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WEEKLY

’NEWSPAPER,

'

REPRESENTING THE INDUSTRIAL AND
COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF TIIE UNITED
STATES.

YOL. 5.

SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1867.

Bankers and Brokers.

Bankers and Brokers.

Franklin M. Ketohum.
George Phipps.
Thos. Belknap, Jr.

KETCHUM, PHIPPS

Sc
BFLKNAP,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
24 Broad Street, New
No,

York.

Government securities, railroad and
other bonds,
railroad, mining and miscellaneous stocks,
gold and
exchange bought and sold on commission. Mercantile
paper and loans in currency or gold
negotiated. Inte¬
rest allowed on

Bankers and Brokers.

GETTERS OF CREDIT FOR TRAV¬
ELLERS.
EXCHANGE ON LONDON AND PARIS.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON EDINBURGH
& GLASGOW.
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT
AND SOLD.
AT THE NEW YORK
STOCK

Co.,

BANKERS,

Securities.

Interest allowed on
deposits of Gold and
subject to check at

sight._j

Securities.
Interest allowed on Deposits
subject to Sight Draft
or Check.
Advances made on approved securities.
Special facilities for negotiating Commercial
Paper.
Collections both inland and
foreign promptly made.
Foreign and Domestic Loans Negotiated.

27 WALL
Cash

TURNER

Capital, $150,000.

as

Real Capital, $1,000,000.

Jos. F. Larkin
Adam

BANKERS AND DEALERS IN
U. S.

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.

Barstow, Edey & Co.,
BANKERS

No. 14 WALL STREET.

Dibblee

&

BANKERS A

Sc

]

STREET.

Government Bonds of all
kinds, State and City
Bonds. Railroad and other Stocks and
Bonds, Gold
ana Silver
bought and sold on commission. Inter¬
est Coupons and
Dividends collected.

C. &

G-

30 PINE

Woodman,
STREET,

BANKERS AND DEALERS IN
GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES, LAND WARRANTS, COL¬
LEGE LAND

Advances made
„

SCRIP, &C.
approved Securities and Interest
allowed on deposits.

No. 36 Broad
Street, Office No. 16.
DEALERS IN
GOVERNMENT AND
OTHER SECURITIES.

Interest allowed upon
deposits of Gold and Cur¬
subject to Check at
Merchants and Bankers uponSight. Gold loaned to
favorable terms. J 1
rency,

Warren, Kidder

of

NO. 17 NASSAU
STREET.
Bills of Exchange on London
Drafts issaed and bills collected on bought and sold.
San
on the
Francisco^and
principal towns of Canada,
Brunswick and British Columbia. Nova Scotia, New
Drafts for £2 and

Merchant#

NO. 44 BROAD
STREET, NEW YORK.
Government Securities, Stocks,
Bonds and Gold
bought and sold on the most liberal
chants, hankers and others allowed 4 terms. Mer¬
per
deposits. The most liberal advauces made cent, on
on Cot¬
ton, Tobacco, &c., consigned to

correspondents, Messrs.

Liverpool.

ourselves

K. GILLIAP

or

to

&

onr

CO.,
*

£

i

—

POWELL,

GREEN Sc CO.

kS l

MERCHANTS,

38 BROAD

Stocks, Bonds

and

-

i

STREET, NEW YORK.

;
~

Governments bought 'and sold

clusively on.Commission.




COMMERCIAL
.

FAFER,

ALSO,

i

STOCKS, BONDS. GOLD, &c., BOUGHT
ON COMMISSION.

AND ISOLD

Street, New York.

Cohen &

Hagen,

RANKERS
AND

DEALERS IN BULLION,
SPECIE,
UNITED STATES SECURITIES.' AND
No. 1 Wall

Street.

Hoyt,
EXCHANGE

ex¬

T~

.

.i1

i

r

V

1 ? 1

•

.

,7

Brothers,

Buy and Sell on Commission Government
Gold, Railroad, Bank and State Stocks Securities
and Bonds,
Steamship, Telegraph, Express, Coal,
Petroleum, and
Mining Stocks.

Currency and Gold received on deposit
subject to
Draft. Dividends and Interest
collected and lnvestmentsmade. Order#

Fromptly Execoted

J. L. Brownell
RANKERS
28 BROAD

Stocks, Bonds,

Sc

& Bro.,

BROKERS,

STREET, NEW YORK.

Government Securities and Gold
Sold exclusively
on commission.
Accounts of Banks, Bankers and
Individuals received
on favorable terms.

Bought and

References:

J. II. Fonda, Pres. National
Mech. Banking Ass., N.Y.
C. B. Blair, Pres’t Merchants'N
aft;

Bank; Chicago.

Sc

MOORE,

BANKERS.

No. 14 Wall Street, Ifew
York.
Buy and Sell at Market Rates Government
of all issues, and execute
Securities,
orders for the purchase and
sale of STOCKS,
BONDS, and GOLD.
Interest allowed on deposits of
Gold and
Currency,
subject to check at sight.

Tyler, Wrenn
NO.

Buy and Sell

& Co.,

BANKERS,

18 WALL STREET
at most liberal rates,

SECURITIES, GOLD,
sale of
Stocks, Bonds

GOVERNMENT

&c.

Orders for purchase and
promptly executed.

and Gold

TYLER, ULLMANN

A CO.

Chicago.

Central National
31S

Capital

Bank,

BROADWAY.

.-.

$3,000,000.

Has for sale all

descriptions of Government

City and County

accounts received

vorable to

our

on

Bonds—

terms most fa¬

Correspondents.

Collections made in all parts of the United
States

an

WILLIAM A. WHEELOCK,
President.
W i L li am H. Sanford, Cashier-

Th

e
291

BROKER,

Van Schaick &
|No. 10 Wall Street,

Co.,

NEW YORK.

BINDERS AND DEALERS IN GOV¬
ERNMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS
AND GOLD.

.

Drake

CAPITAL

36 NEW AND 38 BROAD
STREETS.
Orders executed for
Bankers, Brokers and
.

TURNER BROTHERS.

■

Tradesmen’s

NATIONAL BANK.

T. A.
GOGH AND

;
same

Securities
Bought and Sold at Market Rates. We also
execute
orders for Purchase and Sale of
Stocks, Bonds and
Gold on Commission.

BROADWAY, NEW YORK.

SURPLUS

Merchants.

-

Bankers & Commission
j

Farnham,

(Late of G. S.'Robbins & Son,)

48 Fin©

Wilson, Callaway & Co.,
Bankers
Commission

C.

George

Scotland and Ireland.

and

Bussing,

27 WALL STREETAll orders receive onr Personal
Attention.
Wm. J. Gklsto
John S. Busstno

British North America.

on

Co,,

BANKERS Sc BROKERS

THE AGENCY OF THE

upwards granted

&

RANKERS,

Gelston &

Deposits and make Collections, the
incorporated Bank.
Government

ADAMS, KIMBALL

No. 4 WALL ST., NEW
YORK.
Orders for stocks, Bonds, and Gold
promptly exe¬
cuted. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST
ALLOWED
on deposits, subject, to check
at sight.

on

Bank

BROKERS,

HAVE REMOVED FROM NO. 30 TO

Howard,

BROKERS,

No. 10 WALL

{Thomas Fox.

Poe,

OTHERS,

STOCK BROKERS AND
RANKERS,
No. 16 BROAD
STREET, NEW YORK,

John M. Phillips.
Thos. Sharp.
John Gates.

Harvey Decamp,

an

& Co.,

BANKERS,

BII

We receive

Securities,

STREET, NEW YORK.

Jos. F. Larkin,
John Coclinower,

Gans,

•

NO. 14 NASSAU
STREET,
Corner of Pine, Opposite 17. S.
Treasury.

CINCINNATI.

&

Currency

BANKING HOUSE

Murray, Jr.,

Government and other

Exchange, Governments, Bonds,
Stocks, Gold, Commercial Paper, and all
Negotiable

STR2ETS,

Government

Boards,
Dealer# in Governments
and other

BROKER IN

Dealers in Bills of

Co.,

BROKER

or

B.

WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK.

&

AND

12 NEW & 14 BROAD
Members of the Stock, Gold and

54 William Street.

Soutter &

Frank

Bell, Faris
BANKERS

EXCHANGE.

James G. King’s Sons,

deposits.

No. 53

NO.. 107.

$1,000,00
450,000
RICHARD BERRY, President.
ANTHONY HALSEY, Cashier.

Tenth National Bank.
Capital......
$1,000, On O.
; No. 29 BROAD STREET.
—

■

Designated Depository of the

Government.
and Dealers’ Accounts solicited.
J. H.

Stout, Cashier.

D. L.

Bankers’

LOSS, Preside

[July 13, 1867

THE CHRONICLE.

34

THE

DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT AND
No. 5 Nassau

from

The Company now

Mortgage Bonds

having thirty years to run,

SIX PER

interest
and July in the

and bearing annual

payable on the first day of January
City of New York, at the rate of

CENT. IN GOLD,
AT

Ninety Cents on

the Dollar.

completed from Omaha 305 miles west
on the 1st of January, 1867, and is fully equipped, and
trains are regularly running over it. The Company
has now on hand sufficient iron, ties, etc., to finish the
remaining portion to the eastern base of the Rocky
Mountains, 212 miles, which is under contract to be done
September 1st of this year, and it is expected that the
entire road will be in running order from Omaha to its
western connection with the Central Pacific, now being
This road was

f

of Bank
bnrgiar

proof security the following certificates:

Lillie’s

is constructing, under tbe patron¬
of the UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
THE WESTERN END OP THE

This Company

age
.

First

ers,

Pacific Railroad Co.,

CONTINENT.

of their

Company offer for the consideration
Merchants and those desiring the best

This

The Central

making, with its

offer a limited amount

TO INVESTORS THE

MORTGAGE RONDS OF THE

FIRST

NEBRASKA,

ACROSS THE

York,

Street, New

RECOMMEND

Merchants.

&

Bankers

OTHER

DESIRABLE SECURITIES,

constructing a Railroad

westward towards the Pacific Ocean,
connections, an unbroken line

TO

BANKERS

Company,
OMAHA,

IMPORTANT

Fisk & Hatch,

Union Pacific Railroad
Are now

Safes.

Financi

Financial.

DOUBLE CHILLED AND

Safes.

Their line will extend from Sacramento, Califor¬
nia, across the Sierra Nevadas to the California

line, traversing the richest and most popu¬
op Calipornia, and thence through
the GREAT MINING REGIONS OF THE TERRITORIES,
to the vicinity of Salt Lake City.
It forms the sole Western link of the only
route to the Pacific which is adopted by Congress
and aided by tbe Issue of United States

BURGLAR PROOF

AND

FIRE

GREAT NATIONAL RAILWAY
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.

WROUGHT IRON

State

lous section

Ronds.
Their road is

already completed, equipped, and

running for 94 miles lrom Sacramento to within 12
miles ot tho summit of the Sierras, and a large
amount ot the work of Grading, Tunnelling, <fec.,
beyond that point has been accomplished.
The First Mortgage Ronds of this
pany afford unusual inducements of
Profit to Investors, for the following among

Com¬

Office of the Novelty Iron
New York. 18th December,

& Son,
Gentlemen,—We have subjected the

Messrs. Lewis Lillie

sample of

double-chilled iron you furnished us to the most se¬
vere tests (as regards drilling through it) we could
bring to bear upon it,'and wthout success.

only be penetrated by
and the expen¬
of time, and we
with his time and

It is our opinion that it can
the use of a large number of drills,
diture of much power with days
think it impossible foi a burglar

power to

penetrate it at all.
Yours

truly,

Safety and

reasons,

Works, |
)
1S66.

HOLMES. Supt.

ISAAC V.

other

-

LYMAN G. HALL, Foreman.

viz:

is Six per Cent. In
semi-annually in the City oi New

First —The rate of Interest

Gold, payable

Hinkley and

Willtamb Works,

!

*

f
1870.
We having made an attempt to drill a sample o
Second.—The Principal is payable in Gold at
double chilled iron furnished us by Mesers. Lillie &
matur ty.
Means of the Company.
Son, and failed to penetrate it more than five-eighths
Estimating the distance to be built by the Union Pa¬
Third.—The cost of the Bondsv Ninety-five Per (X) of an inch, after hours of labor, feel that we can
cific to
Cent, and accrued interest, is Ten Percent,

rapidly built eastward from

be 1,565 miles, the

Sacramento, Cal., during

United States Government

Bonds to the Com¬
pany as the road is finished at the average rate of about
$28,250 per mile, amounting to $44,208,000.
The Company is also permitted to issue its own First
Mortgage Bonds to an equal amount, and at the same
time, which, by special Act of Congress, are made a
First Mortgage on the entire line, the bonds of the
issues its Six per

to them.

makes a donation of 12,800 acres of
the mile, amounting to 20,032,000 acres, estima¬

The Government

the total resources,
$118,416,000; but the full value
be realized.
The authorized Capital Stock of the Company is one
hundred million dollars, of which five millions have
already been paid in, and of which it is not supposed
that more than twenty-five millions at most will be re¬
ted to be

worth $30,000,000, making

exclusive of the capital,
of the lands cannot now

quired.
road is estimated by competent engi¬
neers to be about one hundred million dollars, exclu¬
sive of equipment.
The cost of the

Prospects for

^

less than that of the

cent. Thirty-year

United States being subordinate
land to

York

Business.

railroad connection between Omaha and the
East is now complete, and the earnings of the Union
Pacific on the sections already finished for the month
of May were $261,782.
These sectional earnings
as the road progresses will much more than pay the in¬
terest on the Company’s bonds, and the through busi¬
ness over the only line of railroad between the Atlan¬
tic and Pacific must be immense.
The

Fourth.—Tbe United States
'

Security of the Bonds.

respectfully submit, that the above
statement of facts fully demonstrates the security of
their Bonds, and as additional proof theyr would sug¬
gest that the Bonds now offered are less than ten mil¬
lion dollars on 517 miles of road, on which over twenty
million dollars have already been expended; on 330
miles of this road the cars are now running, and the re¬
maining 187 miles are nearly completed.
The Company

pay an

present rate of premium on

Fifth.—Owing to this liberal provision, accompa¬
nied with Extensive Grants of Public

Lands, by which the Government

that on the completion of the road,
like the Government Bonds, they will go above par.
The Company intend to sell but a limited amount at
the present low rates, and retain the right to advance
the price at their option.

and it is believed

Subscriptions will be received in New York by the
Continental National Bank, No. 7 Nassau St.
Clark, Dodge & Co., Bankers, 51 Wall St.
John J. Cisco & Son, Bankers, No. 33 Wall St.
and by BANKS AND
out the United States,

BANKERS generally through¬
of whom maps and descriptive

pamphlets may be obtained. They will also be sent by
mail from the Company’s Office, No. 20 Nassau street,
New York, on application.
Subscribers will select
their own Agents in whom they have confidence, who
alone will be responsible to them for the safe delivery

Very truly,

the contingencies
nary Railroad enterprises.

Sixth.-The Security of its First Mortgage
Bonds is therefore ample, and their character

equalled only by tnat of
itseli.
Seventh.—The net earnings of the completed
portion are already largely in excess of
tlie lute rest obligations which the
Company will incur on twice tbe dis¬
tance. and are steadily increasing, rendering the
nninterrupud payment oi tbe latte-

W. H. BECHl ELL,
W. H. 8TRAHAN,

JOHN J. CISCO Treasurer,
NEW YORK.
~

Messrs. Merrick & 3on’s
Philadelphia, Pa.

Foremen in

Foundry,

for safety and reliability is
the obligations of the Government

certain.

Eighth.—At. t‘ e present rate

of Gold they pay near¬

ly N>£ Per Cent, per annum, on
vested.

the amount in¬

The Bonds are issued in denominations of $1,000
with semi-annual Gold Coupons attached, pajable
in New York, and are offered lor the present at 95
cent,

anuary

and accrued interest

1st

Orders may

Chicago, Ill.,
Messrs. Murray

principal Banks and Bankers in all parts of the
'
i
Remittances nry be made in drafts on New York,
or in Legal Tender Notes, National Bank Notes or
other funds current in this city, and the bonds will
be forwarded to any address by express, free ot

Inquiries for further particulars, by
punctual attention.

otherwise, will receive

mail or

Fisk & Hatch,
RANKERS AND DEALERS IN
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES,
NO. 5 NASSAU STREET, N.Y.

Government Securities ie
price in exchange for the

ceived at the full market
above Bonds. Also,
All descriptions

N. S.

Co.,

BOUTONT & CO.

Northwestern ManVg
Chicago, March 11, 1867.

Office of

Messrs. Murray

Agents

fSf~Gold Coin and U. S. Coupons

and collected.

Deposits received on Liberal Terms.,
subject to check at sight.
Collections made throughout the country.

^^“Miscellaneous Stocks and

Bonds bought and

Exchange on commission

for

Special attention giver, to the Exchange of SEVEN*
series for the new FIVE
1 WENTY BONDS qf 1865, on the most favorable

)

Lillie Safe and Iron Co.,

Gentlemen,—We subjected the sample you fur¬
nished us (of a new combination of metals to be
used in the manufacture of Lillie’s Safes) to the se¬
verest tests of our Pow*r Drill, and with the best
tempered drills our skill and experience could pro¬
duce.
After operating upon it with
ral hours without penetrating it
inch and at that point unable to

different drills seve¬
more than half an
make further pro¬

became satisfied that if not utterly im¬
penetrable, it would at least require days of time, a
large number of drills ana machine power to pene¬
trate through it: and that it was entirely out of the

gress, we

ower

,

a

of even tne most

safe made of

skilful burglar to penetrate

this material

CRANE, President.

m

and

bought, sold,

Co., J

& Winne,

R. T.

kept constantly ou baud,
Rotight Sold or Exchanged.

terms.

f

Truly yours,

drill.

of Government Secu¬

rities

and sold at the Stock.
ash.

March 13, 1867.

& Winne,

Gentlemen,—We subjected the sample of new
combination of metals for safes sent us by yon to
as thorough tests of the drill as we could, and fail¬
ed to penetrate the metal at all. We think it won d
be impossible for burglars to enter the safes made of
this metal by means of the drill during the longest
time in ordinary business they could have acce-s to
them—in tact, that the metal is proof against the'

be forwarded to us direct,or through the

N.B.—All kinds of

Foundry Works, j

Lillie Safe and Iron

Agents

Southworth

(in currency) from

country.

charge.

Office Union

A full assortment of these unequalled Burglarproof Bales constantly on band at our Warerooms.
Also, safes of every description, designed for both
Fre and Bur.lar-proof security.
The public are in¬
vited to call and examine for themselves as to the
merits of our

Safes.

Lillie Safe & Iron Co.,
LEWIS LILLIE, President.

THIRTY NOTES of all the

•f the bonds.




fosters this

its success Is ren¬
its financial sta¬

Pa., February 25,1867.
LiixiE & Son,
Gentlemen,—We have tried a sample of doublechilled iron similar to that sent to the Novelty
Works, New York, and our experience with it is
about the same, viz : that it can only be penetrated
by a long continued operation of the most skillful
mei hanics and the best tools.
Philadelphia,

Independent of
which attend ordi¬

rest -absolutely

certificate

Messrs. Lewis

bility is altogether

gold these bonds

anuual interest on the present cost of
Niue per cent.,

Nove*ty Iron Works’

endorse the above
in all particulars.

Government

look* mainly to a small per-centage
on tbe future traffic for re-payment.

great national enterprise,
dered cercain, and

22, 1867.

JARVIS WILLIAMS, Treasurer.

provides nearly half tbe amouut neeessary to bu Id tbe entire road, and

r

At the

Gold

Government.

Bearing Bonds of the

er

Value and

cheapest Six Per Cent.

Boston, Mass-, January

198

BROAD WAT, NEW

TORK.

*

July 13,1867.]

THE CHRONICLE.

Bankers and Brokers.
JAY

COOKE,
)
MOORHEAD, V
COOKE,
)

H. D.

( H. C. FAHNESTOCK,

BANKERS AND BROKERS,

No. 32 Broad

BANKERS.

No. 114 Sontb 3d

Street,
Philadelphia.

Fifteenth

Street,

and

Opposite Treas. Department*
Washington.
In connection with our houses in

Washington
1

Nassau,

we

office at No.

an

of

promptly execute orders for the Purchase

Washington

S. G. & G. C.
AGENTS

and

particular attention to the

BARING BROTHERS A
56 WALL

COMPANY,

STREET, NEW YORK,

exchange of government securities

and gold,

28 STATE

purchase,

of

issues; to orders for purchase and sale of stocks,

bonds

Ward,

FOR

partners.

We shall give

all

sale

Securities.

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

sale,

or

Gold, State, Federal, and Railroad

Dodge, late of Clark, Dodge & Co.»

New York, Mr. H. C. Fahnestock, of our
be resident

ffevorable terms,

on

of Wall Street, in this city.

corner

Mr. Edward

Philadelphia and

have this day opened

#

AM. UNITED STATES SECURITIES.
Solicit accounts from MERCHANTS, BANKERS, and
others, and allow interest on daily balances, subject to
Sight Draft.

Make Collections

and to all business of National Banks.

STREET, BOSTON.

Joseph A. Jameson,
Amos Cotting,

I

Of Jameson, (lotting & Co.
St. Louis.

I

James I). Smith,
of the late firm of James

Low & Co., New York
and Louisville, Ky.

JAY COOKE & CO.

March 1,1866.
T

~

I-

Satterleb &

RANKERS,

Co.,

NOS. 14 & 16 WALL

Receive

STREET, NEW YORK.

Deposits in Currency and Gold,

and allow Interest at the rate of FOUR PER CENT

fO BROADWAY A If NSW STREET.

per annum on

daily balances which

may

be checked

for at

sight.
purchase and sell Gold, Bonds and Stocks strictly
and only on Commission.
Will

STOCKS AND BONDS

BOUGHT AND BOLD ON COMMISSION*

Hatch, Foote & Co..,
BANKERS

IBCCBITIBI,
AND DEALERS

&c.

Co.,

terms, and without

No. 94 BROADWAY & No. 6 WALL

STREET.

AND

DEALERS IN
GOVERNMENT
OTHER SECURITIES.

deposits of Gold and Currency,
Gold loaned to Merchants
favorable terms.

ket

Rodman, Fisk & Co.,
RANKERS,*
AND

Securities

Government

Commonwealth,
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts
Commercial paper
Demand loans
Indebtedness of directors

delay.

C. Graham,

A.

BANKER
3 BROAD

AND

$1 663 067 20

$860,621 10
583,604 65
218,841 45

Overdrafts....

7 910 $)

!””

Banking-house

I90’,00l

05
31,615 79
24,232 73
106,660 51
156,642 40
10,801 66

Current expenses
Premiums
Cash items (including revenue stamps)
Due from National banks
Due from other banks and bankers
United States bonds deposited with U. S.
Treasurer to secure circulating notes....
l mted States bonds deposited with U. S.
Treasurer to secure deposits
IT. S. bonds and securities on hand
Other stocks and bonds
Cash on hand in circulating notes
of other National banks
$14,740 00
Cash on hand in circulating notes
of State hanks
5,375 00

290,000 00
200,000 00
185,800 00
185,166 47

20,115 00

Specie

113,159 20

Fractional currency
Legal tender uotes

Compound interest

469 45

$1,109,624
50,710

notes.

1,160,334 00
f

$4,345,978 06

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Circulating notes received

$750,000 00
17,747 70
from

Comptroller
$284,000 00
Circulating notes outstanding
Individual deposits
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers

234,000
2,424,388
106,541
996
463,381
188,927

Due to National banks
Due to other banks and bankers
State Bank circulation outstanding
Discount
$o6,973 57
Exchanges
246 75
Interest
41,218 38
Profit and loss
76,833 48

01
9,727 00

$4,345,978 06

.

Quarterly
OF

BROKER,

STREET, NEW YORK,

Report

THE

Nat. B’nk of the Republic

DEALER IN

Philadelphia, July 1,1867.

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

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts
.

Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures...
Current Expenses and Taxes
."

$859,722 63
129,746 99
7,094 49

Premiums
Revenue Stamps
>
Due from Banks and Bankers
U. S. Bonds deposited with Treasurer of the
United States to secure circulation
U. S. Bonds and securities on hand
Notes ot other National Banks
Fractional Currency

29,291 47

.

NO.

18

NASSAU

STREET,

Buy and sell at market rates:
Six per Cent. Bonds of 1881; Ten-Forties ;
Five-Twenty Bonds, all issues;
Seven-Thirty Notes, all series;
Compound Interest Notes, and

Gold and Silver Coin.

Registered Interest Collected and Coupons cashed

without charge.
7-30 Notes, all series,

„

Hayden,
BANKER,

AND DEALER IN BULLION AND SPECIE,

24 Nassau

Street, New York.

holders of 7-80s.
Merchants and Importers supplied with com for cus¬
tom-duties at lowest market rates.
Orders for purchase and sale of all miscellaneous
securities promptly executed.
Mail and telegraph
orders will receive our personal attention. Deposits
.

„

received, and interest allowed on balances. Collections
made on all points with quick returns.
RODMAN, FISK & CO.

The

Riker &

225,050 00
17,116 00

13,484 82
326,136 25

LIABILITIES.

Capital Stock paid in
Circulating Notes outstanding
Deposits

$1,000,000 00
417,500 00

887,864 93
13,772 20

Profits

Co.,

BROKERS IN MINING

50fr,OOO 00

$2,269,137 13

Specie Department will oe in charge

of J. S. Cronise (late of J. S. Cronise & Co.), who has
my authority to sign the Firm name by procuration.

959 05

160,535 42

Legal Tender Notes and Specie
Total

^

taken in exchange for the new
Consolidated 5-20 Bonds, on terms advantageous to
,

P.

00
92
94
70
61

I, George Ellis, Cashier of the National Bank of the
Commonwealth, in the City of New York, in the State
of New York, do solemnly swear that the above state¬
ment is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
GEORGE ELLIS, Cashier.
State of New York. County of New York:—Sworn
to and subscribed before me, this 6th day of July, 1867.
Wm. T. Farnham, Notary Public.
Fifth

Interest allowed upon

in

exchanged for
the most liberal

rates, aud Coin on hand for immediate delivery.
No. 12 WALL. STREET.

subject to Check at Sight.

Dealers

on

IMPORTERS and others supplied with GOLD at mar

RANKERS.

and Bankers npon

BONDS,

of the

Bank

In the City of New York, in the State of New
York,
on the morning of the first
Monday of July, 1867 :

'SECURITIES,

All issues of SEVEN-THIRTY NOTES
the new FIVE-TWENTY

THE

155,272 18

IN GOVERNMENT

GOLD,

Lockwood &

THE CONDITION OF

Jameson,Smith &Cotting

.

OOTBBirnWRT

OF

National

Street, New York.

Buy and Sell at Market Rates,

Sts.,
New York:.

Quarterly Report

Taussig, Fisher & Co.,i

Jay Cooke & Co.,
Corner Wall and Nassau

Bank Statements.

Bankers and Brokers.

< EDWARD DODGE,
(PITT COOKE.

WM. 6.

35

Total

$2,269,137 13

STOCKS,

NO. 5 NEW STREET and 80 BROADWAY.

JOSEPH P. MUMFORD, Cashier.
me this first day of

Sworn to and subscribed before

Pott, Davidson & Jones,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
(Mefliri. Brown Bros A Co.’s new building)*
69 A 61 WALL STREET, NEW YOKE:

July, 1867.

Winslow, Lanier & Co.,

Accounts of

Banks, Bankers, and Merchants recelr*
#d

os

favorable terms.

Interest allowed on depos¬

its* subject to eheck at tights Telegraphic quotattoas furnished to correspondents.
■
■
Retommoss: James Brown, Bo*., of Messrs.
Brown Brothers A Co.; John Q. Jones* Esq., Pres¬
ident of the Chemical National Bank; James H.

Banker, Isq.* Vice-President of the Bank <* Mow
P. D.
J. N.

Roddey,
Petty,

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

P. D. Roddey &
No. 2% Wall

Co.,

Street, N.Y.,

(PETTY, SAWYERS & CO., Mobile, Ala.)
RANKERS ANB

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

mission.

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

Interest allowed on Balances,j




Market National

BANKERS,
27 St SO Pine

Street, New York.

DRAW ON LONDON AND PARIS, MOBILB AND
NEW ORLEANS.
loine Circular Letters of Credit for Travellers, avail¬

5Ta

York

Quarterly Report of tlie
\

Bay au4 sell Stocks, Bonds, Gold and
Government Securities.

EDMUND WILCOX, Notary Public.

able in all parts

of Europe,

Interest Allowed on Deposits.

Duncan, Sherman & Co.,
BANKERS,

CORNER OF PINE AND NASSAU

use

York,
July, 1867:

on

the morning of the first Monday of
RESOURCES:

$2,002,812
2,064
85,000
Banking house
Cash
79,863
Exchanges
441,309
Due from National Banks
804,540
Due from other Banks and Bankers
10,753
United States Bonds to secure circulation.
672,000
Other Bonds and Stocks
24,166
Notes of other National Banks
50,000
Notes of State Banks
1,847
58,579
Specie
Legal Tender Notes
214,442
406,000
Compound Interest Notes
Total

of Travelers abroad and in the United

States, available in all the principal cities of the
world; also,
COMMERCIAL CREDITS,
For use in Europe, east of the Cape of Good Hope
West Indies, South America, and the United States

Bank,

Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts

STS.,

CIRCULAR NOTES AND CIRCULAR LETTERS
OF CREDIT,
For the

Of New

44
16
00
44
49
08
74
00
76
00
00
98
00
00

$4,298,379 06
LIABILITIES:

Capital
Surplus Fuhd
Circulating Notes outstanding
Individual Deposits
Due to National Banks
Due to other Banks and Bankers
State Bank circulation outstanding

Uncollected checks
Total

$1,000,000
254,878
562,100
1,773,536
232,939
26,829
10,200
487,900

00
71
00
56
68
11

00
00

$4,298,379 06

36

THE CHRONICLE.
Dividends.

Bank Statements.
-

Quarterly Statement
OF THE TRUE CONDITION OF TnE

Ninth
Of the

1st, 1867.

National

City of New York,

*
$3,928,.139 94

Loans and Discounts
Government Securities
Due from Banks and Bankers
Furniture and Fixtures.
Specie and Legal Tender Notes
Cash Items ana Exchanges

56
58
00
82
869,737 00

1,898,675
1,065,641
13,000
2,617,101

$1,000,000
225,066
50,538
904,561
7,937,319

Circulation

Deposits

00
80

57
00
53

$10,117,485 90

ORVIS, President.
JOHN T. HILL, Cashier.

DIVIDEND.

American

Company,

New

representatives

$200,000

Cash

$629,492
10,834

429,492

Assets, July 1, 1867
...

OF

THE

and-that the transfer books be closed ou the said 20th
day of July, aud opened on the 5th dav of August.
THOMAS E. WALKER Treasurer.

MANUFACTURERS Sc MERCHANTS
The Board of Directors have this day declared a
semi-annual Dividend of FIVE Per Cent.,
payable on
and after 1st day of July, free of Government tax.
Transfer books will he closed from this date to July
2d.
A, MASTERTON, Cashier.

INSTITUTION FOR THE

day resolved that

a

PER CENT.

the business of the year ending June 30,1867, he de¬
clared,.and that certificates be issued to customers en¬
titled thereto, on and after August 15, prox.; and a
Cash Dividend to Stockholders ol
on

TEN AND ONE-HALF PER

Long Island Insurance Co
'

”

J

*

'

Street,

over

MOSES H.
ANDREW

demand, and

parties entitled to participate in the profits of the
Company, for which certificates*will he issued August

the

Also

an

interest Dividend of SIX Per Cent,

outstanding Scrip of the Company, payable

demand.-

on

OFFICE OF

THE

AMERICAN FIRE
ANCE COMPANi,

GRINNELL, President.

INSUR¬

New York, July 2,1867.
The Board of Directors have this day declared a
Dividend of FIVE Per Cent., free ol' Government tax,
payable on demand.

TENTH

NATIONAL

29 Broad

PARK FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 237 Broad¬

New York, 1st July, 1867.
The Board of Direc¬
tors have this day declared a Dividend of FIVE (5)
Per Cent., free of Government tax, payable on de¬
way,

mand.

Secretary.

OFFICE OF THE

INSURANCE
No. 11 Wall Street.

CO.,

New York, June 12,1S67.

The Board of Directors have this day declared a
aemi-annual Dividend of FIVE (5) Per
Cent., free of

OFFICE OF

THE

GERMANIA FIRE INSURANCE COM¬

PANY,

At the

same

meeting Mr. JOHN EDW. KAHL was
and Mr. HUGO
secretary of this

RUD.

GARfclGUE,

RATIONAL

FIRE

New York, June 18,1867.
A Dividend of SEVEN (7) Per Cent, (free of Govern¬
paid on and after July 1st, the Bank
also assuming payment of the city' tax on the shares of
stockholders for the present year.
ANTHONY HALSEY, Cashier.

Financial.

United States

Eresented for exchange to have prior to the privilege
olders will he deemed on or
waived that date, the
of conversion.

H. H. VAN DYCK,
Assistant Treasurer U.S.

United States

LIABILITIES.,,,....,.,

July 6,1867.
7-30 Coupons

Schedules of (30) Thirty or more
July 15, will now be received for examination at
the United States
Treasury.
due

H. H. VAN




|mjxbie on demand.

DYCK,

Assistant Treasurer.

Sc PONTIAC RAILROAD
Coupons, due July 1st, 1867, will be paid at our
office, No. 13 Pine street, New York, Ofcfcnd after
that date, less Government tax.
I

,,

EAST

CO.

Bankers and Brokers.

4

f

Jacquelin & De Coppet,
NO. 36 NEW

STREET, N.Y.

Stocks,
Bonds,
Gold, and
Government Securities,

BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.

#OHX H. jAOQUZiar.

HSHBT Dl COPfITi

Heath &

Hughes,

BANKERS ^COMMISSION BROKERS
IN GOVERNMENT

-

SECURITIES,

No. 44 Broad street, New York.

Those payable in Augusta will be paid at the office of
Dr. J. Milligan, Cashier Georgia Railroad and

Company, Augusta, Ga.

THOS. H.

GOLD, RAILROAD AND MINING STOCKS,
13 Broad

Street, New York.

Deposits received, subject to Check, and Interest al¬
lowed.

A. HAWLEY HEATH.

T. W. B. HUGHES,
Member of N. Y. Stock Ex.

RANKERS,

50 EXCHANGE

PLACE, NEW YORK.
Government' Securities, Stocks, Bonds and Gold
bought and sold, ONLY on Commission, at the Stock,
Mining Stock and Gold Boards, of which we are mem¬
bers.
, ., i ’
/ i < i. ij i f l j
1 (, V
Interest allowed on Deposits.
'
» ■*
Dividends, Coupqns aud Interest collected.
Liberal advances on Government and other Securities
Information cheerfully given to Professional
men,
Executors, etc., desiring to invest.
v

Refer by perml.sion to

Haslett McKim.
•*
.

U

.

!

{

*

,

*

.

$.

1 -

Jnq. A. McKim.
'

j

*

’ >_•

a

_

McKim, Bros., & Co.,
‘t
b ankerv s 1
,v‘w
62 WALL STREET.r ’

Interest allowed

on

j-

•

deposits snbject to draft at

eight, and special attention given to orders from

other

Banking

places.

Established 1855.

George Edward Sears,
Successors to Samuel S.

MAKER OF
ACCOUNT

Motley,

CALLAWAY, President.

BOOKS,

AND DEALER IN

Every Description
For the

of

use

Stationery,

of

BANKS, STOCK AND GOLD BROKERS, MERCH¬
ANTS AND INCORPORATED COMPANIES.
No. 45 William
Street,:
(One door north of Wall

Merfcantile Printing and

j

Cot

Robt. McKih.
*,*

•

,

FINE

TENNESSEE AND GEORGIA
RAILROAD COO PAN Y.

Coupons of the Bonds of this Company, indorsed by
11,600 00

K,

.

V

$300,000 00
475,082 58

A semi-annual Dividend of FIVE Per Cent, free of
Government tar, lB
lC R. ST. JOHN, Secretary.

uly 11,1867,

Treasury,

OFFICE OF

NO. 50 WALL STREET.

*

Treasury.

President.

PANY,
ASSETS. JULY 1,1867

MILWAUKEEWiAWL-

Coupons, and

DEntoi

Gibson,Beadleston & Co.,

NEW YORK, July 3, 1867.
Holders of August Seven-Thirty Notes are
hereby
informed that this issue may now he exchanged at this
oliiee for Five-Twenty Bonds bearing date
July't, 1867,
irredeemable for five years, aud carrying six per cent,
interest in gold.
Interest on the Seven-Thirties will he paid to
day of
presentation, and interest on the bonds will be charg¬
ed from July 1st at six per cent, in
currency. Interest
on the Seven-thirties will cease
August 15, and if not

Company.

INSURANCE* COM¬

CASH CAPITAL

DETROIT Sc

RO l O

RANK.

ment tax) will be

20th DIVIDEND.

LAMAR

DUBUQUM A: SIOUX CITTMAILCoupon's of Fir tMongage Ronas.
DUtsUQUE SOUTHWr$TEUN Railread Coupons Qf First
JWo;teage Preferred Bonds.
ROAD

THE

TRADESMEN’S

unanimously elected Vice-President,

SCHUMANN, appointed

of First Mortgage Bonds.

JOLItiT Sc CHICAGO RAILROAD
Coupons of First Mortgage Bonds.

Street,

New

York, 175 Broadway, July 8,1867.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors held this
day
a Dividend of SEVEN Per Cent, on the
capital stock
of this Company was declared
payable. free of Govern¬
ment tax, on and after Monday, tne 8th inst.
•

GHI<1,%<.0Sc ALTON RAILROAD Cou¬

pons

AND

Government tax, payable on and after July 1.
JAMES GILMORE,
Secretary.
’

Dabney, Morgan & Co.

New York, June 21. 1867.

22d DIVIDEND.

HAMILTON FIRE

by

BANK.

The Board of Directors have this
day declared a
semi-annual Dividend of FIVE Per Cent., free of
gov¬
ernment tax, payable on Monday, July 1st. The trans¬
fer hooks will be closed until July 2d.
J. H. STOUT, Cashier.

F. H, CARTER, Secretary.

GEO. ALGER,

For sale

Railroad

SCHREINER, Cashier.

Money.

other Institu¬

as the most
desirable
of all the Government Securities for
long investment.

on

WM. W. HENSHAW, Secretary.

NORTH

of $5 and not
larger sums, free

sums

on

Savings Banks and

tions is invited to these Bonds

CHATHAM NATIONAL BANK,
New York, June 22, 1867.
A Dividend of EIGHT (8) Per Cent., free of
Govern¬
ment tax, has been this
day declared from the
of the past six months, payable on and after profits
July 1.
The transfer books will remain closed until
July 2.
By order of the Board,

a

to

1,1867.

The attention of

WARNER, Secretary.

O. H.

Scrip Dividend of 60 Per Cent., free
of tax,

Interest Six percent. Lawiul

OTHER?,

THE

July 8,1867.

on

$500; and FIVE Per Cent,

ou

from tax.

DIVIDEND NOTICE.—A Stockholders’ Dividend of
SEVEN Per Cent., free of tax. has this day been de¬

clared, payable

HAYING THIRTY YEARS TO RUN.

Broadway.

per annum, viz : SIX Per Cent,

GOVERNMENT

BONDS

Dividend for six months to July 1st, payable accord¬
ing to by-laws Monday, July 15,1867, at following rates

CENT.,

payable on and after Jnlv 10, both free of Government
tax. Also, that SIX PER CENT, interest on all the
outstanding Scrip of the Company be paid, on and
after August 15, prox.
THOS. L. THORNELL, Secretary.

SAVINGS OF

MERCHANTS’ CLERKS Sc
316

No. 48 Wall

ST., under Gold Exchange.

UNITED STATES

legal

and after the 5th of July next.
Transfer books will be closed from the afternoon of
the 25th instant, and reopened on the
morning of the
8th proximo
'
HENRY SMITH, Treasurer.
on

New York, June 25, 1867.

Capital
Cash. Surplus

FIFTY

Ragland, Weith & Co.,

York, June 24, 1867.

BANK.

New York, July 8, 1867,

Cash

Scrip Dividend of

BOUGHT BY

41st Dividend.—The Board of Directors
have this
day declared a Dividend of SIX (6) Per Cent, out of
the earuings of the road for the three months
ending
30th instant, payable to the stockholders or their

No. 48 Wall Street.

The Board of Directors have this

Louisiana,0

14 NEW

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
New York, June 21, 1867. >
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of this Com¬
pany, held tins day. it was Resolved, That a Dividend
of FIVE Per Cent.", in cash, free of Government tax be
paid on the 1st of Amrust next to the holders of the full
paid shares registered ou the 20tli day of July instant,

Dividends.

Liabilities...

Coupons from the State Bonds of Virginia,
Carolina, Georgia, Missouri,
and
Tennessee; also, Memphis City, and
Memphis and
Charleston Railroad, and
Mississippi Central Railroad.
Also, Past Due North Carolina and Georgia Bonds.
North

OFFICE OF THE

PANAMA RAILROAD
COMPANY,
Tonliue Buildings, 88 Wall

OFFICE

Fire Insurance

Past Due

316,000

St.,

Capital Stock
Surplus Profits
Unpaid Dividends (payable July 1)

SCRIP

Coupons Ranted.

COM¬

New York, July 10, 1867.
The Board of Directors have declared a Dividend
of
FIVE Per Cent, for the past six months, free of
tax,
payable on and after Monday, the 15th inst.
J. D/STEELE, President.
P. NOTMAN, Vice-President.
H. Kip, Secretary.

LIABILITIES.

EIGHTH

DIVII^ND.

SlMfcLUS, JULY, 1867

$10,117,485 90

JOSEPH U.

Financial.

OFFICE NO. 12 WALL STREET.
CASH CAPITAL
$1,000,000

Monday Morning, July

on

THIRTY-FOURTH

NIAGARA FIRE
INSURANCE
PANY.

-

Bank,

RESOURCES.

[July 13,1867.

Street, New York.)

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MONEY MARKET.

forecasting the

supply of

currency, and in facilitating the movements of
capital is very
obvious. The sadden
flurry in Wall Street last evening in
terposes for the moment a salutary restraint on the too

buoy¬
forces, which for a fortnight or more have been
impel
ling quotations higher and higher with an
apparently resist
less
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The advance in the values of all
descrip¬
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unusually rapid, and to be per¬
manent it should from time to
time receive a check.
The immediate cause of this sudden
trouble was a rumor
that a large National bank in
Broadway had suspended pay¬
ment.
The story was
speedily contradicted. It took its
origin from the fact that the President of the bank is said to
be a special
partner in one of the dry goods firms which are
movement.

present in difficulties.




As to the bank itself its

in other directions

impede the further

the fulfilment of
ease

and

no

threatening symptoms

movement of

direction of increased ease.
millions from the
Treasury
some at

the money market in the
Hence the disbursements, of 21

may not improbably result in
least of the predictions of

monetary
speculative buoyancy which they have elicited.

resources

SUB-TREASURY BALANCE.

In the suspense caused
by the delay of the usual
tion relative to the condition of the
National

publica¬
Treasury, the

public attention fastens readily on any facts however min¬
ute which
may be supposed capable of such an
interpretation

as

or

be

enable shrewd observers to
guess at the present
future necessities by which Mr. McCulloch’s
to

plans

policy

shaped.

may

This curiosity is not unnatural; for, as has often
been proved, the
Treasury manipulations exert an almost
omnipotent influence on the money market, and that influence

has been used sometimes to
times to restore ease.

produce stringency, and .some¬
Moreover, the notorious anomaly is
generally regretted that we have not enough of the
light
of
publicity shed upon the exercise of the extraordinary

of the Treasury Department, and that there is in
consequence a danger - of abuses and
corruptions, against
which the country
ought to be secured by more efficient
powers

guarantees than exist

immediate future of the money market,
one of the most
significant facts is the payment on Monday
of 21 millions of
currency from the Treasury. Of this sum
6 millions are on account of
the interest on the Seven-thir¬
ties, and 15 millions for the
principal and interest of the July
compounds. The tendency which is likely to be
produced
by these disbursements in adding to the abundant

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served importance to the multitude of

j

thus give

.

unde¬

an

ephemeral rumors
which, during the excitement of the last few days, have
floated in the hazy
atmosphere of Wall street. We will
confine ourselves to one or two
points only which have
claimed and received
special notice. The first is the sudden
change in the Sub-Treasury balance in this city. In March
last this balance was 100
millions, which was considered a
very heavy amount of idle money to be kept locked
up by
a
government which was paying over 8 per cent, for all the
money it borrowed on its long bonds. Although the
keeping
of so large a balance wras found fault with as
unnecessary
wasteful prodigality, still the accumulation went on week
by
week augmenting, till on the 25th of
May it rose to the un¬
exampled height of 132 millions, the increase being largely
.

due to the sale of Five-twenties for cash. Such

was

up of needless money which was borrowed on
the high rate of interest we have named,
Our readers will remember what

the hoarding

long bunds
:

;

at

;

explanations were given,
evoked by this
amassing of
idle money that was obtained at such
heavy, cost. The
general discontent was so great that the Department reduced
its balance at the
beginning of June 10 millions; but the
and what

severe

criticism

was

[July 13, 1867.

THE CHRONICLE.

