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HUNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE,
REPRESENTING THE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES;

VOL.

NEW

13.

YORK, JULY

Bankers and Bfokera.

Bankers and Brokers.

Qlbuertiscincnts.

Is CON.VXOTIOM WITH TBI HoOBB Of
A'tvertMementi will t>e Inserted at the following
prices per lino tor eich Irisenlon :
ordered

It

than 4 tlmea.
tlmea ormoie

'

8

M

«

U

"

-

McCuUoch &

•'

"

Co.,

the advertisement occupies one coUmn or up13 per cent on these rates will be

warls.a dlscoaut of

acD.
AdvertUrtnionts will hare a favorable place when
nr« put 111, but no promise of continuous Insertlou In
the best piiice can be slvcn, aaall advertisers must

TO

t^f~ For
pojce.

&

Sc

William

St.,

To execnte

N

Y.

Telecranhl 3 Transfer, of Money to and from London, Paris, San Francisco, Havana, Ac.
Cnr'-ent Acconnta received on aacb temu as
agreed upon.

CJA

BLE
And

McMahan &

GALVESTON,

to transact any business pertaining to an

LOCKWOOD

Texas.

94

all coUectionii pavabli? in ifiis

art Bank, Howes & Macy, and Spott'i)rd TUeston &
Co., N. Y., 2d Nat. Bauk, Boston, Fiiie Leneyre & Bro.,
N. O., Drexel & Co Fhila.
.

U.
•o.

BRAVDOX,

WALLIS, ViC6-Pre8*t.,
alpuoxss lauvk, Cashit^r.

PPfS't.,

J. 0.

LAUva, secretary,

Texas Banking
UUtliCTOHS:

.1.

Lubbock, M.

......C

M. Bramlnn,

J.

THE CITV BANK OF HOUSTON,
Capital, $32S,000.

Texas,

Wc gl.e special attention to collectlODs on all accessible poliits.
DIiiEC'lOkS: W.J llutchliis' P. W. Gray, A.J.
Barte, Cor. Eunls, W. M. Klce, K. H. Cashh)!,',
,
B, F.

^

TTEEN9, Cashier.

National Bank of Texas
GALVSSTOIV,
Collections

-^^

made on al! arccssihio points.
M. KOPl'KHL. President.

Dealers
fttocks,

C°"-"P'""'«'"«.ji^.^r^¥ra,re'!4'°x"a"t'.glgg:

&

Wilson,

(SucceMors to H. M. Moore,)

BANKERS,

R.

Smith

&

Co.^

BANKERS AND
conmissioN iderchants,
BBtAK, T£X1S,

7

30

W. B. Faksdawb,

t.

O. C.

on Deposits subject to Sight Dralt

Advances mane on approved secnrltles.

Bonds,

Stocks,

and

Gold,

Foreign

Exchange.

Cubbedge

&

Hazlehurst,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,

Foreign uid Domestic Loans Negotiated.

MACON, OA.
Make

Charles G, Johnsen,
conmissioN merchant,
New Orleans.

and do a (lenerM Banklns
Brokerage Uasrners.

Collections,

ud

REFER lO EAST RIVER NATIONAL BAMK

&

A. D. Williams

Co.,

STOCK BROKKVS,

will parchase

EXCHANGE, COTTON, ETC.

40

For

WILLIAMS.
Member nf the

I

N. Tork Stock Kxchange

|

A. DENIS'N

Co.,

I Ibcrat cash advnnccs made on consignments of
Cotton and Tubacco to our adoresa ; also to our friends
in Liverpool and London.

Secnrltles, Gold, Stocks

and Bonds

Bought and Sold on Commission, and

JLOAN8 NEGOTIATKD.

Acconnta received and interest aliowed on bslsnce*

New

Wall Street

York.

Stocks and Bonds
BOnORT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.

Ralls.

WUcb may )>« «l>«cked lor at slglit.

MAOOODOALIq

WALL STREET, NEW YORK.

Qovernment

Special facilities foi neaotiating Commercial Paper.)
Collect; insboth Inund and foreign promptlymude.

GoTernmeut

CO.,

LONDON".

BANKERS AND BROKERS,

or Check.

&

Co.,

SCRIBE, PARIP, and

LOMBARD STREET,

In Bills of Kxchantre,

R. T. Wilson

RUE

AI.EXANDER8 CUNLIFFES &

NO.

BRYAN, TEXAS. BANKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
44 BROAD STREET.

CoUi-ctlons made and promptly remitted for current
rate of cxcliauj^e. Corr'-snondeais;
Misars. w.P.COSVBttSEACO.. New York.

NO.

Governments, Bonder
Gold, Commercial Paper, and all Negotiable

warding

TraveUer,,ud

Fanshawe & MacDougaJl

Co.,

WILLIAM STHEKT, NEW YORK.

Securities.
Inttresi allowed

&

MuNROE

HANKERS,
No. 5S

New Tork,

No. 8 tFall Street,

Dr,iw Bills on

Particular attention given to Receiving and

MooRE

P.

&

Co.,

BANKKRS,

liiue Ciicular Letters of Credit for

Lock Box 884.

J. J. UKNOLEV. Vlce-Vres't,
CHARLES P. NOTES, Assistant Ccishler.

"•

SOUTTER

1{.

&

OHN MuNROE

Co.,

Transact a General Banklns buiil.
ne«a, Includlns tUo purclia«e and sale
of Government and State Bond*. Rail*
road Stocks and B>nds, and «tl>e
securltlHS, on commission.;

$238,000
Walllii, F.

(.julQ, K, 3. Jeinisou, M. W. BaKer, Leon
Bluai, Oe >. Sclineuler, K. S. Willis, T. A. Gary, W. B.
Wall, H Ib't. Mllla, T. J. H. And.;r80ii.
SpecUl altcittloii glve'i to collections at all po'nts
In t ii- Stat '.ami remlttanc-s promptly made, without
auy charK except customary rates ot exchange.

Houston,

RAII.ROAD SBCCRITIES.
J

Ins.,

8c

72 Broadwajr, Aew York.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE NEGOTIi
TION OF

BROAD1VAV.

GALVESTON.

Cash Canltal,
•

&

WALSTOJf n. BBOWH.

CO.

BASKBRS,

We have prompt ami reliable correspondents at all
the principal pouit3 throughout tliH S'ate, aud upon

City or Houston, make
no char>{« lor collecting, and only actual charge upon
Interior colIcctLofis. Immediate und prompt atientlou
fiven to )ill bnstiiess entrusted to na. Kefcr to Nat.

BBOWM.

J.

Augustus J. Brown & Son

Co.,

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange,

may b

BANKERS,

TRANSFERS OF MONET

JAY COOKE &

Bankers,
And

order* In Secnrltle*,

Amerlean Banklns Hontie In London.

Texas Bankers.

AtJG.

all parts of

TO HAKB

terms ot Subscrlptloa see

StU

T. H.

AND CIRCCTUR
WOULD;

isstne

FUlt IBAVKLEIiS, available In
tbe world

CO.,
PUBLISHERS,

81

New Tork Cltjr,

ISSUE CIRCULAR NO iK8

COMMEKOIAL CREDITS an.lCIRClTLARLKTTHRS

aave eQaalopportiinllles.

79

St.,

elters nr Credit available and payable In all the
CITIK-I OK 'IIIK
als» In the
United States, Canada and West Indies.

1

DANA

Nassau

PRINCIPAL

LOMBARD 8TREKT. LONDON,

sterijIno exchange,

the

14 lines to

4t

We are prepared to parotaaee and eell

alloved.

l¥ra. B.

11

I

No.

8

Space U measured la a^ate type,

No.

•

It)

& Co.,

Duncan, Sherman

Jay Cooke,

"

16
It
13

"

3
li

?0 cents per line.

less

NO. 318

29, 1871.

8.

M.

SWESSOW.

WILL&MS,
Member of tho ^^^

J. P.

I

N. Tork Hloek Kxchuigt

W. «• r«KkIXS.

SwBNSoN, Perkins
80 Wall Street

D. L.

KBBinoB.

& Co.,

New York.

Perkins, Swenson

& Co.,

Neir Orleans.
Exchange sold nn Texas and Lonlalans. CoUMtloiu
»»v»^

Bade 00 »U acceesloie polnta.

;; ;

IBE CHUONlJLE.

130
Publication.

Publications.

Hunt's

The

Railroad

Published at

Magazine

Merchants'

[July 29, 1871.

110

&

112

Fiuanoial.

Gazette,

Madison

5«

'

YEAR BOOK,

Issue Letters ol Credit fop TrareUer

CONTAINS

IT

A Complete Record of Railroad TTeivs

Available In

tion

OP COmiTIERCIAli AND
Fl ANCIAL INFORItTAXION

ATSJtVAl,

CI

and

CITY BANK, I.ONDON,
OK

Messrs.HOTTINGUER & CO.. of Paris

and mechanical
^ineering, and discuscivil

,^v ,'lti?*i^J'^P<'^'-*f^ CREDITS and DRAFTS
LONDON PAWS, and SCOTLAND.
I

sions ol tlie relations
of UaJIroad Couipa ies to the

•

n<>^,Yi^^*''*'2.'"'"',"
UONli.s

boueht ami

This Journal Is prepared espo iaily for stockholders,
directors an-i officers of railroads, and all railroad

CONXENXSi
ENGRAVING OP HIKAM
WALBRLDGE.
Financial Revlen' for 1870.— National

STEEL

PLATB

Progress in Wealtli Report of the Secretary of the
Treasury Report of the Treasurer of the United
States Report of Commissioner of Internal Revenue Internal Revenue Receipts for Three Years
Daily Price of Gold for Nine Years; Treasure
Movement at New York for Twelve Years; Treasure Movement at San Francisco Range of Government Securities, Monthly, for Two Years Highest
and Lowest Prices, Monthly of every Stock Soid at
the New York Stock Exchange for Five Years Past
Foreign Exchange, Weekly, Four Years Past Deht

Price $4 per anuiim, In advance.

;

;

Co,

EXCHANGE PLACE.
GOVERNMENT

M), 50

STOCKS, BONDS,

Commerce,

Journal of

;

;

&

Gibson, Casanova
BANKERS

emplojcea.

on

"" Llonslsnments. STOCKS and
on Coramlssioii.

Rolrl

community.
ever issued in the United States.

parts of Europe, etc..

THBOITGH THa

lustrated descriptions of Railroad Tniprovements— Articles both original
and selected on railroad <pera-

volume of 475 pages, forming tho most complete

all

t

The Frogresa of New Roads— Elections and appolntineiitB ol o 111 c era— Con tracts Let and to
be Let ^ummaries of Annual Heports— il-

1871.
A

BANKERS,
WALL STREET,

A, N. K£:i.LOGG,
Weekly

Illustrated Journal of 'U paRCS, as laree
»
» •
as thOBe of KVliIi^ SATURDAY.
Is H

& Co.,

J AMES RoBB, King

Chicago, by

St.,

EVERY MONDAY,

FTJBI/ISHED

SKCUPITIFS
FOREIGN EXCMAN'GE and GOLD bonght and sold
on the most favornble terms.
INTKKKST allow:.] on denoslts either In Currenev

orGpld.subiect
the

NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND WALNDTST8

;

St. IjoiiIs,

Foreign

;

Wo.

W.

Bills.

clieck at slglit, the

to

Hanks.

itv

'

same as with

^S^AV^^^'^ ^"'^ °^- «'l marketable sccnrltlsa.
Iss'"''! hearlns
i-.}^??l^l,'.V>,l,l* "' P"""'
•JOLLFCTIONS nude at all polnn nt tljo Interest
UKICN
LEOtfARD.

B.

W. O BHKLDOy.

W. n. POSTKE.

;

;

LeonardjSheldon&Foster

American Shipping and
Foreign Commerce Purchases by Government of
United States Bonds.

Debt and Finances of each State.—
Containing Complete Articles upon the Debt and
Financial Condition of the Several States of the
Union, with the most Detailed Statement of all their
Bonds Outstanding.

Banking.—The National Banking System ;
Comptroller of the Currency's Report Totals of
Quarterly Reports since 1863; New York Savings
Banks Clearing House Banks, Three Y'ears European Money Market.
;

;

;

Railroad*.-Review of Railroad Progress in
Europe and America for IB70 New York Railroads Ohio Railroads Massachnsetts Railroads
Railroad Bonds in Detail Railroad Stocks in De;

;

BAIVKERS,
No. 10 IVall Street.
Fny and

Government.

Ptate, Railroad a'^d tlier
making^ liberal advan<*eB on
on ('epositfl, deal in commeicial
paper, furnish to trwvelleis and
thers Letters of
Credit current in the principal ciiiea in Europe.

desirable

8. 11

>ecuntli8,

same, allow

IssrK

;

;

;

Co.,

PARIS, LONDON BOSTON
W WILLI A.M STliEIiT, N. Y.,

of the United States in Detail, with Acts ; Director
of the Mints' Report; Gold and Silver Coins in
Different Countries; Receipts and Disbursements

of United States since 1791

&

Bowles Brothers

lute' fst

<

Credits for Travelers In Europ«,
Exchange on Paris and the Union Bank
sums to suit.
Subscription agents for the

London, Iti

ol

CHRONtcLs

S.

In Paris.

63 AVall Street, Nciv York,
TRAVKLLEHS ana COMMERCIAL CREDITS
ISSUED, available In all parts ol Europe, &o. DILLS
OF EXCHANGE drawn in sums to suit purchasers
also Cable transfers.
Country Bai.kers can be supplied with Bills ol Ex
chanffe, in large or small antounts, on the principal
cities of 1-urope, also « lih Tickets lor I'assaje from,

GUION LINE ol Mail Meaniers
ADVANCES M»DK UPON CONsIGNMEN I'S nF

or to. Enrone,bv the

«ARING BROTHERS Sc COMPANY.
6'iWALL STREET, NEW YORK.
U8 .STATE

fiuion

Sc

liROKER,

Government Bonds, Excliansc,
Ciold and Stocks,

In

other Produce to Ourselves or Cor-

S. Petrle A: Co.,
London.

STREET, BOSTON.

OHN PoNDIR,

J<
No.

respondents.

Alex.

G. C. Ward,
AGENTS FOR

WiLLIAMS&GuiON,

COITON, and

&

G.

a EXCHANGE PLACE,

Pftrtlouliir attention triven

Co.

to

the negotiation ol

Kallway and other Corporate Loans.
Union and Central Pacillc Bonds and Stocks

Liverpool.

;

a spe

;

clalty.

tail.

Fopalatlon, etc.—Europe and America.—
European Progress in Wealth and Population;
British Income Tax Prance. Income and Resources;
European Armies and Navies Germany Immigration into the United States Census of the United

& Co.,
WALL STREET,

Brown Brothers
NO. 59

;

;

;

E.

Coinnierclal
Available in

Trade and Commerce.— Review

of

the

Year 1870 ; Mercantile Failm-es Prices of Merchandise ; New York, Foreign Trade of, for 1870 Foreign Imports, United Stales Foreign Exports
Cereals ; Average Factory Wages.
;

all

Insurance Stocks and Scrips

paid free of CommissiOB) and letters r
Credit foi

an

1871;

;

baco ; Coal ; Petroleum

;

;

the world on

LONDON.

;

;

Ogden

Henry A. Wilmerding

;

;

86

SOUTH STREET,

Issue Sight

receipt of which snm it will be mailed, free of
postage, to any part of the United States.

Sc

CO.,

Publishers of the

Commercial

it

IT.

&

81

Financial Chronicle,

WILLIAM STREET,
NeiT Tork.

BABNKT.

Barney,
in a

AiSD IHIS-

Tucker, Andrews

O. H.

W. TUCKER &
Rue

B. D. FOSTKB.

Raymond &

&

6

Late

Co.,

WILLIAM

Co.

Wall Street,

PITLESTON, RATITIOND & Co.
ALEXANDER SMITH

52 Wall Street,

JAS.

BAYMOND.

Bankers and Brokers,

&

CO.

BANKERS,
CO',

No. 40 'Wall Street,

New

York.

Scribe, Paris

BANKERS.

DEPOSITS

Draw Bills on Paris.
Buy and Sell Bonds and Stocks

In

London Par

snd Frankfort and negotiate Loans on same.

received and interest allowed at best

Current Rates.

GOVERNMENT and STATE SECURITIES, GOLD
RAILROAD BONDS, STOCKS, etc., bought and

Issue Letters ol Credit.

79

0.

and Ireland.

Credits on W, TAPSCOTT & CO., Liverpool. Ad
7ancesmade on consignments. Orders for Gov
ment Stocks. Bonds and Merchandize executed.

On

DANA

Co.

NEW TOKK.

r rafts and Exchange payable

parts of Great Britain

tVIIiLIAni B.

&

Tapscott, Bros.

Abraham M.

Price $5.00.

Arents,

Co.,

Bankers and Brokers.

;

ter

&

MORTON, ROSE & CO

Iron.

Bininger.

or they

Cl'lLLANKUVS S< CI RtTIES,
No. 9 NEW STREET.
Loans Negotiated^

CO.YIMERCIAL CREDITS,
all parts of

&

DEALERS INSOUrHERN

ALSO,

To-

Blograplilcal.- Hiram Walbrldge Kobert L.
lUltland Joseph Wesley Harper James De Peys-

;

at sellers option.

Late J. M. Wclth

TRAVELLERS,
Available in

Commercial He»ort«.—Breadstuffs

once lor the above Securities

M. Weith

J.

;

Europe.

at

win be sold on commission,

CIRC11L.4R NOTES.
(isflned

of 1870 and Prospects for
Crop of 1869-70; Crop of Cotton each Year
since 1621 ; Weekly Receipts for Five Years Manufacturers' Association Report for 1869-70; Consumption of United States Mills Consumption in

Cash paid

Co.,

ISSUE

;

Cotton —Review

&

Bliss

also,

;

Bank Stocks and other Securities.
" SPECIALTV"

parts ol the world

Morton,

1VALL STREET,
IBnys and Sells

and Travelers Credits

;

States.

Bailey,

S.

165

ISSUE

I

I

Sold on Commission.

ADVANCES made upon approved Securities.
COLiLBCTIONS made, and Loans Negotiated.

)

Juljr 2d,

THE CHRONICLE.

1871.J

Boatoa Bankers.

Bon«ou

CHARLESTON,

Tr*relttr*

Aiiil

dc <lo.,

inuuroA A Co.
aud

IH«rcu>rd, Audr*

4c

Co .1

UlroulAi Nou««v*11aIjU li>r Travelers
Kuropti anil lue Kiwt.

change,

In

South Carolina made and promptly remitted

laallpuruof

II

A.

N

K K

i( !i.

*

Co.,

A

Bujr Mild sell
ty bond*.

J.

Wonteru

Cltjr

NO,

O

\it

and Coun-

c'aahlai

.

Lew

A V I K 1( R TI( K K T.
Orleaua, La.

It

and Silver Coin,
Insurance Scrip,

Bank and

I

E. H.
RROKEHM,

Colli

Kounise Brothers,

&

IsBELL

.

.

New

K. H. ISULL.

U K T,

f iw t

iiKwir
C Ulaeb Asst. CaiMer.
II'.

Slate and City Notes, |
SUie and City WarraaU

liallroad stocks,

I'niied sut.s Uoni^s.
Mulitai'^" Curreney,

Uiicurreut Hank NouLand Warrants,

It

1'

KOI

&

L.

.

(or.

Aronts.

Jaues ISnKLL.
S

t

<

ITCO

MiiaLsBP, frenn.

Bv

Cobb,

UKVONjKLim
BOSTON,

it

W, U.

Miv ToRK ConispoaDwtTS
J.M. Woltb

&

OP NOUTii
OEBIQ.N'ATKU DKI
bT.VIES A.N

COLLECTIONS ON ALL ACCESSIBLB J
POINTS
f AKIS.
Henry Clout

Parkrr

Raleigh National Bank

O.

Unrnrrent Bank Notm. BoniM, Stocks, BpocK
*c , *o., DougUi and Sold.

I

SLONi)«N

AND

liobi- rl

BAXKZH AND BBOK&R,
S.

Nireel, lloalou.

Tbe Cltr llniih
le cur Mnnh,

Southern Bankert.

Kaufman,

C.

IIAINKKUS,
uf GxehAti/e, uu'l Coiuiiierrlitl

131

Santhern Bankers.

&Co., A.

Page, Richardson
TO State

s

:

cummerclal Paper,

BonicUt and Sold cxcliialvelr on Coat
uilaalou.

Son,

Particular attention pild to Settlement ol Slats and
City Taxes.

UANKKltS,

TALLADEGA, ALABAMA,

ouN A. Rlzin,

Flowxbrbb. Gao. M. Kliis

C. C.

Preslaeut.

Vice PreS.dent.

Caslilrr

Special altentlon 10 collections.

New York Corrcapondent.—U OWES & MACY.

Philadelphia Bankers.

Mississippi

The City Bank

BKJamtsoxS^Co.

OF

BANKKliS,

PHILADELPHIA.

N. Y. Correspondiini.— Bank of
OBO.

SELITIA,

WM.

P.

•100,000

R

Sontliern S curlties ol every <1CBcrlptton, t1/.; Cn
aiik Notes i Sute, City ii Uallroad Siockk.

current

T.

&

tor

oa day

ol

FOR

AND

Collections made
Southern Slates.

accea8ib:e

on

SUL^.

8 Wall Street, Vew York
Transact a Grnkk\l iiANaiNe BustNBSs, and give
panlcu ar nttenllon to tbe PUKuHA^IS ANli SALE

H. H. SOUKSBTILLB.

&

01-'GOVEU.\ilK.NT,sTATEANU»iAiLitOADShCUKlTIJiS.

Sommerville,

'^Deposits received sublect to check at slKht.

BANKERS & BROKERS,

PARIS

MONTGOMERY,

Stout

ALA,'

Samuel A. Gaylord & Co.

Vlce-Pre»'l.

&

Merchants

stock and Bond Broker*,
NO. 32S NOKTH THIRD STUKET
SAINT LOUIS MO.

25

Planters

P£NN„
.....

TITL'SVILLE,

.>epoilted Witt) C. S. Treasurer to secure Circulation

aud

C.

HYDE,

DepottitH

Commission

500,000.

CHA8.

Casbler.

HYDB

n St. Louis.
KST.VBHSllED

and

uow prepared

W. Wheatley &

J.

&

West Main

E. E. BuBBTss, Pres't.

Street, I.oulsvlIle, Ky., dealers in

First

Kareltfu aud Domestic Kxchaufte, Goverumeut Bonds
and all Local Securities. Give prompt attention to
aollaotlons and orders for Invesuueut ol runds.

Bryce

W. M.

National

And

made on

tl parts ol

tbe United Stales.

J

Especial attention paid to the purchase and sale ol
Gold, Bank Note»,Bonda.8iooiii. Foreign and UomestIcBxch nn«. CoUectloni mads aud proceeds prompt-

Banking Business.

Trans.icts a General

Winslow, Lanier

&

Co.,

BANKERS,
PINK STREET,

NEW YORK.

Receive 'the ai-coauts ol Interior banks, bankera,
corporations and Merchants.
Agents for the sale nl city, Connty and Railroad
Bonds. Issue l.«>tters ot Credit for foreifm ravel.

Taussig, Fisher

dc

Co.,

BANKERS AND BROKERS,
No. 32 Broad Street, New York.

Bank,
C.

John Craig,
Banker, AnKnata, Ga.

F. Hewson,
STOCK BKOKKR,

omce No. M West Third Street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Rrfrr"to*""An Cincinnati Banka""»nrt"ur,S™'VXf'c^
Messrs. iotKCo. New York.

A. K. 'Walcbb, Cashier,

iriLailNGTON, N.
Collections

WOOD *

— Messrs. Wm.

on Commission.

Loans Neijotiated and Investments made on FavorOrders for stooi.8 and Gold carelully
a;)le Terms.
executed at tUe Regular Boards. Prompt attention
given to every tiranch ol the bualaess.

27

Co.,

BANKERS,
130

Correspondents

Sells,

Commercial Paper, Stcrllne Exchanse,
GoTerument Securities, dec ice.

AMERICVS, OA.
a general banking baslness. Cotton purchased
on order. Collections made and promptly remitted

New York

Morton, Galt

Co.,

Do

lor.

BtocK

Chittick,
WALL STREET, NEW YORK,

BANKERS AND BROKERS,

*Co.

ol N. Y.

-^'iW. G.
No. 35

sold.

...t8,410.30O

Hank, havliiK reorKuuized as a National Bank
to do a iieiieral bHiiklnn business.
Governuient Seeurltleu.Coln, Gold Dust mid Bullion
b luifbt aud sold at curreut rates. Special attention
glv«n tn collertloiis tliroueliout the west
aJiU H. Button, Pres. Cdas. K. Dicaso»,VITes't
KOWASD P. CuBTis Casbler
Tills

Is

Merchant,

Collections promptly remitted for
Orders sollcitud lor the purchase oi ^.tiea ol Prodace
and Sucurttlus. Prompt atteutloc guaranteed.
New VorkCorrespondentii: Iiawbjcncic lisos.dc

1837.

..

'

Special attention givea to constirnnients of Cotton.
Gold, StockB, Bonds and KoreitfU and UomcHiic
Ikxchanfre, bou^tiC

Member

Exchange.

JOS 8 i»"')UT

Jr.

Srvannalif Oa.

NATIONAL BANK OF THE STATE
OP niissouui.

Capital paid In

r-old Excbanjre
C. DICKINSON,

HoWaUD

Bnys and

Preat.

York.

A. V. ST'iUT, Pieslicnt Nat. Shoe and Leather Bank
J. li. DlCKl.NSON.Iate ['resident Tcntli Nat. Bauk.
."LATT K. UICK1N60.N, Member ol N.Y. tlockaid

$200,000

BANKER, FACTOR AND

taOO.OOO

New

Stock and Bonis
Accounts received
jou^lit and
and Inte ei^t allowcl ou balauccs, whloh may be
-•be'^ked lor atsiKhtsame as al iiauk,
Securities, Gold,
sold on eomuiisaion.

Special attention paid to Collections.

Second National Bank, Edward C. Anderson,

STREET,;

Government

AUGUSTA. GA,

......

BROAD

Cor. Exchange Place,

NATIONAL BANK,

Caali Capital,

Dickinson,

BANKKi'iS,

Jos. S. Bias
Caah'r.

T. P. Branch,

J. JEKKIH9,
Pres't.

Cbas.

Capital

&

Special attention given to purchase of Cotton.

8AX.g

Go.,

Bunkers and Brokers,

accessible polats lu the

all

FOWLkB.

FowJer

payment.

A:^U

Cammann &

EXCHANGE, BANK N()TES AND COIN BO0QHT

W3J.

CHKCK8 ON LONDON

P!r"CoIle lloiiSiiKi'le In all parts ol thU State and
uUi Carolina and rem tle>l lor o.i day ol collecfi
tion, at ciirf'-Dt r.u.- ol .New Vo-\ Kx-<~liain^i'.

EDFAI/LA, ALABAniA.

110 iVeat Fonrtli street.
1!INCI\N ATI, OHIO.
Dealers iB COf.D, SIL.VBB aud aU kludr

polnU and remitted

Perkins,

J.

i

Bunds and Coupons;

BANE Eli,

Co.,

*

all

S. C.

G.. P.
C V R
Y,
EXCIIANGK BANK' AUGUSTA. UA.

Western Bankers.

at

Macbeth,

CHARLESTON,

Bnuk.

GOVKKNillRNT HOMUS.
COLLECTIONS nADB

&

Key box M.

Casbler.

N.Y. Correspondent— Importers and Traders National

108

ALBX, HAOBan.

STOCK AND BOND 0UOEER8,

AIlMSTIiONO, Casbler.

JNu. W. LUVE, Aaswlant

Bank,

Uanhattan Co.

tiis

BOLMXS.

J AS. ISBELL, of Talladega, President.

TranRact a general Banking aim Kxchantfe biialneHg
ncludliiK I'lirciiitsi! ami Saie ot StuuKB, iiunda, Golil
• tc. ou CuumiiMilon.

