

ye

ir,

a few

f icts

of interest regarding the indebtedness of sourthern

companies to the Government may ba taken. On the opening of the last fiscal year, July 1, 1869, Ibere was due the United
loUows J. Si. J.=January and July F. &. A-=February and August M. & S.= States from railroad companies which purchased railway material
March and September A & O. April and October M. & N.=May and Novem- and rolling stock under the provisions o( Executive orders of August
ber; J. & 0.=June and December
Q.— J. =Quarterly, beginning with January; and October, 1865, $4,704,650.72. During the fiscal year ending June
P.=Qaarterly, beginning with February. Q.— M.=Quarterly, beginning with
30, 1870. interest accrued and expenses incurred in pro-secution of
Maroh.
amount to $307,692.41. Payments have been raade of $365,5. The Table of Cnlted Slates and State Securities will be suits
820.45; leaving unpaid June 30, 1S70. $1,646,622.68 which reduces
published monthly, on the last Saturday of the month.
6. The Table of City Bonds will be published on the third Saturday ihe debt during the jear $58,128.04. The unpaid indebtedness of the
of each month. The abbreviations used in this table are the same as those in the gCveral railroads to the Government may be thus stated
tables of railroad bonds mentioned above.
The Sinking Fnnd or assets held by
;

;

\

;

.

;

railroad

Q—

:

each oitv are given on the same

line

with the name.

Amount

The Financial Reports or Railroad and other Companies
are pubttshutt in the Chhomolk as soon as issued, and iudex^d in the
lablc of stocks on the next page, as stated above in Note S.
complete record of these reports is thus obtained in a file of this paper.

A

Indianapolis, Cincinnati and liafayette,— The

first

report of

this road, submitted on the last day of December, and
coverins; a peried of thirty-five days, shows that the receipts of the

Jhe receivers of

;

gains $2,621.3 2
Martinville branch loses $97.16,
Various expenses
and the calaries of the executive ofiicers of foreign agents are not
included. The gross earnings have been beyond tha average of the
whole year of the branch roads. The Whitewater Valley branch has proportionate rental liability not included above fur the period.of $13,6! 1,
showing a net lo?s of 112,311.85 Martinville branch $5,250, showing
a net loss to that branch of $6,879.84
Harrison branch, after the
rent is deducted, will leave the sum of $282.' 5
Hagerstown branch
will show aloes of $1,187.32.
The receivers stale that It is their
conviction, based on actual experiment and observation, that no one
branch can be operated under the existing contracts without a serious
loss.
The report asks for authority to pay the rent of the ground in
Cincinnati; also, judgments against the company for stock killed, Ac,
the latter amounting to $8,000.
They further lepresent that portions
of the floating debt of the company ate secured by a pledge of stocks,
bonds and other propertr of the company, and other portions are
secured by mortgagee on its real estate, and that in aime cases debts
thus secured by pledges and mortgage
especially some secured by
pledge of bonds and stocks— are past due, and that the creditors hold;

;

;

;

—

of princi-

pal and interest
on July 1, 1870.

and iuterost
on July 1, 1870.
pal

London & HampMemphis, Clarksville & Louisville
$420,699
$16,763
12,728
& North Carolina ... 4,695 Meraphis&Ohio
Alabamii & Florila
81,840
13,)8J Memphis & Little Hock...
Alabama & Cbattanooea
19,409 Nashville and Chittanooga. .1,764,171
Bast Tennessee &Ge6ra;ia... ,371,740 Nashville & Northwestern ... 663.698
30!i,b40
Bast 'icnne?sce & Virginia
256,497 Nai-hville <k Decatur
32,966
Edgefield & Kentucky
154,502 New Orleans & Oho
Indimola
15,nOil
Pacific Railroad of Missouri
20,774
-.
57,115
Knoxville & Kentucky
9,805 woiithwe«torn Branch do
McMinnville & Manchester.
24,091
62,342 Solma & Meridcn
119,039
Mississippi, Gaineville & TneSelma, Rome & Dal'on
60,604
CJloosa
37,406 San Antonia & Mexican Gulf
Miicoa & Brunswick
3,960 Washington, Alexandria &
Mobile & Ohio
317
76 244
Georgetown
Mississippi & Tennessee
29,326
T
niig named corap:\nies have discharged Iheir entire indebt;
Alexandria.
shire
Atlantic

.

.

.

.

main branch for that time were 1173,061.34 expenditures, 178,006.8*,
thus showing a net gain of $95,004.61, while the Water Valley branch

Amount

of princi-

.

.

.

Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac edness to the Government
Macon and
eorgia Railroad and Banking Company; Southwostor.T
Western ; South C.trolina, Muscogee, Petersburg, Memphis and
Charleston; Mobi'e and Great Northern; New Orleans, Jackson and
Virginia and Tennessee;
Great Northern;
Mississippi Central;
Montgomery and West Point ; Virginia Central ; Rome, Western and
Wilmington and
Atlantic; Orange and Alexandria; Manassas Gap
Weldon ; Alabama and Florida New Orleans, Opelousas and Great
Western; Norfolk and Petersburg ; Vicksburg and Meridan.
New
:

;

;

;

York Daily Bulletin.

^g" For other Railroad Items,
LANEous News, on a previous page.

see

OoMMEaouL and

MiBcn-

MONTHLY EARNINGS OF PRINCIPAL RAILROADS.
Chicago and Alton.-

.

1870.
(431 »n.)

.Jan....
.Feb....
.Mar....
.April..

.123,825

I

—

4,508,643

UUn(\i Central.

1868.

1869.

883 m.) (8152 m.)
$587,412 1(559,137
586,I«5 6S46«3
444,443 709,844
518,800 668.283
673,661 840.974
638,348 778 360
649,714 896,238
76.3,779

589,966

901,»«
699,633
881,040

.

18fj8.

311,«78

331,M1

81,599
98,483
108,461
95,416
95,934
108,413

m)

$180,368
316,080

131,519
135,065
119,169
131,408

14-3,014

1,304,098

—

1870.

(340 m.)
$196,787
318,234
Si3,0«5
570,983
(346,268
349,987
-^211,91»

3-21,459

Sn,088

333,388
193,864
375,330 S 300,971
S»9,H;«
818,967
l&8,044 E856,187
t9l<,037
1318,064
364,898 I

194,466
-97,667

tm,m
nM<i
•NOW

318,6.'»

g

1,916,647

13,439,534

.July...

.Aug...
.Sept...

.Oct

.....

i:i5,.376

129,306
110,837

^-Pacific Of

18<W7

90,177
98,375
101,379
106,a4B
11(1.213

111,117
111,137
118,407
13! ,998
153,531
144,023

....

Vo—

1868

$348,890

...Feb...
...Mar...
..April..
...May...

804,116
826,880
416,758
869,625
326,501
821,013
393,943
456,974
611,820
410,825

..Jnue.

.

-July....

...Ang

...

...Sep
...Oct
...Nov....
...Dec..,.

IronKt.

$302,447 $102,760

207,30-J
38!),27*

278,216
264,273
349,819
184.411
98S.6'6
860,613
339,343
998,708
186,108

267,887
394,^74
389,560
888,000
»6S,3-28

360,449
841.194
356,877
341,873
834,650

.?^i«." „.„ -A-.'.

..

.

.

.

May.,

.

.

.

,

.

..Dec...

49(1.772

890,671

4,570,014

Alton

(310 m.)
$137,594
13.3,893

149,165
165,888
180,545
140,408
148,986
204,596
196,486
310,473
174,600
157,379

«a,m

ft

T.

1869.
(310 m.)

$182,622
127,817
176,950
171,868
157,897
154,132
144,164
186,88<i
202,2.38

304,663

189,3a
168,559

3,014,60

1868.
(464 m.)

$308,667
297,464
276,431
301.952
316,708
378,436
341,885
668,.380

•2568,886

=591,209

1869.
(620-90

m.)

$351,767
319,441
645,789
388,385
449,932
(•523,841

JL455,606
a 632,662
736,664
684,156

o
S

X

424,689
iS 433,434

1870.
(284 m.)
337,992
829,127

.

Y479,33S

4,797,461

5,960,936

1393,468

.-Milwaukee ft
1868.
(8-20

8t,

1869.

m.) (825 m.)

412,030
406.283
3ti3,187

326,S91
378,680
467,990
511,477
453,873

$369,228
321.203
333,607
436,412
666,718
458,190
423,397
522,683
'; 1024,045
E 1037,463
85 550,917
S2. 468,879

$461,130.
830,233
420,774
460,287
630,844
678,800
686,342
526,363
724,614
1,039,811

6,517,316

3811,430

4,749,163

1868.

..Jan...

1869.
(284 m.)

$384,119
820,636
386,527
411,814
403,646
366,628
329,960
853,669
473,546
443,419
374,543

r-8t. L,

93,160 ..Feb...
113,894 ..Mar...
104,019 .
..April.
115,175
116,242 ..Jane,
107,524 ..July..
129,000 .
.•Auk...
124,124 ..Sep...,
137,069 ..Oct
1*1,791 ..Nov...

».-f;

S68,.369

929,077
1,177,897
1,164,529
1,060,946
1,246,213
1,275,171
1,871,780
1,037,963

13,355,461

..

1870.
1870.
(356 m.) (210 m.)

$194,113

1,142,165
1,112,190
1,268,4(4
1,251,960
1.167,056
1,037,973
1,805,672
1,371,780
1,110,145
845,708

(384 m.)

..Jan

.Temr.

m)

(3W

Chic, Bock Is.and Pacific -^ M!ley.

.-i

Michigan Central.

1,391,345

366,906
363,149
304,819

314.409

1(9,752
1 17.695
116,198
129,096

8:0.681

914,406P 863,171
811,4182 841,990
69«,677o .....

1H69.
(340

.Nov...
.Dec...

.May...
.June..

1870.

10(5,641

.

1870.

{1,167m.)
$706,024
75n,783

807,478
850,192
1,094,697
1.211,149
1,180,932
1,076,673
1,251,940
1,507,479
1,570,066
1,107,083
1,001,986

(351m.)

$99,541
90,298
104,685

136,5.56

Ohio ft Mississippi.
1868.

$93,433

R6I,.3.'i7

,817,6308,83.3,483

(34am.)

1869
(361 m.)

(251 m.)

—

1869.

$724,890

—Marietta andCincinnati-

1870.
(974 m.)
$654,!?S7
683,391
644,374
697,571
695,253
760,214
645,768

811,363
979,400

4,681,662

North western
(1,167m.)
$892,092
830,286

.¥ear..

344,366
f 334,663
893,044
l 411,986
e 421,485
; 501,049
= 498,635
r 483,668
432,492

ft

186S.

(1162m.)

$293,978

6,749,595

—Chicago

1870.

(590

m)

$152,393
168,788
172,210
172,817
165,0S4
160,719

167,805
175,458
168,284
150,614

m.)

$401,275 $204,112
449,6'i4
180,840
500,893
289,623
448,800
247,661
607,900
341,456
259.408
629,512
462,400
263,367
656,100
839,610
826,854
697,600
306,764
638,122
373,306
366,272

Cin.ftl187a
m.)

(390

201,600
218,600
344,161
246,046
260,169
274,031
349,356
319,013
817,887
339,38
319,573

.....*... 3,128,177

Panl.^ r-Borth Missouri.-.
1869.
(404 m.)

(404 in.

$n9,7-ii

f.;iM01

882,8-23

91,9117

877,000
443,183

136,-M3
149,1-4

196,207
339,161
269,400
259,000
208,493

1870.

(936 m.)
$396,171

KS71I.

'',26",668

•730,700
755,787
636,434
661,026

^8,318

908,313
801,163' > 791,014
496,650

Haute.—Toledo, Wab. * Western.^
•""'"
1870.
(222 m.)

Col,

1869.
(.390

18°"

m.)

1869.
(521 m.)

$278,712

$2!-4,192

S6:-.136

240,394
842,704
8i:,S33
312,539
348,890
810,800
450,216
470.720
422,368
323,378
434,288

(621

557,790
2«li,S2e

2tw62S
S98 344
283,f83
4f 4,208
4! .0,203

429,898
823,279
399,438
4,»l

1870.
(521 m.)
276,00()

293,645
396,298
818,699
340,892
348,(133

822,766
466,431
508.043
451.393
435,687

139,1)

160,416
160,149
156,566
23!, 663
235.619
248,633

196720
229,090
264.1.90

20:),595

234,963
S66,8f6
356,726

»—Union

Pacifle—

1869.
(1053 m.)

1870.
(1038
528,63
500.18
539,33
6f0,97
803.560
746,460
648,458
664,060
738,636
719,638

591,430
706.603
628,559
617,585
7.')8,*67

999,666
837,888
71t<.838

m

1571,879

.

January

7,

.

«l'6tiMi6Cfi.

1871.]

AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCK

RAILROAD, CANAL,
Snbaorlbers

Id

COMPANIES.

Stock

roratullf-iplanailonofthlitaMe,
•oe Kathcau Honltor, ou the prf
crA\nt PMIS'

stand-

COMPANIES.

Rallroada.

ing.

Bata.

July.

First dlv.

8,1.55,000

SO

2,Ml,ilS0

8,«»1JOO

J.'S.IOC

2,494,900
1,283,200
783,TO)

All«nti\ «nrl \V(i«t Point. Ho. 3W..100
A'tffnstA lind Ssvftnnfth"
100

WO
IW

B»ftlniorc mill Ohio. Xo.SSO

Branch'
Parker^hiiic Branch
BerlHh re No. 24J
no»ton and Albany. No. 347
goat.. Con.* Monl. No. JT3
W»iililnftton

:«5«7,9«2

1,(90,000
7,289 JS35
I
100
600,000
100 19,411,600
100
800,000
oaton, Hartford
Rrleilo. 547.100 %>,000,000
Boeton and Lowell, No. 547
50C
2,215,000
noalonand Mnino, Xn.a74
100
4,471,000
Boaton and Providence, No. 247.100 3„T60,000
Bnffalo.Ncw York and Eric"... 100
950,000
Bnrllnglon anil Mlaaonrt Klvcr .100 1,252,500
,

&

do

Feriods.

Date.

100

do

pref.lOO
Camden and Amboy No. 250
100
do do Bcrlp *f Joint Co.'a'fiSA'TO
Camden anit Atlantic, No. 2SI... SO
do
do preferred.. BO

1871

Cape Cod
(0
Catawlua,* No. 2U
SO
do
preferred
SO
Cedar Rapldt and Mlesoarl< ....100
do
do nref. ..
Cent.Oeorglaft Bank. Co.No.2l3100
Central of New Jcraey, No. aw. .100
Central Ohio
50
do
preferred
50
Central Paclfle No. 888
aharlotte. Col. A Aug., No. 257. —

a July
Mar. a Sep.

Sept

Jan.

July, TU

Jan.

a

June

July.

.

"70

Dec.

a
a

Uc«.,

Oct.
Oct.

ft

April
April

Oct.,

'•J-

4

"ft
'70

Oct.,

TO

Quarterly.
Jan. a July.

May a Nov.

Dec,
May,

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

July.
July.
July.

Dec, 'TO
Dec, 'iO
Dec, TO

Dec.

9

Jan., Tl

Dec, TO

ft
ft

A

June

ft

877,100
781,200
721,926
1,159,500

a Ang.

Feb.

'TO

'TO
4

S
9
3>i

a July,

Jan.

Aug., TO

Doc, TO

Maya

Nov.

May

Nov.

Feb., TO

Dec.

Dec, TO

July.

June A Dec.

Dec.

Dec, TO
Dec, TO
Dec, TO

Cheahlre, preferred
2,085',925
100
Chicago and Alton. No. 248
100
7,045,000
do
do preferred
2,425,400
100
ChlcBnrllng. ftOnlncy. No.2«8.10C 17.590,000

.Ian. ft July.

Dec, TO

Mar.
Mar.
Mar-

ft

Sept., 70

Chicago. Iowa and Nebraska*.. 100
Chicago and Northweat. No. 273.100

Jan.

ft

9

Nov., TO

3JOO,000
5,483,000

.

do

do

pref....l0(i

Uhlc.Jlock Is.aPac. No. 263.. 100
CIn., Bamilton * DaytonNo.263.100
Cln., Rlchm.a Chlcngo'No.263. 50
Clncin., Sand, a Clev.. No. 278. 50
.

do

do

do

pref. 50
Cincinnati ft Zaneavllle, No. 216 50
Clev.. Col., CIn. 4 Ind. No. 2,53. .100

Cleveland ft Mahoning,* No. 247. 50
Cleveland and Pittsburg. No. im 50
Colnm., Chic, a In. Cen.'No. 247.100

Columbae and Xenia*
50
Concord
60
Concord and Portemonth
100
Conn a Paaenrnpalc, of. No. 281..100
Connectlcnt River. No. 247
100
Cumberland Valley, No. 255
SO
Dajrton and Michigan' No. S«3.. 50
Pelaware'
5()
Relaware. Lack.a Wcat. No. 25,5. 50
Detroit and Milwankee, No. 24> 50
.

do
do
Dubuque and Sioux

pref
City-

50
loO
Eaatern (Mase.) No. 247
100
Bast Penneylvnnla, No. 255
50
Tenn. Va. & Geor, No. ^"4.100
BImira * Wllllameport,'No.255. 50
do .
do
pref.. 50
_
Brie
No. 252
100
do preferred
100
Erie and Plttabnrg, No. 255
50
Fitchbnrg, No. 247.
100
Georgia. No. 259
100
Hannibal and St. Joseph No. 241 100
do
do
pref.... 100
Hartford
N. Haven, No. 225.. .100
do
do
scrip
190
Bousatonlc, preferred
ico
Huntingdon and Broad Top'.... 50
do
do pref. 50
,„.
Illinois Central. No. 248.. .....lOO
.

But

.

a

Indianapolis, Cin. ft Lafayette. 50
JelTersonvllle.Mad. a In.,No.227100
.

Kansas Pacific

Lackawanna and Bioomsburg

50

.

.

LakeSho.ft Mich. South. No.JM.lOO
Lehigh and Sasguehanna
50
Lehigh Valley. No. 255
50
Little Miami, lio. 247
.50
Little Schuylkill.' No. 255
50
Long Island, No. S53
50
Loulsv., Cln.

a Lex.,

prf

N0W6

JO
50
Lonlsvllle and Nashville No. JSI 100
Louisville,
Alb.
Chicago. 00
Macon and Western
100

common

do

New

*

MaineCentral

a

Marietta

do

'"lOO
Cln., 1st prl. No.SSO'lSO
do
2d pref. .150

"°

common

...
u
.
Hancnester * i^awrenee, No.''47 100
Memphis and Charleston. No.278 2S
MIcUlgaii Central
No. 207
lOO
Mllwaukeo and St. Paul. No. 258100
do
do
pref
100
Mine Hill a Sch IIavcn'No.255'. 50

°^

..

.

Mlsalsstppi Central'
Mobile a Montg. pref

No.

283*'

100

Mobile and Ohio, No. 259...
"196
Montgomery and West Point !!l00
Morris and Essex,' No. 2S0
50
Nashna and Lowell. No, 247
'lOO
Nashy ft Chattanooga No. 220.100
Nangatuck. No. 195
100
New Bed. ft Taunton, No.247..!l00
New Hav. a Northamp., No. 247.100
New Jersey, No. 250...
.'. 10a
do
scrip
Haw London Northern No. 243 'lOO
N. T. Cent, ft Hudson R..No.252 iCO
•w._ 5-. w ''"j Harlem.
NewTork and ,. 9ertlflcates..lW
No. 1»7 50
do
do pref.
50
S'T^^g'" * *"•» HaventNoJw.100
Boston No.ajD.ioo
5aJ-'X'"T; Petersburg,
Norfolk and l""*
pref. lOO
.

.

4,6««',900

15,000,000
2,425,000
400,000
48,378,740

1,000,000
14,676,629
20,370,293
17,000,000
3,500,000

382.600
2,967,300
428,646
1,676,345
11,620,000
2,056,750
-,2)1,475
11,100,000
1,786,800
1,500.000
350,000
2,0X4.200
1,700,000
1,316,900
2,400,000

4,460368
2,029,778
1,000,000

North'Mi,.o„rl,No*.'yi!":."'.7':"',6,-,

•orthPennsyivania

A

,Tnne

Sept.
Sept.
Sept,

A
A
July.
.Tunc A Dec.
June A Dec.
April A Oct.

8,352300
730,000
3,096,544

50

do

,

TO

-pt,, '70

Dec,

'"!)

Dec, '70

do
do

Dec, TO
TO

<lct.,

8«

Aug., TO
Nov., TO
Nov., '70
Oct.,

'70
'70

5

Dec, TO
Dec, '70
Dec, TO

A
a

July.
July.

December

a July
ft July
a July
May a Nov
Jan. ft July.
Feb. a Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

July,

3
5
4

'70

Dec, TO

Dec, '69
Dec, TO
Dec, 'TO

7

July, TO

Feb.,

Dec,
Dec,

'70
'70
'70
"70
'70

Jan.
Jan.

A Jnly.
a July.

Quarterly.
Jan.

July

ft

Jan. ft July.
Feb. A Ang.

Mar. a Sept,
Jan. ft July.

Feb. a Ang.
May ft Nov.
Quarterly,
narterly.
Jan. a July.

July,
Aug.,
Aug.,

Dec, TO
Dec, "70
Dec, "70
Jan.,

Aug.,
Sept.,
Jan.,

Aug.,

'68
'70
'67
*66

'TO
'67

4
5

'TO
'TO
'70

May,
Dec,
Dec,
Dec,

1«
8«

Auir.,

Jan. ft July.
Jan. ft July.
Feb. a Aug.

'TO

July.
Sept.
Sept.

ft
ft

8«.

May a Nov.

Nov!,'

TO

June,

'69

Jan. ft Jn^.
January.
Jan. a July,

Dec, TO
Dec, 'TO
Dec, -TO
Dec, TO

a

a Dec.

lune
Ian.

ft

July.

May A Nov.

a

Dec,

5
7».

7

NewTork

'67

a July.

a Dee.
May a Nov.
Jnna

4

t
Jnly, TO
ii-]s

Jan., TO

a

Dec.

Dec,

ft

Aug,

ft Aug
A Ang,
May A Nov,

Aug., TO
Aug., TO
Aug., 'TO

Mav,

'6T

Jan.

ft

Jnly,

July,

'TO

Feb.
Feb.

ft
ft

Aug,
Aug.

'TO

Feb., TO

a Aug

Feb.

a Aug,

Feb.,
Feb.,

'67
'67

Jan.

a July.

Jan.,

"es

2,9aT350
1,100,000

Aug.
July.

ft

a

500,000

. .

N. Y.

<fc

BROOKLYN

Dec,
July,

'69
'69

85cte.

Dec, TO
Qnarterlv.
Jan. a July.

Nov.,' TO

T31,2fl0

.100

100

Wells, Fargo A Co
loll
S»«Im«A!p.— Atlantic Mall
100
Paclflc Mall, No. 25T
MO
2V!H<.— Farmera' Loan A Trust. 25
National Trust
100
New York Life and Trust... 100

common

Mar., TO

May

Nov,

Nov'.',''69

Feb. ft Ang.
Feb. & Aug.
Jan. A Jnly.
Feb. a Aug.
Jan. ft July.
Jan. ft July.

Aug., '66
Aug., TO
Jan., "70
Aug., TO
Jnly, "70

May

Nov.,
Jnly,

"TO
"70

July,

'66

Jan.,

TO

Jan.

ft

ft

a

Nov.
Jnly.

4,000,000

18,000,000
6.000,000
5.000,000
4,000,000
20.000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000

jnly.
Qnarterly.
Quarterly.
Jan. ft July.
Quarterly.
ft

Qnarterly.
Qnarterly.
July.
Jan. A <Iuly.
Feb. A Aug.
1,000300 Jan. ft July.
1300,000 Jan. a July.

icO
100

2,886,600
8,698,400
2.824,000

.

Dec, TO

.Ian. ft

Jan.

July, TO

2

|H
Dc"c',''70

Dec,
Nov.,

'70
'60

Dec,

'67

3

Sept., '69

Dec, TO
Dec, TO

9
4
10
9
i

Aug., TO

Dec, TO
Dec, TO

a July.

4300300
7,000,0001

100

CITY

PASSENGER RAILROADS

Prices by C. Otis. Broker in Local Securities, IT Exch. Place .y« 2 pages prevlons

Aug., TO

NAME OF ROAD.

PAB STOCK.

LAST DIVIPKin>8 PAID,

July, TO

Bleccker street and Fulton Ferry.
Broadway (Brooklyn)
Broadway and Seventh Avenue ..
Brooklyn City
Brooklyn City and Newtown
Brooklyn. Prospect Park ft Flatb.
Brooklyn and Itorkaway Beach...
Bush wick (Brooklyn)
Central Park, North A East Rivera
Coney Island (Brooklyn)
Dry Dock, East B'dway ft Battery
Eighth Avenne
Forty-second St. ft Grand St.Ferry

Oct., 'TO
Oct., 'TO

Dec,

D C,

'70
'TO

July. TO

Dec,
July,

'TO
'TO

Apr'n'TO

Doc,

"TO

Not., to

.

>
!
>
!
!

i

!

lOO
900,000
100 200,000
100 2,100,000
100 1300,000
100
400300
100
294,600
100
144,600
382300
100
ICO 13«93(I0
100 W0,000
100 1300300
ICO 1300300
100 748300

Grand Street A Newtown (B'klyn)
Hudson A-'enue (Brooklyn)
Metropol an (Brooklyn)
Ninth Avenne

Feb., TO
Oct., TO

TO

DaCnTO

!1SS

in

::

Oct., ISTO.

..

]'*k

..

....

May,

TO, >inarterl7....

..

Nov., TO, saml-annnal.

[}1S

ISlxtb

5X

••*•

J'nne','iK6!'..'.I

Avenue

Third Avenue......
,V«nlBraiit8tre«t(3T00klTM •-

hco

170300
106,700

i

Dec, TO
Jan., *70

De'c.*,'

i

Second Avenne

May a Nov.

Qoarterly.

Aug., TO

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

4,300,000

25 8.O0O.0OO
100 10,000,000

do

7,771,500

3,150300

1,1T,5,000

100

racinc A Atlantic
Ecpress.— Adams
Amer. Merchants' Union.
United States

493,900

Jan.

8,^39,800
728,100
1,025,000

3,200,000
1,250,000
1,000,000
3,400,000
1 ,550.000
2.000.000
1,200,000
1,000,000
386,000
4,000,000
2,800,000
1,000,000
T50,OCO

.

July, TO
Nov., '70

s

June

No. STTJOO 41363,100 Jan.

Union Trust
United StatesTmst

4

ft jnly.
April a Oct.
April A Oct.
Jan. a Jnly,
Jan. A July.
Jan. ft ,Iuly.
Jan. a July.

4,9!>9,4(1P

jnninff.— Mariposa Gold
100
Mariposa Gold, pref,
100
do
do Trust, certif.
Quicksilver preferred
100
"s"

I3O83OO Jan.

15,000,000

16W

Metropolitan

reteprfipft— We.st.Unlon.

'si'.'

Jan., Tl
Aug.. TO
Jan., Tl

70

1,983,563

,50

3
9

Sept., '66

"i

'64

50
100
60
SO

Harlem
Manhattan
Williamsburg

Sept'.i '66

"ik

"'68

Hay,

Dec,

8,220,.594
1 .633,3.50

Jersey City and Hoboken... 20

....

Jan., TO

"i

Feb.'"'**

Jan.,

A

Feb.

1350,000 Jan.

ConsoUdation Md
Cumberland Coal ft Iron.... 100
Maryland Coal Co
Pennsylvania
50
Spring Mountain
60
Spruce Hill
10
Wllkcsbarre
100
Wyoming Valley
100
(;a«.— Brooklyn
25
Citizens (Brooklyn)
20

/mpror«m^J /'—(Canton
Boston Water Power
Brunswick City

4X

Aug., TO

Dec, TO

a

Mar.
Mar.