38

up and was suddenly dashed into the
again, and by the 15th June the balance
rose to $134,616,271.
This amount was gradually lowered, already brimming channels of the circulating current of paper
and last Monday it stood at 129 millions.
But here comes money. Who can estimate the utility in business, and who
the most inexplicable fact of all.
On
the balance does not see the absolute need to our mercantile and finan¬
cial men—of information as to changes which may so power¬
was
suddenly depleted 12 millions, sinking to 117 millions,
fully galvanise the money market, overturn in a moment the
at which it still remains.
best concerted plans, and destroy the equilibrium and stabil¬
This sudden fall of the Sub Treasury balance from 129
millions to 117 millions, has formed the subject of a good ity on which public confidence, national credit, and general
deal of conjecture. But conjecture is baffled by the method prosperity depend. So long as the volume of currency is
liable to be suddenly depleted or suddenly enlarged by
in which the Treasury accounts are kept.
For, on inspecting
the figures of the daily published statement, we cannot tell Treasury necessities, so long it will be indispensable that the
fullest information as to the doings of the Treasury be given
what amounts of coin or currency have actually been paid
to the public.
And had not the Sub-Treasury here been
out of the Treasury.
It is said to be the custom of Mr.
McCulloch to count gold notes after redemption as cash, to managed during the last few years by men of such signal
count converted Seven-thirties as cash, as well as to place ability, integrity and experience, the evils of our system must
have been much more conspicuous and intolerable.
We
to
interest account on the Treasury books the whole
have received in this, as in many other chapters of our
amount of coin due for interest, and to withdraw the entire
monetary and political history, an impressive confirmation
sum out of the ordinary funds held by the Government,
of the adage that “ the efficiency of governments depends
setting it aside by itself until called for by the bondholder to
much on the machinery for governing but more on the men
If such practices really obtain, a part of
whom it is due.
who work that machinery.”
the 13 millions which the Treasury reports as paid out on

evil

soon

months been locked

commenced

rfllesday

'

July, might, for aught we know, have been composed
largely of money set aside for interest. This view of the
case is in part confirmed by the following despatch, which
the 9th

we are

informed is

papers on

semi-official, and

Thursday

was

sent to all the daily

:

Washington, July 11.—It ia

ascertained from

an

official source that

half millions

the coin interest has been paid, amounting to eighteen aud a
of dollars on the loans of 1807 and 1868, and on what are termed bonds
of 1881 and Five-twenties of recent issue, which fell due on the 1st
instant.
On the 16th of this manth the interest on the Seven-thirties
falls due, amounting to six millions of dollars in lawful money. There¬
after no coin interest will be payable until the 1st November, with the

exception of that falling due on the Ten-forties on the 1st of September,
amounting to four aud a-half millions. The interest on compound notes,
amounting to fourteen millions in currency, will be due in July, August,
October and December, respectively. The coin in the Treasury is about
seventy-tUree millions, and twenty millions of coin certificates.

THE NATIONAL BANKS.

project was revived in Congress a few days ago to
-destroy the National Banks, to call in their notes, and to sub¬
stitute legal tenders.
At the last session, several plans wijre
proposed having these objects in view, and in the fall the
subject will inevitably come up again for discussion at
Washington.
The main argument urged in the present
attack on the banks is the costliness of the system to the
country. It is said that the banks receive some 18 or 20
millions a year for interest on the bonds deposited as secu •
rity for their currency. This large sum is to be saved. By
substituting greenbacks and calling in bank notes the saving
may be made. Twenty millions a year is the alleged cost
of the banking machinery, and these twenty millions a year
are to be saved to the country by the destruction of that
The

which we empha¬
by italics, raise the two questions which we particularly
have in view, namely, first, has the whole 18^ millions of machinery.
There are other subordinate arguments used by the anti¬
coin interest been actually paid out, or is not part of it still
held by Mr. McCulloch ; and secondly, does the coin in the bank men, but no one has yet shown that the evils com¬
Treasury amount to 73 millions only, or is there not besides plained of would not for the most part survive in any
this sum a further amount which represents interest due but substitute which might take the place of the present banking
not yet called for, and is therefore still on hand.
We urge system. The main question raised at present then is virtu¬
ally this. Are the National Banks worth what they cost to
these points not with the view to find fault with Mr. McCul
And is the difficulty to be met by imposing
loch or with any individual officer of the Treasury. Our simple the country ?
on these institutions larger taxation, or by destroying them
object is to call attention to certain complaints which are
current, relative to the method of keeping the accounts of altogether.
We are also entitled to ask the opponents of the banks
the Treasury, as well as of reporting its balances and its daily
business. If these complaints are founded on misconception how, if they abolish the National Banks, they will avoid re¬
and mistake, it will be well to correct them by authority^ viving the old mischievous State-banks, with all those evils
-

The statements of the foregoing despatch,

size

and at

which must follow in their train.

once.

These banks

are

still in

ready to revive. Their powers are dormant,
extingished. Within six months after the repeal of the
balance which is much discussed.
National Banking Law we should in all probability see the
is by lawr required to be reported for the information ot the
of the tax on State bank currency. With this tax
public. But the intention of the law is thwarted by the fact removal
that no one who examines the daily or monthly schedules repealed would come a season of inflation, and in view of
the profits of such inflation, the pressure, on Congress would
which appear in the papers can form an idea as to how much
be too great to resist.
of the balance is in gold and how much is in currency.
To
The contrast between the former and the present condition
obviate this error it is
There is also another

difficulty

to the Sub-Treasury
The business of each day
as

proposed, and Congress will in its
fall session probably enact that a more full statement shall
be published, separating the currency receipts, payments,
and balances from the transactions in coin.
less to waste words in

We will

It is quite need¬

showing the necessity of such a change.

only glance therefore at a single illustration. Take
of July.

for instance the transactions of the 8th and 9th

existence or

not

of the paper currency of this country is
one of the most experienced old bankers
lows

:

The National Banka have been in full operation four years, with a
circulation run up to 800 millions, and not one dollar of this currency
has ever been at a discount. Thig fact is worthy of careful conaidera
tion. There ia not one in a hundred of the people of the country that
cares

anything about banks or banking, any further

than to know that
It ia fact

the currency is universally at par and indubitably sound.
a
that the currency issued in any of the extreme Southern or Western
States is as good as that issued by our own banks. No more New

During those two days 23£ millions were reported as being
paid out of the Treasury. Suppose that one-third or one-fifth
of this sum had consisted of currency which had previously for land,




forcibly stated by
of this city as fol¬

Eng¬

i per cent, discount; New

York State, | discount; Michigan wild

all rates from 5 to 76 per cent*
of their uncurrent money clerk
and the uncurrent expense account of the same. Another great revolu¬
tion and reformation is, that we have got rid of currency panics.
As
the money market grows tight, our safe and par currency is swept out
of Wall Street, because money is wanted, and the currency is money.
Formerly, in a panic, currency was rushed into the markets and into the
banks for sale or redemption, for it was not money, but it required
money to handle and redeem it.
Hence it was the most inflammable
element in a revulsion. A shinplaster bank somewhere would burst—
its redemption agent would stop redeeming—it would be “ thrown out ”
here or in Boston—a dozen more would be reported broken—and away
went everybody’s currency to be sold.
Now who cares if a National
Bank has been robbed and breaks, or breaks because of doing a bad
business, or is broken by its managing speculators ? Its circulating notes
are good and current nevertheless, and they continue to be money—

cat, Illinois and Indiana stump-tail, at
discount Our merchants have got rid

good money—everywhere.
We would repeat the question then, as to what is
If
to follow the destruction of the National banks.
should substitute

proposed

Congress
nothing then the State banks will revive.

If

of banking, what
better than the
be preserved from

Congress is to propose some new scheme
shall that scheme be? In what points is it
one

the

39

THE CHRONICLE.

July 13,1867.]

supplant? and how shall we
perils and panics which must' signalize the transition
it is to

from the old to the

new

?

published in

July or August would be doubly valuable to
parties interested if published in January or February.
The year 1866, which witnessed the remarkable panic folowing the failure of Overend, Gurney & Co., in Eugland,
and the universal depression in business in the United States,
was also a
year^of the severest losses insurance companies
ever
experienced. The Superintendent begins his report with
i;he statement that no new joint stock fire insurance company
was
organized during the calendar year 1866. This is the
only year since the passage of the general Insurance Act of
1849 (chap. 308) which has not witnessed the incorporation
of at least one stock fire insurance company. This fact is a
good indication of the unprofitable nature of the insurance
business during that period.
From several tables, giving in detail the changes which
took place in the companies of this State in the year, it ap¬
pears that two companies w ere changed from mutual to stock
companies; one casualty was changed to a fire company ;
five companies had their charter extended 30 years, pursuant
to the general act; two companies increased their capital
(three others have increased since January, 1867); requi¬

all

Although we were not favorable to the National Banking
system when it was first projected, still, as it is firmly estab sitions have been made on the stockholders of seven com¬
lished, and has worked better than expectation, we have panies to make up impaired capital, three of which were not
little sympathy with those persons who would destroy it by
responded to ; five companies have reduced their capital since
a single act of Congress; without knowing precisely what
Jan. 1, 1867 ; thirty-three companies showed an impairment
better financial machinery they can put in its place.
There of capital Dec. 31, 1866, varying from 81.74 per cent, to
is not a single objection urged at present against the banking 0.21
per cent.; ten companies which showed an impaired
system, which was not freely canvassed in and out of Con¬ capital Jan. 1, 1866. repaired their capitals during that year ;
gress at the time of the passage of the first and second Na¬ seventy-one companies show capitals intact, with surpluses
tional currency acts.
On the contrary, many of the objec¬ varying between $271,387 and $15 and six companies dis¬
tions then urged have proved unfounded, and multitudes of continued business, and are closing up their affairs.
observers have come to the same conclusion as ourselves, that
The present standing of the companies of this State we
the financial condition of the country is too sensitive, and give in the Insurance Department of the Chronicle, but the
the interests involved too stupendous to allow a judicious table following, compiled from the report, shows the opera¬
statesman to contemplate with equanimity the prospect of so tions of these companies for the seven years 1860-66, inclu¬
sweeping a financial revolution as would be caused by the sive ; fire business being separately stated :
MARINE AND INLAND BUSINESS.
project to which we have referred.
P'centsge Perct’ Am'fcof Av. rate
It has been said that there is no danger that such a peril¬
oflos’s oflos’s
risks
of
Losses to pre- to risks writ, to pre’m
Premiums
ous measure will at present find favor with a majerity in
Risks
received.
$1 loss. risks.
pail,
miums. writ
written.
.6S75
198.22
73 57
5045
$105,507
$551,183
Congress. We think this is probably true. The banks have 1S60
$80,379,892
.8291
161.65
.6186
74.61
497.073
666,228
80,351,602
1861
.7343
245.37
51.64
.4075
friends who are well able to plead their cause.
In many 1802
452,166
S75,835
110,949,672
.5695
209.52
.4773
70.35
839,727
1,193,714
175,942,397
1803
164.50
.9037
.6079
67.37
1,542,323
2,292,820
253,714,936
parts of the conntry they exercise no small political influence, 18H4
.9784
134.41
76.05
.7440
2,020,C54
2,657,131
1805
271,5S8,107
99.69 1.1442
87.67 1.0031
and although it is impossible that the organized force of the 1806
3,800,702
4,335,305
378,S80,003
.9300
National banks can ever be combined by political aspirants
141.43
.7071
76.03
9,558,160
Agg & av. 1,351,806,609 12,572,218
for the attainment of office, yet it is easy to see that the banks
FIRE BU8INE88.
.6392
293.26
.3410
when threatened may, and should unite under the control¬ 1860
1,049,551,594 $6,710,412 $3,578,934 53.-33
.5999
313 71
.3188
53.14
3,274,115
6,161,507
1,027,112,596
1861
.5738
284 05
3521
61.56
4,227.157
6,866.355
1,200,721,130
ling instinct of self-preservation. It would be a national 1862
.5805
.2146
465.88
37.27
3,349.945
8,987,315
1,560,6*7,139
1863
.5688
325.58
.3071
54.00
7,195,271
2,342,666,111 13,325,783
calamity if the National banks should ever become a political 1861
.6792
208.40
.4799
70.65
1865
2,510,595,187 17,052,086 12,046,793
.7549
179.b2
.5561
machine, wielded by some unprincipled, ambitious dema¬ 1866
2,753,493,107 20,786,847 15,312,751 73.67
gogue; but no pusillanimous fear of such an impossible Agg & av.12,444 826,864 79,890,309 48,984,968 61.32 .3936 254.05 .6420
result should lead us towage a blind, indiscriminate warfare
It appears from the above that the losses have increased
on corporations
as essential to the welfare of the country, to an alarming extent within the past twTo years. Indeed,
and so conducive to its growth in wealth and productive without the
figures the fact is too well known to the public.




r

.

....

....

....

power.

THE INSURANCE BUSINESS FOR

remedy to be applied to save insurance companies from
total annihilation has been discussed in these columns. Mr.
Barne’s evidently inclines to the plan of not insuring pro¬

The

,

1866.

Report of the Superintendent of the perty to its full value as the surest safeguard against incen¬
Insurance Department of the State of New York for 1866, diary fires. His argument is forcible and is especially wor¬
•dated April 1st, 1867, have been sent us by the Superintend. thy of consideration from the fact that ft is based upon the
<ent the past week, and although the late date at which the
simplest principles of common sense, and not upon the
report is presented to the public, like our State report on assumption that a large proportion of insurers are scoundrels.
Railroads, takes away from it the value and interest which He remarks as folic?ws :
In all insurance economics, the relations of underwriter and policy
belong to new facts, it is still very interesting, not only as a
holder should be so contrived, that in no contingency could the latter
part of the financial history of the past year, but also as af¬ gain
by a loss on his policy ; the pecuniary interest of the insured should
It is unfortunate tha. never conflict with his duty to prevent, l»y all possible means, any loss
fording useful lessons for the future.
,
these State reports can not be issued at a period earlier than under his policy.
In fire insurance, the downward tendencies of a declining market ana
six months after the official statements of the companies con¬ the nervous apprehensions of an approaching financial crisis have,
tained in them are made. The information which is now especially on mercantile risks, often made it for the pecuniary interest
Proof sheets of the

.

40

THE CHRONICLE.

of the insured that
or

diminishing

a destructive fire should
happen. Thus, with low
net premiums, the moral hazards have been woefully in¬

crease

of

wealth and

creased, aod the sad results are now historic, in the
years 1865 and
1866, two consecutive years of excessive and unprecedented loss.
To the extent that fire insurance relaxes the
vigilant care and natural
guardianship of the owner over his own property, and prevents the con¬

to the

expenditure, far disproportionate with that of
population. The Comptroller, therefore, appeals

Constitutional Convention

devise

to

[July 13,1867.

some more

struction of fire

now

in session at

Albany,
the

economical method of
maintaining

proof buildings and the discovery of rapid means of
extinguishing conflagarations, the political and social economist and city and county governments, and declares that there can be
statesmen cannot hesitate
emphatically to denounce and condemn it. no just cause for such an increase of taxation. He also very
The natural
guardian of property should never lose an interst in its
properly urges the Board of Supervisors, aud through them
preservation. No care of children can, as a

145881
581
9 1
6
7
general rule, equal parental

all Boards and Commissioners authorised to disburse the

and no watchman is so continuously vigilant as the owner. When
property is fully insured and the premium paid, how can an under¬
writer reasonably
expect that, with all the harrassing cares and solici¬
tudes of modern business life, the owner will
watch and guard and
protect it against hazards, for the happening of which he has
already
care,

public moneys, to exercise the greatest prudence and econo¬
in all expenditures with which
they are charged.
The management of public affairs in
theCity of NewYork has
paid a strong and wealthy corporation ? When companies ask and ex¬
pect this solicitude and sui veillauce on the part of a
long been a prolific theme for criticism and wordy declamation.
policy-holder fully
insured, they violate the plainest axioms of business and common sense. This is no recent
thing; for we remember that in 1849 the
This, when dealing with men of good principles and
thorough honesty ; Democratic
aod no mathematics can
City Convention put forth au address in fa¬
compute how much these hazards are increased
when dealing with elements of
fraud, chicane and land piracy.
vor of
Myndert Van Schaiek for mayor, in which censures
Could the plan of partial insurance be carried out without were
freely bestowed upon the administration of affairs, very
seriously impeding the movements of commerce, and fre¬ similar to those which are current at the present time. The
quently resulting in losses to parties who are both carefuj remedy then proposed and afterward applied was the revision
and honorable, we should be inclined
of the charter of the
city, by which the executive and admin¬
immediately to
advocate its adoption as the surest means of
istrative branches of the government shall be
protection to
separated from
insurers. But we do not think it could be; the
the legislative, and devolved
result of such
upon departments.
The result
a rule would leave
innocent parties, particularly
agents who proves that the experiment was not a successful one. The
have made advances, or others
having only a partial or tem¬ expenses were increased more rapidly than ever, as the fol¬
porary interest in property, without any
adequate safeguard lowing table will show :
against losses. In default of any suggestion which seems to Year.
Valuation.
Total tax.
Year.
Valuation.
Total tax.
1825
$101,160,046

3102876556888111
all the difficulties of the
must adhere to the
opinions
meet

columns, that the
that the

case more

satisfactorily

previously expressed in these
effective, if not the only remedy

most

$387,448 85

1830
1835
1840
1845

we

1850

admits of is to be found in a
thorough examination into the causes of all
fires, and also in the non-pay¬
ment of the amount insured uniil it is
at least established
that the loss is not of
case

320,110,857
351,768,426

2,924,455
3,380,511
413,631,382 5,066,698
462,021,734 4,845,386
486,998,278 5,843,82*
511,740,491 7,075,425

125,288,518
500,178 44 1852
218,723,703
965,602 94 1853
252,233,515 1,354,835 29 18a4
239,995,517 2,096,191 18 1&55
25(5,107,143 3,005,762 52 1856...
286,061 816 3,230,085 02

94
90
74
07
89

72

A later mode ol

means

system

incendiary origin.

decreasing the expenditures has been by
appointed at Albany. Under this
in 1857 the Legislature enacted the Metropolitan

of commissions

A committee or Police
Bill, which removed the police from the control of
board should be organized, the members to be
chosen by all the
municipal authorities, a?id devolved them upon a Board
the companies, whose
duty it should be to make the exami¬ of Commissions
appointed by the Governor and Senate.
nation.
If this were done the insurance
business could be This
department of the government has been for many years
reduced to a proper basis, and no insurer
would be called
growing into a costly body. The following table shows the
upon to pay for his neighbor’s dishonesty or for his
neigh¬ increase under the last years of the two
bor’s greater risk. At
municipal systems
present, no sooner does a company and the first
years of the metropolitans :
hear of a loss than it hurries to the insured
with a
check in

hand to

This

is

liquidate it, thus making
clearly wrong. Of course,

a

bid for future business

no

unnecessary impedi
ment should be
put in the way of prompt payment, but it is
due alike to the
company and its patrons that there should

first be

a

proper

investigation.

In conclusion Mr. Barnes
says, and in this we believe
all the most
prudent writers will agree with him, that the

remedy for weakness is increased strength; this must be
reached either by means of new
additional capital, or
by a
reserve of premiums
paid for by the public but retained by
the companies in some form as a
Safety Fund, for the pay¬
ment of
extraordinary losses and contingencies. Whether
the
ownership of this fund is vested in the policy holders and
represented by scrip, or in the stockholders and held as a
reserve fund,” or
in both and represented in
any form, is
of less
consequence to the public than the practical
initiation,
on a broad and
general basis, of some system of fortification
besides capital, which is often
strained beyond
endurance,
and besides the
ordinary re-insurance reserve offiftyper cent
“

to

pay

seven

losses, which last year have actually taken over
seventy,

per cent,

of premiums.

NEW YORK CITY GOVERNMENT AND
FINANCES.
l

1851.1
1852...
1853
1854
1S55

$492,000

510,000

540,000

1868

615,000

-..

In 18(30 the

$819,000
828,000
888,5S8

;

1859.....

872,000

1860

1,211,992

1,325,560

Legislature made another change by enacting
Supervisors should annually cause to be

that the Board of

raised

by tax the amount of money required from the city
for the total
expenses of the police district, since which time

the

police items do not appear in the tax levies enacted an¬
nually at Albany. The amounts since appropriated by the

Board of

Supervisors have been

1862

$1,683,650
1,743,920

1864.

2,062,720

as

follows

:

1865
I860....
1867

$2,211,556
2,166,684
2,531,247

These

figures certainly do not indicate that the change
of
systems worked any decrease in the expenses of the
police.
The statistics of the Governors of the Alms
House show

also

a

similar

tendency to increase,
following table:

as may

be

seen

$400,000
330,000
390,000
385,000
427,000

1852

1854..

y.

1855

in the
$613,450
925,000
843,8o0

1S59

605,000

I860

780,250

On the last

night of the session of 1866 the Legislature
abolished this Board and created the
Department of Publio
Charities. In 1865 their expenditures amounted to
$988,450.

They have

not

materially increased.

•

->

.

i

The

The statement submitted to the Board
public schools also constitute an item continually on
of Supervisors
by the increase. The
the Comptroller,
following is a table of the expenses from
giving the financial condition of the City of
1850 to 1859 :
New York, and the

tainance of the

aggregate taxation required for the mainwell calculated to excite a

Government, is

lively apprehension, showing,




as

the figures do,

a

steady in¬

1 >50
1851

1853
1854

$267,968

.

1855

447,487

1856

602,315 1857
604,000 1858
668,814 1859

i

$956,000
1,023,354
1,100,410
1,226,013

1,216*000

July 13, 1867.]

THE

In 1865 the amount
appropriated was
and several hundred thousand dollars

CHRONICLE.

$2,298,508 58;

have been since added.
states it at $2,939,348. The other Boards

The

Comptroller
and Departments have a similar
record to show.
These
figures indicate the tendency of matters both before the
adoption of the expedient of governing by
commissioners,

and the

tendency since that time, to have been

year by year into prodigality and
In fact, this large increase would

the

running

extravagant expenditure.
appear to have taken its

41
fProm

This

been

our own

Correspondent.]

being the closing week of the
contracted scale.

on a

continued.

Although

no

the state of the market

The

London, Saturday, June 29,1867.
half year, business
generally has

downward movement in prices has
change has taken place in the value of wheat,

seems

to

indicate that

great change in this department of
week of
very

we are on

commerce.

the

We have

of

a

had

a

eve
now

magnificent weather. After a wet and cold
Spring, a
period of almost unprecedented warm dry weather has set
in, and,

what i9

a

ten

somewhat unusual circumstance in this
country, for the last

days the sky has been cloudless and the sun hot, but not
forcing
irrespon¬ The wheat plant, more especially
sible departments.
upen heavy and undrained or badly
We have given above the total
yearly drained soils, has thrived immensely, while on the light soils it has
ap¬
aggregate and taxation from 1825 to 1856; we now add the proached
steadily towards maturity. In ail our early districts the wheat
figures for each year since the passage of the
plant
Metropolitan this is in full bloom, while in several quarters it has passed through
Police Act:
stage, and the ears have been very firmly
set.
Perhaps at no
former period has there been more
Year.
Valuation. Aggresr’e tax
favorable weather for the
Year.
Valuation. Aggreg’e tax
1857
growing,
$521,175,262 $e,111,1758 09 1862
$571,967,345 $9,906,271 10 plant. But, notwithstanding the favorable
1858
531,194,290
8,621,091 31 1863
prospect, the value of wheat
594,196,813 12,09l,f05 14 has not
1859......
9,860,926 09 1864
materially declined, and I may perhaps be allowed to observe
634,615,890 13,705,092 86
1860
577,230,956
9,758,507 86 1865
that
rise

the first division of the
Government into

on

.

..

60S,784,355

my observations of a few weeks since have, in this
respect, proved
quite correct. I noticed that we could not expect
The amount of revenue
any important de¬
required for 1867 is put down by cline previously to the new
crop being ready
the Comptroller at
$21,889,655 98. The Board of Super¬ small supply of home-grown wheat in the for market, owing to the
country, as well as to the
visors will somewhat
modify this aggregation, but the rate circumstance that our importations were likely to be only a scale
on
of taxation cannot
sufficiently large to balance pretty equally supply and demand. I re¬
vary greatly from three per cent.
marked that with this
How these rapidly
equal balance, only fine weather and a favorable
increasing expenses can be stopped is
harvest prospect here and abroad could check a
of course a vital
further rise in the value
Much is expected from the de¬
question.
of wheat, and the limited fall
which has taken place since, seems to me
liberations of the Constitutional
Convention, and we trust to fully justify the assertion. In fact, had it not been for the fineness
of
that their first effort in the
way of solving the problem will the weather, and the
prospect of a full average crop of wheat here, in
be to give us a
homogenous efficient municipal government. France, Germany, and in the United States, an important rise in
prices
With this change, it strikes us that
must have been the result.
The present state of the trade seems to
many of the difficulties
be
thus : Farmers hold small
in the way of
supplies, while our imports are on only a
initiating reform would be removed. The
moderate scale ;
consequently, there is no actual abundance, although
plurality of the functions, and the devision of them into de¬ our
prospective supplies before harvest are sufficiently extensive to meet
partments virtually independent of each other, totally over¬ our wants
during that period. Farmers are necessarily
of
throws
responsibility, and tolerates the introduction of abuses favorable harvest piospect here and abroad, and evince aaware to the
desire
Ib61

11,627,632 28

which

are

hard to redress.

1866...

18,202,857 56

737,989,908 16,950,767 83

...

A

complete deliverance from
this incongruous
medly of state, county and city departments
is then ot the first
importance. Many other changes have
been proposed.
The most important perhaps is that
sug¬
gested by, we believe, the Citizens’ Association, to the effect
that

one

branch of the Common Council be

sell,
small, this desire is by no means strong, and
hence there is no actual
pressure upon the market.
On the other
haud, millers, who are thoroughly acquainted with the state of the
crops,
are still
exercising the greatest caution, and confine their purchases to
the supply of their immediate wants.
The parcels they
purchase are,
therefore, chief! !y in retail, and in those cases in which they
notice a de¬
sire on the part of the farmer or factor to
sell, they are enabled to trans¬
but

as

their

supplies

are

composed of
act business on rather lower
terms. In this condition the trade is
body to orig¬
likely to
remain until we are
acquainted with the result of the harvest here and
This would in
foreign countries, and judging fiom the character of some recent trans¬
certainly give promise of a more responsible body of men
actions in produce for
than our present
delivery during the latter months of the year, a
city fathers, and has, besides, much else to
heavy fall in prices is likely to take place previously to the commence¬
recommend it.
But, as the first and most important change, ment of the wiuter months. The transactions to which I
refer are in
we desire an
efficient, responsible government in the place Banat Wheat, which has been recently sold at Trieste for
shipment in
of the
many headed makeshift we are now afflicted with. September, at 10s., and for shipment in December, at 12s., beneath the
members elected only by
tax-payers, and that
inate all bills for the
appropriation of money.

When that change is
accomplished
look further.

£attst

we

shall be ready to

Jilonetarj) anil Commercial ®nglisl) News.

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

ON—

Amsterdam...

Antwerp.

TIME.

short.
3 months.

Hamburg

Paris
Paris

U

It

RATE.

11

17#@11.18#
25.37#@25.42#
13. 9*@13.10#

25.35

@25.40
25.TO@25.25
Vienna
3 months. 12.72*
@12.77#
Berlin
6.26 @ 6.26#
44
St. Petersburg
3 '*@82#
44
Cadiz
49* @ 49#
Lisbon
90 days.
52 @ 52#
Milan
short.

EXCHANGE ON LONDON.

Naples

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

Valparaiso
Pernambuco..
Singapore
Hong Kong...

3 months. 27.10
44
27.10
44
27.10
—

LATEST
DATE.

June 28.

TIME.

short.

44

44

44

44

44

44

44

8 mo’s.

BATE.

11.S8#© —
2t.20 @25.22#
13. 7#©13. 8
26.15

25.32#@25.37#

—

32#

June 26. 30 days.

52#©58

days.
44

Bombay...

44
44

30

days.

As. 4d.
As. Ad.
1 p. c. dis.
1 slid
Is lid
Is lid
1 p. c. dis:

quarter.

The cotton trade remains

in

a

most inactive state.

This

was more

in the early part of the week, the demand for the
raw material at
Liverpool, and for goods at Manchester having been
very limited. The cotton market continues to be well supplied with
produce, and there is much desire shown on the part of holders to re¬
alise.

case

Hence the

tendency of prices is downward, and a further decline
place during the present week. At Manchester, business is
also extremely quiet, with but little
change in the quotations. At yes¬
terday’s market, however, both as regards Liverpool and Manchester
there was rather a better
feeling in the trade, but the business trans¬
has taken

the late decline in prices.
The Board of Trade returns for
May
was

at

and the five months ending May
They show that the declared value of
our
May 24.
2^#@22*
exports of British and Irish produce and manufactures in the five
May 14.
48% @49
months was £72,123,393, against £78,227,710
May 18.
43# @ —
last year, and £60,901,676
May 30.
22* @23
in 1866. The computed real value of our
imports in the four months
May 20. 6 mos. As. o#d.@4s. 5%d
May 30.
As. Ad.
@ —
ending April 30, was £60,166,160, against £68,804,895 last year, and
May 28.
May 22.
£46,835,850 in 1886. The imports of cotton into the United Kingdom
Is. 11 5-16d.
May 18.
Is. ll%d.
in the five months
ending May 81, were 4,363,482 cwts., of which
May 20.
Is. 11# d.
30 days. 1# p. c. prem.
May 13.
2,690,611 cwts. were from the United States, 4,088 from the Bahamas
44

60

ing large supplies of wheat to the Odessa market, the
consequence
being that wheat at that port has declined in value to the extent of Is

acted
June 27 60 days.
110
June 29. 90 days,
# p. c. prem.
June 27. eo days. 1@1H P- c.
prem.
44
4ft

Madras
Calcutta




June 28. 3 mo’s.

44

Ceylon

Sydney

@27.20
@27.20
@27.20

That this is the case is
sufficiently
conclusive from the fact that the farmers in the interior
are still send¬

especially the

44

Genoa

south of Russia has beet overstated.

to 2s.
per

EXCHANGE

AT LONDON—
JUNE 28.

quotations ruling at the present time for produce on the
spot.
It is becoming evident that the
danger which has been reported as
having been dotie to the crop of wheat by the protracted drought in the

4ft

44
44

44

4ft

31 have

just been published.

[July 13,1867.

THE CHRONICLE.

42

pnblic to invest in the shares of the numerous public companies*
new foreign loans, there is no doubt that as soon as
the present account is arranged the market will again assume a buoyant
appearance, and that prices will experience a further rise. The highest
and lowest prices on each day of the present week are subjoined :

Mexico, 809,862 Brazil, 40,847 Turkey, 657,19V
Egypt, 638,816 cwt. from British India, 2,041 China, and.110,004 cwt
from other countries. The total import in the same period last year
was 5,180,070 cwt., and in 1865, 2,637,022 cwt.
Of wheat the import
in the fire months amounted to 12,504,077 cwt., againts 9,842,678 ewt

of the

and of flour, to 1,618,434 cwt., against 2,758,784
cwt, and 1,300,126 cwt. in 1866 and 1865 respectively. The following
statement shows the extent of our total imports and exports of the
principal articles of interest in the United States.

Weekending June29 Monday. Tuesday Wed’y.

and Bermudas, 22

and 6,889,222 cwt.;

IMPORTS.

1866.

1867.

5,180,070

4,353,482

1865.

cwt. 2,637,022

Cotton
Petroleum

tuns.

cwt.

Provisions:
Bacon and Hams

8,065

3,417

338,6S5

Beef, salt...
Pork, salt

"

365,300

181,2=9

108,652

75,477

110,455

119,628
74,072

58,756
405.512

385,679
155,362

388,618
207.126
71.283
5,389,222
1,677,935
1,300,125

Butter
Cheese.
Lard
Wheat
Indian Corn
Flour

6,485

210,726

9,342,578
4,903,140

74,680
12,504,077
3,510,122

2,758,784

1,518,434

165,924

and to subscribe to

Consols for money

94

-94% 94

Thur.

Sat.

Friday.

-94% 94%-94% 94%-94% 94%-94% 94%-94%

principal change is a rise of about
per
Railway shares. United States Five-twenty
bonds, Atlantic and Great Western Railway securities, and Illinois
Central Railway shares have ruled steady, without material variation
in price. The highest and lowest prices on each day of the present
week are subjoined :
-

In American securities the

cent, in the value of Erie

W eek

Sat’rday.
ending J nne 29 Monday. Tuesday. Wed’day Thu’day. Friday.

72%-72%
72%-73 72%-73
U. S. 5-20’s
72%-73 72%-73 72X-73
Atlantic & G’t West25 -.... 24%-....
24%-25
ern consol’d bonds 25%-.... 25%-.... 25
Erie Shares ($100).. 39%-.... 39%-40% 40%-... 41%-.... 41%-41% 42%-43
Illinois shares ($100) 79%-.... 79 -... 79 -.... 79 -.... 79 -.... 79%-....
...

EXPORTS.

61,197,610

55,395,106

lbs. 29,934,401

The latest

1867.

1866.

1865.

Cotton Manufactures:
Yarn
Piece Goods
Thread...

yards.775,317,392 985,540,5741,068,104,225
2,482,972
2,655,588
lbs. 1,671,209

Owing to the close of the half year, there has been a good demanc
for accommodation the present week. The supply seeking employment
in the discount market having fallen off, a nd the applications having
been decidedly numerous, the rates are firmer, 2^@‘2| per cent, being
the quotations for the best short-dated paper. The Bank directors, not
withstanding a further accumulation of bullion at the Bank, have there
fore refrained from making a change in their rates of discount, the min.

bonds
and

are

prices from the Continent in reference to

Five-twenty

subjoined: Amsterdam, 77 3-16 ; Frankfort, 77f ;

Hamburg, 70$.

Berlin, 78,

«

English Market Reports—Per Cable*

Money Market.—The buoyancy in the money market con¬
American Securities
tinues, and stocks of all kinds have advanced.
London

kept up with the general market, notwithstanding the firmness of
gold premium on this side, and are materially advanced on the clos¬
ing prices of the previous week :

have
the

Sat. 6.

Fri. I
5.
Consols for money
O S. 6’s (1862)
Illinois Central shares.
Erie Railway shares...

Tues. 9.

Mon. 8.

Wed. 10. Thu. 11

94%

94%

94%

94%

94%

’ 94%

73%
73%
73
73
73%
72%
quotation being still 2^ per cent. During the last two days, how
80%
80%
79%
79%
79%
79%
ever, the demand has fallen off; but there is still a tolerably active in
45%
44
44%
44
43%
43%
quiry, and the quotations rule firm. As soon, however, as all the half
The closing quotations for U. S. 6’s at Frankfort were as follows:
yearly payments shall have been met, and the dividends paid, there is Franktoit
77%
77%
77%
77%
77%
no doubt that the money market will again relapse into a state of great
Liverpool Cotton Market.—The market has continued to exhibit the
ease, and that the minimum rate of discount will be reduced to two per
same downward tendency noted in our last, and obviously from the
cent. But even at this quotation there is not at present any likelihood
causes then stated, viz.: the increase of imports from India, and the
of our surplus means being profitably employed. The value of com¬
unfavorable reports from the manufacturing districts. » With moderate
modities having declined, the capital required to carry on the trade or
sales the price of Uplands has given way £d., and of Orleans £d. The
the country is diminished to a very important extent: the public are
daily closing rates were as follows :
wholly indisposed to satisfy the wants of embarrassed railway com¬
Fri., 5.
Sat., 6. Mon., 8. Toes., 9. Wed., 19. Thu. 11
10,000
10,000
Bales sold
10,000
10,000
7,000 ' 10,000
panies ; while there is no inclination on their part to embark io fresh
!0%d.
10%d.
Price Midd. Uplds. 10%d.
10%d.
10%d.
10%d.
enterprises or to subscribe freely to foreign loans. The Russian loan
Orleans lid.
11 d.
11 d.
1015-lGd. 1015-l6d. 10%d.
lately brought out met with but poor success, and the Chilean seven
Liverpool Breadstuff's Market.—Wheat, barley and oats are firm at
per cent, loan for about £1,000,000 Introduced to-day meets with but old
quotations. Corn is 6d. lower than at the opening of the week.
little favor. The accumulation of bullion is therefore likely to continue,
Peas have advanced 6d. The market, however, has been remarkably
and although many short-sighted individuals rejoice at the circumstance
steady for the season, the fair prospects of a bountiful harvest on both
that the stock of bullion here is likely to reach a total of £25,000,000
sides the Atlantic having failed to affect prices prej udicialiy.
within a short period, and seem to look upon it as indicative of our
Sat. 6. Mon. 8. Tues. 9. Wed. lO.Thu 11.
Fri. 5.
s. d.
s. d.
s. d.
s. d.
s. d.
s. d.
great wealth, yet it shows conclusively that there is great apathy at
Wheat (Mil. red No. l)p. ctl
13 9
13* 9
13 9
13 9
13 9
13
present in this country, and that, owing to the still existing want of con¬
(Califor. white) “
36 9
37 0
37 3
87 3
37 3
Corn (West, mx’d) p. 480lbs 37
5
0
5 0
5 0
fidence, there is no disposition to turn our supplies of idle money into Barley!American)
6 0
5
5 0
per 60 lbs
3 9
3 9
3 9
3 9
3 9
3
>ats (Am & Can.) per 45 lbs
profitable channels. The rates current for the best paper in the open Peas..
39 6
39 6
39 6
39 0
39 0
39

imum

*

....

.

........

“

“

“

<

market

are now as

under:

PerCent

2%<g>2%

30 to 60 days’ bills
3 months'bills
4 months’ bank bills

2%@2%
2 @2%

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

2%@3
3 <^3%

held by the Bank of France is as much as
total held by the two establishments is
£57,600,000. The demand for money at several of the leading conti
nental money markets has increased, owing to the close of the quarter
At Hamburg, the rates are somewhat firmer, but in other quarters there
The

supply of bullion

now

£85,377,120; consequently, the

is

no

Annexed

material variation.

at the

are

the quotations at this date, and

corresponding period last year:
r—B’k rate—%
1S66. 1867.

At Paris
Vienna
Berlin
Frankfort.
‘
Amst’rd’m
...

Op. m’kt—>
1866.

1867.

3%

2

5
9
6

2%
4
4
2#

6
9

4
2%

6

6#

2%

6#

l%-2
2-2%

4

-B’k rate--,
1866. 1867.
5
Turin
9
Brussels .-. 6
2%
5
Madrid
9

—Op. m’kt—,

Hamburg

8

1866.

1867.

2%-2%

...

St.

.

-

Petbg. 5%

2"

6-6%

7%-8%

exchange are more favorable. At the close of last
good demand for American eagles for export; but it
has now wholly subsided, and all supplies which may arrive in the
course of the next few days will in all probability be converted into
bars, and be sent into the Bank. There is, in fact, scarcely any export
demand for gold, while in the market for silver, owing to a contracted
Continental demand, and the absence of any inquiry for shipment to the
Hast Indies, there is much inactivity.
A large M bull ” account being open, and numerous sales for the reali¬
zation of profits having taken place, the value of consols has given way.

Fri. 5.
s. d.
Beef (ex. pr. mess) p. 304 lbs
Pork(Etu. pr. mess) p 200 lbs
Bacon (Cnnib. cut) p. 112 lbs
Lard (American)
“ “
Cheese (fine Am.) “
u

136 0
75 0
42 6
47 6
61 0

136
75
42
47
61

however, the indisposition

Mon 8.
s. d.
136 0

Sat. 6.
8.

d.

0
0
6
6
0

75
42
47
61,

0
0
6
0

Tues. 9. Wed:. 10. Thu 11
s. d.
8. d.
s. d.
136 0
136 0
136 0
75 0
75 0
75 0
42 6
42 3
42 6
47 3
47 3
47 3
59 6
60 0
60 6
,

Liverpool Produce Markets.—AsheB have declined fid. on the week.
Wilmington 8d. advanced. Spirits of tur¬
pentine without change. Petroleum is weaker—standard white |d. beow the advance of Monday, bnt fully up to the opening price : spirits
are £d. lower.
Taliow without change. Clover Seed without change.
Fri. 5.

was a

With the abundance of money,




Liverpool Provisions Market—Beef and Pork are without change on
prices. Bacon remains also the same, but in the middle of
the week was 6d. below the opening and closing price.
Lard is Sd.
lower, and Cheese fid. lower. The following are the daily closing quo¬
tations for American provisions in this market:
last week’s

Rosin is firm ‘and common

The rates of

week there

.(Canadian) per qtr.
.(Southern) per bbl.

Flour..
Per Cent.

on

the part

8.

d.
6
6
0
0
2
9
0
0

Sat 6.
s. d.
31 0
6 9
12 0
30 0
.

Mon 8. Tn. 9. Wed. 10. Th. 11
8. d.
s. d.
8. d.
s. d.
31 0
31 0
31 0
31 0
7 0
7 0
7 0
6 9
12 0
12 0
12 0
12 0
30 0
30 0
30 0
30 0
1 2%
1 2
1 2%
1 2%
0 81
0 8%
0 8%
0 9
44 0
44 0
44 0
44 0
41 0
41 0
41 0
41 0

112 lbs 31
6
“
12
“
30
Sp turpentine......
“
1 2
1
Petroleum (std white).p. 8 lbs
0
0 9
lbs
spirits.... per 8
44
43 9
Tallow (American)..p 112 lbs41
41 0
Clover seed (Am. red)
“
London Produce and Metal Markets.—Linseed has advanced from
64 to 68 8-6d., and Sperm Oil declined from £122 to £110.
These are
Ashes—pots
Rosin
“

per

(com Wilm ).
(fine)

“

the

bnt they are remarkable both for their sud¬
proportions. The daily course has been as follows;

only changes reported,

denness and

,

July 13,1867.]

THE CHRONICLE.

•

Fri. 5.

Sat. 6.

Mon. 8.

Sugar (No.12 Dch std) p. 112 lbs. 256
256
Linseed (Calcutta).
640686
“
Cake and oils are quoted as follows:
Fri.

cake

|“
“

oil

The

follows

“ 41 10 0

“122 0 0 110 0 0
p. 252 gals.85 0035 00

Whale oil

following

are

“

the quotations for metals:

Iron (Sc. pig mxd num) p. ton. 53
Tin (Straits & Banca) p. 112 lb

Latest:

0

Silver
1—San Juan N., San
Francisco—
Gold
3—Moro Castle, Hav.—
Gold

“

Gold
1—Hat v’st Queen, Santa
MarthaGold
1—Prin e of Wales, Car--

“

$775
“

136
“

53

0*

53

53

0

Gold

0

485

400
600

5—Rising Star, Asp’ll—

thagei.a—

...

Gold
Silver

100

7,120
400

Total for the week..

$10,016

Previously reported

Friday, July 11, P.OT.

Total since

Friday Evening, July 11.

as

:

thagena—

Th.
£9 12 6
4110 0
41 10 0
41 10 0 41 10 0
110 0 0 110 0 0110 0 0 110 0 0
3500 85 0035 00 35 00

41 0 0

imports of specie at this port during the week have been

Julyl—Harvest Queen, Car-

Fat.
Mon.
Tu.
Wd.
(obl’g). .p ton £9 12 6 £9 12 6 £9 12 6 £ 9 11 6 £9 12 6

Sperm oil

The

Tu 9. Wd. 10. Th. 11
25 6 ' 25 6
25 6
686
686
646

256
686

48

.$1,554,989

January 1, 1867

$1,565,005

Consols

opened firmer at 95, but subsequently fell to 94f. U. S. 6’s
quoted at 73 3-16, Illinois Central shares at 80i, and Erie shares

are

at 46.

Treasure

from

California.—The

steamship Arizona, from AspinJuly 11, with treasure to the follow¬

wall July 8, arrived at this
port

ing consignees: ;
steady, Upland at 10£, and Orleans 104-. The
FROM SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
sales of the week ending yesterday are reported at 56,000 bale3, of
Panama Railroad Co.
$13,890 99 I Wells, Fargo &
which 12,000 were taken for export and on speculation. The stock in J. W. Seligmann & Co
65,7u0 00 1 Moritz Meyer
Eugene Kelly & Co
48,000 00 j Lees & Waller
port is 749,000 (484,000 American) bales.
Dabney, Morgan & Co
62,047 01 |.
Total from San Francisco
California Wheat has declined to 13s. 4d. Peas (Canadian)
have ad¬
vanced to 40s. per 604 lbs.
FROM THE ISTHMUS.
Pork has declined to 78s. 6d.; while Beef has advanced from 186s. to S. L. Isaacs & Ascii
Lanman & Kemp
187s. 6d. Cheese closed at 69s. 6d, Lard at 47s. 3fi. and Bacon at
Total from California
The Cotton Market is

The

Spirits Turpentine have advanced Is., closing at 31s.; otherwise
produce generally is without change, both at London and Liverpool.

arrivals of treasure

ment of the year,
are

$699,492 90
$500
620—

1,120 00

from San Francisco since the

Since
Date.
Steamship. At date. Jan. 1.
Jan. 10.Rising Star. $874,764 $874,764
“
20.New York.. 525,956 1,400,729
Jan. 31.H. Chauncey 1,072,17 > 2,472,8^5

COMMERCIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
Imports

Exports

and

Feb.10.Ocean Queen
Feb.22.R s ng star .
Mar. 4 .H. Chauncey.

Week.—The

imports this week are
about the same in dry goods but show a small decline in
general mer¬
chandise, the total being only $3,971,798, against $4,371,547 last week,
and $5,366,112 the previous week. The exports are $3,075,679 this
week against $3,541,893 last week, and $8,928,664 the previous
week.
The exports of cotton the past week were 6,885 bales,
against 12,909
bales last week. The following are the imports at New York for week
ending (for dry goods) July 5, and for the week ending (for general
merchandise) July 6 :
for th*

13.Ocean

788,027 3,260,922
952,082 4,213 004

Queen

Drygoods

1865.

the

$1,418,181

2,422,082

1,789.317

(weekly).—In the following we compare
reported weekly earnings of the under-named railroads for
EARNINGS FOR THE

$1,311,092
124,999,943

$3,818,091

$3,202,498
155,455,014

$3,971,793

$129,311,035

Since Jan. 1

$79,552,220

Atlantic and Gt. Western...

$1,146,464
2,825,329

Previously reported

75,734,129

$158,657,512

July 4.Rising Star. 804,**50 13,813,666
July 11.Arizona
699,493 14,613,159

1866 and 1867:

1867.

$1,396,009

Total for the week......

June li.Arizona
6'3,26211,868,213
June 23.0c’n Queenl,141,19813,009,416

THIRD WEEK

IN

JUNE.

,—M. of road—* /—Gross earn’gs—.

1866.

$620,414
3,690,678

General merchandise...

May 2.H. Chauncey. 206,214 9.4*15,729
May 11.Arizona
409,667 9,875,396
May 25.0cean Queen 565,24710,440,643
June 2.H. Chauncey. 774,31311,214,956

Railroad Earnings

FOREIGN IMPORTS AT NEW YORK FOR THE WEEK.

1864.

commence¬

Since
Date.
Steamship. At date. Jan. lr
“
22.New \ ork... 1,114,778 9,259,515

818,818 5,031,8*2
244,888 5,276,710
Mar.24.Rising Star.. 833,151 6,109,861
April 1 H. Chauncey 891,992 7,001,853
“
14.Ocean Queen 1,142,884 8,144,737
“

$700,112 90

shown in the following statement:
-

1866. 1867.
507
507

1866.