GiLMORE, DUNLAP

L.

Holmes

.....

Capital

V^alley

A BASK OF nlSCOtlNT AND UKP04IT,
VlCKSBCItG, MISS.

STATE OP ALABAISA.

Buy and

rcll at .Market Itate.

ALL UNITED STATES SBCURITIEH*

Solicit aciounu tram MhttCUAMTS.
and others, and aliow interest on dally balauecs, subject to Sight Uraiu

BANK8SS

make

coUeetlona on laTorable terma

and promptly ezeeute orders (or :he purchase or lala
of

Gold, State,i Federal,
Securltlee.i

and Railroa

)

THE ch&owcle:

132

[Jtdy 29, 1871.

Financial.

financial,

Financial.

VESIRABI.E

GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA
RAILROAD COmPANV

HoM E

Security

s.

Secured by a first mortgage on Road, and by a
mortgage on a grant of

OFFICE OF

&

Clark,

141

BROADWAY

Mead
BANKERS,
The attention

Agency of the
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH
AMERICA,
7 Per Cent Gold Bonds.

gencr*"

of CapltaliBts sndlnTestors

ONE MILLION ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY
THOUSAND ACKliS
of the most valuable

liUniber Ijands In miclilsan.

INVESIMENT. For sale By

TVINSLOW. liANIER &
27 Plue

Invited to the

Street,

FIRST MOBTGAGE

7 Per Cent Gold Bonds

A FIRST-CLASS

Free of tax. Coupon or Registered.

CO.,1

New York.

RaUway Company

PAYABLE IN GOLD.

CATES bought and
Virginia,

JOHN
S

THIS FIRST
Guarantead Preferred

Mortgage Bonds, and the
Stock of the Louisiana and Missouri River Riilroad
Company, due August 1, lS71,wlll be paid on and after
that dale at our office, free of

Govemmput

M. K. JESCP &

FINASCIAL AGENTS.

Orleans Cards.S

OFJ
«
Orleans.

$600,000

Jones & Schuyler,

Interest accrues to our people,
aportlon of your Basiutss

Board

we

respectiuUy solicit

JOHN Pn"I,PS,
LA VILLEBEUVKE n. M.rONIl,
W. WAUTWELL
H.W.TAULhY.
LEON GODCHAUX
|R.
VKNAHLES,
CARL KOHN, President
THEO. HELLMAN, Vice Pres't,
(Of Sellgmau Hcllman & Co.)
JAMES CHALARON, Cashier.
.7.

Make Investments

Fazkndb.

W.

R.

Lymas.

& Co.

BOND AND MORTGAGE

1,

8

and

y

The transfer books

National

Bank

OF NEW OKLKANS,
Formerly LOUISIANA STATE BANK, Incorporated

18 18.

Capital. .$500,000

Iilmlt,..$ 1,000,000
Prompt attcniion given to f Collections upon all points

;

Inter-

per cent.
NEBRASKA TOWN AND COUNl Y, 7 per cent.
We always have a snpply of the above bonds, of
10

SW

the best class.

M. K. Jesup

&

Company,

BANKERS AND MERCHANTS,
LIBEItTY STItEET

Bond! and Loans

for

PANY, No.

A

1871.—

O.

National

Contract for

'

NEW ORLEANS,

LOriSIANA.

KX. WUELESS, President,
JA8. N. BKADLKS, Vlce-PreBldent.
CHARD JONES, Cashier.
Particular nttertirn given to Collections, both In
ijtolty and all noints in connection with it. Prompt

Mtirnsmadeat Wst

tfctc of Exchange, and no charge
BiHe.eXceptingiiiut actually paid oi on anydlstajit
i "" ""J "lonmt
Correspondence solicited.
O

NlW YOBK

COKRXSPOKDXJIT-

HIMTH JNATiOSAl, BASK.

all taxes, is this

ot

York,

Dividend of FIVE

12tli
(6)

July

PER

day declared, pay-

able 1st August.

JAMES YEREANCE, Secretary.

York, July

11,

1871.—

No.

A

151

IN
BROADWAY, New

semi-annnal

THREE AND ONE-HALF PER
government

tax, has this

Dividend

CENT.,

free

of

from

day been declared, payable

on demand.

WM, M. RANDELL, Secretary.
Cleveland, CoLtjMBrs. Cinciknati and)
V
IkDIAHaPOLIS ItAILWAY COMPANY.
July

Iron or Steel Ralls, LocoimstlTes,

12, 18.1.

)

A DIVIDEND OF THREE AND ONE HAI F PER

CENT., free ot United States tax. has been declaied
by this Companv, pavaMe on and after August t.
stockholders holding certificates registered at New
York, will be paid at the oliice of 'he I nited States
Trust Companv of New York, No. 49 Wall street.
The transler hooks will be closed from tiie evening
of 15th inst. until August 3. By order of the Board of

GEORGE

H. RUSSELL, Treasurer.

Railroad

Bonds.

Cam,

etc.
and undertake
all biiBlnes*

connected ivltb RaU\ray

SPECIAL NOTICE.

Salem and

New YoRk

STEAMSHIP COMPAN

Y,

Wiicther you wish to buy or

Williams
Nos. 40

FOR SALEM DIRECT,

3

ill

*1

New England.!
Tlie

Steamer

River, on

&

NORWICH will leave Pier 16, East
July 29. at S oV lock P.M., and
by the WILLIAM TIKHITTS, on

SATUKDAY,

&

Bostwick,

YORK,

BANKERS AND STOCK, BOND AND
GOLD COMMISSION BROKERS,
Make

liberal

advances on
on Deposit

all First-class Securities,

Interest allowed

.BANKING HOUSE OF

Kountze Brothers,

Mill be lollowed

WEDNE^IiAY, August 2, tormihg thereafter a semi,
weekly line, leaving as above.
For rates of Freight or other particulars apply to

MURRAY, PERRIS

^k

CO.,

03 Soutli

Street.

N. B,— Rates ol freight and lasuraace guaranteed.

write to

42 Excliangc-place,

NEW

Connecting by Railroad with BEVERLY. M ARBI.EHEII), LINN. LOWELL. LAWRENtT.. METHUEN,
NASHUA, MANCHKSTER, IIAVKRlllLL, AMICSBU R Y. and all other mauufacturing towns in Northern

sell,

CHAS. TV. HASSLER,
No. 7 Wall Street, New York.

SAILING

Bank

OF

New

Broadway,

104

semi-annual

Directors.

Railroad Cos.,

Wednesdays and Saturdays.

N.

20th

of the Board,

RAILROAD BONDS,

|

In the Southern Stales. Collections free of charge
other than actual cost upon distant plrtces.
licmittunces promptly made at oiwrent rates ot
clchange on rlie day ol maturitv.
Exchange puichasci and sold upon all points.
SAMUEL H. KENNEDY. Pres't
E. KIGNEY, Vioe-Pres't.
CHAB.L.C.DUPUY Cashier.

remain closed from the

^r-ASTOB FIRE INSURANCE COM-

Neeotlati!

State

will

per cent interest.

MISSOURI COUNTY BONDS,

59

Stockholders of this Bank, on

SURANCE .COMPANY,

on Improved Real Estate

In the CITY OF CHICAGO, for a term of years
est payable when deslrod.

ILLINOIS REGISTEHED

tlie

day of August next.

^-OFFICE SBESOLVTE FIRE

111.,

for Capitalists. In

RAILROAD BONDS.

BANKERS & BROKERS,

'
HTCff ORLHANS.
BT- Particul ar attention niven to husiness of CorrcspondenlB. Colic ctions remitted for at current rate ol
Kxchantre.
New York Correspondents: Trevor & Colgate, Moron, UUsa <Se Co.

be paid to

after the Urst

CENT., free

FIRST mORTGAGE

bearing
P. O.

and

O. H. SCnREINEI!,Cl»hler.

&

Chicago,

K. F.

Townsend, Lyman

THE GERMAN AMERICAN BANK,)
New roBK, July 11, 1871. >
A DIVIDEND OF FOUR (4) PER CENT, free ot

By order
[Itlercliants.

Field, King
Co.,
St., Room 4, Ne\v York, and

VAN BENTHUYSEN,

WAI,TER PUGH,
VICTOR MEYEK,

York'

Exchange and Mercantile Paper bought and sold ON
COMMISSION. Interest allowed on ueposits, wUlcU
may be checked for at sight*

38 Pine

ot Ulrectors:

(of Salo- F.

Simpson,)

New

Securities. Stocks, Bonds. Gold,

Inst., until that date. Inclusive.

Contract for STEEL and IRON RAILS, LOCOMOTIVES. CAliS, and other Supplies, and negotiate
RAILWAY BONDS, LOANS, &o.

As tlie ftrst ol the Old Institutions ol tlie State to
improve the oiiporiunitv of furnlstiing our popnlation
witli the fitcilities ol a local circulation on which tlie

O. TowsaisD.

PINE STREET,

13

Hawley & Co.

Bankers,
Hawiet,
No. 50 WALL STREET,

Government

tax, will

prepared tor Bnslncss.

fnllv

B. JtTDSOJf

HEW YORK.

This Hank, organized under the general law ol Conwith Its capital of

mon &

Tr'asurke'b Office, 23
York. July 24. 1871 —The semi-annual

RaiiTvay Conimission

refls

M. Mk SIMPSON,

New

due August If't, upon the Kirsc Mortgage
Gold Bonds of this Company, will be paid on presentation on ana after tli at date, at the ofllce of GEORGE
OPDYKE & CO.,25Nas8ausireet, New York.
H. R. Low, Treasurer.
interest,

Union National Bank

now

t^^NEW JERSEY MIDLAND RAILNassau

WAY COMPA^Y.
Stkkt.

BROAD STREET

Alfred W. Baetleit,

tax.

COMPANY.

ol

MANNING,

B.

E. Judson

Special atten-

Indebtedness
30, 1S7!.

6

M. K. Just:? & COMP'T, No. 59 LinmiTT ST.,
New York, July a4,i»71.

BRASXVS F. jnEAD &
THOinAS CI.ARKE, Jr.

ander the Act of March

No. 3 Excbange Court.
THE SEMI-ANNUAL INTEREST ON

on
The coupons
the first days of April and October, free of government tax ; and the issne of bonds is limited lo $20,000
per mile ol completed road. Any Information con
n at on
cerning them
are paid semi-annually in this city,

sold at best rates,

tion given to the funding of the

H

Intact, is

JOHN PATON,
j . .„.„
APCH. McKiNI>AY,(**^™"

VIRGINIA.

GOLD BROKER,

at 90

New

'<

also Circular Letters of Credit for Travelers, availa'
ble in all parts of the World.
Demana and Tinie Bills of Exchange, payable'in
London and elsewhere bought and sold at current
rates, also cable Transfers.
Demand Drafts on Scotland and Ireland, also on
Canada, British Columbia and San Francisco. Blllu
collected, and other l!anklng business transacted.

BONDS, COUPONS AND INTEREST CERTIFI-

and accrued interest, in
et side
currency. The Railway is flituated on the
ot the Hudson River, and is now running tor 20 ml
working
contract to bo
to New Pallz, and Is under
order to Kingston next fall. The bonds are a firstclass investment, and we Invite the closest investigation ol them. The principal and interest are

New

Street,

Commercial Credits Issued for use in Europe, China
Japan, the i^ast and West Indies, and South America

Ogden

P'rederic

OP THB

iralkill Valley
-which we offer lor sale

48 TTall

first

14 Trail Street.

New

York.

Deposits received from Banks and Individuals, su
ect to check at sight, and Interest allowed thereon at
/OUR PER CENT per annum.
...
Collections made thronchout the United States, ttia
British Provinces and Europe.

„,,„.,

QoTeruuieuts Securities bougbi and

aoiil.

:

mmmt
HUNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE,
AND COMMERCIAL

REPRESENTING THE INDUSTRIAL

VOL.

SATURDAY, JULY

13.

CONTENTS.

At

gency
Tlie Currciicv

Agents of National Banks
Latest Monetary and Commercial
English News

the Fall Strin-

Problem

The Great Railroad Leise
Paper Money versus Gold
Changes in the Uedccmiug

133
134
i:»
136

Railroad Canal, &c.. Stock List.
State Bond List
Ilaiiroad, Canal and Mlscolla-

City Uanks.I'liiiadelpiiiaBanks
National Banks, etc
Qaotations of Stocks and Bonda

.

140
113

oils

|

Bond

144-5
1-16

147

150
131
1'3

I

I

|

But the, facts on which they rest are at
men will do well to be cautious
how thoy confide too implicitly upon them.
Another favorite theory has reference to the usual faU
stringency in the loan market which is expected to be omitted this year.
Hence bankers and merchants are mtking
time engagements, reaching into the months of

156
150

tsissutd every Salurm'trning, witk the latest news up to midnight >/ Friday.

TEEMS OF SUBSCEIPTION-PAYABLE IS ADVANCS.
Oommf.roial and Financial Curoniolb, delivered by carrier
tooitysuUorlbcra.ana mailed to all others, (o.tclasive of postage,)
»10 00
t'ortjric Year
6 00
For Six Months
yhe CUKOMCXK wiU 6« sent to subscribers until ordered dlsamtlnued by letter.
J^'tsttp/e is'iij cenU peri/ear^ and is paid by tKe subscriber at his own post-o^cs.
WILLIAM B. DANA & CO., Publishers,
WmLiAX B. DiKA,
YORK.
and 81 William Street.
OR.N o. FLOYD, JB. (

OmoE

NEW

Box

4,53J.

oar only travailing agent.

The Publishers cannot be responsible for Bemittances unless made by
^^ or Post-Ofllce Money Orders.

W\

Drafti"
J

neat
.50

flle

cents.

for holding current

Volumes bound

its

demand

for currency.

referred to

ing

above

aggregate

is less

ia

The aggre-

than 20 millions, and the outstand-

1318,686,999.

It

is

widely distributed

Western and Southern States in the following
proportions, no part of it wliatever being permitted to be
allotted to the Eastern and Middle States
the

Virginia

numbers of the Ciraou iolb is sold at the
The Urst and

for subscribers at tl iS.

second volumes of the Chronicle are wanted by the publishers.

West Virginia.
Michigan
Kentucky

1,106
2,200.000

Georgia
Kansas
North Carolina
Missouri
South Carolina

Indiana

^

Post

oftlco for

money market by

among

Thh

is

Their theory rests on several sup-

rirst, the South, they think, will not derange

positions,

gate circulation issued to the national banks under the law

^[)t €\)xonxt[t,

Mr. Alex. Holmes

November

they were inclined to

than

1.14

Dry Goods
Pncos Current

XhrOomheroial AND PiKANCiAL Ohroniole

I

freely

accept a sliort time ago.

Groceries

our

dfty

in gold.

and December, more

I

THE COMMEIICLVL TIMES.
Com;nerclal Epitome
CottJn
BreadstafiB

favorite theorie?.

point to a probable

said, these theories

136

148-9

List....;

318.

best doubtful, and prudent

|

Gold Market,
Foreign Exihanse, Sew York
U. S. Securities,

we

advance

138

THE BiVNKERS' GAZETTE AND RAILWAY MONITOR.
Railway News
Munev Market, Railway Stocks,

and opposing parties have their

present, as

130

Commercial and Misccllaueoiu

NewB

NO.

29, 1871.

conjecture,

THE CHRONICLE.
Time Loans and

INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

1,174,IX)0

Nebraska

$744,000

Illinois

3,066
930,000

Wisconsin
Ohio
Tennessee
Iowa

5.34,000

760.000
1,300,000
1,076,000
1,300,000
380,000

Louisiana

Minnesota
It is

$861,000
176,100
609,000
l.aW.OOO
353,000
21i,0(X)

145,000

Te.Xtts

Colorado

61 000

,

NewMexlco

156,000

Oregon

I.r7,000

Alabama

890,000
3,205

CaUfornla

well worthy of remark, that in proportion as this cur

TIME LOANS AND THE FAIL STRINGENCY.

When

rency has been sent out into the country, and as

Congress, in July last year, passed Ihe act author-

have got into operation there, the balance of the interior

izing the issue of

54 millions of additional bank notes, we e.xchanges has ruled

expressed the opinion that the result would inevitably be to

put up gold, or at least to check

its

decline.

doubted, the argument being that because the

This was

new bank

notes

in favor of

has brought hither a large
for

New

York.

there,

movement

amount of greenbacks which had

two or three years been steadily

and staying

This

new banks

drifting to the

South

adding some perplexing causes to those

to be issued except as certificates of indebtedness which usually produce stringency here at critical periods of
were withdrawn and cancelled, therefore the aggregate of the year. The uew tidal current which has returned the
the circulating _^currency would remain the same, inasmuch greenbacks this way is due in part, as is supposed, to the
If so the curas certificates are virtually currency equally with greenbacks movements and influence of the new banks.

were not

into

which they are convertible on demand, or

after a few

rency will probably not be attracted back again to the Souths

shown that our argument was It is argued, therefore, that the presence of these greenbacks
correct; for the gold premium has already risen from 10 to here during the crop movements of the next three or four
There is said months may be relied on to give us an unusual facility for
12, an advance of one-fifth of its former rate.
to be a speculative combination among certain operators keeping our money market easy during the Autumn.
looking to a further advance. It is evident, however, that the
There is some anxiety about the Treasury balance of curdays notice.

The

result has

which tend to modify the daily fluctuations of a com- rency, which is much below its ordinary level at this seamodity so sensitive as gold, are too numerous and too latent son. The accumulation of currency in the Treasury vaults
to admit of great precision in interpreting them or fore- iu summer has been regarded as a safe and necessary means

forces

Th^ case is analogous to that of the to enable the Secretary to as.sist the ease of money in the
The great general cause is known, and its opera- succeeding Fall, and to avoid disturbing the loan market by
Still the phenomena appear very intri- his heavy disbursements and receipts when the active season
tion is uniform.
NotwithsUnding this, however, there
cate and are governed by a multitude of minor disturbing of business sets in.
causes. In the gold market there ia room for every variety of are multitudes of our mercantile men who are taking the

casting their efToct.
tides.

THE CHRONICLE.

lU

and are binding themselves to contracts which can be
profitable only on condition of an easy Fall money

risk

[July 29, 1871.-

has a standard which

is

subject to sudden

changes,

com.

all

money bargains must be very much deranged.
be worth 75 cents to-day and 70 cents next week

made

inerce and all

The aburdance of idle capital seeking investment
market.
and the low rate of interest which it earns, is bringing an
increase of new financial projects which offer some of them

it is

tempting rates

The London money market

to investors.

suffering from a similar plethora,

is

and the Economist gives a

timely caution to investors, remi;iding them that the panic of

1806 WHS preceded by just such a plethora of capital and

by a

competing scheines

like multitude of

templing rates of

There

interest.

the financial projects offering in

are in our

own

is this

for absorbing

it

at

dilTerence

between

—

that ours

England and here

country, and consist almost exclusively of

a dollar

If

if

my

me till

debtor's interest not to pay

him

have trusted

I

on getting 75

cents on the dollar, 1 lose 6.06 per cent on the transaction.

Suppose,

mate

in

this

case,

the

amount

large, and

is

whole

How

profits.

soon the largest capital of the wealth-

tions

prettj'

is

many

To save themselves merchants

evident.

resort to various

which impart to mercantile

expedients

projects competing successfully for capital in

tend to one result, the perturbation of prices.

more

most part

foreign,

and consist seldom of bonds, but

often of securities in the objectionable

form of shares

partly paid up.

legiti

mercantile firm would be wiped out by such transac-

iest

bu>iness

fur the

my

but 2^ per cent, it is easy to see how the currency oscillation will rob me of more than double my
profits

bonds, which are comparatively safe investmenls; while the

England are

And

next week.

debt, relying

this

of the attributes of gambling.

too frequent result

morality of business
of frauds,

is

however,

And

another

the disturbance of the conventional
resulting in the multiplication

circles,

defalcations,

All,

forgeries,

and the other minor or

major convivalities with which a speculative epoch abounds
in all

THE CURRENCY PROBLEM.

We

print elsewhere a communication from an intelligent

corrrspondent

in Brazil

liarity as a resident of

countries.

With

on the currency question.

His fami-

Rio de Janeiro with the

fluctuations

regard to the foreign trade, a

superadded.
spondent.

Some of these
And in a country

new

set of evils are

by our

are well cited
like

corre-

Brazil he will doubtless

be able to give fome striking illustrations of those evils

and other inconveniences of paper money make us regrit which have been exhibited here on a greater scale, especially
that he did not give some account of that system and of its duritig the violent spasms of our currency system during
present and past history.
At some time in the near future the war period. Of course, sis all these evils owe their virulence to the fluctuations of the value of paper money, they
he will we trust supply the omission and
undertake a task

which he

ror

evidently well

is

ions of our correspondent on

manifest objections.

when he says
" so long as

shown

He

is

obviously wrong, for example,

not convertible."

that paper

of the opin

abstract questions there are

that a paper currency

it is

To sjme

fitted.

is

the best in the world

Universal experience has

money however regulated

in

amount, how

ever guaranteed by adequate security has a proclivity to
fluctuate ill value, and that exce] t it be redeemable on
demand in coin, the standard of the currency^-the level of
value
is sure sooner or later
to become oscillating and

—

uncertain.

The irredeemable notes

of

the

Bank

of France

were very much worse

in this

country from 1863 to 1866

than they have ever been since that time, as

premium on gold.
value of the gold premium

is

shown by the

greater stability in the

As

to the

as an element in

estimating the depreciation of the currency, our correspondent

is

perhaps nearly right

if

he

is

speaking

of Brazil or

Heic, however, the

country similarly circumstanced.

any

influ-

ences controlling prices are much more uniform, and for
some time past the premium on gold has probably been a
more trustworthy index of the depreciation of the currency

than the prices of a few selected commodities chosen for the

To mpke a test for such a
purpose, comprising the " prices of all commodities," is, of

true suffered no depreciation during the late war.. They
were said to have even sold at a premium at Versailhg

sake of getting an average.

during the Prussian occupation, and

course,

close of (he war.

Equally does our correspondent

it is

in Belgium since the
These temporary aberrations prove that

the notes did change in value.
culate freely, and from defined

out of

the

question

The currency did not cir- discover how much currency
causes the temporary demand expeiience of another country

for

any practical purpose.
when he -attempts to

fail

is

needed by referring

—

namely. Great Britain.

to the

The

for it at a given spot exceeded the limited supply
within
reach.
The ultimate rule governing the value of irredeem-

financial economies, the density of the population, the

able

thus plainly brought into view.
If the
less than the demand the currency will
rise

the people, are widely diverse in every different country,
and a thousand other circumstances would have to be into

Hence

the account before we could even approximate to an estimate
of the amount of the extent to which any nation would
require more currency to supply its legitimate needs at one

we

period of

currency

supply

is

is

above
normal level of value, if more it will fall below that
level.
But irredeemable paper money has usually been issued
by
needy governments to replenish a failing exchequer.
its

it

has often been issued in excess.

Hence

it is

that

so

tions of

monetary

its

institutions, the

affilia-

hoarding propensities of

history than at another.

And

if

this is true of

argument that paper money has a tend- the same nation at various periods of its commercial and
ency to depreciate. It would be more correct to say
true in regard to
that industrial development, much more is it
papet* money has a tendency to instability of value,
We will not, however, discuss this quesdifferent nations.
rising
science
when the volume of cuirency is too small and falling
when tion, for it is an undoubted principle of monetary
the volume is too large.
Appreciation in the one case
that a full supply of currency is of the first necessi.ty, and

commonly hear

and
prevented by but one our correspondent declares " that any country will part with
expedient known to financial science. That preventive
anything it has in exchange for a circulating medium, money
is
free redemption in coin.
At the great monetary centres of being the tools of trade."
the country every holder of a note must be able to
exchange
The true and only teacher which we can indicate the nord'preciation

•

the

it

in

the other can be

for specie at his pleasure.

mal amount of the currency is experience. It is worse than
Another fundamental principle our correspondent rejects useless
must be content
to dogmatise on this subject.
-T
that "it matters very little to the interior to
examine facts as they arise, and seek to interpret them
'if any country whether
the currency be excessive aright.
For example, as we have heretofore shown the
'ed or not."
Nothing is more easily proved than nggregate Legal Tendert in circulation hnve fluct\<«t<»l
that if the circulating medium of « country
during the last six years a* follow*;

We

in

'

iB£ CURONICLB.

zJnly 29, 1871.)
AND

C'IRCtlLATINU NOTIil Ari.nAT IN 188S, 1809

July
(irccnhark*
(irc<iili«ck

ihtt having a hxcd income limited in

«8aA.nu8.iw!i

71,I4I).(KX)

36,781,M7

40,S(«.H71

I

il)tl,l%l,470

13l,4ft»,IU

money

value of our paper

t747,J61,878

has fallen from 1.048 millions lo

or nearly one-lhird

millions,

while ihe value of the

;

paper dollar has risen from 68'96 to

per cent.

A

39S,4&7,0'.H

$75i,aw,718

appears from this table that during the last 6 years the

747

any contingency to 10
J
a
J

.•n,8-l»,(l(«l

»5,7S0,0«

t1,M8,-iei,a04
It

probable inorcnse, must b« more valuable than

cent, with
July 1.1871.

aO\8«.W5

ciTlln««ti'i>

Kraillouul nirrpm-y
Cumpouiid liiliirett notus.
Nslioaal baa k notes

,,....

1871.

March 1, lAW.
t^WOtl.OTS

HI. tf«U.

$4W, 1 l4,7Wt

185

second objection

is

founded on the impraclicabtlity and

injjstice of transferring to a foreign corporation

powers and

privileges which rightly belong only to citizens of the Stat*,

who

are under the control of the State authorities and can
be prevented by State action from closing any of these great

commerce, or rendering them unduly tributary
fxample
that if the business of the country expand and enlarge the of some of the purchasers of great transportation works in
field for the use of the currency hereafter, or if a iurther
other States. The 21 stockholders whose names appear in
contraction be made in the volume of our paper money, and the record own from live to 815 shares each.
Their aggreits aggregate Ic lowered from 747 millions to about 680
gate ownership is 3,765 shares, representing $370,500 >jf the
millions, while the demand for currency is the same as at capital of the lessed roads.
This is about one-filiieth of the

From

nearly one-third.

this

8f>'20,

movement

present, then gold will in either case

more properly spewking,

which also

is

has been inferred

it

go down to

jiar, or,

the paper currency will appreciate

highways

of

lo other roHds, should they desire so to do, after the

stock, and being held mostlj- by members of iho
Delaware and Raritan ('anal Compiny and the Camden and

entire

That this theory rests on Amboy Riilroad Company, repr^s nls about 'lat-si.xtcenth
no doubt ; but whether the level of the capital of each of these organizations. The bill cites
of 680 millions, if reached, would restore the equilibrium of 31 acts of the Legislature affecting the rights and privileges
our gold and paper currencies we shall apparintly have no of the companies and their stockholders, and shows that
early probability of satisfactorily discovering.
some of these rights are violently and without remedy
and

a level with coin.

rise to

correct principles there

is

The Pennsylvania Railroad Company,

threatened.
held, " is

GREAi RAILROAD LGASE.

Tni;

The advantages of unity and combination
management we have often shown. But there

may

conviction that they

day the Chancery

suit

be too dearly bought.

railroad

in

a growing

is

On Wednes-

on the great railroad lease came up

at Trenton as

The

case

was some time ago announced in our columns.
was continued yesterday and promises to give rise

to a long and tedious litigation.

excited by it not only
throughout the country.
is

and fundamental,
of capital to

fn the

The most intense

the State of

in

The questions

New

interest

Jersey, but

at issue are

simple

presence of that active proclivity

concentrate itself in large masses, and to or-

ganize powerful combinations, cliques

and monopolies, the
stockholders of any prosperous, well-located ruilroad which
happens to have rich neighboring corporations and
rivab, are liable to
to
is

covetous greed

come when

it is

become

at

any moment a temptation

or speculative

or of exercising said privileges or franchises in

in this State,

this State, or

any

of

them

;

and

also incapable

and

and obliga

trusts, duties

the laws of this State, have been and

by

tion^, which,

is

it

incompetent to discharge numerous

art,

imposed on the united companies, and each of them, and
from which duties these companies are alike incapable of
of transferring

either discharging themselves or

them to

others."