'66

July,

Dec, TO

'70
'69

25
1300,000 Mar. ft Sept.
50
2,.50O,00O
25
500300 June ft Dec
Jnly.
100
2,000300 Jan.
100 10,250,000

Ashbnrton
Butler
Central

4
5

»H

iniscellaneoas,
Conl.— American

"3H

5

Oct., •TO

Jan.,

3,888,977
2,002,T46

4

J«

Jan., Tl

Dec,

1,908307 Feb.

?><

3

8 (g'd)

May, TO

555300 Jan. A July.
Jan. A July.

Chesapeake and Delaware
50
Chesapeake and Ohio
25
Delaware Division'
.50
Delaware and Hudson
100
Delaware and Karltan
100
Lehigh Coal and Nav.. No. 256.. 60
Monongnhela Navigation Co
50
Morris (consolidated) No. 2S4...100
do
preferred
100
Pennsylvania
50

8

Dec, TO

i,227,000
1,209.000

Canal.

J*

TO

Oct.,

July, 70

July.

ft

a

do
do
100
pref.
Western (N. Carolina)
100
West Jersey, No. 250
50
Worcester and Nashna, No. 247.100

Is

TO

Oct.,

Jan. Tl

2,500300 June ft Dec.
July.
2360,000 Jan.
2,950300

100

90
90
I'nlon, preferred
.
50
West Branch andSi.'^fiuehanna. 50

'66

Dec, TO
Aug., TO
Dec, TO
Dec, TO

May A Nov,

do
pref.
SnsqnehannaftTI Ic.Water

'71

Jan., Tl

Jan.

Schuylkill Navlgat'n (conso!.)'. BO

Nov., TO
Jan.,

Vermont and Canada'
100
Vermont A Maaaachu., No. 24'7. .100

3X

Oct., 'TO

1,000,000
39,762,!'00
1,6.16,000

252.. 100

Virginia and Tennessee

'67

Dec,
Nov.,

do pref.lOO
No.

TO

TO
Nov., TO
D.-C.,

Jan., TO

1,700,000
1,000,000

We8t.No.255.I00 11,700,000

Itlvcr,

Dec, TO
Aiig.,'

3,000.0

f.O

E. n., iBt pref.lOO
ft

do
do
Union Paclflc

Dec, TO

tSajeo

pref.

tV.D.,2d pref.lOO

Utica and Black

Jan., Tl

155300

do
do

Wabash

'IO

Ang.

5,000.000
898,960

do

flo

Nov.,

.

(Ol

Sept

S

600,000 Jan. ft July,
1300300 Jan. ft July.
<J9O.00O Feb. a Aug.

4,000300
8388,400

* Jaly.
a Aug

Ft.W. AC. guar'. No. 249. 100 1»,«693C0 (Juarterly.
Portland ft Kennebec, No. 258' .100
581,100 Jan. ft July.
302,400 April ft Oct.
_ do Yarmouth stock certlflclOO
Portland, Saco a PorU No. 276.100 1300300 June a Dec.
Providence a Worces., No. 247.. lOO 2,000300 Jan. a H^.
Rensselaer ft Saratoga, No. 2S2 .100 6300300 AprI
05t.
Richmond and Danville No. 2S6.100 4300300
Richmond A Petersburg No. 235.100
847,100
Rome. Wntert. ft Ogd.,No. 245.. '.00 3,000,000 Jan. a Jnly.
Rutland, No. 248
lOO
8.000,000
do preferred
100
1,831,400 Feb. a Aug.
St. Louis, Alton ft Terre Hante.lOO
2,300,000
do
do
do pref.lOO 2,010,000 Annually.
St. I ouls A Iron Mountain
10,000,000
St. LouIk. Jacksonv. ft Chlcago'.lOO
2478,750
Sandusky, Manstl'd A Newark'. 100
905,222
Schnylkfll Valley,' No. 2.55
SO
976,060 Jan. a July.
Shamokln Valley A Pottsville* 50
869,490 Feb. a Ang.
Shore Line Railway
lOO
635,200 Jan. a July.
South CaroUnaNo. 243
30
^3l93^5
South Side (P. A L.I
100
1,865,600
South West. Georgia.' No.£20..10O 3,939,900 Feb. ft Aug.
Syracuse, Blngh A N. y, No.252.IOO 1314,130
Terre Haute and Indianapolis.. 50 1,988,150 Jan. 'a July.
Toledo, Peoria A Warsaw
100
2,TW),000

May a Nov.

n2!iTi'"'A*^J''=''"«'t* No. 247.1001 2368,700 Jan. a July.
Ogdens. a L. Champ.' No JT5. .100 8351300 .Ian. ft Jnly.
Ohio and MIbiHsIppiI'no. 1^"'|oO 2,000,000 April a Oct
934434^
June a Dee.

OUCratkudAUegtiiMirJiiTei,

as.

Feb.

Pitta.,

Toledo,

'

.

9
4

Jan.

3,488.797
483,400
8,71 1,1! 6

100

279

TO

1318,900 Feb.

45,0110,000

4.a'li.r.'0

1300300 Jan. A Jiily.
Pennsylvania No. 244
90 S8,4n3l3 May A Nov.
Philadelphia and Erie,' No, 269. SO 6304 ,ai» Jan. ft July.
do
do pref
90
3,400300 Jan. a July.
Philadelphia and Head. No. 212. 90 29333,100 Jan. a July.
Philadel., & Trenton,' No. 255.. .100
1.099,130 Feb. a Ang.
Phila.,Ger.aNorrl«.,'No.2BS... 50 13»7,390 April ft Oct.
Philadel., Wilming. ft Baltimore 60 9330390 Jan. a Jnly.
Pltlab. A Connellsvllle, No. 256.. SO
1,798336
Pltt»b.,Cll!. ASt. LoulB,No.255. 50 2,428300

Panama, No.

Oct.,

4,389320
l.tM.lfl.1

Rate.

'^Id Colony ft NowhoM wi).
f.iiin
f.l
Orange, Alexan. ft Manaet
100
Oswego and Syracnse.' No. 393 80
Pacillc (of Ml-souri) No. 258. ...ICO

AprliaOct.

5312,729 Juno
Dec.
13,239348 Jan. ft Jnlj.
11.422,664
10,424.903
3,856,490
2.948,789
1.7S8.70O

I'.ih'

Last paid.
Perlodi.

Ing.

.

2W),00O Jan.
1,611,500
8,130,719

A

.Ian.

1,10131 Jan.
Jan.

16,277,500
452,350
2,695,000
5,000,000
4,033,000
1,309,200
3,192,000
500,000
500,000
70,000,000
8,536,900
999,750
3,540,000
4,1S«,000
3.000,000
5,000,000
3,300,000
8,000,000
2,000,000
615,950
212,350
25,273,800
6,189,897
2,500,000
5,012,500
1,339.000
89,000,000
8,789,800
17.718,400
3.573,400
3,»t6,100
3,000,000
848,700
1,«2S,4S2
8,681,500
2,800,000

44.600.ft0
6,500.000
1.500,000
a.mci.ooo
2,000.000
800,500
guar. .100
187,500
ordinary .. :, 861 .800

do
22
'•"
..
ta^^Sr.
North Carolina. No.2<!r
'lOO
Northern of N.H'mpshlre,NoJ5T100
Northern Central. Vo. 24*... _. 50
Northeast. (8. Carolina). No. 201 ..

ft
.Tnne ft

Forafnllexplanatlon of this table,'
fee Aiiliniy JtfonUor, on ttaepre-:
ceding page.

.

380,500
5,000 JMO
937,890

uuiOutstand

'

Last paid.

far

Albany a finnqne hA'ioA
Allegheny V«Ilov, No. SSI

Block

!

Out-

AtUntioand Onfr
AtUn a St. Lawrence" No.

LIST.

oonfsr • creat niTor bj kItIub as IminedlAte notice or any error dUeovered Id oar Tables.

irlll

I

194300

100

n> 1,110300
J

100

Kfioa

Not,, 'n, teml-usat)..,
Nov., 10 anarterlit

»>,

9

.

.:
.

.

;. .

::

.

..
.

'

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.

..
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THE CHRONICLE.

20

RAILROAD, CANAL
SnbsorllMrs

Paces

AND MISCELLANEOUS BOND

1,

1871;

LIST.

slvlnK n* Immediate notice of any error discovered In our Tables.
and 2 of Bonds irlll be publlsbed next week.

ooafor a arreat tUTor

-wtil

[January

1

t>j

COMPANIES, AKD CHARAT^"
TER OF SECURITIES ISSUED
Amount

COMFAITDSS, AND CHAKiCTBB OF SECUKITIES ISSUED Amount
Out-

For » fall explanation of thU standing
Table <M " KaUroad Monitor"
on a preceding page.

When

Where

paid.

1.300,000

M.ftN.

473^100

M.ftB.

New York
New Tork
New York

3>-

paid.

Out-

For a

full explanation of this standing
Table see " Railroad Monitor"
on a preceding page.

Railroads t

TThen

Where

paid.

paid.

A.ftO.

Harrisb'ig
Phlladel.

'TO-'Tl

Phlladel.

18..

Railroads :

»»bllt<ttrontgamerv (Mayl.'M):

Mortgage

let

JfonlaonuruitEufalaOltiy,
Ut M. by state of Ala

TO):

M^rrU A Buex (Jan., *70)

Ut Mortgage, sinking fu-id..

F.ftA.
J.
J.

3.4«9,17<
900,000
206,000

Jfauffatttci (Jan. 1, "20)
1st Mort. (convertible) 1856.

J.

4

70):
1,000,000

convr^rt., free State tax
Jer9«i/ (Jiin. 1 '70);

ft

F.ftA.
F.ftA.

3,000,000

M.ftN.

New York

ftD.
A.ftO.

N. London

V

M,00O
axfioo

ft

A.

J.

291.700

debts).

(Oet.

1,

J.

N. Y.ftLon

New Tork

ft

M.ftN.
F.ftA.

20,000p.m

.

ft

J.
J.

J.

ft

1875

ft

J.

'73- '78

1877

1«7
1872
1893

Shops N.C. 72 18
1867

ft

J.

M Mortgage (sinking fund)
M Mortgnge (V. & c. RR guar)
Consolidated Mortgage,
gold

B. (Apr. I, "in".
Companv Bonds of 1854
^rthern yew Jerneu (Jan., 'lOV
Ut Mortgage (guaranteed). .'.
yorwich .t WorreMer (Dec. 1. '69):
lat Mort. aiass. loan) s'k'g fund

Q.-J.
J.

New York
New

.

itL. CAa>j>.<April,'TbV:'
EQnlpment Bonds (tax free)..

•fljKiMii.

OMO <f MtuHttlppt (April, 'TO)
l* Mortgage (K. Dl v.) .!...'.
e(E.] Iv.)..
Ut Mortgage? DIv.)
e(W.
MMortgagef Dlv.)
>(W.
Ueome Mortgage (W. Dlv.)

J.
J.

„

'

UtMortgage

A
4

4 0.

115,000

A.

J. ft J.

400,000
124,500

J.
J.

ft
ft

J.
J.

J.
J.
J.
J.

3.060,000
890,000
937,000
231,900
2,758.000
105,000

4

4 J.
4 J.
4
4

4

8,170,000

*.*'!

f>mnge. Alex.it Hanwt.{Oci.\.>my
Ut Sort. (O. ft A. RR.) I«i ".."
(O. 4 A.) 1855..
(O. ft A.) 1858..

Mort. exten. (O. ft & ) lami
Ut Mort. (O., A. it M. RR mi,
V». I^an (84y'rs) s'k'g rd, •58-».

Otaae Vallty (3an. 1, '70):
lit Mortgage, I8«^ (5-ao years)
Omeego it Home (Oct. 1, '69)1st Mortgage, guaranteed
Income Mortgage

.

4- .'^i/racuee (Oc"t.'l.''69*)''

Mortgage

9d Mortgage
'actile orllSteourl (Mar.'i
.•70):

(gold)

Boston.

Boston.

New York

1874

1877
1877

1872
1872
1874
1883

London.

F.ftA.
A.ftO.
M.ftS.

Boston.

400,000
1,130,500
978,900

M.ftN.

New York

881,700
708,000
249,962
300,000

1885
1900
1877
1900

4 J.

Richmond
Alexand'a

New York

J. ft J.
10

/

J. ft J.

500.0001

M.ft N.

200,000

F.ftA.

'92.'93

Niw York
New York

M.ftN.
M.ftN.

New Jorkj TO-'SO
New Tork

(#10,000

F.ftA.

634,773
•3,847
740.998

A.ftO.
F.ftA.
A.ftO.

fSct°"'"7Ji)"''"°"
1st Morticage, sterling

'rVW""^ 'April. Rft.)
Ut Mortgage Ofenn.

3,899,830|

»oo,ooo;

'70):

aneral .*ort. (Phil, to PUtsS!)

do
do

new, coQpon.

4,»13,000

J.

3,9M,000
3,383340

A.ftO.
A.ftO.
Q.-J.
JTftJ.
A.ftO.

«,836,500

n»».regfct'd.:.3/IOi);MOj

London.

New York

7
ft

J.

Mortgage

Phlladel

London.
Phlladel.

1880

ITO
1875
1910
1910

MIO

A.ftO.
A.ftO.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

J.

ft

4
4
4
ft

ft

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

London.'
Phlladel.

1884

A.ftO.
A.ftO.

'71-'78

1887

New York

J. ft J.

J.ft-J.
J, ft J.

A.ftO.
A.ftO.
A.ftO.

M.ftS.
J.

ftD.

J.
J.

ft
ft

J.

ft

J.

4

J.
J.

ft

J.
J.

New York

13,500
180,500
175,000

ist Mortgage (gold)
Port Huron <e L. Mich. (Mar.l,'S9):
Ist Mort. (gold) for f 16,000 per
Portland it Kennebec (Jan. 1, '70):

Baltimore.

600,000
161,600
1,398,000
408,500
137,600

Placerville it Sacrum. (Jala. 1,'70):
Ist Mortgage

J.

F.ftA.

190,000
490,000
400,000
900,000
125,000

.

J.

690,000
350,000

.

Fhlladd.

329,200
361,800
81,115

2d
2d
2d
2d
a..
2d
2d
3d Mortgage.
Bridge Jo.
Bridgejb. 4 P. RR.) Mort.. '56
_
, ._
P., f: W. 4 C. construe, bds'57
Equip. Bonds of 1869, tax free..

F.ftA.

225,000
925,000

Mortgage (series B).
Mortgage (series C).
Mortgage (series D).
Mortgage (series E).
Mortgage (series F).
Mortgage (series G)
Mortgage (series B)
Mortgage (series 1}
Mortgage (series K)
Mortgage (series L)
Mortgage (serieB M)

J.

ft

M.4N.
J. ftD.
J. ft J.

1912
1S13
1812
1912
1912
1913
1912
1912
18T6
1887
1874

F.ftA.
M.ftS.
A.ftO.

M.4N.
J.

4D.

A.ftO.
M.ft N.
J.

4

J.

M.ftS.

Ban Franc.

New Tork

Mortgage extended,

1863
Consolidated Mortgage, 1865...
Funded Interest, 1868

Augusta.
Boston.

Augusta.

"70):

ie»4
1894
18..

1883
1896
18:3

Portland.

'70)1:

PhlUdel.

(Oct.1,'70):

2d Mortgage
1st Mort. (Sara. 4 Whitehall)
IstMort. (Trov, Salem ft Rutl'd)
Glens Falls RtS. Mort

A

1913
1913
1913
1912
1912

F.ftA.
M.ftB.
A.ftO.

m

Ist

1871
1880
1886
1880
•13-77
1893
1893

J.

J. ft J.

875,000
875,000
875,000
875,000
875,000
875,000
860,000
860,000
860,000
860,000
860,000
860,000
2,000,000
153,000
100.000
1,000,000

Newark

Danville (Oct.l,

M.&

J.
J.

Troy.

S.

New Tork

M.ft N.

'69)

State Sinking Fund Loan
Bond guaranteed by State

Consol. Mortgage, coupon
Consol. Mortgage, reg
Roanoke Valley RR. Bonds
Richm. A Petersburg (Oct. 1, '69)
Ist Mort., convertible
2d Mort., coupon and reg
3d Mort. of 18ia. coupon
Rock/., R. I. A St. Louis (Jan.1'70):
1st Mort- (gold) convert, (jtee
Rock Isl. A Peoria (Jan. 1 .0):

4

M.ftN.
M.ftN.
F.ftA.
ft

J.

J. ft D.

M.ftS.

1873
'a0-'87

1886
1890
1894
'87-'88

'T5-'76
'75- '90

Richmond

New Tork
N. T. * B.
Phlladel.

"

'75-'

8

1875
1875
1870

N.T.orLon

9,000,000

,

'

Ist

Mortgage

1,500,000

,

Rome.'hat.AOgdensb. (Jan.l,^):
Sink. F'd Mort. ( Wat. 4R) IBS.
Qnaran. (Pots. A Watert'n) '53,

782,800
405,500
591,000

Sink. Fund Mort. (general) '61.
Rutland A Lurlington (Jan. 1, '69).
1st M. (conv. into Rut.pref. st'k)
2dM. (conv. into Rut. com. st'k)
Sacramento Valley (Jan. I, "TO):
IstMortgage (gold)

IstMort. (52m. In Iowa)
2d Mort. (52m.ln Iowa)...

A

400,000
329,000

.

J.

New York
Sacram'to

ft

M.ftS.
J.

ft

1893
18S3

J.

F.ftA.

N.Y.orL'n

J.

New Tork

F.A A.
M.4N.
F.ftA.
J.

16,000p.m

A

Mortgage (gold)

ft

J.

A.ftO.
M.ftN.

A.ftO.
ft

M.ftN.

1,900,000
2,600,000

120,000
700,000
1,200,000

Sf.Alu! <* i^Clst DIv.(Jan.l,'70):
Ist Mort, (10 m.) tax free.....
IstMoit. (St. P. to Watab.SOm.)

2dMort. (land grant)...,....

J.
J.

M.AS.

.

Gencr.il Mort.. sterling
l5',¥°.3-l West. I'e, for M.OOO.OOO
2dM..W.llne (land) forf^ooo.ooo

78b',60O

100,000

.

i

08,000

J.

ft
ft

ft

J.
J.

ft

J.

1893

18M
1896

1805

New York

1892
1892
1893

1398
1S97
18..

London.

New York

J. ft J.

1894
1894
1894
1894
1894

New York
New Tork
New York

J.

J. ft D.
ft J.
ft J.

J.
J.

J.

New York
New Tork

J.

1,000,000

2dM.skgfd(gnar.).

1875
1881

M.ftS.

2,365,000
360,000

St. Louis and Southeastern
1st Mort. conv. tax free (gold).
St. Louis
SI. Joseph (AfT.i, "TO)

,

1863
1863

4,000,000

Jacks. A Chic. (Feb., TO):"
IstMort. (guar.) 1864, tax ft-ee..
2d Mort. (guar.) tax free

St Paul A .^louxOUy (Jan^TO):
1st Mort. for tl6,000 per mife
ScmaMky,3f.Ayew'rkCJaji. '7(6:
lit Mortgage, new, 1869..

1891

F.ftA.

J.

1880
'70- '74

J.4D.

1,500,000

Mortgage

»2,020,000

AD.

New York
New Tork

1,100,000
1,100.000
1,400,000
1,400,000
1,700,000

A^. Haute (July 1, '69):

Mort. (series A) sink, fund
Mort. (series B) sink. ftmd..
2d Mort. (series C)
2d Mort. (series D)
2d Mort. (IncomeJ
St. Louis A Iron Mt. (Julyl. '69)''
1st
1st

General Mort., for

J.

1,400,000
500,000
150,000

St, Joseph
Denver City :
Ist Mortgage (gold)nax free.
St. L.,Alt.

M.ftS.

F.ftA.
F.ftA.

A T.Haute (Jan. l,'70y:
l«tM.:skgfd(gnar.)

18..

1870

J.

ft

4,000,000
400,000
2,394,100

ft Ind. re-org.
Dlv. Bunds
PiUsburg itConnellev. (Feb., '70):
let Mort. (new) free State tax..
1st Mort. (Turtle Cr. Dlv.)
City & 'ounty loans
ft

t.L.,ramt.
1875
1872
1897

Phlladel.

J,

J.

6,208.000
3,000 000
775,000

M. Steubenv.

Col.

Ist

J. ft J.

»d Mortgage. sterling...
General mortKnz^. sterlln'i^""
fOierm, ^ jr,,car% (jin
1, W):'
"'
,1" >''>"«»«'. KuaranteeSf

188S

A.ftO.

J. 4

PUtab.,Oin.itSt.Lotli3lSet.,'VSy..

Ist

1916
1891

1877
1881
1881
1885
1^20

353,000
1,000,000
985,000

St. L.,

1(8,900
175.000

"O"'^'

^^'if^

.

A

Phlla., Wtlm.
Salt. (Nov. 1, '69):
1st Mortgage, convertible
Loan of 1868
Loan of 1867

A

1873
1875
1873
1880
1883

Phlladel.
Phlladel.

2,266,000
3,500,000

St. Joseph
C. Jiuy»(Jan.l, '70):
1st Mort. (80 m. In Mo.)

1877
1875
1876

1891

A.ftO.
A.ftO.
A.ftO.

1,086,9100

'49

Phlladel.

881,800
102,000
2,497,800
147,000
182,400
288,000

2d Mortgage (gold)

Phlladel.

M.4N.
M.4 8.
J. 4 J.

and

'44, '48

Loan of 1857, convertible
Loan of 1836, sterling
Loan of 1836, sterling
Loan of 1868
Loan of 1868
Loan of 1870 (».i,000,000) conv.

1st
Ist

1894

J. ft J.

1,000.000
3,000,000
2,000,000
3,000,000
8.598,000

.

1879

1.388,000
458,000
1.000,000

J.

Lo8nofl849
Loanofl861
Loans of '43,

18..

800,000

IstMortgage

New York

J.

(Feb.', '"71)'):

...

Baltimore.

J.

J.
J.

'69):

Ut Mortgage

1895

Annapolis Irred

A.ftO.
J.
J.

1,000,000

thlladelpMa it Erie (Feb. '70):
1st Mort. (Snnburv & Erie RR.)
Ist Mort. Phil. & Eric (gold)...
rio
do(currency)
do
2d do
do
Sd do
do
Philadelphia it Head. (Dec. I, '69);

Richmond

J.
J.

400,000

500,000

'
Consol. Mort.
i ,
Consol.Mort.ste- ( *°' W.80O.00D
op Cf-Mt <t Allegh. K. (Feb., "70):

J.

Mortgage

2d Mortgage 1864
Rensselaer it Saratoga

1885
18T7

New York
New York

600,000

Reading A Columbia (Feb.,
IstMortgage 1862

Tor,*

Fhiladel.

A.ftO.

A'.

.

ft

Ist

1875

A.ftO.
M.ftN.

1,900.000
1,779,000
1,223,000
900,000
1,874,000

Yal, (Jan.

Portland it Rochester (Jan, 1,
IstMortgage, 1867

(Tharlest'n

J.

A.ftO.
A.ftO.

Bureau

.

'70):

Mort. (State loan)
Jd Mortgage (sinking fund)

Ut Mortgage

1873
1&93

1876
1881
1899

J.
J.
J.
J.

M.ftB.
M.ftS.

700,000
145,000
108,048

3,275,000
360,000
8:1,500

1st

Mb

ft
ft
ft

it

Mortgage, guaranteed

Peoria Pek.i£JacKsonv.(.ZAa.\,"!Oy.

1st
1st
Ist
1st
1st

'M)

1st

Ist

M.ftN.
M.ftS.

6,000,000
4,000,000
9,000,000

1888

New York

J. ft J.

J.
J.
J.
J.

Ist

1, '70):

.

J. ft J.

1, "70)

Fnndt^d Interest (certificates)'
North MtufOHH (Jan. 1, '70)
1st MortRage of 1865

MMort.exten.
MMort.exten.

1886
1890

1894

M.ftN.

490,500
61,900

Mortgage
2d Mortgage

1,

NewTork

J.

157,000
308,000
'3,000
290,000

1st

Mortgage
3dMortgage
SdXortgage

ft

F.ftA.

163,000
100,000
390,000
512,000

North Carollnii (April, 10):
Mort. Bonds (various) '67-

S&rth Penwti/Umnia (Nov.

1871
1885
1872

"TO):

S^foik it Peterehurg (Oct. 1, tt):
lit Mortgage
1st Mortgage
Funding Mortgage
Id Mortgage for $500.000

Oiwegrt

J.

Peoria

Q't'ly.

8,000,000

Pittsb., PtW.it Chic. (Feb., '70):
1st Mortgage (series A).

New Tork

1,099,500

^ ew 7ork.Prov.it Bost.{Se^.\
Ut Mortgage ....
Improvement ...
Extension
New Bonds 1889

Company Bonds
Company Bonds
Company Bonds

1889

J. ftD.

8,000,000
1,767,000

1st Mortgage
r. it Oewego Midland:
lit Mort. (gold)

OM Otlnny ityeicport

187S
1878

M.4N.

IT.

Construction Bands

1899
1880

M.& N.
F.4 A.
M.4N.

•(»)

Mortgage of 1898
Consolidated Mort. of 1883
/r«K? York <t y. Hacen (Apr. 1. "70);
ISt

rorlAern,

New Tork

J. ft J.

J.

5,946,639
1,514,000
592,000
182.000
2,900,000

Benewal bonds

NorlAern Central (F^b.,

;1889

isn

A.ftO.

2,741,000
1,168,000

Subscription (assumed stocks).
Beal Estate
,

M Mortgage ol
8d Mortgage

New York

1, '69):

Premium Sinking Fund
Sinking Fund (assumed

Bonds of 1857
ft«rtAea*l«m (March

1887

-70):

»3.000,0(» (185C)..,

1860

hete York Central (Oct.

1876

1, '70):

Mortgage Bonds
Morf, extension
Convertible Bonds
ft. Or J., J: <t et. JTort*. ( Feb..
let

y«w York * Harlem

N. Haven.

J.

Bar. Bay)

free
yorth. (Jan.

Mort. for

J.

1890

N. Haven.

800,000
490,000
1UU,0UU

Ut Mortgage, tax

l»t

New York
New York

1,114,234
'69):

Fhiladel. SSalt. Cent. (Nov.,

1887
1870

A.ftO.

Loan

1914
1891
1900
1889

Nashville.

400,1100

Jnw
StLoan
Loan

MMort. of

J.

Ist

'90-'93

Brldgep't.

6,

it y. F. (Nov.,
Mortgage, guaranteed

Pennjiylvania

New York
New Tork

M.ftN.

900,000

]atMortl8«9

yew London

J.
0.

4 J.
4 J.

J.

290,000

B ond^

&

4

J.

J.

146,700

<t Xew York (Jan.. "70)
Hortgage,
Mortgage, 1867
ITtuburg db Seui Tork (April, '70)
Ut Mortgage iniar. by Erie
' Derby iUn.l.'m:
lltMortgagL

SatUhern (Del.

ft

A.4

1st

J.

ft

A.ftO.

Seuxiri

V.

J.

l,5<«.00O

Ala.)

ft

J.

800,000
2,000,000

lat Mort. (State loans)

ad Mortgage
_Income7Tenn.

M.ftN.
F.ftA.

ismm

3d Mortgage
CoBTeruble bonds.
Oonfltructlon bonds
Knkw. AChattanooga(Jalj 1,'Wlet Mort, endorsed by Tenn
JHuhvUU it Decatur (Oct. 1, '6

works purchase
Short Bonds (debentures)
State

New York
Niw Tork

19..
18..

1896
1909

I

;

January

7,

: ;.

1

:

, : . ..
..