Chicago, Rock Is. & Pacific.

$132,536,848

251

188
251

2S5
524
177

$90,825

$259 01

225,703
64,400

212 31
230 04

32,948

p. m—,
1867.

145 06
101 65
277 34

285
524
177

Western Union

1866.

219,101
94,397
27,271
25,415
79,043
86,726
24,910

410

188

Michigan Central....
Michigan Southern

128,565,055

410

Detroit and Milwaukee
Marietta and Cincinnati

/—Earn’gs

1867.

$131,316

Chicago and Northwestern. 1,032 1,145

report of the dry-goods trade will be found the imports of dry
goods for one week later.
The following is a statement of the exports (exclusive of
specie) from
the port of New York to foreign ports, for the week ending July 9 :

5

$179 14
197 12
157 07

165 50
140 73

175 25
85 44
207 41
139 07
81 02

z—Earn’gs

p. m—*

21,446

69,113
72,874

14,340

our

EARNINGS

1864.

For the week

$5,224,707
87,523,235

Previously reported....
Since Jail

1

$92,747,942

1865.

Atlantic & Gt Western

$80,693,722

$109,179,109

$3,075,579
97,777,689

Michigan Southern

Germany
Other

N.Europe

$100,853,268

Other S. Europe
East Indies
China & Japan .
Australia
Br.N A Colonies

The

York

Since

This
week.

$1,689,703 $55,952,380
84,226

6,408,5S1
2,557,281

Cuba

$28,387

Hayti

468,201
13,944

ll,92t,657

3,841,437
761,473
1,658,388

Other W. I
Mexico

923,077

New Granada...

72,521

548,595

17,975
25,667
122,201
17,558

Detroit and Milwaukee

1,227,345
1,346,284
1,227,431

Foreign silver

6—St. Teutonia, Ham—
American silver
6—St. Teutonia, Ham-

$55,000

Railroad Earnings
been

Foreign silver

Liverpool—
gold

American

111,000

American gold
Total for the
10,000
July 6—Steamer Fulton, not included in above

week

1859




'

18, 15,774
29,755.185

| Same time in

11858

1857

1866
1855
1854

21,044,601
30,623,411
3,251,638 1853
23,199,302 1852.

36,315,496

,

23516
174 64

FIRST

WEEK

IN JULY.

earn’gs—*,

r-Earn’gs

1S67.

$

$

•

•

•

$
189 14

200 04

63,928
13,122

162 15

117 94

125 00
74 13

»

84,969

20,875

(Monthly).—The following returns for June have
1866.

..

1867.

$371,543
922,891
350,920
106,315
335,082

$313,671
898,357
284,977

44

392 640

,.

Michigan Southern
New York Central
Western Union

302.232

44

1,084,000
102,686

944,100
60,559

Dec.
U
44

261.480
96,535

44

44

44

600

Assistant Treasurer’s Statement

150,000

June.—We

for

are

statement of the business of the month of June

$1,534,861

RECEIPTS

$13,067,976

13,202,083

,

do

do

Disbursing accounts
Interest accounts

90,408
140,000
42,127

following

DISBURSEMENTS.

May 31, 1867
Receipts during the month:

On account of customs
do
Gold notes
do
Internal revenue
do
Post-office Department
do
Transfers
do
Patent fees
do
Miscellaneous

24,430
89,440
9,780
50,105

:

Balance

.

23,260,518
16,236,260
17,014,160
17,014,160
9,717,663

AND

$27,872

indebted to

the Cashier of the Office of the Assistant Treasurer for the
751,761

lh67.

$
37,608

35,558
•

p. m—.

1866.

:

Mariette & Cinc-nnati

$26,553,723

$47,123,868

155 23
89 33

81,352
15,811

30,913

177

Michigan Central

24,595,662

Total since Jan. 1, 1867

120 79

30,324

-

123,224

188
251
285
524

Chicago & Northwestern
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific....

423,200

Previously reported

Same time in
1866
1865
1864
1863
1862
1861
1860

published

159 27
18415

188 60
164 23
139 91

-

507

188

$182 45

3(),v76

Railroads.

100,000

6—St. Teutonia, HamGold coin
6—St. City of Baltimore,

355,000
1,500

3—St. Low, LondonGold bars
6—St. Teutonia, Ham—

507

Chicago & Alton

July 3—St. City of New York,
Liverpool—
3—St. Palmyra, Liv
A merican
gold.......
3—St N. York,' Bremen—

THE

251
285
524
177

Western Union

following will show the exports of specie from the port of New
for the week ending July 6, 1867 :
American gold

.....

Michigan Central
Michigan Southern

686,472
1,493,242
1,879,819
814,624

16,000
152,291
35,101

..

Marietta and Cincinnati

365,956

3,115,638

Venezuela
Br. Guiana......
Brazil
OtherS. A. ports
All other ports..

21,912

160,612

FOR

1867.

$220 44

35,118

Chicago and Northwestern.. 1,032 1,145
410
410
Chicago, Rock Is & Pacific.

*645,366

128,646

Atlantic and Gt. Western

$3,062,765

10,433

To

1866.

65,300
33,821

77,325

,—M. of road-^ /—Gross
1866. 1867.
1866.

Since
Jan. 1.

Jan. 1,1867

10,201

Spain

524
177

Western Union
EARNINGS

This

JUNE.

.....

410
188
251
285
524
177

188
251
285

....

Michigan Central

exports from this port to different countries (exclusive
of specie) for the past week, and since
January 1, is shown in the fol¬
lowing table:
week.

410

Detroit and Milwaukee

Marietta and Cincinnati

The value of

To
Great Britain...
France
Holland & Belg.

WEEK IN

Chicago & Norhwestem... 1,032 1,147

1867.

$2,094,882
107,084,227

FOURTH

M. of road—* /—Gross earn’gs-^
1866.
1866. 1867.
1867.
507
507
$111,762 $92,504

Chicago, Rock Is. & Pacilic.

1866.

$1,757,283
78,936,439

FOR THE

,

EXPORTS FROM NEW YORK FOR THE WEEK.

“

$121,677 78
44,805 69
342,871 43

and the Isthmus

42s. 6d.

In

Co

$124,921,324 5
$8,040,113 69
7,629,980 00

*

249,951 76

1,089,583 60

*

1,379,500
3,439
52,736,466
9,117,702
4,322,087

00
40
24

38
00— 84,568,824 07

$209,490,148 64

44

THE CHRONICLE

Payments during the month

Gas—Manhattan

:

Treasury drafts

$62,244 293
227,518
10,828,903
171,( 95

Post-office drafts

Disbursing accounts

Assay-Office
Interest accounts, viz.

In coin
In currency

Mining—Mariposa

20
06
17

“

44

Quicksilver

28

1.237,081 89
2,322,087 00— 77,030,978 60

$132,459,170 04

44

44

2 398 521 49

44

1,570,185 34- 132,459,170 04

By receipts for customs in June, 1867
do

1866

do

Decrease

do
do

1867

$1,667,816 31

.

Insurance.
Commonwealth Fire
National Fire

Merchants’ Insurance

Niagara Fire

—

July 8
July 9.

July 10.
July 3.

7

5

o....

AT

41,000

Friday:

152

j-

THE

July 9 to July 15

Mon.

71

Broadway.
Broadway,

Broadway.

Company eOffice
STOCK

BOARDS.

....

Tues.

49

....

Wed.

321

81

Thurs. Fri’y.
495

165

Railroad shares, viz.

Jersey....

Panama....

10

25

7,800
8,600
7,425

14,200

7,200

8,400
1,000

.

.

.

•

300
....

10,000

40

Spring Mountain

Wilkesbarre




1,182

.

.

.

....

24,500

2,900

.

.

....

625

....

.

.

.

.

3,500

5,350

1,650

1,050

61J
28

645
25

500
.

4,125
....

2,500
200

2,400
25

....

•

•

•

•

....

3,315
....

3,000
....

4,666
....

•.

•

•

....

5,100
70

.

7,100

2*900
9
200
500

800

200,
31,900 27,300
....

200
.

52,570
38,865
32,884
20

56,100
4,200

1,320

Fri.

Week.

....

....

441,500

665,000

168,000 2,137,750

2,000

....

2,000
8,000

5,666

....

3.000

2,000
426,000
83,000

....

37,000
2,000

94,000

60,000

5,666

5,000
6,000

20,000

33,000

183.000

40,000

3,000
358,000
17,000
10,000
61,000
344,000

1,000

1,000

5.000

5,000

17,000

208,000

# .

.

.

87,000

2,000

7,000

30,000

8,000

27,000

31,000

'

....

....

....

.

.

.

.....

....

25,000

56,500

....

44,500

46,000

110,000
590
100

700

1,800
2,753

.

.

.

.

453

453

2,060

7,800

4,400

38,910

.

.

.

.

3,300

3,400
....

,

.

l",520
1,200
....

7,700
2,000
2,250
.

100

1,200
....

.

.

11,690
15,900
70

37,840
12,880
13,005
53

.

5,520
.’.

23

.

800
500

20,633
100

11,700
1,100

200

3,700
8
•

•

•

•

tL500

2C0

1,000

14,100

....

42

....

200

200

1,200

mostly at 5
are

very

per cent, on stocks,

ligh

Strictly prime

.

readily at 6@7

exactly A1 is

per cent., but is very scarce. Paper
scrutinize < somewhat closely, the occurrence ci

important failures id the dry. goods trade, during the week,
having increased the caution of buyers.
The following are the quotations for loans of
various classes :
Per cent.
4
6
*

6

@5
@ 7

@ 7

Per cent.

I Good endorsed bills, 3 &

|

4 months

do

7
.

I Lower grades

@8

9

@10

13

single names.

@15

United States Securities.—The market for
governments has
been excited.
There has, perhaps, been less demand from
investors
than last week, and the
purchases for shipment have been quite
light. But a very active speculation has been maintained on bro¬
kers own account, Under which
prices have advanced fully 1 per
cent, on most securities.
Sixty-two’s aud Ten-forties

being the

principal exceptions.

This morning there

was a

re

actiou in the

temper of the market. The brokers do not appear to have the
courage to bid up prices further, and the advance has at the same
time
The

increased the number of sellers and diminished that of
market

consequently closes weak
figures of the morning.
The

200

100

600
500

....

...

.

.

5,2C0

200

2,900 £2,973
1,400

200
35

4,900 12,940
3,430
3,600
4,700
4,300
....

....

10,240
9,100
11,000 10,130
7,050
3,0l0

23

.

3,200

....

20

14,000
1,200

200
900

.

....

..

6,230
2,135
4,109

4,560

.

ioo

.

206

2,100

.

.

150

•

9,000

....

.

3,170

.

•

10

....

100
425

600

3,450
1,150

.

•

8,510

.

300
420
208

4.7U0

10,000

5
•

150
100
100
783
730

....

...

44

700
....

100

Reading
1,800
St. L., Alton & T. H....
Tol., Wabash & West’n... 2,800
do
pref.
400
Miscellaneous shares, viz

44

....

14,200

....

6,300

.

44

5,400
4,300

....

Chic.

Coal—Central
Cumberland
“
Del. & Hudson

50

5,000
1,600
2,000

Michigan Central

($100)

Week

5

Chicago & Alton,

Pitts., Ft. Wayne &

,

.

400

Thur.

38,000 104, 600
3,000
58,000

34,000

5,000
5,000

Call loans
Loans on bonds & mort..
Prime endorsed bills, 2
months

37 Wall St.

102
141

—

Sat.

New York and N. H
Milwaukee & St. P.......
do
do pref....
Morris and Essex
New York Central
Ohio & Mississippi

52,000
15,000

....

two

description and number of shares sold at
conjointly on each day and for the week ending

Michigan Southern

.

tc their

not

138 Broadway.
12 Wall Stieet.
470 Broadway.
50 Wall Street.

July 10.

lctcellaneous.

.

Wed.

,

.

19,000

paper passes

11 Wall Street.
64 W all Street.

Julv 15.

5

Del, Lacka & West, script

•

$156,000 $105,000 $172,000 $510,000
985,100 461,900 421,000 2,950,500

1,666

In discounts t-.e transactions

106 Broaaway.
175 «road way.
58 Wall Street.
62 Wail Street.
48 VN all Street.
48 Wall Street

July 8.

....

Erie Railway
do
pref
Han. & St. Joseph pref.
Hudson River
Illinois Central

•

28
860
7

....

470

a

2,666

.....

.

52 Wall Street.

July 5.

Exchange Fire..

Clev., Col. and Cincinnati
Cleveland & Pittsburg....
Cleveland and Toledo

•

150

....

661,500

demand borrowers have been met
and 4 p r cent, on Governmen s.

Company’sOffiee
Compai y’sOffice
151 Broadway.

—

The following statement shows the
the Regular ana Open Boards

Chic.,

•

The demand for accommodation at the banks has
been very limited,
and has been confined
very much to brokers loans. The wants of

Aug. 15.
10* Jidy 10.
5
July 9.
5
July 15.
5
July 15.
5
Tuly 15.
6
July In.
5
July 11.
5
July 11.
«* July 9.
20
Sept 15.

Knickerbocker Fire...
Phenix Insurance of Br’yn

do
Pref.
Rock Is. & Pacific.

•

Ang. 1. Princeton, N.J. July 1 to July 14,

6

do

12
50

....

•

11,275
42,837
6,500
11,172
3,990

7,200

•

WHERE.

50

Chic. Burl. & Quiocy
Chicago & Northwestern.

100

•

....

619,900
2,000
111,000
20,000

....

during the past week r

WHEN.

10
7
5

Germania Fire
New York Equitable
AStna Fireof Hartford
American Fire, scrip
American Fire, cash
Standard Fire

Central of New

....

.

deposits, and a moderate addition
leg 1 tenders ; and their condition since has probably not
materially varied, although the exchanges at the Western cities are
now
against us, and may be expected to take a certain amount of
currency from this centre.

5
5
5
6

Bank ShareB

1,540

....

185

.

500

2* July 20. 103 Liberty st. July 10 to July 22
July )0. Far. L. & T. Co.
Aug. 15. Bridgeport, Ct.

Relief Fire
Commercial Fire

on

1,000

.

350
6

_

Friday, July 12,1867, P. M.
The Money Market.—The condition of the market
throughout
the week has been that of extreme ease. The banks
commence •
the week with a
large increase of

6
5

Naugatuck

BUSINESS

.

71,500

Virginia 6’s....
City Bonds, viz I
Brooklyn 6’s...
Company Bonds, viz.:

BOOKS CLOSED.

o’t.

[5

Transportation Company

Central of New Jersey....
Ter. Haute & Indianapolis.

«

1,800
2,150

Tues.

t«

PAYABLE.

BATE
p.

Kailroad*:
Del. and Raritan Can*l and
Cam. & Amboy R R. and

i vi

1,900
3,300

$62,000

157,250

...

having succeeded Mr. Motby in business at that

COMPANY.

United Slates Trust

1,000
3,105

100

6,100
8,300
10,235
6,900
1,540

500

240

.

DIVIDENDS.

American

2,975
8,275

9,145
1,000
1,500

500
812
100

Mon.

Georgia 7’s

®I)C Bankers’ ®a?ette.

Pacific Fire
Lamar Fire
Lorillard Fire
Market Fire, cash
Market Fire, scrip
Continental Insurance

1,300
4,000
8,417

State Bonds, viz.:
California 7’s.

Railroad

■ ▲ME or

6,350

136,000

Indiana 5’s.....
Missouri 6’s
New York 6’s..
44
fjOg
N. Carolina 6’s.
Tennessee 6’s..

vites the attention of bankers and merchants to his
establishment at 48

declared

1,100
1,500

3,ioo

700

200

..

Mr; Geo. Edward Sears, stationer and blank-book
manufacturer, in

en

4,035

1,700
2,500
2,600

7

...

cash dividend of 10£ per cent to stockholders.

The following Dividends have be

1,400
1,500

$15,000
99,000 863,600

.

following new cards which
advertising columns to-day.
The North America Fire Insurauce
Company, at 114 Broadway, with
a cash
capital of 500,000, and a surplus of $255,057 77, ana also the
notice of dividend at 5
per cent, by the same company.
The eighth scrip
dividend of the American Fire Insurance Company
—notice is given of a
scrip dividend of 60 per cent, to customers, and a

place.

Sat.
$....

U. S. 6’s, 1881
U.S 6’s (5-20’s).
U.S G’s (old)
U.S. 5’s (10-408)
U.S 5’s (old)
U. S 7-80 notes.

our

William street, he

2,300
400

*8

*

400

Government, State and City and other bonds sold at the
Regular Board, daily and for the week, are given in the following statement:

$8,040,113 69
9,707,930 00

.....!

..

.

500

The amount of

The attention of readers is called to the

will be found in

American.
Merchants'
United States...
Wells. Far. & Co.

.

*900

.

••»

305
400
10
175

-

.

44

8,412,73>i 93

Balance to Cr. interest accounts

Pacific Mail..

Express—Adams.

$120,077,726 28

Balance, Assay Office

•

•

ldegraph—West’n Union 3,450
Steamship—Atlantic Mail.
300
44

Balance

....

....

1,100

700
600
700

300“

Canton

48
600

2,600

1,200

41

44

Ba’ance toC r. Treasurer United States.
Balance to Cr. disbursing accounts

1,100
1,500

Pref..

Improvin't—Bost.W. Pow
Brunswick...

:

,

do

[July 13,1867,

per ceut.

buyers.

below the

following

pared with

are the closing prices of leading
securities,
preceding weeks :

G. S. 6’s, 1881
coup
U. S. 5-20’s, 1862 coupons.
U. S. 5-20’s, 1864
44
U. S. 5-20’s, 1865
44
U. S. 5-20’s, 1865, N. iss...

May31. June

..

U.
U.
U*
U.
U.

at

S. 5-20’s, 1867, c
S 10-40’s,
44
S 7-30’s 1st scries
S. 7-30’s 2d SerieB
S 7-30’s 3rd series

Railroad

112*
109*
105*
106*
108*

7. June 14. June21.

112*
no*

106*
107*
109*

112*
110*
107

107*
109*
.....

99*
106*
105*
105*

100*
106*
105*
105*

100*
106*
106*
106*

113

no*
107*
107*

J uly 5.
x.C.109*

Ill*

108*
108*

110*x.c.l07*
.....

100*
106*
106*
106*

107*
102*
107*
107
107

com¬

July 12
no*
111*
109*

109*
108*
108*
102*
108*
168
108

Miscellaneous Stocks.—There has been some
of the stock market, but, on the whole, the
tone of business has been
buoyant and transactions large. Early
in the week an active
opposition to the upward movement was
and

irregularity iu the

course

started in behalf of a well known Erie
director, who, repert has
is largely short of the stock of that road.
The effect was to

orarily check the buoyancy of the market.

it,

temp¬
Subsequently prices

July 13,1867.]

THE

CHRONICLE,

bounded up 2@4
per cent., and
ment in the market
exceeded

yesterday the speculative excite¬
anything witnessed since 1864. This

morning, however,
to sales for the

the market
opened weak,

The Gold

realizing profits,

perhaps owing equally

aud to an effort to de¬
press prices, in order to get in stocks at
lower figures.
On the
whole, prices this evening
vary but little from those of last
Friday.
'The market,
however, appears to be destined to a further
advance
in prices.
There are few disposed to sell
short at present
figures,
and the disposition to
buy is almost as strong as at the
commence¬
ment of
the advance.

Outside operators

Market.—The market

has been firm but
without any
special activity.
The'exports have been
unexpectedly large, appar¬
ently owing to the remittance of
interest falling due on the 1st
It would be difficult
Julv.
to discover
any other reason for the advance oi
the price to
the figure touched
this
morning. At thv be
ginning of the week there was a
disposiiion to sell gold “ short,”
but at the close we
perceive no indications of an
oversold market,
gold being abundant for
delivery and loans being made “ flat” to 1
per cent.

3
4
purpose of

45

are

coming into the
The fluctuations in the
street, and buy apparently with much
confidence.
gold market during the week
The business at the two stock
closing with
Friday are shown in the
boards for the current week
following table :
amount¬
ed to .590,672,
against the previous week's business
OpenHigh469,202 shares.
Clos¬
Tone of
The principal
ing. Lowest, est.
stocks sold
Sarthtday, [July 6
Range, ing.
Market.
were—Chicago and Northwestern, common Monday, “ 8
139% 138 >4 139% 0% 139
Firm.
•:52,570 and preferred
139
138% 139
■

„

38,865; Chicago, Rock Island

#

Tuesday,

“

9

and Pacific
Wedn’day, “
32,884; Cleveland and Pittsburg 56,100
; Erie
“
110,000; Michigan Thursday, “
Southern 39.910; Milwaukee and
Friday,
St. Paal—common
11,690 and
preferred 15,900; New York Central
Current week

37,840,*

Wayne and Chicago 13,005

Pittsburg,

13s%

10
11
12

138%
139%

Reading 20,633. The miscellaneous
The movement in coin
amounting to—Coal, 15,742;
Mining, 24,635; Imjprcwement, 19,675; Telegraph,
42,837; Steamship, 16,674, and ending Saturday, July 6, was
Express 5,595, in the week’s aggregate
Specie in banks Saturday, Juno 29
125,202 against last week’s Treasure receipts from California
stocks

;

sold

Aggregate 73,438.
The

following

Import of coin and bullion from
Coin interest paid from
U. S.

were the

1S8% 0%
138% 0%
139% 0%

138%
139

139%

0%

139% 138% 139% 0%
138% 138
139% 1%
132% 132% 141% 9%
and bullion at this

Previous week
Jan. 1 to date

Fort

0%

138%
138%

138%

138%
138%
138%
139%
139%

Quiet.

fniet.
teady.
Firm.

S

teady.

139%
138%
139%

port for the week

as

shown in the

foreign

Treasury

following formula
J$S04,250
18,024

ports...

:

$7,768,996

5,669,900—
closing quotations at the regular
6,492,174
Total reported
board,
of the six
supply for week.
preceding weeks;
Export of coin and bullion to
$14,261,170
May 31. June 7. June 14. June 21.
foreign ports
Paid into U. S.
..$1,534,861
Cumberland Coal
June 2. July 5. July
Treasury on account of customs
12
1,610,00630%
Quicksilver
3,144,867
25
33%
25
2S
40%
Canton Co
Apparent excess of supply for week
27%
43
32 "
31%
33%
Specie in banks Saturday,
Mariposa pref
47
$11,116,303
July 6
48
20%
20
New York Central
19%
16,853,171
21%
‘98%
24%
100%
23%
Excess of reported
Erie
101%
102%
104%
supply (gone into private
105%
58%
60%
105%
60%
Hudson River....
hands)
59%
$263,132
102
The transactions for the
66%
68%
^0%
109%
last week at the
108%
108%
Heating
109%
Custom House aud
103%
109%
110
105%
106%
Mich. Southern..
107%
109%
110
68%
were as follows :
103%
68%
68%
70%
Michigan Central
78%
111
81%
79%
113 x. d.107
Clev. and Pittsb.
Custom House.
75
110%
110
76%
76%
-Sub-Treasury•Olev. and Toledo.
77%
84%
Receipts.
119
86%
Payments.
91% July
1
118
Receipts.
120%
Northwestern....
120
$406,975 80
121%
33%
“
*
$5,403,675 54
119%
iD%
$5,253,330 70
34%
35%
preferred
337,040 26
42%
57%
45%
8,405,315 46
58%
44%
59%
1,345,056 23
Rock Island
59%
65%
288,474 66
87%
67%
68
2,995,498 94
88%
89%
Fort Wayne
3,782,180 88
90%
95%
96%
99
97%
97
97%
98
Illinois Central
257,000 00
103%
115%
100%
1,621,967 21
110%
6...
101%
1,536,004 03
120%
121%
122
320,515 50
1,595,613 15
The following statement
1.138,820 08
shows the volume of
Total
$1,610,006 22 $15,022,070 30
transactions in Balance in
shares, at the regular and open boards
$13,055,391 92
Sub-Treasury morning of July 1..
132,459,740 04
conjointly, on each
the

•compared with those

....

•

•

•

•

•

....

....

....

'

....

....

....

Sub-Treasury

....

•

....

..

....

week, closing with this day’s business
Sat.
71

Bank

shares.
Railroad “
“

Mining

“

Improv’t “
Telegraph “

Steamship14
Express **

•Gas

“

2,900
1,200

.

.

3.460
605
792

.

.
.

73,196
4,000
3,000

2,425
3,800
1,400
6,350
1,312

495

87.C73

4,700
5,775

100

3,000

5,700

8,417

4,105

;

500

48

....

Week.

165

109,206
4,208

3,609
7,235

9,145
2,500

335

Fri.

81

4.600

•

Thurs.

84,680

-

.

••

Deduct payments

Wed.

321

70,663

100

.

Tues.

49

38,868

.

■Coal

Mon.

day of

:

1.182

464,286
15,742

1,109

24,635

1,000
7,200
3,950
1,940

8,275
4,200
1,922

19,675
42,837
16,672
5,595

....
....

At Regular Board
At Open Board...

16,336
31,650
47,986
96,381

34,534
51,800
86,334

136,13S

The transactions in
shares
the following statement:
Week

May 3
“

“
41

“

528

10
17...
24
31

“
“

«S27
826
934

290,750
314,512

653
681
422

14
21
28

897,920

298

12

1,182

The

293,377

1,828

July 5 (5 days)
“

465,847
371,270
294,415

11,761

•June 7
“

Railro’d.

ending— Bank.

following is

224,243

537,561

49,295
47,615

96,910
77,993

weekly

505

2,463
1,151

2,163
1,583
1,381

114,333
78,096

70,438
68,343

34,608

ing.
6,160
3,300
3,620
5,600
4,000

7,810
2,586 9,978
819 2,825

3,436 10,400

395,506 4,466 23,425
23,753
464,286 15,742 24,635 19,675
42,837
a

8,600

S,344

11

Total.

U.S. Bonds...
U. S. Notes
State* City b’ds

Tuqb.

Wed.

Total Cur.

w’k..
Previous week. $356,250
.*246,000
The

lation:

totr^g, weekly,

<Fu45ng

.nlay.

■P* uty
Lay

3
10
17
24
31




1714,\00 l,m,9001,766,100
630^000 411,000 645,100 1,702,900 975,000
639,900
s\nce May 3 are shown in the

469,242

2

8,000

7,171,250
2,b72,000

Governments

3,918,600
" i'“° OAA
4,628,800
3,363,900

4,355,200
1.905.600

8.172.650
3,585,350
3.801.600

3.319.650
1,596,500

4,026,500

*

Notes.

14'*,100
567,200
22.000

85,100
333,500
68,500
161,5(H)
366,' 00

491,850
441,500

2,137,150

State &

City Bonds.
643.000

520,000
682,800
515,000
S08.500

744,000
795,250
495,000
664,700
437,000

797,006

Company
Bonds.
203,000
238.500
223,200
158,100
218.500
158,000
233,000
153,000
165,000
97<0Q0

208,000

Total
amount

4,910,700
5,954,50"

4,291,900
5,113,400
3.266.100
4,143,150
4.775.100
4,815,600
4,641,200
2,572,000
7,171,250

Snb-Treasury—

17, ail,277
14,932,695

of

ruling

Dec. $9,531,366
Inc.
11,905,228
Inc.
6,458,719
Inc.
3,583,223
Dec.
8,691,487
Inc. 10,5.9,186
Inc.
503,351
Inc.
2,4*6,526
Inc.
329,425
Dec. 1,966,678

.

134,616,271
132,129,745
25,416,297 132,459,170
13,055,392 130,492,492

25,086,873
15,022,070

has been

Wednesday and

rate for 60

.

decided

a

to-morrow.

majority of transactions

have

scarcity ot bills

For

days’ bankers sterling

which the market closes firm.
The following are the
of

Changes in

Balances.

17,S34,628
12,446,169

Exchange—There

steamers

morrow’s the

following tabu

Bonds.

Foreign
for

1.726,400
1,610,006

264,661
625,660

Thur.

17,000

..

2,039,064

mail the

16,672 5,643 590,672

46,000

8....
15...
22....
29....

6

Pavments.

......

...

25....

July

House.

Receipts.
$2,190,166 $37,933,020 $28,401^654 Balances.
$110,334,049
1,116,949
28,272,343 40,177,571 122,239,278
2,068,648
10,507,815
22,966,533 128,697,997
2,006,097
17,042,199 20,625,333 132,281,220
1,955.086
27,547,745
18.850,257 123,583,732
1,789,140
8,347,553
18,876,740 1:14,112,919
1,895,713

467,615

Fri.
$99,000 $514,600
Week.
$86/4,9011,182,100 733,900 632,000 $4,026,500
157,259
71,5'K) 661,500
44,500 665,000 168,000
81,000
Company B’nds. 10,000 103,000 74,000 125,000 258,000 158,000 2,137,750
799,000
25,000
56,500
44,500
.

“

333,713

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

18

the aggregate transactions at the
Sub-

Custom

June 1....

“

and notes, State
and
old at the
Sat.

“

Itn-

338,679
333,437
368,418

$2,023,000. Included
$91,000 in gold, and $1,519,006

were

following table shows
Treasury since May 4 :

“

425,777

customs

The

’
May 4....
11....

516,920

$130,492,491 66
1,966,678 38

.

in Gold Certificates.

Weeks

shown in

Tele- Steampro’t. graph. nhip. Other.
12,150 14,084 12,700 4,946
10,150 14,247 17,491
5,(H)
7,500 7,925
8,916 9,358
6,950 7,870 15,875 6,007
10,050 5,254 11,828 9,038
9,350 10,177 17,148
6,212
10,005 16,517 23,295 6,661
2,500 6,253
11,915 15,395
9,430 15,702 22,868 25,841
4,850

receipts of

Ending

80,634
are

Saturday evening

Total amount of Gold Certificates
issued,

in the

71,720

138,781 106,328

since May 3

on

$145,514,561 96
15,022,070 30

during the week....,

Increase during the week.

“

MinCoal.

51,473
62,860

48

Balance

Wednesdays’
110£

; for to¬
been done at 110^. at

was

closing quotations lor the several
foreign bills, compared with those of the three last weeks :

London Comm’l.

June 21.

109%® 109%
do bkrs’ Ing
109%© 110%
do
do shrt
110%® 110%
Paris, long
5.17%® 5.12%
do Short

Antwerp

Swiss

Hamburg

Amsterdam
Frankfort
Bremen
Berlin

5.12%@5.10

June 28.

July 5.

110%® 110%

July 12.
109%® 109%
110%® 110%
110%® 110%

5.11%@5.0S%

5.13%®5.12%
5.11%@5.08%

109%© 109%
109%® 110%
110%® 110%

109%® 109%
110

©110%

5.17%®5.12% 5.13%@5.12%
6.12%@5.10

5.17%®5.12% 5.17%®5.12% 5.17%@5.15
5.17%@5.12% 6.17%@5.12%
....©
36%@ 36%
40%@ 41%
.©....

78%@ 79%
©72%

72

classes

5.17%®5.08%
....©

....

S6%@ 36%,

36%®

40%® 41%

@ 41%
41%®
79% ®
72% ® 72%

—@
7S%@ 79%
72 ©72%

....

36%®
41%® 41%
41%®
79% ®
72% ® 72%

41 >4

New York City Banks.—The
following statement shows the
condition of the Associated Banks of New
York

ending at the

commencement of

business

on

-AVERAGE

Banks.
New York
Manhattan
Merchants’
Mechanics’
Union
America
Ph'cenlx

City.5.

Loans ancl

AMOUNT OF-

Capital. Discounts. Specie.
$3,<XK),000 $6,566,139 $1,996,925
2,050,000 5,656,174
242,372
3,000,000

2,000,000
1,500,000
3,000,00Q
1,800,000

1,000,000

7,010,309
4,994,068
4,050,945
8,181,085
3,539,718

3,496,790

City lor the week
July 6, 1867 ‘

441,962
139,714

Circulation,
tion.

Net

P,eP£8(ts

$774,^8 $6,do6,063
12,209
4,882,841
884,952
569,400

140,262

484,082

1,526,901
189,137
324,028

288,255

2,000

5,191,177
3.324,682
2,733,171
8,002,073
2,449,711
2,296,063

Legal
Tenders.
$3,477,467
1,706,586
1,997,703
1,101,524
870,972
2,385,837
709,308
596,069

THE CHRONICLE.

46
1,000,000

153,533

5,2S7,548

643,503
23,959
134,601
34,551
22,125

3,367,405
2,613,097
2,806,204

National
Butchers’
Mechanics and Traders’.
600,000
Greenwich
200.000
Leather Manuf. National
600,000
Seventh Ward, National.
500,000
State of New York
2,000,000
American Exchange
5,000,000
Commerce
10,000,000

Broadway

1,963,919
1,133,349
3,023,739
1,216,324
4,546,671
10,175,193
23,027,607

1,000,000
1,000,000

3,006,593
1,819,103

2,000,000

4,671,316

Chatham

450,000

1,723,956

People’s

412,500

1,4:10,868
2,084,651
2,722,948
1,669,000
10,616.569

Republic.
North American

Hanover

Irving
Metropolitan

.

1,000,000
1,000,000

500,000
4jKM),000

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

400.000

1,418,204
1,949,144
2,704.227
2,454,846
5,236,300
3,151,705
4,308.411
2,616,S69
1,223,147

1,000,000
1,000.000
1,000,000
1,500,000

1,000,000
2,000,000
750,000
300.000

Importers and Traders’..
Park
Mechanics’ Banking Ass.
Grocers’
North River
East River
Manufacturers & Mer....
Fourth National
Central National
Second National
Ninth National
First National
Third National
New York N. Exchange.
Tenth National
Bull’s Head
Croton National
National Currency

400,000
300,000
1,500,000
300,000

1,195.276
5,573,393
11,997,814
983,919
891,733

400.000

1,274,105

350,000
500,000
5,000,000
3,000.000
300,000
1,000,000
500,000
1,000,000

906,600

300,000

1,403,403
16,868,221
12,463,602
1,240,113
5,883,199
2,900,093
3,461,685
977,578

1,000.000
200,000

3,039.800
1,169,948

1,251,908

1.814.229
4,615,699
2,649.629

1,489,080

920,419

958,708
281,226
679,197
427,223
102,812
810,877
310,429
1,888,394

748,948
2,342,302
1,500,085
788,326

2,073,003
7,118,010
1,302,055
1,174,604
826.082
487,405

1,610,056
431,273
213,192
462.237

397,752
415,000
2,271,000
368,902
319.137

596,921
549,289
936,600
224,000
879,000
821,323
200,686
588,250
286,595
1,607,041

The annexed statement shows the condition of the

Banks for
Date.
1.
June
J une

Legal Tenders.
Loans.
16,881,109
52,747,»8

8.

16,800.720

June 15.
June 22.
June 29.
6.
July

16,300,010
15,964,424
16,105,061
16,022,675

Boston Banks —The
Boston Banks’ statement

215.540

4,224,817
359,616
2,622,047
1.366,118
1,191,526
306,315
681,400

82,520,200 246,361,237

$493,944,354
494,081,990
23,079,538
21,650,612

Balances for the week ending June 29, 1267
Balances for the week ending July 6, 1867

22
06
46
89

461,951

June 24.

$41,900,000
92,951,163
470,544
15,758,396
13,<9I.S38
11,609,667
36,521,129

93,725,428
'511,095
Specie
Legal tender notes..... 15,719,795
Due from other banks.. 12,001,098
Due to other banks

11,680,271

36,039,933
(National).. 24,771,778
Circulation (State).....
271,049
Deposits

'Circulation

The

past

following

are

24,768,947

267,284

the comparative totals for

June

3

92,694,925
93,136,167

10
17...
24
1
8

July

93.725,428
92,951,163

92,996,703
94,747,778

S
specie.

Capital.
are

o

g

P-<

America*

Amount.

100
25

.

..

.

.

279,27^

268,768
271,043
267,294
266,353
266,494

Friday.

Bid. Askd

July ’67

6

July ’67.

e5

Jan. ’67

May ’67
July ’67
July ’67

5
6
5
12

July ’61
July ’67

July
Apr.
July
July
July

Ju y

May
July

May
July

July

118

5

’67
’67
4
’67........5
5
’67
’67
6
'67
8 135
’67
6
'67
6
’67
6
’67........5
’67
5 116‘
’67
6

July
July ’67.

5

103"

107

215

108
105

Feb. ’67.
5
100
200,000
100
Currency
10
100,000 .. Quarterly.... Jan. ’67
30
Dry Dock
200,000 Jan. and July.. Jan. ’67
3*
East River
50
350,000 Jan. and July.. July ’67
5
100
Eighth
250,000 Jan. and July.. July ’67
4
Fifth
100
150,000 Jan. and July.. July '67
6
First. <«.
100
600,000 May and Nov.. May ’67
10
First (Brooklyn)
100
500,000 Jan. and July.. July ’67
10
Fourth
100 5,000,000 Jan. and July.. July’67
105*
5 105
Fulton
30
600,000 May and Nov.. May ’67
5
Far. &
20
160,000 Jan. and July.. July’67
.5
Greenwich*
26
200,000 May and Nov. May ’67
10
Grocers’
50
300,000 Jan. and July.. July ’67
5
Hanover
100 1,000,000 Jan. and July.. July’67
5 111
Importers & Trad... 100 1,500,000 Jan. and July.. July *67
5 114
50
110
Irving
500,000 J an. and July.. July ’67
4 101
LeatherManufact’rs.
50
600,000 Feb. and Aug.. Feb. ’67
6
Long Isl. (Brook.) .. 50
400,000 Feb. and Aug.. Feb. ’67........6
Manhattan*
50 2,060,000 Feb. and Aug.. Feb. ’67
5
Manufacturers’.......
30
252,000 Jan. and July. July ’67
5
Mauufac. & Merch.*. 100
600,000 J an. and J uly.., July ’67
5
Marine
100
400,000 Jan. and July. July’67
6 140
Market
100 1,000,000 Jan. and July.., July ’67
115
5 110
Mechanics’
25 2,000,000 Jan. and July.,, July ’67
6
Mechanics’ (Brook.).
50
500,000 J an. and July... July ’67
6
Mech. Bank. Asso...
50
500,000 May and Nov,.. May ’67
6 112*
Meehan. & Traders’.
25
600,000 May and N ov... May ’67
5
Mercantile
100 1,000,000 May and Nov... May ’67
5
Merchants’
50 3,000,000 Jan. and July. July ’67
5 114
Merchants’ Exch....
50 1,235,000 Jan. and July.. July ’67
5
100 4,000,(XX) Jan. and July.. July ’67
Metropolitan
6 128
Nassau*...
100 1,000,000 May and Nov
May ’67
5
Nassau (Brooklyn)
100
300,000 Jan. and J uly.. July ’67
5
National (Gallatin)
50 1,500,000 April and Oct... Apr. 67
6 no*
New York
100 3,000,000 Jan. and July... July ’67
5 120
New York County.. 100
Jan.
200,000 Jan. and
...,

following table shows the monthly range of sales of bank
Exchange Board of Brokers for the first

stocks at the New York

six months of the current year:
Banks.
January. February.

America
...135 -135
Amer. Exchange... 115 -115
Butchers’ & Droy.. 125 -125
Central
102 -110
Chatham
Commerce
110*-115
Commonwealth
106 -106
Continental
100 -102
Com Exchange
East River
100 -100
Fourth
102 -105*
Hanover
108*-108*
-

...

March.

131 -134

Irving

112 -114

113
166
103
11u

104*-106
-

110 -110

^Public

g‘* Nicholas
Seventh Ward

116 -116

i03*-104*
i66‘-i<>6’
105

109*-110
.

-....

135 -135

-

117-117
110 -111
-....

-135’

135

110-110
117 -118

-...

115 -116

-

180-180

118 -118

114 -114

114*-115

H*6*-ii6*

114 -114

124*-i2o"

107*-1074 110 -110
125*-125* 131 -131
110 -111

.

102*-103
..

105 -107
101 -102

102 -105

140 -148
105 -106
115 -115

145 -148
106 -108
115 -116

jjq _uo

110 -110

130 -130
_

i06

-

08

......

-....114 -114

-

114*-115

-

-

106* 107*

-

-

112-112
106 -107

-

112-112
108 -109

-

119-119

11U-112

106 -111

110-114

145

140 _i4Q

_

! ..-i”; in -in

117-117

.

Philadelphia Banks.—The following shows tbe totals of the
leading items of the Philadelphia Banks for last and previous weeks:
June 22. June 29
July 6.
,

p&P11*!
L^11.8

Specie.....
Legal Tenders
Due from Banks
Due to Banks

S?P°8*8
Circulation..

$16,017,150 $16,017,150 $16,017,150
52,968,441 52,538;962 '62,420,272

Decrease.

461,951
16,022 675

Increase.
Decrease.

373,308

365,187

15,964,424 16,105,061
4,520,813
6,040,654

5,030,914
6,147,525

5,268,661 Increase
6,000,088 Decrease.

37,333,279 36,61*,847 37,077,456

.

Increase.
10,642,224 10,641,311 10,640,201 Decrease.
32,149,441 29,766,953 32,145,779 Increase.
2,808,699 3,029,889 3,174,616 Increase,

Croton

Cit.iWm’bg).

$118,690
96,764

82,386
237,749

>*7,437
460,609
1,110

2,378,816
144,727

..

.

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

ii4"

...

.

July..
’67..9&Z2*
300,000 Jan. and July.. July ’67..
6
109
1,000,000 Jan. and July. July ’67
6
1,000,(MX) Jan. and July.. July ’67
.6 104
105*
400,000 Jan. and July.. July ’67
..5
1,000,000 Jan. and July.... July ’67
5 ioi"
300,000 Feb. and Aug... Feb. ’67
6
422,700 Feb. and Aug.. Feb. 6& May’67.5
150
2,000,000 Jan.and July... July ’67
7 140
Peoples’*
412,500 Jan. and July... July ’67
5
Phoenix
1,800,000 Jan. and July... July ’67
4
Republic
2,000,000 Feb. and Aug... Feb. ’67
5
St. Nicholas’
100 1,000,000 Feb. and Aug... Feb.’67
t 1 4*
Seventh Ward
100
112
600,000 Jan. and July.. Jan. ’67
...,6
Second
100
300,000 Jan. and July.. July ’67
5
Shoe & Leather
100 1,500,000 Jan. and July.. July ’67
5 ’09*
Sixth
100
200,000 May and Nov...
State of New York.. 100 2,000,000 May and Nov.
May ’67
.5 109*
Stuyvesant*. 100
200 000
Tenth.
100 1,000,000 Jan. and July... Ju’y ’67
6 103*
Third
100 1,000,000 Jan. and July... July ’67
5
Tradesmen’s.
40 1,000,000 Jan. and July... July *67
..7
Union
60 1,500,000 May and Nov...
May ’67
6 lieT
Williamsburg City*. 50
COO 000 Jan. and July.. July.*67 .....8*

NewYorkExchange.

115-111*1104-113

109 -110

_

115-116

115 -115*
108*-109

105 -106
101 -112

140 -142

101 -103

-

104 -106

110 -111

118 -118

-106"

-

106 -107

113-113
111 -113

117 -117
311 -111

..

-

-106*
-123-100

-

105*-105*
123 -124* 123 -126

105

-112

135 -135

-

106 -107

110
104
123
100

107* 107 -no

115-117
110 -111

-

-

-

shoe aud Leather.. 110-112
State of New York. 106 -108

Tradesmen’s
Union

102*-103
118*-li9

112*-114

-...104 -104

-

-

New York
Ninth
North America
Ocean
Oriental
Park
Phoenix

-113

-

Metropolitan
123 -123
National (Gallatin). 110-110

114 -119

112 -112

-iii
-

112 -115
106 -106

-

.........

111

-

103j-l04* 104 -105* 104 -105

-

-

-

-116
-108
-304
-119

115 -118
_

1091-110* 1094-111

-

June.
........

-

-

110 -112

101 -105

May.
137*-137*

116 -116* 112*-113

-

..

109 -111
140 -140

-

Leather Manufact
Manhattan
Market
Mechanics’..
116-116
Meehan. B. Assoc*. Ill -111
Merchants’
115 -115
Merchants’Exch... 108 -108

April

-....J35-135

115 -115* 115 -115

Import. & Traders' 112 -113* 112 -113 112




24,725,794
24,804,153
24,771,778
24,768,947
24,727,333
24,801,823

Last Paid.

Periods.

.

Bailees

266,494

Dividend.

.

Clearings

15,800,271
,13,485,936
38,251,040
24,801,823

LIST.

-

,

15,065,466

CO

National.)

not

STOCK

.

_

94,747,778
916,298

-Circulation.—
National.
Statem

Tenders.
17,17 ,901

Deposits.
"571,526
37,006,894
436,767 16,767,854 36,033,716
511,095 15.719,795 36,039,933
470,544 15,758,396 36,521,129
517,456 16.055,141 37,473,337
915,298 15,065,466 38,251,040

BANK

America (Jer. City)
American
American Exchange.
Atlantic
Atlantic (Brooklyn).

.

July 8.
$41,91)0,000

series of weeks

a

Legal
Loans.

3,000,000 fan. and July..
100,00) Jan. and July
The deviations from the returns of the previous week are as fol¬
100
600,000 Jan. and July..
100 5,000,000 May and Nov..
lows:
75
300,0001 Jan. and July..
Loans..........
Inc. 13,813,283 Deposits
Inc. $5,311,055
50
500,00) Jan. and July..
Specie
Inc. 3,084,175 Legal Tenders
Inc. 1,021,717 Bowery
100
250,000 Jan. and July.
Circulation
Inc
126,S37
25 1,000,000 Jan. and July..
Broadway
50
Brooklyn
300,000 Jan. and July..
The following are the totals for a series of weeks past:
Bull’s Head*
50
200,000) Quarterly....
CirculaLegal
Aggregate Butchers & DroverB 25
800,000 Jan. and July
Loans.
Specie.
tion.
100 3,000,00)0 Jan. and July
Deposits. Tenders. Clearings Central.
May 4.
250.877,558
9,902.177 33,571,747 195.729,072 70,587,407 559,860,118 Central (Brooklyn)..
50
200,00) Jan. and July
May 11.. 253,682,829 14,959,590 33,595,S69 200.342.832 67,996.639 524,319.769 Chatham
25
450,000 Jan. and July
May 18.. 257.911,874 15,567.252 33,632,301 201,436,854 63,828,501 503,675,793 Chemical
100
300,000 Quarterly^
May 25.. 256,091,805 14,083,667 33.697,253 193.673,345 60,542,440 431,732,622 Citizens’
25
400,000 Jan. and July.,
June 1. 252,791,514 14,617,070 33,747,039 190,386.143 58,459,827 442,675.585
100 1,000,000 May and Nov.
City
June 8. 250,477,298 15,699,0:38 33,719,088 184,730,335 55.923,107 461.734,210
50
City (Brooklyn)
300,000 Jan. and July.,
June 15. 246,22',465 12,656,389 33,707,109 18 *,317,763 57,924,294 460,968,602
Commerce
100 10,000,000 Jan. and July.
1 nn
rnn nrvi
June 22 243,640,477
9.399,585 33,033,171 179,477,170 62,816,192 442,440,804
100
Commonwealth.....
750,000 ,Jan. an(j jujy
June 29 242,547,954
Continental.
7,768,996 33,542,560 186,213,257 70.174,755 493,944,354
100 2,000,000 Jan. and July..
July 6 246,361,237 10,853,171 33,669,397 191,524,312 71,196,472 494,081,990 Com Exchange*
100 1,000,000 Feb. and Aug..