The

third

point raised

law authorizing the lease.

is

the unconstitutionality of the

This act provides that the stock

of disfatlsfied holders shall be taken by the Coii-pany at a
This provifair valuation after the perfection of the lease.
sion,

it is

claimed,

is

beyond the constitutional powers of

the Legislature, because the stock

time of the

The time have come

enterprise.

of paramount consequence lo the owners

is

it

incompetent and incapable of using said properties

vides that

lease,

is

is

actually

taken at the

not paid for until the new owners

power whereas the State Constitution pro-

into
all

and

;

property shall be paid for before

it is

taken.

it

In granting the charters of the different companies the Legislature failed to retain any power by which they might be

to another road without the consent of the stockholders of

repealed or altered, and no general act affecting this point

of railroad property to discover whether the

any company have the right to

directors of

ofiicers

sell

and

or lease

1841.

therefore claimed that without

both roads expressly given.

was passed

tion

the consent of the companies the Legislature can pass no

Of course such an amalgamawould be void without a previous act of the Legislature,

but the question
holders
State of

is

is

whether the consent of

To

also needful.

New

Jersey

is

all

the

stock-

decide this point, as far as the

concerned,

is

the object of the suit

at Trenton, which aims to defeat the recent attempt to lease

New

the United

Companies of

Railroad.

The

published,

and raises throe

that

the
is

bill filed

the Cproposed

present

Jersey to the Pennsylvania

in opposition to the lease has

principal

amalgamation

will

owners of the property.

On

stated at $18,990,667 50.

this

objections.

cause

been
First,

injustice to

act altering such charter,

under which

the

lease

It is

and that
is

now

for

to

this reason the act

be accomplished

is

inoperative.

Su2h are the main questions raised in the suit. The main
is, of course, on the principle of getting the con

reliance

sent of the owners of corporate property before leasing or
This principle, it is said, has been
selling it to other parties.

repeatedly affirmed in Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio, whose courts have held that any departure

The capital stock
sum for 38 years the from

stockholders have received 12.2 per cent of average yearly

until

the original contract, as expressed in the charter,

be voted on and accepted by

all

must

the stockholders, and that

Their property cost 35 millions, and is now no act of the Legislature authorizing such a departure can
worth 50 millions. This rapid progress in value is still dispense with this express aanclion by unanimous vote. In
going on, and the unexampled position of the works of the State of New Jersey, moreover, the act of March, 1870,
dividends.

the companies between the two largest cities in the United

authorizing such consolidations, expressly requires the stock-

States, they say, leads

holders' consent as an indspensable condition, without which
such consolidations will be invalid, and evidence of this
consent is required to be filed in the office of the Secretary

them

to expect that duiing the neXt

period of

38 years the dividends

diminisl),

and

will

will increase rather than

average at least 15 per cent a year on

the tntire stock, free from tax.

Instead ot this 15 per cent,

of State.

In defiance of this statute it is affirmed that the

was made without being even submitted to the stockdi-frauding them of « rightful income, and depreciating the holders, while none of the Directors, eithtr in the separate
value of the property; as stock giving an Income of 12 per or joint Boards, acted upon it officially.

they claim that the lease would allow only 10 per cent, thus

lease

—
—

:

The opponents of consolidation seem
s'.rong case,

and the moral

effect

to

have made out a

direct result, cannot fail in

its

the whole of our

interior

[July 29, 1871.

Navy, widows and orphans, and those having their means invested in ground
rents.

of their vigorous attack,

any case to imsystem of centralizapose a salutary check on a pernicious
tion, \Nhich is growing daily more unpopular, and aims to
whatever be

—

.

THE CHRONICLE.

13B

make

.

.
.

tributary to a

coiumercB

But it is in our foreign trade that the evils of an excessive currency, maintaining a false and phenomenal relation to gold, crop out and present the most
objectionable features. Snch a condition of the currency involves a constant
stimulus to an excessive import trade, as the high currency prices made by an
excessive circulation, represent under the phenomenal and false relation of
*he paper to gold, an undue amount of gold. The same cause makes high cur-

—and falsely high gold prices — for the products and fabrics of the
and acts as a repressive influence upon the export trade. Hence our
products, not being able to compete in foreign markets with the products of
the supreme control over the chief lines of railroad transcountries which have maintained a sound, restricted currency, are not sought
portation in the country.
Whenever it appears that the for, and our country is going more deeply in debt to' foreigners every year,
owners of railroad property cannot be protected in tlieir through the necessity of exporting our bonds and other titles of indebtedness
to meet the balance against us in our foreign trade.
just rights a powerful obstacle will be raised in the way of
Not a great many years ago the trade of Great Britain, within a limited
railroad progress which greatly depends for its beneficent period, as shown by the sum of her imports and exports, increased threefold,
and yet there was scarcely an appreciable increase of her currency and to-day
march on the security of the capital invested in it.
all the exchanges of that most commercial country In the world are condncted
with about 150 millions of dollars of currency, how •then insist that we require
small clique of capitalists

by concentrating

in their

hands

rency prices
countrj',

;

666 or 680 millions

PAPER MOSEY VERSUS GOLD.
Kio DE Janeiko, June
Hsssita. Editors of

the Financial and Commercial Chronicle,

1,

1871.

New York.

constant reader, I confess, with pleasure and without
been oftentimes edifled by your monetary lucubrationsl
but I must take decided exceiitlon to the reasoning and conclusions of your
article under the caption of "The Public Credit and the Appreciation of the
Currency," in jour issue of the 15th of April.
The phenomenal relation which exists between the precious metals and an
excessive paper circulation is not a true test of the degree of depreciation of
the paper. This test must be sought not in the premium on gold, the least
reliable, perhaps, of all the articles of merchandise, among which it takes its
place, when demonetized by the presence of an excessive paper circulation—
this test must be sought not in the premium on gold, but in the
nf price of
all exchangable commodities, as compared with the sum of price of the same
coimnodities under a sound, normal condition of the'currency- a condition of
the currency where the amount of circulation may not have exceeded by much,
if at all, the amount of metal which would have circulated had there been no
substitutes for it. The premium on gold would enter very legitimately into
this sum of price, but cannot be referred to, " de j)cr si" to establish the
degree of depreciation of an excessive circulation.
You assume that because the premium on gold in 1865 was 50 per cent, this
marked the excess in the volume of the currency, and that instead of being
1,000 millions it should have been 666 millions; and again, that the premium
being now 10 per cent, this, to a certain extent, confirms your previous calcu"
lation, and that the currency, instead of being 760 millions, should be 680

Gentlemen:— Your

hesitation, to having

mm

;

AN AMERICAN JEERCHANT.
CHANGES IN THE REDEEMING AGENTS OP NATIONAL BANKS.
The following are tlie changes in the Redeeming Agents of
National Banks since the 20th of July, 1871. These weekly
changes are furnished by, and published in accordance with, an
arrangement made with the Comptroller of the Currency
;

NAME or BANK.

LOOATIOH.

Mobile

mercial IJank

Kentucky
NIcholasville..

Delaware—
Soalord

]

;

my

from 1860 to 1865, the country having in the meantime
caiTied on a gigantic civil war, uprooting contidence in business circles, and
that, in the live years

0ipping the fountains of production, besides destroying in the value of
n jgroes and real estate from five to ten thousand millions of dollars in the
Sjuth, the wants of the country for a currency should have risen from 300
millions to 666 millions, and this, too, when the South had hardly any commercial vitality left in it?
Again, if in 1865 the country required 666 millions, how is it that in 1871,
after six years of renewed trade and industrial activity, after the restoration
of the South to great commercial activity, there shall only be required 680
millions, or
millions more than in 1865

U

seems

'!

me, that both positively and negatively, the result of your calcu
lation is shown to be erroneous in the extreme, and that the adoption of your
Tiews upon this subject cannot fail to prolong a most mischievous and unIt

am

which have been
worked in the ofHces of the currency, through the increased facilities of communication by telegraph and railroad, the United States do not require today, as a currency, to perform all the offices of a medium for the movement of
its exchangable commodities on a legitimate baiU I will not say on a gold
b isis, for that would be to adopt your fallacy, and mislead- but on a legitimate
b isis, more than three hundred millions of paper currency, the best In the
I

firmly persuaded, that with the great economies

—

w

long at il is not converliUe.
Although, so far as the internal trade and commerce of a country are concerned, it may matter very little whether the currency be excessive and depreciated or not, the Influence of an excessive, and, consequently, a depreciated
currency, whether vpon a par with gold or not, is very mischievous in its bearing upon the relations of capital and labor, giving rise to those trades' nnlons
and strikes which are ao prejudicial to the best interests of employers and
employees, and is oppressive, in the extreme, to all those living upon limited
fixed incomes, su<ni as Government employees, clerks, officers of the Army and

world,

of

New

I

delphia National Bank.Philadelphia.

Netr National Banks.
a list of the National Banks organized since the

The following is
20th of July, 1871

OIBcial No.
1,84'J— The First National Bank of Gi and Haven, Mich. Authorized capital,
$100,000; paid in capital, $60,OuO. Edward P. Ferry, President; Geo.
Stickuey, Cashier. Authorized to commence business July *25, 1871.
Authorized capital,
1 850— The First National Bank of Mason t'ltj'. III.
George H. Campbell, President;
$.''0,000; paid in capital, $80,000.
to commence business July 6,
Otho S. King, Cashier. Authorized
1871.
1'

851—The Second National Bank

of Charleston, 111. Authorized capital,
True, President; Charles
$100,000; paid in capital, $50,000. J.
Antnorized to commence business July 26, 1871.
Clary, Cashier.

W

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to

djsirable condition of things.

Bank

|

I

proposition.

The cuiTcncy of the United States In 1860, then smMtly excessive, as it
always was as a rule, under the old State bank system, consisted in round
numbers of about 250 millions of bank notes, and about 50 millions of metal
circulating ottside of the banks, in all 300 millions, and, the currency then
being convertible, representing 301) millions of gold. How then can it be said

National
York, approved.
First

The First Natlonal.The First National Bank of CincinBank
nati, approved.
The First National;The Ocean National Bank, New York,
approved in addition to the PhilaBank

It is doubtless true, as

;

BBDBEMINS AGENT.

The National Com- The

Alabama

millions.

you assume, that certain laws determine the degree
of depreciation of an excessive paper currency, issued from a source commanding high contidence, but I deny that the action of those laws can be
determined and measured by a reference to the phenomenal relation between
the paper and gold. If this were the true and proper test of depreciation, then
your argument would be unassailable, and 680 millions would be, as you claim,
the correct and proper amount of currency for the United Suites but as I
have before said, the twn of price of cxchangable commodities and tint the
I^Aenom^na/ relation between gold and an excessive and depreciated paper
currency, mnst establish the true degree of depreciation and it is in the false
relation of gold to a depreciated currency, that are to be found the most mischievous effects of an excessive issue of paper money.
A few words will, I think, Bufncc to explain my meaning and to establish

?

Allowing for our greater extent of territory, to double the currency of Great
Britain for our country, would seem to me, to be to provide an ample allow"
ance. But admitting that I am wrong in my estimate of the wants of our country for a currency, and it should prove that we really require, on a legitimate
lasis of price, more than SOO millions, no harm will be done. We need
not fear too much restriction, for if more be wanted shall we not get it ?
Most assuredly wo shall. If not supplied by our mines, it will flow into us
from abroad, because the first necessity of a commercial country is a sufficient
currency, but not an excessitte one and It is a law of money, that a country will
part with anything it has in exchange for a suiEcIent circulating medium
money being the tools of trade. I am, sirs.
Your obedient servant,

4.

6mos.

—

\$. 11 8-16</.

—

[From our own correspondent.!
London, Saturday, July 15.
^veather continues very changeable, and the crops make

slow progress towards maturity.

Commencing with Monday

:

,

July

aii.rimon
nem>,

lb71..

2.i,

wo

lout,

and b«

I

liadT

fours wui-ofiiteiliiinedof

however, not

much

iin

liiM

Ihmmi

in

suvoral

lioavi

uncortaln appearance, and tlioro

S'mco Tiifniliiy,
but the weathttr has had an
a great scarcity of hot, ripening

Ih

;

hay has been stacked recently, the farmirs,
owinp to thu unsettled state ol the weather, havinjr procured ad
dltional hands for the pnrpose of completing that work, which, in

A

days.

ffood deal of

the presont year, has been

more than usually

tedious.

Th«

yit-ld

has largely incrcuacd by reason of the rains, but the condition in
which the produce has been stacked is not altogether satisfactory.
The pastures, however, look remarkably healthy and vigorous,
and. without doubt, they will continue to present a luxuriant ap^
pearanco during the remainder ol the season.

some crop reports which have come under

The

my

ff)llowing are

notice
YoBKDiimn — 1. Within a fortiilKlit of thu prosont tiiuo tho wheat iron w««
vory varlod. xoiiio very thin «i»l li^ht In the straw, and olhur crops tliick and
proml!«ln)!, but tho oxtromi; wet wuiuher of lato htt« beat down the jtood very
nerlouiily, at the very womt sta^'i' of growth (jimt be;ilnnlnj; to flower), anil it
has alH" beeonie very dark In color. The Usht cropsi are also Injured.
Wheat is below
». The nilny weather Is niaklns,' Irnd work of uU our crops.
an aver«i;e, and cannot make progress In shooting (or earlntr), and, as you
know, if we nave another week of wet weather, the bloomiuj; aiunot iikI on
:

expect a considerable trade in foreign wheat, at advancing prices.
Annexed Is a statement showing the Imports and vxiwrts of

bread and feeding stuffs into and from the United Kingdom,
during last week and since the commencement of the soawiii
compared with tho corresix)nding periods in la01)-70
:

I-OU

Barloy

It is

now

7;a'ntHiM);i

clear that the

loan will have no perceptible effect upon our market. In fact, the
loan, by being subscribed to cliiefly in France, has extracted mucli
of the hoarded wealth of France, and has materially

great proportions.

and many other

Tho purchases

of metal, ivory, wool, cotton,

have been very important of late, and
this circumstance accounts in some measure for the increase in
their price. There are, however, some fears about the French harvest, and probably in the northeastern districts there will be a
considerable deficiency. The Minister of Agriculture, however,
calculating upon a harvest inadequate to the re«)uirementg of
France, will speedily make his arrangements, but at present
there is no fear that the deficiency will be very serious. It is
nevertheless more than probable that France will liave to import
much more largely during the coming season than for some time
articles

(Wl
(HI

1.12,(04

»l,(Xa

71.5

11-J,0!:)

UAaOR

11,971

(AUO. ^1.
33,3HH.ni9
8.807.807

7W,7.'.I

(i.74K,647

.3,irAS0t
110,774

7,918,101

1,43'.I.S(W

<l.!rW,«57

374.»1

Peaa

l,5i!t.«r,«
I..'i80,l«l

1,341

«l,9!ll
1,.T4«,10«

1.5,113H.«7J

I4,8&7
61,474

l,7n,«6«

Ueaiis

18,l(n,(M4

Klonr

3,897,4'.li

The following

U:i,UM

53,470
18,019

><iS,»75

ludUncorn

1»,1.'W

5,347,010

are the totals for the corresponding periods in

1863-'Ca

"
Since

Imports.

,

For thu
week.

Wheat

Sept.

,

,

~
For

514.072

22,(tl4,ti9;l

:«,mo

8.399,451
.5.019,881

——

Exi>orl>,-

since
Sept. 1.

the

«eck.

1.

134,(l(a

cwt.

Barley
Oats
Peas

l.'.7,WS

vf.i

4j()

lon.tft:!

lilD

111,(131

ao.iao

24.049

iiSm

Beans
Indian Corn
Flour

3,138,481
11,121,350
3,16«,853

174,1(19

71,031

The quotations

for

4,4.V<
3,0(y>
.31,419

i.iii

mi

money, compared with those of last year, Are

subjoined:
1870.

1871.

1870.

Percent. Percent.

1871.

Per cent. Percent.

Bank minimum
3 &.., 2 ® .. 4 monthe'ba'kbill! 3 t^^\ ^Ti'l'l
6 months' ba'k bill! Sii&HH i'iii.'i'*
Open-markc; ra^ca:
8uand«0 days' bills i%(!i 3
IJi® .. 4 and t> trade billa.. 3^014
2\&3X
3
3 months bills
1H& ..
2>i(^
interest allowed by the joint stock banks and disThe rates of

count houses lor deposits are subjoined

:

1871

1.870.

Jointstock backs
Dlsc'iunt houses at call
Uiscount housHs wiih 7 days' notice
Diecount houses with 14 day d' notice

1
3
t!X

1

1

IV

IM
shows the rates for money at the leading
continental cities, compared with those of last year
-B'kraio— ^Op. m'kt—.
^B'krate-, ^Op. m'kt-,

The following

-^S

,

table

:

&t Paris
Vienna.

.

.

Berlin

1370. 1871.
i)i 6
i>
6
6
4

.

—

FranklTt.
Amst'd'm. 3
Turin .. . B

notes are transferred at their full value, have greatly assisted the

French Government in paying the Germans the first instalment of
the indemnity money in the way agreed upon in the Treaty of
Frankfort. Wliile this vast operation is being carried out, there
is no lack of confidence in France, and business is not seriously
retarded. Indeed, trade with France is beginning to assume

III

1. 1

rsj.MH

M5,S88

augmented

Thus, with the increased demand for coin, an augmented supply of it has heon obtained, so
that no serious inconvenience has been felt. The large issue of
circulating notes in France, and the facility with which those

tho supplies of available capital.
*

1

owi. 27,(»2,675

quo-

1W,.V.I

4^,181
4n.414

SINOS THK OOHMIlKOcaKNT or TH8

French

'l'J0.«7

5,«7

Barley
Oats

1

Imports. Kxnor's

IS,245

Wheat

employment has largely increased
the Bank of England having been

IStM'IO.

.

Etpfi-r*.
1»,:«H

til,2i)l

Kea*
Uoana
tndiau coro
Klour

of money seeking

to 2 per cent.

r?«.B1.1

OiU

naual.

money

cwt.

Wheat

H,

1870'Tl.

Imnof d.

—

tation for

TUK WaSK EKDiaO JLXY
.

pn>perly for a crop. ' Barley is variable, according to situation, about an aver'*
Oats are had. not two-thirds of an averai^ crop. Potatoes cannot
jjrow fiir want of sun, and nuin]«.plots are drowned. Turnips iiave plenty of
.
,
.
plant, but same as potatoes. C'liJ\-er Is good ; three-parts mown and B|)OiliUf;
of meadow, good, very little is cut.
3. The late; coiillnued heavy rains are doing and have done considerable iiijiu-y
to the growing crops, more especially to the late sown barley and oats upon
strong land in this imtnediate neighborhood. Wheat anil potatoes are also
much alTccted by it, and will not be able to produce an average crop. Wheat
is evidentiT suH'eriug from continuous rains; no lack of straw upon well
farmed land; and has just got nicely out into ear, but for want of sun the
Howering i« very deflcienl, and unless ilii! weather soon cliange we shall have
a short yield, if not poor in iinalitv. Barloy looking very well, and may be a
fair croji where the land is cle.ui. but a great deal is pestered with charlock
and weed. Outs a general failure upon all land in this district., I have not
seen a reallv good crop anywhere. Beans and peas are looking uretty well,
but are doubtful as to yield, except we have dry weather aud more sun.
Swedes and turnips are looking very well; full of plant, but overdone with
wet, and grow very slowly. Pol.iiloes on dry land very blooming, and pretty
forward; every appearance of a good crop. Were the fanners at all disposed
to be a grumbling people, like some others in business, they might do a little
just now with a pretty good grace. Seasons have been very changi^able and
unfavorable the last few years, their ilisappoiutincnts very many, and
expenses very high.
Cambriuorsuike. Much progress has been made in securing the hay.
Although there have been showers during the week, a considerable quantity
of hay and stover has been got up In good coudition. and the crop is said to be
a plentiful one. Xothwithsianding the dull, tickle weather, both wheat aud
barley are looking well, aud gradually ripening; but harvest will be later than

and the financial strength of
vastly augmented, the directors have reduced tho

is

rpsnit of this

aiio crop.

The supply

187

weatborad, and is unfit for imiiMxllatii oonnumptinn. The
is, aiwuniing that the harvest in the South is secured
In dry condition, that the northern millers buy largely In the
south, and cause more excitement la tho tnuie. Should the
weather continue unsettled, and the Iiarvest Imi delayed, wo may

crop

nmny

(lislric-td,

uiifiivoraUlu Uarvtint.

ruin ban fallen

,.

HE CHKONIOLK.

a twenty -four hours' rain of unumial

IIh' <-r»\m liml

:

1870. 1871.

1870.
1871.
iii 6
6
5

»nom.

Brussels

.

2X

Hamburg.

3X

1870.

1871.

4

*nom. &
•nom. S

Madrid. ...nom. 5

— —

St. Petera-

8«
6

burg....

3

6

8

*nom.

*i^uotation8 uncertain in consequence of the declaration of

war by Fnuiee.

no demand for gold for export, and a further consider
able accumulation has taken place at the Bank of England. The
stock now held by that establishment is nearly £27,000,000, l)eing
an unprecedented amount. There is a fair demand for silver and
Tho following quotations of bullion
dollars, and prices are firm.
are from the circular of ?ileB8r8. Pixley, Abell, Langley & Blake
eoLD

There

is

:

d

8.

per oz. standard

Bar Qold

do

ReOnablc

United States cold coin

77
77

do
peroT^.

i^r

76

9

-

SILVKB.
8.

price

5

9-

— d.
5
0X^6
per ox. no price. ®— —
per cz last pries. 4 lU^ & b Oii

per oz. standard.
rd
Bar Silver, Fine
do containing S grs.gold per os. slandard,
do

Fine Cake Silver
Hoxican Dollars

d.

8.

oa

laai

1

Annexed is a statement showing the present position of the
Bank of England, the Bank rate of discount, the price of Consols,

So far as this country is concerned, there are indications the average quotation for English wheat, the price of Middling
quality
shall require more than in former seasons, for the present Upland Cotton, and of No. 40 Mule Yarn, fair, second
compared with the four previous years
•weather is not calculated to bring the wheat plant to its full state
1871.
1870.
1809.
1867.
18«S.
of maturity. The blooming season has not been satisfactory, rain
£
£
£
£
£
and wind having prevailed to a great extent. It is also to be Circulation, including
14.671 78'. 85.4)1,033 »4,4;n,176 24,353.213 S8.8ll,'n9
bank post bills
noticed that the season is becoming advanced, and that the crops
M«.il3 4.in.444
S,9a0.l'«
3,359.776
4,615,173
Public deposits
-.0.895,525 22.080,00) H.'ll.SW 18,731. 6«4 27,9G(L»n
ought already to show indications that they will soon be ready for Other deposits
15.722,824 11,493.441
l5,l«(i.SB7
tioverument securities. 12,830.773 14,614,894
the sickle. Sucli, however, is not the case. The wheat,'oat and Other socuriUos
J7,57»,B07 lf,904,42« 18,«aS,»Sl 18,M3,U34 lS,8»l,airj
barley fields show at present no appearance of mellowness, and Ueserve of notes and !3.487,2fl6 12,3iai75 10.3S7,4M 12,100J« 1«,«4«,0M
coin
22.686,726 22,188,585 19.769,883 il,0<)t,TM J«,»17,0I9
the weather is now of a character that must make the harvest Coin and bullion
t p. c.
* P- ••
* P-"
Bankrate
^V-"»« P- «.
il\
»»«
very late. A late harvest is very unsatisfactory, and is unques. Consols
MX
..
»IS
MX
668. 7d.
4S8. Ud.
60«. 7d
698. iM.
648. 7d.
Priceof wheal
tionably very precarious. In Yorkshire and in Scotland, harvest
lH<d.
•98. Od.
10«<l.
UX ^
,'rtid. Upland cottou...
»X
Is. isd.
1». 4iKd.
J«. 2X4. Is, »JI«d.
18. 6d.
work is there undertaken iu the Autumn, when the days Jliecome No. 40 ronlo yarn

past.

that

we

short and the

nigh^

^i^iuPi in

consequence of which

much

of the
j

• Prices July

6.

:

:

—
—

:

—

.

——
«

.

THE CHRONICLE.

138

0^ving to the abundance of money the stock markets liave been
very firm, and prices are in most cases higher. British railway
shares have been larfjely dealt in, and the principal lines show an
important advance in price. Consols have also improved in value.
Uuited States Five-Twenty and Ten-Forty bonds have been dealt
in to a considerable extent, at higher prices, and Araerican railway stocks are also firm. The market for French securities has
been buoyant, the scrip of the new loan being ui to 5J premium,
and the National Defence loan, 98i to 98J. Spanish securities are
dull but Turkish and Egyptian securties have realized higlier
;

The following statement shows the highest and lowest

prices.

:

and the principal American

prices of consols

securities

Sat.

Mon,

Tnes.

Wed.

MJi

Consols for money
"
account
U. S. 6s (5-20S, 1862
"old, 1865

9By,

93X

»3«

93>i

,

Frankfort

U. S. 5-*)8, 1887..
a. S. 10-409, 1904

.

.

.

& G't West.

Atlantic

90K-

..

consoPd mort.b'ds

1

93X
92>,'-92X ns>i D2;'.
-!IS
l91
91 -S2

-B^

-9i

,«

iftlX-'-li

9

I9JK-92X 9i«

I»ii>i-!»UJ4 a

91

9U>,--90>i|9«)i-,.. |9

i|91

mu

-91>4l 91X-....|91X

my,

-4a

43X

I

-11

40

No!<-41)5'|4
Hrie 8liarcB(*lOO)..l S3>i-23>i'2.'!}<-2 H.-J
Il"liioi«"*--<ire8(*10n)| liij

.

i4i

|41>4'-41X|41X

Liverpool Breadstuffs

(RedWinter)

"

(California White).... 11

Company (first division)
Robert Benson & Co. of London, and

Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad

are inviting, through Messrs.

&

Amsterdam, subscriptions
for £3,000,000 sterling 7 per cent first mortgage extension bondsat the price of 74 per cent.
Interest will be payable on these
bonds either in London or New York, at the option of the holders,
at the rate of four shillings the dollar, and will be free of all
United States taxes £10 per .£200 bond is payable on application,
£18 on allotment, £60 on August 15, and £60 on October 1.
Taking into account the discount on pre-payment, the issue price
is reduced to about 73J, upon whjch price interest at about 9^ per
Messrs. Lippmann, Rosenthal

Co. of

;

cent per

annum

is

yielded to the investor.

a good demand for cotton, and the export inquiry is
The tendency of prices continues upward. The following
active.
relates to the trade of Manchester

There

is

market this week calls for little comment, as so little
business has been done that prices have scarcely been tested. Nominally thev
are rather higher than they were last Friday, but practically, where producers arc
desirous of selling, thoy arc the same in most departments. In the bcinning
of the week great excitement prevailed in the cotton market, the sales on
Monday alone amounting to 25,000 bales, with advancing prices. The efl'cct of
this was immediately felt here, and on Monday producers scarcely knew what
prices to ask. On Tuesday morning a clear advance on Friday's rates was
demanded but, as buyers did not respond, very little business was done and
the market became very quiet toward the close of the day. Spinners 'had
therefore, no inducement to go on buying cotton, considerin" what a lar^e
quantity they had already .secured to cover previous engagements
At tEe

The

coiu'se of the

;

same time the attention

of cotton speculators was drawn to the more favorable
accounts of the cotton crop which were being received. Since Tuesdiiv the
Liverpool market has been much mure subdued, and this market has
been
influenced accordingly. Buyers have almost ceased making oftVrs exceijt
at
prices which producers have been unwilling to accept, and which
'thev have
been in a position to refuse owing to existing contracts. In some classes of
yam considerable parcels have been oftered at prices which are decidedlv
below epinners' rates, but which wonld still leave a profit to the orisrinal
buyers. Manufacturers had very little advantage out of the last rise
vvhicli
1,„ had secured
„„
„,„
took place, except a ,
few who K„ J .
red yarn before selling, and this branch
selliu"
of the trade is unremunerative and much worse than spinning. In
ouch
spinmuf
the early
earlv
part of this day the market was rather stronger in tone, owing to increased
sales of cotton in Liverpool, but this feeling did not gain groiind
and onlv a
small business was done. Some producers adhered to Tuesday's
'n notations
quotations,
but the result was that they did little or no business.