.:

:

: :: ...
:

THE CHRONICLE,

1871

RAILROAD, CANAL

21

AND MISCELLANEOUS BOND

LIST.

notice of anr error dUeovered la our Takle*.
ankacrlbera will eonftr a Bfe.t Ifcvor bjr bIvIhk u« Immediate
Pages 1 and 3 of Honda ivlll be publlabed next iveek.
COMPANIES', AND CHABACITKK OF BECLRlTIEa ISSUED, ^monnt
COUP AMIES, AND CUARACiirmuT.
I88UKD. Amount

TEB OF 8KC:U1UTIK8

Out-

For a tall oiulanstlon of thia standing
Table i« " Railroad Monitor
on a preceding pa(<.

tall explanation of thia ,2,°ir__
•»»»«">«
Table t» "Itallroad Monitor"
on a preceding page.

For a

Wh

n

Where
paid.

paid.

Batlroada i
A MtrU. ('Mar. 1

Vlctifrt<r0

Railroad* t
dcnannah

C'Aorlwton

<t

SCO

lit Mort(r»«:o 1889.............

StcOiuari ^kRoanoli* (Jan.

Mortgage
id MurtyaKe
8d Mortgago
iBt

Stlmu. Some A Oalton ( Ken., "»)
lat Mort. (Ala. 4 Tenn. Kivers)
ad .Mort. (Ala. & Tenn. Rivera).
Oen. Mort. for »5,000.0tl0. tax free
ShamolctH V.ttPoUtv. (Nov., 69):
lat Mortgaire guaranteed. ....
tktbojiaan it P.iu lac (Jan.l,*!*):

Mortgage

moux CUy ±

Pacific (Marcti,

^)

—

Mortgage
ad Mort. (governm. aabildy)
atmtrut <tZmn<ft<c (Jan. 1,*M):
Ut Mortgage
3d Mortgage
South Carolina (Jan. 1, "10):
lit

. .

Sterling loan, iMS2.9ia 10<
SterUng loan, £59,0^ Wt.M....

^omeatic Bonda (H)
i)omeatlo Bondi (O)
Domeatlc Bonds (I)
Oomeattc Bondf (K.)
Domeatic Bondf tapedal)

W, R.R. Hai.X lloifls
gouthem CerUrfU N \
8.

A

Small

If.Ala'!.!

ma

tao.ooo

838,500
241,000
8.000,(«0

MortgUKe

W)

—

.

Va. State Loan (auspended)
Mort. I'etersbarg guarantee
8d Mortgage

M

touthtmjirnnetota (Jan. 1, '69):
lat MortKage, \0-'JO years
Southw. l.a(fU of Mo. (J an. 1,'69)

Company Bonds

1,

1873

ftD.
ftD.

An^ta.

1874
1876

J.
J.

London.

J.
J.

2,013.»U

J.
J.

ft
ft

363,900
247,475
817,010
853,900
41,000
SO.UOO
4t9.000
1,500,000

Charlest'n

A.ftO.

'71-'8B
'71.'85
'e»-'73
'78-'74
'88-"91

J. ft J.
J. ft J.
J. ft J.

1818
1871

M.ftS.
F.ftA.

New York im
New York

A.ftO.

Boston.

750,000

M.ftS.

Brooklyn.

1887

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

Now York
Pttersb'g.

'84-'90
'84-'90
'96-'00

New York

1887

358,000
574.400
407,800
800.000
81,700
53,400

ao,ooopm

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

J.

ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft

J.

J. ft J.

Var.

Petersb'g. 'TO-IS
'63-T2

New York

'70-'1S

"W):
J.

ft

J.

300,000

1,W7,0!0

TtrrtBautt%
Mortgage Bon

/nd'p<)H»(Feb.,''Tb')':
is of 1869

irar«au>(Jaa.l,'69):
2ol.,
lit Mortgage ( W. DlT.)
lit Mortgage (E. Dlv.)

ad Mortgage (W. DlT.)
Bqalpm^l 6' a of 18.0 conv.S.F.
lot., Wab. it Wmterti iJsn.li^y.
lit Mort. (Tol. 4 nu 75 m.) ....
lit M. (L. Erie, W.& 8t.L.,ie7m.)
lat Mort. (Ot. wtn, W. D..100 m.j
lit Mort. (Ot. Wt'n of '59, 181 m.)
1st Mort. (Quln. & Tol., S4 m.)
lit Mort. (Ul. dk 3. Iowa, 41 m.).
ad Mort. (Tol. & Wab., IS m.)
a4 Mort. (Wab. ft Wt'n, 161 m.)
Jd Mort. (Gt. Wt'n of '5», 181 m.j
Bqnlpment Bonda(T.ftW.,75m.)
Ooniol. Mortgage (500 m.)oonT.
iTOB <t Boston (Oct. 1, '6»):
.

.

348,000

A.ftO.

1,800,000
1,600,000
1,300,000

406

New York
New York
New York
New York

J.ft D.
J. ft J.

900,000

2,500^00
707,000
1,771.000
500,000
300,000
1,000.000
1.500,000
2,300,000
600,000
2,700,000

F.ftA.

A.ftO.
F.ftA.
F.ftA.
A.ftO.
F.ftA.
M.ftN.
F.ftA.
M.ftN.

New York

Land Grant Bonda(orflO,000,dOO
Income Bonda
iMion PadficCent. /(r.(Jan.l,'69)

9366,000
10,000,000

A.ftO.
M.ftS.

m

.

.

3,340,000
4,063,000
6,808,000
600,000

free,...
Valltg (Feb., TO):

Ist
1st

M (inlarged) Mortu.
ttb Mortgage, for

Moome

%U

Bonds
ttb Mortgage (funding),

»*(l)t«r»dC«rttflo*t«i„

A.ftO.

New York

300,000
400,000

J.ft
J.ft
J.ft
J.ft

J.
J.
J.
J.

nattlmore.

30Ojl)0O

800,000
6,(00,000
2,7S.'i,0O(>

Oovernment Lien

1887
1889
187S

Mortg

it

WhUehaU A

ige
Flatttb. (Sept.

181S
1818
'95-'99
'95- '99

Boston.

87-'89

N.Y.4B08.

•7«-'74

New York

1895
189S

F.ftA.

New York

189S
1896

J'el.'Tl

1916

4,321,000

J.h
J.*
J.
J.

1896

New York

1899

3.

Utica.

1878

*D.

Boston.
Boston.

1886
1891

ftD.
M.ftN.
M.ft K.

Fhlladel.

tS-'M

F.ftA.

188«

290,000

J.ft J.

New York
New York

300,000

J.ft J.

PhUadel.

739,300

A.ftO.

FhlladeU

576,887
197,777
710,000

J.ft J.

(Juotatlo

yO.K.

1, '69):

Mortgage
.,^..
tncomico A Pocomoke (Jan. 1,'70):
lat Mortgage
Ist

WlLiCfuirlARutherrcl (Oct., '69):
IstMortgage, new
WItmington A Head. (Feb., 10)

latMortgage
Wilmington A Wetdon (Oct. 1, '69):
lat Mortgage, sterling
Sterling Bonds
&ln,klng Fund Bonds of 1W)7

R.R.

Street Paeaenger

art.

4,000,000

iBt

1st

M.ftN.
J.ft J.

New York
New York

1890

J.ft D.

J.ft J.

Brooklyn.

ins

M.ftN.

626,000

J.ft J.

314,000

J.ft J.

700,000

M.ftS.

308/)00

J.ft J.

200,000
19,000

A.ftO.
M.ftN.

1*1,000

J.ft J.

860,000
200,000
150,000
375,000

J.

350,000

J.* J.

694,000

J.

ft

J.

CentralP.TN.AB. iM»er(Oct.l,'69):

Mortgage

l8t

.

D'yD't.SJrdicayABat.iOc.l.'K):

Mortgage
Eighth Avenue
latMortgage
Ist

(Oct.

1, '69):

;..

adsCAGranii at.FerryiOct.l.'TOy.
Mortgage
KecU Estate Mortgages
A'inlh Avenue (Oct. 1, '69):
latMortgage
SecoTvl Avenue (Oct. 1, '69):
1st Mortgage
2d Mortgage
lat

8d If ortgace
Consolidated convertible.
Sizth Avenue (Oct. 1, '69):

Mortgage

lat

1884

isn

New York

18..

iHl. Ajft'ioot/yn (Oct.1,'69):

Mortgage.

Third Aremie (Oct. 1, '69):
rialn Bonds (tijx free)

ftD.

18..

New York
New York
New York

1874

New York
New York

18..

F.ftA.
A.ftO.
M.ftN.

i,i«oj)oe

J.

2.089,400

J.

1878

1871
1876
188B
1888

New York 18(0
New York IMO

J.ft J.

ft

18..

Canal
Chetmeake A
Chesapeake

Delate. (Juoel,69):

A

Ohio (Jan.

1886

1, '69):

Maryland Loan, sinking fund
Guaranteed Sterling Loan

.

2,000,000
4,s:5,000
1,699,900

Baltimore

1870
1890
1886

Baltimore.

London.
J.ft J.

.

J.ft J.

Fhlladel.

1878

. .

M.ftN.

New York

lan

Mortgage
^.
A Hudson (June, 10):
Registered Bonds (tax free)
1,500,000
Regietered Bonds (tax ftee)...
3,900.000
Dela. A Baritaji See Cam. ft Am boy KR.

-6-17

Erie qf Pennsylvania (Nov.

1, '69):

Bonda

J.ft J.
J.ft J.

Fhlladel.

186S
1878

94,800
5,656,099
2,000,000
5,000.000
1,496,879

J.ft J.

Fhljadel.

1873
1884
1887
1897
18TI

783,350
389,439

A.ftO.
A.ftO.

743,6M

for Interest

161,960

Lehigh Navigation (Nov.
Loan of 1873
Loan of 1884

1, '69)

Loan of 1897
Gold Loan of 1897
Convertible Loan of 1877
Morris (Feb. '70):;
Ist and 2d Mortgages
Boat Loan, slnkl ug fund
Penntylvania (Feb., 10)
1st M ort. tax f ree g. b y Pen
SchuylkiU XavigaUon (Nov.l,
IstMortgage
3d Mortgage

Improvement
Sutq.A Tide Water (Feb.,
Maryland Loan
Loan of January 1,1878
Pref. Intei-est Bonda

BR

J.

H.ftS.

London.
Baltimore.
M

329,000

J.ft J.
J.ft J.
J.ft J.

8,000,000

M.ftN.

PhlladeL

399,000

J.ft J.

Fhlladel.

Mortgage
A SiM«.(reb.,»)
IstMortgage
2d Mortgage tax free
Wyoming vSuey (Feb., 10)
ming
IstMortgage
lat

West Branrh

atSAOo

494,000
990,000
778,000
119,000
7)8,000

J.ft J.

New ToTk

BR. of N. J.)
......

•.1,000

:

Mortg. B'ds.

adMortgSire(gold).^....
OiyMjattr Workt:

M.ftN.
FhlladeL

1R8

J.ft J.

New York
New Yoric

un

J.*

J.

New York

900,000

\jmfm

IB

...

Mortgage Bonda (goM)

jr.

1818
18*6

SWdOO

OtOektilver (Feb., '70)
lit Mortgage (gold)
Bocltetltr

ifiOOfiOO

1, '69)

IstMortgage
Ptnntylvania Coal

1873
1811

WO

M.ftN.

J.ft J.

Cumberlatid Coal (Jan.

C.

FhUadel.

J.ft J.

:

1860
1860
1899

ii-in

ft

Vtiion (Feb., 10)

Bonds (gnar. by

1876
1886

Phllade

1,381^000

TO):

un

IIW

J.

M

Jerte^ty

1,751,313
4.016,670
306,900

New^York

t86»
1900

jTftD.
J. ftD.

M

'69):

A.ftO.
A.ftO.
A.ftO.

1813
1884

(J.- J.

Q.-F.

IfiOOfXX)

.

niaeellaneona
Amtr. Dock A Imp. Or).(Jan.l,'»9):

**

1884

J.ft J.

:

1888

ft tJ.

B rokc

300,000

Mortgage

Bolton.

J.ft J.
J.ft J.
J.ft J.
J.* J.

Blstare,

1881
1836
1897

sau Street.

1, '69):

Mortgage

J.ft J.
J. ft J.

J.

London.

New York

300,000

A "ith Ave. (Oct. 1, '69);

Mortgage

Coney

US

1,500,000

Mortgage

Broadtotiy

iro

1,200,000

Bteeclter St.A Fulton /.(Oct.1,'69):

515,700
174,900

1, '69)

New York 18M

1,800,000

IstMortgage

New York

4,275,000

UMM

M.ftN.

1,970,000

Penntylvanla (Nov. 1, '69;
tat Mortgage, guaranteed
Welem Union (Jan. I, '69):
«•(.

:

ii-ie

ITSfllO

Mortgage (gold)

1890
1890

'98-'«7

8,000,000
1,500,000
1,000,000
1,000,000

K.Y.ftLon

600,000

[¥etitern Ixici/ic:

886,000
114,000
399,300

Bonds cotivertlile, tax

Mortgage
Mortgage
ad Mortgage
FIrnnia A Jmnf»t* (Oct.
litMortgag*

1896
1894
1886
1880

M.ftN.
M.ftS.

tMca

Ywmont

1879

J.ft D.
J.ft J.

.

Union Padfic, s: Br. (May 1, "TO):
lat Mort. (gold),»25J)00 p. m. ..
dt Black Svtr (Dec, '70):!
IstMortgage 1868
Vimtont Ctntrat (June 1, 'TO):
1st Mortgage (conaol.)
3d Mortgage (consol.)
Konlp. Loans of '66 andtl
do
1969
do
ttrmont A Matt. (Feb.. '70):
litMortgage, sinking tand

187*

J.ft J.
J.ft J.

S. f)(o.(Jan.l,'70)

Mort. (gold), 140
Mort. (gold), 398.»im
ad Mort. (government subsidy)
1st Mort. (Leavenworth Br.)
Land Grant Mort. for t5«O,()0O
Income B'ds (gen.) 110,000 p. m
1st
lit

2a Mort., endors. by Baltimore.
2d Mort., end. by waah. Co
New Mortga((e preferred

Ist

J.ft J.
J.ft J.

i,60aw

1875
1880

1883
1818
1871

A.ftO.
M.ftN.
M.ftS.

360,000

«i

New York

10):

IstMortgage

J.ft J.

1,600,000

A.ftO.

Deiavxire

27,287,000
27,236,513

**

Camden.

J.ft J.

1, '69):

lat Mortgage, g»ar ...... .^....
•Teitern Maryland (Jm. 1, 10):
lat Mort., cndora. by Baltimore
lat Mortgage, unendoraed.

lat

Fhlladel.

J.ft J.

Ala. (Jan.

Q,-J.

Mort. (gold), tax free
ad Mort. (Kovernment subsidy)

Mort. (gold), tax free
ad Mort. (government snbeUdrj

1,

G

Mort. L.

M.ftN.
M.ftN.

J.ft J.
J.ft J.

lat

M.ftS.

613,800

iJondB having next preference
Delaware Division (Feb., 10)

500«IO

1st

1874

1871

M.&N.

900,000
800,000
650,000
437,000

litMortgage
ad Mortgage
8d Mortgage
Convertible Bonda
Jroy Union (Oct. 1, '69):
lit Mort., guaranteed
ad Mort.. guaranteed
Vnion Pacific (Sept., "70):

Boston.

F.ftA.

tyracj»^'<i'if.'r.'(6ci.'i,''<xi):

Union Pad^,

77.'80

Fhlladel.

J.

4CO,000
1,000,000
816,500

A.ftO.

New York

Blook..r'lotl'.AFlatb'h(S>C.\;«S):

638,000
500,000
350,000

lat

J.ft J.

10):

Wett Witcontln (May
'JPettf.rn,

m

Fhlladel.

400,000
967,900

Mortgage

Ist

1886

ft

1,

Brooklyn Vily (Oct.

Boston.

Macon.

lit

Ist

New York
New York

J.

(Jan.

paU.

511,400

Mort.
Loan
Joint mort. on CM. M. Bit. '69,
Wett Bhore Bud. Mv. (Oct. 1, *69);

let

1, '70):

nana d

York

160,000

ad Mortgage.;..
(Jan.

1873
1884
1897

1898
1898

800,000
250,000

class

4tli

1, 'TO):

guaranteed
Wlchttttr A Phita. (Nov. 1, '69):
1st Mortgage, convertible
8d Mortgage, registered
lat Mort.,

1883
of 1866, 1st

New York

ft J.
J. ft J.

688,800
848,000
129,000
1,103,000

lioonof

Fhlladel

J.

300,000

Mortgage

Amwz

.Now

Warren (Jan.

Wat Jersey

New York
Selma.
New York
New York

A.ftO.

854 000
1,638,830

399,000
300,000

Mnsuogae RR ilonds
SUtten hland (Oct. 1, 'N):
Ist Mortgage
itcritng Mountain (Oct. 1, '69):
lat Mortgage
Summit Branch (Noy. 1, "69):
lit Mortgage
(Jan.

J.6t J.
J. ft J.

> ew York

964,000

lit Mort. (gold) 129,000 per mile
aouthicatern, (ia. (Aug. 1, 'M):

lit

J.

ISOJXW

Skle. L. 1. (Oct. 1, 69) :
lat Mort/ii^'
South SitU, V s. (fict. 1,
1st prof.) for |709,000
Consol. .M
Conaol M. ( VJ pref.) for »651,000
! sa pref.) for tilO.OX)
Conaol

auWvan

J.*

700,000

South

M

1880

ino

iJan.l,'«9);

.

.

CutlHol. Mort.,

NewYork

79,880
sa.uuo
666,000

lat .\I.. end. Dy .y i...,»16,U)0p. m.
South A7i«v«iUi-c. 1, '«>)

lat

J.*J.

317,000
73,000

t4lma, Marxan A Jttmphil
lat Mort. (void) itaar. by Ala...
btlma it MtnMan (Apr. 1, '<«>:

tit

'JO

'N):

1,

lltMortKage
9d MortKaKO

Where

paid.

10):

,

Conaol. Mort., lit ciaia
Conio Mort., 3d clan
Conao Mort.,8dclasi

New York

Whea

VntonHUg'Vl- •->*, )1T

ttOJMO

6M

JOO

«.ftll.

.ftN

New York

ISI'

.

4

;

THE

S2

[Jdbuary

CflKONlCLfi.

Bzporta or LeadlnK Articles from

Toik since January

Fkidat Niqht, January

6,

fair,

advance
seems

in prices.

for

many
return

of ease

all

New

the principal foreign countries, and

^
« Js

., S*

Q

same

article! for tbe

week and

last

since

1.

irt

3 GO .HfM^OC- AT) MQO: O^OO

.

.

O 09

•

fit

r

ssnsssa iS=
r-« C-C4
o*

'*'*

and stocks on hand are not of any

be anticipated,

to

the

in

1871, to

also tbs lotal export of tbe

January

we notice an
money market

leading staples

A

and yet

I,

1871.

Tbe opening week of a New Year is usually a quiet one, and
Trade has been
the past has been no exception to the rule.
only

York.

Tienv

txportaof leading articles of commerce from the port of

tti€

CO>i M ERCIA L E PlioME.

187i.

from Custom House returns, shov

follovriog table, compiled

The

i,

be oppressive.
statement of the stocks of leading
The following is a
of foreign and domestic merchandise at dales given :
article so large as to

article,,

Jan.

Tobacco, domestic, hogaheadB.
Coffee, Rio, bags
Coffee, other, bags
Coffee, Java, mats
Bagar, ho^stieads
Sugar, boxes
Sagar,bags..

1B,7!18

.

Hiae8,No
Cotton bales
Rosin, barrels

....

6,liiO

Spirits ^
Spirit turpentine, barrels
lir, barrels
Rice, £. I., bags...
Ric«, Carolina, casks
Gunny Cloth, bales
Qunny Bags, bales

9,035
7,890
163
6,000

I

,

U,«W
83,300

Cotton has declined to 15c.

new

Extra State

;

;

:

:i

;

;

;is

i

76,000
79,500
31,961
6,809
ll,8i5
9,200

"

S

«

t:

5

>

s>

875

have rulel

.

:

t

'.

:

.o

0.-.

a-

firm,

|0 25 No. i
Mixed Corn, 18c-

flour,

spring wheat, $1 43, and prime ne-^

:S

iS is is*

!

-8
pa

1,5011

12,100
12,000
104,000
13,400
23,150
83,300

itZS

g

:

:

"3

;

•

•

:

:

:gSSS?

I

:;i

•

movement

Groceries have been quiet, except a considerable
in

:

Middling Uplands, and

Breadstufl's

even more for future delivery.
closing rather buoyant

for

is

vr

a

6,790
307,200
744
S,«68

546

143,000
5,100

Linseed, bags
Saltpetre, bags
Jute and Jute ButiB, bales.
Uanlla Hemp, bales

Ob

a,

S7',B3i

8,900
18,600
75,400
«,600
26,400
28,007

1U409

r .d

18,851
10,433
24,;M7
78.371

10,408
2,000
34,000
65,000
24,440
6,680
16,700
8,700

2,116
81,100
33 000
61,070

O CO ^

80 i42

742

1C,««

Molasses, bb a

''^ !-•

1.

31,995

26,756
15,83)
13,637
19,788
42,018
49,203
3J,32»
30,03)
89,028
363,060

20,857
t5,967
96,140
316,790
814

Melado. hhds
Kolaues, hogsheads

Jan.

Dec.l.

1.

60,5 '«
31,169
16,600
14,030
71,680

Beef, tierces and barrels
Pork, barrels
Tobacco, foreign, bales

BO CO

Wis

i
1871.

187C-

Rio CoSee.

Tobacco has been fairly active, and very firm Kentucky
Leaf has sold to the extent of 400 hhds., almost all for home
use, being taken by cutters and dealers, prices ranging from
;

8c. to 12c. for

low to

fine leaf;

1@8a.

tively scarce at

9

become compara-

lugs have

<

part

;

in

:S8

i

;a

!

:

il

;

S 2'°

I

ig^SS?

\»s

::::::

Seed Leaf Tobacco shows a decidedly

improved demard from dealers and manufacturers; tbe sales
include 810 cases Ohio and 300 do. Pennsylvania on private
terms

:|

«5
:e

:

< S

tbe interior or to arrive thence; also 16 cases

Pennsylvania, at 16c., 16 do. Ohio, at 19c., and 100 cases

:

t

ish tobacco has

been very quiet at 85@105c.

Manufactured tobacco has been

in

demand

but no particulars of business done are
In Provisions

we

notice

hog products.

Havana.

for export,

^

rftported.

a"

•

i;|i

:
•

if

i

"

at

•

*

=

:g

.|

*

'en

The

vastly

increased export

Oils have been quiet.
upward, especially refined

relatively lower than crude,

o d

o

•o

S
3

o

•

•

•

:

:

ig :S

•

:

:

I

::::::

j

:5* 9
.-r

*»-r

•^'^^
•

<H

:
•

:S

.

"

'3

n

....
:

:

:

J

:

:

''

i'
!:::::::
::::;:::
I

IS
:S.

•:::

j

:::

:::::}:::
i

:
:

.SIS,
I

SB"

S

's

declined to 91c.
Hops are dull. Hay scarce and
at a slight decline are more active; late sales

pounds

:

iiiiliiiiii

and closes at 24c.

include dry Buenos Ayres, 25fc., gold; dry Texas, 21^c.,
currency and city slaughter 10@l6ic., currency. Leather
million

:S

in

Hides

fairly.

:

49@49ic.

Petroleum has been working

doing

:

'

a material recovery of tone and

a pretty brisk «ale to-day at

is

•

'

and unchanged. Butter and Cheese dill and rather weak.
Naval Stores have been fairly active, but Rosin closes
quiet at |2 30 for strained, but Spirits Turpentine had

Whiskey

is

Q

and

Lard 124@12ic. for prime steam on the spot and for future
delivery.
Bacon 10^. for "Western long clear. Beef quiet

firm.

1

•

Span-

December, and the continued large European demand have
revived the confidence of holders.
New Mess Pork closed at
$20 on the spot and for future delivery; prime mess $20 50

which has been

:

•

improved tone of crude tobacco

this accounts in part for the

prices for

for

:

»

Connecticut and Massachusetts wrappers, at 30@00c.

:

Tallow has been more
selling to-day

active, nearly half a

8^@9c.

Metals and East
India Go.ods are without important feature.
Wool has been
at

and firm. FreighU closed dull ; many vessels
are over due ; the speculation in Breadstuffs checks shipments, and export order* for Cotton are reduced.

•a i:

i

::::•:•

s|S &:

=

i

:^: •:::

:::;:;::£:

ga.SS'sSBS
"o^f^-aaSSS

:

:

.

•

:

;

I

:

'

-

•

:i,:
S'S

-3

•

in fair request

•.

I

«a

OB

'

»

tHK

:s
•

•

,

•

;l
:

=

1

i

:;:
-^

d _I

:

.

^ ^

I

1

.

January

1,

THE CHRONlCLfe.

1871.J

Imports or lieadlnc Articles.
Tb« •'ollowijg table, compiled irom Ouatoin llouae returna, ahowi
bef'Jrai^a mpottsofcertaiu leading articles II f commerce attbia port
fir the iMt weak.aiiico l*n, 1,1870, and lor the correeponding period
ID 1869:
[The q g aatlty lagiTcn in packagee when not otharwlae apeclfled-l

t

I

Same

Same

the

Since
Jan. 1,

time

the

Sine*
Jan.l,

WQQk.

ino.

1M».

week.

1870.

5 30;
7.213
SSS,076

4.550
S.129
901.387
547.660

Uniua, Ului and
Rartiitiuware—

For

UataU,
K.378

SOi

Sartlienware...

*re,ni

sn

OUstware

23,'JI9

ttlaaa plate

Buttoni

'

B,

i 10,287
n,.«u

Coffee,

9116,815

,02l.6.'9

8,«I2
ie,-3i

2J.275

iiiK&

2S,4'.9

BrliuHtune, lona
Cocbliieal
Crea.n Tartar.

22,755

Qambler

%,1U5

au."55
6.7,«
J,[«l
47.310
618
3.412

ban
tialea

n.sot

KR

7.TW
3,141

Ouin^, crude...

453

Uum, Arabic.

5.(Mi
6,5<U
1.813

IndiKo

«

li

MadHer
Oils, essence....
Oil, Ullve

iw

Opium

25
•im
500
533

83da, bl-carb..
Boda.aal
8oda, aab
riai
Far*

a

114

cloth

Ilalr

bales....

*c—

6,031

Spelter
Steel
Tin, boxes....

Tin slabs,

lbs.

Itafti

Sugar, bhds, tcs

Sbbls

131

.

422

35,007
l,7«l
:o«.iii
53,210
36,809

47.24

953
83.408
43,105
40.S8'
2,199
6,3i6
5.S76
8.371
114,1 l;j

6.U»
S,9SS
11.400
8,333
110,737

19
s.aij

S,Ji5
300
3,404

96!,79«
838,418
53,103
2,367

SO

Chauipag'e.bks

133.154
263,795
28,521

8,479
1,196
133

Wines

126.021
186,531
52,261

Articles report'd

by value—
tl01,935 1,576.3;4 $381,927
94,"29
128,921
974
20,561 2,379,100 2,188.529
361,121
854.796
4,266

Clirars

Corks
Fancy goods....
Fish
Fruits,

Ac-

Lemons

510,842
hi l,7n
852,442
637.967
758,5i;
108.2M 1,375.039 1,360.366
213,27.'' 9,850,26! 10 80616
30U,721
582,563
»<!0,9O9

2,«ll
19.290
23.499

Oranges
Nuts
KalslDS

Hides undressed
Klce

&c—

189,613
43,388

Cassia

4»,7n

Ginger
Pepper
Saltpetre

4.35.89S

....