The

July 1.
$41,900,000
92,996,703
617,456
16,055,141
14,177,928
12,103,321
37,475,337
24,727,383
266,353

;

(Marked thus *

Clearings for the week ending June 29, 1867
Clearings for the week ending July 6, 1867

Deposits.
37,332,144
37,252,614
37,174,269
37,333,279
36,616,847
37,077,456

10,637,432
10,642,920
10,046,298
10,642,224
10,641,311
10,640,201

following are the footings of the last
compared with those of the three previous

Loans

Companies.

266,231

53,158,124
53,192,049
52,968,441
52.538,962
52,420,272

June 17.

148,197
116,036
191,184

549,553

695,753

834,393
346,615
368,261
373,308
365,187

$41,900,000

Capital

259,511
284,996

313,287
4,555,425

Circulation.

Specie.

weeks:

5,721.214
501,211

Philadelphia

series of weeks.

a

10,853,17133,669,897 191,524,312 71,196,472

200,000

100,000
250,000

Bowery National
Total

1,839,350

2,000.000
500.000

452,236
491,880

257,277
195,?20
4,492

1,499,069

257,596
2,193,838
143,‘247
715,880
178,669
20.105
4,148.577
377,?24
193,000
5,933.522
746,371
994.494
7,641,111
1,119,441 5,937,120
3.902.663
900,000
58,946
2,484,310
79,420
786,419
481,811
25,561
2,526,971
140,965
1,577,705
15,622
389.543
3,969.843
858,750
77,292
i:>0,698
1.623.663
1.217.229
18,842
6352
332,948
1,697,756
89,339
1,697.202
52,466
287,946
8,000
195,687
1,459.000
96,805 2,154,825
5,259,342
1,292.860
20,323
131,181
4,227
1,601,831
77,141
562.100
71.105
1,905,376
755.594
1,009,095
17,527
949,585
57,669
3,152,660
18,325
8,41S
1,879,715
103,286
569,975
2,700,185
2,578.955
68,796
243,727
8.852
9,075
1,068,743
30,441
356.500
1,572,426
924,576
14,070
99,331
4,743,162
66,065
502,852
993.500 17,301,082
525,065
10,364
1,137,952
308.494
79,450
758,479
6,146
11,659
17,057
1,126,316
002,029
3,448
283,500'
836
1,171.454
6,691
117,976 2,969,999 13,603,726
54,361 1,680.448 12,428,368
270,000
1,037,807
57,354
901,256
6,739,347
446,438
30,300
3,441,101
47,1*84
2,921,480
799,199
268,405
11,460
727,214
31.700
906.500- 1,912.800
6,930
1,502,707
10,200
180,000
1,190
405,026
90.000
20,283
361,622
225,000
483,549

5,374,930
2,892,687

1,000.000
422,700

Ocean
Mercantile
Pacific

796,907

18,965

2,004,185

300,000
1.235,000
1,500,000
800,000

Merchants’Exchange—

8,035.925

600.000

Tradesmen’s
Fulton
Chemical

[July 13,1867.

Ninth
North America
North River*
Ocean
Oriental*
Pacific
Park

....

—

.

.....

100
100
100
50
50
50
50
100
25
20
100

.

THE CH

July 13,1867.]

ONICLE.

47

SALE-PRICES AT THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.

•

(REPRESENTED BY THE LAST SALE REPORTED OFFICIALLY ON EACH DAY OF THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JULY 12.)
STOCKS

AND

SECURITIES.

Satur. Mod.

American Gold Coin (Ghtlri Rnotri\

139

ues.

**

ea

i

tiurs

i-ri.

138* 138* 138* 139* 139*

National:

United States 6s, 1867

.registered

do
do
do
do

6s,
6s,
6s,
6s,

do
do

do
do
do
de
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

6s, 5-20s (1862)
6s, 5-20s
do
6s, 5-20s (1864)
68, 5.20s
do
6s, 5.20s (i865)

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

do

do

coupon.

registered.

.

.registered.

—

—

—

—

—

.registered

.

—

—

—

coupon

do

Oregon War 1881
do.
do.
(i yearly).
1871
1871
.registered.
1874
1874
.registered.
10-40s
5s, 10-40s
.registered.

—

—

—

—

—

no*
111%

—

107*

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

—

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109%

—

108*
108*
108*
—

—

—

—

114*

—

—

109*

—

-

—

—

—

116
108* 110
—

—

—

—

109
—

102* 102* 102* 102* 102*
10;% 102* 102*

—

7-30s Treas. Notes. ..1stseries. 107* 107* 108*
108* 108*
107
do
do
do
..2d series. 107
107* 107% 108* 107%
do
do
107* 107% 108* 108
do
..3d series. 106*
State :
122
.

—

California 7s
Georgia 6s..

do"

7s

Illinois
do
do
do
do
do
Indiana
do

S3

(new)

84

83*

Canal

Bonds, 1860
Registered, 1860

—

do

do 1877
do 1879.

do

—

—

6s, coupon, ’79, after 1860-62-65-70.

—

—

—

War Loan
93

Kentucky 6s, 1868-72
Louisiana 6s

Michigan 6s
do
7s, War Loan, 1878
Minnesota 8s
Missouri 6s—
95* 96
do
6s, (Hannibal and St. Joseph RR.)...
do
96*
6s, (Pacific RR.)
New York 7s, 1870
;
100
do
68,1867-77
do
6s, 1868-76
do
7s, State Bounty Bonds (coupon).,
do
do '
do
do
(registered) 105
54
55
North Carolina 6s ex-coupon
£4
55
do
6s, (new)
Ohio 68,1870-75
do 6s,1881-86
Rhode Island 6s
Tennessee 5s
do
6s coupon
66*
do
° 6s, (new)
63% 63*

Virginia 6s,
do

6s,

96*

98

97*

99*

100
80

100*

55

56

64*

67
65
51

93

do
6s, Improvement Stock
Jersey City 6s, Water Loan
.

:

45

Cumberland
Delaware and Hudson

37*

39*

154

40*
155

40*

40*

156

60

•

..

Wllkesbarre

60
60
10

44

38*

100

Wyoming Valley
GflW.^Brooklyn
Citizens (Brooklyn)

39*

39

;

60

20

Manhattan
Metropolitan

140

60
100
60

New York

Williamsburg

Improvement.—Boston Water Power
Brunswick City
Canton

Cary

60

20 23

100

22*

47*

100

21*
48

23*

49

49*

23

6
48

100

47* 49* 49* 49* 47%
ih.—Western Union
100 46
Testem Union,Russian Extension. 100
100 107* 107* 107* 108* 109* 109*
Steamship.—Atlantic Mail
140* 140
Pacific Mail
142* 144* 143
100
Iransit.—Central American
100 114*

Telegraph

Nicaragua

100

Trust.—Farmers’ Loan

and Trust
New York Life and Trust

Union Trust.
United States Trust

*

Insurance.—Home
Express.—Adams
American
Merchants’ Union $30 paid
United States

Wells, Fargo &Co.
Mining.—Mariposa Gold
Mariposa preferred




Minnesota Copper
New Jersey Zinc
Quartz Hill

Quicksilver
Rutland Marble
Smith and Parmelee

25
100
100
100
100
100
500

9—

68
65

100 17*

68

66*
63

18

100
100

70
64
10

100

24* 23*

100

11

10*

64
11

24

24*

68
65
18

70

65

65*

U*
24*

23*

101

32

32* 31*

35*

33*

—

45*

97* ,97%

45%
68*
97%

44%
67%
97

108
93

94*
121

93* 91%
120% 119*

do

77

—

67%
—

69*
78

71
77

70%
77*

63

—

—

50

preferred

50

Illinois Central

100 no
100 122* 123

Indianapolis and Cincinnati
Joliet and Chicago

109* no

100

Long Island
McGregor Western
Marietta and
do

123

123* 124

50
—

50

100

r

100
100

Cincinnati, 1st preferred
do
2d preferred

110% 110% 109%
100 110* 109* 109
100 82* 83* 83* 82% 81% 79*
do
do
guaranteed.. .100
Milwaukee and Prairie du Chien'.lst pref. .100
do
do
do
'2d pref.. .100
Milwaukee and St. Paul
100 44* 44* 44* 46% 48% 46
64
do
do
66* 65
preferred
100 63% 63% 64

Michigan Central
Michigan So. and N. Indiana

100
100 105*
100
100
100

100

27*

105

—

105* 106* 105%
118

27*

27%

27*

27

26*

257

—

100 100* 100* 100% 101* 102* 101*
50 111* 105% 105* 105* 104* 103%

Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago
;

St. Louis, Alton and Terre Haute
100
do
do
do
preferred. 100
Stonington
100
Toledo, Wabash and Western
50
do

104%

256

.100

Reading

65

—

100

53

50* 50%

50% 51

50*

48*

preferred.... 50 71* 71%

do

100

—

Railroad Ronds:

do

91
103
—

Income

Chicago,Burlington and Quincy, 8 per cent..

Chicago & Great Eastern, 1st mortgage
Chicago and Milwaukee, 1st mortgage
Chicago and Northwestern, Sinking Fund....
do
do
do
do

Interest
Extension

do
do
do
do

—

Chicago and Rock Island, 1st mortgage.......
Chicago. R. I. and Pacific, 7 i ercent.s
Cleveland and Pittsburg, 2d mortgage
ila
do
do
3d mortgage, cony..
do

85
80

84*

do

94
“

1

2d mort.
,

do 2d mortgage, 1879
do 3d mortgage, 1883...
do 4th mortgage, 1880
do 5th mortgage, 1888
Galena and Chicago, extended
do
do
2d mortgage
Great Western, 1st mortgage
do
do
2d mortgage
Hannibal and St. Joseph, 1st Mortgage

102*
87

90
87

—

73

73*

—

"

104

—

—

1867
113

no* 110*

—

—

—

—

95

—

V

—
—

94
84

2d mort...
3d mort...

....

Troy, Salem and Rutland, 1st mortgage.

Telegraph, 7s

—

—

St. Louis, Alton and Terre Haute, 1st mort ..
do
do
do
2d, pref....
do
do
do
2d, income.

Western Union

—
—

98* 100

—

Mississippi, 1st mortgage
Peninsula, 1st mortgage

2d Tnortarae^

—

—

90*

Ohio and

do
v do

—

—

do
do
2d mortgage
New York Central 6s, 1883
do
do
6s, 1887
do
do
7s, 1876
do
do
7s, convertible, 1876
New York and New Haven—

do

——

—

Milwaukee and Prairie du Chien, 1st mort....
Milwaukee and St. Paul, let mortgage
do
do
2d mortgage
Moms and Essex, 1st mortgage

do
do

74

—

Consolidated and Sinking Fund
3d mortgage, 1868

McGregor Western, 1st mortgage
Marietta and Cincinnati, 1st mortgage
Michigan Central 8s, 1869-72
do
do
8s, new, 1882
Michigan Southern, Sinking Fund
do
do
2d mortgage, 7s
do
do
Goshen Line, 1868

do

90
87
—

Harlem, 1st mortgage, 1S69-72

do
do

89*

.

7s

do

80

—

4th mortgage
new

85*

—

—

Toledo, Sinking Fund
do

—

90

1st mortgage
consolidated

Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw, 1st mortgage..
Toledo and Wabash, 1st mortgage, extended,
36

96%

67%

Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and ChicAgo, 1st mort..

50
15
25
100
25

100
100

Hudson River

do
convertible,
Illinois Central 7s, 1875

24*
5*

45*

121% 121* 120*

100 68
100 77

Hudson River, 1st mortgage, 1869
do
2d mortgage, (S. F.), 1885
do
3d mortgage, 1875

20

Jersey City and Hoboken

50

Harlem

do

£6

Harlem

45*

50 .so* 88*

1

do preferred
Hannibal and St. Joseph
do
do
preferred

do

100

46

100 96%
100

Erie, 1st mortgage, 1868

JO

60

100
100
100
100

Consolidated

100

T.

Erie

do

.60

—

146

100 67* 66% 67% 67*

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, 1st mort

100

Kri

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western(scrip) 50
Dubuque & Sioux City......
100

do
Cleveland and
do

t

Pennsylvania
Schuylkill
Spring Mountain
.Spruce Hill

Cleveland and Pittsburg
Cleveland and Toledo

do

86*

Municipal:

Ashburton
Butler
Cameron
Central

Chicago and Northwestern
do
do
preferred
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati

Buffalo, New York and Erie, 1st mort., 1877..
Central of N w Jersey, 1st mortgage
Chicago and Alton, Sinking Fund
do
do
1st mortgage

65* 66
63* 63*

Thurs.

114

Wed.

122
114

146*

59

55

Tuee.

preferred

do

Troy, Salem and Rutland

105*
55

Brooklyn 6s
do
6s, Water Loan
do
6s, Public Park Loan

Miscellaneous Shares
Goal. —American.

do

do

coupon
new

New York 7s
do
6s
do
5s...

.100

Panama

96*
79*

Mon.

Chicago and Alton

Morris and Essex
New Jersey
New York Central
New York and New Haven
New Haven and Hartford
Norwich and Worcester
Ohio and Mississippi Certificates

War Loan..
bs,
5s

Railroad Stocks S
Central of New Jersey

110*

—

—

S&tur

—

109* no* no* no*
no*
109* 110
Ill* 111* 111* 111% 112*
10 8* 109% 109* 1<9*
108*
109*
109%
1C8*
109* 109* 109* 109%
108*
109* 109*
107* 108* 108* 108%
107*
108* 108% ior*
—

—

6s,
6s,
5s,
5s,
5s,
5s,
5s,

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

do

registered.

.

—

138

—

.

5.20s

—

-

..registered
6s, 5.20s
do
6s, 5.20s (1865 new)
cwpon.
6s, 5.20s
do
registered
5.20s (1867)

do

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

1868
1868
1881
1881

—

STOCKS AND SECURITIES.

96

95

84*

—

—

85

84%
79

,

-

—

'

92*

—

79*

80

—

—

78
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Exports of Leading Articles from New York.

<&t)t Commercial ®imeo.
COMMERCIAL

The

following table, compiled from Custom House returns, shows the
exports of leading articles of commerce from the port of New York
since January 1, 1867. The
export of each article to the several ports
for the past week can be obtained by deducting the amount *n the last

EPITOME.

number of the

Friday Night.

July 12.

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and general trade has been at a fair average, with a

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12|c. Cum¬
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This
Since
Same
week. Jan. 1. time’66
168
3,415
3,048

Ashes, pkgs.

2,560 70,740
33,289 308,119

Malt

Barley

43,869

Grass seed

Flaxseed

46,318

....

Beans
Peas
C. meal,bbls.
C. meal,bags.
Buckwheat &
B.W. flour,bg

Cotton, bales
Copper, bbls...
Copper, plates.
..

7,720
16,866
281,774
1,581 42,984
....

....

....

1,421 214,292

6,085
4,915 395,561
5 3

935
7,993
52 21,091
9,972

Driedfruit,pkgs

Grease, pkgs
Hemp, bales
Hides, No
Hops, bales.

5,966

565

40

-

3,177

Molasses, hhds

and bbls
Naval Stores—
Crude trp,bbl

319

...

Spirits turp..

937

2,448

13,254
4.627

30,677

34
56

pkgs
..

2,207
30

..

Oil, Petroleum.

21,722

227,533;Peanuts, bags.

306

262,444 Provisions—
157,67
Butter, pkgs..
Cheese
100,183
Cut meats....
4,446
38,7(54
Eggs
141,143

217

67,933

Beef, pkgs.
215,073, Lard, pkgs....
Lard, kegs....
6,995' Rice, pkgs
388,527 Starch
...

176,279 210,787
11,253 37,401
3,366
1,498

3,212;Spelter, slabs...
5,487i Sugar, hhds &
2,279
bbls
353 Tallow, pkgs...

286
4.850

5,072
2,821

3,6( >01 Tobacco, hhds..

4,878 Wool, bales
Dressed
Hogs,
No
9,305
Rice,
rough,
bush
25,549
24,250

Buttons

75

..

Cotton, bales.

DrugB, &c.
Bark, Peruv
JBlea

p’wd’rs

Brimst. tns.
Cochineal...
Cr Tartar
Gambier....
Gums, crude
Gum, Arabic
...

70,344

10,915

7,806

4,435

511,968

450,540

1,734

31
20
118
13
62

16.159
9,551
1,341

*i;38

11,847
9,488

5,504

8:10

Spelter, lbs.
Steel

Sugar,bxs&bg

7,231i Tobacco

Madder

Oils, ess
Oil, Olive...

54

2,605

2,072 Waste

1,728
3.159
2,062

2,P33
7,217

tZ

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2,149

1
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Soda, hi-carb 1,000
Soda, sal.... 1,546
343
Soda, ash...

Flax

"70

Furs...

Gunny cloth

.

Hair

*185

Hemp, bales..
Hides, &c.
Bristles

Hides.dres’d
India rubber..

Ivory
Jewelry
Watches....
Linseed
Molssses
Metals, &c.

Cutlery......

65

19,024
482

89,026

14,486
18.965
995

24,067

7,328
2.223

10,588

143

24,947

6

1,352

48

79,166
19,039

1,838

1,059

2,694

455

21,322
2,394
7;,267
1,081
4,757

12
10

2,739
Wines
77,731 Wool, bales...

359
482

225,7:14
99,884
1,931

2,803
76,514

78 459

5,775
2,801

g

110
3

1.035
3,193

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Pepper...
Saltpetre...

2,022

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75,813

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3,781,015
5,711 Rice
14,lt)9 194,260 384,054
13,346 Spices, &c.
337
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6,115
3,689
72,616 86,826
52,681 30,666
87,028 42,650
31,218 54,209

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26,343
Articles reported by value.
Cigars
$
$220,899 $987,635
Corks
6,060
145,085
78,847
Fancy goods. 65.872 1,982,321 2,246,780
Fish
25,512
375,636 580,004
Fruits, «fec.
Lemons.... 21,768 289,823 311,748
Oranges... 10,273 640,830 252,881

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3,634
Tin slabs,lbs 33,600 2,148,654
4,228,706
14,149 Rags
77
'39,302
29,227
11,228 Sugar,
hhds,
467
tes & bbls..
8,009
192,200 244,303
713
11,989 Tea...

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Lead, pigs..

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week.
1867.
Hardware...
Ill
5,773
Iron,RR b’rs 11.861
184,164

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Indigo




2,663

59,903
230

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as

following table, compiled from Custom House returns, shows
the foreign imports of certain
leading articles of commerce at this por
for the week ending
July 5, since Jau. 1, 1867, and for the correspond
ing period in 1866 :

Coal, tons
11,244
^57
Cocoa, bags...
Coffee, bags
13,750

OOC0

as

The

Same
time
1866.
3,603

,2

>

C

Since
Jan. 1,
1867.

8;

56.911

35,733

Imports of Leading Articles.

For
the
week

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4.267 155,130 109.603
7 119,943 90,555
135 25,748 46,243
497 95,502 78,730

Pork

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12,753 276,7&5 211,270
55,S36 350,809 157,388

1,152,295[Whiskey, bbls..

4,858 188,160

Leather,sides.53,543 1,367,111
Lead, pigs
1,193

11,106

HiCf

:

This
Since Same
week. Jan. 1. time’66.

Rosin
Breadstuff's—
Tar
Flour, bbls.. 24,610 723,768 1,122,073 Pitch
Wheat, bush. 35,432 752 602
894,US7 Oil cake,
Corn
631,409 4,018,973 7,587,635 Oil, lard
Oats
214,6151,235,048 2,571,928

Rye

follows

as

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since

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receipts of domestic produce for the week ending July 6,

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July 13, 1867.]

THE CHRONICLE.
COTTON.

We have this week

10,500 bales, the market
closing quiet but firm

Friday, P. M., July 12, 1867.
still further decrease in the
receipts

a

the total reaching only 7,932 bales
(against 9,186 bales last week, 10,023 bales the
previous week
and 10,952 bales three weeks
since), making the aggregate re¬
ceipts since Sept. 1, this year 1,823,023

Received this week at*—
Receipts. I Received this week at—
New Orleans
bales
2,156 | Florida
Mobile
415 North Carolina

Charleston
Savannah

I

1,234

Texas

1.181 I

Tennessee, Kentucky, &c
The aggregate
week of 1866

was

68
114
320

J Virginia

1,737

Total receipts for week

!

677

7,932

receipts at all the ports for the
corresponding
10,464 bales.

In the
exports there is a con¬
siderable decrease this
week, the total reaching 24,257 bales,
against 36,688 bales last week and 14,556 bales the
previous
week.
Below we give the
particulars of the week’s
shipments from all the
ports:
*

t

Liver-

From
New York
Boston
New Orleans
Mobile

pool.
4,322

—Exported this

week to
Bor- Barce-

.

Ham-

621
.

Havre, deaux. Iona. Bremen.
bur<r. Total.
371
465
727
5,885

6,3S0

344

1S5

3,299

'185

....

3,299
2,866

...

Total this week....

For the

22,116

371

corresponding week in

all the ports amounted to

234

344

465

1866 the

727

24,257

shipments from

only 6,317 bales.

at all

the ports

since Sept. 1, showing at
receipts, exports, stocks, &c.:
Receipts and Exports

of

Stocks at
rec’d

PORTS.

SINCE
SEPT. 1.

N. Orleans, July 5..

Mobile, July 5
Charleston, July 5..
Savannah, July 5..
Texas, June 28
New York, Julyl2t.
Florida, July 5$...
N. Carolina, July 12
Virginia. July 12.
Other ports, July 12+
....

.

..

To ttl

'

704,818
227,870
149,461
225,653
173,002

113,655
57,073

a

glance the

Great France
Other
Britain.
for%n.

387,425 155,953 48,376
141,969 4,362 3,506
74,174
3,524
74Q

105,763
58,303

\

959
.

.

.

356,003 27,572 59,642
1j
3,011
....

37,505

534

103,005
30,981

12,901

27,531

«...

....

....

Total.

591,754

149,837
7S,438

106,722
7,798 \ 66,101

.

•

•

•

•

....

321

443,217
3,011

NORTH.

220,1558 56,107
59,546 12,785
78,935 3,239
103,901 8,838
82,907 10,907
SO,000
39,149
480
....

534

36 972

12,901

89,715

27,852

1,823,023 1,167.611 192,370 120,383
1,480,367

STOCK.

PORTS.

*

total

Below

reaching only 207,000 bales), and the continu¬
ed reduction of these stocks
by large shipments to Europe,
have raised the question where our
now

30

shipments reaching only 5,885 bales,
week.

The particulars of these

..

give

we

...

table showing the exports of Cotton
from New York, and their direction for
each of the last four
weeks ; also the total
exports and direction since September
1^ 1866; and in the last column the total for the same
period
of the previous
year :
our

Exports of Cotton (bales) from
NewYork since Sept.
1,1866
WEEK ENDING

EXPORTED TO

J une
17.

5,933

Total to Gt. Britain..

Havre.
Other French ports

7,982

194

274

....

;

27,566

34,002

6

....

88

194

274

371

27,572

34,090

844
761
570

1,898

1,029

465
727

34,941
15,816

6,582

17,745
15,097
6,052

2,175

3,662

56,830

38,894

1,851

1,880

251

75

Europe

Spain, Oporto and Gibraltar

All others

1,149

..

...

1,192

991

Spain, etc

....

...

....

j

|

8,302

952

...

991

....

12,990

...-.

Receipts of cotton
and since Sept. 1 :

735

....

....

2,634

5,885 443,217

12,909

459,752

Since

Sept. 1.

Bales. Bales.
862
650

..

..

..

126,782
62,469
96,240

1,09?

..

754

2,S03

....

at the port of New York for the
week

week.

Florida
Total for the week
Total since Sept. 1

following

871

....

823

Hamburg

The

4,322 356,003 384,134

104

Other ports

From
New Orleans
Texas
Savannah
Mobile

....

5,933

....

Bremen and Hanover

Total

4,322 349,946 367,172
6,057
17,962

....

104

...

prev.
year.

date.

8.

7,982

....

to

July

1.

11,737

^.

Total FreneU

Total to N.

July

24.

....

Same
rime

Total

June

11,737

Liverpool

Other British Ports

340

25,847

This

Since

week.

From
South Carolina
North Carolina

Sept. 1.

Bales. Bales.
1,906
59,147

.

Norfolk, Baltimore, &c.
Per Railroad

72
170
518

.

.

32,262

—

.

5.

.

_

T

T

30,929
74,699

117,982
—

4,915

T

626,357

the receipts of cotton at Boston, Phila
delphia and Baltimore for the last week, and since
Sep-

tember 1

are

-

:

,—Boston.—v
Last
week.
711

...

711,783 207,356

27#

29

Denmark, 1,893

....

§35,000

27#

28

Cotton this week from New York show

This

The market this week has been
very quiet but firm all the
week. The reduced stocks in this and
the Southern markets

(the total

167

SHIF-

m’ntsto

26#

28

decrease, the

Grand Total

EXPORTED SINCE SEPT. 1 TO—

21
23
25

per ship Thornton, 1,160. Total
4,322
This includes 194 hales, the
cargo#
reported as having cleared in the Chronicle
of*
.tune 29, but.
subsequently put hack in distress. Total hales
lo Bremen, per
371
steamer—New Yoru, 465. Total bahs
To Hamburg, per steamer-1
465
eutouia, 727. Total hales
72T

total

Cotton (bales) since
Sept. 1, and
Rates Mentioned.

25

21

bales
To Havre, per
steamer—Fulton, 565.
of the Morning
Star,

The total for¬

eign exports from the United States since
September 1 now7
amount to
1,480,367 bales, against 1,466,015 bales for the
same
period last year, and the stocks reach
only 207,356
bales, against 347,207 bales at the same time in 1866. Be¬
low we give our usual table of
the movement of Cotton

23

20#

6,773
4,628

..

Charleston
Savannah
Galveston

N. Orleans
& Texas

24

The exports of

Baltimore,

Mobile.

21
22
24

22

Middling

a

Florida.

21

Good Middling

621

49

$ lb

against 12,909 bales last
shipments are as follows :

Receipts.

bales

Upland.

Ordinary
Good Ordinary
Low Middling

bales, against 1,975,The details of the

at the follow¬

ing quotations:

of cotton at all the
ports,

197 bales for the same
period in 1865-6.
week’s receipts are as follows :

49

Receipts from—
New Orleans
Texas

Savannah

978
775

Mobile
Florida

-

South Carolina
North Carolina

-

T

-

Since

r-Philad’phia.—> .—Baltimore.—,
Last
Since

Sep. 1.

week.

6^,771

9,992

16,8:6

•

112

•

New York, «fcc*....

612

159

•

-

.

129
21

9,633
55,207
30,981

....

...

Since

Sep. 1.
951

-

407
184

7,006
200

....

...

2.606

1,005

....

....

Last
week.

....

7,749
1,020

660

Tennessee, Kentucky, &c...

•••

15,163
29,717
6,036

Virginia

Sep. 1.

43
2203

mm*

7,130
2,464

13,885

•••-*
•

-

«

domestic spinners are to
Total receipts
bales 3,235 234,116
cure
150
supplies for the next two or three months, when the pro¬
+22,372
451
32,043
re¬
*
Reshipments.
ceipts at the ports drop down to the minimum
+ This does not include the railroad
receipts at Philadelphia.
prices have rather strengthened in the face of figures. Hence
a decline of a
There have been no
half-penny in Liverpool, and continued'dull accounts from that
exports this week from these cities
point and from Manchester. Some speculative confidence has except 621 bales from Boston, all of which were
shipped to
been
Liverpool per steamer China.
developed during the week, money being very
easy, but
the demand for
Shipping News.—We have
spinning has been very light. The important
given above the vessels in
features in the
dry goods market have temporarily checked which the foreign shipments for the week were
made from
operations on the part of manufacturers, but stocks are
gener¬ the Northern ports; we now add the same information with
ally light with them, and continued production must soon
regard to the Southern ports :
bring them into the market. The sales of the week are
about

*

In this table, as well ns in
our general table of
from the receipts at each
receipts, &c., we deduct,
port for the week all received at such
Southern
port from other
ports. For instance, each week there is a certain amount
from Florida to
shipped
Savannah, which in estimating the total
ducted as the same shipment
receipts must be de¬
appears in the Florida return. We are
ticular in the statement of this
thus par¬
fact, as some of our readers fail to
+ The receipts given for these
understand it
ports are only the shipments from
Tennessee.
Kentucky, <fcc., not otherwise enumerated.
X These are tne receint* at all thu
ports of Florida to June
21, except
Apalachicola, which are only to June 14.
$ Estimated. The stock at New York is also




estimated.

....

....

Exported this week from—
5!
Total bales
New Orleans—To
Liverpool, per ship J. H. Stetson, 3,372—J. H.
ltyerson, 3,008
6,380

To
To

Bordeaux, per hark Bon Fils, 49
5
Barcelona, per brig Antoinita, 344
Mobile—To Liverpool, per ship Prince
Consort, 3,354...
Elwood, 1,274

Charleston—To Barcelona,

Savannah—To
Island

Liverpool,

per
per

49
344

per schr. A

brig Polacre Elena, 185 bales Upland..
Alahabad, 2,686 Upland and 61t Sea'

Galveston—To Liverpool,
per harks Patriot, 730; Brothers. 1,030
per schooner King Fisner, 1,106
Total exports this week from Southern
ports

.

-

.hales.

4,628
185

3,299
2,866

17,751

[July 13,1867.

THE CHRONICLE.

50

July 5, show a small decrease in the receipts, the total for
being 2,156 bales, against 2.208 bales last week, and 2,395

previous week.

bales, of which

Annexed is

week ending

July 6.—The mail returns for the

New Orleans,

cotton at this

the week
bales the

Sea Island....

Mobile
Orleans

d.

d.

41

20#

30

d-

d.

Broacl»

1^# 13#
27# 16
12#
173* 12
6#

Dhollerah

11

IS

Egyptian

11
11#

13#
14

..

1667.

1866,

d.

Pernambuco.. 29

18

13#

19#

29#

d.

Middling—

d.

27

34

Upland....... 29#

Boston, 83 bales to Philadelphia,
Stock on hand, July 5, was 56,107 bales.

344 bales to Barcelona. 350 bales to

and 798 bales to New York.

d.

1864. 1865.

1866. 1867.

1864. 1865.

Middling—

The shipments for the last week were 7,954
6,808 bales were to Liverpool, 49 bales to Bordeaux,

of middling qualities of

a statement showing the price
date for a series of years :

12

11%'
8#
?#
7#

6#

The stocks of cotton in Liverpool, London and Havre, including the
receipts, sales and exports for a series of weeks, aud the stock,
price of middling, rates of freight to Liverpool and N«w York, and supplies of American and Indian produce afloat to there ports, are
price of gold at the close of each week since May 3, were as follows: now as under :—
The

Freights

/

Rec’ps. Sales. Exp.
May 3.... 5,127 16,400 11,891
10....
4,592 19,600 12,364
17....
4,800 20,150 19,109
24....
4,256 10 800 20,719
“
31...
4,0% 13,250 18,285
June 7.... 3,358 11,400 13,871
Date.
41

“

“

44

2,0% 9,100 14,100
2,395 11,550 6,466
2,208 6,650 19,112

14
21....
28....
.

“
“

.

2,156

July 5.,..
*

5,750

7,954 56,107 nom.

17-32@9-16 #@—
17-32@9-16
@~
17-32@9-16 ?i@%@ # 1 @#® — 1 @—
#@ — 1 @~
15-32@ # 1 ®—
15-32@ # 1 @—
#@ — 1 @-

“

London
Havre
American cotton afloat
Indian
44
Afloat to Havre

gold.
137

748,670
68,231
82.761

44

@137>4

135%@

1,014,600
81,548
158, 86
70,000
665,750
36,943

..Bales

Liverpool

Stock at

17-32@9-15 #@- 136#@136#

26 ©— @26 @—
26 @27
26 @—

86,040
90.147
79.686
76,751
60,583

Price

York.*

pool.

Stock. Mid.
134.5>3 26 @27
128,099 25 @26
115,547 27 @28
»9,228 26*@—

1867

1866.

,

To Liver-To New

Price

....

136#@I36#
136#@13S#
136% @
136 @
1373^ @138
138 @138%
139 @

..

1,661,212

from the United Kingdom since
with the corresponding

cotton

exports of

the comperiod in

compared

mencement of the year

1S67, have been

:
To date To date For year
1866.
1867.
1866.
bales.
bales,
bales.

To (fate To date For year
1866.
1867.
1866.
b ties.
biles.
bales.

By steam.

69,600

2,027,727

Total.

The

55,000
636, S60

limited, owing
773,141
208,015 East Ind., &c.207,942 189,804
131,919 122,711
discouraging Liverpool advices and the small supply offering. American
9,387
111,685 China
Brazil
37,296
1,457
1,541
67,520
Sales for the week reach only 5,750 bales, and at the close quotations
19,524
Egyptian, &e. 7,168 12,062
are nominal—we hear of sales of low middling (Liverpool classification)
Total
14,813
West lnd.,&c. 7,313
393,095 397,207 1,136,565
3,569
at 23@23^.
Domestic exchange has shown but little variation. BaukOf the present stock of cotton nearly 52^ per cent is American.
ers checking on New York \ per cent, premium.
The rate for com¬
SALES, ETC., OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
mercial has been |@5-16 premium for New York sight
Sterling ex¬
Same
Total
Ssdes this week.
Average
change closed 1524(a) 153 for bankers.
this
Ex- Speculaperiod weekly sales.
Charleston, July 6.—The receipts for the week ending July 5
1866.
1866.
1867.
Trade. port.
tion. Total. year.
amount to 1,784 bales, against 1,145 bales last week.
l. 20,670
Shipments for
4,440 1,770 26,880 743,930 684,490, 20,910 19,010
5.920
4,680
3,350 1,350
4,700 164,:90 205,630
this week amount to 1,579 bales, (against 3,574 bales last week), of
140
100
2,000
107,460 112,990
3,680
3,770
1,760
which 185 bales were to Barcelona, 1,237 bales were to New York,
560
10
52,880
47,170
2,160
1,590
1,580
1,590
29 bales to Philadelphia, and 128 bales to Baltimore.
573,670 564,040 12,630 15,490
The receipts
16,470 7,280 1,310 25,060
30
20
20
20
3,320
1,920
sales and exports for a series of weeks, and the stock, price of middling
rates of freight to Liverpool and New York, and price of gold at the
Total
43,860 13,770 3,190 60,820 1,645,4501,616,240 43,630 45,710
close of each week since May 3, were as follows:
-StocksThe movement in the market this week has been very

to the

.......

,

,

.

....

.

.

ShipDate. Rec’ts. Sales, meats. Stock.
7,995
1,549 1,474 3,105
May 3.
931
580
10.
9,458
2,294
881 4,926
17.
6,321
1,589
476 3,490
24
5,366
2,535
“
496 1,567
31.
5,6 >1
1,335
.

“

1,589

5,S15

1,889
1,252
3,574

5,463
3,034

24#@25
26 ®-.6#
25 @—
@—
25 @26
25 @....
25 ®....
24# ©25

1,579

3,239

25

.

“

.

“

.

.

June 7.
“
14.
“
21.
“
28.

.

.

750
.

1,145

July 5..
*

937
759
431
379
517

1,753
1,689

1,784

rreigm ior upi a—,
Price of
To LiverTo New
Price
York.*
mid.
uool.
cold.
25 ©....
#@#@— 135 @136

5.665

—

@26

-@— 137 @138

#@#@#@—
#@—
#@#@#@ #@—
#@-

75c bale 136 ©138
75c bale 13t: @138
75c bale 137 @138
75c bale 1% @137
75c bale 137 @...
75c bale 138 @
75c bale 13S@138$

75c

-lmports-

Same
date
1866.

Dec. 31»

1,156,130 389,760

444.950

167,270

120,360

41,760

50,690

23,180

26,530

11,620
270,100
2,S40

To this To this
This
date
date
1866.
week.
1867.

919,819 890,568
273,139 287,234
U'6,705 129,378

8,611

American
Brazilian

57,541
770,592

1,544,675

149,190
56,380
26,070
125,400

894

722

West Indian
East Indian

3,994

12,993

1,870

60,590

IS', 935

China and Japan

404,865
200,083
90,274

30,751 1,765,767 2,139,217

Total

bale!37i@13Si

The market this week has been quite steady, though the reduced
stock has prevented any great activity. At the close prices for the
better grades are somewhat higher, but easier for the inferior qualities,
low middling being quoted at 23 cents, and middling at 25@26 cents.

place.

The annexed particulars relate to East India, China and Japan

cotton:
1S66.

190,657

86,008

57,956

Deliveries from Jan. 1 to June 27

prices

**

10

3,791

17
24
31

5.046

13,934

1,823
3,399
5,547

15,082
13,337
10,872

3,224

10,969

June 7
“

“

14
21
28

17,108

608

11,294

2,674

2,407

11,027

23#@26 ®—
24#®—
25 @—
21 #@25
25
@~
24 #@25
24 @24#
23 @23#

4,23S
8,8o8
The market has not shown much animation this week, the unfavor¬

July 5

81,548

68,231

157,696

advices having induced buyers to hold off waiting for
quotations. At the close the market rules dull at 20c. for good
ordinary,21 @21^ for low middling,and ‘23@23^ for middling. Freights
have continued dull. We quote to Liverpool |d.@7-16d. for square,
and fd. for round bales; steam to New York 1c.
European

to

of these markets

are lower. Very ordinary
12*2f. 50c. on the spot.
IMPORTS

81,537

AND

New Orleaus sold yesterday at 120f.

DELIVERIES JAN.

1

TO JUNE

21 ; STOCKS JUNK

21.

-Deliveries—

—Stocks

1866.

1867.

1866.

1867

1866.

184,233

120,599
20,577
56,507

81,700
25,995

112,107

78,489

117,276
24,784
72,517

196,038

225,020

-ImportsAmerican..

Brazilian...

..bales
44
44

39.080

...

Indian

85,687

..

Totaliucl. oth. kinds 321,375
TRICES

215,172

or

AMERICAN

Very
Per 50 ki?o.
New Orleaus....
Mobile

Georgia

...

....

low.
115

15,198

47,248
13,348

27,928

20,010

158,886

82,761

COTTON, JUNE 21.

115

Very
Low.
120
120
120

ord.
130
128
127

<

1867.

—1867.
Ord.
145
143
135

1866.
Good
ord.
160
158
145

Very
Med.
175
170
155

Fine.

200®

..

190®

..

175®

..

low.
150
145
140

Alexandria, June 19.—The arrivals are small. For the better
an improved demand at full prices. Inferior cotton
dull. Good middling qualities are quoted at 14d. to I4$d., fair to

qualities there is
is

tully fair, 15-$d. to - 15fd , and good fair 16£d. to 17d.
shipments siuce the lBt of November have been ;
Great Britain.
bales.

Indian Cotton Markets.—In reference to the state

and

143,980

Havre, June ‘27.—The demand for cotton is in a sluggish state, and

able European
lower

1867.

1865.

106,595

Bales.

Imports, Jan. 1 to June 27

Savannah, July 6.—The receipts for the week ending July 5 were
1,255 bales (of which 21 were from Florida), against 2,407 bales last
week.
The shipments this week were 4,238 bales, of which 3,299
bales were to Liverpool, 268 bales to Baltimore, and 671 bales were to
New York. Below we give the receipts, shipments, prices, tfcc., for a
series of weeks :
Price Mid.
Stock.
Receipts. Shipm’s.
7,071
25 @—
17,787
May 3
“

44

516,77

London, June 2^).— A very moderate business has been transacted
In prices a decline of £d. to
per lb. has taken

Exchange sight on New York is bought by banks at par, and sold at \
per cent, premium. Sterling Exchange $6 65 for 60 days’ bills.

“

365.950
6,120

3,409,020 748,6701,014,600

Stocks, June 27...

“

1866.

in cotton this week.

Steam.

“

This
dav.

374,620

2,483

Egyptian

Total
1866.

per

lb.

Continent.
bales.
435

The
Total.
bales.

correspondent in London writes as follows : *
From Oth to 15th June, 1867
2,614
181,227
30,990
Liverpool, June 29.—During the earlier days of the week the cot¬ Previously from 1st November, 1866
ton trade was dull at drooping prices.
As the we^k, however, ap¬ Total 1st Nov., 1866, to 15th June, 1867...
31,425
183,841
152,416
proached its termination the demand improved, nevertheless, the quo¬ Same period last season
155,105
27,428
tations current to-day show a decline as compared with those current
Do.
1864-65
248,965
40,081
last week.
In American cotton there is a decline of ±d. to .Vd., in
Brazilian of ±d., in Egyptian of £d. to ^d., and in East India of ^d
TOBACCO.
per lb. The total sales of the week amount to 60,820 bales, of which
Friday, P. M., July 12, 1867.
8,190 bales are on speculation, 13,770 bales for export, and 43,860 bales
The prices current for American cotton at this date and'
to the trade.
The exports from all the ports of crude tobacco this week
at this period last year are subjoined :—
continue large though somewhat less than last week. For
1867.
1866.each of the last three weeks the exports of hhds have amount¬
Fair and
Good and
Ordinary
our

...

f—

Sea Island

Stained

Upland

Mbblle

New Orleans.

Texas

and
17
11

middling.

9#©10#
9# @10#
9#©10#
9#@10#

18

12

11

11
11#
11#

good fair.
20
14

12#
12#
13#

13#

24

33
17

fine.
64
18

Mid.

Fair. <

t

,

•

ra

..

•

a

’

©

33
20

13#

15

15#
15#

14

52
22

*
For latest news respecting the Liverpool cotton market see Telegraph des
patches at the close of our London letter in a previous part ol this paper.—VEd

Uojouscial & Financial Chronicle.




5,000, making a total shipment of 16,498 hhds. for
weeks. The receipts, howevei, continue large, so
that the stocks are still on the increase. ‘ On the first of July
the stocks in New York, Baltimore and New Orleans, amount¬
ed to 55,682 hhds., against 43,105, hhds. the first of June,

ed to

14#

13#
14

16

27
18

over

the three

34,307 hhds. the first of May, and 33,305 hhds. the first of
April. Of the shipments this week 1,348 hhds. were to Great

July 13, 1867.]

CHRONICLE.

51

Britain, 1,972 hhds

were to Bremen, 1,627 hhds to France’
and the balance to other ports.
The following table gives the

FOREIGN.

Havana.—Fillers—Common.
“

particulars of the week’s shipments from all the ports:
The port?.

Case. Bals.
450
780

1,773

2,667
30
575

33

Total this week
5,045
Total last week
6,603
Total previous week... 5,880

813

..

Below

103

26

**.*’.

....

RECEIPTS

41

AT

2,907
1,046

103
288
142

24

give

109
44
702

35
30

282,295
125,104
333,804

NEW

YORK

Virginia
Baltimore
New Orleans...

249
200

The following are
for the past week :

utr

To
Great Britain
Sweden

Hhds.
.

Germany
Belgium

Cases. Bales, tcs.
548
2,240
157

7,843

....

l^ louuc
Cer’s

342

...

25,281

4,S96

....

Holland

.

Italy

....

France

....

Spain, Gibralt.&c.

Mediterranean

....

....

....

25

7,402
1,066

.

99

above

.

.

.

.

...

.

_

1,596

97

443
191
759
956
372

513
179
757

....

....

.

.

.

.

*»

82,796

35
30

21

,

.

.

567
.

.

...

.

.

.

•

548
359

*

1
•

•

606,764
72,605
113,040

8

.

1,860
4,449

24

4,797

2,309.046

172! 143
4.55,272
587,536

34,272 14,323

...

626

...

3,678

774

10,166

:

Tcs.&,—Steins^ Bxs. & Lbs.
crns. hhds. bis. pkgs. mant’d.
357 1,943
30,70611,876
774 4,625 5,561,106
51
2 1,785
12
261,916
45
3,203 2,231
516
4,299

Hhds. Cases. Bales.

New York
Baltimore

.34,808

Boston
Portland

...

1,078

.

20

New Orleans

14

5,834

.

Philadelphia
San Francisco

.

.

238
29

.

Total since Nov. 1.... 82,776

.

530
*

124
47
45

31

461

•

...

...

21

Virginia

...

•

...

■

...

34,27214,323

...

•

*

...

.

233
467

...

.

222

...

...

626 3,678

...

82,070
T

-

?74 10,166 £ >,905,608

The market this week has been
fairly active, but a good
deal unsettled. The reports that have reached us
respecting
the German tariff have been so
conflicting that nothing posi¬
tive can be made out of them.
The late or present tariff* is
four to six dollars per hundred pounds. It has been or is
pro¬

51,614

106,580

OF

TOBACCO

FROM

*

.

-

.

898
22

.

.

Cuba

.

.

Hayti

.

.

Other W. Indies
British N. A. Colonies
New Granada

Cases. Bals. Tcs.
20
234
«

.

..

1,773

fests, verified and corrected by an

The direction of the
as

•

•

103

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

12,564

.

.

.

7,226
3,037

.

283
14

184
116

180
....

,

,

,

.

,

.

.

.

....

,

fO
22

.

4

.

.

....

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

,

.

30
15

780

European ports
inspection of the

.

11,076
177,173

.

3,317
14,768

08
.

..

450

-

6,618

....

*

.

78

“

Manuf.
lbs.

Pkgs.

....

6
.

in this table to

ports, have been

•

28

for the week..

The exports

•

.

.

’

Cisplatine Republic...
Argentine Republic....