—

..

The following statement shows the imports and exports
Kingdom, from September 1

cotton into and from the United

July

13,

compared with the corresponding period

last year:

I870-t.

Imports.

lSfi9-70.

S.liW.'IS'r

Exports.
360631

Brazilian

421,814

64,liiO

East Indian
Egyptian
Miscellaneous

8»ii.29s

American

bales

Total

22T.:iM

494

251!

Imports.

Exports.

1,349,851)
379,SBIi

13,019
11,476

S.sai.llil

9i8,648

3,135,870

in tlia
13,91i!

6

.31

49
52

Liverpool Produce Market.
all articles

89
52
31
49
52

C

— The

Mon.

Sat.

^

d.

s.

Eosin(com, Wilm.). .^112tt
"
(fine pale)
"
Petroleum (std white). .^8B
"
(spirits;

s.

76
16
16

10>rf

6
6

88
51
31
49
52

6

3
6

3

Wed.

d.

s.

trade continues very firm, and French,
German and
American buyers are operating extensively at the public

16

43

43

(i

£

s.d.
10 10
63 6

£

£

d.

8.

10 10
63

s.

£

d.

10 10
63 6

6

s.

82

Whale

.36

36

oil
Linseed oil

^

6

00
00

ton 32 15

COMMERCIAL

1

43

6

TUur.

£

d.

10 10

Fri.

d.

s.

10 10

63 6

£

b.

d.

10 10
63 6

63 6

6

36
82
38
32 15

00

36

6

00

88

003600

AiSD

32 10

36
83
38
82 10

6

36 6

36

008200 8200
008800 86 00
32 10

32 10

MISCELLANKOUS NKW?,.^

—

iMPonTS AND Exports for the Week. The imports this
week show a slight increase in dry goods and a decrease in general merchandise.
The total imports amount to $6,094,317 this
week, against |0,736,295 last week, and 16,096,248 the previous week. The exports are $5,372,595 this week, against
14,440,652 last week, and $4,903,238 the previous week. The exexports of cotton the past week were 1.368 hales, against 61&
bales last week. The following are the imports at New York
for week ending (for dry goods) July 31, and for the week ending
(for general merchandise) July 33.
FOREIGN IMPORTS AT NEW TOUK FOR THE WEEK.
1868.

1869.

$2,024,639

Dry goods

$2,187,841
2,940,653

General merchandise...
Total for tae week.
Previously reported.

3,81.3,444

1870.
$1,777,.347

1871.

$1,941,029
4 153 288

3,679,843

133,640,285

$5,128,494
173,463,145

162,2J8,56]

209,201,3.56

$1.39,478,366

.

$178,591,6,39

$167,695,251

$215,295,673

$3.8.38,08;i
.

Since Jan. 1

$5,456,690

$6,091,317

In our 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 35
EXPORTS PROM NEW YORK FOR THE WEEK.
:

1869.

$2,976 585
93,697,001

$4,514,557
100,411,558

$96,57.3,580

$101,956,115

1

1870.
$:1.80«,2I1

99,654,347

1871.
$5,272,595
127,534,878

$10.3,460,558

$132,806,971

port of

:

Silver bars

Foreign silver.
For LondonAmerican gold
"

19

,

erpool

—Str Minnesota, London
American gold

"

19— Str.

Java,
pool

Foreign

250,000

"

89,982
75,000

2'J— Str. Hansa, South-

ampton
American gold
Gold bars

360,000
80;491

Foreign silver
22- Sir. City of Brooklyn, Liverpool
American gold

20— Str.

"

$8,500

American gold

Liver-

Missouri, Havana
Spanish gold
20— Steamer Frankfurt,

silver

Silver bars
15,000

American gold
"

2,200

July 22— Str. Abyssinia, Liv-

4,200

.•,

38,073

For BremenForeign silver

For Hamburg

Cable.

vance of id.- over last week's prices. American
securities close
firm, with prices showing some advance.

16)^

6

SugarfNo. 12Dchstd)

$112ft
Spermoil

Silver bars

EnsUsh market Reports-Per

16

of interest has

transpired, prices closing the same as last week.
Sat.
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Lins'dc'ke(obl).i]3 tn
Lin8eed(Calcutta). ...

d.

80

lOK
43

6

— Nothing

s.

80
16
16

lOX

lOX

42

Fri.

d.

8.

80
16
16

16

I^ondon Produce and Oil Markets.

sales.

The daily closing quotations in the markets of London
and Liverpool for the past week have been reported by
submarine telegraph,
as shown in the following summary
London Money and Stock Market— Coni>o\a close
at au ad-

49
52

Thur.

d.

8.

80

miles to £904,49.?, against

The wool

6

51
31

July 18— Str. Vandalia, ParisGold bars
$27,300

showing an in

d.

s.

87

The following will show the exports of specie from the
New York for the week ending July 22. 1871

principal lines were £395,897, against £371,105,
crease of £34,792

Fri.

d.

s.

United Kingdom for the

£869,183 last year, on 13,665 miles, showing an increase of
247
miles, and of £35,306. The receipts for goods' traffic
on the 14

6

and

Thur.

d.

88
52
31
49
52

6

lOJi'

Tallow(Anierican)...^ 112ft 42

Since Jan.
.6!'2,036

40
83

Bacon, however,

8.

Tues.

d.

80
18
10

1868.

le4,!)23

39

1

5

market closed quiet, prices of
with the exception of fine rosin, showing an advance.

Previously reported....

110,842

The traffic receipts of railways
week ending July 9 amounted on

ft

d.

8.

90
,52

6

1

40
33

6

Wed.

Tues.

d.

s.

40
83

39

5
3

10
11
11
31

39

5

week.

last

Mon.

d.

90
52
31
50
53

24

10
11
11
81

1

d

s.

of Beef, Pork, Lard

For the week

1,180,883

I!i5,'ti;

Bacon, Cumb. cut.. f 112
Lard (Araerican) ...
"
"
Clleese(flne)

of
to

— Prices

Sat.
s.

pr. mess)..|?3041b
Pork(Etn. pr. moss)..f bbl

6

40
33

Cheese are lower than at this time
remains about the same.

24
llOj 1!1 'lUBi-107iU07 -lOtJ

5

Fri,

d.

6.

24

10
11
11
31

1

39

39

Thur.

d.

s.

84

11
31

40,40
33
33

Liverpool Provisions Market.

Beef(ex.

The

9

.30

d.

8.

24
10
11

6

10
10 10
11
4
30 9

I

Wed.

Tues.

d.

s.

23

Barley (Canadian)....^ bush
Oats (Am. & Can.).... ^45 lb
Peas (Canadian)
^ 504 ft 39

I

.

Mon.

Sat.
d.
6
10
10 10
s.

bbl 23

|J

i'2.3fi;-a4»i

-nut lOm-110,-1

'"''^

in most cases sliowing an advance.

9Iii-91.l4|!il>i

|91

^^

•

— See special report of cotton.
Market. — Breadstuffs close quiet, prices

Liverpool Cotton Market.

l?"riaay. Itiat'day.

i a3>,--93K

.1

9.3%

.

Ttf u.uurt'."

CornCW. m'd)...^480a)n'w
,S3>i-93)i,M),'-93Ji

U. 8..5-a0'8, 188*....
a. ri. 5-iOs, 18-(4. .. 19; -HS
U. S. 6-iOB, 1835
mX-'Ji

Frl.

9.3K
93Ji
<tix

90^

"

Consols

Thur.

935i

92,V
9^}i

Wheat (No. 2Mil. Red).. ^ctl
i

93^'

93K
m%
Wy,
92j,'
^}4
92%
98«
9%%
92J<
9iX
1867
91%
SIX
91
9\%
91M
Bl%
U.S. 10-403
'-IV/,
«2
91X
91>i
91X
The daily closing quotations for United States 6s (1862) at
Frankfort were
-<
93?i

Flour (Western)
jMouday-iTueBday., Wed'ay.i Thu'ay

,

[July 29, 1871

on each

day of the week

—

9.5,503

Silver bars

63,000
61,000
102^609

160,000
41,000

Soutliamptou—
Total for the week
Previously reported
Total since Jan.

-l,

1«^1
1868

S

. .'. .

.•.,

Same time

.;'........... ...48^403,'898

in

.

1871

$49 883 767

Same. time in
l''TO

$i 479 859

,,,
..

I

$27,027,185
18.212,726
57,509,316

|

1

1867
1866....
1865

33,774,091
49,779.151
18,446,175

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THK (JHRUNKJLK.

Jnly26, 1871.]

The Imports of Rpeeia at thia port during; the put week have
oeen as foUowH
Jnly SO— Sir ColiunhU, BaJuly 17-8tr. City of Uezico,
Vera Cru»—
I

,

Hllvor.

$11»,I166|

SllTur

4lM

Total for the WMk
ProTloMly roportwl
Total ilnce Jaunary

Same tlmo

$lia,i>M
8,aa;),.i00

1,

$8,34e,lAe

18T1
I

In
$7,817,101
9,747,703

1870
1880

Same tlma

|

1888
1887

In

t4,00S.a«l
l,(Km,(i75

Boston, Concord and niontreal Hallroad.— The*
March

of this road for tlm year eudliig
follows

31, 1870

and

tiarninKH
1871, weri' tu*

1870.
••

freight

1H71.

$178,486

Prom paaaenger*

$ll>4,I>7>i

809,840
10,168
6,860

361,064
10,108
6,000

,

"

maUe

"

erpreu

"

miBcellaneoas

:J.'....

,.,...

,...

888

106,845
115,505
l«,a69
27,:«»

$495,831
$80,691

'*

$181,760

106,489
108,806
11,964
88,683

"
motive power
Coat of working road

$iy73,495

$17S,4S6

Expenditures, viz
Halntenauce of way

689

$S06,B88

$44r>,4»5

management

Mlscellaneons

Net balance
Balance, March 3L 1870
Interest received anrlne the year
In hands of aupcrintendcnt lesa than last year

$126,000
8,611
1,588

$383,815

Appropriated as follows
Paid coupons, back cou|)onB, interest on over-dne bonds &c
Paid preferred slock dividends
Wood, oil and t<Utck on hand more than last year
..-;
Engineer department more tlian laat year
Paid trustees of Binking fund
Paid MUiulry expenses

...i..'
,

'

and'cai«h

on Imnd

$68,357
48,369
7,089
14,596
12,500
6,667
175,632

,

Total, a»"aboye

$333,215

,,,,.,..„

Compared with the previous year, the gross earnings show an
increase of $()5,972,13, witli an increase in expenses of $20,603 99
maltiug an increase in the net earnings of $45,308 14. The

—

report says

The two dividends for the year on the preferred stock have
been declared and paid, and charged in the accounts.
The sinking fund, with its accumulations, and the annual payment of $13,500, whiclt has been made, now amounts to $281,000.
The $Si50,000 of convertible mortgage bonds that became due
the let of July last, have been arranged in this way. $233,700 of
them have been extended for five years, by attaching coupons for
time, at same rate of interest.
The holders of the balance declined

tliat

to do tliis, and the bonds
have been, with the exception of $3,200, taken up, and held to be

arranged as the road

may

wish.

The suits in equity. White Mountains Railroad (old corporation)
and others vs. B., C. and M. Railroad and White Mountains (N. II.)
Railroad, have been amicably settled and discharged.
Tne extension of the White Mountains (N. H.) Railroad was
completed and opened to Lancaster in November last, for busi
uess, and we have been running passenger and freight trains
there regularly since, with an increasing business and a prospect
that it will continue to do so.
There has been expended by the corporation for this purpose to
this time, about $433,000, which is not included in the accounts,
but will be when the road is completed. This amount is to be
repaid to us by stock and bonds of the extension, secured by
mortgage on the road, from Littleton to its terminus, wherever it
may be when the road is com])leted.
Of the above amount, $75,000 has been obtained ^by the three
notes of the B., ('. & M. R. R. Co. of $25,000 each, -miioh are not
included in our accounts.
TRIAI. BALAN'CE, UABcu 31, 1871.
Constmction

$9,850,000
27,343

Wood, oil, Ac., on hand
Stock, &c., on hand for repairs

paid

etc.)

$459,600

••

new

800
176,500
16,000
33,254

879

Cash on hand for dividends
unpaid
Sinking fund and mortinge
bohds, and caah on hancT

Block (old dividend,

Stock preferred
46,647

bonds on hind
Tmstees of sinking fund
Pemlgewaaset House
.loceph A. Dodge, Supt
Cash on hand fur coupons un1870,

7,839

Bonds due

186,014

In 1866.
1870.
1889.

800,000
54W,400
-$1,800,000
76,000
850,000
624.000
1,050.000

Coupons due and unpaid
Dividends "
Dividends dne and unpaid
since

$3.3.36,079

Profit

May

and

20. 1869

loss

879
1.448
7,B3!»

. .

475,lil2

$.3,330,079

Railroads in Iowa.— The Iowa Western Railroad is to be
completed to Iowa City, sixty -five miles, by July, 1878, and to
Oskaloosa, 125 miles, by the close of that year. Between Clinton
and Iowa City the line is distant only ten miles from either the
Kock Island or Northwestt^rn track. Clinton, Iowa City and
Uskaloosa have all voted a five per cent tax in aid of the road.
The Chicago, Dubuque and Minnesota Railroad Company have
contracted for 8,000 tons of iron, which will be sufficient to complete the first eighty miles of track. A locomotive is now on the
line moving constiuction trains.
The line is graded to the mouth
ot the Turkey River, 27 miles above Dubuque, where one line
will diverge northwesterly up the Turkpy River Valley, and the
other keeps up the Mississippi. Contracts are let as far as McGregor, and it is intended to complete the river line to Winona,
where there will be a river line from St. Paul to Dubuque and
Bellevue.

89

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Boaton, Hartford
Brta BaUroM— BoSTOir, Mam..
2a. — A motion was made In the Supreme Court this morning.
Judge Gray on the hunch, to admit the new trust«ea o) the ILart
July

and Krin Knilrmui ns purlieM to the soit of George EUia and
others unili^r the Kerdull iiinrtKage, who are W. T. Hart, Oeorge
G. Uliphuiit, and Charles P. Clark. This
opposed by the oor
poration, and Brooks, counsel for Ellis,
injitracted by liim to
oppose it, and by Matthew Bowles to assent to it. Mr. Brooks
stated to the court that lie should withdraw for £niis. Aiter some
discussion the Judge postponed the hearing until Friday morning,
Mr. Kills being without counsel.
The KxKcutlvo Council, at a meeting this aftemoou, votod to
pay $72,000 towards enabling the trustees of the Boston, Uartiord
and Erie Railroad to obtain possession of the road. This is in
accordance with a plan devised several months since by some of
the principal bondholders, and the above amount is two per cent
on tne bonds of the road now held by the State, the other bondholders contributing their pro rata share in like manner.
lord

wm
wm

—

The State of Mississippi has donated $4,000 bonus per mile
for every mile of railroad constructed in that State prior to January 1, 1873.

—

The lease of the Jeflersonville, Madison and Indianapolis
Railroad to the Pennsylvania Central has not l>een consummated.
Vlr«;lnla Bonds—Messrs. Wilson, Col«t<m & Co., bankers in
Baltimore, make the following statement in regard to the variona
issues of Virginia State Imnds
After the war, Virginia, on January 1, 1866, funded the interest
:

m,()20

Total

Bimds

J

due and unpaid on her debt from July

1, 1801, being five years' .30
per cent into new bonds, commonly called " 1806 Ijonds," and this
operation was repeated un January 1, 18C7, for the interest due in
the previous year, for which," 1887 bonds " were given, lliese
1866 and 1867 bonds carry the interest on the face of them Irom
the 1st of January of the respective years, 33 per cent in the one
case and 27 per cent in the other. On July 1, 1867, the State
resumed the payment by paying 2 per cent of the 3 per cent due
semi-annually, and crediting the 1 per cent to holders on the
State books in the case of registered stock, and issuing coupons in
the case of coupon bonds. This was maintained imtil January 1,
1869, since which time no interest has been paid.
The " funding act," past at the last session of the Legislature,
after reciting the fact that West Virginia, at its formation, contained one-third of the area and population of the old State, and
that in the formation of that State it was provided that West Virginia should take upon herself a just proportion of the debt of the
Commonwealth as it existed prior to July 1, 1861, provided for
the funding of all tlie existing bond.-i and stocks, with all accrued
interest, into a new debt, of which two-thirds is issued in new
bonds on which the State of Virginia promises to pay interest
punctually, and the remaining one-third is issued in a certificate
on which interest is deferred until a settlement can be had with
West Virginia. Tliese bonds are denominated respectively "Virginia consolidated bonds " and " Virginia deferred certificates "
(quoted 70 and 25).
The prices of the former issues are regulated by the amount of
accrued interest carried with each class, as follows Old coupon
bonds, 15 per cent old registered, none 1866 bonds, 33 percent.,
and 1867 bonds 37 per cent. They are now all about equal in real
price except the old coupon bonds, which are about 3 per cent
higher in proportion at this time wliioh is generally attributed to
the European demand for that particular class.
No provision has been made tor the payment of interest on the
deferred certificates, but it is understood that whatever interest
shall have accumulated when a settlement with West Virginia is
made will bi incl uded in such bonds as may then be issued.
:

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Boole NotIce».-r^ HaUways of Canada, 1870-71.— A neat
volume of some 200 pages has just been published, under the
above

title, for the purpose of furnishing all the details of complete information in regard to the railways of Canada which Poor's
Railroad Manual furnishes of the railroads of the United States.
Messrs. J. M. and Edward Trout are the authors, and the volume

issued from the office of the Monetary and Commmvial Times,
No. 60 Church street, Toronto. For all parties Interested in the
railroads of Canada this book will be of much practical value, and
to the general reader there is much of interest in it concerning the
history and progress of railroad building in the Dominion. Persons ordering the book would also do well to obtain a specimen
copy of the Moneta/ry and Commercial Times, a financial organ
representing very well the financial interests of Canada.
507 Mechanical MmiuieiUs. This is the name of a very con
venient and useful little volume by Mr. Henry T. Brown, of the
American Artisan, describing briefly all the principal mechanical
movements, with illustrations and explanations which will be
found of great use to the inventor, mechanic, or student of
mechanical arts. The descriptions are brief and suited to the
reader of ordinary intelligence, and are therefore adapted for
popular use, and not alone for the advanced student in mechanical
is

—

—

arts.

—

The Federal Olm&mmenL—Thia is the title of a book just
published by Messrs, Woolworth, Ainsworth & Co., of 51 John
street, X. Y., and 111 State street, Chicago, of which Mr. Ransom
H. Gillet is the author. Mr. Giilet was formerly Member of Con
gress from St. Lawrence County, N.V., and more recently Register
and Solicitor of the U. S. Treasury Department, and after a long
acquaintance with the practice of the Courts and routine of business in the Departments of ths Federal government, l)oth in professional and official capacities, lie has given to the public the
benefit of his experience in the volume above named. The organization, history, legal rights and limitations of every department of
the United States Government ia treated of— and the volume will

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Tflte

140
a place in the library ot every perion
United States Constitution.

find

who has

a copy of the

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btatuticai— Is

—

&

Co.,

London,

York. Honduras is the second in size ot the
Ave Rejiubllcs of Central America, is most varied in resources,
good
and, extending from sea to sea, is the only one possessing
It derives special interest
port's both on the Atlantic and Pacific.
trom the fact that an interoceanic railway is being constructed
through its territories, already in part open, and to be finished
next year, which it is claimed will effect a saving of eight days in
time over that via. Panama, as between New York and San Fran-

Bond

New

street,

The bonds

are coupon, or registered, and are free of

G overnment

cent, currency, or 7

per cent.

{>old

have

interest;

forty- five

to run; are in the denomination of $1,000 or £300 each
are limited in amount to $13,500 per mile, and are based upon
the Louisiana Division, of the great trunk line, from Mobile

;

New

through

Orleans to Houston, of which line two-thirds is
These bonds are offered for the present at 90, and
accrued interest from July 1.
already built.

The advantages

of these bonds for

SAFE AND PROFITABLE INVESTMENT
manifest upon examination. No railroad bond is

cisco.

—Messrs. Winslow, Lanier & Co., are offering for sale the bonds
of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad, as may be seen by
their advertisement on another page. These bonds bear 7 per
cent gold interest, and are secured by a first mortgage on the road
which will extend from Fort Wayne, Indiana, to Little Traverse
Bay, on Lake Michigan, a distance of 330 miles, and on a land
grant of 1,160,000 acres of valuable lumber lands in Michigan.

[July 29, 1871.

m" THE FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS OF THE NEW OR
LEANS, MOBILE AND TEXAS RAILROAD COMPANY, bear

J)e/icriptire, Hutoncal and
Honduras
8 per
name of a book by Mr. E. G. Squier, r. cently piiblished by Trubnor years
and sold by Messrs. Loypoldt, Holt & Williams, L.)
tlic

:.

are

better secured, while holders of Governments will find a decided
profit in
selling at the present high prices, and reinvesting in these

bonds,

which

pay much larger interest.
The fullest information given on application. W. B. SHATTDCK, Banker and Financial Agent, N. 0., M. & T. U. U. Co No.
33 Nassau Street, New York.
cost less, but

tax.

UMim

Banking House of Henry Clews & Co
33 Wall street, N. Y.

ANU FlNANClilL.

Letters of Credit for travelers

JULY INVESTMENTS.
Jay Cooke & Co.

are

now

Gold Bonds of the Northern

Pacific Railroad

Company, bearing

Seven and Three-Tenths per cent, gold interest (more than 8 per
cent currency), and secured by
entire

Land

and only mortgage on the

first

Road and equipments, and on more than 23,000 Acres of
to every mile of track, or 500

Acres of Land to each $1,000

(

commercial credits issued
Co., London, and their corre-

also,

;

through Messrs. Clews, Habicht

Mortgage 7-30

selling the First

)

&

spondents, available throughout the world.
Bills of Exchange on the Imperial Bank of London, National
Bank of Scotland, Provincial Bank of Ireland and all their
branches.

Drafts and Telegraphic Transfers on Europe, San Francisco the
Indies, and all parts of the United States.

West

Deposit accounts received in either Currency or Coin, subject to
5 poT cent interest allowed on all daily balances
Certificates of Deposit issued
Notes, Diafta and Coupons collected

check at sight

;

;

Bond.

The highest current

Twenties, and

iill

price^will be paid for U. S. Five

other marketable securities received in exchange.

;

advances made on approved collaterals and against merchandise
consigned to our care.
Orders executed for Investment Securities and Railroad Iron.

Pamphlets, maps and full information will be furnished on appli"
cation by

Jay Cooke &

Co., Philadelphia,

New York

and Wash-

the bankers' C^autte.

ington, and by most Banks and Bankers throughout the country.

DIVII>Ij;>n$i.
The foIIowinK DMdonds have been declared during the past week

Harvey

Fisk.

A. S.
Ofi'-ice

of Fisk

Hatch.

Per

Whbn

CruT.

CoMPAirr.

& Hatch,

P'ablk.

Bankers and Dealers in Government Securities,
Railroad*.
Camden & Ambov
No. 5 Nassau street. New York, July 34, 1871. f
Philadelphia & Trenton
To persons desiring to invest money or to fund their five- Rutland
Summit Branch
twenties, we offer and recommend, with the fullest confidence, New Jersey lialjroad & TranBporfation.!
Banks.
the First Mortgage Gold Bonds^of the Chesape.vke and
Corn Exclmiij,'e
Ohio Railro.\.d Company, as an entirely safe and reliable
Insarauce.

Books Olobeb,

)

3
3
3!f
3

".

in successful operation,

dependent OK FUTURE CONTINGENCIES.

The Traffic

awaiting the extension of the Road to the Ohio
River as a great East and West Trunk Line, now in progress and
rapidly approaching completion,

will be immense and profit-

able.

The experienced, prudent and^honorable management for which
Company is distinguished, and the well-known character of

the

its ofBcers and directors, are a sufficient guarantee of
good faiths
and insure for their securities ajhigh credit and standing in the
market, which must render them always popular and salable.
The exchange of Five-Twenties for these Bonds may now be
made with a profit of about 20 per cent, and a continuance of 6 per

cent, gold interest.

Price 93 and accrued interest from

May

1.

The Bonds

are in

FISK & HATCH

& CO.,

bankers,
11

Buy and

sell, at

WALL

ST.,

NEW

YORK,

current market rates, the

— The

FIRST MORTof

1,

Aug.
Aug.

1 July 25 to Aug, 1
SlJuly 21 to Au g. 7.

Tktdav Etenino. July 28. 1871.
money on call loans have

rates for

continued quite as easy during the past week as at any previous
and the only evidence of any hardening tendency in the
market is found in the greater reluctance on the part of lenders
to enter into time engagements.
It is now near the first of
August when the demand for money to move the grain and other
crops is expected to commence, so that our banks and other printime,

lenders naturally anticipate that

cipal

the

excessive deposits

drawn down, and the demand for money on call be
much increased as to enable them to obtain fair rates of

will soon be

so

interest.

The

statement of the city banks, July 32d, was quite
showed several changes from the previous week,
which seemed to indicate a turn in the tide of bank.affairs.
Loans were $1,273,509 lower, and dejmsits also decreased $1,707,331, while legal tenders had increased $1,844,794, and specie decreased $1,616,398. The statement, altogether, was very favorable and showed a net decrease in the excess over legal reserve of
$680,253, the whole excess being $19,035,095.
The following statement shows the present condition of the
associated banks, compared with the same date in the last two year's
last

July 52,1871.

Loans and discouutfi

GAGE EIGHT (8) PER CENT. GOLD BONDS
JOSEPH AND DENVER CITY RAILROAD CO.

the

ST'

Interest payable August and February, in
New York, London or Frankfort-ou-the-Main. free of U. S. Taxes.

TANNER &

The money market

1.

Aug.

favorable, and

denominations of $1,000, $500, and $100.

TANNER

&

7.

to

1

4
3

i Iron Co
Karitan Cannl

Kcmble Coal
Delaware

Aug.

July 26 to Aug.

Aug.

3X

misccllaueous.

now existing, in completed road
renders the security ample, .'^nd in-

great value of the property

.

5

Westchester Fire

investment.

The

•i

Aug. 5
Aug. 5
Aug. 1
Aug. 15
Aug. 61 July 21

CO.,

No. 11 Wai,l Street

23,

18W.

July

24. 1869.

»28(;,(S0.7'.IS

5,59.64:, StS

!8.141,!i81

:M.S.iS,612
^12.9.^9,337

3ll.IW.424
31,1I0.7«8
193,622,260
5i.871.862

30,871.1811

Net deposits
Legal Tenders

The market

July

J3(l0.06S,r24

Specie
Circulation

255,735.063
72,419,670

for commercial

2:a.9(i.5.513

53.978.7;i

paper has been rather more active
week, when the business was slightly checked bv the
firmness of lenders *vith the continued ease in call loans. 'however, purchasers are again active in their inquiries for first-class
short date paper and considerable amounts of this kind from 30
to 60 days have bt>en negotiated at 4+ to 5J per cent.
On longer
date paper rates are higher, ranging from 5J to 7 per cent.'
than

last

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July 29, 1871.]

pcir eant.

Commsroltl, flnt olw« eodoned.