1,400

323,904

Logwood,.
Manoyany.

4.852
7,857

149.055
61,304
269,339
163.925

2.-6.357

54.805
323,013
193,866

Woods-

dec-

Jewelry
Watches
Linseed
Uolasaes

2(51

4.618
1,393
737.985
139.017

Cork

a.TR
1242

Fustic

047,331

171.76U

179,980
77.110
665.1.55

92 028

Uomeetic Prodaee (or tue Week and Inca
Jan. 1.

lt);:elpte a(

following is our usual table showing the movement of cotton at
the ports from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, the latest mail dates.
do not include our telegrams to-night, as we cannot insure the
accuracy or obtain the detail necessary by telegraph.

Wo

all

rbe receipts of doiuestie produce fjr the week and aince Jan.
for the same time in 1870, have been as follows:

1

aaOXIPT* |SZP0RTXX> BIHOK XrT.lTO- North.
BIMCX aaPT.l.
aioek.
Other _
p*5,
tireat
*^""'
"isST
BrIUIn France Forlgn ToUI.!

PORTS.

'

I

New Orleans....

S08,M«

Mobile
Charleston

IttfM in,4es

Savannah
Texas
New York

a8<.499
78,486
«031i<

1

448,i>6S 3«l,191

76,164

10348

86,r:i3,

Total this year.,

6.S(Q

1UI.39*

S»

64,5^5
167.681
il,160

1S,»U

356.WS

msM

Wheat
Corn

.has.

Oau
Bye

Barley.

Ac.

Qrass seed

beans
Peas
G. meal.bbls
Cotton. bates.

Leather .sides
Molasses bbls.
Naval Stores-

Since

OH

170

S6.433
45.235
101,253
43,810
400
6,437
4,104
5,09
600
1,083

56.453
45,235

42,301

cake. pkgs...
Oil. lard
Peanuts, bags...

15,825!

Same

10l..>58

2.350
14,050

'70

Provisions—

30.83.:

12

No.

Hops...baiea.

This

week. Jan.l. time

•70.

S3

Hemp., bales.
Hides

Same

83

Aabes...pki!S.

Breadstuffs—
Flour .bbls.

'

time

43,810

600
1,083
90,682

U

4.890

4,

1,034
31,204
4,831

1.034

39,201
4,831

25
3,922

Pork
Beef, pkgs

4,591

Lard, pkgs
Lard, kegs

954
705
34,451,

95
5.333
1.190
59,483
4,^60

3',922

2,454

11.246
6,717
4.789
2.801
6,611
2.809
480
7,235

Kutter. pkgs...

6,437
4,104
5.1199

2,315

Cheese
Cutmeat^
Kgg"

400

11.216
6.741
i,-.n
2.801
6.671
2.309
480
l7,2S5
688
8,363
116

7,697
4,900
2,661
1,186
7,171

Rice, pkgs

638

Starch
Stearlne..
Sugar, hhds.,

3,863
116
4,546
307

Ac.

510

Tar

510

5.510

Koslu

1,022
5,510
633

633

Pltofc

5lj|

1,011

9,3«i
444

2,464
460

1050
lOO

4,54-:

S07

'964

3,323

1,099

867
2,2r2
2,735
9,203

. .

Cr.turp.bbl.
Spirits turp.

219
750

2,.i28

Tallow, pkgs
Tobacco, pkgs...
Tobacco, bhds
Whiskey, bbls....
Wool, bales
Dressed hogs 140,

243M

1433:7

»»J77

1637.199

141.«S

f

13,295

803W
788

46364
135363

7,031

tifOt

9.286
811,111

901321

139,708

1,494

;70,432

ya699,476 419384 8
1340,780 153.690 120,743 1120.048
Wo have a had a very quiet market the past week, the general
demand having proved quite moderate. Holders have, however,
offered their stock sparingly, though fhere are a good many receivers who have been obliged to sell, and this, witli the heavy
receipts at our ports, the unfavorable advices from Liverpool, and
the moderate demand here, have resulted in a gradual decline in
prices, the close being Jc. off from last Friday, Middling I'plands
t

I

being quoted tonight at 15c., against 15ic. a week ago. Saturday
Monday was a holiday.
prices were unchanged and steady.
Tuesday quotations were the same as Saturday, but the close was
weak. Wednesday prices favored buyers, and were reduced ^c.
Thursday the market was weak and irregular, but there was no
change in the quotations. To-day prices are further off \e., and
the close is weak for the lower grades, but firmer for the better
grades. The light demand through the week arises from these
two facts that the decline at Liverpool has shut off to a very
great extent export orders, and the continued low condition of
the streams throughout the North and East, keep many of our
spinners on short time. For forward delivery there has been the
same downward tendency, and the close is about 5-16c. off from
Feblast Friday, the closing rates being for January, 14 9-16
ruary, 14 1316 March, 15 1-16 April, 15f. The total sales of this
description for the week (including 8,100 bales free on board, but
not including bales "Exchanged") have been 47,500 bales. For
immediate delivery the total sales fact up this week 17,382 bales,
including 3,311 bales to arrive, of which 4,481 bales were taken
by spinners, 223 bales on speculation, 11,428 bales for export, and
1,250 bales in transit. The following are the closing quotations :

—

;

Since
Jan. 1.

aia37»
••304

• 688

9J69 140.609 59,259

;

aid

This
week.

-

SM,<8fl

68.013

1,494

31.121
40,176 240,369
10,909
8.260,
47,651
84.eS7
142,884 112,T20
20,531
23.936
7,liS7

Florida
Nortti Carolina.
Virginia
Other porta

Total la

Wool, bales

1,592
19,012

1,641

41.717
85.787

726,408
922.933
58,013
2,007

Wlues,ac—

3,298

Hides, dressed.
India rubber.

375,813

Waste

Spices,

Bristles

399,753

A

J>«*'
Tea
Tobacco

9313

451

time

514.789
.... S,l«2,726 :i!lM74
147.8:3
'26<il
177.013
941,238 1,155,499
S.0!I
.... 6,725.116 4.431.923
111,822
101,661
1,606

4,139

duKars, boxes

Drajr«. itc.~

lYory
Jewelery,

liars

Lead, plus

2,396

Bark, I'ernvlan
Ulea Dowdera..

Iron.

130.-J30

Cocoa, bags

Coal, tons

Hides.

72
20
U,3S7

Hardware

14,588
6t.206
484,439
19,019
9.063
S.642

S0,D39

UUm

Hemp,

From the foregoing^ statement It will be leon th«t, compared
with the corresponding week of last season, there is an Increaee in
the exports this week of 53,962 bales, while the stocks to-night are
115,046 bales more than they were at this time a year ago. The

Ac—

Cutlery

ChluH

Ounay

23

1809.

For

Cotton

;
;

:

:

.

367
2.272
2,755

57

New

Upland and
per lb.

Mobile.

12X(S....
14j<®....

'.2VO....

13

ItX®....

Ordinary
Good Ordinary
Low Middling
Middling
Good Middling

Texas.

Orleans.

Florida.

14X®....
14^®....

15)««....

®....

15!<®....

15

16

15K®....

«....

isx®....
15 0....
19K«...

15xa....
16Xa....

@,...

Below we give the total sales of cotton and
market each day of the past week

4,339
868

9,20 i

;

price of

aiidt at

14,647

this

Good

Low

Ordinary.

Middling.

2,244

I2X»....

14«|....

i;3'2
5,361
2,916
5,489

13X®....
12X®....
12X®....
12H®....

MX®::::

15»4®.

14^®....
14X®....

m»....

sales.

Monday

COTTON.

Ordinary.

Total

Saturday

5J

I

:

(holiday).

15i,i®...

.!*«

"'^I::::

...

Wednesday
Thursday

Middling.

...
..

1S)<®....

i4xa....

15 ®....
l^rldar
14X®..
Friday, P. M., Jan. 0, 1871.
By special telegrams received by us to-night from the
For forward delivery the sales (including 2,100 free on board,)
Southern ports, we are in possession of the returns showing the have reached during the week 47,500 Dales (all low middling or on
receipts, exports, &c., of cotton for the week ending this evening the basis of low middling), and the fallowing is a statement of the

Januray

6.

From

the figures thus obtained

it

appears that the

total receipts for the seven days have reached 139,631 bales against
124,450 bales last week, 130,310 bales the previous week, and 155,717
bales three weeks since, making the total receipts since the first of
September, 1870, 1,765,020 bales against 1,442,474 bales forthe same
period of 1869, showing an increase since September 1 this year of
322,552 bales. The details of the receipts for this week (as per

telegraph) and the corresponding

week

UOXtPTB

of 1870 are as follows

1871.

1870.

bales.
200

cts.

800

18T1.

1870.

600
600
400

15 1-16
15 3-16
15
14 1.V16
14!<

1,800
1,100
1,400

Orleans

bales

Mobile

43,847

I5ji0
10.435
27,819
11,603
11,017

Savannah

43,496
13.335
5,716
15,056

Florida

bales.

8.731
12,899

174
2,466
5.897

139,631

102,286

4€U

Ac
Increase this year
37,345
The exports for the week ending this evening reach a total of
88,486 bales, of which 82,858 were to Great Britain, and 5,628
to the Continent, while the stocks at all the ports, as made
np this evening, are now 555,868 bales. Below we give the exports and stocks for the week, and also for the corresponding week
of last season, as telegraphed to us from the various ports to-night
Exoort edto—
Stock.
Total this Same wHc
Tennessee.

Week ending Jan.

Kew

Orleans.

6.

a. Brit

Texas

28,458
lf,01«
5,713
'«,96«
t\716

New

n,-«s

Mobile
Charleston....

Savannah.....
Xork....

Other

porta...

6.5
83,858

week.

1870.

14.083
3,517

300
434

27,045
18,019
5.713
15.361
3,716
17,588
1,019

9.854
961

82.000
30,000

149.386
63.773
24,489
72,755
4i,l<^
56,511
25,519

5,628

88.486

34.524

99S,68«

MO/MO

Contln't

3,sn
1,407

50U
5,964

1871.

220,867
52.111
32,762

uim

53.0<j7

1870.

10,350 total

.14X

15 9-ie
5-16
14
15
19 516

'4,750 total

April.

For May.

mld..l5H

SOO
700

1413-16

400
900

March.

....16

!5X
15K

SOO

14 9-16

10,000 total

Far April.

Feb'y.

For March.

1360

15 5^16

1300 total May.

15X
15X
15X

1,300

400

New

400
100 av.

7.
15 >?l1
...liii
19 3. 16
15 1-16

eta

500
100
300
100

..15«

14 15-16

500

bales.

.15)i

3,400..
1,800..
too..
3,000 .
900..

200 deliv'd after
151-16
25th
100
15H

2,700

cts.

2350..

15X
15V

14J<
15

14X
Mll-lS
14X

bales

cts.

2,800

14 13-16

4,600
2,700
700

1.600

Bec'd this week at—

For February,
baieii.

14X
For January.

5,000

SK0KIPT8

Rec'd this week at—

sales and prices
For December,

1,000

January
The sales during the week of free on board have reached 2,100
The particulars of these sales are as below
bales.
18,900 total

90Of. o.b.
200 f.o.b.
900 f. o. b.

Mobile
Savannah
Galveston

p. t.

I

p.t.
p. t.

400
100

f.

f.

0. b.
0. b.

Charlestoo
Baltimore

p. t.

p.t.

j

The following exchanges have been made during the week
xc paid to exch'g SO) Jan. for SOO Marcb
3-16C. p'd to exc'g 5OT Jan. for SOO Feb.
"
:

I

vc.

7=160.

••

••

"

•'

200 Jan. for 300 Anril
400 Jan. for 400 March

Xc.

lOU

••

Jan for

100

Feb.

|

Weather Keports by Telegraph. —Tlie weather throughout

the South during the past week appears to have been very pleasant for the season. With one or two exceptions our telegrams
report an entire absence of rain, and in most cases that it has been
It has, however, at some points been quite cold.
fair and pleasant.
At Charleston it has been cold and dry, the thermometer averaginff
37; Mobile is reported pleasant, thermometer 44; Montgomery,
Selma, no rain, weather fair and
no rain, w^eather moderate
Macon, no rain,
pleasant Columbus, no rain, thermometer 45
thermometer 48 Augusta, rain the latter part of the week
Nashville, no rain, and the weather pleasant for the iwason
Memphis, cold and dry Savannah, rail eMly ia tlte week, bat
;

;

;

;

;

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..

:

;;

;

; ;

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: :

.

,
.

.

THE CHRONICLE.

24

Deo.

New Orleana

Jan.

30.

Calm;

>o

C oady.

report.

Calm;

Jan. 4.
Brisk

Jan. S.
Gentle

Clear.
br^k; Very gen
Llg&t rain tie Clear

Very

Calm

Fair.

Mobile

Jan. 2.
Briak
Cloudy.

1.

Fair.

:

Clear.

report.
Very gen-

report.

No

N»

No

report.

report.

report.

report.

report.

<:lear.

Calm;

Calm;

Brisk

Calm;

Calm;

Calm;

Fair.

Savmutb

Clear.
Very gentle ; Clear.

Clear.

Cloudy.

Cleiir.

Clear.

Cloudy.

No

No

No

report.

report.

report.

Calm;

Calm

Calm

No

. .

CharlettoD.

Aagnata

Gentle
Clear.

No

No

Uontcomery

;

report.
NubTllle.... Very gen Very gen'
Clear.
tie; Olo'dy tie
report.

;

;

Clear.

Calm;

Gentle
Clear.

Clear.

No

;

Cloudy.

Clear.

Cloudy
Very br'sk;

tle;

No

report.

No

No

No

report.

Clear.

lie;

report.

report.

report.

rejiort.

report.

Norfolk

Cloudy.
Light

No

.

13,SM
505

6,897
480

t

9,679
1,170
2,638

per ship Almira,

3,838

rain.

Baltihobe-To

RbCEIPTS. — The

receipts this week are large again, especially
At New Orleans there is a falling off of
at the Atlantic ports.
about 8,000 bales, compared with last report, bu*, all the other
ports show an increase. The arrivals at the interior receiving
depots have been less free, and the shipments are 4,>i22 bales in

4,613
1,744

Liverpool, per ehlp}Ottowa, 1,744...

Total

82,298

The

particulars of these shipments, arranged in our u^ual form, are
as follows
LiverHam- AntBarce- Vera
pool. Bremen, burg. werp. Genoa. lona.
Cruz. ToUI.
:

excess ot the arrivals. Stocks at these points have, however increased by reason of the new count made at Memphis, which has
brought to light 6,000 bales in excess of the previous statement

New York
New Orleans

17.190
17.546

Mobile
Charleston

—

Gunny Bags, Bagging, &c. Cloth continues very dull and
heavy, and without a bottom to prices. The nominal quotation is
holders are
20c., but no sales can be made even at that figure
becoming tired waiting for the long-talked of demand, and we
have no doubt but that au order for a round lot at 18c., could be
Bags have not sold except in a jobbing way, but they are
filled.
firmly held at ISJc, currency, d. p., and lljc, gold, in bond.
Hemp has ruled quiet since onr last report, the last sales of Manila
were at 12c., gold, which is nominally the present price a lot of
850 bales Italian sold on private terms. Sisol is quoted at 10i@
lie, gold, and Tampico, tic., gold, in bond. Jute is rather quiet,
the supply in the hands of manufacturers is said to be small, and
holders ask full and firm prices we quote at 5J@6ic., gold. Jute
Butts at the close meet with more inquiry, and 500 bales sold, to

463
1,498

.

To Bremen— per ship N. Mosher, S,B38 Upland
Tkxas— To Uveipool, per bark J. 8. Harris. 1,675

Very gen

report.

No
No

Calm

report.

17,61«
3,031
1,303

Upland

rain

report,

Vrumlngtw.

.

4.'

Very gentle; tit.

1,439
99

—

—

Fair.

ko

'

1871.

per
Liv.rpool, per steamer Chrysolite, 1.676
ehips Missouri, 2,424... .Union, 3.942 .... Delft Haven, 8,750....
Success, 3,654. ...per bark) Bridgewater, 2,145. ...Kva. 1,966
To Antwerp— per ship Thos. Harward, 3,081
To Genoa— per schooner G. Lanata, 1.303
To B ircelona— per bark Gratitude, 453
To Vera Cruz- per schooners A. Godf.-ey, 250, e,uC 876 email do
WilUcton, 450 ...per bng Hope, 420
*Uo2ILa To LiTerpool, per ships Bizaar, 2,78i|. Uary Oarkee, 3,310.
Bucephalus, .3,149 ..Centaur, 3,310... Helen Angler, 1,617
Teresa, 3J5
To Barcelona, per brigs Jnauita, 200
CHABLKaTOK- To Liverpool, per ship C ty of Halifax, 3,373 Uplaad and
...p^r birk
81 Sea Island ...psr birka Sarah, 1,853 Upland ...Anrelia, 33 Sea
57 Island and 1,557 Uphf'd
To Barcelona— per brig Hortensia, 480 Up'and
UMt £h
aiXHJ J. AMb\«Udl(»Uf A.IVJV/
Satankah— To Liverpool, ^/^l bark Fanny U McLellan, 1,807 Upl&nQ
O.-*^ A V/ U TCI ^\J\JI^ per
Goloondd, 8,157 Up... per Ships Biidgcwater, 4,615 Upland
land
Margurita, 560
To Barcelona— per barks Orescencia, 610 Upland

.

tle

7,

Nsw Oblbans— To

Jan 5.
Very _gen-

Calm;

[January

To Bremen—per steamer Hansa, 1,429.
To Hamburg— per steamer f burlngia, 99

The government Signal Service report has been as follows each
d»7 during the week. This is the report which the morning
papers publish, and simply gives the condition of the weather each
night at 11:35. Being thus confined to a fixed moment of each
day, it of course furnishes very little indication of the weather
during the week, and yet in the form we give it will be found
of use in connection with our own report above

:

.

99

1,429

1,170

Baltimore

18,718
23,823
13,741
6.377
13,317
4,513
1,741

3,607

1,496

82,398

1,496

480

6,897
9,579
4,513
1,744

Savannah
Texas

....
....
....

452
505

1,303

3,031

13,33ti

2,623

;

Total

i

;

99

4 057

69,703

1,303

3,031

*Tbe ship Sciota, from Mobile to Liverpool with 2,690 bales, was omitted
week. The brig Lnureano, wUicn cleared I'rjm Charleston, was put In
the place of the former by mi^titke.
Tbe exports of ci'ttou this week from New Zork show an incre.iee
-inca
last
week, the total reaching 18,718 bales, against 16,9 14
bales l.tst week.
Below we give our table showing tbe exports of
cotton fiom New York, and their direction for each of the last fouweeks also the total exports and rlirection since September 1, 187U
and ii: the Ust column the total for the same period of the previcui

last

;

;

;

arrive in Boston, at 4ic., currency.

Movements op Cotton at the

Receipts. Shipmenta.

Macon
Montgomery.

.

Selma

Memphis
Nashville

3,019
1,709
2,591
3,108
2,567
16,936
3,356

7,704
1,562
2,089
3,011
3,511
17,043
1,989

HiKportsorOottonCbalesjrroinlVoiv

Interior Ports. —^Bslow we

Stock EecMpts. Shlpmeuts. Stock.
Bcr-lptf
16,165
5,210
5,402
20,199
12,375
1,339
1,642
15,456
13,696
1,385
1,454
18,646
12,690
1,101
1,142
16,978
9,863
1,017
1,375
7,943
38,908
8,289
9,004
20,258
5,639
1,385
1,443
3,217

XFOBTSS TO

Dec.
13.

Liiverpool

17.

Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock

in Liverpool
in London

bales.

in Glasgow
in Havre
In Marseilles

in Bremen
rest of Continent
Afloat for Great Britain (American)
Ifloat for France (American and Brazil) ...
Total Indian Cotton afloat for Europe

Stock In United States ports
Stock in inland towns

1869.
352,000
112,177

800

350

51,409
6,750

68,700
3,700
1,500
20,000
186,000
56,837
139,000

z'fiOO

25[000
355,000
103,000
555,686
109,235

440,040
102,697

Total

1,648,936
1,482,901
These figures indicate an increase in the cotton in sight to-night
of 166,085 bales compared with the same date of 1869.
HHiprina News.— The exports of cotton from the United States the
past week, a> per /a(M< mat/ returns, have reached 82,298 bales.
So
fcr an the Southern porta are concerned, these are the
same exports
Mporte.l by Ulegrapb, and published in the Chboniole last
Friday, except Galveston, and the figures for that port are the
exports for
tw weeks back. With regard to New York, we include the
manifesls
op to last Saturday night.
Below we give a list of the vessels in
which these ohipmeoU from lU ports, both North
.

been made:

and South, have

31.

'.:4.

time

to
date.

Dec.

year.

lirev.

23,717

37,399

16,669

17,190

234,831

2J,7n

27,399

16,569

17,190

240,369

Other British Ports

5,53ii

Total to Gt. Britain.

121,543

d&Tro
Other French ports ....

6,203
8

Total FrencU.
Bremen and Hanover
Hamburg

6,306
1,1C0
2,675
158

1,173

Spain, Oporto and Gibraltar &c

356

3,933

1,01S

.

Total to N, Enrope

365

18,463
9,777

1,429

6,857

99

4,4ij5

3,410

496

1,528

13,697

33,735

3,316

1,300

Ulothers

3

Total Spain, etc...

Qrand Total

1,758

18.718 266,283

159,906

1,758

1.300

23,890

32.533

16,914

I

The followicg are the receipts of cotton at New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Biiltiric re for the last week, and since September 1, 1869

KEW TOBK.

BOSTOH.

This
Since
week. Sept. 1.

This since
week. Septl.

PHiLAnBLPmAl BAI.TIX0BS.

KXOXtFTS FBOH-

week:
1870.
379,000
59,456

18 TO
Same

Total

Deo.

Dec.

Other ports

32,286 36,908 109,335
19,736
21,461 102,697
These totals show that the interior stocks have increased during
the week 1,378 bales (being now 6,538 bales more than for the
same period of last year), while the aggregate receipts are 12,560
bales more, and the shipments 15,447 bales more than for the
corresponding period of 1869. Count has been taken this week of
the stock at Memphis and 6,000 bales additional found which were
added to the stock, making it 38,908 bales.
Visible Supply op Cotton.— The following table shows the
quantity of cotton in sight at this date of each of the two past
seasons. On account of the irregularity in the cable despatches,
we are again without our figures for stock at and afloat for Liverpool, and we therefore for those Items return the figures of last

York since Sept. 1,

WSEK ENBINS

—

give the movements of oetton at the interior ports receipts and
shipments for the week, and stock to-night and for the corresponding week of 1869
^Week ending Jan. 6, 1871.-, -Week ending Jan 6, 1870—

Augusta
Columbus

year:

New

Orleans.

Texas
Savannah

905

Mobile

l,8l<5

Plonaa
South Carolina,
^lorth Carolina..

Virginia
Northern Ports.

Tennessee, Ac.
Foreign
I'otal this

64,089
12,216
109,939
1,887
14
90,696
86,049

1.875
4,701
14

3,259
8,936
8,1S8

67,905

16,787
3,783

3,745

86

71916

9,601

1,036

1,141

800

"86
1,468
1,546
195

475
197

Si7!8
3,968

170

30,328
86,157

40

1,366

7,868
2,592
23,808

'600

6,497

3;268

14',89i

4.S88

48,395

7,511

431

85

36,6321

487,999

9,867

93,909

944

23,421

853,462

8,408

70,743

1,975

20,993

GoBOPEAN AND INDIAN OoTToN Mabkets.
kets,

144
'iis

6,705

1,036

95,6031
9,634

7i684|

year 80,807

Total last year

8,6'.7

This Since
This Since
week. Septl. week. Septl.

60,846

—

In reference to these marour correspondent in London, writing under the date of Dec. 17,

states

LrvEBPooL, Dec. 17.
Cotton

—The

following are

the prices of American

,-Fa'r &-, ,-G'd &-, ^Same date 186!)-,
Description.
^Ord. 4 Mid-,
g'd fair
fair.
Pair. Good.
Mid.
Sea Island
13
15
-20 26 -45
80
21
23
Stained
7
8
9-10 11 -12 II
12
15
Ord. Q. Ord. L. Mid. Mid. Q'd Mid. Mid. P.
''"'and
Vi
8 1-16 8J<
8 7-16 8 9-16 llJi
7Ji
"<
IIX
'?<
8X
8 6-16 8 7-16 8X
^•^'^Iw;
N.0.& Texas....
8
7X
8«
8^
9
IS
8X
The following statement shows the prices of middling discriptions of
cotton at this dite, compared with the four previous years

n

:

*'*"

y^^i".??'' P^' steamers City of Cork, 313. ...Russia, *
,'^1^*- •;,-.'^*''°y"' l.OTl
Copemicns, 650. . Cltr
Irf Br;;Xl^™
ofBrooklyn, 1,678 ...City of Dublin,
8,980.. ..Caledonia. 83

"'

IJ?"~w°

,

P««iuylvanU,S,9»4....pet»WpS»hpore^a,(ng

..,....?r..„

17,190

„..^^''- 18*8. 1869. 1870.
23d. 2!d.
I5d

ir... u
T
Mia.Seal6rdI9d.

Upland.
Mobile..
Orleans.

TA iO% UXf
7X Wfi nv
•1^

w«

13

»M
8 5-16

HH

Mid.

Pemamb

1867. 1868.
7d.
lOH'd.

Bgyptian. 5X
Broach... 6
Dhollsrah e

1869. 1870
lljjd. ait
6it

9H lOK
TX 8
•})(

S

5

SH,

:

.

January
8iocu
tinn

7,

expnri havo b«eD

for

bale*.
*i3,i'40

t.i,,

.tiiiu,

m.wi

I9»«84

13)1, DO!)

US :oi

4S,718

ss.aoi

ftl,.i(JO

M.miu

WuBt

lO.tiJo
T.ii'O

Ac

lud'.mi..

Saat Indian

4(),bH0
B,SS(I

7,vi95

)«,!•«»

Total...

a'»),0<'fl

984,att:)

3lS,.-iiO

BH.IWI

471,«7lt

6*T,7«)

186«.
bales.

1869.
balea,

B,48«

.\4T!)

I00,«30

l.etO
14.3au

..

Total.

S0,4'KI

$00
I'O
7,4«0

2,480

4.980
3,040
S4,S«0

183,510
813,410
83.(130
93,8«0
1,10«,070 1,819,130

8,131

64,8Ui

3,8T9,.'i8a .1,091,840

Tbla
week.

date

date

ToUI.

Tbla

dat«

1870.
1,537 8'0

1869.
971,011

1869.
1,039,118

day.

1869.

AH-4M

381.afi3

48(1,730

43a,S.il

81,560
S3,3^0

61.(190

l.j.ISS

Egypiiau

ll',5.5

2(i»,f;s6

30«,(i.'»

326,540
8»,027
1,141.343

11,060
214.960

Bast Indian.

m;
7.114

Total

or

79,037
85.533
893,105 1.133.985

79,660 3,081,100 2,868,194

88<,940

2,995,379

O

S'IS.SOO

1870

8S.\t>33

163,457

163.514

8«4,»03
118,177

«57,TJfi

23t;,!).33

59,456

BREADSTUFFS.
The market

for breadetuffg

the past

p.

time
1,

The

>

1871.

18ii9.

42,.%4

For the
week.

1810.

.

.

27,368
326

93,584
3.342
181,974
14,198

».6.'i4

2.343

M. January

6, ISTl

week has generally shown

13e,U8 181.974

180,15 <
13.756

13,755

14.198

14,l)%0

UOO
H'

1,100

for

the

CaaoMCLK by

.

Since
Jan. 1

For the
week

SIrce
Jan. 1.

27,568
326

705

prepared

tables,

foUowiiif?

Mr.

E.