YORK.*

NEW

.

Sidney

5,905,608

the ports from which the

101,730

403

the exports of tobacco from New York

Hamburg

*

8,906

129

26,494
'853

Glasgow

3,67S
5
50

39,201

699
51

Total export

pkgs.
75,374
3,456

853

403

569

.

hhds.
7,216
3,019
2,049

46,542

4,850

London
Bristol

Bremen
Gibraltar

T’l sin. Nov.l—,

pkgs.
71,360
3,358
25,756

Hhds.

«

92

following table indicates
exports have been shipped
From

.

470
50

...

:..

...

...

...

1,531

41

.

136

«...

....

.

...

.

17,276
46,411
18,215

...

.

955

15
....

.

...

305

....

.

61

14

T’l since Nov. 1.

39;sor

1,111

All others

The

.

EXPORTS

4

...

5,072

1866.

2.049
34.578
129

....

Total

week, and since

NOVEMBER 1.

hhds.
6,967
2,819

738

Manfd,

hhds. bales. & bxs.
lbs.
790 1,144,738
20
774
664
3,186
272,944
472

21

5,663

Austria

Honolulu, &c.

8

612
119

12,709
10,160

Africa, &c
China, India, &c..
Australia
B. N. Am. Prov...
South America....
West Indies
East Indies
Mexico

6,576

&,—Stems—, Pkgs.

average lots

.—Previously—,

98-

4.623

direction, since November 1, 18661
Exports of Tobacco from the United States since Novem-

SINCE

4,014

Other

total exports
States, and their

Yara,

...

Ohio, &c

our usual table showing the
of Tobacco from all the ports of
the United
we

1 20©2 00
55©1 05
60© 70

Yara

.—This week—x
hhds.
pkgs.

From
476
774
401

Havana.—Wrappers

The receipts of tobacco at New York this
Nov. 1, have been as follows:

—Stems
Man’f.
hhds. bales. Pkgs.
lbs,
68
247,851
34,444

Tcs.

Good
Fine

“

,

Export’d this week from Hhds.

New York
Baltimore
Boston
New Orleans

60© 70
75© 85
90@1 05

.

..

1‘ 3

are made np
cargo.

68

...

9,102
2,970

247,851'

from mani¬

exports for the week, from the other

follows

:

From Baltimore—To Havre, 1,627 hhds
To Bremen, 1,028 hhds....To Mayaguez, 2 hhds
To Montevideo and Buenos Ayres, £4,444 lbs. ol manufd.
To Port S;>ain, Trinidad, 10 hhds.
From Boston—To Valparaiso, 20 boxes
To Africa, 25 hhds
To St. Pierre
Miquelon, 33 cases, 1 bale, and 17 boxes.... To Hayti, 25 bales
To British
Provinces, 5 hhds. and 4 b >xes.
From New Orleans—To Liverpool, 29 hhds
To Bremen 546 hhds.
—

Kentucky.—At Louisville the market continues
very active, with
large receipts and full prices. The number of buyers io the market are
increasing. The annual tobacco fair came off last week, with fully 600
hhds. of Kentucky leaf, all of the growth
of 1866, contending for the
premiums. This fair was conducted on the principle of encouraging the
culture and improving the quality of the staple ; and the tobacco was
sold on its merits.
At the premium sales on the 3d
July the offerings
9mounted to 316 hhds, of which 299 were sold,
including 1 hhd. Owen
County cutting at $80, 1 Ballard County manufacturing leaf at $70, 2
Ma-on County cutting at $55@40, 1 at $36, 2 at
$35@35 25, 1 at. $34,
2 at $33, I at $33, 2 at $31, 6 at
$30@30 75, 2 at $29, 1 at $28 50,
8 at $27@27 60, 7 at $26@>6 76, 11 at
$25@25 75, 8 at $24@24 50,
11 at $23@23 75, 9 at $22@22 76, 12 at
$2<i@20 75, 10 at $19@19 75,
20 at $18@18 75, 16 at $17@17 75, 19 at
$16@16 75, 27 at $15 25@
16 75, 18 at $14(3)14 75, 20 at $13@13 76, 16 at
$12@12 75, 6 at $11
@11 76, 9 at $10@10 75, 1 at $9 50, 4 at $8@8 50, 4 at $7@7 85, 2 at
$6 06@6 50, 4 at $5@5 10, 5 at $3 05@4 60.
On the 5th the sales

posed to be raised to ten dollars, with some excise on tobacco
of home growth : but whether these
changes have been actu¬
ally made, and if made, when they go into effect; or whether
they are only a proposition yet to be definitely determined,
nobody seems to know. The presumption, however, is that were 4y5 hhds.
they are to take effect at some future time. There has been
The sales and value of tobacco at the four auction warehouses for the
a
large movement in Bremen in anticipation of it, and in this month of June were as follows :
market there has been a good deal of
Warehouses.
buying of heavy leaf Warehouses. hhds. Quan. Value.
Quan.
Value.
2,108
$203,752 61 Louisville....hhds. 1,250
suitable for that market, and they are very firm, while lighter Pickett
$174,256 08
Boone
1,738
172,218 10
1,416
Total..
goods have been somewhat neglected, and close a shade easier. Niuth-street
153,847 89
6,507
704,074 68
The sales the past week amount to about 800 hhds.,
Virginia.—The feature of the week at Richmond has been the sale
including
Jiglft lugs to prime light leaf at 4£@14e.; heavy lugs to of old Tobacco held for account of the French Tobacco,—324 hhd9. sold
prime heavy leaf, §£@18c., with choice at 20@22c. Domes¬ on the 10th at $6@$24 per 100 lbs., averaging about $13. There has
been no change in the open market.
tic Seed Leaf has been in good demand,
prices tending upward.
Maryland.—At Baltimore receipts
The sales embrace the
following: Connecticut 76 cases at 20 siderably the past week, owing to the of Maryland have fallen off con¬
engaged harvest¬
@2lc.; 52 do at 12c.; 100 do at 13@144-c.; 103 do and 30 ing their wheat crop. The demand for planters being Bremen and Hol¬
shipment to
do on private terms ; 29 Ohio, 5c.; 81 do
8^c.; 150 do and land continues very active, and is taken as fast as inspected, at prices
122 do on private terms.
We hear of nothing in foreign. favoring sellers. Scarcely anything offering now below sound common.
Manufactured is firm, with an improving but still moderate No frosted. Ohio is likewise in active reqnest for France. Duisburg,
and Bremen. Sales since our last review amount to
,

1,410 hhds., and at

demand.

QUOTATIONS IN
KENTUCKY

Light.

Common Lugs.. 4

© 4>£C.

LEAF

CURRENCY.
(HHDS.).

Heavy.

..

@
5^© 6%

Selections

..

©

8^

“

“

“

“

“

@15
@18

©16

@20

Old Crop.
7 ©10c.

19
New

Crop.
4>;@ 5#
10 ©18
36 @35
4 @4#
7 @14
10 @20
2^@3j4
7 @12*

25
45

@40
@65
?%<& 5
8 @15
15 @30
2 @3
4#@10

Fine wrappers
;

Average lots

Wrappers

@12ic. 12
@14
16

—

Pennsylvania and Ohio Fillers
“
“
Average lots
“
Wrappers
“

10

10

@30

@20

manufactured.

Black work—com., tax paid. 25
good
“
40
.fine
“60
Bright work—common “
25




good

“

45

©30c
@55c
©70c
@40c

@7§c

(49 re-inspected), 1,149 Ohio, and 64 Kentucky (11 re-inspected), total
2,142 hhds.
Exported same period 1,627 hhds. to Havre, 1,028 do to
Bremen, and 12 to West Indies. Total 2,667 hhds. We revise quota¬
tions as follows:
~
Per 100 lbs.

Wrapperylots

“

Heavy.

(BOXES).

Connecticut & Massachusetts Fillers
“
New York State Fillers

10
13
.15

©11>£

SEED LEAF

“

Light.

Good Leaf
Fine do

7
9

Good Lugs...... 4%@ 5#
Common Leaf... 6 @ 7
Medium
do
7>f© 9%

full former prices.i Of Kentucky, 60 hhds. new crop sold,
ranging from
$7 to $20, as to quality.
Inspections this week—943 hhds. Maryland

Black

Fine, tax paid. 80 @1 25

work,medium, in bond 8 @12c
good & fine

Bright work, medium,;

14

“

16

good & fine “

50

.

@25e
@4<)c
@35c

Maryland sound
good
“

common.

“

$3 50@ 4 00

Per 100 lbs.
Ohio inferior to good com. 3.00@ 6.00
“
brown and greenish.
6.00© 7.00
“
medinm &fine red..
7.50@16.00
“
com. to med. spang.
8.CO@15.00
“
fine spangled
15.00@20.00
“

5.50@ 6.60
7.50@ 9.50
good tonne b’wn 10.00@15.('0
“
fancy
17.00@25.00
upper country...
3.0i)@30.00
yellow do. & fancy
20.00@30.00
“
grou’d leav. new 3.00@ 5.00 I
Cleared for foreign ports.22.522
Stock in warehouse 1st Jan.,'
1867. together with 1,950 hhds.
Coastwise & reinspected 4,497
on shipboard not cleared
19,595
«27,019
“

..

middling....

“

..

.

Inspected this week
do
previously
Total

2,142
29,717

Stock to-day in warehouses and
on shipboard not cleared.

51,454

Missouri.—At St. Louis the attendance
were

inferior, and the market

was

24,435

was good, but the breaks
weak without quotable change in
v

52

THE CHRONICLE.

price. We quote lugs 2@5c., commonleaf 5@7^c., medium do.
7^@10c.’
factory dried leaf 7@llc., dark fillers 4^@7c., bright do. 10@18c„ black
wrappers 10@16c., good and fine bright leaf 20@45c.,
fancy do. 50@
90c. $ ft.
New Orleans.—The market was
fairly active in the fore part of the
week, the heavy descriptions being most in request. The
rapidly de¬
preciating character of the stock causes factors to hold at enhanced rates,
and consequently full
prices have generally been realised. The busi¬
ness included purchases for
Bremen, France and Spain, amounting in
the

FOREIGN EXPORTS FROM

quote:
Inferior and
Good

Light.
do

Fair
Fine

do

do

Choce selections

6,515

Oats,

bush.

835,538

88,759
71,697

1.

Corn’

bush,

bush-

167,009

116,4064,488,399
2,000

1,750
63
1,205
24,257
86,856 136,887 860,217

39,814

376

5,983

3,458
70,131

376

173,617

....

134,493 199,200

11,495
16,054
30,513

....

600

2,758

126,1144,618,715
760,3744,743,012

BREADSTUFF8 TO GREAT BRITAIN

AND

257,925

3,168

4,763
1,911

8,302

673,844
676,241

IRELAND

FROM SEPT

1, 1866.
From
New York
New Orleans...

Date.
...July 5, 1867..

Philadelphia...

....

Baltimore

....

Boston
San Francisco.
Other ports

BREASSTUFFS.

To about
do
do

exceedingly unsettled. Flour,
having advanced materially, while corn has

“

28, 1867..
...May 28, 1867..

Corn,

bush.

53,037

bush.

3b4,718

7,244,416

3,345
3,819
51,273

19,608

609,051
687,899
300

4,685,942
16,332

38,640

128,028
do

1865..

do

1864..

5,070,337

8,580,306

127,269
127,922

period, 1866..

same

1,198,969

9,812,169
344,288
240,220

987,835
TO

THE

2,167,358

13,411,888

CONTINENT.

Flour,

From
New York, to July 5, 1867.
Other ports, to latest dates.

Good

Wheat,

28, 1867..
28, 1867..

...

Friday, July 12, 1867, P. M.

Flour
bbls.
291

u
“

Total

declined.

SINCE JAN.

Barley.

bush.

61,941

2,282
64,184
2 798

84,020
17,587
55,346

Baltimore

Rye,

19,081

.

Philadelphia

16>$@18.^c.
18^@20^c.
Receipts for the week, 690 hhds. Exports for the week : To New
York, 72; to Philadelphia, 23; to Bremen, 646; to
;
total, 670 hhds. Stock on hand and on shipboard, 4,328 Liverpool, 29
hhds.

The market this week has been
wheat and oats

THE WEEK AND

293

time, 1866 507,455
Since Jan. 1, from
same

EXPORTS OF

FOR

bush.
22,805

...

25

We*t Ind. week.
4,062
since Jan. 1
122,994
Total exp’t, week 15,456
since Jan. 1, 1867 229,496

4,J£@ 5 c
5>£@ 6 c
7 @ 8%c
9 @ll>£c
12>$@13>$c.
14 @18 c.

bbls.

2,220
50,824

since Jan. 1......

Heavy.

@ 4#c.
@ 5jtfc.
6#@ 7^c.
8 @l0^c.
11
@13 c.
13^@15^c.

YORK

13,477

Boston

4
6

Inferior to Commen Leaf
.Medium Leaf

bbls.
7,400

N. A. Col. week..

The close, however, was rather quiet The
good heavy heavy leaf at 6^12 Jc. ^ lb. We

trashy Lugs

NEW

Flour, C. meal, Wheat,

To
Gt. Brit, week
since Jan. 1

aggregate to 660 hhds.

sales included low to

[July 13,1867.

Rye,

bbls.

Wheat,

bush.

.Corn,

bush.
bush.
grades of flour, suitable for bakers’ and family use,
2,164
151,882
11,786
10,360
19
have become
62,621
exceedingly scarce ; and, with very small receipts,
2,183
151,882
and the operations of local
74,407
10,360
millers, circumscribed by the
4,285
245,661
68,111
do
do
41,803
21,426
scarcity of sound wheats, prices of these qualities of flour have
97,430
do
do
11,485
69,t'37
13,965
256,319
advanced from 75 cents to $1.50
12,535
Eastward Movement of Flour and Grain
per bbl., the better the qual¬
by Canal.—The
following
ity the greater the advance. Lower grades of flour are more statement will show about the amount of grain and flour on canals
destined,for tide water:
plenty, but have advanced 50@75c. per bbl. The receipts From
Flour,
Wheat,
Corn,
Oats,
Barley,
Rye.
from the West are below the
bbls.
bush.
bush.
bush.
bush.
bush.
average of the previous few Buffalo, 14 days
49,820
1,223,700
249,157
1,823
weeks, and the supply of California retarded by the operations Oswego, 9 days
21,120
144,962
13,759
I3,6ii
of quarantine.
Total
Advices from the South state that the mills in
1,823
70,940
1,368,662
262,916
Previous week
13J511
I. 30
that quarter are
27,720
909.199
running briskly on the new wheat, but as yet Corresp’di’g^week’66. 1,360 289,012 2,355,062 246,159 23,600 2,960
569,058
103,598
very little flour comes to this market from that direction.
Weekly Receipts at Lake Ports.—The
Stocks are so low at the South that some time must
following shows the receipts
elapse at the following lake ports for the week ending July 6 :
before her dealers are in a position to to
spare any considerable
Flour.
Wheat.
Corn,
Oats.
Barley. Rye.
bbls.
surplus. The market closed firm, jbut with a demand only
bush.
bush.
bush.
bush.
bush.
Chicago..
11,788
31,400
955,703
102,626
moderate.
750
....

....

,<

•

.

•

-

...

Milwaukee
Toledo
Detroit
Cleveland....

Wheat has presented similar features to the flour
market.
Prices have advanced from 15c. to 30c.
per bushel, the finer
the quality the greater the advance. White
California closed
at $3.20@3.25, and No. 2 Club
$2.35@2.40. The small sup¬
plies received from the South have been sold at $2.50@3.50,

...

...

,...

3,082
1,965
3,120

91,385
2,350

15,193

177,134

702

3,837
15,000

1,500

Totals
Previous week

20,805
27,514
Corresponding week, ’66 56,697
Since Jan. 1, 1867
...1,305,979
Same time, 1866
..1,653,449
...

...

127,337 1,166,867
100,673 1,170,545
540,054 1,506,612

4,479,62614,326,375

7,069

15,774
5,341
2,790

146

2,241

700

15,200

350

141,704

1,596

182,605
546,503
3,254,366
6,511,851

2,020
6,673
529,827
370,705

9.660
8,810

62,239

489,127
mostly $3 for prime new red Georgia, at which much more
9,684,77318.225,645
956,766
liberal receipts could be
disposed of. The market closed
quiet.
GROCERIES.
Corn has been in better
supply, but there has also been a
Friday Night, July 12.
good demand from the export and home trade, and at a
The Grocery trade has been
slight
very
decline the receipts have been
promptly cleared off the mar¬ partments, with the exception of quiet this week in all de¬
ket and the close was
sugar.
This is part from
quite steady. The quality of the receipts the general consent to
neglect business during the hot weather
has somewhat
improved, and the range of prices is less ex¬ when the
people in the country are actively engaged in
tended than it has been for some weeks. The
export business agricultural pursuits, and but little demand
has been favored
prevails, and part
by a good supply of room on the berth and from the
light stocks of goods in market and very firm rates at
a
slight decline in freights—and about two hundred and fifty which
they are held. Money is easy,
thousand bushels have been taken
during the week for Great stocks some speculative business would and were there larger
Britain.

naturally

Oats have advanced and closed
steady on a deficient sup¬
ply. Rye has advanced 15c. per bushel with a good demand.

Barley and Peas
The

following

are

are

nearly nominal.
closing quotations:

Flour, Superfine..# bbl. $7 10@ 8 50
Extra State

8

75@11 10
ShippingR. hoop Ohio. 10 40@11 35

Wheat,

Chicago

per bushel
Milwaukee Club
Red Winter

Spring

$1 75@ 2 45
1 50@ 2 60
2 35@ 2 75
mon to good
8 75@12 75
Amber do
3 00@ 3 15
Double Extra Western
White
3 00@ 3 50
and St. Louis
13 00@17 50 Corn, Western
Mixed....
95@ 1 08
Southern supers
9 75@11 75
Western Yellow
1 10@ 1 12
Southern, fancy and ex. 12 00@16 00
Southern White
1 05@ 1 10
California
12 50@15 25
Rye.....
1 40@ 1 60
Bye Flour, fine and super¬
Oats, Western cargoes...
fine
82@
85
6 75@ 9 00
Jersey and State
Corn meal, Jersey and
90@
92
Barley
l 04@ 1 25
Brandywine
5 50@6 00
Malt
l 50@ 1 65
Peas, Canada
l 15® i 30
The movement in breadRtuffe at this market has
been as follows:
Extra

Western,

com¬

...

..

,

.

Tea has been very

quiet during the week with, however, no import¬
change to report. Sales have been confined to 3,700 half
chests Greens and 1,200 do Japans. We revise
our quotations
slightly
There have been no imports
of tea during the week.
The following table shows the
shipments of Tea from China and Japan
to the United States from June
1, 1866, to May 13, 1867, and
impor¬
tations at New York
ant feature of

and Boston since Jan. 1.

,

SHIPMENTS FROM CHINA AND JAPAN.
,

RECEIPTS

AT

NEW

YORK.

1867
For week. tt’eJan.l.
,

Flour, bbis

Corn meal, bbls

Wheat, bush
Com, hush
Bye, bush
Barley, &c., busu
Oats, buah




-1866-

.

29,145
3,460
20,225

L588,385
2,180

16,070

285,115

733,955
147,310
779,575
3,869,815
70,115
295,520

1,224,725

Forweek. S’eJan.l.
55,365
l,098,2t0
4,545
168,360
366,805
888,750
2,278,315
7,080,256
135,500
220,735
625
445,540

443,885

2,330,670

To Atlantic ports.

May 15 to Jun. 1,’66, to

...

..

occur.

TEA.

Congou & Sou.
Pouchong
Oolong&Ning.

Pekoe
Twankav

Hyson skin

/-IMP’TSATN. Y. A BOSTON.—,
Direct Indir’ct At

Ma^y 13. May^l,’67. ’65-66,
......

1,869,236
468,168

10,857,437
11,204

Ilyson

33,885
Young Hyson.. 369,347
Imperial
45,459
Gunpowder.... 33,553
Japans
95,120
Total

»

To San
Same Fran¬
cisco,
lbs. ’ pkgs.
,

388,568

12,078
797,849
66,465

2,065,131
8,251,297
1,825,984
1,9:34,427

5,492,019

1,137,3381

At N.

York,
lbs.

Bos-

York.

ton.

pkg. all sorts.

1,448,639 From
G’t Bri267,493
96
10,571,209 16,036

472,033

9,950,773
35,944

851,543
146,595
1,390,154
7,402,576
1,313,955
1,631,905
6,576,959

at New

12,078

573,571
59,402
51,832

S;??!

From
112

Europe

From E’*-sd-

1,599,437
*' * •
436
1,726,295 From oth. p’rts
4,693,739
56
17,127

33,463,166 30,972,426 J 51,832 29,946,633 16,244
18,068
Hong Kong are to the 18th of May, the Overland Trade
Report says of tea : M Although the new season has not yet
opened
there are musters of the pew
crop at some of the ports, anq conflicting
Dates from

July 13,1867.]

THE CHRONICLE.

53

accounts

concerning their quality. It is clear, however, that a more
healthy tone will prevade the market when it
opens than last year. Up
to the present time it is understood
that there is no
tonnage engaged in
advance for Foochow, and letters from
the interior are eaid to

report
settlements with the native
growers which will enable
exporter to lay
down their teas at Foochow 8 to 10 teals
lower than last

year.”

COFFEE.

extremely quiet, with only a small sale of 500
bags Java to report. Stocks are scarce in first
hands, and without re
ceipts for the past ten days there is nothing to
give activity to trade
in first hands. Prices are
unchanged.
The imports of the week include
only 409 bags of sundries.
The imports since
January 1, and stock in first hands July 9, are
as follows:
OF BIO COFFEE.

Import.

York, bags.
4k
Philadelphia
Baltimore
New Orleans
Galveston
Mobile

4k

44
..

..

4k
4k

44

Savannah

OTHER SORTS.

Stock.

333,782
10,730
121,897
55,882
3,200
5,000

At New

48.943
5.200

York,

At Bost.

import. Stock. Import.

Java,
bags 45,492 8,006
Ceylon
5,000
Singapore,
20,962 3,974

28,000

19,454

“

....

“

....

Maracaibo,

....

2,500

St.

....

Total..

“

Laguayra

....

21,196
23,660
20,220
15,771

“

Domingo,“

Other,

82,148

“

9,i5i

875

•

7,648

•

•

during the week,

and has been

grocery trade.

But with high and
prices in Havana there has been but small exp rts from that
point
and the trade is to-day rather
quiet, in part from light stocks, and part
from anticipation of an easier market.
The sales for the week are
10,500 hhds. Cuba and Porto Rico,
principally at rather firmer rates,
1,750 boxes Havana, and 3,118 bags Java. Refined
sugar is firm and
fairly active at an advance of $ cent.
Imports have been large at New York of Cuba boxes and
hogsheads
but generally less than an
average at the other ports. The details are
firm

unp. &

,

Other Manila
hhds. bags.
1,459

,

Boston

‘i59

372

Stocks

.1”

Cuba
boxes, hhds.
2,038
2,667
/

At—

PhiladT
Baltimore
New Orleans...

July 9, and imports since January 1,

Other
hhds.

v

449
97

are as

Cuba.
For’gn,
boxes, ♦hhds. ♦hhds.

,

....

do

88,404

...

.

do

Philadelphia

38,970

....

Imports since Jan. 1

Portland
Boston

do
do

Total

99,577168,754

•

29,816
1,294
5.577

27,962
100,980
13,051 57,609

198,570
5,082

.

31,248
56,447

7 096

.

.

.

....

5,200

159

....

....

19,122
1,118

32,714
10,540

4,056

....176,548 270,578

import

/

,

74,871
95.807

•

64,023

331,601

22,307

....

57,768

Includes barrels and tierces reduced to
hogsheads.

Havana, July 5.—The Weekly Report gives the
following, concerning
marketOwing to the successive favorable accounts from
abroad, and the comparatively small stock of low and
middling qual¬
ities, holders have continued to exhibit
the sugar

much

firmness at the late ad¬

which has placed prices at a range almost
beyond the views of
shippers. Consequently there has been less activity since our last
though prices from abtual sales are fully maintained on the basis issue,
of 8$
to 8£ rs. per arrobe for D. S. No.
12.
High grades continue to sell at
vance,

cheaper prices comparitively.
The market clases

firm, with a moderate business
doing.
quoted at 7 rls.
The following will show the
receipts, exports and stocks

at this time No. 12

and Matanzas:

Rec’d this r-Expts to U. S.—»
week.
week. Since Jan. 1.

Year.
1867

11,150

1866
1865

Last

was

....

38,141

....

184,798
284,692
224,238
MOLASSES.

31,009
36,950
39,565

year

at Havana

—Total export—,
week.
Since Jan. 1.

Stocks
boxes.

933,306

388,846
478,983
385,729

864,661

1,009,264

Molasses has been very

figures

quiet during the week, and nominally lower
We make no decided change in prices however.

excepted.
only 900 hhds
Imports are falling off, and are of comparatively small
the past week. Details are as follows
:
are

The sales

are

Porto
Cuba. Rico. Other.
hhds. 2,269
304

At—

New York

Portland
Boston

Philadelphia., hhds.

723

Baltimore
New Orleans

211

Stocks, July 2, and imports
Cuba,
♦hhds.

At

New
N. Y

At—

do
do
do
do
do

com.

York, stock..
14,150
irap’ts since Jan. 1.65,700

Port.and

“

Boston,
“
Philadelphia “

Baltimore
New Orleai

“
s

“

“

“

“

“

“

“

“
1

“

33,864

48,512
42.015

10,337
30, £03

since

January 1

P. Rico-r-Oth.

♦hhds.

4,481
15,724
99

are as

amounts for

Porto
Cuba. Rico. Other.
20
60

812
62

follows:

Fo’gn.—, Total,

N. O.

hhds.

bbls.

♦hhds.
565

20,706
479

2,905
1,184

4,211

429
175

1.301

1.300

102,130
34,442

1,122

12,070
30,378

984

Total

9,155

♦

are

maintained.

FRUITS.

prices

Fruits are dull and neglected for the
moment, but nominally without
change in prices for foreign dried. Domestic fruits show a better busi¬
ness at easier
prices.




fineatl 10

to fair....
do
Superior to fine...
do
Ex fine to finest ..1
Souc & Cong., Com. to fair
do
Sup’rtoflne.
do
Exttoflnestl

45
8>

70
80

$ lb 11$@ 14
16J@ Ilf

do
do
do
do

fair to good
do
11
12
fair to good
grocery... 12$@ 12$
do
pr. to choice
12$@ 13
...

1('$!& i3

Melado

do

r<

@ t*
Box. D. S Nos.7to 9 11 © 11$
do
*dol0tol2 111® 12$

New Orleans
Porto Rico
Cuba Muscovado

70
85
25
65

10
65
80

9>@106
@1 55

25

Cassia, in mats..gold $lb
Ginger, race and Af(gold)

Mace

Nutmegs, No.l

@

.

@

$ lb
....

Dates

1

Almonds, Languedoc
do
do
do

Provence...
Sicily, Soft Shell
Shelled

Sardines

$ box
$ hi. box

do

£ePPer>

11$ I Pimento,

12|@ 13$

14$@
15$& 15*
14*@ 16

....

18

@17
@17
1?J@ 16115 @ 15t
45
45

J Cloves

S6

@ 47
@ 58

(gold)

21 @

(gold)

-

27 @

Jamaica.(gold)

19

21$

@

Fruit.
Sardines
70

$

qt.

box

Pigs, Smyrna.... go d « 1b

3 60

Currants...;...
Citron, Leghorn
Prunes, Turkish

white

do Clayed....
Barbados
I.

I

•••:

@

Raisins, Seedless. .$$ cask 8 50 @
do Layer
box
@3
do
Bunch

do

|
Spices.

87$@
84 @

(gold)

1

.

50 @ 6J
48 @ .*3

40
n

(gold)

do

do 18 to 15
do 16 to 18
do 19 to 20

Molasses.

$ gall.
.....

do
do

Loaf.
Granulated
Crushed and powdered
White coffee, A
Yellow coffee

...

centrifugal

@
11$@ *1$
27 @ 29
9l$@ 1*
lll@ 12
4
@4 &
2> @ 30
2! @ 21$
85 @ 86

Brazil Nuts

@ 18

@

9
@ 10$
8 @ li

Dried Fruit—

Apples
Blackberries

$ lb

Raspberries

Pared Peaches

Unpeeled do
Cherries, pitted,

..

17

21 @ 2J
3
10

Filberts, Sicily
Walnuts,

@
27$ @ 28$

The

new....

_

3
16
50

@
@
@
40 @
9 @
46 @

9$
18
...

44
Iff
48

Briday, P. M., July 12, 1867.

Dry Goods trade has

been irregular and unsettled dur¬
ing the week under review. The occurrence of the National
Holiday was hardly over when the more
pects held out for an early opening of Fall encouraging pros¬
trade were inter¬
rupted by the failure of several prominent houses
engaged in
different departments of the trade. ' This
unsettled confidence
among all parties, jobbers holding out of market to see
where
the matter
was

to

end, and buyers

seizing the opportunity to
demand and profess to
expect lower prices. So that trade has
been at an entire stand still in all
departments, nor does the
close of the week show
any signs of immediate
recovery, al¬
though no

panic is anticipated. The heavy decliue in
prices,
unusually light trade for the past year, is the reason
given for the present inability of these bouses to meet their
obligations. Added to this the country has been less able to
promptly meet their indebtedness than it is
expected to be so
soon as the
coining crops are marketed. The only business is
in small orders from the
country, and from home buyers to
keep up assortments, with a fair export demand. The follow¬
ing are the details tor export for the weekending
July 9th :
and the

FROM NEW YORK.

,

/—Domestics.-^ D, Goods.
Exports to
pkgs.
Val. packages.
British W. Indies.
13
$443

Porto Rico.

3

.....

Constantinople

20

Brazil

133
200

8

11

Cisplatine Repub..

Ceutral America

....

^....

Br. Provinces

Total this week.
55 $4,894
Since Jan. 1
5,369 746,580
Same time 1866...
2,222 352,503
“
“
I860.... 60,698
a

few

Brown Sheetings

,

FROM BOSTON

,

Domestics. Dry Goods

pkgs.

cases.

....

1,144

Argentine Republic

We annex
manufacture:

,

Val.

1,174
....

„

109
12
2

10,650
4,800
1,000

123

$16,450

5

751,279
678,797

3,510
2,198

4,103
1,709
24,887

particulars of leading articles of domestic
and

Shirtings

7*049 change or iuterest. Standard makes
following are jobbers prices : Atlantic

55,628
44,499

230,631
20,516
28,000
279,147
Includes barrels and tierces reduced to
hogsheads.
SPICES.
Spioe8 continue quiet, with
only a light jobbing demand, but

Oolong, Common

refining

New«renada

X

39
456

90

Ex f. to

90
90
05
20
80

THE DRY GOODS
TRADE.

bags, bags,&c

»

Sup’rtoflne.

do

@
@
@1
@1
@
@1
@1
@

Sugar.

Porto Rico

Cuba,inf. to

:

9,422

16,8.17

....

£

*

•

•

8,788
33,012 25,671
14,794 49,351

.....

Total
♦hhds.

....

....

...

1,684

do

Baltimore
New Orleans

,

85
80

do

.

Other

At—
N. York stock
Same date 1866

do
1 do Ex f. to fin’st
Uncol. Japan, Com. to fair.

Rio, prime, duty paid ...gold 19 @ Coffee*
19* •lava.mats and bags
do good
--..gold 24 @ 25
gold 17$@ 18
Native Ceylon
do fair....
18$® >0
gold 16 @ lf-'$ Maracaibo
do ordinary
17$@ 18$
..-gold >4 @ l£>* Laguayra
do fair to g.
17 @ 18
cargoes ..gold 15$@ 17$
St Domingo.
15$@ 16

l',78i

580
466

follows

Imp., Com. to

fairl
do
Sup. to fine.1 25 @1
do do Ex. f. to finest 1 55
@1
H. 8k. &
Tw’kay, C, to fair. 60 @
4*
do Sup. to fine 75
@

*

•

Cuba
At—
boxes, hhds.
N. York 7,047
10,133
Portland
476
725

/—Duty raid->

90 @1 05
10 @1 30
35 @1 5@1 65
1> @1 35
40 @1 70
00 @1 15

...

follows:

as

/—Duty paid.—
...

Ex fine to finest. ..1
Y’gHyson, Com. to fair
do
Super, to fine. .1
do
Ex fine to flnest.1

656

37,98}

to fair

Superior to flue.... 1

Hav’a,

8,720

5,788

Total..
raw

•

....

SUGAR.
Sugar has continued active for
the only redeeming feature of the

do
do

v

Coffee has also been

New

Tea.

Hyson, Common

are

without

important feature

of

held at 17${a)18 cents The
N 8-4 10$, Lawrence H do
121,
Indian Orchard L do
12, Union do 10, Boott H do 11$,
Pepperell N
do 13$, Indian Head do
14$, Atlautic V 7-8 14$, Atlantic E do 15,
Pacific E do 15, Tremont E do
11$, Bedford R do 11, Boott O do
14, Indian Orchard W do 13, Massachusetts E do
14, Lawrence G do
13, Pepperell O do 14$, Indian Uead 4-4 18, Princeton A do
17, Pacific
extra do 17$, do H do
are

17$, do L do 16, Atlantic H do 17$, do A do
18, do L do 18, Lawrence E do 15$. do C do
17$, do F do 16, Stark
A do 17,
Amoskeag A do 17$, doB do 17, Medford do 16, Pittsfield
A do 13, Kenebeck do
10$, Roxbury do 16, Indian Orchard B B 14,
Broadway best do 14$, Nashua D do 14, Pepperell E do 17$, Great
Falls M di 14$, do S do
13$, Sagamore do 12$, Albion do 12$,
Dwight
W do 14$, Standard do 14,
Pepperell R do 16, Laconia E do 14$,
Macon do 17, Laconia B do 16, Laconia O 9-8
17, Pequot do 22, Sumac

54

THE CHRONICLE.

E do 20$, Indian Orchard A 40 inch 17, do O do 15, Utica 5-4 37$>
Utica 7-4 42$, Pepperell 9-4 35, Pepperell 10-4 45, Utica do 70, Utica
11-4 75.
Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings are steady but inactive.
King¬

[July 13,1867.

92$ to 95, Rob Roy 3-4 45 o 47$, Cocheco black and white check 45,
shirting 45, Caledonia miners 85, Pequa, double fold 47$, Bay
State, Opera 55, Gilbert’s do 62, Franklin do 57, Middlesex do Co.
Franklin

Woolen Goods

are

ston 8-4

generally improviog, but the interruptions of

9$, Boott R do 11, do H do 12, Lawrence B do 16$, Globe A trade at this time leave business generally unimportant.
do 10, Strafford B do 13, Waltham X do 15, Putnam B do 11$,
Carpets are in steady request at unchanged rates.
Velvets, J.
Amoskeag Z do 12$, Great Falla M do 14$, do S do 18$, do A Crossley’s best $3 60, do A1 qual. 3 35, do patent 2 85; body Brussels,
do 16$, do J do 13$, Lyman Cambric do 16$, Straford M do 14, Law¬ Roxbury 2 75, do Bigelow 2 60 ; Tapestry. Brussels, J.
Crossley 1 80,
rence A do 18$, Hill’s
Semp. Idem, do 19, Boot C do 15, James 33 inch Lowell, ex. 3 p 2 00, do super 1 55, do med sup 1 40, Hartford Carp. Co,
15, Bartlett 31 inch 16$, Greene G 4-4 12$, Lewiston G do 18$, Pocurn- ex. 3-ply 2 05, do Imp. 3 ply 1 96, do superfine 1 55, Med. and low prituck do 12$, Putnam A do 18, Newmarket A do 15, do C do 164, lugrain 1@1 30
Great Falls K do 16, Bartletts do 19, Constitutional do 12$, James
American Linen is in fair demand at
steady rates.
Steam do 184, Indian River XX do 13$, Attawaugan XX do 16, Law¬
rence B do 16$, Hope do 17L Tip Top do 19, Blackstone
A A do 16,
IMPORTATIONS OF DRY GOODS AT THE POUT OF NEW YORK.
Franklin do 18$, Amoskeag A do 20, Boot B do 18$, Forestdale do
The importations of dry goods at this port for the week
20, Maaonville do 22$, do XX do 24, Androscoggin L do 214, Lonsdale
ending July
do 22$. Wauregan do 22$, Bates XX do 25, Arkwright do ‘234, Lyman
12, 1867, and the corresponding weeks of 1865 and 1866, have been ob
J do 20, Wamsutta H do 80, do O do 80, Atlantic Cambric do 29, follows :
Lonsdale Cambric do 314, New York Mills do 40, Hill do 21L Amos¬
ENTERED FOB CONSUMPTION FOR THE WEEK ENDING JULY
2,1867.
1865
1866.
keag 42 inch 224, Waltham do 20, Dwight 9-8 27$, Wamsutta do 87$,
i
1867.
Pkgs.
Value.
Pkgs.
Value.
Pkgs.
Value
Naumkeag W 6-4 20, Boot W do 20, Nashua do 26, Bates do 25, Manufactures
of wool... 632
661
$276,747
2,222
*932,725
$306,008
Wamsutta do 42$, Amoskeag 46 inch 24, Waltham 6-4 27$, Mattawamdo
cotton..
498
462
121,881
1,253
366,337
142,781
keag do 27$, Pepperell do 27$, Allendale do 274, Utica <$«> 42$, Wal¬
do
silk...
273
278
246.602
175
269,591
206,298
do
tham 8-4 87$, Pepperell do 32$, Allendale do 324, Mattawamkeag
460
113,897
1,673
423,664
90,<153
9-4 Miscellaneous flax.... 892
656
195
dry goouB.1,814
44,180
163,952
108,802
40, Pepperell do 41$, Utica do 65, Allendale do 40, Monadnock 10-4
45, Waltham do 624, Allendale do 50, Pepperell do 50, Utica do 70,
Total
3,614 $323,296
6,077 $2,133,280
1,953 $854,542
Pepperell 11-4 65.
WITHDRAWN FROM WAREHOUSE AND THROWN INTO THE
MARKET
DURING
THE SAME PERIOD.
Ticks are also quiet but held at steady prices. Conestoga extra
Manufactures of wool... 442
185
$180,734
1,027 $428,358
$86,805
42$, Conestoga C M 37$, Amoskeag A C A 32 inch 46, do A 32
do
120
cotton..
330
140
32,251
127,269
46,139
inch 86, do B 32 inch 31, do D 80 inch 21, do C 30 inch 26, Pem¬
57
do
silk....
140
60,043
21
129,066
24,070
flax....
186
berton E 18, Brunswick 16, Blackstone River 17, Hamilton 30, Som¬
do
4:30
41,024
257
127,604
50,713
36
Miscellaneous dry goods
123
7,095
384
13,771
erset 14$, Thorndike 18, Pearl River 424, Pittsfield 9$> York 82 inch
14,786
40, do 30 inch 30, Cordis A A A 82 inch 32$, do 4-4 32$, Duck A A 30
841
Total—'.
908
$371,147
2,050
$825,968
$222,513
inch 27$, Everett 21, Boston A A 27$ Swift River 174,
6,077 2,133,230
1,953
854,542
Eagle 4-4 224, Add ent’d forconsumpt’n3,614 £823,296
,

Albany 10.

Stripes are also inactive but without change in prices.
Amoskeag 251
and 26$, Uncasville 16$-17$, Whittenton A A 26, do A 3-3 22$, do B B

18, do C 16, Pittsfield 3-3 10, Pemberton Awn 37$, Haymaker 16 and
17, Everett 27 inch 16 and 17, Massabesic 6-3 25$, Boston 14$ and 15$,
Blackstone 3-3 15, American 14$ and 15, Eagle 12$ and 13$, Hamilton
25, Jewett City 18$ and 14$, Sheridan G 14.
^Checks Bhow little or no change from last week. £ There is a light
home trade.
Park Mills Red 20, Lanark Fur. 13$, Union 50 4x2 30,
do 60 2x2 30, do 20 4-2 27$, do 20 2-2 27$, Caledonia 15 inch 28, do
11 inch 22, Kennebeck 26$, Wamsutta 24, Star No. 600
15$, do No.
800 2x2 20$, do No 900 4 2 24.
Denims are in small movement and with considerable stocks, prices
withut improvement. Amoskeag 35,
Haymaker 28 inch 16, do
brown 15, York 28 inch 30, Warren brown 27 inch 16, Boston Mfg.
Co. 29 inch 13$, Pearl River 80, Union 16, Monitor 15, Manchester Co/

Total thrown upon mak’t 4,455

*

Prints

are in light
request for special styles, but the anticipated in¬
of business at this time is
interrupted by the general want of con¬
fidence. The new styles offered meet but with little demand.
Prices

crease

steady.

American 16, Amoskeag dark 14, do purple 15, do
shirting 14-14$, do palm leaf 16, Merrimac D 15-16$, do purple
16$, do W dark 18-19, do purple 19, do pink 19, Sprague’s 15$ do
purple 16, do shirting 16$-17$, do pink 16, do turkey red 15, do blue
check 16, do solid 14$, do indigo blue 15$, London
Mourning 14$,
Simpson Mourning 14$, Amoskeag Mourning 18$. Dunnell’s 15, Allen
pink 16, Gloucester 16, Wamsutta 11$, Pacific 15$, Cocheco 16,
Lowell 12$, Naumkeag 12, Hamilton 15-15$,
Victory 12$, Home
10$, Empire State 9, Wauregan light 14, Hovey 8$, Troy 8$.
are

Lawns and Ginghams

dull and rather nominal.

Pacific lawr.s
No. 1,400 sell at 20, do do no No. 20, plain black and colors 18 to 25,
and Manchester Chambrays at 24 for B, 26$ for C, 31 for D, 83$ for
E, and F 38. Lancaster Ginghams 23, Hartford 15, Hampden 19, Glas¬
gow 20, Clyde 12$, Berkshire 18, Roanoke 12, Bates 20, Manchester 16.
are

Canton Flannels are in improved request
a9 the season advances.
Ellerton N brown 81, do O do 29, do P do 25, do S do 21$, do T do 25,
Laconia Brown 26, Slaterville do 21, Hamilton do 25, Rockland do 12$,

Naumkeag do 22$, Nashua A 20, Extra Plush 22$, Arlington 17$.
Corset

Jeans

are

in lair demand and

prices

steadv. Andros¬
coggin 12$, Bates colored 12$, do bleached 12$, Naumkeag 17, Pepperel 19, Naumkeag satteen 21, Laconia 17$, Indian Orchard 15$, Rjckport
18, Ward 17.
Cambrics and Silesias are in some demand.
Washington cambrics
sell at 11$ cents, Victory H 10, Superior 8$,
Pequot 11$, Waverly
11$, S. S. <fc Sons paper cambrics at 16$. do high colors 17$, White
Rock 15, Maaonville 15$, and Indian Orchard Silesias 18, Ward do at 18.
Muslin Delaines are quiet, but prices are
unchanged. Lowell 20,
are

Hamilton Co. 23, Manchester dark 20, Pacific dark 20, Armures dark
23, High colors 28, Pacific Merinos 40, Mourning 23, Shepherd checks
20, Spragues 19, Skirtings 80.

Linsets are in rather improved
request. Westerly. 29, Park 35 inch
22$, do 60 do 37$, do 65 do 42$, do 75 62$. Miners’ Flannel 35 and 40,
Rob Roy 24, White Rock 31$, Black Rock 82$.

Cottonades

are

in

only light demand.

New York Mills d Ji t 55,
Farmer’s and Mechanics’ Cassimeres 45, Pemberton d<fct 424 Great
Western 87$, York 22$ to 37$, Whittenden d&t
47$, Everett 25~ to 37$,
Andover 22$.
Flannels

in better

supply, looking to more business ; prices are
frteady. Belknap shirting 50, Washington do 50, Rob Roy, rolled 6-4




are

,

$1,194,443

,

8,127 $2,959,248

2,861 $ 1,077,055

ENTERED FOR WAREHOUSING DURING THE SAMS PERIOD.

539

$231,593

54

15,673

134
64
71

148,229
13,489
8,549

862

$417,533'

1,246

*607,328

consumpt’n 3,614

823,296

1,918

6,077

3,133.280

1,953

$844,514
854,542

7,323 $2,740,607

3,871

$1,€9.1,050

Manufactures of wool...
do
cotton..
silk
do
flax
do
Miscellaneous dry goods.
....

Total
Add ent’d for

Total entered at the

7:35
250
161
69
31

port 4,476 $1,245,829

$358,956

1,231

$583,209

76,491

164

139,891
19,433
12,557

135
3:38
50'

37,282

124,605
85,666

13,752

IMPORTS

SPECIE)

(.OTHER THAN DRY GOODS AND

are

20, Columbian XXX 83, Arlington 18, Blue Hilll2f, Otis AXA 27$,
do BB 25, Mount Vernon 26$, Pawnee 11$.
Brown Drills are in fair demand for export for
heavy makes, and at
steady prices. Winthrop 14$, Laconia 19, Pepperell 19, do fine jean 19,
StarkA 18, Massabesic 16, Woodward duck
bag 26$, National bags 31,
Stark A do 67$, Liberty do 31.
Print Cloths are in only very small demand in this market.
The
last sales reported were at 9 cents for 64x64
square cloth.

»

WEEK

AT THE POET OF NEW YORK

5, 1867.

JULY

ENDING

FOR THE

.

[The quantity is given in packages when not otherwise s pecifled.J
Pkgs. Value.
Pkgs. Value.
Pkgs. Value.
China, Glass «fc E.
Pineapples.
2,959
.357 14,571
ipt
ware—
Raisins...
the
8,300 Other
.127
127
7,660
Bottles
1,216 Sauces and pres.
6,849 Woods—
China
12
Brazil
Jewelry. &c—
1,092
7<?6
Earth’nw’e .774 31,560
'
12 39,945 Fustic
Jewelry
136
Watches
10 17,126
Glass
24,119 52,734
Logwood
106
Glassware.. .172
4,718 Leather, Hides, &c.
Supan
676
Bristles
..65 24,244
Glass plate..112 14,622
Willow
866
Other
Hides, dress¬
Drugs, *fcc.—
3,325
ed
143 60,523 Miscellaneous—
Alkali
117
1,229
Acids...,
20
1,489
Hides, undress¬
Alabaster Orna¬
.

Ammonia
8
Arrow root... .9

491
549

.40

6,320

Argols

Aloes.
Anoline

639

604
930

....