Wdajri.

.

,

forelcD

,...,..

lilt

M#T

Bmontht.
•Ingle niun«,..

dodsrii.
to 6 DinntlM.
KuiUvii.
S to 4 luontfiti.

.4

„..,,..

Uoiuusuo

4X2

9

vury linn on

wciiritics havo, bcrii
prices in l/>n(Uin i-onliniir

miKliTiito lniHiiirsx
t<i 1>(! well iniiintiiiniHl, nnil tliiH fiict, tojretlicr willi tlie Hinall sKwk
of jrovoriimcntB availubli' for nii\iU<'t |>nrj)o-«,M, nrc nov,- tlio chief

a

;

the highest and lowert price* of the tctlTa
of railroad and miscollaneoiu itocks on each day of the lait week
'riAkj
Halnrrtar, Monday, TuH.rtsv. Wednssd'y Tl.nrxlay,
JnlyM.
July 27.
July Wl
JulyJV
July 14.
JulyK.

do
Harlem

United Ntatm Bond*. — Oovornm<>nt

wjurcea of utrenjflli. At tlio Treasury piiirlia!*^ on WodiieBilay
$1,000,000 FiveTwentios were aepepteU between 112.10 ami 112.'W,
the total ollerinjcs aniountiufr to f2,fl08,H00. It wan antiripatod liy
many tliat the Secretary would accept more than iJl.OOO.OOO
to
till
up tim deliciency of the previouH week,
in (Inler
when the purchase wiiH only !|;38.'),fl00, but in this they were disappointed. The determination of Mr. Uoiitwell not to i)uy bonds
aijove par in gold d(M<3 not soem to liave aH'ected prices materially,
either hero or in I^ondon.
In ref^ard to the nejfotiation for, placing the new live per cent bonds in a foreiffn market nothinff
further has been heard but the \)ossibility of sui'cess in this
transaction must be greatly increiLsed by the firmer price.s
of the old five per cents, (lO-lOs,) which liave sold up to 93 in
London, e<iual to alraut ll:!.5o in this marko:, including accrued
inturost from March 1. As to the expenses already incurred
in placing the loan, telegrams from Washington state that the total
expense up to June 30th, not includinj' the cost of paperor of the
work of engraving and printing in tlio Bureau at Washington,
was |!:il4,.")0S of tills sum ijill.JWOwas paid fr)r advertising in
Europe, $1H,:!10 for advertising in the United States. The commissions to banks and bankers, inclnded in tlie above sum, are
$171,180.
The following were the highest and lowest prices of leading
government securities at the Board on each day of the past week:

141

The following were

JHfJH

4montM,

,

Bimkm'.flnt ol«M

:

.
.

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Tbls l8 the Price hlil and asked, no vau was made at the Board.
Slato and Railroad Bond*.— During most of the week State
bonds hav(! been without features of special interest, on a moderate business.- Tennessees have been firm, and' Missouris firm
until to-day, when they broke suddenly to 95, a decline of 4 per
cent.
North Carolina old and South t'arolina new l)on<ls, January
and July, have lieen weak.
The Committee on Si^curities of the Stock Exchange have
recommended the following onler in regard to the indorsed bonds
of the State of Alabama, which has been concurred in
ThU Conuiiittec recommend that the bonds of the State of Alabama, dated
*

payable January 1, IIKK). to bearer, in gold coin, in New York,
bearini; interest at 8 per cent per annum. ConponB payable 1st January and
lut July in K'old coin, in -N'ew York.
Nurabered 1 to 2,000 inclusive, cacli for
$1,000, issued lo tile .\labama and Chattanm><;a Railroad Company, under an
act approved February 11. 1870, be jdaced upon Ilie re^nlar list and called Alabama lit*. tJold Bonds, issued to Alabama and Chat.tanoo;ra lOiilroad Company.
Thf!y also recommend ih it the bonds now on the list, and known as .\labama
8», Kailroad Bonds, be desifciiated by the title of the road to wliich they were
Issued, and tlmt hereafter tUey be called Alabama 89, issued to Monl;,'omery
and Eufaula Railroad Company.
liaiiroad bonds are stea<ly and in good demand from investors
-Vpril

1,

1870.

;

a large number of new loans are now ottering in this market,
of them at i)rices which make the bonds pay a high rate of
interest.
Any of these may be purchased on orders to bankers
and brokers in this city at ju.<<t as lavorable rates as they can be
obtained from the various agents who advertise them, and the
advice of a responsible broker in regard to such jturchases is
almost indispensable to parties who have not the facilities for
informing themselves fnlly by personal in(|uiries.
The loUowing are tlie highest and lowest prices of the most
active State Bonds at the Board on each day of the week

many

:

Mi'udHV,
July 21.

Sattirday,

July

iiBTenn..old...

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July 25.
July 26.
July 28.
July 27.

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was niadr^ at the Board.
Stockai. The stock market
has been exceedingly dull, and the interest generally limited
to a few specialties.
The great feature of the w^eek was
the meeting of Lake Shore stockholders at Cleveland on
Thursdav, wlien thev passed a vote by a large majoritv in favor
of increasing the capital stock from f:J5 ,000,000 to f.iO.OOO.OOO.
The amount of ca.sh to be called up from the stockholders on the
distribution of this new stock was not determined at the meeting, but was left to the discretion of the executive committee in
New- York, consisting of a few gentlemen well known here as the
leading operators in the stock. As this action leaves the ultimate
effect uj)on the stock uncertain, the price lias not been materially
inHuenced. The increase is claimed to hv for the purpose of
double tracking and improving the road, though it is evident that
a ve.-y much smaller amount of stock sold lor its value in the
open market would furnish ample means for that purpose.
Outside of the Lake Sliore stock there has been little of interest
as might be expected at the present mid-iuimnier period. The
general market was firmer to-day than ]i;cvioufIy, and idosing
pi ices are in many rams near the liighast p^i:;-.!.
*

This

Is

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Market.— The only feature of much interest in the
gold market has been the pressure on borrowers of cash gold,
who have at limes been compelled to pay as high as 1-04 per cent
Tlie parties operating in gold seem to have
I>er day for its u.se.
directed their eftbrts more to this end of obtaining high interest
on loans— than toward pushing up the premium. The export of
specie lias fallen ott", and will not probably excised $1,000,000 this
week, of wliich not more than one-half will be gold coin. On
Thursday the Treasury sold $1,000,000, the total bids amounting
Customs receipts of the week have been
to il,24.'),000.
On gold loans the rates to-day were " fiat" and
$8,000,000.
1-04, and 1, 2, :!, and 4 iier cent for borrowing.
The following tables will show the course of the gold preminm
each day of the past week

TU»

«;ol«l

—

:

uuotationn.

.

,

Total

Open- I.ow- HlRh- Closfng.

Saturday, July
"
.\Ii>nday.
Tuesday, "
Wedday, "
Tliursdtty, "
"
i-rlday,

22.
2t.
25.
26.
27.
28.

..mx
..112X
..112X
..112X
..112

est.

mx

lllX
1I2K
IIJX
112
112

Current week
Previous week

112
112-X

IllX
1I2X

Jan. 1,1871, to date

110%

110)«

Ing.

U2

iii;<;
lll;<;

112

111%
112X
112X
1I2X

3S..185.0

112

112X
1I2X
112K
1I2X

Balances.

.

I'learlnKS.
(JlearlnKS.
33.771.001
133.771.001

est.

»2fl28j!46
1,289,714
1,617,423

!n.(Hi.aoo
ao.423,000

1,305.712
1,09«.8*9

20,917,0110

1321,880

»J,1IH,000

1,639,400

1,487 JOS
1,841,214

171,566,000

1,691,400
1,222,657

1,844,214
1,377,515

112

112X
112X

II2X

HSU

,

Currency.

(iold.

»1,M3,428
1.095.5M

1,.'<«8,0M

112

The following are the quotations in gold for foreign and American coin
American

American gold (old coinage)

4 I), c. preminm.
»1 94
t4 90

@

Sovereigns

vapolcous

3 «>
7 SO
uerman thalers
S 00
Prussian .K thalers
6 50
(lernnm Kronen
3 90
X KUlldels
16 15
Spanish doubloons
13 50
Patriot doubloons
y5
Amenuiiu silver tncw)..

X

—

® a -9
a 7M
» 8H

—
—
—
—

Prussian thalers
Specie thalers
.Mexican dollars
Spanish dollars

6 CO
4 OJ

ott

(»

Bilrer (old coln.age)
l(d2 p. e.
98
hall dimes..
9S
Five Irancs
19
Francs
4 SO
Kngllsh silver

Dimes and

^ 16 35
@ 13 71
— 96

"Hy

preminm.

@ — 97
@ — 96
'.iH
a — 83
@ 4
® — 72
a I IX

I
2ffl3

04

t

03X»

p. c,

I OiH
premium.

South American dollars

(«:

par.

ForelKn Exchange. -Foreign Exchange has been

decidedly

weak, and declined in the week about | per cent on prime sterling
The chief cause.s of tliis weakness are found in the larger
bills.
supply of bond bills, arising from the shipment of governments,
and from the transactions of a leading house in drawing against
the New York City loan, negotiated bv their correspondents
abroad. The precise amount which has been, and is to be drawn on
the latter account is not known, but it is understood that ,£300,000
Another cause for
of exchange was sold on one day this week.
the weakness in exchange is said to be the considerable amount
of bills liorrowed and immediately sold for gold, the latter being
ludd off the market by speculators, with a view to making cash
gold scarce, and under the idea that when the exchange is to be
returned, in a month or two, bills can be bought lower. Cotton
shipments have been 5,314 bales, against 9,613 bales in the same

week

last year.

Quotations are as' follows:

"

U0X«I1(W
ii(i$2iaiiox

'"23«V2,'¥.

""XWIWX

commercial

J»arl8 (bankers

llwiiiH
5.17Xa».l*X

Antwerp
Swiss

Sdaya.

60d»B.
I09X«II0

London prime bankers
Oood bankers

.

5.15
5.15

«»5.1SX

as-ux

....®......

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

.Vmsterdain'!!!!.'.

SX211,,

Hamburg

?fi^ff?i^

Frankfort

'i'^t-i^

nui

Prussian thalera.

transactions for the week at the
Treasury have been as follows

The

4ix«4ix

!W4§»X
4lXd41X
71X0SO

n5»»

Custom Hotise and Sub-

:

•Snb-Treaiorjr.-

Haturday, July 22...

Monday,
Toesday,

"
"

Wednesday, '
T« uridaj, '•
"
Friday,

24...
2S...
26.
27.

.

.

.28...

Total

Baiaaea.JnlyW
Balance. July 28

.

»8,008,000 'i4,l8»,Tl» 63

»«,9e*»

«3

5»,2S2,»1SM

5.M«.snn

ao

fS,Nl.r!»«l

|«O;l)4'2,l«0

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:

.

:

—

:

:

—

Nkw

rorii

.... $3,000,000 J18,624.400
2,050.00(1
5,613,000

Manhattan
Merchante'
Mechanics

8.000,000
3,000,000
1,500,000
3,000,000
1,80O,jO0
tfioojono
1,000,000
600,000

Union
America
Phosnlz
City

Tradetmen'e
Fnlton
Chemical
Merchant?' Kxchange
Botchers'

Mechautcs and Traders'.
Greenwich
Leather Manuf
Seventh Ward.
S^ate ol New York,.
American Bxchan^e.

2,000,000
5,000,000
10,000,000
1,000.000
1.000,000
1,000,000
422,700
2,000.000
450,000
412,500
1,000,000
1,000,000
500,000
4,000,000
400,000
1,000.000
1.000.000
1,000.000

Commerce
Broadway
Ocean
Mercantile
Paoiac
Bepnhlic

,....
......

—

Chatham
People's....

6,614,800
5,301,100
5 000419
9,506,624
4,068.868
5,886,532
3.527,112
2,076.835
6,4S>,318
3,138,079
3.236.S41
2.542.700
1,939,300
969,208
3,670,450
1,240,944
4.339,807
10,578,100
22,675,483

800 000
1,385,000
1.500,000
800,000
600,000
200.000
600,000
500,000

Gallatin, National

North American

Hanover
Irvlnjj

Metropolitan
Citizens

Nassau
Market
Nicholas

Shoe %nd Leather
Corn i^xchange...

8,00u,

6.3'.7,80;)

2,602,399
4,184,800
2,tt>9,f60

5,0S3,B10
2,055,900
1.536,901

3i66,6i5
2,140,583
2,006 00(1
11,526,607
1.773,260
2,367,770
3.020,600
3.059,-.00

1,IK'0.000

Continental

Commonwealth

..'.'00.000

Marine
Atlantic

Importers and Traders*..
Park
Mechanics' Banking Ass.
Grocers*

North River
Kast River
Mannfacttirers &
Foiir:h National
Oent/al National
Second National
Ninth National
Plrst National

Mcr

I,39i,'i00

7,01ii,000

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

Third National
New York N. Exchange
Tenth Natlonil
Bo werv National

4,653,800
5,9.51,433

l,210,aiO
4,479.fOO
l.v81,565
1,184,600
3.618,5:3
1,697,408
531,985
537,850
'818,;34
967,636
906,062
1,394,627

2.50,000
2ii0,000

New York Coanty
German American
BnllsHead

1,000,000

200,000
189,000
200,000
150,000
50n.OOC
200,000
100 000

Stnyvesant

BleveithWard
Blehth National

American National
«ermanla
M^anfactarcrs&BnilcIers

TBTotals..

The

3,641,600
2.6S0,f00
4,494,673
2,690,618
1,508,374
1,872,620
1,053,268

«0

750,000
300,000
400,000
300.000
1,500.000 12,201,21
2,000.000 13,9«6,S83
1,264,900
500,000
300.000
665,221
400,000
l,244.-.97
1,039,090
350,000
500.000
1,606,700
5,000,000 21,291.000
3,000,000 11,591,(100
1,195,000
300.000

.

Oriental

(

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

Circulation

$1,273,509
1,616,293
9,776

1

Loans.

Howard
Market.

875,000
519,313
487,813
1,8'0
535.590

4,8-8,400
2,932,997
8,967,855

769,760
1,855.436

Merchants'

762,0S2

45'1,676
4S9,.S00

254,600
195,700
2,891

5,494
3,165

6,397

250,000
449,155

8,202,ff79

4,992,436
2,4ec,911
1,693,207
4,850,936
2,514,754
1,775,937
2.020,000
1,5:>7,900

,056,762
3,093,953
1,159,703
3.635,213
5,923,700
8,372,018
4,97C,80O
1,938,235
3.615,700
1,599,460
!

4,061,!'47

2,732.900
1,330,163
3,203,364
1,469,129
1,966,000
6.458,964
1,750,752
2,313,611
2,139,500
1,576,300
2,967,1.00

1,417,600
2,874,159
2,608,550
1,383,9:13

1,961.430
804,686
13,004,800
25,117,975
1,160,800
692,785
1,285,342
729,233
l,S7i!.10O

19,646,0ai
11,415,000
1,293,500
7,346,000
5,324,900
6,860,6T2
905,700
4,265,200
1,279,445
1.087,500
3,676,598
1,828,575
660,321
598,318
535,727

Mechanics'
Bank N. Libertiee.

Bouthwark
Kensington

Penn

"Tes em
Manufacturers',..,

Bank

Commerce

of

80,389,961
30,571,186

Oirard
Tradesmen's

Commonwealth....
Corn Exchange.,..
Union
I'l'-st.

Third.

Fourth
Sixth

Seventh
Elehth
Central..

Bankof Bepnblic.
Security
Totii'

1.428,907
2,000,000
805.239
3,655,000
1,582,775
1,158,904
1,88J,708

•Security
TTnlon

^ncreosc.
Pocrcaso.

fn.

•

The annexed statement

Banks

for
Date.

,

Clea'.-ingR.
68:. 087,388
561,366,450
428,819,008
4S1 687,537
456,920,889
,.„,„^.oo„

69,976825
7J,571,876
73,4:9,670

4,8(10

—

$1,000,001)
'95,600
96!i,300

3,909,800
1,6S3,.«)
1,381,000

604,000
467,750
457,000
217,000
226,111
176,905

3,1.*3,000

1,264,200
937,265
978,115
1,596,047
1,096,112
653,013
2,778,000
1,142.920
881,515

.361,363
27»,3,50

368,514
229,739
511 000
644,000
956,000
357,000
272,000
179,000
236.000
183,000
438,000
485,000
141,000

.57,78,909

139,271

14,1)1)1,691

.58,130,493

57,156,087
67,251,9.«
57,003,070

333,883
284,102

14,802,502
14,070,929

14.3,341

14,711,605

211,685
593,000
181,009
270,000
351,. 63
20',56n

905,458.

7,59637
1,556,000
1,613,000
3,437,000
1,037,048
1,118,632
453.000
987,000
787,000
2,8811000

aJI!!!?!^-

Atlas

1.S00OQII

Blackstonc
"""""
Boston.
Boylston

Broadway

I'SSiow
1,000,000
900,000

200W)

4,8,36,691

1,945,310
5,821.847
3,044,861
1,7«3,288
1,924,504

719,916
2.430,126
3,197,697
1,084,270

779,240

322.6(3
233,080
135,837
4i4.782
120,000

9'il,7i;5

921,454
908,150
696,450
1,334,214
3,574,879
1,211,608
1,567.986
682,312
1,242,166

326 013
602.203
206,667
152,373

Mech. Bkg Asso

131

America
City

Ocean

22,5

Mercantile

Am. Exchange

.593,321

768,714

773,161
."51,000

632,662
1,234,410
3,569,608
621,215

163,300
534,303
489,564
179,166

$18,886,266 $25,130,643

are as follows

684.850
Inc. 41,098

•

New

Gallatin... "n
Merchants' Ex.. i(»i
Leather Manuf.. 185

N York
118

SOUTHERN

185
160

125
108

105

106

..

..

Tenth National.
Eleventh Ward.

••

129

156
101

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

H2w;

Nassau
Shoe and Leath
119M Corn Exchange

105

100

.

Park
Manuf & Mcrch
N Y.Nat.Exch

104 V!
101

Peoples
Grocers
East River

Nafl

..

Atlantic

118

Hanover

130

166

Commonwealth.

Irving
Metropolitan... IXI'4
Citizens

r.

Stocks.

Marine

116

Chatham

15(1

26.039,041
25.089.445
25,180,543

60,163,711
49.471.116
48,886,266

Y. County.
mporters & Tr. 182

Republic
N. America....

108

weeks past

Deposits. Circulation,

Bid. Askd
Continental
99V 100
St. Mcholas.... 125

96

95
120
115

*

Dec.

Bank

Askd

117

Pacific

North River....

Commerce

177,190
6.nS,994

l,66K,74a
915,110
1,869,908

860,981
2«,141
261,428
523,188
35,666

Broadway

l,iO

119>f 120
135
138
145
185
148

State of

443,275
334.040
796,944

154,921

374,7rO
'287,025

12,067.763
12,037.479
12,343,80C

Bid.

Askd.

133

& Tr

79.5,500

617,130
714 804

68,550
1,009,767

591,860
786,000
764,000
174,485
798,252

855,'22S

51 '.875
S',8,1S3

Legal Tender,

2,397.084
2,514,036
2,259,895

«lnota»lons of Nenr ITork

Mechanics

349 657
593,086
431,712
991,082
781,313

807,386
1,064.367
994,076

1!S9,230

396,328 i Deposits
254.641 Circulation
203,8211

119,641,805

Bid

1,672,605
175,794
778,479
719,703

1,122,711

149,742

9,698
117,191
4,328
3,440
»1,727
43,1'S
49,931
67,677

3,273.913
4,412,010

778,444
560,850
800,000
117,339
541,407
347,040
854Ji00
240,852
488,880
862,918
401,132
313,211

T3,269

.s(3,951

20',5S^

4,?8il,664

119937,133

132

SO

ISO
llSii 115
116
..
127
.
100

Oriental

Gold Exchange.
Bankers & B.As

156

81
..

85
100

SECITRITIES.
Bid.

SECURITIES.

80O0OJ

$44,461,812

$11,236403

follows

"^*^

1:!.*2n(l,826

45,l~3..58:i

41.461,813

11.236,40;

* "'"•"Went ot the Boston
Clearing House, on Monday

'^ilJS)?* I^-.T.^No'es.

Deposils. Clrcula.

$3,774

$191,142

$499,795

$434,93-.

4,»45
26,746
1,300
65,133

194,030
318,858
179,157
141.986
55,002

666.647
1,809,650
J. 781,498

792 887
782,913
682,474
446 772

;;742^

M
HI

Charle8ton,S.C.,7s,F.L.bd8..

Colnmbla, S. C, 68
Columbus, Ga., 78, bonds
6b.

Macon 7s, bonds
Memphis old bonds,

6s

Montgomery Ss
Nashville

do

old

68,
68,

—

new

New Orleans 58
do
do

do
do
do

bonds,

,

174,'360

,

consol
end Savan'h
stock
do guaran.

do
do
do

Central Georgia, Ist M.,
stock
do
do

&

7s.

A., 1st m., 7b.

stock
do
do
6s end, S. C.
do
do
Savannah and Char., Ist m., 7s
Cheraw and Darlington 7s
EastTenn. & Georgia 68
East Tenn.A-, Va. 68, end. Tenn
E. Tenn.,

do
Georgia
do

Va &

Ga., 1st M., 7s

do
r..

Greenville

do

stock

K..7B
Htock

&

Col.76, giinr

do

7b, certil,

Macon & Brunswick end. 78...
Macon & Western stock
Macon and Augusta bonds
do
do

do
do

endorsed
stock

.

Memphis & Charleston, Ist 78,.
do
do
2d 7s..
do
do
stock.
Memphis & Ohio, lOs
do

do

Memphis

(t

67
63
^5
15

811

BOX

82

.59

66
60

6b
Ltt()8 K.

S6)i
73
75

Montgomery & West P., Ist. 8s.
do

do
do

1st

88,

gld

end, by State of Alabama,
Mobile & Mont.. 88 gold, end
ile
Mobile & Ohio sterling.
do
do ex ctfs.
do
do
do
88, Interest,
do
do
2 mtg, 88
do
income
do
.

do

do

stock.

&

N. Orleans
do

.lacks., ist

do

M.

88.

2d

do
do
cert'8,8s
N. Orleans* OpelouB, IstM.Si
North

&

S. Ala, iBt M., 8a, end.

&

Chattanooga,

68..

Norfolk& Petersburg Ist m.,8s
do
7s
do
do
do 2d mo., 8s
Northeastern, S.C, Ist M. 8b.
3dM..8s
do
Orange and Alex., Ists, 68
2ds, 68
do
3ds, 88
do
4th8,8B
do
Orange & Alex. & Man. Ists.
Richm'd & Peterb'g Ist m., 7s
do
2d m., 6e
do
do
3d m., 8s
do
.

87)fi

Rich., Fre'ksb'g

&

Poto.

66.

.

do
do
do conv. 7s.
do 68.
do
do
do
Rich, and Danv. 1st cons'd 68..
do
Piedmont Ss. ..
do
iBtB, 88
Selma, Kome& D.,l8t M.,7e..
Southside, Va., 1st mtg. 88
do
2dm., guart'd 6s...
lid m.. 6s
do
4th m., 8s
do
Southwest. RR., Ga., Ist mtg...
do
stock
Sparten8bur.& Union 7s. gnarS. Carolina ER. 68 (new)
do 78 (new)
do
do stock
do
Va. & Tenn. Ists. 6s
do
2d8, 6s
do
4th, 8b
West Ala., 88 guar
Wilmington and Weldon 78
Ch& Rnth. 1st m. end
do
Ist M., 8b..
do
do

78>i

88K
79"
90
80

TOK
62>i
82
95
92

66|
681

S*
89
79
88

611!

Past Due Coupons.
Tennessee Slate Coupons
do
bonds
do
Virginia Coupons

do

do

deferred,.

Memphis City Coupons
IM n(.,„

end

do Income

Montgom.& Eufaula ist

Nashville

57
68

& Gulf

Charlotte, Col.

64
78
70
78
62

70
86

2dM.,78

do
do
do

71

to railroads, 68 71

new

do

65

74
66
95

7s.,

Richmond 68
Savannah 78, old

Atlantic

85

M

61
62

10s

do
Norfolk 6s
Petersburg 68

62
66
60
75
6S
75
6(1

new bonds, 6s
do
end., M. &C.R.R..,
do
Mobile 5s.
oo 8s

180,000

*

Deposits. CireuUtlon.
46,061,956
46,070,431
47,439,79!
45,669,631

Atlanta, Ga., 7s
8s
do
Augusta, Ga., 78, bonds
Charleston stock 68

.577,000

1,676000
373 000

•

MiSBlSBlppl Central, iPt m.. Ss
3d m., 88..
do
Mississippi &Tenn.,l8tm„78
do
do conBOld., Ss

Cities.
Alexandria 68

Railroads.

13,193,939

5W,874

4,087,080
8,842,726
1, 243,185
3,115,537
1,837,097
4,415,344
5,085,807
1,323,427

Specie.

&

l!7",1,'!7

Loans.

3,2711,667

inc,

7s,
do
222,000 f Wllinington; N. C, 68..
do
798,000
do
262,844
179,000
136,000
219,335
Chatt. Jst. M, 88, end.
Ala.
238.000
Ala. &Tenn.B, 1st M..!s....

246 310

$1,584,964
2,897,788
3,587,534
1.941,»4g
1,594,602

2,366.999
2.058,552
2,263,804

119,532,713

4.50,000

11,183,478
11,171,988
11.190,226
11.223,053
11,235,187

7"
T?^i^*~^f
" returned to^r
the
?.?;_".,
Canltal,

•JnlylO
.Tulyl7
,JnIy24

445',948

^

S?."^^'
July 24, 1871

!

52,790
83,372
140.841
40,111
42,538
41,594
53.63S
37,044
216,738
15.009
13,991
37 569
109,533
11,647
6,546
371.373

2,6.56.110

are comparative totals for a series of

consol.es..

I

Legal Tender,

7(1,688

876,743
4,735
389,487
172,167

703.765

Loans.

Date.

Lynchburg

3,847,0:)0

.Inly 3...
.Inly 10
.July 17
July 21

Nationil

7,78.1.289

788,647
738.935
1,169,693
546,253
1,170,882
644,057
1,339,350
1,256 724
578 332
437,241
1,168,018
315,748
4,432,507
485,455

Aggregate

71,361,168
71,3 8,328

,000

'"^

2,251
84,005
1,922
50.000
28,546
1,903
25,717
73,303
13,295
204,346

Dec.
Dec.

Specie
Legal Tender Notes

108.988
156,528
171,390
340,930

$4,,»2,0OO

Jimei;
Jope?*

BOSTOW

732,531
2,178,536
1,540,769
2,601,140
1,905,0=0
1,963,?00
1,485,863
2,000,684
977.147

516,667
159,475
S70,3i5
43,714
120,500
139,638
213,000
142.413
165,714
66,404
137,634

The (leviations from the returns of previous week
The following

:

.
.

as last week.

Loans

375,4T2
416,500
628,833

792,159
1,313,900
606,000
350,000
687,000
416,500
290,000
183,950
278,194
330,000
244.050
873,000

5,000
23,000

Specie.

110',69i

$48,050,000 $119,641,805 $2,259,395 $12,242,300

No report. Same

•

1,'264.800

]

.57.680,706

Total...

373,874
319,608
350,179
320,200
5,696,200
3,457,000
894,000
1,953,000
1,433,200
3,278,563
S63,8(»

24S.SB8

Loans

,

Commonwealth

850,'200

Tenrlers.

a senes of weeks
•

Webster

650,0a)
651,796
310,111
628,330
239,178
3,180,0ai
7.825,664

Legal Tenders.
.Decrease
56,887
Deposits
731.771
_•",",•,
,^in.uitt(,ioij
:3l;83?|<:sS!S<;n:::;::....-.:i^S;;^
1 "K
increase
1.320
shows the condition of the PhSadelpma
l

Leather

as follows

.

f *'?),''"

&

Revere

2iiO,aiO

$1,'288,000

9,56,693

8pecie...;;;:;:;;r:;:De,^re;;se:
,

HI de

281,411
619,000
1,274,143
626.282
427,462
663,900
555,200
874,100

Legal

Tl,»,4»,,l.«-* /''""i *?''*'''''J',*^''"' »13.193.W9
The deviations from last week's returns are as

.V"*".'