Walker, of the New Tork Piodiice Exchange, show the grain in stttht
and the movemect of brealstiilfa to the latest ruail dates
BIOKirrS AT LAKB FuaTg FOa TBE WEEK ENDIMO DEO, SI. 1870.
Flour. Wheat.
Barley. Rye,
Oats.
Corn.
bosh
bnah.
bble.
bnah.
buah.
buah.
At
(196 Iba.) (60lbB)
(6« lbs.) (32 lb».) (48 lbs ) (88 Iha.
:

Chicago

]P,639
7,419
6,844
7.260
5,260*

Milwaukee
Toledo
Oetroil

TotalB

strength without activity. The receipts of flour are materially
reduced, and although re-inforced by the increased production of

45,303
Previouaweek
71,068
Oor/eepond'g week, 69. 63,606
"68. 106.403
'67.
59,763
'«6.
56,494

181,132
127,479
20,675
15,^(21

9,900
'53,707
4()0.^'69

448,i(!6
8i;9,(;03

175,917
13 ',377

47f.94
2,858
16,608
8.t04
4,550

80,114

8,6!8

7.350
4,174
1,200

15,493

239,310
19,650
117,200
10,136
8,400

5,2M

1,1.69

800

377,880
3i2.489
!67,.M8

8:'.,328

31, 019

104,357

26!,7ri9

H0,132

13,192
23,619
51.037

360,136
139,198

868
885

I

62,791
107.033

2S,6ti9

15,080
18.879
9.680
33.438
10.458
12,646

•Estimated

than the current wants of the
market. The 8to;k in store is, however, 122.000 bbls. greater
than last year, being reported on the Ist of January at 565,000

inclueive, for four years

the same date in 1870, with the gold
price about 30 per cent higher.
Still In view of the reduced
stocks of wheat (noted below), the speculative firmness with which

Corn, buah

local millers, are considerably less

CoMf AKATiVE Reoeipts

at

tbe

same porta

Jan.

I

4.r7«.79l

1969.
5,12n,f«5

buah

to DeCi

1663.
4,378,293

4.1,230,779

46.<)12.538

34,f6;,431
80,7.7,386
4.71i,6»3

30.171.112
13,164,f58
2.3Ui,-56

33,105.194
31.6:9.869
19.663. 2»4
2.685.907

187U.

iVheat,

iirom

81

^

t'iour.bbls

bbls., against 44.3,000 bbls. at

wheat

I

—BXPOBTS moa hxw tobk.—

.Ian.

15,826

400
6,437
43,810

Cleveland

Fbidat.

1

.'87,760

18B9.

1866.
307,196

66,453
1,083
46.2-6
101,358

bla.

A'bcnt.bnab.

:

Bales.

mca<

1,083
45.335
Corn. bnah.. 104,358
Rye, bu>-h..
400
6,437
Barley. tfec)>u
(.late, nuan..
43,810

94.S?e
96,560

—

Irnporta.Jan. 1 to Dec. 15
Deliveries
Stocks, Dec. 15

56,4.53

Flour, bb'a.
C.

Since
Jan. 1

45

1

.

Same

1871.

For tbe
week.

I

1

,

N«W TOKK.-

RKCXIPTB AT

,

»9

tl

I

1

preeeot

D

Whent..>4prln|i,ba8lB

,

U

slock of cotton in Liverpool, 21 per cent i^
American, imainst IS per cent last 3 ear. Of Indian cotton the proporti n l» 55.76 per cent, ftirainst 69 per cent.
n. Tbe cotton trade is dnil, and prices are
London,
c.
lower.
The foil' wing are the parlicnlars of imports, deliverie aod
atocks
the

are the cloeing quotations

Saperllnu
» bbl, «5 40a 8 TO Red Winter
Bxlrii State
6 lOO (
Amberdo
Extra Western, comWhite
montOKOOd.
6 OOJt 6 86 iWhlte California ..
Doable Extra Western
Corn.Weatern Mlx^d,.
and St. Loula
8 400 8 75
Yellow, new
Hontbern supers
White
Southern, extra and
Rye
family
6 30^9 00 Oats
Ualirornia
Barley
Kyc Flnnr. super A extra 4 (Ojt 5 60
Mall
Corn Heal
4 00s» 4 60 Peaa. <.'inad&...-.

81,
186!)
7«,9<I0

349,100

4t,0*iO

94.114
47,«7I

74,708

,

15.700
31.990
5.500
S4l,8S0

19»,'-7n

1,46!, 173
3.3S9.065
868,330
:4.W71

i;S)',d(t.i

I.IM.MJ

Ul.lTH

Pec.

Brazilian

«40,»00
tO.OM)

«n,4B9
8,9I3,3S»

6ame

American

Weat Indian..

9.ISi,UT9
{41.443

-Stocka

this

IbTO

Bd'h.
«,7f0,(*«
308.033

4,4ii«,!(«

,

61,860 47,360

-Imports-

To thla To

this

im».
Bu-h.

iR'18.

Bu.h.
4,0*<,a«'>

flour-

8,6!I0 4,130
1.390 l.,'>4()
19,ie0 I6,8!0

ll.iOO

4.':$0

Gast Indian.

afloat at

.January for three years, are reported a« follows

The following

tktM», BTV., or ALL DBaUHimOHS
Snlea tbla week.ToUI
Same
Average
Bi- Spccalatbla
period weekly saiea.
Trade. port. tlon. Total.
186)).
i»'(i.
year.
lW-9.
iiniortcan..balei!. i'<,7:'U 2,0*0
l,filK^,^»0 1,1SI»,«70
610
S7,g70 K.SWi
Brazilian
3,7^0 1,*0
5,1411
3H9.450
5411,771)
a.BOO 8,460

and Me.
market

at 60c. in alore

*t«r« and

Malt
Peas

:

Weat Indian..

Weatem

in

Bye

f.

Ki(;ptlan

atocka of grain

Corn

The rollowin>( Htatement sliuwa the »»\<:» and importe of cotton r
week and year, mid also th« stocks on band on Thursday evenirf;

.

26

Barley
OM O ta
11,S40

tbe

last

1st of

791,830

OTMWI

831.481I

:

;

11,

3,400
4US,4IU

'J,74<i

.

..149,4!Ki

;

_
Wheat

37i;uo

W^.ll'O
...

.

The

on the

^Acttia] export fton
Liverpool, Iliilltuid
Aetna!
other outporte
t xu'lfrom
iVk.u
to thip date—.
lOTO.
balep.

bii< ea.

i..nn
ll'll

.

with Mtlea of prime boat-loads of
afloat.

:

^T»ktiiOM»poc. lothlfdite—
1S7!I,
IMM,
Afl:

.

THE CHRONICLE.

1871,1

the corameiieement of tb« year tbe traoMctiooi on •pecula.

111(1

Rl:l

. .

.

...

Oata, biiph.

Bnrli!y,bnab

1867

.

3,793 907

29.565.931
32,198.410
14.306.041

«.0M,7«7

1,7'J0.3!'8
1,731,471
1,.S<3,U7
l,:i«i4,296
and the (act that flour is relatively lower than Rye. buah
wheat, holders of flour have been disposed to advance prices. For
' otal eraln. buah.
80.706,810
96,990,171
93,334,481
87,'.64,612
<0,383,9'.9
36,64'i,4J5
18,969,688
21,866 465
Flour to wheat, buah
some days, however, accounts from abroad have been dull, and
freight room has been scarce the export demand has conse99,676,148
109,631,017
Grand total, buph
117,374,121
118,969,9t6
qnently been limited, with the local trade purchating only moderAnd from August Ist, to and including De\ 8i, for four years:
ately, and prices show no decided improvement.
1887.
18681869,
To-day, with no
1870,
2.8»4,79»
Flour ..
bbls. 2,214.163
2.287.441
2,645,677
cable advices, and a steady rain tailing, the market was very
24,960,967
Wheat
27 3'i.3.S67
93 723,150
buahelB. 35.407,039
quiet good lines of extra State ruling nearly nominal at $6 2513,774,970
Corn
:S,4(>817
12,470,813
10.733,409
Corn Meal has been more active at |4 50 for Brandywine.
10.863,»41
Oat'
7.3')1,78H
13,192,058
9,389,"»S
1,476.435
3,373,357
3,855.014
1.900.303
Wheat has been dull freight room has been scarce, with rates Barley
l,58!i,636
1.157.946
Bye.
8J9.37)
923,806
latterly showing a slight advance, and shippers have not been
61,533,949
Total (Train. bUBbds.... 50.380.793
50.938..347
53,237.913
able to operate freely at the prices demanded while the wants of
1!,828.980
Flour to wheal, bush
11,01 ',815
11,437,305
18,33S,385
millers have been filled by broken and irregular parcels.
The
63,347,909
Grand total, bush
66,456,998
61.351.607
69,360,853
following is given as an approximate statement of stocks on hand
SBIPMBNTS FROH CBIOtaO. MILWAUKEE, TOLEDO AND OLETaLAMO rOK
January 1, 1870 and 1871, in four principal markets
WEEE ENDING DBV. 31.

is

held,

'

*

.

.

.

.

'

.

;

,

;

;

.

1870.

Knab.
Llvarpool

1871.

Buah.
j.^O'i.iioo

Milwaukee

6,500.000
4,466,400
1,891,600
1,661,000

Total

....,15,433.000

10,648,100

New York
Chicago

A

iJ,70»,9<'fl

100
1,862,000
3,:ffl3

falling off of 4,777,900 bushels, but in opposition to the natural

urged that prices are much higher
now than then, and that the superior quality of the wheat now in
store causes it to yield more flour than the wheat of last season.
It is also true, that the quantity of wheat afloat for British
markets, is much larger than a year ago. To-day the siarket was
strong at |1 43@1 44 for New No. 3 Spring against fl 45 on
Wednesday. The West has been excited over the reduced stocks
and No. 2 Spring advanced in (Chicago to $1 13 for the last half
of January, but receding to-day to |1 09^.
Corn has met with a slow sale for home use, mainly at 77@78c.
for Western Mixed, and it is only at to-day's market that there
was a little done for export. Rye has remained quiet. Barley
has been less active, but very firm, with a revival of inquiry toward the cloee. Oats h»ve been variable, but close a shade firmer
influence of these figures,

Flour,
bbla.
o5,s66
Dec.
ICeeke.iling Die. 34, '70. 78 728
ending Di-c. 81, '69, 17,931
Week

Week ending

31, '70.

Wheat,

Com,

1h.,^30

45,(02
35,'.Xi5

Barley,
buah.

18S.785
3TI.f01
84,056

Eye,
bush

15,675

Oats,
buan.

buah.

bnah.

1,888
1.168
3.8)0

34,998
68,110

3»,(i04

ll),861

7,638

CoHFARATivB Shifhbnts of flour and grain from tbe ports of
(/hicago, Milwaukee, Toledo, and Cleveland, from Jan. 1 to Deo. 81
inclusive, for four years

:

it is

hblB.

iflour

Wheat

bnah.

Corn
I'ata

Barley

Rye

.

Total
Flour to wheat, bnah..

Qraod

total,

bnah

1870.
4.385.467

1869.
4.5T2.407

37.711.197
2»,i'n,587
11.992.193
8,027.197
1,574.237

89.307.088
33.863.038

97.619,686

1847.

84.8-. 7.967
98.697.151
9.931.69;
413.1f7
887,288

76.492.361
31.I27.33S

1868.

93,069,101

SBAtM "IM SlaHT," DEO. 81, 1870.
Wheat.
In

more and

afloat at

New tork

Inatore at Albany
In atore

it BiifTnln

In Btore at CHilcaito
la atore at Milwaukee

Com.

Oats.

bash

Barley

bnah

boBh,
8.871778

811338

80,000
975.978

810110
19S.400

SOaoOO
sn.TTO

308,800

1536,156

814.K5
13,881

48:.1»T
81>»18

481450

1,783,000

haah.

1158,888 1,871.448
308.801
12,801

.

:

.

.

,

.

[January

THE OHEONICLE.

26

65,661

86,176

li),5«5

e9.':03

e3,91fi

e8,000
190,9jl

Ibj.OuO
145,610
16H.936

SniTi

2i.!KiC

8,es5
14,S0O

38,000
140,C0)
67,998
71,99u

"Vlcrn
K,VM

135,735

••
••

Dec.
Dec.
nee.

"
"
"

••

"
"

Nov.
Nov.
Not.

<•

3,20u

15,675

^m^ 3^.,«

",9 32,692
1.63e,547
1,868.333 3.137,367 1,735, '38
17, '70. 9,45(),S49
'70 in,0M,446 1,775,998 3 637.164 3,889,7011
10,
1,637,823 3,2S1.584 3,381,508
3, '70. 8,48!i,*'67
l,a97,447 3,476,333 3.019,680
88, '70. 9,527,833

Tot..ln..or..ndlntra„jja>e.3V«Uj«M93^

•«

8,U9

2i5,(IOO

S<^

Iiistoroal Montreal
Bail shipments for week

»

4,000

111,687

127,000
5,150
10i,103

?S'4i«
3».T«
«0.M0
"S'SS

In atore at Baltimore*
In atore at Pillaae'phla
In atore at Boston
In store at Toronto

••

49,rofl

^SSS
TO.™}

In Btore »t Toledo
In store at Detroit
In store at Otwego
In store at St. Lonia

1,656,834
1,881,711

19, '7). 9.931,846
18, '70.10,65!i,?i7

3.814,439

quotations. Sales of 14,010 bags
ana we make no pretension to giving close
300 bags Ceylon, 100 bags ^Bno-YVJ^
Eio, 3,068 bags Santos, 500 bags Maracalbo,
..„1J_ _o. .,
«<!oi;™„t. .To^^n
Shipments
siiitiments from first hands of 1,600
Java.
4,700 bags St. I'omingo, 6,625 mats
5,f 00 mats Java.
At Baltimore, Brazils
bags St Domingo. Sales at Boston of
taken by the trade.
have sold freely, and we note abont 16,656 bags
Imports this week have included the following ^''Ig''^^ °' .^.irartaV'' 3*566
Ti,
bags
,|-'j!;°
6.028T)ag8: '•Johanna," 4,997 bags; ' Aabine, 4,600
'»»fl
included 19.1.8
baS •• Uuion," 3,400 bags. Of other sorts the imports have and Louise; 600
"Henry
Java, per Sandcrsonf4.21 6 bags St. Dominso, per
do. per
hno-s do
ner "V J Wallace ;". 1,642 bags do. per Alice" 1,6:5
" Innie ;' ^3^948 bags LaZyra per"A.%. Patlrson " 3,044 bags do. per
sundries.
__„
"Jenny;" and 422 bags of
lows
The stock of Rio, Jan. 5, and the imports since January 1, 1870, are as fol
.

S

3,7.37,320

;

;

New

Phlla-

3,'61.87.S

3,173,(X)4

1871.

7,

u".:a!8

St'o"c^'^-

Same date

mm

Impom.

.:;:

..

.

&

Sftvan.

Gal-

Total,

Orleans. Mobile, veston

iW

'f^'^-Tsti

"4.itb

21,U0I
489,9T9

13,249
149.742
115.063

666,..

1870

New

Baltl-

...

3,500

4.000
3,000
20,112
5,80d

2,G0O
4J,':22

32,406

36.621
105.S68
1,379,958
1,196,299

at the

several

•Estimate.!.

GROCERIES.

ports since January

Fbidat BTKHina. January

6,

gain

Same
•

pkES,
.Japan
3,3*1 ptgs.
Various
Coffee, Klo.... 3.1,301 bags.
12.600 mats,
Java
;1,-I16

Maracalbo..

3,915

Laeuayi
ra

270 bags,

.

otlier..

Sugar, Cuba..

Cuba
Porto Rico
Other

1,935
6,935

bags.
bxea.

2,28!'hhd«.
....•hhds.

Sugar, Brazil.
Manila, &c..
M'las'es.Cuba
Port Rico.
t

Demerara

.

..
.,

1170.

bags.
bags.

Il'lilias.

..hbil».
...'lihds.

(Indirect Import)
Coffee, Bio
Coffee, other

Sugar
Sugar
Sugar

pkgs.
bags.
bags.
boxes.

f 8,051

hhda
bags.
hhds.

Molasses

68,619
16,695
95,369
56,772
345,535

u,^^^
63,055
30,9'8
835,189
8,113

17,3,53

1S70.
42,643,991
98,095
1,379,958
446,43!
453,638
541.324
833,376
293,534

3,908

72,399
49,417

18,516
31.629

4.178
1,S75

3,938
1.346

ftC rednccd

Inclndea mats.

to bags.

t

446.428
S30,4SO

Also, 88,795 mats

were inclined to display much general strength, and to make no attempt
to realize, especially as there appeared to be some indications of a good consumptive demand. The outlet, however, did not develop with the freedom an-

:

1871.

1,060

348,437
256,367

rally

at date, and imports at the five leading
1870, are as follows
locks In New York Imports at leading ports
since Jann iry I.
at date
-.'bs.

ioo

63,055
16,695

14,453

refining, a reduction of He. from previous nominal figures, but allowing
for the dilTercnce in duty an actual gain to holders of goods In bond of K&Xc.
per lb. This infused a feeling of considerable confidence, and sellers gene-

New York

Tea
Tea

12.901
1,067

good

small.
1,

26,099

.12

SUGAR.

Imiwrts this week have included three cargoes tea; 23,501 bags
Kio, 19,178 mats Java, and 1.5,497 bags of other kinds of coffee.
Receipts of sugar have been fair, including 7,500 bags of Brazil,
and 9,837 bags of Manila sugar. Receipts of molasses have been

The stocks in
ports since Jan.

59.6W

SOU

naturally be expected the market for Baws has been somewhat unand even
settled during the current week by the changes in the rate of duty,
at
yel values have not become thoroughly adjusted. As indicated by a sale
the close of our last report the opening transactions were on a basis of 9^c. for

saOMihds
Other.
410«hhd8.
Hhds. Include bbls. and tcs, reduced.

bags

3,518
9,887

time, 1B«»

©o

•3,164

86,103
117,297
31,636

As might

:

I

Phlladel. Bait. N.Orle's
Import. Import. Import.

»33,431

15,561
25,611
8,478

Total

The entries direct for consumption, and the withdrawals from
bond, showing together the total thrown on the market for the
week, were as follows
I

were as followB:

"n.TS

Other

all the desirable goods available, and
are revised to
obtain extreme prices. Our duty-paid quotations
should
conform to the reduced cost of impoitation, but figures
nominal.
for the present, be considered as somewhat

— pkgs,
pkgs.

and the imports

t....

DominKO

St.

enabled to distribute about

12,413
4,195

5,

mpor
stock. Import, import.

In bags
Java and Singapore
Ceylon
..;
Maracalbo
Laguayra

calculated upon.
but the trouble has not proved quite as great as
buyers were owners of parcels in bond, and the
Most of the large
have been
business from first hands was a little slow, but jobbers

Grscn

York, Jan.

-New Tork^ Boston

good solid basis, but allowing for the difference in duty
favor of the selling interest, and the
in most instances has been in
Some complications and de
feeling generally is firm and confident.
owing to the anxiliave arisen in withdrawing goods from bond,
lays
with all possible speed,
ety on the part of owners to hurry matters

Tea, black...

1870,

1,

18.1

BomeAs predicted, the market opened uader the new tariff in a
condition, and values hav3 not, as yet, reached a
what unsettled
tlie

New

sorts the stock at

Of other

1869.
41,351,284
49,800
1.196,399
330,430
601,483

owing In part to the fact that qnitc a nninber of refiners who hart
previously purchased in bond to cnny over were enabled to withdraw parcels
sulHcicnt for urgent wants, and the result was a slight weakening of vaUies,
We revise our figures to conform as near as may be to present prices, bnt they
must be looked upon as somewhat nominal until the market is better defined. Re
fined Sugars have met with a very fair inquiry, and prices ruled comparatively
ticipated,

on soft white, of which but little was ready for delivery. Th.;
general market closes dull and weak. Saks of 629 hhds. Cuba, 297 hhds. Demerara, 371 hhds. New Orleans, and 3,214 boxes Havana.
Imports at New York, and stock in first hands, Jan. 6, were as follovfs:
Other Brazil, Manila, Melado
P.RICO,
Cuba,
Cuba,
hhds.
bags.
bags.
'hhds.
hhds.
•hhds.
bXB.
9,837
7.500
;.500
701
830
....
Imports this week
18,730
443.685
75,294
36,651
219,37»
?6,T76
since Jan. 1 295.379
firm, especially

"

same

Stock

lu lirst hands..
1870
••
1B69

Snme time

s^.*s?.
860,190
333.32S

TEA.
of buyers has continued pretty large, and with a less general
caution shown, business developed into considerable activity,

The attendance

(edlog of
even more, probably, than is known, as many of the transactions are covered
with all the secrecy possible. There has also been a first-rate line trade doing.
and taken altogether, the position is quite encouraging for holders. The
available supply of Oolongs here and to arrive has became pretty well reduced,
and better prices can be obtained for all desirable chops, while Japans are now
beginning to attract greater attention, and with Greens sell quite readily, prices
showing some buoyancy at the close. We note sales of 1,500 packages Green,
6 OOO pkga. old Green, 8,700 do. Oolongs, 2,770 do. Japans, and 19,800 pkgs.

37199

36.056

358,509

time,'6!i 388,968

335.189
J45,535
47,6»»

30.938
66.Tr3
30.948

68,f51
95,269
27.341

426,309

128,54?.

574
184

noi.ASSES.
report on the market for foreign styles, though, if anything, the position appears to be a trifle more encouraging. Some call has
prevailed for distilling qualities, and choice grocery grades could be sold fairly
generally, holdif here, and in view of this and the comparatively small supply

There

is

bnt

little to

adhere to about former prices quite steadily, as they were already low
Of doto about discount the modified cost of withdrawal from bond.
mestic the supply has been larger than usual and the average of quality poorer
causing a rather slow movement on the part of buyers, and a decline on all
except very choice selections. At the concession a fair amount has been dis-

ers

enough

do. toarrlTe.

" Chloris," from
Import* this week have Included the following cargoes
Yokohama, with 857,631 lbs. Japan "Ocean Gem," from Amoy, with 288,398
lbs. black, and " Mlndet," from Amoy, with 466,860 lbs. black.
The following taole shows the Imports of Tea into the United States (not

posed of, but a few lots are still available and additional supplies are close at
hand. Sales of 150 hhds. Cuba muscovado, 75 hhds. English Islands, 10 hhds.
Porto Rico, and 2,706 bbls. New Orleans.

The

New

receipts at

York, and stock in

hands, Jan.

first

5,

were as follows:

:

ludndlng San Francisco), fh>m January

1, 1870,to date. In

Black.

UW

Imports

Oreen.

Japan.
9,'(B,635
10,450,047

42,613,951
41,351.384

stock

including receipts by P. M, Steamers via Aspinwall, luve been 96,095 pkgs. since January 1, against 49,800 last year.

COFPEE.
Brazils of

grades

we continue

In first

"

The Indirect Importatl.ms,

On

and

the

sales

for

the

same

period

714,543 bags,

including

bags Rio and 69,609 bags Santos.
For Java the demand
been very
good,
and
allowing
for the
difference In duty,
full rate*
were obulned, the market closing strong.
St. Domingo
has
bMD more plenty, and some sales made, through receivers, as a rule, seemed
inclined to re-shlp at once to Europe on their own account. Other West India
ttjles quiet, bat steady, in bond.
Duty paid prices are a little mixed as yet,

•44,934

tau

4,«61

35
16,406

.33,0;i6

11,943

36.619
2J,490

80,311
03 .413

18,(.«5

29,618

bbls
3,508

Imports

same time '70
same time '69

3.000
1.700
5.000

1,629
4,332
8,579

180
189
855

6,803
13,313
14,653

Sugar &. molasses at leading ports since Jan.

o<

I

Theimportsofsugar(includiiigllolado).andof Molasses at the leading ports
1870, to date, have been as follow?
1

to note

time of Jobber* to a considerable extent, bnt still the demand proved fair, and
buyers operated quickly when desirable samples were shown. According to
a compillallon made by one of onr leading brokers, the receipts at New York
for 1870 were 667,270 bags, including .')91,864 bags Rio and 72,916 bags
Santos,

1

bands
*'

an extremely strong and uniJanuary
form market, and though there is naturally some Irregularity at present on from
daty paid quotations, prices In bond have advanced, and even at the improvement a great many ho'ders are indifferent operators, owing to the very
New York....
mall stock available. The late reports from the point of nrodnction Indicate Bo.ston
pretty free shipments, bnt also an advance in price, and Importers are confi- Philadelphia,
Uiiltlmore
dent of their ability to command the position for some time to come. The New Orleans..
attention given to getting goods through the Custom House has occupied the
Total
all

Other
•hhds

Total.

n,'337,536
17,655,015

1869

N.O.

•hhdB.

week

tills

slnceJan.l

same time

15,713,800
13,846,193

inO

•hhde.

1870 and I860

Demerara,

P. BIco,
•hhds.

Cuba,

;

*

,

—

.

1870.

,

293,379
31.6;4
33„511
54,234
49,860

.

453,638

.

.
.

.

.—Molasses. -,

Sugar.

'Hhds

.

.

Bags.

1869.
329,736
69,231
71,304

1870.
538.45S

75,'.52

84,39'2

89 296
5 432

9,81'S

601,488

5»4,2!4

555.608

833,376

.

36,(149

34,380
60,991

1870.

X:l.l3l
8:1,230
6.1,133

,

"Hnds.-

-.

1869.

....

1869,
384,771

234 470

621.387
174,798

128.397
54,915

154.870
61,293

3t7(H

53050

78.631

9I3M

36,741

10,955

7,8K
860,180

12,01.1

293,934

833.325

Includlne tierces and barrels reduced to hhds.

SPICES.
Business has been very good bnt mostly of the character of a^Jobblng move ment, rnd the bulk of the sales are not in a shape to report. Sellers in nearly
all cases appear satisfied with the turn of the market, and those who havf
been enabled to get goods out of bond state that they find buyers ready fm
about all the offerings. A great many dealers, grinders, etc., were among tli.
purchasers last month of parcels to be delivered after the 1st inst., and awaii
Ing these the demand is naturally somewhat slow. A revision of jirlces is
made, though duty paid quotations are not altogether reliable for the present.

I

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THE CHRONICLE.

1871.1

7,

.

my

PRVITfl. *e.
been good, bnt mIm
»r«mi)»llyof lots to arrive; prices generally are held with confldencu and a
Layer Ralaltia are bald by atronger
henltt'y iradeluthi^riitiirel. nulklimt-'d.
pnrlloH. and althciiKh the trade have been reluctant In iiaylng any advanc«,
holil.T« have ralaed the price S««(aSc. per box alnce the date of our laat, with
In Korclgii Dried the domiinil for

m»uy

27

(leiCrlptlou» baa

moderate sales at the advance. Valeuclas have ahown conalderable trade to
arrive, but the terms are kept private. Cnrranta continue to move freely and
•alea thU week have been still larger than laat prlcea are unchanged, however
gild to arrive. Turkish Prunes have moved more freely and
attll Helling at Be
;

.

lalcH are about l.'iO casks at 5Xc. gold and 12c currency. Citron Is quiet no
sales of any nionicnt having Uken place, but no further decline In price can be
quoted, as holders do not urge sales. Sardines continue dull and no business
has been doue since our last prices are nominally steady as before quoted.
Nuts have been less active this week, but quoUtlous are quite steady. There
has been an arrival of Fire Crackers which are lower there Is no market ai
present for them holders ask t3 SOperboi.
Green Foreign Fruits.— The supply of Lemons Is exceedingly small there
are some vessels due here, but nothing has arrived. Jobbers have a few which
bring $
per bor, most of the sales are by the single box. Oranges are more
plenty, hut as there are a good many here from the West Indies box fruit
meets with but little demand. At auction, to-day, Vulenrla Oranges sold at
$» 50 per case, and Malaga at fS 75@S 50. West India lots are coming In
quite freely and meet with fair sale at JSgilO per bbl. for Porto Rico Oranges,
f;7®9 for Havana, and in for Nassau and Baracoa. Cocoanuls sell at t45@r.O
Per M. the Jatler price for clean husks.
Domesilc Dried have done rather better in prices and at the close the sales
are Increasing, but the market may still be (al'ed very quiet, most of the

Cuba nuBar.-RATAHA, Dec. aO.-The Wttt'y fifir^t
Tbn anlatneas which has chararterijied the mark't the part wireka, baa been more remarkable since our last re^'Iew, owing to the almost total auspanalon of business during the Cbrlslmas holidays. There has thus been no important sale of
sogwonthe spot, the stock of which In first hands la Inalgnlflcanl. New
sugars come In very aiowly aa yet. and a suftl' li nt supply for the aelectlon of

cargoea cannot be lookid for until probably tl,
atllT confident of keeping prices high, and as *>
buyers' vifwf, trnnaacliona may from this en
entirely dipendoni

upon the future aituatlon

I

j.i

.