Aaphaltum

.

Bark Peruv. ..31
Blea powd.. ..20
Brimstone,
118
tons
Cream tartar ..62
Chickory ... .143
Cochineal... 13
Cudbear...-. .11

18,232
406

592

26,571

Potash, bvch.35

2,525

Pruse26

5,186

Phosphorus. 10
Quicksilver
Reg antimony.25

457

.

.

Rhubarb....
Senna
Safflower

...

.42

•

3,f06
1,253
4,318
769
953

Soda, bi crb.1000
sal
1546
ash... .343
...

3,820

8,314
12 051

10,610

Verdigris

7

..4
Yellow Ochre 28
Other
..

953
2,122
536

4,663

Furs, &c—

Lemons
Nuts

Oranges
Total

3,043

Champagne,

Cutlery

....

636

41,403
8,089

...48

2,058

Guns

5.956

Hardware.. ..111
Iron

27,644

hoop,
.100

tons

Iron, Pig,

4,713

.soo

12,364

11,861

69,524

tons....

Iron, RR.
bars

Iron, sheet,
549

20,345

Iron, tubes..206

1,142

tons

Iron, other,
.697

tons

Lead, pigs.. 8,716
Metal goods..26
Nails
....3
Needles.... ....4
Nickel
....6
Old metal.
P1 atina
*1
Plated ware... .1
Per. caps
14

Saddlery

12

Steel
..70

goods.. .33

Figs

2,281

23,543

180

...

-

1,014
11,128

.

Paints

Bananas
Citron

Beer
Porter
Rum
Wines

1,151

77,448
7,047

Fruits, <fec.

Brandy....

10,772

Oil, linseed 4,193
do olive.,.2,149

...

.107
.201

749
—

«

....

Furs
Hats

Ale

1,566

23,989

8,088
43,756

Vermillion

1,680

3193

..25
Glue
Lie Root.. .2,579
Madder
.202
Magnesia... ...8

do
do

298

22

baskets.. 1035
2,243 Metals, <tec.—
8,100 Brass Goods...2
3,420 Chains and an610
chors
.44

Gamhoge...

do

:.

Baskets

1,925

5S2

Arabic.54

.

ments

684

Wines, &c

1,780

Gums, cmde.138

Opium

Liquors,

165,306

.200

3,446
10,803

.

do

ed
Horns
Leather
5
do
patent .1

3755

Tin, bxs..l4,714
do slabs
lbs.

27,284
51,364
4,511
367

1,779
3,808
6,355
587
121

3,048
1,561
80,021
93,528

876

33,600

7,303

1,350 Ginger
3,964 Pimento
21,768 Stationery, «c.—
59
13,778 Books
10,273 Engravings....9

2,022

.

.

3,538 Spices, &c.
..

167

11,090
3,669

Bags..

Bricks
Boxes
Buttons
75
> nild. stones...

Clay

3,405
206
578

17,805

1,253
621
9,632

Cheese

Coal, tons 11,244

35,213
6,060

.5

487

Corks
Clocks

Cocoa, bags .357 16,223
Coffee,bgs.13,750 227,412
Emery
250
8,097
Fancy goods.. 65,872
Feathers
Fish

25,512

Hair

14,156

724

185
Haircloth
3
India rub’er.1059

Ivory

1,448

87,333

6

505

Machinery.. .126

7,116

M-rble & mant.
do
Molasses
.2694
Onions
Oil paintings. 13
Plaster..

68,938

Perfumery.... 24
Pipes

1,575
5,827

..

Potatoes
Provisions

Rags..,

5,135
191

6,898
195

406
471

77

Rice

806

14,109

Rope

580

Salt

5,388

Statuary
Seeds

209
801

.

Soap
1855
5,095
Sugar, hhds,bb s
& tcs ...8,009 443,900
Sugar, bxs. &
bgs
3040 52,538
Tea
13,268 248,316

Toys

Tobacco
Waste

30 ^,512

110

2,827

3

915

Wool, bales. .782

55,505
1,432

Other

.$2,825,829

Our General Price* Current will fee found on
pace*

61 and 62*

July IS, 1867.]

THE CHRONICLE.

®l)c HaUtoajj monitor.
New York

New Haven Railroad.—The

and

earnings and

of this company from operations for the five last fiscal
ending March 31, were as follows :

years

1862-3.

T’al

1863^4.

1864-5.

1865-6.

1866-7,

$S01,754 18 $1,134,899 23 $1,500,333 74 $1,548,580 18 $1,612,638 25

Passengers.
Freight
Mail's, &c...

166,614 78
6S,068 81

214,854 02
75,519 06

263,904 30
83,053 77

340,017 79
93,614 75

333,3>1 99

122,239 81

earn’gs. $1,036,437 77 $1,424,772 31 $1,847,291 81 $1,982,212 72 $2,068,260 05

From which
Transports.
Repairs of
road, &c.
Repairs of
eqiiipm’t..
Fuel, oil, &

paid

were

account of operating—

on

,

,

on

hand

Earnings less

150 00

$318,614 23

$485,452 68

$409,689 31

$548,S17 60

109,535 84

54,417 59

220,915 10

385,485 84

324,798 60

137,069 61

151,690 46

226,296 16

221,712 39

247,339 54

83,880 62

136,188 20

214,902 27

194,143 39

173,497 09

29,552 60

43,399 50

77,128 75

78,692 30

720,462 33

622,596 85

632,489 25

704,016 47

Total...,
884,273 95 1,133,323 89 1,187,003 29 2,162,281 65 2,562,327 23
Per contra, as follows, viz. :
Coupons.....
$129,120 00 $129,120 00 $129,120 00 $129,120 03 $129,120 00
Loss “
.

Canal R.R”. " 20,349 34
Dividends
860,900 00
Reduct’n of acc’unts

9,908 47

28,905 03
324,S97 00

376,500 00

44,799 97
144,852 00

payable
Bonds, retired aud

69,790 75

Haulage by
horse-pow.

454,096 19

exp..

Fractional shares
allottment

920,500 00

on

Equipment (new).
Real estate (purc’d).

2,089 94

.

Sehuvler f’d settlem
Railr’d
(new works)
Materials on hand..
Cash on h’d Mar. 31

30,706 13
550,000 00

82,411 55

purchased

$222,302 91

was-te

7
1863-4.

1862-3.

1866-7.
1864-5.
1865-6.
April 1 $118,643 28 $242,015 84 $380,41010 $166,445 42 $407,061 80
Mortgage b’ds sold. 110,000 00
Materials on hand..
88,258 03
90,515 17 222,347 22 362,*321 98 338,998 4i
Allotted stock
1,001,025 00 995,000 00
Inc. of acc’ts pay’le
73,276 45
80,330 55
11,499 12
117,260 60
Land sold
„

Cash

expenses

55

183 66

90,515 17

242,015 92

62,384 19
12.493 61

7,190 00
37,855 22

167,487 85
7,826 01
362,321 98
166,445 42

970,002

222,347 22
330,410 10

76

51,452 68
30,740 00
64,540 29
21,508 54

388,998 41

407,051 80

247,024 59
516,786 05

Total

T’l expenses

$582,341 58

$704,309 98 $1224,694 96 $1,349,723 49 $1,364,243 5S

$454,096 19

$720,462 33

Earn’gs less
expenses..

This road

$622,596 85

$632,4S9 25

$704,016 47

(including 15 miles of the Harlem Railroad) extends

from New York to New

Haven,

distance of 76 miles.

a

It is

a

double track

throughout.
The following shows the mileage of trains, the number and mile¬
age of passengers, and the tons and mileage of freight in each year ;
1S62-3.
Trains

(Freight),

“

trains,

Passengers carried
“

“

Tons of

1S64-5.

1865-4.

1866-7.

465,617

530,138

97,024
3,043
518,810

570,410

104,623
17,994
652,755

535,126
101,340

651,604

104.308

“

“
“

(Service),

Total

418,743

(passenger), mileage

“■

1863-4.

485

36,110

109,150
16,0S9

672,576

676,843

1,455,155 1,833,575 1,848,915 1,885,898
mile 41,348,675 53,(160,428 68,736.307 66,7t9,592 65,211,107

1,174.171

one

freight carried
“
“

.

one

94,726

74,707

mile 4,429,874

168,360
6,048,608

5,539,174

127,765

119,742
6,737,444

7,359,912

844,213 95 1,138,323 89 1,187,003 29 2,162,281 65 2,562,327 28
The financial condition of the company, as shown on the
general
balance sheets at the close of each year, is exhibited in the follow¬

ing figures

1862-3.
Stock (100 shares).$3,000,000
Bonds due Dec. 31,
1866
912 000
B’ds due Oct. 1, ’75 1,088,000
Profit and loss
622,995
Accounts payable.
131,367

Total

general account ” showing the total financial transactions
company for each year, is given in the following statement :

Atlantic & Great Western
(466 m.)
$289,400
5327,269

(507 m.)
$5(44,992
408,864

(507 in.)
$361,137. Jan....
377,852. .Feb,...

*099,870

388,480
394,533

438,(446 .March
443,029 April..
459,370 Mar...

'

1343,408
1399,364
£429,669.
472,483
596,583

540,537
587,121
614,849

.

451,477
474,441
4lj2,0(4
528,618
526,959

.

747,942

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

702,692
767,508
946,707

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

923,886
840,354

307,919
236,824

—

..

.

.Feb..
..Mar.,
.

238,362.

283,951...April.

338,691....May..

321,597
387,269
322,638
360, H23
323,030
271,246

—

.

—

—

—

—

—

3,840,091 3,695,152

see

Chronicle Feb. 3, 1866.

898,357

1805.

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

.,

9,088,994

.April.
.May..

..

..

June..

..

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

—

778,284
989,053
1,210,654
1,005,680
608,679

7,960,981

/-Chic., Rock Is. and Pacific.->

1867.

922,892
."77 '',990

546,609

..Year

—

1866.

(860 in.) (1,032 m.)(l,145 in.)
$541,005 $523,566 $690 832
482,164
453,695 586.743
609,633 747,392
499,296
617,970 720,651
468,358
735,082 787,736
585,623

343,678. .June.

...

5,548,359 5,476,276 3,050,340..Year

1805.

871,543

355,270
335,985
409,250
401,280
357,956

912,000 00 912,000 00 912,000 GO
11,000 00
00 1,088,L00 00 1,088,000 00 1,088,000 00 1,068,500 00
22 827,869 08
967,543 90
940-396 18
934,587 52
14 211,697 69 223,196 81
140,785 26 258,045 86

PRINCIPAL RAILROADS.

(280 m.)
$240,238.,..Jan..

J tine..

Oct
.Nov
.Dec

497,250
368,581

preceding reports

OF

1867.

142,947

1866-7.

5,754,=362 36 6,612,366 77 6,810,340 71 8,081,181 44 8,272,133 38

(280 in.) (280 m.)
$280,503 $226,152
275,282
222,241
290,111
299,063
258,480
269,249
322,277
329,851

.July...
Aug...
.Sept...

541,491

475,723

1866.

1865.

1806.

1865-6.

00

r-Chicago & Northwestern-,

Chicago and Alton.

»

1867.

1865.

1864-5.

5,754,362 36 6,612,366 77 6.810,340 71 8,081,181 44 8,272,133 38

Total

For

EARNINGS

MONTHLY

COMPARATIVE

1863-4.

00 3,572,800 00 3,619,600 00 5,000,000 00 6,000,000 00

Against which are charged as follows, viz.:
Railroad, &c
4,643,632 84 4,656,426 45 4,664,102 46 4,656,302 46 4,677,811 00
Loss by Schuyler
fraud
572,800 00 619,600 00 1,599,202 70 1,663,742 99
712,492 85 764,877 34 932,365 19 970,220 41 1,021,673 09
Equipment
Real estate (includ.iug leases)
65,505 66
65,505 66
65,505 66
65,505 66
96,245 66
Forfeited stock
48,900 00
Materials
90,515 17
222,347 22 362,321 98 338,998 41 247,024 59
Cash....
242,015 84
330,410 10 166,445 42 407,051 80 516,736 05

The “
of the

;

—

—

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

—

—

—

1866.

(228 m.) (228 m.)
$305,554 $241,395
246,331
183,385
289,403
257,230
196,580
209,099
277,506
234,012
321,818
306,693
244,121
238,926
306,231
317,977
389,489 7400.941
—,
307,523 £ 428,474
270,073 o 3(5,027
SOI,779 S260,208
.

1867.

(410 m.)
$292,047
224,621
272,454
280,283

251,916
261,480

3,313,514 3,466,922

—

..

—

f
-

Erie

Railway

"

(775 in.)
$906,769 Jan
917,639. ..Feb...
1,139,528. ..Mar...
1,217,143. .April..
1,122,140. ..May ...

(798 m.)
$1,070,890 $1,185,746
(798 m.)

1,070,917

1,331,124

.J

uly...

..Aug

6,501,063 14,596,413

..

1865.

$314,598

366,361
413,974
365,180
351,489
387,095

R88,499
380,452
429,191
500,404

418,575
486,808
524,760
495,072
351,799

1865.
*

.

892,641

-

4,652,793

.

110,664

..Year

—

.

(468 m.)

(468 m.)

(468 m.)
522,821. ..Feb...

662163

678,349. ..Mar...
575,287. .April..
578,242. ..May..

8,489,06* V67*»3




$560,115. .Jan...

480,986

”

.June..
J uly-.
,

Aug....

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

Dec,...
-

569,250

477,607.>..May,

87,791
93,763
78,607
76,248

.June.

107,525

..J

104,608

96,u23

115,184

106,410

125,252
116,-195

108,338

150,148

116,146
105,767

110,932
111,665

1,222,017

1,186,808

567,679
480,626

578,253
571,348
661,971
588,219
504,066

6,546,741

—

uly.
..Aug..
..Sep..

—

—

—

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

—

—

.

—

.

..Year

—

»

~Y©ar**

262,172

170,795
116,224
150,989
245,1Tul
244,854
98,787
1,943,900

.

72,000.,..Mar
87,510...April.
119,104....May..
.

.June;

—

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

—

—

—

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

—

1866.

(210 m.) (210 m.)
$170,078 $178,119
153,903
155,893
192,138
202,771
167,301
169,299
168,699
177,625
167,099
173,722
166,015
162,570
222,953
218,236
198,884
216,783
244,834
222,924
212,296
208,098
177,364
162,694

,340,744

*,*51,5*

279,15

265,796

344,228
837,240

401,456
365,663

.Aug...

413,501
460,661
490,693
447,669

343,736
365,196
335,082
324,986
359,665
429,166
493.649
414,604
308.649

—

—

,.

Sep...

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

—

,

—

,

—

.

..Year.*

—

—

—

£ 346,717

.

§.171,125

.

2,535,00!

*,Year..

..

188,815

.June.

—

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

—-

—.

276,416
416,359
328,539
129,287

2,538.800

130,000 .Feb.
134,900 ..Mar..
192,548 .April.
230,497. ..May..

—

—'

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

—

.

—

—

..Year

1865.

1867.

1866.

(242 m.)

(521 m.)

$144,084
139,171
155,753
144,001

$226,059
194,167

188,162..j
171,736...:

256,407

270,630

,...Jan...
...Feb...
..Mar...

138 738

270,300
316,433

317,052
829,078

April..
..May...

194,524

325 691

804,917
396,248
849,117
436,065
3^4,830

r

• t

J, 374,534

T

* 1

1
—

—
1

..

..Dee....

»•#

-

g 379,981
sj

375,534

¥361,610

1217*023

~Y©ar~ 8,9*6,678 8,694,975

.

.

..June..

—

—

~
.

July..

..Aug...

..Sept...
..Oct....
..Nov.. ,.

—

—

364,741

.

^

246,169

r 1867.
'
(840 m.)
$242,798

326,236

277,423
283,130
253,924

219,065
279,647
284,729
282,939

247,262
805,454
278,701
310,762
802,425
281,613

3,793,005 3,880,583
1865.

1S67.

(521 m.)
i $237,674
200,793

(271,798

174,152...

1866.

$259,223 $267,641
239,139
313,914
271,527
290,916
304,463
349,285
344,700
350,348
872,618
412,553
284,319

—

—

-Western Union,-

.-Toledo. Wab. & Western.-*

(210 m.)
$149,658...
149,342...

362,783

333,962
284,977

Mississippi

(340 m.) (840 m.)

$146,800 ..Jan..

283,661

875,210

4,504,546 4,260,125
i860.

1867.

123,957
121,533
245,598
244,376
208,785

328,869

—Ohio &

(370 m.)

$131,707
123,404

329,105

1867.

(285 m.)
$304,095

337,158

—

i860.

£ 395,579

$3UU,J>

90,526. .May...
96,535. Jane..
.July..

82,722
95,064
106,315

(275 in.)

^300,841

(285 m.)
$282,438

72,768. April..

82,910

1865.

(234 in.)
$143,000. ..Jan..
85,000., .Feb..

—
—

Jan.-

78,976.. .Feb..
84,652. .Mar...

84,264

(234 m.)
$98,181
86,528
95,905
106,269
203,018
237,562
251,9’6
241,370

1867.

1866.

(234 in.)
$121,776
84,897
72,135
108,082 •
267,488

..

1866.

(285 m.)

/-Milwaukee & St. Paul.—>

L., Alton & T. Haute.

1865.

1867.

684,523
712,495
796,938
858,500
712,362’
680,968

1,985,712
r—St.

1866.

599,806
682,510
633,667
552,378
648,201
654,926
757,441
679,935
555,222

106,089
146,943
224,838
217,159
170,555
228,020

...Dec..

1865.

678,504
857,583
733,866
637,186
646,995

74,283
70,740

.Nov..

..

r-Pittsb., Et.W.,&Chicago.—
$690,144 $559,982

(234 m.)
$98,183

310,594
226,840

....Oct...

416,690
339,447

4,826,722

411,605

..Jan..
554,201. ..Feb.
417,352. ..Mar..
'420.007...April.

1865.

(251 m.)
$94,136.

(251 m.) (251 in.)
$96,672
$90,125

(708 m.)
$660,438.

Michigan Central.

1867.

1866.

i860.

-Mil. and Prairie du Chien.—*

(524 m.)
*302,714*. fan.
302,437. .Feb..
Mar..
379,761
391,163^ April.
358,601.. .May..
302,232.. June.
.July..
...Aug*.
....Sep..

283,179
412,393
409,427
426,493

301,613

505,465

1867.

1866.

(524 m.)

$363,996

616,665

7,181,208

..Year.

—

Mich. So. & N. Indiana.
(524 in.)

505,266

641,589
643,887
518,088

.June...

1,580,31731,476.244
1,637,592* 1,416,001
1,524,9L7£ 1,041,115

0

528,972
616,608
460,573
617,682
578,403
747,469
739,736

1867.

1866.

(708 m.)
$603,053

..Oct—
..Nov...
..l>ec....

1,101,632
1,243,636
1,208,244
1,295,400
1,416,101

-Marietta and Cincinnati.—»

vulllicili

(708 m.)
$571,536

..sep....

1,153,441

1,538,313
1,425,120
1,252,370
1,274,558
1,418,742
1,435,285

...

.

987,936

1,011,735

1865.

1867.

1866.

1865.

JLll.lIi.vAo

Dae..

.♦Year.*
-

(157 m.)
$43,716
37,265
32,378
33,972
68,863
82,147
68,180
5*4,863
75,677

92,715
61,770

87,830

1866.

1867.

(177 m) (177 m.)
45,103
$39,079
27,666
36,006
89,293
36,393
43,333
40,710
86,913
57,853
102,686
60,559
86,508
60,698
84,463

100,3l>8
75,348
54,478

680,888 814,086

—,

—

*—

-

"

56

THE CHRONICLE.

[July 13, 1867.

RAILROAD, CANAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
1

DESCRIPTION.

nterest.

FRIDA*

•

DESCRIPTION.

N.R.—Where the total Funded Debt Amount
is not given in detail in the 2d col¬ outstand¬
umn it is expressed by the figures
ing.
in brackets after the Co’s name.

Railroad:
Atlantic A Gt. Western ($29,940,000):

Mortgage, sinking fund, (Pa.)

1st
2d
1st
*d
1st
Id

do

do

Mortgage, sinking fund, (AT. F.)
do

do

Mortgage, sinking fund, (Ohio)

Sterling Bonds

do
of 1S44....
Baltimore and Ohio. Mort (S

Ap’l & Oct.

757.500
886,000
761,000
3,681,900
2,653,000
1,382,000

do
do
do
do
Jan. & July

619.036

..

F) 1831

Mortgage (S. F.) of 1855
do
do

do
do

915,280
1,024,750

do

589,500,

1st
1st

Mortgage

364,0001

do
Sinking: Fund Bonds

200,000

Boston, Hartford and Erie
Boston and Lowell: Bonds o'Juy

UK),'* (

Bufalo. N. Y. and Erie ($2,395,000):
-1st Mortgage
2d "
Mortgage.

2,000,000
380, (KM)

Bufalo and 1state Line ($1,200,000) :
1st Mortgage
Burlington A Missouri ($1,902,110) :

500,000
1,180,950
600,000
3:18,040
675,000
867,000

4,437,300
1,841,962

Sterling £380,555 at $4 -4

Camden and Atlantic : 1st Mortgage
490,000
2d Mortgage —
493,000
Catawissa : 1st Mortgage
141,000
Central Georgia: 1st Mortgage..
76fi,000
Central of New Jersey : 1st Mortgage
900,000
2d Mortgage
600,000
Central Ohio : 1st Mort
2,500,000
Central Pacific of Cal.: 1st mortgage 7,336,000
Convertible Bonds
1,500,000
Cheshire: Bonds
673,200

Chicago and Alton :
1st Mortgage (Skg Fund), pref
do
do

483,000
2.400,000

income

3.525,000

Mortgage (consolidated)
Chicago A Northwest. ($12,020,483):
Preferred Sinking Fund

861,000

484,000
1,397,000

1,250,000
SCO, 000
56,000

..

93#

1889

1st
2d
3d

1st
2d

....

103
102

July

1877
1893
1S83

.

....

!!'!

j

*

*

•

....

110
47

112
..

ni
.

....

97

Connecticut River: 1st Mort

Conn, and Passumpsic R. ($800,000):
1st

Mortgage
Cumberland Valley: 1st Mort
do

bonds

Dayton and Michigan ($3,782,430):
1st Mortgage

•

•

•

do

do

Depot Bonds'

Delaware:

Mortgage, guaranteed

Deux., Lacka. A Western ($3,491,500):
1st Mortgage, sinking fund
ad
do
4
Lae few. and Wrest. 1st Mort
Des Moines Valley ($2,088,000):

do

•

....

*****

Jan. <fc July 1885
do "
1886
M’ch A Sep 1878

....

Mortgage Bonds

Detroit and Milwaukee ($5,206,680):

1st Mortgage, convertible
2d
do
1st 8b 2d Funded Coupon Bonds..

Detroit and Pontiac R.R
do
do

Detroit Monroe A Toledo ($734,000) :
let Mortgage

$2,500,000
1,000,000

May & Nov.
c

1,006,640
250,000

250,000 8

«M,000{

various,
various.
Feb. A Aug 1886

7 Feb. & Aug 1876

.

.

,

,

,

.

.

.

,

82
73

74
\

■

....

...

....

....

....

..

...

•

•

•

•

-

104

101%
.

..

....

....

....

113
....

7

Jan. &

July

May & Nov.
April & Oct
May & Nov
April & Oct

1881
1873
1881
1906

8

Jan. & July 1882
Jan. & July 1874

....

....

...

200,000

Mortgage, Eastern Division...
do

Aug

1882

8

7
7
7

May & Nov.

903,000

7

May & Nov.

7

Jan. &

July

•

•

May & Nov.

1873

1,300,000

6

May & Nov

Schuylkil

Mortgage, sinking fund

Mortgage
($3,688,385)

...

886,000 7

500,000
175,000
150,000

Mortgage (City Bangor) Bonds.

-

Mortgage...
do
do
do

(Mil. & Western)

Income Bonds
Real Estate

j
1st Mortgage.
Income

•

♦

•»*-«

11

Sterling bonds.
Interest bonds.

a

....

Income Bonds..**....
• •••>

.....

•

•

*

•

»

100% 101
....

•

>

•

•

....

Mortgage Bonds (new).

91%
•

•

April & Oct 1877
Jan. & July 1875
Feb. & Aug 1890
May & Nov 1893

•

•

•

•

•

•

....

...

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

•

var.
var.

7
7

Feb. & Aug 1892
Jan. &July 1885

6
6

Feb. & Aug. ’90-’91
June & Dec. ’70-’71
Apr. & Oct. 1874
Feb. & Aug. 1870
May & Nov. 1880

1,095,600
315,200
660,(MM)
300,000

6
6

1,294,000

7

2,297,000 8 March&Sep. 1869
4,504,500 8 April & Oct 1882
4

...

863,000
2,69-3,00C
651,000

7
7
7

296,560

Mortgage, sinking fond
agtr
id:

1st

6
7
6

1,650,000 7 Jan. A July
280,000 7 May & Nov.

2,362,800
4,000,000

A
a

•

...

:

Afich. S. A N. Indiana:
($9,135,840)
1st Mortgage, sinking fund
2d
do
Goshen Air Line Bonds
1st

..

• • •

1883

i

$1,1»M),000 Loan Bonds

•

98
97
95

....

1872
1869

Mortgage

do
(P.& K.RR.) Bonds.,
A femfhis A Charleston ; Mort. bonds
A
Convertible

.V...
•

.

...

1890

6

Sinking Fund do

•

..

....

March& Se*p 1885

1,465,000

1st
2d

....

.

Jan. & Jnlv 1875

1,000,000

do

$400,000 Loan Bonds

...

....

1866

7
7
7
7

....

500,000 7 April & Oct 1880

Extension

Income bonds.
1875
1864
1875
1878

Feb. & Aug 1869
J’ne & Dec 1885
May & Nov. 1875
do
1867

Mortgage.

2d

1,740,000 7 Ap’l A Oct 1887

,

,

1876

Jan. & July 1866
do
1870

40u 000

Mortgage

1st Mortgage
1st Memphis Branch
A farietta A Cincinnati
1st Mortgage.
J
J

Jan. & July 1875
1875

do

7
10

485,000
800,000
900,000

n

J

80

J’ne & Dec. 1876
Ap’l & Oct. 1904
do
1904
do

Sep 1881
Jan. & July 1871

100

•

April & Oct 1881
Jan. & July 1883

Feb. &

2,000,000

i

100

M’ch A

7
7
7
7

612,500

V.'.i

2,081,000
300,000
250,000

April & Oct

1868

640,000
397,000

1 tong Island :
1st Mortgage......
Extension Bonds (Hunter’s Point),
do
do (Glen Cove Br.)

95
S6

1.122.500
1,668 000
572,000

92
....

1868

500,000

sinking fund

Extensi

do

.'.V.

1st

M’ch& Sep 1873
do
1875
Jan. & July 1892

500,000

do
do

1st

1,129,000
1.619.500
1,107,546

Jan. & July 1887
do
1881
M’ch&April 1884
do

99
90
87 M

1868

1st

Jan. & July 1874
do
1880

283,000
2,606,000
642,000
169.500

July.

600,000
364,000

ceased).

"ndiana: 1st Mortgage
Uoomsburq 1st Mort

1

2d
•

e,

„

...

....

1880
1885
1895

109.500
108, iOO

100
100

1870
70-75

300,000 7

Mortgage

82% S7 %

Feb. & Aug 1873
M’ch A Sep 1876
Jan. & July 1875

600,000
161,000

■

.

91% 92

500,000 6 May & Nov 1870
600,000 6 Feb. & Aug 1875

do

1st Mort

....

:

Sinking Fund Mortgage
Mortgage Bonds of 1866

.

.

o

85% S6

1,000,000

do
convertible
do
Cleveland and Toledo ($2,746,280):

Mortgage

Jeffersonville RR., 2d Mort
Indianap. Sr Madison RR., 1st M..
Jeff., Mad. & Indianap., 1st Mort..

1890

500,000

1,907,000
192,000
523,000

"effersonviue, Madison A Indianapolis

1

.

7

?

sinking fund.

Mortgage

1st

1893

121,000

Mortgage

..

91

80

July

Jnly
July

-

927,000 6 Jan. & July 1873

i ndiana Central:
1st Mortgage, (interest
2d
do
i
1st Mortgage...

*

l.»0*'

94

Jan. &

Jan. Sr,

Jan. &

•

...

Jan. &

6,668,500 7 April & Oct 1875
do
do
do 6 per cent 2,523,000 6
do
1875
Redemption bonds
do
1890
2,563,000 6
Sterling Redemption bonds
do
.358,000 6
1875
1st

..

1898

450,000

Ap’l &

•

-

)
75-’80

May & Nov

•

....

Oct. 1888

Construction bonds, 1S75

84

July

OQ

700,000 6 Jan. & July 1883

Huntingdon A Broad Top($ 1,

93

Jan. &

7
7

3,437,750
633,600

Mortgage..

do
do
Convertible

M’ch& Sep 1890

May & Nov
July

1,300,000

dev., Pain. A Ashtabula'.




*

May & Nov.

Jan. &

534,900

1st Mort. Bonds
2d Mort. Bonds

326,000 7
700,000 7
600,000 7

2,1:55,000

J’ne & Dec. 1893
1880
Jan. & July 1873
Ap’l & Oct. 1879
Feb. & Aug 1882
Mar. & Sep. 1875
Feb. & Aug 1870
May & Nov. 1875

795,000

-

1st

90

c

rt
»

9

Harrisburg A Lancaster

...

Feb.& Aug. 1883

PQ

y

1

1st Mortgage
3d
do
Hubbard Branch

1st

•

1st

Cleveland, Cot. and Cine. ($450,000):
1st Mort.(payable $25,000 per year)
Cleveland A Mahoning ($1,752,400):

Toledo

1866

Jan. & July 1870
do
1896

6,663,000

2d

2d
8d

•

2d

Mortgage (C. & R. I.)
do
(new)
Cine., Ham. A Dayton ($1,629,000):
1st Mortgage

2d

•

Ph

1,968,000 7 Feb. & Aug 1882
1,086,000 7 May & Nov. 1875
927,000 6 Jan. & July 1870
1,000,000 10 April & Oct 1868
1,455,000 7 Feb. & Aug 1888
2,500,000
May & Nov. 1893

Land Grant
Mortj
Convertible Bonds.

Quarterly. 1915
Feb. & Aug 1885

756,000

1st
1st

6 per cent

90

Feb. & Aug 1885
do
1885
May & Nov. 1863

2,oob,000

Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific:

2d
3d
4th

54

7
7

149,000
388,000

Bonds guaranteed by State
Bonds unsecured

1870

Jan. &

1,250,000
3,600,000

1st
Mortgage
Interest Bonds
Consol. S. F. Bonds, conv. till 1870
Extension Bonds

Pittsburg ($3,872,860)
Mortgage

•

873
1879

Jan. & July 1S83
Ap’l A Oct. 1895

5,600,000

1st

Cleveland A

•

M

3,000,000 7 May & Nov. 1867
4,000,000 7 M’ch & Sep 1879
do
1883
6,000,000 7.
4,441,600 7 April & Oct 1880
926,500 7 June & Dec 1888
3,875,520 6 M’ch & Sep 1875

Gal. A Chic. U. (ind. in C. A N. W.):
1st Mortgage, sinking fund
2d
do
do
rand Junction :
Mortgage..
real West., 111.: 1st Mort., W, Div.
1st Mortgage Whole Line...
2nd do
do
Greenville A Columbia: 1st Mort....

April & Oct 1870
Jan. & July 1870

May & Nov.
Jan. & July
Ap'l & Oct.

1,100,000

Chic., Burl, and Quincy ($5,754,406):
Trust Mortgage (S. F.)
Chicago and Gt. Eastern 1st Mort..
Chicago and Milwaukee :

do
Cincinnati Richmond A Chicago..
Cincinnati A Zanesville.
1st Mortgage

•

T3

1,000,000
July 1880
570,000 5 April A Oct 1862

New Dollar Bonds

General Mortgage
Bonds conv. into pref. stock
Camden and Amboy ($10,264,463):
Dollar Loans
do
Dollar Loan
Consolidated ($5,000,000) Loan....

1st
2d

•

....

7
7

Mortgage
Georgia

J’ne & Dec. 1877
May & Nov 1S72

Ap’l & Oct.

598,000

Sterling convertible (£800,000)

53*

July
Ap’l & Oct.

Pennsylvania:

Erie and Northeast ($400,000):

Feb. & Aug 1865
do
1865
do
1889

<2

■c&

394,00C 5 Jan. & July 1872
750,00C 6 Feb. & Aug 1874
do
1885
1S0,93C e

do
do

.

•»

T3

Payable.

i

Williamsport : 1st Mortgage
5 per cent. Bonds
Erie Railway ($22,370,982):
1st Mortgage
2d
do
convertible
3d
do
4th
do
convertible
5th'
do
do

—

FRIDAY.

•—i

300,(MX 7 Jan. & July 18S3
do
1894
660,00C 7

Elmira A

May
Ap’l & Oct. 18-4
Ja Ap JuOc 1S67

Jan. &

444,00

of Oct. '8rt4

do

section.

Sinking Fund Bonds
....

C3

-

2d section..

-

ai

—

:

Mortgage, convertible....
do

••

East

J’ne & Dec. 1867
M’ch & Sep 1885
Feb. & Aug 1877

500,000

do

do

1,000,000

do

Id Mort.
*

62

Mortgage, 1st

City

Eastern, Mass. ($1,848,400):

....

Jan. & July
9
do
1870

,;d Mort.

Boston, Cone. A Montreal ($1,050,000):

1st
1st

62*

1,852,000

.

*4
do
B+ idere held ware :
* it Mort.
(guar. C. aud L
•

Ap’l

and Sioux

Jan. «fc July 1875
do
1880
Ap’l & Oct. 1885

628.500

Bellefontaine ($1,745,000):
1st Mortgage

<

62

1877
1882
1879
1881
1876
1883
& Oct 1884
do
1895
LS 0
do
do
1866
<fe Nov. 1878

1,225,000
4:13,000

1850
1853...

OQ

m

$2,151,500

484,000
..

is not uiven in detail in the 2d col outstand
nmn it is expressed
by the figures
ing.
in brackets after the Co’s name.

Railroad:

do )
1st Mortgage S’k’g Fund (Buff, ex
Consolidated Bonds
17,105,000
AtlanticASt. Law. 1st Mort.(Portland) 1,500,000
2d Mortgage
26S,900

do

T3

t

INTEREST.

N.H.—Where the total Funded Debt Amount

-a

Payable.

BOND LIST.

7

May & Nov. 1885
do
1877
Feb. & Aug 1868
Jan. &

July

1891

4,269,000 7 Jan. & July
324,000 7 April & Oct
1,500,500 7 April <fc Oct
135,500 7 Jan. & July

1893
1893
1884
1875

600,00C
297,500

6
10

881,900
4,187,000

8

May & Nov.

\l

do

75,843

8

Jan. & July 1876
do
1870

do
do

81
....

*

...

107
111
98
90
99

....

....

do

1881

.

.

.

76
....

..

.

....

....

• •••

1876

do

.

86

100,000 7 Jan. & July 1870

750,000 7

•

•

....

1867
188 i
1882
1876

310,000 7

•

•

•

•

•

July 13,1867.]

THE

CHRONICLE.

57

RAILROAD, CANA!L) AftD ' MISCELLANEOUS

Subscribers will confer
N.

B. —The figures after the
refer to the vol. and

name,

a

great favor by

out¬

ist of Chronicle
Eagereport. * meanscontaining standing.
leased “

Last paid.
Date, irate]Bid. (Ask.

Periods.

Railroad.
far
Alton and St Louis*...:
100
153,000 Quarterly.
Atlantic & St. Lawrence*... .100 2,494,900 Feb. &
Aug
Baltimore and Ohio
100 16,151,962 April w. Oci
Washington Brunch*
100 1,650,000 April & Oct
Bellefbntaine Line
100 4,42'),000 Feb. &
Aug
Belvidere, Delaware
100
996,647

Berkshire*

100

Blossburg and Corning*

Boston, Hartford and Erie
Boston and Lowell
Boston and

Maine, 3,

50
100
500

p.

355.. .100

Providence
Boston and Worcester

100

Boston ana

Fob. ’67
Apr. 67

Apr. ’67
Feb. ’6T

600,000 Quarterly. July '67
250,000 J une & Dec Juue ’67
11,877,000
1,830,0001 Jan. & July July ’67
4,076,971 Tan. & July July ’6«
3,360,000 Tan. & July July ’67
4,500,000 •Tan. & July July "67
2,100,000 •Tan. & July Jan. ’67
1,000,0011 Feb. <fc Aug Fob. ’67
306,000

>re!erred....

(preferred)

100

Chicago and Alton, 4, p. 329..
10J

do
preterred. .100
Chic.Bur. and Quincy, 3, p 261.100
Chicago and Great Eastern.. .100
Chicago, Iowa & Nebraska*... 100
Chicago and Milwaukee* ••••100

400,000
124,550

April.

Apr. ’67
Apr. ’67

3,886,500 Mar & Sep Mar. '6
2,425,000 Mar & Sep Mar. ’67
10,193,010 May & Nov May ’67
4,390,000

.

page of Chronicle
lasL report. * meanscontaining
“ leased."

out¬

standing.

New York and New
Haven. ..100

July ’67 1#

100
Br adway & 7th Avenue
1 0
Brooklyn City
10
Brooklyn City and Newtown. 100
Batl'alo, New York. <fc Erie*. .100
850,000 Tune & Dec June '67
Buffalo and State Line
100 2,200,000 Fob. &
Aug Feb ’67
Camden and Amboy. 4, p. 599.100 6,936,625 Feb. &Aug
Aug. 67
Camden and Atlantic
50
522,351
do
do
preferred 50
600,000
Cape Cod
60
721,926 •Tan. & July July ’67
Catawissa*
50) 1,150.000
1,150.1
do
)
preferred
0C) April & Oct Apr. ’67
50] 2
2,200,(
Central Georgia & Bank’g Co.IOCS 4,666,*
800 •Tune
Dot- June ’67
Central of New Jersey
10t 13,000,<
000,000 Quarterly. July ’67
Central Ohio
2,600.000
do
Cheshire

ns Immediate notice of
any error discovered In onr Table*.
N. H.—The figures after the
Dividend.
FRIDAY.
name refer
to the vol. and
Stock
FRIDAY*

Dividend.

Stock

STOCK LIST.

giving

2
4
5
3

IX
2#

New York, Prov. & Boston.. .100
Ninth Avenue
.100
Northern of New
Hampshire. 100
Northern Central, 4, p. 568..
50
North Carolina
100
North Missouri
100
North Pennsylvania
4 50
Norwich and Worcester.... ..100

Periods.

Last paid.
Date, (rate Bid. | Ask

6.000,000 Jan. * July July ’67
& July July ’67
795,360

USX

1,755,281 Jan.

8,068,400 June & Dec June ’67
4,518,900 Quarterly. jFeb. ’67

4,000,000

2.469,307
3,150,150

(Feb. ’67
nx
2,363,600 Jan. &
90
106
’67
Ogdensburg & L. Champlain.100 3,077,000 Feb. & July July ’67
4" 118
Aug Feb.
do
preferred. 100
356,400 Apr. & Oct Apr. ’67
5
100
129#
Ohio andMiss.certif.,
4,p. 631.100 20,222,647
5
26X 27*
do
preferred..100. 3,007,197| January. Jan. ’67
60
5
67
148#
Old Colony and
Newport
100 4,848,300 Jon. & July July ’67
5
92X
Orange and Alexandria
100 2,063,6561
3#
Oswego and Syracuse
i\ 50
482,400 Feb. & Aug Feb. ’67 4X
Panama
100 7,000,000
Quarterly July ’67 6
3#
Pennsylvania
50 20,000.00U May & Nov
5
May ’67 3c5s ioex 105,\
Philadelphia and Erie*
50 5,083,700 Jan. &
5
130
56X 57#
July |Jan. ’67 3
mx Phila. and
Reading, 4, p. 89.. 50 22,742,867 Jan.
Phila., Germant. & Norrist’n* 50 1,507,8*0 Apr. & July July ’67 5 104X 104#
126
&
Phila., Wilming. & Baltimore. 50 9,019,300 Jan. & Oct Apr. ’67 5
3X
July]July ’67 4 107X 108
Pittsburg HiidConnellsville. 50 1,776,129
Pittsb.,Ft.W. & Chic.,4,p.471.100 11,440,987
58
Quarterly. 'July ’67 2X ioix 102''
3# 57
Portland & Kennebec (new)..100
Feb. &
5
Aug. ’67 3
Portland, Saco, & Portsm’th.100 1,500,000 June &Aug. June ’67 3 100
2# 122*
Providence and Worcester... .100 1,750,000 Jan. & Dec
July July ’67 4
Raritan and Delaware
Bay.... 100
6
Rensselaer & Saratoga consollOO 2,530,700
800,000 April &Oct Apr. ’67
2# 57
Saratoga and Whitehall... .100
500,000 April & Oct Apr. ’67
113
5
114
Troy, Salem & Rutland
.100
114
800,000
118
5
Richmond aud Dan., 4, p.456.100 2,000,000 April & Oct Apr. ’67
5
149
Richmond & Petersb.,1,p.488.100 1,008,600
Rome, Watert. & Ogdeneb’g..l00 2,385,500 Jan. &
July July ’67
Rutland

72%

13

•

,

«•••>

...