City

623.0(;0

L. Tender. Deposits.circulat'n

4,873
33,000
9,179

1,896,000
1,417,000
3,821,000
1,068,2-1
935,000
540,000
1,006,000
1,024,000
3,033,000
2,237,000
479,000

275,000
7a),000
1,000,000
249,000

B'k of Redemption.
Bank of Republic.

Exchanee

5,826
85,400
3,200
3 571
2,000
11,200
4,810
10,000
946

1,370,11(7

2.50,(00

Bank of Commerce.
Bank of N. America

Engie

$10,000

2,458,000
1,385,600
1,091,167

200,000
300,000
400,000
300.000
500,000
800,000
1,000,000
800,000
200,000
150,000

Second (Granite) ...
Third

580,685
666,300
2»4,875

Total net

2,4.S9,000

ijmfiOO

Consolidation
City

First

236,0.50

Specie.

$6,890,000
4.112,620
5,379,200
2,4er,ooo

250.000

Tremont
Washington

1,732,400
707.803
766,200

:

1,000000

State
Suffolk
Traders'.

4,.309,640

.

weeks past

3il,307,558
257,532,294
335,735,063

Loans.

Leather

47,915

2,983,8.56

8E(TITKITIE8.

a series of

30 411,872

810,000
800,000
500,000
250,000
350,000
500,000
400,000

&

1

19.415 774
19,758,280
18,141,987

l,(IOO,aX)
2,00O,(i0O

Shawmut
Shoe

3,276,869
1,963,538

Dec. $1797 231
Inc. 1.844794

243,621,613

$1,6(10,01X1

England
North
t)l(l Boston

615,940
634,393
1,594,163
790,209
916,661
647,000
670,800
160,633
1,175,943
418,296
1,750,978
1,413,000

PnrLADBLPHiA BANKS.— The following is the average condition
ot th« Philadelphia National Banks for the week preceding Mon.
^
^

North America
Farmers and Mech,
Commercial

New

1,014,0(!0

week are

24-l,308,6!'3

Capital.

Mount Vernon

lib'mo

30,560,606

Banks.

Maverick

72,419,670

SO.494.4.57

Philadelphia

Massachusetts,

807,r.83

1,063,310
1,354,683

14,015.216

day, July 34, 1871

Hamilton

4,620,900

16,626,4-11

.

Glotie

9,71

220.g«

551
39,905
6,893

Everett
FaneullHall
Freeman's

1.973,100
2,27;, 000
1,575,20)

Specie. Clreulitlon. Deposits.

293.979,645
296,237,969
399,073,577
301,342 233
300,068,721

'22.

.
.

1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
200.000
1,000,000
600.000
1,000,000
750,000
1,000,000
800,000
800.000
400.000
3,000,000
200,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
900,000
1,000.000
1,000.000
2,000.000
1,600,000
600,000
3.000.000
750.000
1,000.000
1,600 000
SOO.OOO
3,000,000
1.000,000
1,000,000
1,600,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000.000
1,500,000
2,000,000
200,000
1,000,000
1,500.000
500,000

Kliot

$1,685,SOO

Net Denoslts
Legal Tenders

QThe following are the totals for
.Ture24

. .
.

rJtdy 29, 1871.

Continental

$823,000 $12,801,800

2.52,083
261,894
169,631
69,347
493,000
474,553
M7.70O
623.400
509,598 3,811,880
395,000
50 3110
733,000
18,200
4r,6C0
106,110
4,490
7,960
355,360
1,212,289
131,1(0
108,400
13,784
5,717
4,«0
155,380
205,113
388,091
5,600
187,441
595,233 .,437,228
29,916
132,406
a%in
3,944
184.700
461,170
83,6(0
784,300
71,400
738,100
63,400
5,650
264,507
550,891
146,088
240,037
4,4'5
3,3;9
S60,(XX1
106,110
20,931
98,417
211,800
SKfiW
1,199,254
863,143
106,2('0
306,700
8,263
1,915
36,421
10,852
10,264
239,500
1,000
677
1,085,900 2,887,600
56,000 1,705.(100
268,aXl
5-2S,6li6
717,000
T3,600
806,600
789,7rtl
83,928
268,000
'•SS
2,900
884,000
3,260
225,000
180,000

deviations from the returns ol previous

Loans

July

t2.i86,500
222,800
1,217,500
277,500
265,726
2,341,333
396,488
545,579
834,460
195.259
304,434
89,921
257,039
26,900
15,300

18,141,987 30,37;,186 356,735,063

85,056,400 300^)68,724

Specie

.Inly 1..
.July 8.
•luly 16.

,

Columbian

Tobk City BaiiES. The following statement shows the
condition of the Associated Banks of New York City for the week
ending at the commencement of business on July 33, 1871
ATBBA.eB AMOUNT OFLegal
LoaDS and
Clrcula- _ Net
Capital DlsconntR. Specie.
tlon.
tfon. DeDOSltH.Tendt-rs
Bakks.

8t.

—

.

THB CHRONICLE.

142

Hew

,

.

Nashville City Coupons

65
70
56

53

»

—
.

JJnly29,

K

. ..
.
.

TBK

1871.)

—

;

. ..
.. .

.
.

.

.

(^HRONK'I.K.

143

GENERAL QUOTATIONS oF SlULKH AND BONDS.
Active Sti>ck* and Bond* Kl*on on a Previous Pace are not Hrprated here* Quotation* arc made ot the Per
Cent Value, Wliatever the Par may be. Soathern Secnrltlra are Quoted la a eyarata I«lat<

The

•TOOK* AXD •ODRtTlU.

TOCKA AND BBCUBlTISa

Bid, A«k.

Y"HK.
NKW M<'
B.mil»

* Tol. Slnkinif Fund
* Alton itlnkliiK Fund.

Clllc.

do
do

Slatr Bouda.

do
do

tdd

Ohio

Tennewi'f

ihi.

do nowbonds

do

Vlritlnlafc.oM

do
<lo

M
25

:••.

1»,n«wboiid«

5?,
».)»

7»,<'ndorsed

do
do
do

....

Hold

7*.

...

NortbCurollliuB*. old......^.. «i
do FimdliiB Act, 1M«.I ....
do

do into
do new bonda
do Special Tux

do
do
do
do
do
do

lUu.A

.S

Col.,

,

•!?

Ho.
68.

do
Peoria * Warsaw, K, D..
W. D..
do
do
3dM..
do

mew York* N. Haven 6s
Boston. II. it Erie (tnaranteod
F..ll« * Minn., Idt M....
Detroit, Monroe & Tol bonds.

do

1»J5..

mW

Connecticut 68

Rhode
Alabama 58

Island 6s

8a
do
SsMiiut* KuflaR..
do
68. Alab. &Chat.B..
do
Arkansas 68. 1'liiided
7s, I,. K. & Kt. S. 198.
do
78, Memphis* L. R..
do
7»;l. l{.,r. B.&N.O
do
7b. MiBS. Ouc.4 RB
do
<• do
78 Ark & Cent B

Am. llDCk&Im.Co.

.

Cleveland, Ohio,

...
...

War Loan

..
.

1(18

6s,Canal,1872

107>S

WTH
107 K

6s,I873
6s,1874
ls,1875
«8,I8T7
68.1878

do
do
do
do

,

lOjK
lOIH

.'.

}07i,

58. 1$]4

ll)l

IIS,I!«T5

I

SI. .lusei h

Danville

101

.^;;_^..

93

rrbaua.

ist, 7r kI'1-

Indiauaj)Olis A West. lKl.7Bgld
St L.. & *t. Joseph, let. fie.gld
Lake Sup. & .\i ls8. Kiv. 7*8, gld

Railroad Bonds.
N.Y. Central 6e,lSS3

i^:

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do

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87
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do
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.

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100
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do
2d Mortgage,'
95
I

90

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Pennsylvania,

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101

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do
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'89.

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do 2dM.,7. 187S
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M
do
97
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do (now) 9«H
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94

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78

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96

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95
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67
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93

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91
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do
6s, real estate... 90
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Boston & Maine
90
86"
6s, 8al)scrlptlon.
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Boston & Providence
['Chicago & Southe^teru.7tf
106
7» 1876
do
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do
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Carthage & Bur.. 88
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1878
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83
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Indianapolis, Cln. & Lafayette
106
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8«
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90
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do
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do
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Albany & Snsqh'a. Ht b:>nds.
conv.. 97
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Burl, .t M. (In Neb.) Ist
98
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2d do .. 93
do preferred
98
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100
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do ..
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;.... !IB
109X Summit Branch..
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Mich. Cent.. Ist M. 8«. 1982
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Kansas City. St. Joseph * C.
51
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St. Jo.& C.Bl. li-t M., lUs
105
10
Mich. So. 7 per ct. 2d Mort
97V 98), Mo. R., Ft., S. & Gulf, Block.
31
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do
do
102
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S9
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do
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do
102
Military Loan 68, 1871
do
Central Pacific Bonds
Wi 9S«I Lcav Law. & Gal., stock
32
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Union Pacific 1st Bonds
fxi
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w' too
6s, TT-'S
do
do
do
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!08H
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*" ijJackson. Lansing & S..68
s'-'x
do
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do
6s, new
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iPt. Wayne. Jackson * s.. Ss.
Pittsburg Compromise 4M8. .
100
99
Alton* T. H., Ist M
Grand Rapids * Ind, guar, 7'( 9TM

88K

18
iOt.H

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Verni't Cen.,lRt M.,con8.,7,*86
do 2d Mort., 7.1891
40
Vermont ft Can., new. 8
102X
Vermont & Mass.. Ist M.,6,'83 92

101

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lOlxlMX
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28
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85

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102

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81

68

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89
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Denver Pacific RR * Tel 7a.
California & OrcKnn, fi's. Rid..
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do

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119

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95
90
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100
102
75
80

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Illinois Canal Bonds, ITO
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do
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do
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135
West Jersey
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Lehigh Coal and Navigation.. «)i 75V
3t
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59

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American Coal
Consolidated Coal
Cumberland Coal
Maryland Coal
Pennsylvania Coal
Spring Monntaln Coal
7GX
Wllkesbarre Coal

.

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the

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ft -MinstPHlpiil. prelerred.
78
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BkKfund.
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do
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old bds.
do
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86
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69
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do

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19X
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THE STOCK AND HOND TABLES.

EXPl^AN^ATlON OF
1.

Prices of the Active Stocks

and Bonds are given

In the

Bankers' Gazette" ante; quotations ot other securities will be found on
oeding paffe.

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tlie

pre-

2. Bank and Insurance Stocks, mining. Petroleum, nty
Ballroad and Gas Stocks, and Sontbern Securities ul' thnitc
kinds which are leapt active, are all qnoted either regularly or occationally at
the end of "Bankerp' GazeMe," o/i a prevloue page.
3. The Table of Kallroad, €anal and Other Stocks,
on another page, comprises all Companies of which the stock is sold in any of the
principal cities (except merely local corporations).
The flf^ures just after the name
ot the company indicate the No. of the CllKOKICI-K in which a report ot the Company was last published. A star (*) indicates Uased roads ; in the dividend column
x=extra; 8=stock or scrip.

4.

The Tables or Railrosd, Canal and Other Bonds

ooctipy in all, four pages, two of which will be published in each number. In
these pages the bond."* bf Companies which have been consolidated are frequently
riven under the name of Consolidated Corporation.
The date given in brackets
immediately after the name of each Company, indicates the time at which (he statement of its finances was made. In the "Interest Column" the abbreviations are as
follows J. & J.=:Jannary and Jul.v F. &. A-=February and August M. &. S.=^
March and September; A. & O. April and October: M.
N.=May and November; J. tfc D.=June and Deoembei
Q J. =Quarteriy, beginning with January;
Q- F.=Quarterly, beginning with February. Q.— M.=Quarterly, beginning with
:

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March.
5. The
the

last

6.

&

—

Table of State Securities

be

will

poblished monthly, on

Satnrd.iy of the month.

The Tabic

of City

Bonds

be published on the third Ratnrd.ay
of each month. The abbreviations used in this table are the same as those in the
tables of railroad bonds mentioned above.
The Sinking Fnud or assets held hv
each city are given on the same line with the name
will

The New York (Viaduct) Kaliway.— At a meeting of the
Executive Committee of the New York Railway Company, held
Monday, the President, Judge Hilton, presented a report, from
which we extract the following

[July 29, 1371.

The order for the restoration of the stock commences with a
recital of the facts and circumstances under which Gould became
possessed of the 30,000 shares. I'he gravemen of the order is as
follows

That the shares in controversy are in possession of the Court by
the hanos of its receiver, James H. Coleman.
Having abstracted property from the custody of this Court, the
said Jay Gould must restore the same, by making, or causing to
be made, provision that the 30,000 shares represented by the certificates issued by the receiver, which have been thus deprived of
the privileges above referred to, shall have such jtrivilege restored to them, and in default thereof he must make good the
pecuniary value of such spoliation.
Thereupon, it is ordered, adjudged and decreed that the said
Jay (Jould, within sixty days after the service upon him or his
solicitors of a copy of this order, do make or cause to be made
provision that 30,000 shares of the stock of the Erie Railway
Company, represented by so many of the certificates issued to
James H. Coleman, the Receiver herein, being shares other Mian
those now capable of being admitted to such privilege, be admitted to the privilege of being certified by the Registering Agent of
the Erie Railway Company, as rctiuired by the rule and custom
of the New York Stock Exchange, and that the said James H.
Coleman, Receiver, from time to time, procure the certificates for
the .sixty thousand and fifty-six shares of the .stock of said Company standing in his name, to be certified by the registering
agent of the said Company whenever and as rapidly as the oppor^
tunity to do so shall be tendered to him. And in case the said
Gould shall fail in whole or in part to make provisions for such
registration of the said 30,000 shares as above required, then any
of the parties to this suit may apply to this Court for instructions and relief in the premises on the part of this degree.

to Manhattanville, being seven and a half miles, would make the
cost of each branch of the road $33,500,000, and with an allowance

Ohio and mississlppl Ballroad- Chau;s;e of Gauge. Front
the Cincinnati Commercial, July 3-1. Between the hours of 4 and
11 A. M., yesterday, the Ohio.andMississippi'Railroad (main line)
from Cincinnati to St. Louis was transformed from a broad gauge
to a narrow gauge.
In seven hours 3,500 men reduced the gauge
of 340 miles of railroad fifteen inches— seven and a half inches on
each side. Even to those actually engaged in the work this
seemed an impossibility. Up to 1 o'clock yesterday morning
broad gauge trains were running over the road, east and west,
seeking yards from which they were never to roll again on the
wide trucks of the past. By 11 o'clock A. M. yesterday new
engines, drawing the wide parlor cars mounted on narrow trucks,
were traversing the entire length of the transformed road.

of $3,500,000 for unforeseen contingencies, would
cost of each brancli of the road $35,000,000.

we

:

New YoiiK, July 3*, 1871.
Ycrk (Yiaducl) Railway Con]>any:
Having now progressed sufiiciently with the investigation of the
proposed route, and consequently the proposed cost of this road, it
seems appropriate at this time to lay before you the following
views: The cost of necessary real estate for viaducts and depots is
estimated at $1,000,000 per mile, or say for eighty lots, with buildings, at an average cost of $13,500 each.
The construction of the
viaduct, including rails and permanent road bed and running
stock, will cost $3,000,000 per mile.
The distance from the City
Hall to the Harlem River at One Hundred and Thirtieth street, or
To the Executive

CommUUe of

ibe Neto

make

;

the number of passengers that could be carried in fourteen hours
of the day, upon the four tracks, 33(i,000.
At present we have official information that there are being
carried on the horse railroads of this city over 130,000,000 passengers per annum, 70,000,(X)0 of wliora are carried upon tlte lines
east of Broadway and Fifth avenue, running north and south.
Hence, if New York City was not to increase in population from
the time the viaduct roads are finished, it is therefore but reasonable to assert that sucli roads, if both branches were now in
operation, would receive 350,000 fares daily.
Assuming, tlien, that the travel on the eastern branch of the
>ew York Railway will bo 140.000 per day, or 50,000,000 passenger faros per anuuin (and this is a very moderate estimate,
as one
line of horse cars alone is now carrying annually over
30 000 000
passengers), the receipts will be as follows
Passen-cr.s eay .W.fWO.OOO per annum, or 140,000 fares
per day at an
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Making gross annual income
The expenses for mahitonancc,
class roads,

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averayc of 13 cents
!• reiKht. mail and express
matter, 40 per cent of above;
Kents, as above

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transportation, repairs,' Ac'

of

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doing a heavy passenger business, are usually about
5.5
per cent of gross receipts. This road will be much
less because it
must necessarily be built more compactly, and will,
therefore be
less needing the usual and expensive repairs
incidental to a rail
track laid on the CTound, subject to frosts, thaws,
storm, and earth
washings. But allowing for maintenance, &c., 60 per
cent
4 250 000
We have a net annual income from each line of viaduct of
*5 2.W 000
Eqiial to mterest at 7 per cent on $17,000,000 of
bonds, or.
i iqn'mK
And say 60 per cent on $8,000,000 of stock
.'
4'oOo'oOO

Total.

'JnrfT'
And say

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'"" »«.'«»,0''0 raised on bonds'
.M per cent "i 'L'" on *12,.500,000 capital stock
dividend

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6,25();ooo

The Erie Shares.-A

$5,250,000

decision

was given by .Judge Blatchford,

on Thursday, on a motion made before him last
week in the
IJiiited States Circuit Court by the counsel
for the English shareholders of the Erie Railway for an injunction
against the Company restraining it frotu issuing certain new
stock, and an order
was also rendrted by tlie same Judge detailing
the manner in
which the .W,000 abstracted shares shall be restored
by Jay Gould
to the rightful owners.
The motion for an injunction is denied
the decision being as follows

;

'"'''•'' '" "'t'sfy me that there was anyirregular in the issuing of the Ijonds, or in

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thi lioncls.
tne ,Zf,

THIS CHANGE WAS ACCOMPLISHED

will endeavor to explain as clearly as possible. The road was
divided into sixty-eight sections of five miles each and an
average force of forty men to the section— 3,730 men in the 340
miles was secured to jump to the work simultaneously, at all
points on the road, at daybreak yesterday. All along the' line between this city and East St. Louis these working gangs commenced
at daylight yesterday.
Each section gang was divided into two
parties that worked toward each other from the extreme points of
their five miles, aiming to meet at the middle, making two and
one-half miles to each twenty men. Thus the time occupied by
,

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is, therefore denied."

motion for an injunction

;

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forty average workers in changing five miles would be the time
devoted to the whole work by the entire force.

DETAILS OF THE WORK.

The

task of the day was to remove the rails inward seven and a
half inches on each side and spike them firmly in their new place
altogether 680 miles of rails of the main lino, besides many
miles of switches with their frogs. Already, in the course of two
months of easy work the new lines for the rails on both sides had
been fixed by the driving of the inside spikes, under the tops of
which the inside " web " or shank of the rail could be immediately
fitted.
Many miles of new rails which it was thou<jlit necessary
to lay at the curves on the outside had already been put down,
rendering it unnecessary to immediately move the old outside
rails.
The " dentists," as they might appropriately be called, two
on each side, led the van with their big claw levers, jerking out
the inside spikes of the broad gauge. After them, two on each
side also, came the " liners," whose business it was to push the
rails inward to the new lines and " line up" the rails firmly, while
the squad of "apikers" that followed, drove the Bpikes firmly in
over each " web," on about every other tie, leaving the completion of the spiking to be accomplished in a more leisurely manner.

—

THE E(iUirMENT.
The

task of narrowing the road has not been the only heavy
They had to obtain (by changes of trucks and works" and by
one.
purchases of new rolling stock) the complete narrow gauge equipment for this long line, of which the following is an approximate
list:

Engines

Box

freight cars

Coal cars

Total

,1.1 5,^-

HOW

the entire

THE TRAFFIC AND INCOME.
It is proposed that each branch road shall Lave four tracks,
two for fast travel making stoppages at about two miles aparfi
amd two for way travel, making slops at «.bout each half mile.'
Twenty trains per hour can be safely ran upon each tracK, each
train to average three hundred passengers
which would make

:

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375
275

Flat cars
Stock cars

Passenger

127
1,000

100
cars, first class

Baggage cars
Express cars

46
18
10

The work

Night cars
Mail cars
Parlor cars

Wrecking cars...
Officers' car

Paymasters' car.
Total

'.....l.im

of changing the gauge of the North Vernon and joffersonville branch of tliis road was effected on the 16th inst.,
being finished at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.

Atlantic
Pittsburg

and Creat Western Railroad Sale. From the
July 34.— On Wednesday of this week, the 2flth

Po.if,

inBt.,the Sherifi'of Summit County ,Ohio,will offer for sale at the door
of the Court House, in Akron, the largest piece of property that was
ever brought under the hammer at any place in the United States,
The property which it is proposed to s'ell includes all that part of
the Atlantic and Great Western Railway that lies within the
limits of the State of Ohio, with all its equipments, consisting
of

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its road bod ami right of way, trackit, roils, dopots, bridgen, iihnpa
and incidental n-al tfufafo wltliin thii Stnto all of IIh branrli and
tributary linm, incliidin); the Clovolnnd nnd Mnlinning Kailrnnd,
with all i(H ]>ro|iorty and francliiitoH, iiH well as two hundred and
torty-Hevnn throe hundred and eighty oitrlitlis of all the enfrincH,
i-ars, toolH, nmrhinery, personal, &(•., of the company, uboI on itw
lines in New \orl5, Pinnsylviinia and Ohio,
All tliin vn'Perty
witli the privileties thcre\into attnchingaro to he sold subject to the
niortKrttr'''* made and executed in l»>half of A/ariah
Vitigg and
Charles J. Htednian, and to still further dend and mortgapre oxeeutod in beliaU' of A/.ariah V. Klagg and Kredorieli Sehuhart,
amoiinlinf,' in nil to if 1,191. ((55 50 for over due cou|)Ons on the Ist
of March. IH7I. I)e.side $2(16,000 14, interest thereon to date, nnd
(or |l:iO,U-'8 Irt coupons due April 1. 1871. and also for |3,740,0(K)
in bonds of the company, secured by said mortfjajre?. nnd duo
October 1, 1870, with seven per cent interest payable r>,^,.ii-nnnually, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of |4,208,(i72 79.

perfecting the lease of the property of the former companies.
bill praying (or an Injunction was (IImI five weekR ago, and
no answer was filed until Monday, when an exceedingly volumlnous answer which had been in preparation was presented. Alter
some discussion the C^uirt granted a motion for a uostponomcnt
until Wednesday, August 3, when, without doubt, tne cause will
he heard, as it is not probable any further delay wilt be either
asked or granted.
Union Paellle Railroad.

The

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Net earnings

$3n.3m

$449,001 54

Kroni Jan.

1

to

Jaoe

Jan.

30, ISTl.

$8,410.W4 B8
I,li86,887 33

KarnlnKtt

Expeuscs

NetcamlnKs

arising from contracts with the Cleveland and Mahoning Uailrond
Company. It is to be sold as an entirety at not less than twothirds of its a)>prai8(Hl value, which has been fixed by the appraisers ainwinted by the court at lj!C.0r)3,23;j. Two-thirds of this
would be $4.l:i.5,485 (5(>. The purchaser will be required to pay
down $10{),()00 on the day of sale. Now that the sale of this enormous property has been "definitely settled upon, the chief question
of interest is, who will be the purchaser, and into the manageiiiont
of what gigantic corporation, old or new, will the road pass when the
sitlo is over.
So far as present indications go tliere is not mucli
likelihood that more than two bidders will compete for it.
see it intimated tliat the property will certainly be knocked down
to (ienerni George IJ. McClellau.'llon. Allen G. Thurman, and Mr.
William B. Duncan, who, acting in the capacity of trustees foi the
Knglish and German holders of the larger majority of the Atlantic and Groat Western bonds, are tlie bona-fide owners of the
road. These parties, it is alleged, have agreed upon a plan
whereby, in tha event they are permitted to carry it out, they will
be able to restore the road to its true place among the great railroad enterprises of the country. The Pennsylvania property in
the Atlantic and Great Western Railroad was soM on Saturday.
It con.-ii8te<l of that portion of the route between Salamanca, New
York, aud Dayton, Ohio, the Franklin and Meadville Branch and
the Oil City Branch. The prices of all amounted to $630,000, and
they were bought by Senator Thurmen, who represented the
trustees of the road.
The following telegram confirms the above
Ci.EVtsi.ANn, July 26.— The Ohio portion of the Atlantic and
Great Western Railway was sold at Akron to-day to Senator Thurman, General McClellan, and W. B. Duncan, trustees, for $4,43.5,500. There were no other bids.

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to Jiini> !». IWn.
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r739,f37

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$1 OBKO^H 40

2.5

TcIcKraphlc llotna. - Lake Shore and niehlxan SoatherH
Railroad. ^Ci.EVEi.AND. Ohio, July 27. At the meeting of the
stockholders of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railwoy
tympany today the result of the vote was that 238,149J shsres
were voted u|Hm by the holders in person or by proxy in writing
in (avor of authorizing the issue of f 15,(KX),()0() new stock, and
8(>i shares wore voted upon by the holder* in person or by proxy,
in writing, against the authorization, being more than two-thirrls.

—

—

All the stock of the Company voted in favor of the authorization.
The aggregate amount of stock voted in favor of the proposition
was 123,814.950, and that voted against only iJiS.G.jO. The whole
authorized capital stock of the Company under its clmrter is
$50,000,000, the amount hitherto issued bting $35,000,000. Tlie

We

issuing of the remaining .$15,()00,0(K) is said to be for the purpo.so
of double-tracking the road and other improvements, and it is lelt
to the executive committee in New York to determine the amount
of cash to be called for on the new stock.

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FRO.M THE Pacific Coast. San Fbakcisco, July 20. Tlie
bridge across the Tuolumne River, on tlie San JoHijuin Branch of
the Central Pacific Railroad, is completed, and trains will be run
ning to Bear Creek, thirty eight miles beyond, by the Ist of OctoThis will shorten the time for trips to tlie Yosemite Valliy
ber.
and the Big Trees. On the line of the California and Oregon
Branch of the Central Pacific, the bridge across the Sacramento at
Tehama is nearly ready, and the line will be opened to Shasta,
166 miles north of Sacramento City, in seventy days.

:

TUe Oreat New Jersey Railroad

.Tone, IHIO.
$74rt,ino 01
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Karnlnif*

Kxpcnten

in addition is subject to certain other liens, tnainly

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145

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The acting Secretary of the Interior, following the advice of
Assistant Attorney-General Smith, holds that, in adjusting grants
of lands to railroads where the grants lap, the road that first
definitely located its line has the best claim to the lands, and until
the location of the line the grant is in the nature of a floating
grant, aud does not attach to any specific lands until the line is

teaiic.— The argument on

the prayer for an injuction in the case of the lease of the New
Jersey railroads to the Pennsylvania Central came up before the definitely fixed.
Court of Chancery yesterday, Chancellor Zabriski jiresiding. The
—The bill coasolidating the New York and New Haven and the
case was the suit of a number of the stockholders of the united Hartford and New Haven railroads passed the Connecticut Senate,
companies living principally in Pennsylvania and the lower part July 20, by a vote of 13 to 5. It now goes to the Governor.
of New Jersey, for a perpetual injunction forbidding the united
The Supreme Court of Georgia, in the Macon and Western
companies and the Pennsylvania Central Railroad Company from Railroad Injunction case, decided, July 25, in favor of the lessees.

—

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—Central Facifie18T1.