,,f

.l,,i

:

i,„rv

u*

Holders

much banrond
although tola Is

m

;:...;.

'^i

:.._.;.. ;»

MhipniAits Ibis week from Havaiu and Matanzas have been as follows
Tn
Boiea.
Hhda.

New York

u

»3BI

Phllaclelphia

3.000

Bo- ton

mt

Total export

week

the

t>t

tX^t

to all oountriea

....

~n

;

The general movement at both porta has been

-Exports since January

;

,

4J«@4Xc. for Sonthern quaiters. The stock here Is
fair bnt with an Improvement in green more attention has naturally been
given to dried and Ihls, together wllh some other causes, gives the market
more llrmness. There b.ive been none sold as yet that we learn of for export
to Europe. There Is nothing doing in pared peaches simply because there are
none of good quality to be had, and the high prices quoted are nominal although
sales could be made at Ibem no doulil If they were here. There arc cousiderable many Inferior lots offering, but these are very dull and cheap. Unpeeled
transactions have been at

are more wanted, and as the quantity here
tention has been given to quarters and

is

small, firm prices rule

we

note several

more

;

small lots

at-

sold

6XIQ6XC. We learn of no sales of old, but holders ol them are quite confident that they will be wanted, and demand full prices. Blackberries are somewhat Irregular, quotations range from 8X to 9c.; there are a good many lots
offering at the lowest price called prime which are either " fixed up " or mixed
with old, 8', c. has been offered for SO bbls. of strictly prime with no sellers,
at

rejected of 8Jic. on a lot in bags. Pitted
no business of any note since our last the sup
ply is good. Plums are also in limited demand and prices are about as formerly
quoted. Raspberries are In large supply and easier in price. Peanuts are slow

and one

receiver reports an offer

Cherries are quiet

we bear

;

of

without particular features to note.
The Domestic Green Apples sell better, but mostly to the city trade, who
buy Greenings, iSpits, and Baldwins almost entirely, and for the best of these
a further advance of 25c. per bbl. has been establish'id, the finest selections
bringing $3 SO per bbl. by the load. There are still a good many decayed lots
on the market which sell from $1 to 1 75 per bbl. Cranberries are slow for this
season and lots are difficult to sell at lormer prices. Crates sell at 18 HO&S 75
or ordrnary and occasionally a very nice lot at |4.

FOREIGN ADVICES.
of Tea afloat for the United States at
Francisco), and which has not yet arrived;

The following shows the quantity

Name oi

Date Of

Aug.
Aug.
Bopt
8ept.
Sept.
Sept.

Amoy

Foochow....

1

Ariel

Yokotiama.

7
9
»

Hudson
Benefactresst..
Str. Riga, via

Snei
Union

Amle
Vangtae ....
Lnft-a

Black Prince.
Laju
Excelsior

McOllvery
Xesatan
Eleanor'

8
20

Yokohoma

Amoy

.

480

Shanghae....
Shanghae....
anghae....
Shanghae....
Shanghae....

Foocnow

99,640
7,S80

41,995
31,098

233',M2
6US,78«

1

Morro

;

Shanghae
Yokohama.
.

711,036
667,543
422,4a«
980,603
2J3,9fi2
6a-.,788

734,314
l,0Ti,i08
884,4:9

70,649
1.610

1,073313

8332

384.415
68;,6«8
42338^2

527333

199,835

3,685,816
Total known to be afloat
Total exports to U.S. ports, June 1 to Oct. 17.. 53)0,e9«
Total exports to U.S. ports, same time 1889.... 3309328

4
73(I9,(>W

7306,018
3,278,291

801,863

4,402351 !5376.f48
4.604394 17,981318
1,580,419
8368,088

•For Boston.
t Totally wrecked near Cape of Good Hope.
Java Coflee aD«I Sngar.—
The following shows the quantity afloat for the fnited StsUs
advices, and which have not yet arrived

b]r

thel latest

;

Cone.
Date.

October

Sugar,

(pels)

Vessel.

(pcle.)
ISS lbs.

IK lbs.

tAprtl»....
7..

mbcr15
September ftj
Sept-

September :0
20
October
October
22

B.I3I

1213^1

IKS

Balnaguitb
Wallace
iecheidasa

The following shows

Hbda.

101,784

1,071

li«9

the quantity of Sugar afloM for the United States at

and which has not yet

last advices,

arrivei

PlcnlB

For.

Ship.

"

Aug.20..Olenallen

"

Bhip.
Sept.
Sent.
Oct.
Oct.

.8,900
.8,300
.3,200
.8,478

"

"

••

Total piculs (of 138

PlcnlB

(189 lbs.)

"
Ang. 4.. Petunia
"
Aug.29..Carohel
Aug.l6..Jno. Banficld.. '•

For.

(139 lbs.)

Naval Brlgade.NewTork. BOOO
••
8 ..W.O Roasell.. '
»3«0
2 ..Mariano
Boston.... 1,2-0
24.. Bunker Hill.. New York. 8300

19..

.

Ibs.l

...48053

PRICES CCRRENT.
Tbe F'ollowljiK are Rnllng; Qnotatlona in Flrat Hand*.
On the Vn>'<^haNe of Stnalf l,oti« Hrlces are a Fraction
HlfChei

Tea.
Hyson.

.—Duty pald-%

Common

45
60
rtn
...
85
Young Hyson, Com. to lair. 50
do
Super, to flue, 60
Ex.flnetnfinestl 09
do
Gunp.
to fair. 65
Imp..

Com

&

do
Snp. to fine..
do Ex. line to llnest.l

Hyson Sk. &
do
do

Tw

Bup. to

@1
®1

S5
15

fine.

H.Sk.&Tw'kyEx.t.tofin'st ss a 60
—
Uncol. Japan, Com. to fair.. 60 - —
do
Sup'r to fln-'... 70
do
Ex. I. to finest. W) ei OS
Oolong, Common to fj.lr
92 » 60
do Superior to line
66 « 85
do Ex fine to finest
95 «1 30

ss

Bone.

00
90
45
92

®
®

40
46

C. lo fair.

^Dnty paid-.

% ^
® 75
@1 15
@ 9S
@ DO
@1 80
® 79

to fair

Superior to Bne
Ex. flne?o fliiest.

do

&

Cong.,

do
do

Com to fair,
Sup'r to fine,

Bx.

f.

to finest.

9

90
66

60

80
0 «
5l33

Cofltee.
Rio Prime, duty paid

go'd. 19K®18
fEOld.

I

UM®15

gold. 13K®13y
KOld. I2\(»13X
gold. 18 e20H

an

Native Ceylon
.Maracalbo

I

do good
do fair
do ordinary
Java, mats and bags

I

I

gold. IS
gold. i3xanx

Lagnayra
goid. 15X®l«V
St Domingo, In bond.... gold.
Jamulca
gold. 12 «14

Saicar.
Cuba,

Inl.

to com. refining.

d'l

fair to

do
do
do
do
do
do

good

»)(&

.

9X9

refining...

prime.

®

...

m

Hav'a. Box, D.S.Nos. 1910 20.. 12»«13X
Havana. Hox, white
12!K«ls>g
Poi to Rico, refinlDK grades
9xa9x
grocery grades
do
ID «11

I

!*!(

9K

fair to good gro ery
9K®I0><
pr. to choice grocery.
\0}i%\a%
centrifugal, hnds. & bxs, 9>i(810x

Brazil,

.

Melado
do
do
do

do
do
do

'

@ 7>4
8X® 9H
9 ® 9H
5

mo.aases
Bav'B. Box.D. B. Nos.7to9...

do
do
do

I

I

10 to 12.. 9X®10><
IS to 15.
10i4®ll}4
16 to 18.. 11X®13X

New

W

Orleans new
Porto Rico

gall.

Cuba Muscovado

>

bags

Manila, hags
While Sugars, A

•K

Powdered

1

4-;

do
do B
do extra C
do
Yellow sugars
Crushed and granulated

i:x«i2X
14
14

,

%Hii
Sl4)i

66A
88®
39®

73
SS
33

Cobs Clayed
Cuba centrifugal

>

English Islands.

i

.

70% 35
189 30

KKi

.

40

Rice.
Ra goon,

dressed, gold in

bond

3

®

3X Carolina (new)

SH

I

^

1!<

Splcea.
Cassia, Incases. ..gold V> n
do
Cassia, in mats...
einger, Rac3 and Af (gold)

Mace

do

(irold)
3«)4®
""'" S6X Pepper, in bond ft Sumatra
do Singapore
3IIX®
(gold)
lOX® 12X Pimento, Jamaica
I

1

Nntmegs, casks
cases Penang
do

do

I2)4®I 15
80
81

®
®

81

do

bond

do
do
do

Cloven

82

In

In

bond

11
16

® uu

SX®
3X9

5

12X9 12H
7 9
7X

Frolta and Nnta.

9.990
9.(Kn

IBrazllNuts
13
Ralslns,SeedlessJiew V mat.* 12X®6
Fllberta, Sicily
do Layer, 18;0. V box.3 6» 93
do
Barcelona
1869, V dox..s
do Layer, itsrj, v- box. .3 02X9
.. - D
African Peanuts
3
IS
do Valencia, «i
Walnuts, Bordeaux
London Layer
3 75
do
Its,
Currants, new
»\ Macaroni, Italian.,
V A
_
39 A
lyire Crack best Nn V box 8 90»
Citron. I, syhr»-n
DOMXSTIO PBIKD r«urTS.
10
Prunes, Turkish, old
V ». 7H9
Prunes. Turkish, new
13X Apples, state
.

l*rnnelles

Dates
Mgs, Smyrna
Cheines Oerroan
Canton Olnger
Almonds, Langnedoc

Tarragona

do
do
do
do
do

wxw
9
9
9
9
9
9 '*
»X9' 23"
f> •. 13 9
9 8
•009* SO
9 19
1*X9

,

I

I

I

I

t

I

I

Ivlca
Sicily, soft shell

»

Sardines
Sardines

V

Ambaidaas,

I

common

4

box.
qr.box.
hi.

9
m

Peaches, pared

do

unpared,qrs*hln

•K9
IM

Blackberries
:•!
nit
Cherrits pitted

.»».
V bnab J

Peanuts, Va,g*d to fbey do

1

do
com. to fair do 1
do WU..g'd to beat do 3

Grocers' Drns*

1(
It

40
75
35
as

tm

8308

Borax

7,000

Sal Soda, Caak

4,>l00

Sulphur

Bl-Carb,

4»,4ia|

in bbl*

»oId. It
18^
gold.!
I
xold. 80 91 IS
ai

Indigo, Madraa
J^i

w
n

do Manilla
Cordac*. uanlUa, X and m.
do
do Large alies.
Isiaal

is

• H
» :13X

31

ladder
•

..,

.9

Calabra Imlutton

,.

CastlleSoap*...,..

„

Sic. Licorice

Soda (Sag.)

Copperaa.

and Snndrlca.
Bnaoiw8*il«

-

Alum

5,000

1S3M

Sonthern,
prime
sliced..

8',4M

for Boston
Lizzie, for Boston

Lech Awe
Jas. Duncan, for Portland
Knight of Snowden
HedvjK
J. S. Fontoppldan

do
do
do
do

Western

Nnta.,
Pecan N
Hickory Nuts

.

Shelled. Spanish.

paper shell

Camphor,
•Tlot Balled at last dates.

84.998

at

30,191
6«,,98
80,141

nnnlla SuKar.—

Saltpetre

Total plcols of 196 IlM....

date^

Boxes.

29«a

»,28e

Shanghae..

AngloSaxoD..

788,131
803,740
710,784

338

422,482
590,808

Foochow

255 886
64(1,579

711,086
667,543

Wbampoa...

Hhds.
193,668

l,68.?,na
l,e79,937

981,600
455,115

1,495,815

sa.1

Amoy
Amoy

Amoy

Mln

29.231

601.881
708,512
742,901

ao.iir.

735,2m
32,109
914,327

1,485,715
19 0T5

34/<34

Shanghae
ShanKhae

10

31,829

S-,6%

Whampoa...
Yokohoma..
Yokohoma..

Amanine
Castle.

157,8i»

710 ;84

Dilpnssund...
X. B. Palmer.

a

.

^stock

Boxes.
I,6I13»3

120.135

3,17!

.

,

478361

.27,019

I8«l>

1.

Porta.-s

all

Hhds.

581

3.'(J0

.

^To

n. 8.

Boxes.

Total,
lbs.
841,497
231,125
157,819
269 4^9
440.4U9

18063

735.251

Wbampoa..
Yokohama.

S'

Lizzie Iredale
L'dy Elizabeth

1870..
1869..

To

.

llhds.

ffltolaaai!*.

lbs.

—

269,479
440,409

-18
2i. ......

la tea

Japan,

lbs.
828,*:4

281^25

Oct.
Oct.
Oct. 21

Nov.
Kov.
Kov.

lbs.

Shanghai

Ceres
Joac. Christian
Louisa*
Eleanor

Sept. 17
Sept. 19
Oct.
1
Oct.
«
Sept. 18
Sept. 24
Sept .28
Sept. 30
Oct.
3
Oct.
a
5
Oct.

Oct

Black.

From.

Vessel.

Mikado

—

OA BOO.
Green,

.

sailing, 1870.
.July 2a
Aug. 2
Aug. 10

Boxes.

;

of sale with the quotations hardly so firm, the best lots of Virginia bring from
$2 to (3 10, and North Carollnaa from fi £0@2 75 per bushel. Pecans are

dates (not including San

w'k-

.-fiec'tsllMS

;

;

aa follows

7.

:*X9
1*

9
9

19X
18

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THE CHRONICLK

28
Pkidat, p.m..

of the seasoD, and
86 li, Atlantic

.JaDuiiry 6. 1S71

BnnineM during the week under review has been confined

to the

of a few small orders from retailers in distant sections, and
wants of a small number of near-by dealers, who
were in the city purchasing small assortments to replenish their
stocks.
The movements having been confined to such limited
filling;

to supplyincr the

quantities as were required to supply the requirements of the current trade, the aggregate is very light, though the market cannot

be considered unusually dull for this season of the year. Such
seems to b» the opinion of dealers generally, for we hear no com
plaints of unusual dullness. Commission men, importers, and
jobbers have completed their annual accounting of stock, though
still engaged in making the usual yearly settlements, and balancing accounts. It is, therefore, impossible to learn anything
Although
definite relative to the result of the season's business.
is presumed to have been fairly profitable to jobbers,
an apparent disposition among them to greatly curtail
their expenses during the current year.
With this object in view,
the number of salesmen was materially reduced on the Ist instant,
and in some instances, we understand, salaries have been reduced.

the trade
there

is

many business changes during the month, among
men and jobbers. Several firms dissolve, and
retire from the trade, while enough new firms are formed to keep
the number good. The shrinkage in values during the past year
There

[January

will be

both commission

Augusta 3B

13

prices continue

O

<3

1

10

:i3

13,
I

do
"*

''"

Head
11,

fl Sti

K 40

'"• ''"

IS,

3ti

IS.

do

"'9

Laconia
1 1 E 3«

11,,

Sti

Lyman

!,

U

-i

8.

.'7

Inrlmn

demand for this penad
Amnskeag A Sf \S\ Ho B

stiff.

11, Ho H 1'^. Applfln.i 4 .1
13, do
3n 10. B-.lford R. <6 8, BuHt O 3t lOJ.
(Jmf'on A 27 8, Orest Fiillf M a« I

A 86
II, dt.

Commonwealth O
do S
A 40
A 36

7, IfcTl.

are In good

BaowN 8a««TiNO« and Shibtinos

THE DRY GOODS TRADE.

)

.

'2^.

I

in^, fri'lian Orch,irH,
.10
12 Ho H 37 I, bTvipnc-

Medf.ir.l 3H

Newmarket A

1

1

i,

Nashua

li

i«

loi, Parilic extra
25,.lo i) 4 274.H0 10-4
3ii

36 124 'Hr)T,3K14 Peppi!rell7-4 22i,doS-4
324 do 11-4, 87J, I'epperell E fine 3ft 12^, do R 3(i IfPocaxset F 30
fine O VA 11, do R S« 12^, Stark A 36 12^, .Swift,
8i, -iiiranar
River 36 9. Tiger 27 7i.
Blsaobed Shebtings and Shibtinos are quiet, but the stork iu first
baods 19 Binaller than in usual at this season, an prices are fairly firm.
Atnoskeag 46 16. do 42 15, do A 36 14^, American A 36 12i. Andros36 18, Ballou A Son 86 12^, Bart
coggin L 36 lt)| Arkwright
36 16J@"8, Blackstone S6 14.
lefts 36 \4i, do 33 I3i, Bates
Booti B 36 l?i do O 30 II, do R 28 8^. ClarUs 36 17, Jwlght D 40
Ellerton 10-( 45, Forestdale 36 I4i, Fruit of the Loom 36
18
15,'
Globe 27 7, Gold Medal 36 12i, Great Falls Q 36 If,
Hill's i^emp.Idem 36 16, Hope 86 12^, JameB86 15, Lonsdale 36 15,
36 12i, New York Mills 36 20,
Manonville 81; 15, Newmarket
Pepperell 6-4 22^, do 10-4 87^. Tuscarora 36 18, Utica 5 4 26,
10-4 60, Waltham X 83 !H, Ho 42 16,
do H 4 SO, do 9-4 4>. do
do 6-4 2.0. do R-4 27 J, do 9-4 82^. do 10-4 40. Wammitta :^6 19.
PaiNTiNO Cloths are in gooJ demand, and pr ces nre strong at T^c.
for 64)i64'e 00 hand and 7@7ic for future deliveiiej.
AmeriPeints are In good demand, with prices firm and advancing,
can 11, Albion solid 11, Aliens, lOf, do pinks 12, purples 12, ArnoUla
10,
8^, Atlamic 6, Dimnell's 10} Hamilton 11, London mourning
Mallory H. Manchester 11, ulerrnnac U 11. do pink and purple 13^,
fancy 12^. Oriental lOJ Pacific II, Richmond's 11, Simpson
do
Mourning 10^. Sprague's pink llj, do blue aud White lif. Ho sl.iitI

I

WT

XX

I

had the

and rendered it necessary for dealers to reduce their expenses far below the war standard, which
has been kept up till the beginning of the present year.
Domestic Cotton Goods. There is some animation in the
trade from first hands, and a few sales are made.
Brown goods
are selling relatively well, as buyers apparently have more confi.
dence in the stability of prices on these than on bleached cottons.
The latter are in fair demand, however, and quotations are sustained with more firmness than was noted a few weeks since.
Denims are beginning to sell from first hands to jobbers, who are
effect to lessen profits

—

getting their stocks in order for the spring trade, and prices are
unsettled, as a general revision is likely to be made
before the spring season opens.
A few makes have already been

becomming

marked down, and quotations may be considered nominal. The
same is also true of other colored cottons. Cambr cs are scarce, in
consequence of the limited supply of print cloths, and an advance
of ic. has been made by the agents of several brands, while a
general advance is probable. Prints are in comparatively good

demand, and the stock of winter work is very small. Transactions are, at the moment, restricted by the absence of any
assortment of light work, but agents will doubtless be able to
offer more varied stocks by the middle of the current [month
Prices tend upward on all standard work, and several prominent
brands have already been advanced to lie.

DosJBSTic

Woolens.— There

a better tone to the market for
grades, and the demand for fine

is

light weight cassimeres of all

goods

is

becoming more

active.

Clothiers are taking considerable

amounts

of the lower grades, and the aggregate movements compare very favorably with those at a corresponding period
past
seasons. Cloths are in limited refjuest, but the
movements are

W

ings lOi. Wainsutta 7^.
Chkoks.— Caledonia 70 22i, do 50 24, do 12 26i, do
do 11 22-i,do 15 27i, Cumberland 18, Jos Greers, 65
Kenoebeck 20, Lanark, cNo. 2, 9i, Medford 13, Mech's
Ainoskeag 26, Bedford 14^, Beaver Cr.
Dknius.

—

10 21, do 8 18
16i, do 65 1%
No, A
29.
1

AA 23, Columbun,
AXA 22i,do Bli iC

heavy24. Haymaker Bro. 14, Manchester 20,Oti3
Bates 9® 0.
CoBSET Jkans. Amoskeag 111, Androscoggin
Evereits 16^, Indian Orchard Imp. 10, Laconia 11^1 Newmarket 10,
Cotton Bios. Ontario A|85@40 00, American *31 50, Androscoggin *37 511, Great Falls A iiSS 00, Lewislon *32 60, Stark A $86 00,
Bbown DaiLLS. Atlantic 14, Appleton 121,Am«8keag l2i,Augusta
14, Pacific
4i, Pepperell 12^, Stark A 12^.
Steipes.
Albany 8i, Algoden 16^, American 12-13, Amoakeag
20-21, Hamilton 19-20, Haymi>ker 18-14, Sheridan A lOi, do Q 11,
Uncasville A 12-18, Whittenton A A 2'H.
Albany 8^, American 14^, Amnskeag AC A SO, do
TicKiNOs.
A 24, do B 21, do C 19, do D 17, Blackstone River 14^, Oonestoga
24 do ACE 28, Hamilton 211,
extra 32 21, do do 36 25, Cordis
Swift River 12^-13^, Thorndike A 15, WhittendonA 22^, York 80 22^.
GmoaAMS Dlyde, 11^; Earlston, extra, 18 Glasgow, 14; G-loucester,
LancaLancaster, 1
18; Hiidley, 14; Hampden, 15 Hartford, 18
shire, 15; Pcqua, 121; Pa'''< Mid", 14
Quaker Citv, 14.
MoDssKLlNK Dblaines.
Pacific 18@2o, Manchester 18, Hamilton 18,
Tycoon reps 23-27 i. Pacific Mills printed armures 19, do fmperiul reps
221-271, do aniline 22, do plain as'orled colored armuris 19, dodo
Orientals 18, do do alpacas 21, do do corded do 221, Merino A 321,
371 AAA 421.
Lowell Compioy's ingrain are quoted at tl for super
CAKpins.
fine, 2 inos. credit, or less 2 per cent.. 10 days ; |l 15 for extra super,
and tl 421 f"' three-ply Hartfor Company's $1 for inelium superfine
HI 15 lor suparfin'! <t.\ 424 for Imperial three-ply, and fl 50
for extra three-ply
Brussels fl 80 for 8 ft
*1 9,1 for 4 fr., and $2

—

—
—
—

,

1

—

—

AAA

—

;

1

;

;

;

:

—

^^

—

1

;

;

;

,

;

for 6 Ir.

m

IMPOIirATlONS

OFUKV U00U8 AT THE

PUK'l'

OF

VUHK.

NliH'

not heavy.

Prices are well maintained on all lines, with no probability of a revision of rates prior to the opening
of the coming

season.

Flannels and blankets have not sold to any extent during
the week, and the season's trade in these goods is,
apparently
'
about over.

FOREION GOOD8.-The market

for

The Importations

of diy goods at tnis port lor the

1871, and the corresponding
follows:

5,

lf69.

_,

Manafactares of wool. ''^TQ

QDchanged, and continues without animation in any line.
There
h«8 been a little more call for woolens during the last

699
do
Bilk..,,
910
do
flax
8S9
MlBcellaneons dry gooas. 407

two or

three days, and sales of considerable lots have
been effected.
Prices are steady and firm, though slight concessions
are occasionally offered to help sales.
Linens have been in limited request for the spring trade, but the movements aggregate
only a
small amonnt.
Dress goods are flat, with no demand,
excepting
for small amounts to replenish retailers assortments.
Millinery
goods are quiet, and remain without notable change
'"•y ^'ilslo'
me pa t week, aud since January
18.1 and the total for the same time in several previous
vears

ilo

cotton

Total

.

1870.

,

J»N,

B,

1871.

2,264

Valor

Pugs,

PkeB,

Value

|1(!7,845

«6K

111.1,979

284

16»,0»3
160,608

I,:i6

173,834

8! 5

i>s

1871,

,

Vslne.

entirely

is

weeks of 1868 and 1869, have been

SNTBRID FOB OOMSUHmON FOB THB WBBK INDINe
,

foreign fabrics

week ending Jan,

|117.f-51
2r>8,^49

i8i

!i)«,8«6

281

519

830^9

109,099

3,(146

180,184

6S8
914

879,831
98,7 J3
10«,U74

B,S17 1661,423

8,105

$8Bl,rSS

tl3J,108

WITHDRAWM FROM WABBB0U8B AND TBROWM INTO THB MAJBKXT DDRINS
THB SAMB PBBIOD.
Hanolactaresof wool,,. 216
do
cotton.. 150
do
silk
.38
do
flsx
888
m8cellaneonBdryi?ood6,l,'!73

JB9,401
89.49S
53,103
If 0,470
17,588

126

47

145,135
12 260

11
761
10

88,014
5,490

lS.!t9!

142
108
37
29S
28

tfi6.4H

610
3,105

$197,054
861,028

31,860
41,234
48,703
19,044

I"!:,''*'"''"'"'
1,

»re

shown

in

the following tnbie

-mOHNIW
Domestics.
pkes.

Val.

Total lor wee't
4lace Jan. I, Imi.

nn

Suae time

1(0

l'),08«
12,1<>0

«s

H,1I9
1,40)

.

"

"
"

•'

"

"

"

We

tsto

IM*.,..
1M8,,.,
-IS*?.,,,
I860...,

liiS

611

tl,1.0«1

TORK.
Dry Goods.
pacbaK<*s.
an
:«
89
16
411

a

•—>

rUOX

BOSTOII
OomestlCB,

Val.

7,5.38

«,618
ii.asi
10,293
4.746
36.B(M

aaoex a few pirtic«lar» of leading articles'
of domestic
aanufdctuie, our priwa quoted being
those of llie leading Jobbers :

2,167

|iSno,110

955

J163.922

(orcon6U*pt'iii,264

732,118

6,217

661.423

6,172

1825,845

Totalth'wn xpon m'rk't

4,431

(1,032,910

8,715 tl.058,r«2

laTBBBS FOB WARBHOtTSINS DDRINS THB SAHS PBRtOD,

pkRs.

4,7ai
16.867
9.893
23,8i9

'J'otal

Add ent d

Mannlactnres ot wool. .. 260
do
cotton.. Ib7

do
do

silk
flax

14
451
If Iseellaneoas dry go )dt.
19

TntAl

n»l

Add •ntdloicoDtti'pt'n.2,261

$112,779

47313
11,221

419 $1,190,177
147.433
5'n
122
106,419
626
18;i,788

418
477
810
298

128,^f6
6,796

8,016

$305,085
782,106

4.759
5,217

$636,432
661.423
$1,297,868

6,873

IS.3,365

103,036
66,875
88,042

8,768
8,105

9,978

$161,661

Total «t«-ed»tth« port 8,196 $1,037,196

41,675

:i.866

$682,479
861,028
.

$1,446,507

.