1,000,000 Jan. & July July ’67
and Burlington
100 2,233,376
2,227,000 •Tan. & July
St. Louis,
Chicago and Northwestern .100 13,160,927
Alton, & TerreH... 100 2.300,000
54
46# 45)4
do
do '
do
do
pref. .100 12,994,719 Annually. Dec. ’66
85
68*, 68# St. Louis, Jacksonv. & pref.100 1,700,000 Annually. May ’67
Chic.*lC0 1,469,429
Chicago, Rock Isl. & Pacific..l00 9,100.000 April »feOct Apr. ’67
y va
Sandusky, and Cincinnati
Cincinnati,Ham. & Dayton.. 100 3,129,200
50 2,989,090
April & Oct Apr. ’67
do
do
Cincin.,Richm’d & Chicago...l00
pref. 50
393,073
350,000
Cincinnati and Zanesville..... 50
Sandusky, Mansf. & Newark.100 900,000 May & Nov May ’67
1,600,250
Saratoga and Hudson River.. 100 1,020,000
Cleveland, Columbus, & Cin..l00 6,000,000 Feb. &
Aug Feb. ’67 4 10ix
Savannah & Charleston
Cleveland
10" 1,000,000
50 2,044,600 May & Nov May ’67 4
Mahoning*
Schuylkill Valley*
Cleveland, Painesv. & Ashta.100 5,000,000 Jan. &
50
676,050 Jan. & July July ’67 2*
5
July July ’67
Sharaokin Val. & Pottsville*. 50
Cleveland and Pittsburg
50 5,391,575 Jan. & July Jau. ’66 4
869,450 Feb. & Aug Feb. ’67 2X
9 oX 90 XI Shore
Line Railway...
Cleveland and Toledo,3, p. 161 50 4,841,600
100
635.200 Jan. & July Jan. ’67 3
April & Oct Apr. ’67 6
120)4 mx | Sixth Avenue
Columbus & Indianap. Cent..100
(N. Y.)....'..... 100
750,000 Quarterly. May ’67 5
122
Quarterly. Apr. ’(57 2*
j South Carolina
Columbus and Xenia*
50 5,819,275
1,786.800 Jan. & July July '67 5
I South Side (P.
Concord
& L.) 4, p. 521. .100 1,360,000
May &
South West.Georgia,
£0 1.500,000 Jan. & Nov May '67 5
Concord and Portsmouth
3,
100
850,000
! Syracuse, Bingh’Lon & p. 616.100 2,203,400 Feb. & Aug Feb. ’66
Conn.& Passump. 3,p.216 pref.tOO 1.514.300 Jan. & July July 67 3# 80
N. Y..100 1,200,130
Terre Haute &
July July ’67 3
Connecticut River
Indianapolis.. 50 1,983,160 Jan. & July July ’67
10
1,650,000 Jan. «fc July July ’67 4
j Third Avenue (N. YA
Cumberland Valley
100
50 1.316.900 Apr. & Oct Apr. ’67 4
,] j Toledo, Peoria, & Warsaw.. .100 1,170,000 Quarterly.
Davton and Michigan
100 2,384,910
776.200
I
do
do lstpret.100 1,651,314
Delaware*
July '67
do
j50 11,238,550 Jan. & July Jan. ’67
>(J 406,132 Tau. &
do 2d pref.100
Delaware, Lacka., & Western
908,424
125X 126
July
Toledo, Wabash & Western.. 50 5,700,000
Des Moines Valley
100 1,550,050
49# 49#
do
do
Detroit and Milwaukee
preferred. 50 1,000,000 May & Nov
100
452,350
w# 72
May ’67
i Utica and Black River
do
do
100
834,400 Jan. & July Jan. ’67
pref... 100 1,500,000
Vermont and Canada*
Dubuque and Sioux City
100 2,250,000 June & Dec June’67
100 1,673,952
95#
I Vermont and
do
do
Massachusetts. .100 2,860,000 Jan. & July July ’67
pref... 100 1,988,170 March.
52
>: Virginia
53
Mar. ’• 7 7s.
Central, 3, p. 678....100 3,353,679
Eastern, (Mass) ............ 100 3.578.300 Jan. &
July July ’67 4 109X
] f Virginia and Tennessee
East Tennessee &
.100 2,94 ,791
530s
Georgia.. .100 2,141,970
do
do
East Tennessee & Virginia
565,500
100 1,902,000
Western (Mass), 4, p. 247pref.100
Elmira and Williamsport*..
.!l00 8,710,800 •Tan. & JHly July ’67
138
50
500,000 May & Nov May ’67 2# 68
Western (N.
do
do
Carolina)
100 1,860,000 Jan. &
pref. 50
500,000 Jan. & July July 67 3% 82
July Jan. ’64
Western Union (Wis. &
Erie, 4, p.599
100 16,574,30G Feb. &
2,687,237
71
71X; Worcester and Nashua Ill.)
Aug F«b. ’6*» 4
do preferred
75 1,141,000 Jan. &
10<
8.536.900 January. Jan. ’67 7
T6# 79 |
July July ’67 5X
Erie and Northeast*
Canal.
50
600,000 Feb. & Aug Feb. ’67 5
Chesapeake and Delaware.... 25 1,818,963 June &
Fitchburg
100 3,540,000 Jan. & July July 67 4
Dec June ’67
Chesapeake and Ohio
Georgia
25 8,228,595
100 4,156,000 Apr. & Oct. Apr. ’67 6
Delaware Division
Hannibal and St.
50 1,633,350 Feb. &
114"
100 1,900,000
Joseph
60
Delaware and Hudson
Ang Feb.' ’’67
do
do
.100 10,000,000 Feb. &
156
pref. 100 5,253,83*'
70
Delaware & Raritan, 4,
Aug Feb. ’67
Hartford and New Haven.
p. 599.100
.100 8,000,000 Quarterly. July ’67 3
180
Lehigh Coal and Navigation 60 2,521,300 Feb. & Aug Aug. ’67
Honsatonic preferred..
100 1,180,000 May & Nov May
May &
’67] 4
Monongahela Navigation Co. 50 6,137.000 Jan. & Nov May ’67
Hudson River...
:
100 13.937.400 April & Oct Apr. ’67 4
728,100
109* 110
dan. ’67
Morris
Huntingdon and Broad Top *. 50
(consolidated),4, p.631. 10 1,025.000 Feb. & July Feb. ’67
56*’ 60”
494,380
do
Aug
preferred
do
do
100 1,175,000 Feb. &
pref. 50
190,750 Jan. & July Jan. ’67 3#
Aug Feb. ’67
Schuylkill Naviga. (consol.).. 50
Illinois Central, 4,
41
p. 811
1,908,207 Feb. & Aug Feb. ’67
100 23,386,450 Jan. &
:24
’67 5
do
Indianapolis and Cincinnati.. 50 1.689.900 Mar. & July July ’67 4 123)5 80
prefer.. 60
61# 62#
Mar.
79
Susquehanna & Tide-Water.. 50 2,888,806 Feb. & Aug Feb. ’fc7
Jeffersonv., Mad. «fc lndianap.100 2,000,000 Jan. & Sep Jan.
2,052,083
63#
’66
Jnly
Union, preferred
Joliet and Chicago*....
50 2,907,850
100
300,000 Quarterly. Apr. ’67 i#
West Branch &
Joliet and N. Indiana
Susquehanna. 50 1,100,000 •Jan. & July Jan. ’65
300,000 Jan. & Jtilv Jan. ’67 4
Wyoming Valley
Lackawanna and
50
106
800,000 Irregular. Sept.’66
Bloomsburg 50 1,335,000
Misccllaneo as.
Lehigh Valley.
50 10.734.100 Quarterly. July ’67
2# 115# 117X Coal.—American
Lexington and Frankfort
25 1,500,000 Mar. &
100
514,646 May & Nov May ’67 3
Sep. Mar. ’67 3±ex
Ashburton
Little Miami.:..*
50 2,500,000
60 3.572.400 June & Dec June ’67 4
Butler
little Schuylkill*.
25
50 2.646.100 Jan. &
500,000 Jun. &Dec. June ’67
62#
Consol idation
July July ’67 2
Liong Island.
100| 6,000,000
50 3,000,000
Central
Quarterly. May ’67 2
Loaisville and Frankfort
100 2,000,000 Jan. &
50 1,109,594 Jan. &
45
July Jan. ’67
July July ’67 8
Cumberland
Louisville and Nashville
.100 5,000,000
40
100 5,500,000 Feb. &
40
Aug Feb. ’67 4
Pennsylvania
Louisville,New Alb. & Chic..100 2,800,0001
50 8,200,000 Quarterly. Feb. ’67
170
179
Spring Mountain
Macon and Western
50 1,250,000 Jan. &
44
100 1,500,000 May & Nov
5C
Jnly Jan. ’67
May ’67
Spruce Hill
Maine Central
10 1,000,000 Jan. &
:100 1,600,860
Jnly
Wilkesbarre
Marietta and Cincinnati
100 €>,•«*>,
50 2,029,778
39
40
3,400,000 Apr. & Oct
do
do 1st pref. 50
Wyoming VaUey
100 1,250.000 Feb. &
6,586,135 Mar. & Sep Sep. ’66 3s 19
Aug Aug. ’66
do
Gas.—Brooklyn
do 2d pref. 60
25 2,000,000 Feb. &
200'
Mar. & Sep Sep. ’66 39.
Aug Feb. ’GT
Citizens
Manchester and Lawrence—100 4,051,744
(Brooklyn)
20 1,200,000 Jan. &
1.000,000! May & Nov May ’67 5
July July ’67
Harlem
Memphis & Chariest., 3p. 487.100 5,312,725
50
644,000
Mur. ’62
Jersey City & Hoboken.. 20
Michigan Central, 3, p. 152.. .100 7,502,866 Jan. &
386,000
July ’67
July July ’67
110X11
Manhattan
Michigan Southern & N. Ind..l00 9,813,500 Feb. &
50 4,000,000 Tan. &
141
July July '67
Aug Feb. ’65
SOX: 80X
do
Metropolitan
do
100 2,800,000
guar.100
787,700 Feb. & Aug Feb. ’6
103
New Yorx
Milwaukee&P.dn Ch.lst pref.100
50 1,000,000 May & Nov May ’67
8,204,296 February... Feb. ’6T|
93X 93X
William burg
do
do
2d pref.100
50 •’ 750.0*0 Jan. &
841,400 February... Feb. ’67
7o
80
July July ’67
Milwaukee and St. Paul.
ImprovemenJ. Canton 100. (16jpd) 4,600,( 00
48# 48#
100[ 3,627,000 Jan. & July
45X 46‘
Boston Water Power
do
100 4,000,(K0
preferred...... 100' 7,371,000 Jan. & July Jan. ’67
28# 23#
64
Tuiy ’66 20
Mine Hill &
64,X
Brunswick City
Schuylkill Haven 50
100 1,000,000
Jan. & July July ’67
112
114
Teleoranh.— vVestern Union. 100
Mississippi & Tenn. 4, p. 489.100 3,775,600
28,450,000 Jan. & July Tn y *67
825,399
48# 48#
Mobile and Ohio
Express.—A-dams
100 10;000,000 Quarterly, Nov ’66
....100 3,588,300
69
69#
American
Montgomery and West Point.lCO 1,644,104
600 9,000,000 Quarterly Nov. ’66
64
65
Morris and Essex
Merchants’ Union........100
50] 3,500,000 Mar. & Sep Mar. ’67 3X8 65
19
26,000,000
Naehna and Lowell
United States
100 6,000,000
100
Dec. 566
600,009 May & Nov Aug ’67 20
Nashville & Chattanooga
Wells, Fargo & Co.. ...100 10,000,000 Quarterly.
100 2,056,544
64
65 ‘
Naugatuck!
Steamship.—Atlantic MaL... .100 4,000,000 Quarterly. Tune ’67
.100 1*408,600 Feb. &
2# 110
no#
New Bedford and Taunton
Aug Aug. ’67
Pacinc Mail....;
.100
100 20,000,000 Quarterly. Tune ’67 3
144
500.000 Jan. & July July ’67
Mtw Haven &
144#
S. American
Northampton.. 100 1,224*100
Navigation. .100
L00-,
New Jersey, 4, p. 183.
July ’67
Union Navigation
100 6,250,000 Feb. &
100 4,000,000 Quarterly. Dec. *66
New London Northern..
Ang Feb. ’67
Trust.—Farmers’ L. A Trust.. 26 1,000,000 Jan. &
10O
25
895.000) Mar & Sep. Mar. ’67
Jnly Tuly W 6
N. Orleans, Opel. & Gt.
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92,683
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300,000 384,266 Jan. and July. Feb.
Citizens’
’67.7%
70
210,000 338,878 Feb. and Aug.
City
100
250,000 276,591 Jan. and July. July ’67. 6
Clinton
do
Jnly’64.3%
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.100
600,000 309,622
Columbia*
do
July ’67 ..5
200,000 214,147
Commerce (N.Y.). .100
Feb. ’<7.5
400,000 424,189 Feb. and Aug.
Commerce (Alb’v).lOO
60
200,000 228,696 Jan. and July. July ’67 . .6
Commercial
July 67...5
Commonwealth.. 100 250,000 234,872 Jan. and July.
500,000 1,289,037 Jan. and July. Jn'y ’67 ..7
.• .100
Continental *
Mar. ’64..5
50
400,000 404,178 March and Sep
Com Exchange..
36,518
100
40
300,000 424,295 April and Oct. Apr. *67..6
Eagle
100
200,000 203,990 Jan. and July. July’67 . .7
Empire City
do
July'67,. .5
50
200,000 229,276
Excelsior
30
150,000 134,065 Feb. and Aug.
Exchange
17
204,000 241,840 Jan. and July. Jnly'67 .5
Firemen’s
do
July ’66.3%
150,000 122,468
Firemen’s Fund.. 10
do
Jnly ’65 . .6
150,000 166,933
Firemen s Trust. 10
do
July ’66 .5
25
200,000 200,766
Fnlton
50
150,000 149,689 May and Nov. Feb.
Gallatin
’f>7 ..5
.100
200,000 227,954 Feb. and Aug.
Gebhard
50
600,000 525,762 Jan. and July. Jnly ’67 ..7
Germania
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50
200,000 200,015 Jan. and July. July’67 .6
Globe
Jan. and July. Jnly 67.3%
Great Westem*+. .100 1,000,000 2,385,657
25
200,000 255,657 Feb. and Ang. Aug ’66..5
Greenwich
50
200,000 170,225 April and Oct. Apr. ’65..5
Grocers’
200,000 177,173 Jan. and July. July ’67 3%
Guardian
do
July '67 ..5
15
150,000 162,571
Hamilton
do
July ’67 . .6
50
400,000 419,952
Hanover
do
Jnly’66 .5
50
200,000 152.229
Hoffman
do
July C7 .5
.100 2,000,000 2,271,387
Home
do
July ’65 .5
50
150,000 135,793
nope
do
July 67 .5
50
500,000 546,522
Howard
do
July ’65 .6
200,000 195,926
Humboldt,
>.... .100
do
Jnly ’65 .6
50
200,000 167,833
Import’ & Traders
800,604 Feb. and Ang. Aug.’66.3%
.100 1,000,000
International
Feb. ’67..6
do
26
200,000 206,179
Irving
30
238,808 March and Sep Mar.’67 ..4
200,010
Jefferson
176,678 Jan. and July. Jnly ’67 6
150,000
Kind’s Co’ty(Bklyn)20
do
July ’67 .6
302,741
280,000
Knickerbocker... 40
Jan. ’67 ..5
do
150,000 141,434
Lafayette (B’klyn) :.50
Jan, ’67 .5
do
.100
300,000 863,006
Lamar
do
July ’67 .4
25
150,000 121,607
Lenox
do
Jnly ’67..7
200,000 284,605
Loner Island (B’kly).50
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July ’67 ..5
Lorillard*
1,000,000 1,118,664
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July’67.. 5
100
500,000 610,930
Manhattan
do
July ’67 3%
.100
200,000 288,917
Market*
do
July’67 ..5
200,000 222,921
Meehan’ & Trade’ 25
do
July ’67..6
150,000 146,692
Mechanics (B’klyn) .50
do
July 67 6
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200,000 195,546
Mercantile
do
July’67 .10
50
200,000 246,169
Merchants’
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do
July '67 ..5
150,000 161,743
Montank (B’klyn) ..50
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July ’67.10
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150,000 259,270
Nassau (B’klyn)..
do
July’67 ..6
200,000 228,628
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National
do
July ’67.. 6
25
300,000 319,870
New Amsterdam.
210,000 264,703 Jan. and July. July’67 ..5
N. Y. Equitable 3 35
200,000 247.895 Feb. and Aug. Feb.’67.. 6
N.Y.Fire and Mar.100
50 1,000,000 1,053,825 Jan. and July. Ju'y’67 ..5
Niagara
do
July’67 ..5
500,000 511,631
North American*. 50
25
350,000 379,609 April and Oct. Apr. ’67..5
North River
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200,000 244,293 Jan. and July. July’67..6
Pacific
do
July’67 ..5
.100
200,000 212,521
Park
Jan. ’67 ..5
do
20
150,000 185,365
Peter Cooper
do
July’67 ..5
20
150,000 14‘,203
People’s
do
July’67. .5
Phoenix + Br’klyn 50 1,000,000 1,077,288
do
July’67.. 5
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200,000 190,167
Reliei
do
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300,000 453,233
Republic*
do
July’66.3%
200 000
.100
185,952
Resolute*
25
200,000 216,819 Feb. and Ang. Feb. ’67. .5
Rutgers’
Feb. ’67..5
do
25
150,000 140,819
St. Mark’s
25
St. Nicholast
150,000 156,220 Jan. and July. Aug. ’66 .5
1,000,000 962,181 Feb. and Ang. Feb.’66.3%
Security +
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200,000 226,156 Jan. and July. Jnly *67 .5
Standard
do
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July ’67 ..5
200,000 195,780
Star
100
200,000 206,731
Sterling *
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Stuyvesant
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Jan. ’87 ..5
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400,000 630,314 Feb. and Ang. Feb. ’67... 6
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Bemis Heights
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Bennehoff Run
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Bennehoff Mutual.....

Bergen Coal and
Bradley Oil

Bid. Askd

Companies.

Bid. Askd

Companies.

First

(July 13,1867.

THE CHRONICLE

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Capital of Lake Superior comnanies generally $500,000, in 20,000 shares

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Companies.

Bid. Askd

Companies.

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Alameda Silver
10
American Flag
Atlantic & Pacific
Ayres Mill & Mining ..
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Bates & Baxter

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Reynolds
Rocky Mountain...

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Bid. Askd

Companies.

Copake Iron

Foster Iron

Lake Superior Iron
Bncks County Lead
Denbo Lead
Manhan Lea>d
Phenix Lead
If on Tank Storage

par

Tudor Lead

5

Saeinaw, L. S. & M..

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Companies.

Wallkill Lead
Wallace Nickel

par
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69

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Long Island Peat
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Rutland Marble
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Savon de Terre

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Manhattan Silver...
Midas Silver
Montana

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Gunnell

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First National

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Owyhee Mining....

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Crozier
Des Moines

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12

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Consolidated Gregory... 100

Hope
Keystone Silver...

Liberty

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Gunnell Union
Holman

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A

man

defraud

named Lansing has been arrested in Detroit for conspiracy to
insurance company. Lansing and two other young meo)

an

Accident Insurance Company, conspired with a
insurance of $6,000 upon her husband who had
been suddenly killed, and to date it back several days. The widow
consented, and papers were made out. In due time the administrators
of the estate of the deceased received the whole amount, $6,000. This
was a different turn from what it was expected the affair would take
as it was supposed the money would be sent to the widow through the
the care of one of the party who was engaged in the conspiracy. All
three were now in a dilemma as to how they would secure their portion
of the proceeds. Lansing even went so far as to threaten prosecution
in case hi9 share was not/orthcoming. This anxiety for their plunder
induced the administrators to inquire into his claims, and the swindle
was exposed.
The two confederates of Lansing were arrested tot
agents for a Hartford
widow to procure an

week.

INSURANCE.

American Fire
Insurance Co.,
INSTITUTE, THIRD

AVENUE.

$500,000 00
255 057 77

Casli Capital

Surplus

Capital and Surplus, January 1.
1867, $755,057 77.

Casta

(INSURANCE
49 WALL

Property against Loss or Damage by Fire at
usual rates.
Policies issued and Losses paid at the office of the
Company, or at its various Agencies in the principal
cities in the United States.
JAMES W. OTIS, President.
R. W. BLEECKER, VicePres’t.

NEW

having reduced its capital according
to law, under the sanction of the Superintendent of the
Insnrance Department to the sum of
This Company

Risks on

The Mercantile Mutual

the city
Marine
Cargo only, at the office in the Metropolitan

Bank Building.

JAMES LORIMER GRAHAM
President.

Directors :
F. H. Wolcott,
T. W. Turney,
William T. Blodgett.
Charles P. Kirkland,
Watson E. Case,
John A. Graham,
John C. Henderson,
James L. Graham,
Clinton B. Fisk.

Martiu Bates,

Dudley B. Fuller,

Franklin H. Delano,
Gilbert L. Beeckman.

Joseph B. Varnum,

Lorrain Freeman,.

Edward A Stansbury,
J. Boorman Johnston,
Samuel D. Bradford,
W. R.

WADSWORTH,'Secretary.

During the past year this Company
Policv-holders,
a

L. J.

J.

SENDEE, President.

PER

CENT.

scrip dividend to dealers, based

all classes of risks are equally

Srofltahle, this the current rates, when premiums are
iscount from Company makes such cash abatement, or
paid,

as

experience of underwriters will

the general

warrant, and the nett

profits remaining at the close of

the year, will he divided to the stockholders.
This Company continues to
on
rine and Inland Navigat ion and Transportation Risks,
on the most favorable terms, including Risks on Mer¬

make Insurance

at the Office in New York, or in Sterling,
Bros. & Co., in Liverpool.

Office ofRathbone,

INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS

D. Golden Murray,
E. UaydocK. White,
N L. McCready,
Daniel T. Willets,
L. Edgcrton,

Henry Eyre,
Cornelius Grinnell,

Henrj R. Kunhardt,
John P. Williams,
William Nelson, Jr.,
Charles Dimon,
A. William Heye,
Harold Dollner,
Paul N. Spofford.

Joseph Slagg,
Jas. D. Fish,

Geo. W. Hennings,
Francis Hathaway,
Aaron L. Reid,
Ellwood Walter.
ELLWOOD WALTER. President.

JAS. A.

$1,600,000

No.

CASH

adjusted and promptly paid, Charequitably.
viuends paid in 15 years,253 per cent.
Cashaiv

teredl850.

Co.,

SURPLUS, Jan. 1st, 1867

$500,000 00

$100,000 00

'... 156,303 98

$556,303 98
24,550 00

Gross.Assets
Total Liabilities

INSURANCE COMPANY.

RANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS,

September 1st, 1866, over $16,000,000 00.

FREDERICK S. WINSTON, President.
R. A.

McCURDY, Vice-President.

Seoreurie.




to their New Offices,
Broadway, corner of Barclay si.,

May 1st.
occupied by them, 6$ William
on

now

Actuary,,Sheppabd Homans.

to the newly-discovered gold

Financial.
W. W. Loring.

A. M. Foute,
Late Pres. Gayoso Bank,

& Loring,

Foute

BANKERS AND

BROKERS,

State, Bank, and Railroad Stocks and
Bonds Bought and Sold.
Interest allowed on
Deposits subject to check at sight. Collections
made in all t he States and Canadas.

BANKERS,

24 BROAD STREET.
Buy and Sell at Market Rates.

NO.

ALL UNITED STATES SECURITIES.
Solicit accounts from MERCHANTS, BANKERS and
others, and allow interest on daily balances, subject to
Sight draft.
Make collections on favorable terms,
And promptly execute orders for the Purchase or Sale
of Gold, State, Federal and Railroad Securities.

BANKING HOUSE OF

Rent.

Steamship Companies.

f

Drake Klein wort&Cohen
The
in the

SAMUEL THOMPSON Sc
NEPHEWS’ Black Star Ltnr of
Liverpool Packets, and National
tNMmi Line of Liverpool and Queenstown
Steamers,, sailing every week. Passage office 78 Broad¬
ly .corner
way ,w* .ier of Rector Street (formerly 275 Pearl Street).
7 :h Drafts on the Royal Bank of Ireland,
‘
Sight ~
al
all Its Branches, and on C. Grimshaw* Co., Liverpool,
payable in any part of England and Wales.

payable in
Bankers
supplied with Sterling drafts and through tickets from
to any part of the

United States.

STREET,

(Established 1854.)
Members of the New York Stock Exchange, Gold Ex¬
change, and Mining Board.
Dealers in Government Securities. Special atten¬
tion given to Collections. Four per cent interest
allowed on Bal inces, subject to check at sight.
WHITE, MORRIS A CO.
'

LONDON AND

the Old Country

free; under eight years,

cabin.
A limited quantity of merchandise will he conveyed
under through bill of lading.
For further information, application to he made to
the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, No. 59 Wall st.,
Or to CHARLES W. WEST, Agent,
No. 23 William st., New York.

29 WALL

Will Remove

The office

run

of Hokitika, New Zealand.

White, Morris & Co.,

Secretary.

ftreet, ctrner Cedar is to

United States gold

quarter fare ; under twelve years, half-fare ; male ser¬
vants, one-half fare; female do., three-quarters fare:
men servants berthed forward, women do., in ladies’

Kahl, Secretary.

The Mutual Life Insu-

-

Special steamers

region

WALCOTT, President.

The North American Life

$740,482 43
President.

..

REMOVAL.

240,482 43

RUDOLPH GARRIGUE,

•

STREET.

\

J. Eemsen Lane,

Fares payable in

Gilliss, Harney & Co.,

COMPANY,

229

TOTAIi ASSETS

$25 additional.
coin.

Hanover Fire Insurance

capital
Surplus

$243

for second class.
The above rates include the transit across the Isthmus
of Panama, and the first class fares are for forward
cabins of the Australian steamer ; after cabin, latter

STEELE, President
Presid<

175IBROADWAY, N. Y.

CAPITAL,..

John E.

278,000

SURPLUS, JANUARY 1st, 1867

BENJ. S.

Germania Fire Ins.

Melbourne, $346 to $364 for first class, and $218 to

STREET AND 36 NEW STREET.
Government Securities of all kinds, Gold,

January 1st, 1S66

ALEXANDER, Affent.

24th

33 BROAD

CASH CAPITAL

No. 45 WALL

STREET.

The Panama, New-Zealand and Australian Royal
Mail Company dispatch a steamer on the
of each
month from Panama to Wellington, N.Z., and the Aus¬
tralian Colonies, connecting with the steamer of the
Pacific Mail Steamship Company leaving New-York
for Aspinwall (Colon) on the 11th of each month.
First and second class passengers will be conveyed
under through ticket at the following rates: From
New York to ports in New Zealand, or to Sydney or

Memphis, Tenn.

No. 12 WALL STREET.

AND DAMAGE BY

NEW-

AND AUSTRALA¬

YORK

Secretary.

AGENCY

WALL

62

Vice-President.

Niagara Fire Insurance

Losses

COMMUNICA¬

BETWEEN

Children under three years,

James Freeland,
Samuel Willets,
Robert L. Taylor,
William T. Frost,
William Watt,

Cash

NO.

at the

TRUSTEES.

FIRE.
NEW YORK

Cur¬

Notman, Secretary.

394,976 96

Liabilities

Ma¬

chandise of all kinds, Hulls, and Freight.
Policies issued making loss payable in Gold or

JATHAN D.
JONAT__

1, 1867-.$4,478,100 74

One hundred pounds

allowed each adult.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicines and
attendance free.
For passage tickets or further information, apply
it the Company’s ticket office, on the whar£ foot of
'’anal street, North River, New York.
F. R. BABY Agent.

SIA via PANAMA.

of scrip, equivalent
scrip dividend of

TWENTY

GOODNOW, Secretary.

Assets January

Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with

for SonQi Pacific ports; 1st and 11th for
'’entral American Forts. Those of 1st touch at Man¬

steamers

has paid to its

COMPANY.

$3,000,000.

Company’s steamships from Panama

IN CASH,

in value to an average

;....Charter Perpetual.

CAPITA Ii

of the

STEAM

rebatement on premiums in lieu

OF HARTFORD.

Incorporated 1819

one

TION

J. Despard,

Company,

Insurance

$1,261,349

.-

CHAS. NEWCOMB,

iETNA

with

for SAN FRANCISCO, ‘touching at ACAPULCO.
JULY:
1st—Ocean Queen, connecting with Golden Citt.
11th—Henry Ohauncby, connecting with Montana
20th—A rizona, connecting with Sacramento.

ORGANIZED APRIL, 1844.

rency,

ORERT M. C. GRAHAM,
V Ice-President.

i

COMPANY.

STREET, NEW YORK.

on

intends hereafter to confine its fire business to
of New York and vicinity, and will also write

J Canal street, at 19

11th, and
month (except when those dates frill on
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for
ASPINWALL, connecting, via Panama Railroad,

Baggage cnecued through.

Instead of issuing a
the principle that

$300,000,

o

list of every

zanillo.

Assets, January 1st, 1867

YORK, April 16,1867.

President.

Secretary.

Isaac H. Walker,

No. 35 WALL

BROADWAY.

108

NO.

of premiums of $300,000,

JOHN P. PAULISON, Vice-President,

Company,

Insurance

,

previous

having recently added to its

INSURANCE

Metropolitan

ER, FOOT

o’clock noon, on the 1st,

..$1,614,540 78

MOSES H. GRINNELL,

Insures

F. H. Carter, Secretary.
J. Griswold, General Agent.

Slates Mall,
LEAVE PIER NO. 42 NORTH RIV¬

capital of $500,000, and subscrip¬
continues
to issue policies of insurance against Marine and In¬
land Navigation Risks. No Fire Risks disconnected
from Marine taken by the Company. Dealers are en¬
titled to participate in the profits.

the

Carrying: the United

And

STREET.

Capital and Assets,—
assets a paid up cash
tion notes in advance

California,

BUILDINGS)

Incorporated 1841.

This Company

INCORPORATED 1823.

To

COMPANY.

BROADWAY,

114

OFFICE

PACIFIC MAIL STEAM8HIP COMPANY’S
THROUGH LINK

Mutual Insurance

Sun

North

BRANCH OFFICE 9 COOPER

Steamship Companies.

Insurance.

Insurance.
FIRE

59

THE CHRONICLE.

July 13,1867.]

on

LIVERPOOL.

subscriber, their representative ana Attorneys
United States, is prepared to make advances

shipments to Messrs. Drake,

London and Liverpool,
credits upon them

Kleinwort & Cohen

and to grant mercantile

for use in China, the East and

South America, &c, Marginal credits
of the London House issued for the same purposes.

West Indies,

SIMON DE VTSSER,
-

26

Exchange Place, New York.

60

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■'

■

—

Western Bankers.

«

Cincinnati.
WEST and SOUTH,

accessible points

FIB8T

UNION BANK OF LONDON.

Company
President.

at all times

Manager.

General

Banking and Collections
promptly attended to.

BOB’T

H. MAURY.

JA8. L. MAURY.

BANK

BANKERS,

BANKERS,

ROB’!

T. BROOKE

Co.,
VA.

Sterling Exchange, Gold and Silver, Bank Notea,
State, City, and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, Ac.,

bought and sold on commission.
Deposits received and Collections made

#n

all accessible points in the United States.
N. Y. Correspondent. Vermilye A Ge.

ST.

LOUIS, MISSOURI,

Bay and Sell Exchange

■»

all the principal cities
of the United States and Canadas.
Also, drafts on
on

London and Paris for sale.

Second

National Bank.
ST.

LOUIS, MO.
Capital..$200,000 | Surplus..$150,566
Prompt attention given to the business of corres¬
pondents.
E. D; JONES, Cashier.
J B.

Chaffee, Pres.
H. J. Rogers, V. Pres.
Geo. T. Clark,
Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK

of Denver,
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE U.

Authorized CapitalPaid In Capital
-

-

-

-

-

-

8.

$500,000

-

*200,000
Transact a General Banking business, corner of
Blake «ndF. Sts. DENVER
COLORADO.
.

AND

Europe and the East.

*

Lavi P.

Morton,

^

No. 44 Wall Street. New York:,
on hand for immediate delivery all
issues of

UNITED

STATES

T. H. McMahan & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS

and Dealers in Domestic and
Foreign

Exchange.

GALVESTON, TEXAS.

Special attention given

to Collections of all
haying prompt and reliable correspondent* at kinds,
all ac¬
cessible points in the
State, and

REMITTANCES PROMPTLY MADE IN
SIGHT
'. EXCHANGE AT CURRENT RATES.
REFER TO

National Park Bank, Howes A
Macy, and Spofford,
Tileston A Co., New York.
Second National
Bank and J. W. Seaver,
Esq., Boston. Drexel A
Co.
and D. 8. Stetson A Co„
Philadelphia. T. F.
Thirkield A Co., Cincinnati. Third National
Bank
End Job. E. Elder A
Goodwin, St Louis. Fowler,
8tanard A Co , Mobile.
Pike, Yapeyre A Bro.,
New Orleans.
Drake, Kleinworthm Cohen, Londee and Liverpool.

Burke &
54 CAMP

nitedStates Securities, State of
Tenne-fee,

Particular attention paid tp Collections.

Page, Richardson & Co
114 STATE STREET,

,

BOSTON,

AND

JOHN MUNROE Sc

CO., PARIS.

ALSO ISSUE

Oommbboial Credits for the purchase of
Mefchaa
England and the Continent. " Travellers’
Crrditr for the use of Travellers abroad.

Dupee, Beck & Sayles,
STOCK
BROKERS,

Now 88 STATE
junta a.




duph,

STREET, BOSTON.

jamzs beck,

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

Collections and

remittaucppproinpt.lv attended to.»

BANKER

henry batiks

BANK

NOTBI.

Q. Bell, 1

AND
BROKEB,
In Southern Securities and Bank Bills.
It BROADWAY A 0 NEW
STREET,
New York.

Conner &

dlse in

#

on

STREET, NEW ORLEANS,

Edwin

BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON LONDON
,

Draw

Co.,

BANKERS,

SOUTHERN

Eastern Bankers.

STOCKS

6
6
6
6
5
7
6

Per Cent Bonds of
1881,
Per Cent 5-20 Bonds of 1862,
44
44
1864,
44
44
1865
Per Cent 10-40 Bonds,
’
3-10 Per Cent Treasury
Notes, 1st,
Per Cent Currency Certificates.
_

2d, & 3d seriesb

New York State 7 per cent. Bounty Loan.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON
GOVERN
MENT STOCKS TO BANKS AND
BANKERS.

Compound Interest Notes of 1864 &
1865 Bought and Sold.
VERMILYE A CO.

BANKERS,

No. 18 NEW

STREET,

Successors to Harrison, Garth & Co. and
Henry C

Hardy).

MEMPHIS, TENN.
Shelby
Jojnty, and Memphis Bonds, aul past due Coupons.

Co.,

Keep constantly

G A.

COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY REMITTED FOR.

Union Bank,

Buy and Sell Foreign and Domestie Exchange

&

Co., Garth, Fisher &
Hardy,
BROKERS,

AUGUSTA,

(Chartered by the State of Tennessee.)
*

Milhoh,

H. Cbuiu Oaklit.

BANKERS.

Government Securities, Stocks, Bonds,
Gold, etc.,
bought and sold at the 44 regular” Board of Brokers
and at the Gold
Exchange in person and on commis¬
sion only.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought, sold and
•

collected

_

E. S. Munroe &
80 BROADWAY & 5 NEW

Ne. $ Broad

Wilson, 3

Securities.

Interest allowed on deposits of Gold and
Currency,
subject to check at sight. Members of New York
Stock Exchange, Government
Exchange and Long
Room of rittp, and also of Gold Room—where
all
orders will be promptly attended to.

John Bloodgood & Co.,
STREET, NEW YORK.

DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT
OTHER SECURITIES.
Interest allowed

on

deposits of Gold

AND

and Cnrren

cy, subject to’Check at sight, and particular atten
iron given to
accounts of

country banks and bankers

Hedden, W inchester&Co
NO. 69

BROADWAY,

Rankers

and

NEW YORK,
Brokers.

Stocks, Bonds, Government Securities

and Gold
at market rates, on
commission only.
on balances.
Advances made on ap¬
proved securities.
Particular attention given to orders for
the purchase
or sale of the.
Adams,

bought and sold

Interest allowed

American, United States, Wells,
Fargo & Co., and Merchants’ Union
Express Stocks.
All orders
faithfully

executed.

JOSIAH HEDDEN,
LOCKE W.

WINCHESTER,

ISAIAH C. BABCOCK,

ROBT. M. HEDDEN.

Street, Charleston, S. C.,

BANKERS Sc DEALERS
IN FOREIGN A DOMESTIC
EXCHANGE, SPECIE,
BANK NOTES, STOCKS, AND BONDS.
Especial attention paid to Collections.
Refer to Duncan, Sherman A
Co., New York;
Drexel A Co~ Philadelphia;
The Franklin Bank,
and Johnston Bros., Baltimore;
R. H. Maury A Co.,
.

Co.,
ST.,

Dealers in Government and other

22 WILLIAM

Citizens’

Chabues E.

Vermilye

Co., Charles D. Carr &
BANKERS

LONDON,

Available in all the principal towns and cities
of

Waltbr H. Burns,

hange.

Benoist &

UO«9

INCLUDING

'

ST. LOUIS, MO
Dealers in Government Securities, Gold and Ex¬
change. Collections made on all accessible points
and promptly remitted for at current rates of
ex-

L. A.

UNION BANK OF

„

BANKERS AND BROKERS
No. 1014 MAIN ST., RICHMOND,

Haskell & Co.,

*

Telegraphic orders executed for the Purchase and
Bale ol Stocks and Bonds in London
and New York.

R. H. Maury &

Established 1848.

MORTON, BURNS

AND THl

WASHINGTON,

cheerfully furnished.

Use, oa

(68 Old Broad Street, LondonJ

Osgood Welsh,

NATIONAL

Sixty Days; also. Circular Notea tad

or

X«. P.

Government Depository and Financial
Agent of the United State*.
We bny and sell all classes of Government
securities on the most favorable terms, and give
especial attention to business connected
with the several departments of the
Government.
Full information with regard to Government loans

OF CHICAGO.
J. Young Scammon
Robert Reid

Edward B. Oma,
William Ervten,

H. D. COOKE (of Jay Cooke A Co.), Pbeb’t.
WM. S. HUNTINGTON, Cashier.

FOR SALE.

■The Marine

81ght

Letters of Credit for Travelers*

Washington.

day of payment.

OF
on

At

William H. Rhawn, President,
Late Cashier of the Central National
Bank.
Joseph P. Mumfokd, Cashier,
Late of the Philadelphia National Bank.

NOTES, and all kinds of GOVERNMENT BONDS,

Checks

and

liberal terms.

Frederic A Hoyt,
William H. Rhawn.

GOLD, SILVER, UNCURRENT BANK

on

STREET, NEW YORK.

STERLING EXCHANGE

*1,000,000

Banka

Co.,

BANKERS,
80 BROAD

DLKECTOBJ t

CINCINNATI, OHIO.

and remitted for

to

wmcei

on

Joseph T. Bailey,
Nathan Hillea,
Benjamin Rowland, Jr.f
Samuel A. Bispbam,

Fourth Street,

MADE at all

L. P. Morton &

STREET,

,

!•»

vneri

Gilmore, Dunlap & Co.,

COLLECTIONS

Bankers and Brokers.

Republic,

Capital
Bankers

Dealers in

[July 13, 1867.

p-

PHILADELPHIA.

Winslow.

West

r

r-j-r

809 A 811 CHESTNUT

Ellis, Lewis Worthington, L.
B. Harrison, William Glenn, R. M.
Bishop, William
Woods, James A. Frazer, Robert Mitchell, A. S

110

i

r

Bank of the

'Capital stock,
*1,000,000. Surplus Fund, $250,000.
DibjccToRs.—John W.

108 A

T «
1—

National

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Collections made on all points
and promptly remitted for.

»

Southern Bankers.

J.W. Ellis, Prest. Lswis Worthington, V.-JPretL
Thiodorx Starwood, Cashier.

of

J

John Munroe

& Co.,

AMERICAN BANKERS,
,

_

NO. 1 RUB SCRIBE, PARIS
‘

\

ahD

■-

.

Lj' ’

Na 8 WALL
STREET, HEW YORK,
Imu® Circular Letters of
Credit lor

parts of

Europe. etc„ ate.

Travelers in afl
Also Commercial Credits.

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July 13,1867.]

THE CHRONICLE

PRICES CURRENT.

Bark,80 fl centad val.; Bl Carb. Soda,
H; Bi Chromate Potash, 3 cents $ ft;
Bleaching Powder, 80 cents fl 100ft ;
Refined Borax, 10 cents
$ ft ; Crude
Brimstone, $6; Roll Brimstone, $10
$ ton; Flor Sulphur,$20 fl ton, and
15 $ cent ad
val.; Crude Camphor,
30; Refined Camphor, 40 cents
lb.;
Carb. Ammonia, 20
$ cent ad val.;

py In addition to the duties noted
discriminating duty of 10

below, a

ad val. is levied

cent,

per

all imports

on

under flags that have no reciprocal
treaties with the United States.
On all goods, mares, and mer¬

chandise, of the growth
Countries East of the

Cardamoms and
Cantharides, 50 cents
$ ft; Caster Oil, $1 $ gallon; Chlo¬

produce of

or

Cape of Good

Hope, when imported from places this
side of the Cape of Good Hope, a duty
of 10 per cent, ad val. is levied in ad¬
dition to the duties imposed on any such
articles when imported directly from the

rate

Potash, 6; Caustic Soda, 1$;
Citric Acid, 10;
Copperas, 4; Cream
Tartar, 10; Cubebs, 10 cents $ ft;
Cutch, 10; Chamomile Flowers, 20
$ cent ad val.; Epsom Salts, 1 cent
<jji ft; Extract Logwood, Flowers
Benzola and Gamboge, 10
$ cent.;
Ginseng, 20; Gum Arabic,20 flcent
ad val.; Gum
Benzoin, Gum Kowrie, and Gum Darnar, 10 cents per ft;
Gum Myrrh, Gum
Senegal, Gum

place or places of their growth OT produc¬
Raw Cotton and Raw Silk excepted.
The tor in all oases to be 2,240 lb.

tion ;

•,

Anchors—Duty: 2± cents
lb,
ot ‘2001b and upward $ lb
S{@

Geeda and Gum
Tragacanth, 20
cent ad val.; Hyd. Potash and
Resublimed Iodine, 75;

Ashes—Duty: 15 $ cent ad val.

i»ot,

1st sort... $ 100 ft

Pearl, 1st sort

@8 75

...

..18 l0 @

Ipecac and Jalap,
50; Lie. Paste, 10; Manna, 25; Oil
Anis, Oil Lemon, and Oil Orange,
50
cents; Oil Cassia and Oil Berga¬
mot, $1 ^ ft; Oil Peppermint, 50
$ cent ad val.; Opium, $2 50; Oxalic

...

Beeswax—Duty,20 $ cent ad val.
American yellow.$ lb

Bones—Duty
tiio

41 @

4J

: on invoice 10 # ct.
ton45 00 @47 50

Grande shin

Acid, 4 cents $ ft; Phosphorus, 20
$ cent ad val.; Pruss. Potash, Yel¬
low, 5; Red do, 10; Rhubarb, 50 cents
$ ft: Quicksilver, 15 $ cent ad
val.; Sal JSratus, 1$ cents $ ft; Sal
Soda, 4 cent $1 ft; Sarsaparilla and
Senna, 20 $ cent ad val.; Shell Lac,
10; Soda Ash, 4; Sugar Lead, 20cents
$ ft; Sulph. Quinine, 45
cent ad
val.; Sulph. Morphine, $2 50 f) oz.;
Tartaric Acid, 20;
Verdigris, 6 cents
$ ft; Sal Ammoniac, 2u; lilue Vit¬
riol, 25 $ cent act val.; Etherial Pre¬
parations and Extracts, $1 ^
ft; all
others

Bread—Duty, 30 $ cent ad val.
Pilot

ft

@
@
9J @

71
5
14

a

Navy
Crackers.......

Breadstuf fs—See special report
Bricks.
Common hard, .per
Croton

M. 8 50 @ 9 50

18 i0 @20 00
Philadelphia Fronts...45 00 @

Bristles—Duty, 15 cents; hogs hair
1

$ ft.

Atner’n,gray &wh. flft
Butter and

55

quoted below,

@2 00

Cheese.^ Duty: 4

24 @

26
24
26
22

20

20

IS
15

@
@
@
@
@

Alum

Annato, good to prime.
Antimony, Regulus of

Argols, Crude'
Argols, Refined
Arsenic, Powdered

IS

18

22

@

--

Balsam

13 @
12 @
12 &
7 @

13
13
12

Common

Candles—Duty,tallow, 2$;

Bi Carb. Soda, New¬
castle
gold
Bi Chromate Potash...

sperma¬

Bleaching Powder

.fl lb
sperm, city...

49 @
39 @

.

30 @

17$@

......

Cement—Rosendale^bl

Brimstone,

$ ft
Brimstone,

Anthracite
Cardiff steam

@

bond)

Liverpo* 1 Gas Carmel

....

....

@

Cocoa—Duty, 3 cents $ lb.
Caracas (in bond)(gold)
17 @
# lb
.(gold)
.(gold)
.(gold)

...

18
«

12 @
94 @

,

13
10

Coffee.—See special report.

Copper—Duty, pig, bar, and ingot,
2$; old copper 2 cents $ lb; manu¬
factured, 35 $ cent ad val.; sheathing

and yellow metal, in sheets 42
long and 14 Inches wide,
weighing 14 @ 34 oz. $ square foot,

copper
inohes

ft.

Sheathing, new..$1 lb
Sheathing, yellow
Bolts

Braziers’
Baltimore
Detroit

Portage Lake

@
24 @
85 ©
35 @
23|@
24j@
..

35

87
87

Cordage—Duty,tarred,8; uni\.rred

Manila, 24 other untarred, 3$ cents
$ ft.
*
Manila,
# ft
22 @
23

Tarred Russia
Bolt

@
@

1*$
19$

@

Rope, Russia.

22

Corks—Duty, 50 $ cent ad val.
Regular, quarts^ gross 65 @ 70
Mineral

Phial

50

@
12 @

70
40

Cotton—See special report.

Drugs and Byes—Duty, Alcohol,
3 50

per gallon; Aloes, 6 cents $} lb;
Alum, 60 cents # 10Q lb; Argols, 6
feats $ ft ; Arsenic and Assarted
ati,
20; Antimony, Crude and Regnlua.
10; Arrowroot, 80 « cent ad vaF f
Balsam Oopaivl, 20; Balsam Tolu,
30;
Balsam Peru, 50 oenta V
B>; Qaliaaya




Carbonate

@
92]@

in

284

.

Ammonia,

1 6u @ 1 70

bulk
18 @
19
Cardamoms, Malabar.. 3 00 @ 3 25
Castor Oil Cases $ gal 2 17
@

Chamomile Fiow’s^Ib
Chlorate Potash (gold)
Caustic Soda
Can away Seed
Coriander Seed

Cochineal, Hon (gold)
Cochineal, Mexic’n(g’d)
Copperas, American
Cream Tarar, pr.(gold)
Cubebs, East India....
..

Epsom 8alts
Extract Logwood

45
83
9>

20 @
14

@
94 @
9i» @

15
95

92$

14@
2t]@

D

28$

@
17 @
@

3t>

..

17$
4$

10»@
oz.

Gambier

7@

Sal Am'n ac, Ref
(gold)
* $@
Sal Soda.Newcastle... 1 90
@ 2 00
Sarsaparilla, Hond
35 @
Sarsaparilla, Mex
@
24
Seneca Root.
<50 @
.

Senna, Alexandria....

27 @

89
80
@
40
(80#c.)(g’ld) 2 65 @ 2 6S
Sugar L'd, WV(goid)..
28 @

Senna, Eastlndia

18 @

"

Shell Lac
Soda Ash

*

Snip Quinine, Am$t
Sulphate Morphine

8

2 15 @

oz

6 75 @
fO @
Tapioca
11 @
Verdigris, dry j; ex dry
@
Vitriol, Blue
J
10 @
Tart’c

Acid..(g’ld)flft

51

Bnek-Duty, 30 fl

....

(gold)

Prime Western...$ ft
Tennessee

@

...

...

....

...

@
@16 00
@11* 00
@55 no

centad val.
t0 @
78 @
80

Fish—Duty, Mackerel, $2; Herrings,
$1
;Salmon $3; other pickled, $1 50
^ bbl.; on other Fish, Pickled, Smok¬
ed, or Dried, in smaller pkgs.than tar
rels, 50 cents $ 100 ft.
Dry Cod
fi cwt. 6 25 @ 6 50
Pickled Scale...$ bbl. 4 50 @ 5 i0
Pickled Cod
^ bbl. 6 50 @

@20 50
00 @17 50
Mackerel, No. 1, Bay..17 00 @11 25
Mackerel, No. 2, Bay. .16 00 @16 50
Mackerel, No. 2, Ha axl6 (0 @!6 50
Mac’el,No.3,Mass. Pge 8 50 @ ......
Mackerel, No. 8. H’fax
@
Mackerel, No. 8, Mass.
@6 5)
Salmon, Pickled, No. 1.37 uo @
8a moD, t-i kled. p. tc
@
Herring, Scaled^ box.
40 @
47
Herring, No. 1
18 @
2*)
....

...

Herring, pickled$bbl. 4 50 @ 5 50

Flax—Duty: $15 $ ton.
ft
16 @
Jersey...

50 @ 1 00

Cat, Wild

50 @

do House

.

Fisher
Fox, Silver
do Cross
do Red
do Grey

3
1

Lyux
Marten, Dark
do pal.
Mink, dark

.....

..

Musk

4
5

.

rat,

75

10 @
20
00 @ 8 00
Of @50 00
00 @ 5 00
00 @ i 50

5o @
75
2 UO @ 4 C0
5 0u @20 00
2 (0 @ 5 00
3 00 @ 6 00
8 @
80
80

10

50

86

@

26$

40 @
@
55 @

4*

•

#

#

6»
28
50

@
80 @
..

Hyd. Potash, Ft. and

60 @ 1 00

Eng

(gold) 3 .5 @ 8 80
Iodine, Resublimed... 6 50 @
Ipecaouanha, Brazil... 3 85 @ 3 9)
90 @
Jalap
,

.

...

Lac Dye
Licorice Paste,Calabria

Licorice, Paste, Sicily

Spanish

Licorice Paste, Greek.

Madder,Dutch..(gold)

do, French, EXF.F.do

25 @
31 @
24 @

55
.

40

f|@

Manna,large flak*..,. 1 6» @

..

Mustard Seed, Cal....
Mustard Seed, Trieste.

..

Manna, small flake.... 1 00 @ i

Nutgalls Bine Aleppo

8 @
14 @
85 @

4 50 fK 5
8 75 @ 4

6 50 @ 9

Glass—Duty, Cylinder
Polished Plate

@ 8 00

@
80 @

not over

or Window
10x15 inches,

24 cents $ square foot; larger and
not over 16x24 inches, 4 cents
$
square foot; larger and not over 24
x39 inches 6 cents $1 square
foot;
above that, and not exceeding 24x60
inches, 20 cents ^ square fopt; qll
above that, 40 cents
square foot*
on unpolished
Cylinder, Crown, and
Common Window, not exceeding JOx
15 inches square, 14; over that, and
not over 16x24, 2; over that, and not
over 24x30 ,24 ; all over
that, 8 cents
$ ft.
American Window—1st,2d, 3d, and 4th
qualities.
Subject to a discount of40 @ 45 $ cent.
6x 8 to 8x10.