MONTHLY EARNINGS OF PRINCIPAL RAILROADS.

1869.

(mm.)

1870.
(481 m.)

481,085
578,870
750,S.»
!in,760

t»13,181
315,098
388,788

$281,108

»43,.5.55

816,0.36

.338,390

.340,301

342,896
(348,039
406,6-5
JL408,6«8

345,832
402,8.54

351,014
493,231
506,623
468,312

I

340,350
4,681,562

7,988,513

1869.

(862 CT.)
$6.V.1,137
521,69;)

709,644
588,282
<M0,974
'78,260

1870.
(974 m.)

$628,888
661,788
801,326
655,1)87
884,53 (

<I8,228

m—

109
639,540
565,415
8a6.»t5
588,681
693,445

*

1870.

(»40m.)

1671.

1870.

(.393(1..)

(.355 »n.)

24-..981

$202,447

ai8.2:)4

268.554

253,065

284,.'»9

270.9.33

243.680
222,263

267,867
295,566
279,818
292,998
S;9,488
279,482
325,044
337,649

,1.355.187

1316,054
(250.471
3.IPf,)S'!

106,248
110,213
111,117
111,127
118,407
132,998
153,531
144,023
141,378

r5;j,782

372,618

Mar....

April.

465 780

May...
June..

1.142,165
1,112,190
1 2(»,414

858, :»9

39.3,6.54

3:)9,091
.%31,490

287,825
3,618,483

1871.
(355 m.)
218,736
236,341
319,964
286,416
281.732

J46(t,Ba2

July.

Auk-

Nov..

1,037,973
I,aOB,«72
i,ffM,7ao
1,140,145

I>eo..

Oct..

Tear..

—

(

1871.
(251 m.)

130,883.. Jan..
126,221.. Feb..
140.740
Mar..
118,173 . .April.
119,650 .May.
115,115. .Jane.

$384,119
320,636
386,587
411,814
403,648

.

.

.

366, (i23

1870.
(2»4 m.)
$.3.37,992

329,127
380,430
412,090
408,283
863,187

Oct...
Not...
Dec...

490,772
448,419
374,542
4,749,163

.

.

1871.
(569 m.)
418,755

442.665
441.685
470,708
480,847

Mar.

.

..Not....
..Dec....

..Tear..

186888
808,388
904,583
189,881
188,689

J.014,5U

405,ftl2

1869.

(8i5m.)
$151,1.30
.3.30,233

420,774
460,287
6.30,844

678,800

4,791,395

.

621,.521
6:18,122
478.;i7fl

586,.342

—St. L. Alton
1869.
(210 m.)
$1.32.623
127,817
175,960
171,868
157,397
154,132
144,164

578,822

ft

52.5,.363

721,514
1,039,811

801,163
496,680
7,250,668

$152,^
158,788
172,216
172,347
156,081
160,719

167,305
178,463
168:384
183,909
187,794

1871.
(282
143,488

m)

ft

$387,663
398,645
298,398
818,699
840,892
848,633

1870.
(40-1

W56

I66,«l

m.)

$21.3,101

196,207
939,161
988,400
9S9,rOO
908,493
196,790
229,090

1871.
(631 m.)

868.174
328,791
.393,455

^14,210
458,009
438,914

.

906,074
201,751
211,581

—Union Pacifi'-1870.

/1038 m.)

$528,1^
500,139
539,238
680,970
883,580
748,460
64.3,488

864,080
798^838

«3,aM
W».|W

481,WI

719,08

4,438,498

191.783
192.120
232,16'

3:M,»62
968.836
255,726

M8,0«

gj-gj
388,964

1871.
(5.30 ni.

26t,(!!l0

47Q,W0

4,3g«,843

288,775

3.833,489

W eitem.

1870.
(621 »i

4«,988

31:).1!I8

28.1.399
4-il.491

—Berth Itiuonr:.-,

7,421,061

1869.
(621 m.)

M0,3M

1

3,280,420

$284,192
843,704
811,832
813,839
848,890
810,800
460,»46

m

270.149
2fi6,78«

319,578
284,158

St. Psul.-s
1870.
1871.
(936 m.) (1,018 m.l
3!I6,70<)
j 396,171
327,431
382,798
.377,.571
377,571
443,i:!3
483,884
662.867
730,789
668,018
755,737
636,434
661,090
808,318
908,813
791,014
..
.
629,768

T.H»nta.^-Tol»do,Wah.

1870.
(222 m.)

»I—

1871.
(.3!KI

.3:)9,230

^Mtlwauk** ft

378,880
467,990
511,477
453,873
423,735

1871.

226.897
244.161
»«i.046
260,169
274,021
249,856
319,012
817;887

5,960,988

473,

(210 '«.!

:i87.172
.i61.871
456,22;)

484,9.56

[393,468

339,900
858,589

Year..

BflO,:i93

7.36,664
8-584,1.55
'9479,2.36

1,27.5,171
1,.371,780

m.)

464,314
&36,648
555,231

449,6.54

449.932

1,087,963

July..
Angr.

M6

(.590

$401,275

A4.55.606
kB;J2.B52

1,246,213

Sept...

.

m.)

351.767
319,441
645,789

(52.3,811

1,1.51,529
1,080,!»46

1870.
(390 m.)
$201,.500

1871.

1870.

(.590

388..385

929,077
1,177,897

1.3,:i55,461

1869.
(284 m.)

1869.
(520-90 m.)
i

Micbiean Central.

$92,181 $12H.218 ; Jan....
95,685
122,372
Feb....
144.6:17
102,583
.
101,265
129,590
April.
115,175
117,«il
May...
116,242
June..
107,524
July...
122,000
..Aug...
134,124
..Sept....
137,089
..Oct....

1,848,633

«)

81.5,708

Sept..

— IroaHt —

131,791
119,073

l,2.51,il.'50

1,1.57,056

.

1870.
(210 m.)

1871

$706,0*4

W0,286

1,418,865

106,641
109,752
117,695
116,1!«
129.096
142,014

.-Pacific of lIo.->

$196,787

(248,266
1249,987
t'21 1.219
6300,971
§'318,957

$90,177
98,275
101,379

135,.376

8,968

BiBii'iiopi.

1870.
(251 m.)

1,891,348

901,235
14,40^ 903,225
I14,41W 811,707
<n6,677ci: 697,750
,828,48 6

1869.

'S51»n.)
$99,541
90,298
104,585

129,308
110,837

8!)!l,051

79,400

Oh'c

*8!)2,0!)2

4,849,404

712,618
627,215

41,36:j

Jan...
Feb.. .,

.^ -Kari«tta andCineinoatl

1871.
(1

1870.
(1,157 m.)

k4I8,709

Col.Cir

.

m.)

18<i9."
(1,1.57

v; 506,680
<o 497,519
"'475,608
1441,197
1404,263

.397,.515

—IlUnt'.» Central.

.

1871.
(465 m.)

(481 HI.)

5»,480

—Chicago *Korthwe»t9rii — ^Chic-KockT» "ndPar'^f^ -Clfv

(Thicago and Alton.—;^

snjm
48».rr
7,5sst,in

1871.

m

J
(1088
4'»,67»
«n,lM
498,888
«IM,I47
734.48*

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\

LIST.

any error discovered In onr Tables.

Subscribers will confer a great favor by giving; ns Immediate notice of

COMPANIES.

Stock

For a lull explanation of this table,

stand-

COMPANIES.

Out-

Last paid.

of thlstable,
Bee Kulhoav Monitor, on the preceding page.

For a full explanation

see Itallway Monitor, on the preceding page.

Periods.

Date.

Last paid.
Periods.

ing.

^_^_

Allegheny Vaflcy,

May

July,

3«

'71

'71
'71

June,
Apr.,
Apr.,

™

"71
'71

'71

& July
& July
& July.
June&Dec
&

n

fO
50
50
.

.

.

July.

Julj-,'71

do
St.
oul.<»
St. Louis,
I

-'O"
.

Not.

Nov.,

'70

50

—

&

May,
Juiy,
Feb.,

100
100
50
100
100

20

Kansas

Pacific,

Jan.

Maine Central, July
Marietta

&

'68
'71
'67
'66

Aug.,

'71
'71
'71
"71

Apr.,
Apr.,
July,
Auit.,

July,

JO

'56
'71

50

1

Cln., Ist prl.

May

Jan.

100
100
6.. 150

do
2d pref. .150
do
do
common ..
do
Manchester & Lawrence, No.M'.iOO
Mempliisand Cliarleston. No.278.2£
100
Michigan Central. July 16
Milwaukee and St. Paul. June 10 100
do
pref ...100
do
Mine Hill & Sch Unvcn' May 20. 50
Mobile &Montg.prel No. 2S3..
100
Mobile and Ohio, June 24
Montgomery and West Point ...IW
50
Morrfs and Essex," No. 230

& July

Mar. &
Mar. &

Sept.

Sept.

Sept., '66
Sept., '66

Nashv. &

Jan.

IIW,

21

Water

Jlay,

"71
'11
"11
"!1

.la'nV,

July,
Aug.,
Mar.,
Jnly,

"il

lu'y.

Apr.

"71

Jnly,
Apr.,

"il
'71

Dec,

'70
,Ifln., '71
Apr., '71

Apr!

O-.t.

Jan.

& July.

July,

Feb.

& Aug.

Feb.'

3
(g'd)
5

3X

Annually.

Feb.

* Aug.

January.

'11

4

'71

"SH

'

May, "'68

•luly, "71

Feb.,
Jan.,
Feb.,

'71
'71
'71

1

Feb.,

"71

4

JuVyVni

"e

Jan.','

TO

ii-it

"aj,

.000,0(10

1

16.000.1)00
l.OOO.CXX)

May & Nov,

May,

'70

1.6.16.000

Jan.*.Inly.

JuijfV

^71

2.500.000
2.860,000
3Ji06.300
2,227,000
l,2O9.fO0
1,400,555

June* Dec.

June,
July

"il
1

"j"

36.745,000

1,983,563
8,220.694
1

&

Iron

15.000.TOC
4,999,400
8,739,800
1,IH)3..500

1.025,0(X)

1,175,000
4,337,950
1,908.207
2,888,977

50
50
50

Jan.& July.

4

2

"4

Jan! & July.
Feb. & Aug
Jan. & Jnly.

June, 71

June A Dec

Dec,

'70

& Ang,
* Aug,
& Aug.
May & Nov.
Jan. & July,
Feb. & Aug,
Feb. & Aug,
Feb. A Aug.

Feb.,
Feb..
Jan.,

"71
"71
'71
'67
'71

Feb.,

'71

Fcb.A Aug.

July,

July,

"71

S

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

2.907,860
1,100,000

Jan.

50
50
10

i.oh.um

Dec,

U,9(XI,000

July,

-71

May,

'71

lOO

New Bed. & Taunton, Jan. 21. .100
Newllav. & Northamp,, Jan. 21.100
lOO
New Jersey, May 20
scrip
do
New London Northern Jan. 21 100
Hudson R..Jan. 21. 100
N Y. Cent. &

May & Nov
F.'b.

Nov'.',''69
Aug., '66
Feb.., '71
Jan., '71
Feb., '71

Gold

Quicksilver

preferred

..

100
100

common
do
CHr— Pnllman Palace

.100

Feb.

.\ug,

& Aug,
& July,
& July

May * Not.

1000,000 Jan.

&

July

July,
Jnly,

'70

I

'71
-Tl

Nov., 10
July, 11

7S1.'250

'66

4,«X),000

July.

Jan. & July.
Quarterly,
3.000.100

Jan., "TO

41,063',i(X)

(Juarterlv,

IO.O(X).000

18.000.000

100,

Trust

&

Ffb. & Ang,
Jan. & July
Jan.
Jan.

6.(«X),l«X)
100
s.noo.otx)
100
4.0«),(X«
100
lOO 20,(»X1,000
Trust. 25 1 .IKIO.OOO

(Sold, pref
do 'Trust, certif.

'70

Dee.,

United States
Wells, Fargo & Co..:
5(fam.«Sfp.— Atlantic Mall
Pacific Mail. June 10

St ates

'69

Dec,

2,8(X1.0(»
4.000,(X10

2''
:....
!'ai'ille& Atlantic
100
Expre.ts.—A<iAms
100
Amer. Merchants* Union

United

'71

Dec.

Jan.l,"«)

386.000
4,000,000

—

Mariposa
do

Mar.,

1,2.50,000

New

JfiiiiTiff.— Mariposa

760
S5c

Feb., "n

1,'2(X),000
1,.500.(XXI

'67

Dec.

ifc

Quarterly.
July.

2.000,000

100
100
100
100

"11

Jan.*

20
50
Harlem
Jersey City and Hoboken... 20
50
Manhattan
100
Metropolitan
50
York
50
Williamsburg
16 W
Jmproveinen t Canton
Boston Water Power
100

Union Trust

Jnly,"'71

1.250,000
1 ,000.000
3,400.000

100
100

&

March.

June

4.000,0IX)

and Trust... 100

May,

& July.

500,000
4,400.000

'25

Life

Aug.,

a.1102,746

100
100

Pennsvlvania
Spring .Mountain
Spruce Hill
WllKCsbarrc
Wyoming Valley
Oas.—Brooklyn
Citizens (Brooklyn)

Now York

-""^

,633.3.50

1,600,000
25
50 2,600,000
500,000
26
100 10,250,000

Maryland Coal Co

Farmers' Loan
National Trust

Chattanooga No. 220.10nj

Naugatuck

Jan.*

1.700,(ll«l

^

_pi'cl'-

TV-if.-;*.—

.

Nashuaand Lowell,

June * Dec.

1,365,600
3,9:W.900
1 ,695,826
1,988,150
3.000.000

Brnnswick City
Telegraph— yfesi.t'DXon. No. 277.100

Louisville and Nashville No. 281 lOO
LoulsvlUejNew Alb. & Chicago. 00

Macon and Western

Quarterly.
Jan. & July.
April & Oct.

Ian. & July.
Feb. ,^ Aug,
Jnn. & July,
Quarterly.
N,R1 9,275

.

West Branch andSiisquehanna.

1«

Sept.,
Jan.,

50
50
50

U

Butler
Consolidation Md
Cnmbeiiand Coal

23

c''mra<>(!

.

Ashburton

Aug.,

Lackawanna & Bloomsb May 20 50
Lake Sho.& Mich. South. May 27.100
50
Lehigh Valley, May 20

do

Quarterly.
Jan. & July.

6.^5.'200

50
21.100

Coal.— American

Jan.,

In.,No.227100

Little Miami. No. 247
Little Schuvlklll.' May 20
Long Island, No. 252
Louisv., Cln. & Lex., prf No. 276

Feb.* Ang.

miscellaneous.

&" July

.

Mar.

July.
July.
July.

869,4.50

100

tinlon, preferred

Quarterly

100
Huntingdon andBroad Top'.... 50
do pref. 50
do
100
Illinois Central. Aprils
Lafayette. 50
Indianapolis, Cln.

&

'71
'71
'66

'Quarterly.
Jan. & July.
& July.

Housatonic, preferred

&

do
Susquehanna &TI

Jan.

Hannibal and St. Joseph, Jan. 28100
r»ef....lOO
do
do
Hartford * N. Haven, Jan. 21,. .100
190
do
scrip
do

Jeffersonville.Mad.

50
50
100
50
100
220.. 100

Schuylkill Navigat'n (consol.)*. 60

100
50
East Pennsylvania, May 20
Gcor, No. 2«4.100
East Tenn. Va.
Blmlra* WiUiamspor^'May 20. 50
pref.. 50
do
do

Eastern (Mass.), Jan. 21

20

&
&
&

May & Nov.

4,300 000
2,300,000
2,(M0.000
10,000.000
2,623.7?0
910,350
576,050

—

.

May

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2.70O.(X)0

50
Chesapeake and Delaware
'25
Chesapeake and Ohio
50
Delaware Division*
100
Delaware and Hudson
10(1
Delaware and Rarltan
Lehigh (;oal and Nav..June;S .. 50
50
Monongaliela Navigation Co
Morris (consolidated? June 10. .100
100
preferred
do
50
Pennsvlvania

50
Delaware'
Delaware, Lack. & West. May 20. 50
Detroit and Milwaukee, No. 249 50
50
pref
do
do
100
Dubuque and Slonx City'

Georgia.

'70
'70

,

Canal.

IOC
60

Fllchburg

May 20

Western (N. Carolina)
West Jersev, No. 250
Worcester and Nashua, Jan.

Concord
Concord and Portsmouth
Conu& Pa8,su»ipslc, pf. No. 231..100

do preferred
Erie and Pittsburg, May

D»c

847,100
3.000,000

South Wcat. Georgia.* No.
Syracuse, BIngh & N. T, No.252.100
'Terre Haute and Indianapolis .. 50
100
Toledo, Peoria & "Warsaw
do
do
E. 1)., Ist pref.lW
do
W. D.,2dpref.lOO
do
Toledo, Wabash & West. July 1 .100
do prof.lOO
do
do
Union P.aciilc. Mar. 18
lltlca and Black River, No. 252.. 100
100
Vermont and Canada*
Vermont* Massachu., Jan. 21.100
Virginia and Tennessee June 24.100

50
lOO

Erie, Jan. 28..

'71

Jnly.

4,O0O,0tX)

do prcf.lOO

do

Soutli CarolinaApril, 15
South Side (Va.) June 24

May*

Feb.,

&

li,0OO,(XK)

Iron Mountain

Shore Line Rallwav

.

& Aug.

Jan.

1.500,000
2,000,000

Shamokin Val & Pottsv'May 20.

Chicago and Northwest. No. 2T3.10t
pref.... 100
do
do
Uhlc.Uockls.&Pac. JulvS .. 1"0|
Cln.,llamil. & Dayton.. May 2O.i0C.
Cln., Richm. &Chlcago*No.263. 50
Cincln., Sand. & Clev., No. 278. 50
do pref. 50
do
do
Cincinnati & Zanesvllle, No.2i6 50
Clev., Col. ,Cln.&Ind. June 21.. 100
Cleveland & Mahoning,' No. 247. 50
Cleveland and Pittsburg, Jan. 28 50
Colura., Chic. & In. Cen.'No. 247.100
50
Columbus and Xenla'

Cumberland Valley, May 20
Dayton and Michigan' No. 263..

&

Schuylkill Valley.'

Central of New Jersey, May 14. .100
50
Central Ohio
50
preferred
do
Central Pacific No. 288
100
Cheshire, preferred, Jan. 21
Chicago and Alton. Mar. 25
do preferred...
do
Chic, Burling. *Qulncy .July 22.100
Chicago, Iowa and Nebraska*.. UK)

21

—

U

Jacksonv. & Chicago'.lOO
Sandusky, ManslI'd & Newark'.lOO

do pref. ..
do
Cent.Georgia* Bank. Co.No.243100

Connecticut River. Jan.

U

Portland, Saco & Ports No. '276.100
Providence & Worccs., Jan. 21. .100
Ren.sBelaer & Saratoga' No 252 .11X1
Richmond and Danville No. 235.100
Richmond & Petersburg No. 235.100
Rome, Watert. & Ogd., Mar. l8..:00
100
Rutland, common
100
do
preferred
St. Louis, Alton & Terre Haute. 100

Aug,

Jan'. '&

Feb.

&

m

preferred.. 50

482,400
3,62il,800

,

&

'71

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Feb.

273

&

'71

Aprli;'71

May,
May,

50

April 22. ..100

100 7.0CX).000
50 33,493,812
Mar.
Pennsylvania
50
Phllad.and Erie,* Mar.
6.0OI,'200
50
do pref
do
2.400.000
Philadelphia and Read. Feb. 11. 50 80,401,600
Trenton,' May 20... 100 1,259,100
Phlladel.,
50 1,626,250
Phlla.,Ger.*Norrls.,* May20...
PhiIa.,"Wllming.& lialt.May'.!0 . 50 9,562,650
60 1,798,926
Plttsb. & Connellsville
Pittsb., Cln.
St. L., May, '20.... 50
2,424,000
prel. r.o 3,000.0
do
do
do
Pit's., Ft.W.ftC. guar* Mar. 11.100 19.714,285
Portland
Kennebec, No. 253* .100
016,700
do Yarmouth stock ccrtlflclOO
202,400

Mar.,
July,

100
Boston and Albany, Jan. 21
Boat., Con. & Mont. No. 2T3......100
Boston, Hartford & Erle.No. 24 •IW
501/
Boston and Lowell, Jan. 21
Boston and Maine, Jan. 21. ...... 100
Boston and Providence, Jan. ^l.uw
Buffalo, New York and Erie*. ..100
Burlington and Missouri Ulvcr .100
nref.lOO
do
do
Camden and Amboy May 20,... .100
do do scrip al joint Co.'s'W* .0
Camden and Atlantic, May 20...

Catawlssa.' Mi>y.20
preferred
do
Cedar Rapids and Missouri'

Mteoun)

Panama, No.

•••••}00
Atlantlcand Gulf
Atlan.* St. Lawrence' Ko.affi. IOC
Atlanta and West Point. No. 279..100
Savannah*
IWJ
Augusta and
100
Baltimore and Ohio, .\pril 8
lOO
Waslilngton Branch'
50
Parkershurg Branch

do
do
Cape Cod,.Tan. 21

Oswego and Syracuse,' No. 252
Pacillc (ot

50

27

Berkshire, Jan. 21

pab

Rallrnad«.

P

Railroads.
Albany & Susquehanna'..

1,000,000
1,000,«X1
1,000,000
1,500,000
2,a36,eoo
8.693.400
2,324,000
4,300,000
5,-00,000
4,000,000

J»n.&

July.

Quarterly.

Quarterly.
Quarterly.
Jan. & July.
Jan. & Jnly.
Feb. cfc Ang.
Jan. & July.
Jan. & Jnly.
Jan.

i

2H
June,

'71

July,

'71

No?.,
Aug..

'69
"71

3

Dec,

'67

1«

Sept., '69
July, "71
July, '71
Feb., '71
July, '71

July,

2J4

5
4

10
5

'71

& July.

Quarterly

.

N. Y.

..

do

do

NAME OF ROAD.

.50

&

Peter8b,prf.June24..100
do
guar. .100

do
do ordinary
do
lOO
North Carolina. No.267
Northern of N.H'mp8hlrc,No.257100
50
Northern Central. .May 20
Northeast. (S.C.). Ai)rll 29

50

do
do 8 p. c.,pret
101.
North Missouri, No. :>!)9.
orth Pennsylvania May 20
50

.'at

Norwich & Worcester,* Jan.
Ogdecs.& L.Champ • No.275

21.100
100

do

d<;

OMo and Mississippi.

prel.100
April I.... 100

do prel
llX)
AIlei#h iliy Jlay 20 ro
Old Colony & Newport, Jan. 2l.lin
Manass
ange, Alexin,
lOO

on

do

Crf*-*!;

PAB STOCK.

LAST DrVIDBHBS PAID.

certillcatea..ia)

New York and Harlem, Jan. 21..
do pref
50
do
New York &New Haven May 13,100
N Y.,Prov. and Boston No, 22'.M00
Norfolk

CITY PASSENGER RAILROADS

& BROOKLYN

&

A

Bleecker street and Fulton Ferry.
Broadway (Brooklyn)
Broadway and Seventh Avenue ....
Brooklyn City
Brooklyn City and Ncwto*n
Brooklyn, Prospect Park & Flatb..
Brooklyn ami Kockaway Beach
Bush wick (Brooklyn)
Central Park, North & East Rivers.
Coney Island (Brooklyn)
Drv Dock, East H'dway & Battery.
.

Jan.

& July.
&

June

Jan.,

"71

April

Dec

May & Nov

'70

,lune,

'7i
"71

.May,

May & Nov.

F.lght,li

.Ian., "71
,)an.

& July.
& July

Jan.
April

& Oct

June &

i>ec

.i;irtcilv.

Jan.

* Jnly,

Avenue

Fortv-second St. A (irand

Dec. "M
July.

'71

Aprll,*71

June,

"71

II..'.. "ai

Jnly. 1\

St.

Ferry.

Grand Street Newtown (B'klyn).
Hudson A"enue (Brooklyn)
*;

Metropol lan(Brooklyn)
Ninth Avenue
Second Avenue
Sixth

Avenue

I
I

'

,

j

Third Avenue
\anB^ont8t^e»t/•«l•->,^tlvIl^

900,000
100
200,CXXI
100
100 2,100,000
100 1,.500.000
400,000
100
254.61X)
100
144.600
100
262,21X1
100
lOO l,06r),2tX)
600.000
100
100 1,2(X1.«X)
100 1,0IXI.0(«)
74S.IXI0
lOO
171I,IXX)
100
100
106,700
100
194,000
797,3'20
100
100
8S8.100
100
750,000
liX)

,

.

,,

iac\

1,170,000
75,000

Jnne,'i870
6ct.VV87b'.".'."'."'.'."''.!'.'.!

May

i

'Toi ii't'iarteriy

Nov.V*76i Venii'-annual...

Nov., "TO, semrannoal,.,
Nov., TO onartorlv. ...

»

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2X
5

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July 29, ISn.J

147

STATE BONDS.
DENOMINATION.
Muk«l Ihu • »• !• difiiill for lBI»»t

OCNOMINATIONI.
Muk.4 Ihu • .r. Ii, dif.oU for

Amouni
Ouutindiii^

Mtate ScenrUlea.
AL*BA«A(Oct.l,'10) $H,I»«,800:
Htato Bonds
<to

(In

do

do

8lor!ln

(

(estonded)

do

(

)

Iwn. f of 1690

do

do

711,800

.

cola

..

800,(100

RR's

(about).

fur

4c

AutANSAS (March,

'71) fl.HO.OOO:
bonds of 18tHi
Bond'jretnnruniled
NMemphls A Llltle Rock.
Little Hook 4 Port «
LMIo R . Pinn BInff & N. O. R.B
; Mint... Ouachita Jt Rod. R...
,^

July
July

<fe

8,480,000

1»'70,

nndonemcnt

Jan.
Jan.

1,477,700

.

.

do

8-2,800

.

& I.SIM

IKK6

do
do
June.
Jan. A July

I188,0JII

BtarlInK Bonds(«ztendod).

New Bonds,
New Bonds,

May A Mot.

188,000
1,941,000
473,800

KnndiDi;;

A July

Jan.

8,750,OOt

187S
188S
1886
1870
1888
1888
'88-83
1890
1889

99-1900

l,6N),0Ofi

•

1,080,000

KR

900,000
781,1 00
400,800

A

Apr.

Oct.

190C

MlOBISAR (Jan. 1,'7I)$1,3«I,000:
Renawal Loan Bonds
Two Million Loan
War Bonntv Bonds
8to Marie (Janai Bonds

Minnesota (Due

,

'70)

OALiroR!)M(\pril,'7n)$4,lSS,500:
Civil Bonds of Is.'ST
(g"Id)
•'
do
do oflSOO
Soldiers' RelierXouds.. "

do

do
do
do

4-^4,800

"

Bount; Bonds..

A July

Jan.

1,138,000
133,800

808,000

1877
1880
1893

do
do
do
do
1869
Blouz War Loan 1863

Mihsoobi (Jan. 1, '7l)$30,8M,0a0:
State Bonds
Bunds ofI868
Bonds U) North Mo. RR
Bonds to Cairo * Fulton RR.
Bonds to Plane Co KR
foods to Iron Monntnin RK..

1881

Pacific
S. w. Br. Pacific
8 W. Br. Pacillc KR (guar)..
Hannibal
St. Joseph KR...

RH

Nevada (Dec,

do do (Jan., '61)20 years..
do do (•>cr.,'M)I0or30y'r
do (non-taxab.}(Oci ,'65) SOy'r

A July

Jan.

do
do

6,835,900

»

18S3
1884

AOct.

.April

'71-'81

do

Bonds

747,367

Gboroia (July, 71) $16.S«S,»00
Western A AtlanticRR. B.mds
do
do
do
»

do

do

do

'

do

.

do
Alliiilic& OuWKR. Bonds

.