January

THE (;hroniclk.

1871.]

7,

29

Life Insurance.

Transportation.

EQUITABLE

GREAT

Financial.
D«cinib«r

ao, 1*70.

(

fOfPONtDVE 1st JANVABVNEXT, LIFE ASSVRANOE SOCIETY Southern
Bir cent
HOI UliON CuUNfy (,vl»ii»m»)
Bank of th«
Bonli,
-'

oil

will

piibUc,

bf ptIU

Nuw York,

n

Ite-

OF THK UNITED STATES,

WHITFIKLD CLABK.
Aicent

Thi

Bourboa

Bank

BROADWAY. NEW YOKE,
$13,000,000
«,000,000
ALEXANDER, President.

...
....

Income

C.

HENRY

SAMUEL BORROWH,

(OKQAMZ&U UNDER STATE .CUABTEK),
'

NEW ORLEANS, HEmPHIS, ARS
mORILE-'ALL RAIL.

B. HYDK. Vioe-P esldenl.
OKiiROK W PHILLIP-', Actuary.
JAMES w. lI.EXAN iFB,8ecretary.

NEW YORK,

" Continental Lira

At 134

Assets over

WILLIAM

or THS

m

lia, 118, 130,

Ainbimi.

Co.,

Loaner's
CITY OF

SK^^SmBi

City Hinager.

Leave Netv Kork

BalldlnK.

NEW VORK.

NASSAU STREET,

33

.....

Capital
Subject to InereaM to .

DCAKD OF DIRECTORS:

At 8.10 A .M. lor RICHMON U, and Points on the Coast
Atll.L(iP.M. liom foot of Cortl,.udt street, rlA N*-*
York and Philadelphia 1 Ine hv
I
SOUTH
ER . MAIL KOI. TB MAIN, for Hlchmond, New

MisoellaneouB.

OHEA

^600,000
$1,000,000

.

WUllam M.Tweprt.A.F.WIUniarth.EdearW.CroweU

I

Orleans, Mnblle, Memphis, Chattanooga, NaabTUls
Atlanta, Macou, and luiermedlate polnta.

Seven Per Cent

FIRST mORTGAGE BONDS

STATIONS.

btiepberd F. Kiiapp, Edjcar T. Iirown, Arobl*
bald A. Biiaa and Hon- Ruittell.

BANK NIO(TIATK8

THIS

1

Nashville

•pt'clal Bitt>iitIoii.

This Mortgage

or* FIVE PER CENT INTEREST
RKi.kT
K.iLANCiib.aod

thowlng au

t'resident.

A. F. WUImartb,
Vlce-Prealdent.

Co.,

6c

LATE

WILSON, t-ALLAlVAY &

CO.,

Secnrltlea, Stocks,

Bonda and Gold

and sold on tliemost liberal terms. Merchaot
Bankers an.i others allowed 4 per *.ent oa deposits
Tbe most liberal advances made on Cotton, Tobnsf ""
*c., eonsUfued to ourselves or to our correapoanent
««»r9 K (lll.I.IA'.'<!fc CO.. Llverno'l.
bouijtit

&

progre

MONlliOMKRY
MOBILE
NE.. OhI BANS

In

RED FEM ABLE

Ot tbe bond)- Issued under tuld Mortgage $200,000 are
beld In Escrow to abide settlement of a claim of tie
t nlted
States; |800,0001iave been urchas^d by the
parties In Interest, and tbe balance of 91,600.000 are
offered for sale on favorable teims—the security,

Judgment of tbe underBicrned, being such

them

N.

1900,

and

Si

IT.

WALL

An examlratlon

into this pecurity will prove
one ol tbe bes' ever offered In th s marltet.
For terms and further particulars, spply to

It

to be

Guaranty

&

dc

& Co.,

OF

For Sale

at TO

& Co.,

&

E OF ARKANSAS

issues its

Bonda

Of Railroads— ten thousand dollars per mile, for this
fiaymcrt ihereof a amclaliazls collected annually
or Interest a-id sinking fund.

THE MEMPMIt! AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROD
lonir, is

completed and

The unttnished

I>ecemberucxr.

in

rnnnlng order

120

section will be completed Id

K. C. r,RISKLEY,Pre?'t.

Mcniphls and Little Rock

Stoker, Taylor

&

RR

Co.,

NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.

Sight and Time Bills on LONnON, LIVERPOOL,
and DUBLIN. PARIS, BREMEN,
HAMBURG.
BKRLIN,
FRANKFofeT-ON-THEMAIV i-".^ V \, ptc.
.«S and GOLD BOUGHT AND SOLD

EDrNBl'KOU
-^

01.
(

S.

Co.,

.S

'

G.

made

&

In all

paru of Europe.

G. C. Ward,

SARING BROTHERS &

COITIPANY.

VI WALL STRKKT, NEW TORE.
08 STATS STBEET, BOSTON.

VATEM,
Paa..ent(er

Agent.

COMPANY 8

China,.

Leave PIER
at

NORTH

RIVER, toot of
U o clock noon, as above (except whenCanal street
those dates
42

•.".'"' "le" on "le preceding Saturday),
r" ASPIN WALL, connecting via Panama
for ?S,?,\??.?5'

with one

ol the

Railway
Company's Sleamshlps Irom Panams

utteno to ladles and children without male protecthe day belore
and passengers
who prefer to send them down early. An experienced
surgeon on board. Medicine and attendance Iteo.
for passage tlcl ets or lurther mformatloD apply to
the Lompauy's tijket oince, on the wharf, loot of
Cinal street North Klver. New York.

F. R.

Roston Duck Co.,
Franklin < o.,
Tborudlk* Co.,
Cordis miUs.

For

RABY,

Aesnt.

Liverpool,

tincenstown,)
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
(TIa,

BrinckerhofF, Turner

&

THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT
STEAM

Polhemus,

COTTON S AIL DUCK
And all kinds ol
CtfTTON CANVAS, FELTING DUCK, CAR COVER
INO, BAGOINa, RAVENS D0CK, SAIL TWINES
ONTARIO SEAMLiSS BAGS,
AC.
•
••

•

AWNING

STRIPES."

Also, Agents

New York

NORTH RIVER. EVERY WEPNE8DAV

WISCONSIN, Capt. Williams

Jan

11.

at S

1

1

COLOIiADO.

Caot. T. F. Freeman.Feb.l9. at
« abin passsKe, (SOgold.
steerage passage, (OOce No. it* Broadway)

iHFM

UPcw-

Fur lYelght or cabin passage apply to

WKLIAMSfOL'lON.No.

<3 Will-at.

ale.
TOWN RONDS

St.

Stock Exchange,
(Formerlv cashier of ihe Metropolitan Bank, and late
of the nrmoi H. Melfrs. Jr.,« Smith).
Offers his services tor tbe purchase and sale ol fftvTemment and h11 other Stocks, Bonds and Gold.,
Interest allowed on deposits
luTestmauta carefully attandaa to.

A.U.

MANHATTAN. captain Korsyth.. Jan. 16 at SWPM
MTNN F.S'iTA, rapt. T.W.FreemanJ,.ii. n, ,i » a.«.
WYOMING, apt. Whlnery
Jdn.SH,atll A If.
n ABO, Ciipt. PrillFeb.
at JKPJl
NEVADA, Cai tain Green
Feb. 8. at 3 P.M.

F o

Henry Meigs,
ol

PIER No. 46
as follows:

reni;y.

United States Runtime Companr.
A toll supply all Widths and Colors always In stock
1 3 & I 5 Llspekard Street.

Uanktr and HroUer, No. 27 Wall

WFBTlih.N

C' MP.vxY will d.spatcb one of their llrstclaas foll.power Iron screw steamships n-om

Manufacturers and Dealers In

Member

aOKNTa FOB

a.m.
p.m.
a.m.

..00

tors. Baggage received on the dock
sailing, troDi steamboats, lallrouds.

nrg;. Co.,

\.

'

'

inije.

mills,
Laconla Co.,

BANKERS.
»1

1010 a.m.

a.in.

5.45
5.d0

"
"

'*^'^'*'^'^
^'^^ CENTRAL AMERICAN
One oundred pounds baggage allowed each adult.
Ilaggage-masters accompany baggage through, and

Warren Cotton

aU

In

7.flfi
'•

PORTS

Company.

Otis

CO

Co.,

4J7 pjo.
7JS p.m.

••

lor bAN t RANI ;iSCO, touching at MANZANILLO,
^".9'.„'^'"""'""'>8 »'
Panama with steamers for

Continental mills.,

REAVER STREET.

'*

"

CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAXUl.
tbe 4tfa and 30tb of Eaeta Montb,

AQBNrS FOR

and accrued Intcreat, by

Swenson, Perkins

"

4.4S a.u,
«.00 p.m.
8.44 p.m.
iJIO p.m.
ia.lS V m.

On

BOSTON.
PHILAOELPHIA.

AudroscogEln nuis,

RR

"

ToacblnKatmexlean Port»

Pepperell mi^. Co.,

PER CENT BOND," ENDOKSFJ) BY THE

niEmPHIS & LITTLE ROCK

"

"

Ar »A1 am.
" 14U
m.
" 8.1)0 p
pju
8.00 a m.
"

To California &

NEW YORK.

Columbia

Arkansas

m.

EXCHANGE COURT.

&

341 Cheetnut itreet

NO, S« WALL STREET,
A«ent for the sale of the Bonds.

s TATE

P.IB.

tiM

p.m13B pjB.
" 11 1±
8.m.
" 8.27 a m.

"

THROUGH LINE

Indemnity Co.,

E. Wright

Rates

GALLATIN NATIONAL RANK

"

.t.m

as to entitle

STREET,

8« Franklin street ...

$4,117,761 10.

miles

it

»M

**

(> 111.

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP

Winthrop

BROADWAY
S.

per mile, which makes it, with tew exceptions, the
smallest is.'ued on any road In tti United States. It
was created for the sole purpose of paylnjf off the
debt due the Statp of Tenne^si-e, amountiOK to

133

!>M

J. R.

to perlect confidence.

18

$13,000

miles.

•*

General Eastern

}

«TA''

aa

p.m.

a.m.

•

m

IHK MORTGAGE IS FOR $8,500,000 ON A J.
KOAO 270 mllea loDr, which has heen m succeasiul 9« & 91 Franklin street
operation lor many ears. The lien is about

THK

1.11

6.Vr

Um
UMI

' Change cars lor Atlanta, Macon, Montgomery,
Selma, »est Point, Eufauia, Mobile, Savannah, aud
liuel'mediate poims.
t tliai.ge earn for Nashville and New Orleans. Mo
change Irom this point to New Orleans.
t Change cars for Mobile, via M. & o. R. R.— All Rail.
; Change cars for Memphis.
change cars lor VIcksburg.

for tbesole parpose of
pay lug a debt due to the state of 1'eniiesee on :erma
wblcb would reduce tbe UabllUy of tbe road about

Georgia Railroad

80

••

"

8.

ennesste, Virginia Drexel,

Interest Payable 1st of January
1st or July, In tbe City or
Nemr Ifork.

1

•'

0.2
10S5
1127
I36S
1502

MACllK

The Mortgage was created

inORTGAGE 7 PER CENT RONDS,

1st

ATLANTA

greatly enlarged

ol'

Trom riew coniiectiooa vbicb are now

2S8
324
810
74.

;

Oovernment

1

Irom Iccal traffic
to pay its interest aa It

9600.000.

Banket and Comnnisalou merchants.
No. M BBOAl) STREET, NEW YO K

East

mile on au old and completed road,

t-stabllalied basinesi,

mainly, more than t'aUlclent;
btcomes due, with pio^pectB
receipt!

R. T. Wilson

pe.-

.

tCHATTANOOOA ... 890 " 8.1U p.m.
NASHVILLK
1001 Ar S.rll a.m.
t( OBINTH
066 l.v HIM am.
JURANO JUNCT ON1I07 " llJSi a.m.
.MEMPHIS
1163 Ar •iia p.m.
"J vCKSoN
13.9 Ly.V.M PJQ.

$2,100,000y
or only f 17,500

Dorr Rusaell,

GOKDONsVIlLK..
BRISTOL
K.NOXVILLE
•cLEVEi A d

Decatur RR.

&r

for

Is

liOeraHatllilleii

CUSToMJiR*.

olfertd to our

|

WASHiNOTdN

CANS, MAKES

ao'e souTB. •o'saosra.
Uni
Time.
Lv H (1 p.m. Ar. (.l<ia.iii.

Mile*.

NEW TORE

Cl>I.LE(;TI0N^,AI'VANC^8 0M SECURITIES, ANC
llKCtlVhS UEKiBITS.
Aicouitis of Paokers and Merchants will receive

PHidonCi

Mail Route

8

th< Natloual

Of the SUte ol Illinois, bearing iniereai at £
and TEN per cent, 1. 1 s.l« at 83 and Interest lor
cent. 90 and Interest or 19 par cent.
For particulars inquire ot

PARKER ALAWRENCB,
NO.

1

WaEl STEEKT.

UHT
»

par

:

.

,

:

[January

THE CHRONiCLB

30

A8THCK PaBKEE

BjtUIIJIY D. HiSSLL,

Fire Insurance Agency,

TUB

OF E ICE OF

NO. 6a

ATLANTIC
Mutual

*

YORK.

HARXFORV.

Xm TOBK, J»B11«T ». >»»

<ili»rt«r oT
Tk* Tnt-». U .onformBT » th.
of Jtt tfaJ™
COBPMT. labalt the foUowlng SUt«o»nl

C;ONN.
INOOBPOBATED 1819.
Casb capital
I?«??2'2?2 97
$5,549,60* S?
A*«CM..

Upoclal attention tu negotiating Railway, State and

County

DMunbar,

til* Slit

rramlnmi

U69.|«,0»,eaT
1889, to «Ut Dec«inl>er,

Ut Jmiurr.
TnalaTTt od PoUoIM not marked

off

Cart capital

Ut

Jcnaur, IMt.

W

Railroad

9.

In Porta of

Exchange on London and circular Notes
amounts to suit remitters or travelers.

INSVRANCK COMI'ANTT,
OF PKOVLDBNCE.

Uft
PollclM h«Te boon iMuo* upon

RUkB. nor apon Fir*

ORGANIZED

RUU (lHcoiin»et»4

wltb Marine iUiki,

Premlunn merked off Brom lie JMBWy,
^^flMBB
Un, to SUt De«ember,l»«.
Loeeei paid dorliig the

Cash Capital
A""t. .. .'

|i;n7^

end Ezpeniee

179

9.

Texas Cards.

«200,000 OB

.^j_^

OF PROVIDENCE,

R.

ORGANIZED

*9

BANKERS,

188

Correspondents In
Coll"ctlons romptly remitted.
lonsp]
_
New York— M^ ssrs. w. P. Converse & Co.

1.

Samuel K. Labatt,

.

. .

th* company, ettlmsted at

Vljtt

$2,149,025
10.759
BfO.OOO
100,000
1,000
I6a,740
20,465
35.000
26,015
oU,7i7
Taxes paW
7.226
Premiums paid
60.220
Checks and other Cash Items, persebesnle
236,514
Exchanges for clearing-house
46.519
Bll 9 of other national oanks
168
Bills of itate banks
3,512
Fractional Currency (Including nickels)
|8,79a OO
Specie, viz Coin
uold Treasury Notes
1J7,340 lO

Overdrafts
United States bouda to secure circulation.
United State* bonds and securllles on hand
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages
Due from other national banks
Due from State banks and bankers
Bankln(;.hoU8C
Current expenses

»

tUM»fi»

M

.

repreeenv.

.

redeemed

H« »«

able In gold
Legal-tender notes
Three per cent certificates

on and

all intereet tter*
Febroary next, from whleh date
to »• produce* at th»
ceae*. The oertmcatee

n wUl

^

•oM.

A dlVKend

rOBTT

KIKBY,
W. TON BOBBNBBBO

JOHNS,

J. 0.

R. Johns

C,

P*r C*nl

U

Interest
Profit and loss

AUSTIN, TEXAS.

Comptroller

hank circulation outstanding.

$17,787 CO
7.500 00
1,110 CO

.

Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits

BANKERS,
TERMINUS OF CKNIKAL RAILROAD,
Koase, Texas.

Banken,.,.

uncollected Checks

&

Adams

Hearne,

TERMINUS HOUSTON & TEXAS CKNTHAL
Calvert, Texas.
Draw on National Park Bank, New York.
Wm. A.

l-OET,

Late Fort

&

R.R.,

Qeoroe w. Jacesok.
Late Ciishler

Trice.

Ist

Nat.

Bank

Galllpolis, O.

1,693.4W 24
132.526 79
94,651 SO
12.2)7 58
. ,
236,0(0 00

,<

Certified checks
Due to national banks
Due to other Uauk4 and

CHAPnAK. FMrMMVi

Co.,

BANKERS,

93
32
68

619,800 00
2.063 OO

Amoanton band

BeaH.

&

Leonard

L.

J.

71

10;,699 58

Slate

Co.,

PurcUaae and sell real estate, pay taxes anil adjust
Tttles, prosecute Land aad money claims aealnal the
tttate and Federal GoTernments; make coUeccions.
Receive depottite and execute TroBts.

062.334 29
19! 211 00
200,000 00

Circulating notes received from

de«Iar*d o« t»»

&

TEXAS liAND AGENCY,
BANKING & KXCH&NGK,

$1,000,000 00
346,819 78

$50,009
1,463
46,863
10,860

Exchange

*«« r«4«BpUoowUl »• l«

M

J -B.

kinds ol Stocks.

BVBBKTT,

CB-LIABILIT1B8.

Mt caraed premluei el the Company, for lb* y*ar
wlU
ndlni net Deoember, UM, foi which eertUoataa
l«ied on and alter T»e*day.tfc*IU» of i*^ aurt
*td*r of th*

all

$1,030,552 42

Surplus Fund
Discount

'^'
of

28-

Capital stock paid up

cerUficat.1

tat«^

M,'20S

Total

Upo.
oanoelled.
time of payment and
for gold premltdne,
vhlch were luaed (larediorlp)
01

O. B.

F.

Gold Checks on other banks pay-

or th.ll
and paid to the holder, thereof,
afur Tneeday. th* Flrrt

nth parment

.

47
57
00
00
00
S3
53
00
92
33
14
99
88
OO
00
87

Dealer In

:

oertllloatee of the iMffB of

lecal repreiehUtlvee,

f

York, at the close
December, 1870

Loans and discounts

tX

>K,7n

Bank..

Th* oatetandlnir

of

New

DR. -RESOURCES.

nretof Febrnarjo'it,

M

at New Tork, In the state of
01 business on be 28th day of

MlSXa •

Total amennt a( AjHts

I«(al

REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
I

.

B*o*lTable

STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS,
EXCHANGE BROKER & INSURANCE AGENT.

inARKET NATIONAL BANK

tlOfiOO OQ

Keal Eetete and Bond" end Mortcagea,.
Intereet and londry Kotoe and Claims do*

el profits

BRYAN, TEXAS,

I.

Miscellaneous

f^fSS^W
City, Bank and other Stool:
Loanaeecnred hy Stoote end otherwlie... t,iaAO0 tO

In

Wilson,

(Successors to H. M. Moore,)

JAS. A. Ali KXANIUCR. Agent

Caeh

&

Moore

S::Sii'-''!"^v.-.v.vr;......1^i^S?8

Tke Company hae tbe followlnf Afceta, Tiu
United Stttce and SUte of Kew Tork Btoek,

Fremlnm Kotei and BUU

In

|;t»2,426 68

SURANCK COMPtNV,

I

«J«W««

Returns of Fremlnmi

Bills of

I.

American

eune

period

E.

Iron.

New York and New
Orleans.

Washington

Providence

Co.,

BROADWAY, NEW YORK.

62

'

t».IB8.«3»

FremHum

Total unoant of M»rlB«

Ro

NO.

CO,'

JISR'o^o «6
»936,216

A«se«a

&

BARTHOLOMEW HOUSE, BANK, LONDON,
ASD

FIRB&nAKINE
SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
INCORPORATED 184

on M«rlne Kt»k», iTOm

rac«lT«<l

tW Entrance on Thomas Street

Gilead A. Smith

Springfield
INSUrtANCB

19681

Becurltles.

BUOADWAT

317

th«

w

okn8;ral railway agents,
dealer* in RaUway Iron, Equipment and Supplies.

And

iEtna Insurance Comp'yj

Co.

Insurance

NEW

& Co

D. Hasell

B.

STREItT.

l^^AIil.

1871.

Iron and Railroad Materials.

Insurance.

Insurance

7,

Fort

&

Jackson,

BANKERS,

WACO, TEXAS.

Total
State of

$4,050 542 43
liEFBEENCKS AND COKKKSPONUENCE :— NCW York:
New York, County of New York
Wluslow, Lanier & Co., David Dows & Co. CincinCashier of " Ihe Maiket National
nati First National Bank, Merchants National Bank.
Bank of ^ew York." do solemnly swear that the New Orleans; Louisiana National Bank, VVheless A
above statement Is true, to the best of my knowledge Pratt, Bankers. Galveston T. U. McMaImn & Co.
i,

A.

OlLBBRT,

:

:

and

TRUaXBES:
C. A. Hani),
J'imes Low,

W.H.U. Moore,
Henry Colt,

J.Howland.
Ben]. Babcock,

Lewis Curtis,

Robt. B. Mlntuni,

Charles H. liusaell,
Lowell llolbrook,

Oordon W. Bnrnham,
Frederick Channeey,
It. L. Taylor,
Geo. S. Stephenson,
William H. Webb,

B. Warren Weeton,
itoyal Pheipe,

Caleb Baratow,

A.F.

Sheppard Oandy,

Plliot,

E.

R.

GILBERT, Cashier.

1

]

1

Sworn to and Subscribed before me, tb*s 8lst day of
December, 1870.
Thomas hixwood.
Notary Public, in and for the County of New- York.

J.&W.Seligman&Co.,
59

Wn. Storgle,
Htaiy K. Bogert,
Perklie,

Williams

r.obert L. btnart.
J. D.

JONKS, President.

CHARLES DENNIS, Vlce-Prea't.
W. H
Ml ORE, 2d Vlce-Pre'st,
J B HKVLSTT, $d Ylo*-rrea'(,

AND

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

COIiCnBOS, TEXAS,

Issue I.etters ol Credit for Travellers,

8>muel L. Mitclilil,
James Q. PeForest,

lianlelS MlUer

Nob. 40

Sc

&

NEW YOUK,

BANKERS AND STOCK, BOND AND
GOLD COminiSSION BROKERS,
Make liberal advances on all
Iat«reataUaw*d 00 Deposit •.

C. B.

First-Class Securities.
-".v,..,

&

J.

F. Mitchell,

COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

Bostwick,

42 Exchange-place,

Co.,

RECEIVING, FORWARDING,

EXCHANGE PLACE, COK. BROAD ST., N.Y.,

Payable in sny part of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and America.
Draw Bills of Exchange and make telegraphic
transfers of money on Europe and California.

&

Harde

BANKERS,
NO.

A. M. MoKlNNOV,
Lyons, Fayette Go.

Haedk,
^
„
Columbus, Colorado Co.

T.

BAYLE8,

JOHN M. BRUC1!:,Jb.. > Directors.
HY. KOWLAND,
)

Francis Sklddy,
Charles P. Bardett,
Kobt. C. FerguBsou,
William E, Bunker,

Dodge,

David Lane,
Jamee Byrce,

I

Correct— Attest,

B.

C. Pickeracllt,

WlUlam

A,

Joseph Qallllaid, Jr.

O. Jones,
Charles DennU,

J.

Wm

bellei.

8T

tc

89 Leonard

Street,

New York,

manufactuueks agents
For the Sale

ol

COTTONS AND WOOLENS,

i

.

January

»,

1*
Uustardseed, Trieste...
Nutgalle, blue, Aleppo..
gold 3 81
011 aula

• 00

loooS uoo

nuuS

CHKESa-

Statu llrklns, prime
Slate, Ilrklns, fktr
Stute. hall'-Urklus, cuolc«.
State, liair-Orklna, ordln'y
Wellh tuba, prime
Welali tuba, orillnary

» » itXA

factory prime
Faotoryfalr
Farm (fairies, prime

1<

i»Hl
19

dairies, [air
.
dairies, curamoD ...
ulr to prime

CANDLES-

9
10

*•

Sperm

2»

....a

a 10
% « W
li « I*

SfearlcT.

Adamantine

(JKMENT-

•
»

Rosendale

COAX-

}M«....

bbl

_

...
tna....
Newcastle Ka^ 3,210
Liverpool gas cana<>l .... M Kid 13 00
Liverpool Souse caiinel... ;• 00a 17 00
Anthracite— Anci. of S raoton.Nov. 30
3 4:>il»S
LOOO tons lump
ll.OOOtonsaceamboac... S«a «8 SiM
8 73 as 80
4.U00 tous grate
8 97K®4 00
.2,000 tone ogE
4 SO <H
32,000 tons stove
3 50 »i HH
13,000 tool chestnut

M
X

UOCOAVft

Caracas

a

15

17

Maracalbo (gold m bond ) 2i%@.
Ouayaqull do
do
iH'i
COFFKE.—See special report.

COPPERSheattilng,
Bolts
Braziers'

VB

new

a

_

a iO
a ...
« ...
9
Usa »H

Sheathing, Ac, old
Shcathlnu, yel.metal.uew
BolU, yeUow metal
Vellow metal nails
American Ingot

19
22
21
22

OORKS-

V

1st regular, quarts,

gro.

IsC regular, pint*

55
40
ao

Mineral

SO

Phial

IJ

1

OOTTON— .See special report.
COTTON SEEDV
Is. V

Cottous'd, Up'd

Cotton

s'd. S.

.

DRUOS AND DYES—

S2!
21 UO

.

..

*

Drycod

5 509 • 00
Plckledscale
4 509 5 00
6 OO9 6 50
Pickled cod
87 00937
Mackerel, No. 1, shore
Mackerel, No. 1, Bay
Si (10922 50
Mackerel, No. 2
13 009....
Mac'rel, No. 3, Ma8S.,large. 12 0912 SO
12 00912 50
Mackerel, shore. No. 2
Mac'rel, No. 3, Mass., med. 9 OO9 9 SO
Mackerel, No. 1, Halifax... 28 SO9 ....
27 00937 50
Salmon, pickled, No. 1
Salmon, pickled
* tee
®34 00
Herring
V bbl. 6 009 8 00
Herring, scaled .... V box.
309 40
Herrlng.No.l
209 28

Qulnt.
V bbl.
» bbl.

M

light....

rough

North River
» lb
FRUITS— See special report.

9 ux

11

OROCEBIES— See special report.
GUNNY BAG8Cabutta, light & b*vy, p. c
9

GUNNY CLOTHCalcutta standard
GUNPOWDER-

V

9
9

yard 20

keg

21

ExUahesvyhhd
do
do

9

759

..

CUnch

J6X

3X

9699

Meal
Deer

3

North River,
I>

In bales

V

.

200

009

13

Jaaatlc soda

is
16
63

n

Orinoco
CalUornla
San Juan

"

"...

Matamoras
Vera Cruz
Tampico

••

as**

Porto Cabello

"
"
"

Truxlllo

"
"

....

20

^
A
a
$

iti

A

5^A

a
^H9
U a
80 m

Flowers, benzoin.. 9 OS.
Gambler.... gold. V ».

«H
CO

90
SO
tS
45

Qlnseog, Western
Ginseng, Sonthorn
Gnm Arable, Dlcked....
Gum Arabic, sorts ...
Gnm benzoin

60
TO
70
22
85
80

SI^ji

. .

00
38

Gum kowrte
gold
Gnm damar
Gam myrrh, East IndU..
Gum myrrh, Turkey ....
Gum Senegal
Gum tragacauth, sorts.
Gam tragacacth, w.
Gnmgedda

_

14^4
38
42

...