.

25

84 @
30 @
7 @

5 00

50 ft 7 25 @ 5 50
, 7 75 @ 6
00
9 26 @ 6 50

8x
tol0xl5
llx^ to 12x18
i2xl9 to 16x24
9 50 @ 7 00
18x22 to 20x30
11 75 @ 7 50
20x31 to 24x30
14 50 @ 9 00
24x31 to24*3G
16 00 @L0 00
25x36 tp 30z44
IT 00 @11 00
80x46 to 32x48
18 00 @12 00
32x50 to 82x56.
20 00 @18 00
Above..
........24 00 @15 00
.

English and fhfltck Window—1st, 2d,
$1, and 4th qualities. •

(SlagleThick)—Discount 4C@ 15fleett
6x 8 to 8x10. »50

frki.

ft

84
81

@
&

15
84
11

@
10 @

Axes—Cast steel, best
brand*
per doz

ordinary

Carpe > ter’s Adzes,....
do

@

15
13
24
21

BuenoB Ayres, mixed.
Hog, Western, unwash.

do

1 Of

ordinary

Shingling Hatchets, C’t
ttteel, best br'ds, Nos.

IT
15
21

i

25

1

to 3
8 00 & 9 50
do ordinary
6 17 @ 7 50
Broad Hatch’s 8toS bst. 15 50
@25 00
do Mdirttry
12 ft @
Coffee Mil s
LiatlO % dia.
_

do Bri
Hopper....
do Wood BacK
Cotton Gins, per saw...

@
@

.

Narrow

Wrought Butts

_

....

...

$5@s less 20 %
List 5 % dia.
List 10 Jtanv.
List.

Cast Butts—Fast Joint.
“

.

Loose Joint..

Hinge**,Wrought,
Door Bi

List5^adv.

Its, Cast Bbl.

L;at 30 % dis
do Liet 40g 5 j % dia.
Door L
s and Latches List
7$ d dis.
Door Knobs—.VIineral. List
7^ dis.
“
Pore lain
List 7* % dis.
Padlocks
Nt*w List 25&7$ % dis.
Locks—Cabinet, Eagle List 15 % cis.
“
Trunn
List 35 % dis.
Stocks and Dies
List 85 % dis.
Screw Wrenches—Coe’s
Patent
List 25 % dis;
do Taft’s
L st 65 % dis.
8m ths’ Vis‘*s
ft 20 @ 22
Framing Chisels.NewListST]- ,7.t» £di s,
Firmer do insets.
Iist40£adv
.

Carriage and Tire

.

do

uo

handled,

insets...

List40£ariv.

Angur Bitts

List i’5& 10jt dis
Augurs,per dz.NewList 30 dia.
do
Bink
List 30 % dis
Cut Tacks
List 75 £ dis
Cut Brads
List 60 % di s.
Rivet , Iron
List 6*40 % dis.
Screws, American.. .List 9«@40 % dis.
do ' English
List a. @>o % a.a.
Shovels and Spades... List 5
% dia.
Horse Shoes
6J@7i$ft
Planes
List
Phort

.

.

28

Fruits—See special report.
Furs-Du.y,10 $ cent.
Beaver,Dark..^ skin 1 00 @ 4 00
do
Pale
50 @ 2 00
Bear, Black
5 00 @i2 00
vto brown
2 00 @ 8 06

Badger

86

.

RioGrande,mixed^

72

...

00

..

cania-

^ ft

Hair—Duty

....

Logwood, Laguna (gold)
@
Logwood, St. D>min...l 00'@21 00

Limawood
Barwood

.

ters

00 @
......30 00 @

Logwood, Cam .(gold)

,

..

Hardware—

....

85
75
50
50

.

Sporting, in 1 ft

tnlDO 00@
31 00 @ 82 00

Fustic, Cuba
Fustic,Savanilla
Fustic, Maracaibo....25

Logwood,Jamaica

8
9
10
15

to 12x18.
to 16x24

..

Bye Woods—Duty free.

Camwood..(gold)$

to 10x15

@ $ 00
@ 7 00
@ T 50
to24x80...
@12 00 <
to 24x86
...16 50 @18 00 ^
24x36 to 30x44.
18 00 @15 00 m
80x45 to 82x48.
20 50 @16 00
82x50 to 32x56....
24 Q0 @18 00
Groceries— See special report.
>
Gunny Bag's—Duty, valued at 1C
cents or less, 19
square yard, 3; ovei
10, 4 cents $ ft <
Calcutta, light &h’y % 20 @ soj
Gunny Cloth—Duty, valued at 16
cents or less
square yard, 3; ovei
10; 4 cents ^ ft.
*
*
Calcutta, standard, y’d
@
28f
Gunpowder—Duty, valued at 20
cents or less
ft, 6 cents fl ft, an
20 $1 cent ad
val.; over 20 cents $
ft, 10 cents ^ ft and 20
centad val,
Blasting(A) ^ 25ft keg
@ 4 00
Shipping and Mining..
@4 50
Rifle
6 50 @

cent ad val.

Ravens,Light..$ pee 16 00 @
Ravens, Heavy
18 On @
Scotch, G’ck, No. 1 $y
@
Cotton,No. 1
y.
CO @

Pogwood, Hon,

8x11
11x14
12x19
20x31
21x31

..

45

..

Raccoon
Sku: k, Black

CD

86

20 @

15 @

25

Tragacanth, w.
flakey
(gold)

Qil Bergamot

Sago, Peeled

Salaratus

Otter

Gum

.

.

Rhubarb,China.(gold)

Opossum

80 @

Myrrh.East India

Oil Anis
Oil Cassia..-.

Quicksilver

18

5|

Kowrie
Gedda
Dainar

Lioorice Paste
Solid

Phosphorus

Prussiate Potash

60

@

..

\

@
@
@
@
2 75 @ 1

80

6$
1 75 @ 2 0t)
Gamboge
65 @
Ginseng, South*West.
9iJ
Gum Arabic, Picked..
80
@
Gum Arabic, Sorts...
85 @
88
Gum Benzoin ..(gold)
55
&

Gum
Gpiu
Gum
Gmn

85
90
f5
78

.

17 @

Fennell Se.d

Flowers,Benzoin.$

....

80 @
f2 @
8$@

..

Gum,Myrrh, Turkey.
Gum Senegal
(g< ld)
Gum Tragacanth, Sorts

2

Tarred American

3|
64

(gold)

Cantharidos

....

@
@ 7 00
@
@
....

NewcastleG.;S ciSteam

Sul¬

Camphor, Refined.....

$1 28

...

6 50

@

Camphor, *M;de, (in

81

Coal—Duty, bituminous, $1 25 $ ton
of 28 bushels SO lb to the bushel;
Liverpool Orrel. $ ton
of2,240 lb
Liverp’l House Cannel

I lor

*.

....

Roll

Am.

Oxalic Acid

....

3j

phur

Chains—Duty, 2$ cents $ lb.
One inch & upward^ B>
8@

other than bituminous, 40 cents
bushels of 80 lb $ bushel.

4J
18}

$1
(gold).38 60 @40 00

Brimstone,

@ 1 50

—

@

8t @

Crude

ton

Opium, Turkey.(gold) 7 00 @

shore

40

4$@

4 00 @ 4 25
pure. 5 8”$@

Mackerel, No.l,Halifaxl7

@

18 @

..

Oil Lemon...,
Oil Peppermint,

Mackerel, No. 1, Mass

no

..

Borax, Refined

50
40
81
21$

35
85
I <j0
@ 8 25

60
38

Berries, Persian

mantine, 5 cents fl lb.
Refined
Stearic
Adamantine

Copaivi

Bark Petayo

ceti and wax a; st earine and ada¬

Sperm, patent,.

25 @
^ @
1 25 @

Balsam Tolu
Balsam Peru

14$

do Common
Farm Dairies

2@

Assattetida

..

61

Feathers—Duty: 30 $

60

@ 4 70
20 @
21
75 @
85
8]@
4
55 @ 1 25
@
1*4
18 @
2o
30 @
33

Aloes, Cape
$ ft
Aloes, Socotrine

SO

2>

Factory Dairies

3 cents

57]@

Aleohol

..

...

do

free.

Acid, Citric.... (gold)

cents.

Butter—
Fiesh pall, $ lb, new.
Ht-fl kin tubs
lb **
lb. “
Welsh, tubs
Fine to»xtra Sta e,...
Good iO fi»e Statr, ....
Common Stite,
Wo torn Baiter,
Grease buiter, nrk. $1 B>
Cheese—

*

.•«

feet 7 75 @ 6 00

30@35 %edv

Hay—North River, in bale&$ 100 fts;
for shipping.
90 @
15
Hemp—Duty, Russian, $40; Manila,
$25; Jute, $15; Italian, $40; Sunu
and Sisal, $15
ton; and Tampioo,
1 cent
$ ft.

Amer.Dressed.$1

ton 860 00@3'0 00
Undressed.. 210 00@v90 00
Russia, Clean....
846 00@450 (0
Jute
....(gold) ;05 00@120 00
Manila.ft..(gold)
11}@ ‘ 11$
Sisal
13 @
1:*4
Hi den-Duty, all
kinds, Dry or Salt¬
ed and Skins 10 $ cent ad val.
do

Dnr Hides—
Euesos Ayres $

ftg’d

Montevideo
Rio Grande

do
do
do

Orinoco

California

....

.

gold

California, Mex. do

Porto Cabello
Yera Cruz

..

do
do

x’ampico

Texas

do

..........cur

Diy Salted Hides—
Ch 11

.Crllfomia...

(g'dd)
do

.

Tamp co ...
do
South & Wesr. .do
Wet Salted Hides—
Bue Ayres.fi ft g’d.
Rio Grande
do
California
do
....

Western
Ooutry sl’ter trim. *
cured.

City

do

do

Upper Leather Stock—
B. A. * Rio Gr. Kip
$1 1 cash.
Sierra Leone.... do
Gambia * Bissau do

21 @

S3

21 @
$1 @

..

*9 @
I

19]

@
<&

i0

14$@

16
la
1*]

t

17 @
17 @
19 @

2i

15 @

16

111

If

11*@

lii@

19

19
ii]

*

n @
_

l‘*i@

i?i@

28 @
:2 @
25 @

29

27

Honey—Duty, 2 cent $9 gallon.
Cuba

(in bond) (gr1

# gall. 55 @
Hops—Duty: 5 cevts $1 ft. ^
Crop of 1866
do of 1865

Foreign

y ft
..........

6$
-

45 @
90 @

7$

49 @

|Q

40




Horns—Duty, 10 $ cent, ad val.
Ox, Rio Grande... $ C 10 (0© 1<> 25
Ox, American
8 00© 10 00
India Rubber—Duty, 10 $ cent,
ad val.

80

774©

$ 1b

Para, Fine
Para, Medium
Para, Coarse

..

..

East India

©
©
©
©

..
..

Carthagena, &c
Indian—Duty free.
Bengal
(^old) fMb 1 05 © 1 70
Oude
75 © 1 85
(gold)
..

..

60 @
65 ©
95 ©

(gold)

Madras
Manila
Guatemala
Caraccas

85
1 (0
1 20
75 © i 0)

(gold)
(gold)
(gold)
Iron—Duty, Bars, 1 to 14 cents $ lb.
Railroad, 70 cents $ 100 ft; Boiler
and Plate, 11 cents $ lb; Sheet, Band,
Hoop, and Scroll, II to If cents $ lb;
Pig, $9 $ Ion; Polished Sheet, 3
cents $ lb.
Pig, Scotch,No 1.

40 00© 45 00
42 00© 44 Oi)
85 0 © 90 00

$ ton
Pig, American, No. 1..
Bar, Refl’d Eng&Amer
Bar, Swedes, assorted
sizes (in gold)

92 50©IOC 00

/—STOBK Pricks—,

Bar Swedes,
sizes

assorted
©155 00

Bar,English and Amer¬
ican, Retined
100 00@1<'5 06
do
do
do Common 90
Scroll
132
Ovals and Half Round 127
Band
127
Horse Shoe

00© 95

0

50©'80 (JO
50©t37 50
©132 60
PO©
...

Rods, 5-8@3-16 inch.. 105 00©165 00
Hoop
137 50©t»2 50
Nail Rod
$ lb
Hi)
9 ©
18 ©
1S4
Sheet, Russia
Sheet, 8ingle, Double
and Treble
5J©
S
Rails, Eng. (g’d) $ ton 53 (K © 54 00
79 00© t-2 50

American

do

lvorp—Duty, 10 $1 cent ad val.
East India, Prime $ft 8 00© 8
East Ind, Billiard Ball 8 00© 8 50
African, Prime..
..
8 00© 3*7
African, Scrivel.,W.C. 1 60© 2 50
Lead—Duty, Pig, $2 $ 100 lb ; Old
Lead, 14 cents $1 ft; Pipe and Sheet,
21 cents 9 lb.
Galena
$ 100 lb
©
Spanish
(cold) 6 *0 © 6 62)
German
(gol 1) 6 50 © 6 624
English
(gold) 6 56 © 6 874
..

7 ©

logs.

do
do
do

14©

25 @
5©

-

42 @

Stores—Duty: spirits of
turpentine 3<i cents $ gallon; crude
Ttrpentine, rosin, pitch, and tar, 20
$ cent ad val.
Turpent’e, • f ..$28i)lb 4 5G © ....
Tar, Am rici.
bb! .< 50 © 6 «0
PI ch

33 ©
4 * @
44 @
47 @

light Cropped....
middle
Ibellies

do

....

do

40
49
47

@

heavy.

do

42

21
81

....

Heml’k, B. A.,Ac.,Pt.

30 @

middle.

50

30|@
304#
29«@
•9)@
29 @
2-q@
29 ©
23 @

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

do
do

heavy
Califor., light.
.

do middle.
do
heavy.

Orlno., etc. l’t
do
middle
do
heavy.
do & B. A,

27

d&m’gdall w’g’a
do poor
do
do
Slaugh.in rough
Oak, Slaugh.in rou.,rt
do

do

81
30

30)
SO

30
29

•264

@

19 ©

21

87

©

3>

49 ©
37 ©

42
41

do

do
and

314

mid.

4‘
40 ©
heavy
Lime—Duty; 10 $1 cent ad val.
Rockland, com. $ bbl.
© 1 2'
do
© 1 85
heavy
14umber* Woods, Staves,etc.
—Duty : Lumber,20 $ cent ad val.;
Staves, 10 $ cent ad val.; Rosewood
and Cedar, feck.
Spruce, Bast. $ M ft 20 00 © 21 00
..

Southern Pine
White Pine Box B’ds
White Pine Merch.
Box Boards
Clear Pine

80 00 © 85 00
80 00 ©
....

33 00 © 85 00
80 00 ©100 00

Laths, Eastern. $ M
Poplar and While

3 00 ©

wood B’ds & Pl’k. 55 00 © 65 0J

Cherry B’ds & Plank 80 00 © 90 00

60 00 © 65 00

Oak and Ash

Maple and Birch

35 00 © 40 00

...

Black Walnut

100 00 ©120 00

STAVESWhite
exLa.

oak,

g.

West, thin obl’g,
Oils

fO 00 @52 5>

do

Duty: linseed, flaxseed, and

-

seed, 23 cents; olive and salad

rape

$ M.

do
pipe, heavy
do
pipe, light.
do
plpe,onlls .1
do
hhd., extra.
do
hhd., heavy
do
hhd., light.
do
hhd., culls.
do
bbl., extra
do
bbl., heavy.
do
bbl., light..
do
bbl., culls..
Red oak, hhd.,h’vy.
do
hhd., light..
BEADING —White
oak. hud
.

..

..

..

IM>
..

..

..

..

..

.

.

_

_

„

_

©300
@250
@200
@180
@250
@200

00
00
0(1
04
00
00

©12

1

00

@100
© 175
@140
@110
© 60

00
00
00
00
00

@130 00
@ 90 00

©150 00

Xlahoamny, Cedar, Rose¬
wood—Duty free.
Mahogany St. Domin¬
go erotohoo* V ft*
VO SO

50 ©
..

@ S 09

9 @
8J@

gold

Madeira
do Marseilles

do

67 @...

Calcutta

...gold i i5 @

80

No. I @

Lard oil
Red oil, city

fore

»0 00 @11 c0
10 50 @18 0O

do
Medium
China thrown

Skins—Duty: 10$ cent ad val.
47 @
60
Goat,Curacoa$ 1b cur.
do
Bnenos A.. .gold
8> ©
40 ©
do VeraCruz .gold
474
do Tam pico... gold
@
4*4
,

Paraffine, 28

—

Kerosene

44

Paints—Duty: on white lead, red
lead, and litharge, dry or ground in
oil, 3 cents $
? Paris white and
whiting, l cent $ lb; dry ochres, 56
cents $ 100 ft: oxidesofzim 1J cents
38 ft ; ochre, ground in oil,f 50$ 190
ft ; Spanish brown 25 $1 cel. t ad val;
China clay, $5 $ ton; Venetian red
and vermilion 25 $ cent ad val.;
white chalk, $10 $ ton.
Litharge, City... . $ ft
11)@
12
Lead, red, City
11,©
L*
do
white, American,
pure, in oil
©
14)
do white, American,

Matamoras.gold
gold
Payta

SI ©

Madras ....each

40

Cape
Deer,SanJ uan$ ftgold
do Bolivar ...gold
do Honduras ..gold
do Sisal...
gold
do Para
gold

...

80 gr.. ’ 4i ©
(free).
42 ©

#

..

do

7" @
80 ©

.

1

do
do
do

Vera Cruz .gold

Chagres ...gold
Puerto Cab-gold

..

©

42)

18 ©

dry
Zinc, white, American,
dry, No. 1
1.
puie,

18)
10

9)@

do white, American,
No. I,inoil
do whi e, French, in

10 ©

11

14 ©

oil

15

Ochre, yellow, French,

$ *00 ft 2 0> © 2 60
S©
gr’iin oil.$ ft
,
Spanish brown, dry $
dry

do

1 12 © 1 25

100 ft

do
gr’dinoil.$ ft
Paris wh„ No. I$100ft
Whiti >g, A met

8 ©

9

2 75 © 2 8)

2 ©

2±

Vermilion,Chinese# ft 1 25 @ I 35
do
do
do

Trieste
1 05 © 1 10
Cal. A Eng . 1 26 © 1 30
v5 @
American....
SO

Vonet.red(N.C.)$cwt 2
Carmine,city made# ft 16
China clay
$ ton3l
Chalk
$ bbL 4
Chalk, block.... $ ton? i
Chrome yellow.. $ ft
Barytes
39

75 © 8 00
oO ©20 no
00 © <5 00
00 © 4
IF- @23
15 @
00 @42

T9
0»
85
00

Petroleum—Duty: crude, 20 cents;
refined, 40 mnts $ gallon.
Crude,40@47grav.$gal. 16 @
17*
Refined, free
3S @
38)
do

in bond

*5

@

26

Naptha,refined

2- ©
Residuum
$ bbl. 3 25 @ 8 50
Plaster Pari*—Duty: lump,free;
calcined, 20 $ cent ad val.
Blue Nova Scotia$ toe
@ 4 00

©

15 @

<0

50

@

521

374©
©

574

..

574©
60 ©
@

524©
45 ©

40
60

624

Calcined, eastern $ bbl
Calcined city mills

4 7o ©
....

@ 2 40
© 2 50

Provisions—Duty: beef and pork,
1 ct:

lams,

bacon, andlard,2 ts $ ft.

Bee f,plain mess$ bbl.. 18 00 @24 00
do extra mess.....*.23 00 @28 00

Pork,mess, new..22 00 @22 60
do

mess

Old **»*...21 25 @

....

4 50
k

.

-

.

.

4 75

@
83
3C@
27© 8 50
9?@ 1 40
9r'@ 9 00

8 50@

70©

7 00
85

90© 1 lo
1 16© ..
do 35 00© 60 00

do
•

.

2 80©

do

9 oO

do 11 00© 25 00

Castile

....$ lb.

18 @

domestic

6|@
94©

English bdstor

Hi©
I8,@

I24
“0
16

do

sp

washed

18
26

washed

85

To Liverpool :
Cotton...
$ lb
Flour
$ bbl.
Petroleum

Heavy goods... $ ton

Oil

Ilf

•

•

0
0
4

@20
©
© 2
© 2

•

•

.

••

a

6
0

:

5 0
..

•

a

•

234
25

.

@17 0
@i5 0
©
©
© 3 6
© 2 6
©
54
©
54

Petroleum

(sad)$ bbl.
Heavy goods.. $ ton

,

Oil
Beef.....

Wines and

Pork

$tca.
$ bbl.

.

.

•

.

Tobacco.—See special report.

.

,

.

.

4

©
© 4
@25
@30
© 8

t

0
0

0
0

© 2

To Haver:
Cotton
ft
m
Beef and pork.. $ bbl. 1 00 @
Measnrem. g’da.$ ton i0 00 @
Petroleum
5 6 ©
Lard, tallow, ent m t
eto.~.
$ ft
#@

▲•hat, pot and pearl

,

,

,

Corn, bulk and bags..
-

over

0

.

*4}

$ gallon and 25 $ cent
ad valorem; over &• and not over 100.
50 cents $ gallon and 25 $ cent ad
Valorem: over $1 $ gallon. $1 $ gal¬
lon and 25 $ oent ad vaL

8.

_

I.O. Coke
10 50 @12 v5
Terne Charcoal! 1 50 @12 00
Terne Coke.... 9 -5 @ 9 0

lon 20 cents

45

© l
@ 4

,

..

264

fallow other liquors, $2.50,. Winks—
>uty: value net
50 cents $ gal¬

<S0

Flour
$ bbl.
..
Petroleum
4 0
Beef
$ tee.
Pork
$ bbl.
Wheat
$ bush.
Corn
To Glasgow (By Steam):
am):
Flour
© 2 6
$ bbl.
Wheat
$ bush.
©

cent ad val.
Plate and sheets and
terne plates, 25 per cent ad val.

per

21

15 0 @2 >
• •

Heavy goods... $ ton 1

Tin-rDuty: pig, bars, and block,15$

—Duty: Brandy, first proof, $8

25
40

8-16©

Oil...:

Liquors—Liquors

d.

s.

Corn, b’k& bags$ bus.
Wheat, bulk and bags
Beef
$ tee.
Pork
$ bbl.

Teas.—See special report

$ ft (gold)
26©
(gold)
244©
English
(gold)
@
Plates,char. I.C.$ box 12 25 @18

80
84
8)
46
88

rreights-

To London

Banca
Straits..

©
@
@
@
@
©
©
©
©
©
©
©
@

•

28
82
80
i3
3»
18
80

....

45
85
81)
2S
33

Xtnc—Duty: pig or block, $1 50 «
100 lbs.; sheets 24 cents $ ft.
Sheet
$ ft
u © jxj

Tallow—Duty :1 cent $ ft.
11 ©

•

....

cial report

American,prime, coun¬
try and city $ ft...

1«
la

Mexican, unwashed....
Smyrna,unwashed
do

46

50

ts @
80 @
24 ©
18 @
©

common....

African, unwashed

Lnglisn macliineiy....
Sumac—Duty: 10 $ cent ad val.
Sicily
$ ton.. 150 00 @225 00
Sugar.—See

Clothing

45©
4»-@

..

19 @

10)@

—

do
common, w...
Entre Rios, washed....
8. American Cordova

10

.

English,spring

Class 1

Peruvian, unwashed...
Valparaiso, unwashed..
8. Amer. Mestiza, nnw..

64

Steel—Duty: bars and ingots, valued
at 7 cents $ 1b or under, 2£ cents;
over 7 cents and not above II, 3 cis
$ ft; over 11 cents, 3| cents $ 1b
and 10 $ cent ad val. (Store prices.)
English, cast, $ ft
18 ©
23
German........
1»@
16
American, spring
12 @
15
Amer c n cast

....

—

do
Texas

It4

Spice®.—See spocial report.

.

30*

Superfine
No. 1, pulled
California, unwashed...

Spelter—Duty: in pigs, bars, and
plates, $! 60 $ 100 lbs.
Plates,foreign $ ft gold

....

do 4 and 4 Merino..
Extra, pulled

.

...

White Nova Scotia

•

.

57
55

cent ad val.

do
do
do

• «> •

do

.

cases.

practiced.”

.

Soap- Duty: 1 oent $ ft, and 25 $

,

75©
5f@
5T@
3 00©
f ....©

ft

sinular Hoote-The value whereof at
the last place whence exported to the
United States is 12 cents or less $
1b, 3 cents $ ft ; over 12 cents $ ft
6 cents $ ft.
Wool of all classes
Imported scoured, three times the
duty as if imported unwashed.
55
Amer., Sax. fleece $ ft
65
full bl’d Merino.
do
*>u ©
£5

83

,

To

75©

place whence exported to the United
States is 32 cents or less $ ft, IQ
cents $ ft and 11 $ cent, ad
val.;
over 32 cents $ lb, 12 cents $ ft and
10 $ cent, ad val ; when imported
washed, double these rates. Class
2.— Combing Wools-Tke value where¬
of at the last
place whence exported
to the United States is 32 cents or
less $ ft, 10 cents $ ft and 11 $
cent, ad val. ; over 32 cents $ ft. :2
cents $ ft and 10 $ cent, ad val
Class 3
Carpet Wools and other

*

11 50 @13 50

Japan, superior

....

60©

.

•

4
4
3
8

Wools—The value whereof at the last

10 2) @11 00

medium,No3@4. if 5> @10 00
Canton,re-reel.Nol@2. 8 75 © 9 0 •

distilled

Bank
Straits

,

Wool—Duty: Imported in the “ or¬
dinary condition as now and hereto

do

do
do
do

.

«

20© 5$ ot off list.
$ ct off list.
3*& 5 $ ct. off listTelegraph, No. 7 to il *
Plain
$ ft
7 ©
9
Brass (less 20 per cent)
47 ©
.
57 ©
do
Copper

..

Silk—Duty: free. All thrown silk.
35 $ cent.
Tsatlees, No. 1 @3. $ ft 11 50 @12 25
Taysaams, -superior,

unbleach. 2 45 @
1 12 © 1 15

in

val.
No. Oto 18
No. 19 to 26
No.27 to 36

...

Shot—Duty: 2| cents $ lb.
Drop
$ 1b
101©
Buck
ill©

....

do

do

75©

2 O' @

.

,,

m.

Wire—Duty: No. 0 to 18, uncovered
$2 to $3 5< $ 100 ft, and 15 $ cent ad

....

..

,,

,

do

Champagne....

...

sperm

,

m

#

.

, k

#

(

•

$ft
124
114©
Timothy,reaped $ bus 3 (0 © 8 26
C- nary
$ bus 4 50 © 5 70
Linseed,Ain.clean$tce .... ©
do Am. rough $ bus 8 20 © 3 25
do

00
00

4 ^

do
do

Sherry
d>
Malaga, sweet
do
dry
Claret in hhds

S1

00

...<&
4 90© 10 00
4 90©
9 (0
5 0<'@ 10 00
4 75©
7 00
...<a
4 76©
4 75©
4 75©
,

Whisky (in bond)
Wines—Port
(gold) 2
Burgundy Port do
Sherry
do 1

2 75 © 3 00

ad val.
Clover

oil, in bottles or flasks, $1 : burning
fluid, 50 cents $ gallon; palm, seal,
and cocoa nut, 10 $ cent ad val.;

and whale or other fish (for¬
eign fisheries,) 20 $ cent ad val.
Olive, qs(gold)per case 5 87 ©
do in casks.$ gall., i 60 © ,...
Palm
$ft
10|@
Linseed, city...$ gall. 1 85 © 1 36

52
52

00
00

•

..

Seed*—Duty: linseed, 16 cts; hemp,
4 cent $ tb; canary, $1 $ bushel of
60 1b; and grass seeds, .10 $ cent

6 50 © 8 00
56© 60

Oakum-Duty fr.,$ lb
8©
11
<111 Cake—Duty: 20 $ cent ad val.
City thin obl’g, in bbls.
$ ton.55 0 » @56 00
do
in bags
@55 00

.

pipe,

Crude
Nitrate soda

common
....
3 00 © 3 25
do strained andNo.2. ..8 374© 3 75
No. 1
do
4 00 © 5 50
do
Pale and Extra

(280 lbs.)
Spirits turp., Am. $

© 1 95
©
@ 9 85
@ 2 60
SO @ 1 90
42 ©
60
60
bS
50

Saltpetre—Duty: crude, 24 cents;
refined and (>artially refined, 3 cents;
nitrate soda, 1 cent $ ft.
Refined, pure
$ ft
©
15
..

Rosin,

Sperm,crude

88 ©

Si

4 no © 4

©10 25

.

...

Naval

©10 00

Oak, Slaughter, light
do
middle
do

3222

©

50©

Solar coarse
Fine screened
do
$ pkg.
240 ft bgs.
F. F

..

v4 @
18 @

1
2
2
2
1

•

$ lb.
Cnt,4d.@60d.$ 100 lb 5 75 © 6 00

Copper

25 @ 9 76

..

Liverpool,gr’nd$ sack
do fine, Ashton’8(i’d)
do fine, Vorthingt’s
Onondaga,coin.fine bis.
do •
do 210 ft bgs.
do
do
$ bush.

horse shoe 2 cents

..

cash.$ ft.->

Cadiz

special report,
trails—Duty: cutl|; wrought 24;

Yellow meta)
Zinc

50 @12 50

Salt—'Duty: sack, 24 cents $ 100 ft;
bulk, 18 cents $ 100 ft.
Turks Islands $ bush.
46 © ' 8

HEolasses.—See

Clinch
7 <.7 @
Horse shoe, fd(6<l)$ft
28©
llorse hoe, pressed ..
20©

do
do
do
do
Lcgerfreres ... do
Other br’ds Cog. do
Pellevoisin freres do
do
A. Seignette
.
Hiv. Pellevoisin do
Alex. Seignette. do
Arzac Seignette do
P Romieux.... do
do
Rum—Jamaica
d)
St. Croix
Gin—Differ, brands do
D<>m c—N.E. Rum.cur.
Bourbon Whisky.cur

J. Vassal A Co..
Jules Robin....
Marrette & Co.
Vine Grow. Co.

$ ft.
Carolina ....*$ 100 ftll
East India,dressed.... 9

6

4 ©

Bahia

(gold) 4 80© 9
Hennessy
(gold)
9* © 1
Otard, Dup. ACo.do
4 8 @ 13
Pinet,Castil.&Co.do 4 75© 17
5 00© 16
Renault & Co.. do

14
10

13 @
9 @

Rice—Duty: cleaned 24 cents $ lb.;
paddy 10 cents, and unoleaned 2 cents

50
8

8

It.
Rosewood, R. Jan $ lb
do

12
12

12

8©

Mansanilla
Mexican
Florida. $ c.

do
do
do

20

8©
@

(American wood)..
Cedar, Nuevitas

J. & F. Martell

$ft

Hams,
Shoulders,

Honduras

Mexican

..

Leather—Duty: sole 35, upper 80
$ cent ad vai.

!4
14
15

lo ©
10 ©
11 ©

..

net

Bar

14

10 ©

Nuevitas....
Mansanilla

do

40

Brandy—

18 75 @19 00
11|@
12f

prime,

Lard,.....,

10

30 ©

crotches
do
Port-au-Platt,

Pipe and Sheet... .net

*

do

St. Domingo,
ordinary logs
do
Port*au-Platt,

do

Whale
do refined winter..

do
do
do
do

[July 13,1867.

THE CHRONICLE.

62

..

..

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8 00 ©If 08

July 13, 1867.J

63

CHRONICLE.

THE

Commercial Cards.

Commercial Cards.

Financial.

Wm. G. Watson &

Co.,

S. H. Pearce &

Travellers’ Credits.

MANUFACTURERS OF

BROADWAY,

No. 853

Oiled Silk,

London,

Morgan A Co.,

ltte»«rs. J. S.

Our “

53 Exchange

IMITATION ” has a very

costs but half as

appearance

George Hughes & Co.,

Silk.

Imitation Oiled

BY

Dabney, Morgan. & Co.,

WORKS PATRRSON, N. J.

COTTON HANDKERCHIEFS,

SILK AND

superior finish, and

much as real silk,

aad durability.

Paper Collars.

economical collar ever invented.

OF

IMPORTERS

John N. Stearns,
STREET,
MANUFACTURER OF

LINEN ° GOODS.

H’dkfta,
Silk,
Oilea Cotton,
Organzinc Silk,

Strachan & Malcomson,

IMPORTER AND
Cotton

Lace

And F. W.

LEONARD

58

Oiled

*

Draperies,
Curtains.

[IMPORTERS AND
IRISH AND

French White Goods,

Co.,

George Pearce &
70 & 72 FRANKLIN

Imitation Laces,

STREET, NEW YORK,

White

NEW YORK.

MANUFACTURERS OF CORDAGE

Emb’s,

FOR EXPORT

Linen Handk’ffc,

British and

192 FRONT

Continental.

Nos.42 & 14

WARREN STREET,

NEW YORK.

John O’Neill & Sons,
MANUFACTURERS OF

Sewing Silks,

Thompson & Co.,

Wm.

Importers of
IRISH LINENS,

Machine 'Twist

MILLS AT

LINENCAMB’C HANDK’FS, AC.
No.

Church Street,

185

C.

New York

Holt & Co.,

COMMISSION
119

198 A 200

MERCHANTS,

CHAMBERS STREET.

Thread Company’s
COTTON.

Also

Large Stock always on

W. W. Coffin,

Street, corner of

Broad

Sawyer, Wallace &

Co.,

-

NO. 47 BROAD

Silk Mixtures,

Anderson &

Jobbers only.

38 PARK

WILLIAM

Manufacturer of

CORSETS, SKIRT MATERI¬
ALS, WEBBINGS, BINDINGS BED
LACE, COTTON YARNS, Ac.,
284 CHURCH STREET, NEW YORK..

STREET,

Cummings &
J. M. DISTILLERS Co.,
AND

Smith,

PLACE, NEW YORK.

58 BROAD

MERCHANTS,

STREET, NEW YORK,

IN BOND, fine BOURBON and RYE
WHISKIES, from their own and other first-class Dis¬
tilleries, Kentucky.

Offer for sale,

Agents for

John Graham,

Co.,

NEW TORE.

COMMISSION

Agents for

Beaver

COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

W. D. Simonton.

Treas.

hand.

THEODORE POLHEMUS Sc CO
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS,

Beavers.

MACHINE AND SEWING SILK, BUTTON-HOLE
TWIST, FANCY GOODS, &C.
Offer to

.

Duck,

CHURCH ST., NEW YORK.

Fancy Cassimeres.

Agents for the Glasgow

SPOOL

PATERSON, N. J.

Woolen

Globe

A

USE,

and Weights.

All Widths

59

Embroidery,
Organzine, and Tram.
84 CHAMBERS ST., NEW YORK.

AND DOMESTIC
STREET, NEW YORK.

Cotton

Manufacturers of

PARASOLS,

New York.

Miscellaneous.

Goods,

Laces and

Byrd & Hall,
UMBRELLAS AND

SCOTCH LINENS,

Henry Lawrence & Sons,

Importers of

Corsets, Ac.
LEONARD STREET.

•

40 Murray Street.

Real Brussels Laces,

-IS

MANUFACTURERS’ AGENTS
FOR

Tram Silk.

Machine Edgings,
Swiss A

Sc CO, Belfast,
HAYES Sc CO., Banbridge.

DICKSONV FERGUSON

Pongee ftt’dkfs,

French Press Goods,
Muslin

Agents tor

Sole

& Co.,

Delisle

LINEN GOODS,

SPANISH LINEN, DUCKS, DRILLS,
LINEN CHECKS, &c., WHITE GOODS,
PATENT LINEN THREAD.

Commercial Cards.

Oscar

Commission Merchants,
CHURCH STREET,

198 Sc 200

SCOTCH AND IRISH

Patent Reversible
the most

Importers Sc

which It equals in

Agents for the sale of the

Place.

SILKS,

BROADWAY, NEW YORK.

No. 335

of

and Manufacturers

IB9UKD FOR

SEWING

CHINA SILKS,

EUROPEAN AND

TWIST AND

SUPERIOR MACHINE

Importers of

LETTERS OP CREDIT FOR THE USE OP TRAV¬
ELLERS IN EUROPE AND THE EAST.

Son,

ESTABLISHED 1844.

BELFAST,

KIRK A SON,

Springmeyer Bros.,

Linen Manufacturers.

WOVEN

LATE J. H.

JAMES GLASS A CO.,

LURGAN,

Cambric Handkerchief Manufacturers

BELTER Sc CO.

Fine Rosewood Parlor Furniture,
Patent Rosewood Bedsteads,
Patent Rosewood Bureaus,
(one

lock controlling four

drawers).

Rosewood, Black Walnut and Oak Library,
Dining and Bedroom Furniture.
No. 72 2 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Factory, 3d Avenue, corner of 76th St.
Also,

Brand & Gihon,

J. & P. Coats’

Commission Merchants,
42 & 41 MURRAY STREET.
IRISH A SCOTCH LINEN GOODS,

Importers A
„

In fall assortment

for the

JOHN

Trade.

Agents for the sale of
SONS’

Linens,

DUCK, AC.

CLARK, Jr. A
RUle End, Glasgow.

IS UNSURPASSED FOR HAND
SEWING.

49 MURRAY

N CHAMBERS

i




v

«—>'

SHOE

AND MACHIN1

STREET, N.Y.,

*\

,

THREADS,

SEWING-MACHINE THREADS, ETC.
BARBOUR BROTHERS,
95 CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK.
Mills at Patterson

N. J*

STATIONERS, PRINTERS AND BLANK-BOOK
MANUFACTURERS.
45 Malden Lane, New York.
supply everything in onr line for Business, Pro¬
fessional and Private use, at Low Prices. Orders re¬
ceive

5

Parasols,

Threads,

SOLICITED BY

We

Street.

STREET, NEW YORK,

Linen

CO’S.

THOS. RUSSELL, Sole Agent,

|

NEW YORK.:

MANUFACTURERS OF

Umbrellas &

CUSTOM

Francis & Loutrel,

AUCHINCLOSS,

DOUBLEDAY Sc DWIGHT,

ac.

Spool Cotton.
JOHN

HUGH

No. 108 Duane

BURLAPS, RAGGING,
FLAX SAIL

&

SOLE AGENTS IN

WILLIAM GIHON &

white

YOUR

Thread.

,

Jobbing and Clothing

CABLED

SIX-CORD

BEST

prompt attention.

Gas Fixtures,

Lamps,
Description.

Kerosene Oil

Chandeliers of every

John Horton &ROOMS,
Co.,
AND SHOW
MANUFACTORY

233
Corner

Sc 235

CANAL STREET,
opposite Earle’s Hotel.

of Centre Street,

Ould & Carrington,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
II S MAIN STREET,
.*

RICHMOND,

Vi,

64

THECHRONICLE.
Commercial Cards.

Cdmnierpial Cards.

t .

.

Hunt^Tillinghast &,Co.,

r

r

r.a

*

Becar,'Ndpi£r*8:

,

of

70 & 72 READE ST., AND 118 & 114 DUANE ST.,

77

1 *

Wat? rvlll* Manufact’g Co/i Shawls,

Linen

Ashuelet and Excelsior Beavers.
*.r

11.

*'*

1!»..?

i'

V -c j.

v <*j

k

Cambric, Madder, Turkey Red
1
'

HANDKERCHIEFS,

*
-

Pomeroy’s Son* Cotton Warp Cloths

HOSIERY and
MEN’S FURNISHING
Offers

.

Excelsior Mill
Brick
Star

Skirts

Stock of the above at

and

.m

.

NOS. 263

y

“

^

“

;

“

terms

"

HELL

KNOWN

on

164

Manufacturers.

AND

the

usual

ELLEBTON NEW MILLS

New

MERCHANTS,
York.

Cars, etc.,

season

of

ready for inspection at

our

store,

saw mill.
It is superior totalljofbersin
strength, durability and
simplicity, will cut from 15,000 to 20,000 feet of lumber
per day.
,
READ’S PATENT GOLD PREMIUM
WII K AT AND COHN MILLS.
,

Built of solid French Burr Rock.
given to Southern patronage.

Cos.,

?

.rf

’

'

L

A.

17 A 19 WHITE

■

Roads,

Wm. G.

CHURCH

J_
GENUINE

CO.,

.

„

VICTORY MANIJF. CO.,
MILTON

MILLS,

.

COMMISSION

Staple,

And Fancy t
Dress Goods,

.

*

4

150 & 153 DUANE

if

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Sprlgg, cashier; J. Sloat.^r., cashier, Bal¬
timore, Md.' And by permission to‘Jacob Heald &

Co., Lord «fc Robinson, Balt. LTannahill, MMllvaine
& Co., N. Y.; Ambrose Rucker, President 1st Nation¬
al Bank, Lynchburg, Va.
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AT LITTLE’S, NO. 59 FULTON
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RECEIVERS OF

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Hardware,' Cutlery,
COOPERS’

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Read Street.

of Lombard and Freder*
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J. Pope & Bro.
NEW YORK.

Tam6S S MI ETON,3 4
IMPORTER op D#ND£fe *
LIKENS,
125 and 127 Duane
New York, May

Tools, Ac.

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METALS.

MERCHANTS, ■

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Brokers*

WAI^HOUSES

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SCRIBE, PARIS,A
57 FRANKLIN STREET, NEW YORK
NO. 7 RUE

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COMMISSION

15 GOLD STREE f, NEW YORK.

Lane, "Lawson & Co.,
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Linens, Ac., Ac.,’

COMMISSION

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Warehouse and office

Works, Philadelphia.

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STREET, NEW YORK.

MERCHANTS,

Street, Mobile, Ala.

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Pascal Iron

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WILSON,
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Merchandise,- Produce, Stock, • and

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White Goods,
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attention

Manufacturers of Wrought Iron Tubes, Lap-Welded
Boiler Flues, Gas Works Castings and Street
Main9, Artesian Well Pipe^and Tools,

MERCHANTS,.

COMMISSION

Morris, .Tasker ..&, Co., Blair, Densmore & Co.,

Lindsay, Chittick & Co.,
AND

request the special

Leufrta, in Sweden, 29th April, 1867.- *
CARL EMANUEL DE GEER, Proprietor.
WM. JESSOP & SONS; id referring* to thfe above
notice, beg to inform dealers in, and consumers of.
Iron and Steel, that they are prepared to receive orders
for this Iron, and for Bltster and Extra Cast Steel
made from the Iron, at their establishments. Nos. 91 &
93 John Street, New York, and Nos. 133 & 135 Fed¬
eral

Noa. 43 A 45 WHITE STREET.

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WILSON, SQN

^Jleufsta, w. jessop a sons.
And to which I
trade.

CHICOPEE MANIJF. CO.,
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British

GENERAL

JOS. H.

Sawy er&Co.

BURLINGTON WOOLEN

COTTON FACTORS

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DANNE-

I beg to announce that I have this day entered into
a contract with Messrs. W.
Jessop & Sons, of Sheffield
for the whole Annual Make of the above
Iron, which,
in future, will be stamped

AGENTS FOR

IMPORTERS

SWEDISH

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TENNESSEE.

England & Co.,

65 fommeree

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WASHINGTON MILLS,

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MORA IRON.

STREET, NEW YORK.

E. R. Mudge,

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Co.,
69 & 71 Broadway.

NOTICE TO THE CONSUMERS OF THE

STREET, WEST OF

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OHIO.

BROKER,

MEMPHIS,

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COTTON

FOREIGN,

Steam and Street

Have Removed from 139 Duane St.

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Railways.

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Langley & Co.,

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FOR SALE BY

Wm. C.

Particular attentioa

COTJPN BROKER,

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Rails, Locomolives,

AMERICAN AND

MUDGE, SAWYER A CO.

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Railroad Iron,

1867, sample cases

attention, is called to our,

Special attention given to filling orders for Spinners.

43 and 45 White street.

E. R.

AJHITMILL MANUFACTURERS.

,

Particular

Erastus

all business connected with

production for the

CcY,

CINCINNATI,3 OV, 1 *'
ENGINE*

MERCHANTS,

and undertake

The attention of the trade is specially invited to the

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Bonds and Loans for Railroad
Contract for
Iron or Steel

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B. Holabtrd &

Negotiate

Flannels,

For tke Season of 18 67*

of which are now

A.

12 PINE STREET*

Cotton

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ESTABLISHED IN 1826.

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J esup & Company,

BANKERS AND

MERCHANT,

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COMPANY,

COMMISSION

Broadway,

M. K.

COMMISSION

’Refon by permission to 8. N. Pike & Co., and J. W.
Gaff & Co.
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Bankers:
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IMPORTERS

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CINCINNATI.

Spacious Counting and Reception Rooms available
for Americans in London, withthe facilities
usually
found at the Continental

Scotch and Irish Linen

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Consignments solicited

Cardigan Jackets

Also for

SEVERAL

provided for United.States

Jr

J. Chapin,

PRODUCE

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Railroad Bonds and LTnited States and other Amer¬
ican Securities negotiated, and Credit and Exchange

Valley Worsted Mill
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Smith,

1^ tANGHAM PLACE, LONDON, W. ’ 1
RAILROAD
IRON,
BESSEMER '
RAILS, STEEi/TVRES A METALS

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$,265 WEST PEARL STREET,

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Gilead'-A.

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Drawers.

MinnCg Co. M

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Railroad Material.

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Mountain Dale

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GOODS,

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Mill

Knitting Co.

Home

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'Carpenter,
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Bros. Sc Co., Oakland Merino

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CINCINNATI.

Woolen and merino

Hose.

Lyon

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ST., CINCINNATI, O.

Daniel HV

Sftl BROADWtAY-CORNEP. FRANKLIN STREET.

Also for

John Brugger’s

a new

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Commission Merchant,—JTnlted States

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NO. 27 MAIN

and Lawn

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Cards.

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JBNGLISH CRAPES,
And importer of

Agents for

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MERCHANTS,;

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Agent for 8. UoUrtanld A Co.’s

commission merchants,

Commercial

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[July 13, 1867.

155 Kinzie
Orders will

Streef, Chicago.

receive; careful and prompt attention.

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