...

31
12

VMV
9J<»
t ]U

X

u

(

*•

"
"
cur.

"
gold.

Maranham
Pernambuco

"

"
"
"
"

Matamoru

"

Chill

Sandwich

I<iland.

a

10
1

i9

.

**

Wet Salted Hldes-

9

CalUornla

"

••

cnr.

&C0W

Upper Leather Stock—
A.ARlogr.kipVttgId
Mines
Sierra Leone
ccr.
Gambia and Blsua. "
"
Zuilbar
East India Stock—
Calcut. slt.cow VBgold
Calcutta, dead green
Calcutta, bulTaio
V lb

Manllla&Bat.bnir..«l»

23H9
20
32
23
23

24

9
9
9
9

9
9
9
9
9
2U 9
31 H9
19 9
13 9
14 9
14 9
18 9
13 9
16 9
13 9
22
23
16
14
18

11X9
10

Cnba(dutyp'd)gold1igall.l

_
9

23
22 H
18

IS
30
21

20

I3S

.,X
14

lox
l\ii

80
30
16

lb

5

91

009

32
92

9
9

92
98
93
95
_
96

7X9

W

4 60
6 00
2S

Olive, Mars'es, <its
Olive, In casks....

<)
«>

9
9
9^9
82 9
50 9

case 4 05

galL
.V »
V galL

1

Linseed
Cotton Seed crude
"
'•
yellow
^Vhale, crnde Northern..
Whale, bleached winter..

80

67X9
65
IS

9

.

Straits

55

Neata foots

9

100 91

V

ton.23 00

«l»

35
T9
75
60
50

33

15

...

Amerlcan,

ilKI9<W

9

Banca

V

12

16

1

9
13

9

8X9

9

;I1X9

I>,gold

"

Straits

Englhlh

88

88X9 ask

•

CV

9 »2

88

Pistes, char. I.
box 8 29
Plates, I. C. coke
T UO
Plates, Tcrne coke
5 75
Plates, Terue charcoal.. 7 36
See special report.

TOBACCO—
WINK8-

98
97
96
aS

to
SO
79

00

. .

....
....
.

.

88
51
68

35
42
-15
70
..

40

IX
....

9 cask
V doz.

Claret
Claret

WOOLAmerlcan, Saxony Fleecr fift 99
American. Fult bloou Merino 47

American Conibli.g

26
....
...

1130 00

98
86

Extra, Pulled
bhort txtra. Pulled
Ruperllae Palled..
No l.Fulied

as

39

California, frpring ClipFine, unwashed

Burry
CaHornla, rail C

Ip

bouih Am.Mesti^a, nnwashed
Boutb Am. Cordova, washed.
Cape Good H pe, tuwashcd.

Texu.llne

9i

_

X
9]
S.

aO
at

»
n
30
v8
80

tmyrna, wa.htd
DonskOi, wa>heu
Donskol, unwashed

U

ZINC-

V>

Sheet

FREIGHTS—

--8TBA1I

To LiTurooi.

:

V»

s.

d.

—

s.d.

X99-W
Cotton
Flour....* bbl 8 6 9..
990
H. goods. V ton 80
X~
590 4...
OUT
.

~»

Cuibftb.*

bn.

Wheat.. b. ft b.
»tce.
Beef

8

76

8:

•bbL 98

Hatu

:

br

••

u

V hhd.

Tobacco
Petroleum

To MILBOUUII, V i?ot.
To Sak FbahoiscoMeasurement goods V rt
Heavy good*.
V lb

V

Nails
Goftl.. ......

10
3D
a?
20
38
39

a*

lexas,med.ttiu
TeiaB,coar«e
Texas. Burry
lexss, Weileru
Buiyrna, unwaihL-d

To

988

Lambs—

and

Fme. unwashed
Medium
SuUth Am. Me'lno,nQwaS(ied

Port

—
9»

aO
!0
36
aj

Medium
Common, uua aohed

Petroleum. .*
7i

IS

Malaga, dry
Malaga, sweet

lOX

PROVI8I0H&rork.m«««ibbl(n«v),19

11X'~

prlnie, country
and clty..fi lb

Woods

4 00

7

TIN-

33X

Wbbl

9
_
9
9

19
10

TEAS— See special report.

34X

Residuum

a9
•«

SUGAR—See special report.
TALLOW-

order)
Refined prime, white,
(sh'ng order)
R.5tlned ^. W. (job. lots)
Naptha, refln., 65-73 grav.

9H9

fl ft

American blister
American cast
Tool.
"
American spring
American machluery "
American German.. "

Cotton
Tallow
Lard

...9

83X91

93X9

KngUsh, cast
English, spring
EngllBh blister
Kugiish machinery
English German

17X

9
9

1

Whiskey

STEEL-

Marseilles port

933 00

9
9
9

.

Lisbon
Madeira
Ked.Span.ft Sicily...
MarseQIes Madeira

9
9
9
9
9
9 90
9 37
9 8 00
9 6

1K9

St. Croix, 3d proof...
Gin, dlfl'erunt brands
Domestic Uqiior^—CtBh.
A icohol (88 per ci)

Sicily.

V>

90
33
3 39

Co

Burgundy port

.

SO

Lltharge,
9X9
Lead, red,
9X0
Lead, white. Am., In oil.
....9
a
Lead, white, Amer., dry.
Zinc, white, dry, No.l.
<X9 7
Zinc, whlte,No. 1, In oil
13
zinc, white, French, dry
11
Zinc, wh., French, In oil
Ochre, yel., French^ dry
jH
" ground. In cll
Ochre,
Spanish bro., dry.* loot. 100
1 29
Span.bro.,gr'dlnoll.>ft>
8
9
FiirlswblCeXngVlOOibs. 3 00
3 25
.
Chrome, yellow, dry
12X9 38
Whiting, Amer.. V 100 » 1 SO
1 75
Vermlinon, China... fi » 85

Vermllliuu iriesto
Vermillion, Amer., com.

ft

gold.5 EO9I8 00
'""
" "

Sherry
Port

9

8perm,crnde
124 (tl
Sperm, winter bleached. 1 40 91
-Lard oil, prime winter. " *" 91
1 10
Red oil
68 9

Co..

ft

Madelra
35
40

City thin, obi., in bbls. V ton.ll 00941 90
"
"
In bags
89 759 ...
West, thin, obl'g. In Dags... 41 009 ....

OILS-

N

911

Mareitft Co
Leger Freres
Other foreign brands
Rum— Jam., ith proof.

Crude, 4094agrsv.1) gall. 18
Crude, 409Rgrav.(s.nrd ITX9
Refined St'd white (sh'ng

9 15
598
15 9 25
7

— 9
9
9
28
37
33

Dnpuy

rinet, Caitllfou

....
....

37X9
87S®

VD

CAKE—

PETROLEUM-

...9
10

OIL

CboUcolock
V ton
Barytes, American

13X«

Ox. Rio Grand

OSiABarlua

.

.

V

w

^|l g»n.7

Bennessy
Otard,

160 Oil
160 00
140 00

Pitch, city
2 60
49
Spirits turpentine. «> gall.
Rosin, commmon to good
V280Ii
3 30
strained,
•'
8 00
No.l
" No.a
2 40
••
4 00
pale
"
6 00
eitrapale

PItunbago
Chlnaclay
Chalk

a
S
9

13

*C.

100 I>4

^enet.red(N.C.)Vcwt.

27
19

Cropol';0(gM9prlme)1lft
do 1869
Bavarian (new crop)

HORNS-

(6d.)

PALNTS-

10X9 llH
'9
11

38
28
39
28
83
26
33

80 00
60 UO
40 00
009125 00
O09 SO 00
009 63 00
(Xj9 80 00
C09 27 00
^10 OOU
179 00

Tar, Washington. .V bbl. 2 25
2 85
Tar, Wilmington...

Palm

21X9 23S
18
_ ;J

HONKYHOPS

Horse shoe, f'd
Copper
Yellow metal

OAKUM

Buenos Ayres..iife gold. i2«a
"
Rio Grande
13 9
City Blauehterox

1

. .

Curacoa
PortauPlatt
Bahla
Texas
Western
Dry Salted Hides—
Maracalbo

New Orleans

95

Licorice pii<4te, Greek
Maddflr,I)utcU
gold
"

•*

Para

"

a 1 15
^ng
gold 8 50 4 3 70
Iodine, reaubllmed
a 3 50
Ipec7.cuanba, Brazil
S 3 30
Jalap
gold 00 $
Lacdve
32>^a
Ucorlce paste. Calabria. 44 9
"
""
Licorice paste, Sicily
24 «
Licorice paflte.bp., solid
23
Jakey
gold
Hrd. potash, Fr. and

**

SavanlUa
Bahla

...

Gamboge

**

BtoHache

l^A

Cutch
Bpeomsalta
Bxrt act logwood
Feuiellaeed

5

Dry Hides—
Buenos Ayres. .Vn gold 26 9 »H
"
Montevideo
29 9 25H
"
Klo Grande
2tK9 25
**

Maracalbo
Bogota

»
a2
S
^

8OV9

.

11

7K9

gold

HIDES-

4H9

Carraway seed
Ooriauder seed
Cochineal, Uoudar..gold
Cochineal, Uezican. "
Copperas, American
Cream tartar, pr .gold
Cubebs, Kast liidla

O'J

9

10X9

Tampico

4 00
Caatoroll
22
Chamomile fiowers, V
30
Chlorate potash ...gold
38>^(9

n

120

goldJtO 309

Jute

—

...

100

009135

Sisal

Caataarldes V lb
2 00
Garb, ammonia, Id bulk.

..

1T9

V B

Manila

TO

...

too.2:5 009285 00

Russia, clean

$
^

109

SPIRITSBrandy-

125 00
13S 00
110 00

NAVAL STORES1

Italian

—

9

100

for shipping

American dreesed. V
American undressed

37

.

399

9

S|^rtlng,lnlBcanls'trs.V»

V

8 00

96 13M

Plates, for'n .« 100 V«o1d 5 T5
Pistes, domestic
8 50
BPICEB— See special report.

NAILS-

..

.^

Japan, coniiiiou to super'r 8 00910

...

«l

t!

91 _
Canton,re-rld.Nolt<>exdo 6 299

28
39

009
009
009
009

V

5.

No. 1ft 3 8(

llalneei

8000
Light
Molaeses shocks, Incl.hesd'g. 3 9092 70
do
.4 50@
l!nm
do
do
do
.3 90<g3 66
Sugar
MOLASSES—See special report.

rlrfe

90

Taysaams

80
3U

do
do
ao
do
do
do

do

do
Light
Extra heavy bbl.

Keg

lb

42
89
40
89
86

19
19

3U9

gold

Tsatlec.No. 1, 3, 8.4 A
Tsattei-, re-reeled

134 309 39 00
boutljern pine
White pine box boards... 25 U09 80 00
White pine mer. box b'ds 26 109 .13 00

75

25

Boston)

BILK—*

LU MBEB. ST AVES, *C—

60
Clearplnc
Cherry boards atid planks 75
65
Oak and ash
35
Maple and birch
100
giackwalnut
42
X-lncii sycamore
50
llnch
do
Boruce boards and planks 23
Hemlockbo'rds audplank 24
Extra heavy pipe staves
do
Heavy
do
do
LIzht
do

6 00

8 00

Amer*n ronich t
al. In N.Y.V bgs 3

Llns'd
Linseed, Cal. (bags) (In
I

88
40

Rockland, common. V bbl.
Rockland, heavy
1699

Heavy
ISM

...

LIME—

Heavy

FLAX-

'"

poor

Cut.4d.960d

,

C«l

110

.

middle.

good damaged...

..

97
8 OU

Madder, Vr. EXF.FT
Kauuoi, ii.i^Ar.r.
Manna, larire Sake
Uanna, small flake

>8 OC

car. 25 UO9 30

FISH-

"

•

00

®

"

"
.

00

...

light..

•

...

car. 5T 5C9

gold

middle

"

Orinoco, heavy

n

009

16

light...

California, heavy.

....

2ii

Jamaica

Llmawood
Barwood
Sapanwood

"

middle.

...

009

16

" 32 009
Laguna
Honduras. " 26 009
Tabasco... " 80 009
St. DoDiln.gold 17 009

"

....
....

®

8 6O9

TO

.

.

009

Shipping

12hS
,._
BleacbloK powder
3Kd
Borax, refined
38
Brlmstone.cra |)Coa Kld45 00
BrimttoDe, Am. roll ftlb
i^^
*
Brimatone, flor sulphur,
»i»
crude
Camphor,
(In
bona>
gold 20 a

iMd,

"
gold 19 009
" 18 009
" 13 009

"

Blastlng(B)....

2^0

Berries, Persian... gold
Bl carb. socla,N*ca8tTe
Bi chro. potash

Miutaitl

ton. 100

light..

rough slaughter
"

....

Fustic, Cuba. •'
Fustic, Tampico
Fustic, Jamaica
Fustic, SavanlllB
Fustic, Maracalbo.

"

"

Hemrk.B.A.,«c.,beavy

16

1

80

CardamumB, Malabar

...

..

middle

'•

J3Ha

Alum
Annate, good to prime
Antimony, reg. oi...gold
Argols, crnde
^gols, refined
gold
Arsenic, powdered. "

Camphor, refined

crop, heavy.

'*

"
....

Camwood.... gold, V

9
9
5
9
$
9
a
9
9
2TX9
23 9
....9
27
9
r,)i»
28 9
27 a
28 9
34 9
30 9
_
1709

33
33
83
87
88
37
31
80
29

middle....

Vbnsh.

for<lgn

Llns.?pd,

,

^"

light

•

a
S
A

DYE WOODS—

Logwood,
Logwood,
Logwood,
Logwood,
Logwood,

r.

x>

...

Timothy

97 90
98 00
^ca»h,»»-.
^— oasii T

Oak, Slaughter, heavy

•'

pce.lS 00

Hemp.

V >

Clover

LEATHKRA I ri iir—
e.

B

.

...gold

SEED80

99

net.7S9
" 7 29

Flpeandsheet

90K

Heflnad,pur,.,.

Crude
Nitrate soda,,

W

Bar

V bush.

saltVktke—

" «
9< 10
" «80 9«90

English

.

Liv'p-I, liliiKl.ii'.* sack a
LlVp'l Bne, Worthlngt's 3
Llv^^'l line, Ashtou's.g'd

1

gold .6 35

B5

jJK0
70

Balsam Peru
Bark petayo

2X

.

Cadir

LEAC(Annan.

90

W &
e
9
«

V

70

Spanlsh

16

gold.
2X»
Bngarlead, w'e .... "
2iK0
Bulpbato :norphlne,V ot i
Tartaric «cla(chry»tal)
gold
*t>.
90
Tapioca
»
Verdigris, dry * ex. dry
38
Vltrlal,blue
tJK*

American

a
8Xa
50 a
15 a
18 9

is

Aasafoittda
Balsam caplvl
Balsam tolu

90"
as

Ralls,

14

1

V

TO
TO
S' 90
1

a
S

ton ..
ton 20 00

Alcohol,
Aloes, Cape
Aloes, Socotrlne

OS

90
ta

do superfine

U

a
a
9

(80 p. e.)

liavens, light

Turks Islands

1

1

80

lOXA

Ravens, heavy
17 OO
64
Scotch, 0'ok,No.l,«> yd
''
Cotton.No. 1
49

Wi
1

(^

DtCK-

.

83
Rods, K9a-16 Inch
102
Hoop.?.
Nall'rod
» » 6X4
Sheet,RasBla
lOM^
Sheet, sing., doub. ft treb.
4i'
Ralls, Eng. (gold) ..V ton. 96 C

i
IH®

«

Rangoon, dresMd .em.
In bond
gold

BALT-

I

90

•100»

Carollna...
1

»7I
ST

...

Band
Horseshoe

10>i9

Soda aih

round

.*•

Lard

RICB-

. .

20

BheULM

as

t3perm, pateut

Scroll.....
Ovals and nalt

^H
a

2U0

I

Bum

1

•TOBsrsioai.

lOHa

80
38
14
89

* Amer.

Bar, Swedes, ordlnsUe«...I10
Tt
Bar, refined (as to sUe)
Bar, common
70

64

I

1 18

Senna, Alexandria
Senna, East India

'

Bar, refined, Eng.

I

B*e(,iztr»B
Beerhimt...

<

1

13h

(

8arHaparlUa,H.,g'd,lub'd
"
Sarsaparllla.Mex.
Seneka root

M
lOH
UK

11

.

Xhubarb, China
Sago, pearled
Halaoratus

I

'

PruBslate potash, Amer.
V\t
90
llulcksllver
Julnlne. American...... 2 20

Sal Hinniunlac. ref. gold.
Sal soda, Newcastle, g*d

37

M • Kl
85 a W
3U a 33
St 9 87
8u
8U a ^;
*"
M S 80
1* # M

.

Ohio

a

34

Weatern, prime
Weatani, ralr

Cheese-

3»IX)

"

.

m

80
IS
831
79

'

10)i<i

^

god.

N.).

Pork, prime
Pork, prime
Beaf, Plain

81

2
8

I

,

gold.

at

'

.... gold

OxallcaclJ
Phosphorus

Plg,Bcoich,

a

190

b

iimcKs
>

t 45

Opiura, Turkey

Plg, ADierloan, No. 1
Pig, American, No. a
Pig, Aiiierics'i Forge

IsU"

....

bergamoi
Olllemon

Oil

Oil peppermint, pur* ... 8 20
degs) > 00
or. vitriol (<0to

ASHB8Pot.lttsort
V100»(1!t «7»
I'KKSWAX_
t> • UK
Vinerli-anyalloir ...«)•
B KEADH ruFrS—8«« tpaoUl report.
•Miiiiixii Imrtl
i:rotaii«
riillM.i.'lplil«ironl«

^'

Ollcassia

1

.

.

3i

IBOJf-

W

DutiM on horttgn Jmporu vj€r4 pu^
thed In au CsioKiOLC or^uffMt U.16M

—

'
'

CHKONlCife.

TtiJB

ki

Farm
Farm

.
.

1871.J

PHIOES CJRREiNT.

bUTTi;i; ANO
Uuttor—

—

—

.
.

keg.

c ul 10 gall.

....... .t

...

8<K9

JOHNSON A

O.

jr.

±

(Lain u( O. Falls

C O.,

[ohn C. Graham_

Co.)

Cotton Buyers,
nEinPHIS,
ballas

Box

O.

»)

i,Ta.

b»vel)M)ii luid

CO., Aas.tTI,
stroat, M.

Baavtr

m ,re

eiiuiisively

T.
tban

ta»ii .,je.Ualf of all

anr otben, aad lan year or moro

Be cattoa balo.l la me U.ilud Stiles, aud received
be preiuluin at Huveral s,..ite I'ait-s.

VIBBABD, FOOTE

of COTTON
OFFUBS produce; and purchase consignmentsand
ol
solicits
other
vessels to load for European pons. „
.
„
Betere to Wm. Brycc ft Co., and Daucy, Hyman ft
Co., New York.

^

Abert,

COLLTMBDS,

niaalaalppl.

BOaLAND, NKW YOBd ASD *>(KW OKLEABS
SKLFFASTE^^1NG^ BnCKLB TIE.
Tbli la for tbe pla>it«3r, the corapress aad thd dtiip
(be best aad m04t c<;}iivouieac Tie inaamactut-ed. It
lareoo'uoieiidijd by ail ui t<ie de ilers in New Orieiius
after a tborou^U 1 ivestlgatlon as to tbe mer.ts of tbe
various tlas 1,l use. Tuey are made ol tbe best qudlity
of Eugllsb Ir >ii, nicely p tinted, put up lu buudles of
unU'orm wem'bt and are sold uiid--r a guaranty to

EDWABD N^LLE.

Heaver

Liberal Cash advances

89

BB^raB

Post OiUce

sr.

H.

York,

New

Box

(Ouuajr Butfa, Linseed, Jute Butta,
SuKar.

&

Joseph B. Glover
ISa.

Co.

SO Central Street.

8TS.

a

GOLD STRKET, NKW VORK.

NAYLOR &

John

D. Reynolds

Buy Cotton,

PHILA.,
MS

80 State street.

street.

Cast Steel Frogs, and

all

otber

Steel Material for

Railway Use.

HOUSE IN LONDON

&

So. itb street

CAST ISTEEL RAILS,
CAST STEEL TYRES,

Bro.

34 Old Broad
Tbo give special

:

CO...

&.

.Street,

attention to orders for

Railroad Iron,

Qrain, ftc, on Commission.

Alfred Muckle,
Jotton Factor, Commlaslou, Receiving

and Forwarding

CO.,

BOSTON,

NAYLOR, BEN Z ON

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA,

Boston.

Co.,

15

Cashier, Mississippi Valley

ITIerohant,

OALVESToN, TEXAS.

John Dwignt

Wroagbt Iron Tubes, L%p Welded^
BoUer Fluee, Gas Works Ca«tInK8 and Street
Mains, Artesian Well Pipes and Tools,
Oas and Steam Fitters* Tools, &c.

Bank, VICKSburg.

INDIA & DO.nESTIC OCNNY CI.OTH,

Co.,

M linafacturerB of

99

vicksbvro, miss.

W.

&

OFFICE AND WARKHOTJSKS:

FULKERSON,

CORNER MDLBKRliY AND WASHINGTON

Co.,

YOKK,

i

ron Knglsud.
Supply all Railway Equipment and undertake alt
Railway business generally.

made on Consignments

KLEIN,

OF

Tbe Bowlih)? Iron Corapany, Bradford England.
The West umberlaiid Heiiiatl''e Iron Co., Working

OaHHAOK.

cotton broker,

S103.

COMMEiiCiAL BiiOKEHS,

KlTaBLMHID

S.

Refer to O. M.

&

C. Rogers

J.

t'..

-

NEW YORK,

CO.,

ft

srreot, N'ew

lue Allanllc .States.
tale by dealera iiro.iK'Mjut tue couatry.
ar.,

Railway Bonds and Negoclate Loans

imroitTC'.Rs

COTTON FAC lORS ft COMMISSION MEBCHAKTS
158 I'ommou sitreet, '^enr tirleans.

ttole .\gents lor

WALL

sell

Iron Ralls, Steel Raila, Old Ralis,
Urssemer f Is Iron, crap.
Steel Tyrrg, boiler pla ea, ilc.
AGENTS FOR

Cammack,

entire satlsfactl^u.

WILLI.SMS, BIBNIE
For

B. O.

&

Nalle

;

63

ST.,

Pascal Iron \Torks, Pblladel|iliia.

COTTON TIKS,

bava

Co.,

COB. OK WILLIAM

ST.,

Morris, Tasker

COTTON BROKER
OF

MANUFACTUUKKi

AND

FBOPKIKTOKS

W.

G.

CO.,

tc

JOHNSBN,

O.

CEDAB

Buy and

bis services for

AND

OHAKLEa

&

Kennedy

S.

inEKCHAN'rS.

omiulsilon.

I

William Lamb,
NORFOLK, VlRGliDIA,

For Sale by

TbeM nes

KBNNKDT. HBNBYU.BAB:KB. JOHN S.BA.BNBa

8.

Railways.

GoUou.
ft

JOaN

GENERAL K«I|.WAV AOENT4 AND

Buyers of Cotton
For a

.\rr<>iv rie« for

SWESiON, PKRKIMJ

Co.,

41

Cotton.
1,000 Tous

&

J.

TJBNS.

1871,

7,

Irou and Railroad Material.-

Ootton.

Cotton.

e

[January

THE CHRONICLE.

82

Liberal advances made on Consignmenta of Cotton
and other f roduce in hand or I^IU Ladintj; therefor.

as well as Old

lialls,

Scrap Iron and Metule.

OHAUTfOBT TIBBA.BD.
KXKRSOH FOOTS.

ALKX.

P.

FISKK

EDWARD FOOTS

Vibbard, Foote & Co.,
40 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
keel RaiJs,

MAMnPACTUKUBS OF

TAe Liverpool &' Lon-

Everett & Co.,
Street,

Boatom,

A KNTS FOK

AVOOSTINB HEARD

A

OF CHINA AND .JAPAN.
AUraneaa made on coaslxnments

ol

don

&

approved mer

RIt*

Wrlcbt,

DK JANKIKO, BUAZIL.
In

tbe United States by onr House,

Brown &
No.

69

Co.,
STREET.

WALL

Henry Lawrence
MANOTACTnRKRS OF

6c

Sons,

COI{))AGE

csk.

N^W YORK

._____^
John
'

NO.

e

Office^i,

6 t h b b t,

$500,000 00
206,237 »3
Caah Capital and Surplus, July 1,1869,
$795,23? 93.
Insurps Property against Loss or Damage by Fire at
usu Ll rates.
Policies issued and Losses paid at tbe office of the
Compau] or at iU various Agencies In the principal
oltte
ha United State
R. W. nLEECKBB, President,
F,

H

WYLLI3

BTKR
'V'

RAILAYAY

iiLACKSTONE.Vlce-Pres't,'

Secre'.ary,

LD, General Agent.

Manning,

BANKER AND BUOKEK,

We beg to call the attention of ManaKei b of K'at.'
ways and Contractors throuKhout ihe United Statesand Canada to our superior tHCillties for t-iecutlng
orders at mauutacturers prices, lor

both

broad

'<'i-rbet.

i»»e«I»lai:eiiUon given .« itonthem
Seci,riti«i «,d
Btonna^los concerning then fnrnUbe4.

AMKtUCAN

RaiJroad Iron.
In a position to fnrnlsb all slz^e, patterns and weiKbt ol rail for both steatn and horse
roads, and in auv quaiiiltiea desired elberf'or IMMKDIaTiC (jR KETmOTK delivery, at any port In tU»
United stales or tmiida and always at the very lowest current market prices. < oniracta will be made
ftayable in (nitcd States currency for American, and
n either currency or gold (at the option of the buyer)
for horeiKU, and when desired, we wlU contract to
supply roads with their monthly or yearly require•

ments.
orders for Forei^pi Ralls, will be taken for transmit
Blonby Mail or through the cable to oar

LONDON HOUSE.
58

OLD BROAD STREET,

lor execution at a fixed price In sterliog^ or on commission at the current market price abroad when the
ordprls received in Londou ; shipments lo be made
at stated oerlods to porta in Amei'tca and at ihe lowest possible rates ot freights. Address

S.

W. Hopkins &

....

Co.,

BROJDW^AY.
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS
NO. 71

&

M. Baird
OF LONDON.
Aaaeta
$8,000,000, Gold
CHIKP OFFICE IN THE U.S.
Noa. 40 and 42 Pine Street, New York.

descriptions o

all

and i-OuKlGN

We are always

Co.,

PHILADELPHIA.

Imperial

FIBE INSURANCE COIHPANY

ENT».

COMPANIES.

New York.
B.

E<tlTipmi

Fo Railroad

....

.

bankers,

wall

Branch

% Cooper Inatltnte tc 1429 Broadway.
INCORPORATED 1883.

CASH CAPITAL
SLBPLUS

Leonard, Sheldoa& Foster
1»

OFFICE 192 BROADIX^AV.

NEW YOUR

roB export and domestic
IK niONT BTBKKT.

North American
Fire Insurance Company

Rails,

AND

Co.

45 William St.
FIRE INSI/RANCE.

Co.,

QoninissioN merchants,
Kepresentsd

& Globe Ins.

AJfetsGold,$i 7 ,690,3 90
AJfets in ihe
CO.,
U. States 2,000,000

cbandlze.

Wright

Old

»tODA, &C.,

Na. II Old Mlp, Netv York.

60 State

Iron Rails,

Insui ance.

ALERATDS,
SUPER CARK.

All vorlc accurately fitted to gauges
Interchangeable. Plan, Material.

ly

and thoroneb*

Workmansklp

MnlBh and Etliciency fully euaranteed.
M. Baird,
Cb.s 1. Parry,
Wm. P. Henzey
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