Bondi<,per act .March IS.lSiifi. ..
Kiiiiiiini; bonds oi 1870, (ijold)...
Kailroad endorsements
^.

7&8

3,700,000

A July
May* Nov.
Jan. & July
May A Nov
Feb.* Aug.
Jan. & July

3,0II0,0IK

J. A.

Jan.

100,000
176.000
866,000
75,000
600,000

J.& O

ge-'oe

1872
1874
'73-'74

1874
'78-'88
'66-'87

1890

7,848,900

KUNois

(Mar.. 1371):
Interist Bonds of 1847
Intcrti't stock of !8^7

do
do
do
do

9^.696

Ucfiinded Stock bonds
Normal University bonds...

.

Thornton Loan bonds

War Bonds

184,311
848,000
45,000
103,COO
416,800

H.ir.

Jan.

1878
1878
var.

& Sep.
& Ju y

ISSO
1880

9B0.47S
346,000

Kknti'CKT (Oct

,

'].
Bonds ofist.^
Bonds of 1S4.S
..
Bond- for Military Purposes!!!
'

Bi>nda held by B'rd of Edncation

'

lf««. Relief of StatP Trpasury
iiondt* to various rai'roads.
...
ISia, i,cvee Bunds

do
do

1870,
iviti,

do
do

Kund'i;!;

.........

IWI.f ofP.

J.

.

Ke.inedT

'

"

do ori86S

!

B«unlyLoanofl,Sfi.3,..
War Loan of 1864

.

'."

Mnnii ipal War Debts assumed.
Maryland (Oct., '70) $13,317,475:

Ohio RR sterling.
do
converted.
Ch'-'peake A Ohio Canal, st'?
*>
do
converted.
do
1834 ....
„ o°
Baltimore A Snsq RR
do
do
•

&

780,000
•2,495,000

1,000.000
4,000,000

.

'76-'65

1889

'71-'74

1873
1871
1895

Mar. * Sent
Jan. & Jnly
Various.
Various.
May A Nov.
Mar. & Sep.
Jan. iK July
Jan. & July
Jan. cSb Jnly
Mar. &Se t
May * Nov.
Mar. A Sep.
Apl. A Oct.

1873
1893
'69-'ii6

1886
1907.

1875
'86-'88

1890
180O
1909
1910
1899
1909

Various,

A

Elkridge RR...
Tide W. Canal, ite'rilni!
''''
converted
„.

tE>^lcrn Shore RR....

Bounty Lfiin
S nthrrn Relief bonds.

•70-'78

do

851,000
800,000
828,000
475,000
2,839,600
a,(84,400

1871

Sept

Feb.&Ang.
June&Dec.
Apr. A Oct

& July
A Ju'y

1890
1890
1890

J.

A.J.*o.

Jan.

1.888.3:«
1,687.345
1,403,146
369,000
4i9,0OO
"8.430
773,000
315,633
30,l:n

J.A.J AO.
do
do
d<
do

A July

Jan.

18)10

1870

!

Back Bay Lands Loan
Union Fnnd Loan
do
do
do .!!!
Coast Defense Loan
Bounty Fund Loan
Bounty Fnnd Loan...!
do
do
do (sterling)
War Loan (currency)
Troy * Orcenf. RR. Loan'(8t'g)

do

1, '.864...

N. Jersey (Feb.. '71)$?,696,300;
War Bonds of I861(tax free).,
of 1863 (tax free)
"
ofl8B4

N. York (Oct. 1870) $38,041,606
Bounty Fund Bouds, coupon..
do
do do registered,
(leneral Fund Bonds
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do (no interest)
Canal ?und Stock
(to
do
do
do
do
do
CO
("o
CO
do
,

(b<ime)

do
do (stcrlin.')
Sonthcrn Vermont RR. Loan.
ta-tern Railroid Loan
fJorwich * Worccs. RR.Loan
East Uartf. &Er;oP.E.;8ttrl.)
.

Harbor Land inproTemeiit..

July

J(

A July
do
do

itm

May

A Nov

isn

Jan.

A Jnly
do
do

7
7

7

4«,000
3,7i7,000
3 !I63,00('

im
im

74-'88
'77-'»»

do
do

89'.>,flO0

804,000
3,379,000
8,419,000
1,486,000

'8»-'M
•74-'8B
'7t.'8»

do
do
do
do
do

1878

inn
•TS-'OT

Jin

A

Jan.

A Jnly
A Sep.

'84-'8l<

A Oct.

'71-'74

l,'i»9,900
1,002,1100

Jan.

A July

'10-'84
'8«-'««

15

1871

Jnly

Mar
Apr.

•Tl'TS

•
•
*

do

Raihoad Bonos, new
do
*
do
Fnndin? Bonds, since war.. *
do
do
«
do
Other bonds
•
do
do
do
do
....*
Special Tax Bonds do
•

Ohio (Nov., '70) $!>,73S.0-7:
Loan due after Slst Dec, 1870
do
do
3l9t Dec, 1875

.

.

do
do
30th June, 1881.
do
do
3l8t Dec. ,1686
Domestic Bonds (Union Loan)
.

Oregon (Sept,

'70) $106,633

1

593,400

,910,(>83

ao,o«i
900,000
848,0:iO

51,500

Various.
Apr. A Oct.

473,000
t80,OCO

do
,Inue*Dcc.

,'.07,430

Jan.

A Jnly

4,738.800

Jan.
Apr.
Jan.
Apr.
Jan.
Apr.
Jan.
Apr.

A

lira
1873

j!,.^!,'j!&6.

,099,000

'70)

8.639,40(1
3.6'ie,000

1,739,000
2,417,400
1,VJI,400
:iS.3,0(IO

10(1,000

1874
1875
1S77
1874

'68-'98
'68-'98

July

A Oct.
A July
A Oct

't)8-'«S

'«8-'90

1900
1899
1898
1898

AJuly
* Oct.
AJuly
.t Oct
do

11,407,000
1,384,317
1,600,000
4,(95,309
3,400,000
366,978

Jan.

13!I8

AJuly

1870
1878
1881
1886

do
do
do

1871

May A Not
Jan.

108,638

AJuly

'7i-'86

Jan.
Apr.

A Jnly

isno
18TO
1883
1883
1877
187S

$81,107,168

:184.000

do
do
do

1878
1876
Will.

ICO.lliT

Coupon Bonds (1853)

'do

Win.

,357.900

86«,410
400.000

Stock
do

1877
18:7

July

do
do
do
do
do

.OWt.llflO

Stock Lo.qn (of 1840)
Inclined Plane (1849)

do
do
do

A

J:n.

,478,000

'«7-'0J

:

Reliefand Bonnty Bonds

Penn'a(Dcc

do
do

(Oct, 70)

do
do

6
6
8

A

Jau

37-.(,000

(185.31

Loan (1861)
Lean (1867)
do
do
do
do
do

do
8
5

2 76».380(
4,7S1.50(i

Feb.

K

7,890.550
90,400
9.237,060
7a«,9{0

A

«ug

do
do
do
do
do
do

6

...

Oct.
July

ft

112.001'

3,105,000

8
6
5

6
6

isn
181
1873

isn
1877
1863
1883

do
do

3,000,000
600,000
888,000
900.000
4,383,800
4,000,744
3,505.000

do
•Tune
•Tune

80,000

1874
1870
'70-'72

Jan.

6

•71 -'76

it

July

do
do
do

1883
1.S94

do

*

A

1882
77-'7S

May A Nov.
Apr.

n.M,l.so
!»6«,600

,c'j9,uai

1873
'73-'74
'73-'74

4 Dec
May& Nov.

Oct.
Oct.

1894
1894
1888

*<»

1

Apr.
Jan.

Jan

'8S-'90
•88-'90

do

Aiir.

8,95*,400

300,000
50,000
400,000

A Jnly
A Dec

•91 '»n

A Oct.
A Jnly
A July

do

.303,343

484 000
1,47!I,NH
070,000
64,100
1,181,700
8,193,9(0

6
6
6
6
«

at,(i()8,5()0

6

3,l"a.000
l,70«,i.0O

•
6
6

239,166
1,398,640

1890
lOTl

1877
1900
1875

(lien

.

Bonds 1S68-6'I
TBNHIssBF,(Oct '"0)$38.B.S9,f05
Bondsloancdto KH's.,etc. .*
Bonds endorsed lor RR's., etc:
Funded Interest (new bonds) 'i
8tateBoDds(dcbtpropcr)....«|

do
do

do
do

(

(

do
do

)...
to Jan., 1871.

unfunded
Bank of Tenncsf ee Notes
All Int.

Vermont (Keb., '71) $1,336,000:
War Loan Bonds, coupon
do

.Ian.

A Oct.
A July
& Aag

Apr.

8

Honds

do

reg.

VinaiNiA, Jan. '71 (47.390,839):
Old Hoi ds, coupon
Old bonds, registered

*
*

•
do
do
do
Old Bonds, sterling coupoo...*
Funding Roods, 18*^6, coupon.*
do
do reg'ste cd •
CO
do 18*7 conpoB*
do
do sterling....*
Interest nindable, due Jan."67»
Interest on above to Jan. '71,»|

4,iw.i,5n3

ilan.

6

'74-'78

1S88
•87 •97
•SB-'SJ

AG

Long

A Jnly

Jan

Long.

do
do

A

Apr.

Long
Var

Oct.

Vai
Vai

do
do

Jnn.

11,108,000
31,017,578
«!,omi

Jan,

*

71 TO

Due.

•Tl-T*

do

*

Jnl)

do
do
do

!,8K.'..00O

7,8S0,aW

77 '90

J.AJ.A

1,098,000
301,000

1,896.800
4a(,3M,
638.989

1870
1868

AJuly
do
do
do
do
do

4,197,881
1,800,000

1.478,00(1
1,873, T**

1SS3
1883
1893
1894

Mar.ASept.
Keb.

841,000

on Bank)

Blue R dge HR b s (act '54)
Conversion stork of 1868
Funded debt of '66

1800

6
6

7''H,(I00

t-l'ks (sets '56-'63).

ISKfi
I.IBS

do

6

239,000

6

1889

1873

Jan.

^lO^OOO

do
do of 1868
do
do ori863
do
do 011864
8 Carolina(Nov '70)$7,n65,90S:
State Houee

I'-OS

May* Nov.
Apr. * Oct

$100,000
110,000
165,000
94,000
80,000
100,00'
330,000

War Bonos of ISH-i

Fire I.«Bn Stock (act '38)

do

100,C00

Ststt House Loan
"
Lunnlir Hospital. &c!!Lo8n
Lunatic Hospiial (West. Mass)
Loan.fnndln- Public Debt,...

May A Nov

IMO
MTV

898.300
600,000
1,000,000

ofJaly 1,1866

1!>90
18<-0

A J.*0.
do
Jan, 4 July
J.

8,651,39.«

Hate Almshouse Loan
do
do
do

Tt-'tS

Rii. Isi,. (April. '70) $3,916,800:

Jan.
418,600

MAS8AOHUB.(Ja-.l,'-|)$26,818,.M8:

d*"

of Sept

do

1883
1880
1889
1889

Har.ife

4

_°"

.'

do

Military

WarLoanoflSOl

Snsq,

60,00(1

997,800
80,000
134 000
S( 0.1 00
3,0(0,000
474,000
846.000

'"",» f Jan. 1, -71) $.^.067,m)0
CiTllLoan Bonds, 1885-61

Annnp

'Marions,

3,0(10,000

Cenitectiary Honds
;i(> Fund Floail.,!;
Debt, *c..!'
Miss. St, Mex. Gnlf Shiw C3u'l,'69
N. Louisiana a. Texas RR, 18«9

iialiimore

94,00(1

,..!

l«ii!i.

do

July

Apr. A Oct.
Mar.&Senl.
Ai.ril A Oct

809,300
1,618,383

Jan.

1878

do

71) $2,403,000:

.

913,000
66,100

;.

Coupons
eNnvl To

& CrocodI

Roinl

A
do

$17,'H1,300:

i^nariiy IIo-|dt«l

W7,

Jan.

'70) $1,454,394:

'in,

(.Ian..

Railroad Bones, old

7

llondsof lS41-'4a

Louisiana Dec.

e&7

I

600,C00

rio

Military...

Jan.

Jan.

1870) $800 000

North Carolina

Kahbas (Jan.

'71) $1,341,97.1
Civil Bonds, 1881 to lSii9...

•
1
t

1885

A Dec

Jane

(

8,000,000

War Debt of July, 'Bl-'63

'74-'»4

Fi.OKii>A (Tun., '71) $747,887:

State

N. Hamp.

Dws.

A Jnly

160,000
1,631,000
478,000
88,000

l,8i.9,000

*

rnMt.

Psrsiii*.

100,000
100,000
80,000
100,000

. .

Bonds ofl667
Coit»«CTrT(Aur.r;i)t6,5S5,900;
WarBondef.luly, 'Bl)10-«Uy.ar
do do (,lan.,'(>.'i)SOyiar»..

"'<•'••''"••

$880,000:

State Buildings Loans

RK

INrfRCST

AIWUI
I

Isttrxt

Jan.

A JiiW
I'll

do

\

I

j

Long.
Long.
Long.
Long.

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THE

148

RAILROAD, CANAL

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.

CflRONlCLfc.

[July 29, 1871.

AND MISCELLANEOUS BOND

LIST.

Subscribers ivlU confer a great favor by slTlng ns Iininedtate notice of any error discovered In our Tables.
Pages 3 and 4 of Bonds ivlll be publlsbed Next iveek.
COMPANIES, AND CHABAClER OF SECURITIES ISSUED. Amount
Ou^
For » tan explnnatlon of tills standing
Table «« "Kallroad Monitor

COMPANIES, AND CHABAC
TER OF SECURITIES ISSUED. Umount
|

When

Wliere

paid.

"""

paid.

Railroads
Alabama
and

Bt

it
2rt

(Oct.l,

3,800,000

J.*

Mortgage, 1S63
Albany City Loan, 1865
krt Mortgage, 1865
.• .•
3d Mortgage, 1869
Alex., Loiul. <t Uatnp. (Oct. 1, ) 69:
I9t Mortgage, for fo.OOU.tWO)
Allegheny I'lille!/ (Nov., 'W)
General Mortgage
Island 'Zd Mortgage
Bonds to State »f Pa., endorsed

1,000,000
1,000,000
2,000,000
175,000

C/iarloitetot. tt Aug.t.iiiir..

New Tork
New Tork

J.

.0;:

1st

J.& J.
M.&N.

151

&0.

1895
1885
1 81

(J an. 1, "(I)

M,&N.

Wash'ton.

3,809,000
151,000

J.&

New Tork

J.

1898

!

1896

Ist Mortgage
Atliintic <t Gt.

Mort.,
l8t Mort.,
Ist Mort.,
l8t Mort.,

riHiri-im. 1, '70)
Consolidated Mort., free
Sectional Bonds
AtVinUc it Paciiii- ( Keb. '71)

7,250.000

J

3.0(X1,000

i:i(lll,000

J.

Income Bonds of 1865 and

(Feb..

...

BmI., Clint. ,t _Fitclib'g(F(!b.,'!0):
1st Mort. (Agric. Br. Kit.) of '64
Boston, Ciiiit'-n ^ Fltchburj.
Bost., Con. <t Moiilr'l (Apr. 1, '69)
1st Mort. (71 m.)
2d M. (71 m. & lst22K m.) conv.
2d M. (71 m. & 3d 22K m.) conv..

Sinking Fund Bonus

Jiottton tt Lo'celt (Feb., '71)
Convertible Bunds of 1853,

coup

Boston.
Port & Bos

Var.

'70-'71

London.

J.
J.

London,
balttraore

1871
1884
1878

1875
1880
1885
1890
1895
1873

Baltimore.

Boston.

&D.

M.&S.
F. &A.

New Tork
Princeton.

281,000
755,520
728,000

J.& J.
J.& J.
A.&O.
A.&O.

400,000
260,500

J.&
J.&

204,000
150,000
200,000
496,000

r.& A.
J.& J.
J. A3.
J.& J.

New Tork
Boston.
New Tork

600,000
14.000,000
3,000,000
7,349,163
3,000,000

M.& S.
J.& J.
J.& J.

Boston.

55,000
866,000
200,000

Scrip Certilicates
Mortgage (wliarf purchase)....
Sru7Uiwick it Albany :
1st Mort.(iO'd) suar. by Qa.... 15,000 ;i.m

2dMort ,S.F

BJkff., Brail, it Pitub. (Nov., '70):
l8t Mortgage

Corn/ it Pitt«b. (Nov, 1, '70);
Ist M., Bnlf,
O. Cr. Crosscut.
1st M,Buir , Cor.
Pitts, of Pa.
-ce Lake S.
Buffalo tt E7-ie

J.
J.

1877
1885
1887

Chariest 'n

Albany.

'71.'76

London.

1871

Boston.

1875

B

188.1

oston,
BoBton.

Boston.

—

Buffalo,

Jf.

&

aM

r. it Erie (Oct.

1890
1865
1870
1870
1889

J.

Boston,

J.*

J.

Boston,

Jan'v.

A.&O.
A.&O.
A.&O.

580,000

J.&

J.

600,000
1 0,001

J.&
J.&

J.
J.

&D.

2,000,000
380,000

.BT/r/.,C. i?.(6 J//H)if«o.(Julyl,'69)
1st M. (gold) eonv.skgrd, tax fr

Burl, tt Minnouri R. (Jan., '71)
Ist Mort. (land & railroad) ..
Bonds conv.lntopref.st'k(ad8)
Bonds conv.intopref.st'k (3d8)
Income Bds fonv. to com. stock
Convertible Bonds of ls70
l8t Mort. conv. on br. (37 miles)
Burl, tt Mo., in Nebras. (July, '71)
ist M. Land
conv. .tax free
California Pacific (Jan. 1, '70)
l8t Mort. (gold)
Camden tt Atnboy (Jan. 1, '70)
Dollar Loan for »800,000
Dollar Loan for 1i675,000
Dollar Loan for $1,700,000
Dollar Loan for J2,500,0(IC
Consol. Mort. Loan for (15,000,000
Sterling Loan, i;313,6.T<)
Sterling Loan (new) £360,200...
Dollar Loan (new)

&RK

tt

Atlantic (Jan.

Mort. (on 31 miles,
Caliwiwa (Nov. 1,'70):

1867)..

J.

New
New
New
New

York
Tork

1919

Tork

1896

York

6,000,000

M.&

5,057,000
600,000
1,200,000
1,000,000
1,200,000
900,000

A.&O.
J.& J.
J.& J.

New Tork

M.& N.

4,200,000

2,250,000

J.&

823,220
675,000
1,700,000
867,000
4,666,100
1,518,066
1,846.000
154,000

A.& O.
A.&O.
F.& A.
M.&N.
J.&D.
A.&O.
M.&B.

490,000
900,000

F.&A.
F.4; i.

lstMort.(W.toMinn.Llne,62m.;

Boston.

1,377,000

3,817,000
'69);

Mortgage

Central of Iowa (Feb., 71) ;
I8t Mort. (gold ) tax free, conv.

,000,000

C«''<ra(orA%!(i./,.r«ey (Jan.l.'Tl);

id Mortgage
2.54,000
Mortgage (new)
2,837,000
Central Ofito(¥e\i 'Tn'.'ist'MrtA'
2,500,000
c«a;. ft..(/fcoVtwiJ (J»n.^^^):
V"-".'. !»;.
Ut Mort. (gold)
Subord. Lien Calirst.'aVd Vir'd) 25,881,000
1,5(10,000;
.

£f"Mo;jr-"T^,r)°.^-^-^''">
CfMrlest.

IH

it

.Sataniian (Oct*

.Mo.t. :>;„

,r.

1,500,UOO!

25,881 ,000;

i' "'69)

i>yt>.Carol'lna)

M.&N.
J.& J.

505,000

M.

&

S.

Jan. 15.
July 15.

M.&N.
F.&A.
M.& S.
J.&
J.&
J.&
J.&
M.

&

J.

M.& N.

New Tork

M.& N.

New

F'ox

J.& J.
J.& J.
A.*0.

Boston.'

New Tork
New Tork

A,& O.

Boston.

lir,9

J.& J.

18S7

m

A.&O.

591,700
218,000

J.& J.
F.&A.

New Y'ork
New Tork
New Y'ork

.S97.IWI

JI.& N.

New

1874
1874

M.& N.
J.
J.
J.
J.

),

Mort. (gold) sinking fund..
thirago, loica tt Xeb. (Jan. 1, '71);
'2il ^fort., guaranteed, ISGO
2d .Mort., 18C;t
Chicago tt itllicauleei,\iilip'\ '69)
IstMort. (C. & M. RR.,45mile!)
2d Mort. (M. & C. P.U., 40 miles)
Ist Mort. (C. & M. RR.,raniilcs)

18,000

Chic, tt 3li<h.

iMie

Sh., (Jan.

Equipment Bonds
Equipment Bonds

p

Ist

Mortgage

Mortgage

Ist

J.

1?9»

F.& A.

1885

N.

18.33

F.&A.
F.&A.
F.&A.
M.& N.
J.& J.
J.& J.
M.&S.
Q.-F.
A.&O.
M.& N.
J.& J.
J. & J.
M.& N.

1885
1885
1882
ISTS
1884
1878
1898
1915
1874
1871

3.".9,:.'.(»i

ISI.iKO
l,!^i'..mw
9.'<3.000

200,000
98r>,tl00

855,000
2,077,1100

551,000
650,000
614,000

2d Mortgage

J.&

J.

5,000,tX10

M. &

N

1,250,000
.IK. (100

282,000

05,000

&

F

Vernon

Jf(.

tt

free..,

Jfahon. (Feb.

•95- '99

18TO

D.

&
J.&

J.

J.
J.

J.&I>.
J.&.I.

J.&
J.&

J.
J.

New Y'ork
New Y'ork
New Y'ork
New York
New Tork
New Tork

1880
1SS5
1677
ISO.?
Tt-'STi

New York
New York

1895
1SS9

Cleveland

tt

.I'W.OOO

M.&S.

997,000

F.& A.
J.& I).

1,051,851

1,300,000

350,000
637,000
2,001,000

Cons. Skg F'd Mort.for »5.000,000
Col.,CMc. it Ind. Cnil. (Apr. 1 .'69):
2d Mort. (Col.& Ind. Cent. RK.)
Income B'ds (Col. & Ind. C. KR.)
Constru.B'ds (Chlc.& Gt. E.RK)
Income B'ds (Chlc.& Gt. E. RR)
Union & l.oL'anHii't. Ist Mort...
Cons.lst M.SkgF'd for»15.00fl.000
Consol. 2d Mort. for »5,000,000.
Colum. <t l/ocllng 1'. (Feb., '71);

71. '81

1899

New York
New Y'ork

F.& A.
M.& S.
J.& J.

790,500
1,358.000
l,C96,oai
528,000

M. & S.
M.& N.
J.& J.
M.& N.

1873
1875
18?2
1900

821,000

J.& J.
M.& N.
A.&O.
J.& J.
J.& M.
A.&O.

18..
18..
18..
IS..

1R73
1876
1873

1,243,00(1

400,000
SOO.tXKl

2,000,000

1908
1909

New Tork

1897
1880

248,000

M.&

New

250,000

M.&S.

Boston.

500,000
295,000

J.& D.
J.&D.

Doeton

Y'ork

-

187r
76-",

PhlladeL

1,000,000

7

'C0-'C4

,'71)

a y'r) guar.

875,000
740,000

M.&B.
M.& V.

161,000
109,500

Mortgage
f.,»20,000

S.

'70):

Mortgage, guaranteed
(8.

I<105

F.&A.
A.&O.
J. & J.

New Tork

118,00;-

A.*
A.&

New

Y'ork

1891

'70):

.

3(1

I90O
1S90

70. '95

J.

-M.&N.

1,500,000

1, 300.000

Connecticut River (Feb., '71):
l8t Mortgage, sinking fund, '58.
Connec. tt Pafi.tuni. R. (Aug. 1,'69)

l8t

D.

1877

Pllttiburg (Feb., '71):

2dMort., for»l,200,000
3d Mort., for »2,0()0,000

l8t

J. &
J.&

Boston.

New Tork
New Y'ork
New Y'ork

700,500
487,900
91,000

I)ant),,Urb..Bl.ttP(Hn(Jn\y\,'69):
IstMort ^«iold) conv., S.F., free
Daytoii tt Michigan (Apr. 1, '70);
IstMort. ,skg fund, 130,000 a y'r

CbarleBt'n

&

M.& N.

'71);

Mortgage

8d Mortgage
Ist Mort. (Hubbard Branch)...

1875

S.

J.

Del.

tt

Mortgage (gold) tax

2d Mort.

1885
1R84

&

.M.it

Clncin., Sand.it Cleve. (Jnly 70):

CuniberlandttPennJiyl.(¥eb.

'95- '99

J.

8,000,000

560,tXKl

New Tork

Baltimore.

Y'ork

Var.

Mortgage, guaranteed

Cted>i.,A'i<7im.ieC'/liV.(Apr.l,'70)
let Mortgage, guaranteed

Cumberland Valley (Feb.,
1st Mortgage
2d Mortgage

iNew Tork

1890

J.

75r..(.««.

5' 0,000
1,600,000

2d Mortgage, gnarantced
Cincinnati ttilarUnsn. (Jan.I,'7(l)

1895
1895

J.
J.
J.
J.

1909

1,249 5011

500,000

Cincln.,Jlam. it Dui/t. (Apr. 1,'70)
Ist Jlortgage of 1853
2d Mortgxge of 1865
3d Mor*. '67(S. F.,Ji25,(»10 yearly)
Cincinnati tt Indiana (May, '70);

91'16

1875
1890
1890

J.

S,000,Of,0

101,000

New Tork
New York

New Tork

1'.

&

J.&

1.25,0(Xl

Mort. (Beloit& Madison KK)
\Vinoiia&St. IMstMort., guar
do
do 2(1 Mort., guar.
Chicago, R. /.<{ Pacific (Apr '71):
Ist Mortg:ige (sinking fun(l)
Chicago & SouthtceKtem ;
l8tMlree(ffd)enarbyCKI&l'.cur
thillicothe it Brunitw. (Julyl,'70)
1st

Sinking Fund Mortgage

N. Tork. 18M

y.*
J.

'71)

Mort. bonds, new
Chicago tt Northwekt. (June 1,'iO).
Preferred Skg Fund (on 193 m.)
Interest Bonds (fund, coupons)
lat Mortgaf'e (general)
Extension Bonds
1st Mort. (Gal. & Chic. Un.RR.)
2d Mort. (Gal. & Chic. Un. KK.)
Mississippi Kiver Bridge Bonds
Elgin and State RK. Bonds
1st Mortgage (Peninsula KR.)..
Cons. Skg F'd Il'ds, conv. 'tlir7U

Noces (Coupon) tax free
Connecting, Phlla. (Nov. I,

I

J.

& J.
& .1.

1 82 ,11(10
l,129,0tO

1st Mortgage, S. F., 1867
Ist Mori, of 1871, on 89 mile....
Columbus tt Xenia (June, '69):
l8t Mortgage

1907

*

,

iBt

1897

& J.

1,'69)

.

Phlladel.
Philadel.

18.83

1,000,000

(14 ui

l8t

Cleveland

1870
1875

New York

1890
1890
1879
1889
1S7S
1878
IPOO
1890
1890

«10,000
1,260,000
960.0
80 1.1,1^
1,000,000

1877
1872

1894

1877
1593
1883

Frankfort.
New Y'ork

SOU.tltO

m.)
tax free

Ist Mortgage, 1867
Chtc.Dauv. dt llncen. (Apr.

*

1875
1878
1879
1889
1894

Y'ork

J.

S00,«10

rt. (40
f.

70-'6l

A.dtO.

60ll.(«.W

V...

tt.

Trunk Mor'.

Boston.

Philadel.

J.&

400,(M)

.

786,000

J.&

911,tKKl

Ist Mortgage
Clev., Col., Cln. tt Ind. (V ch, '71):
Ist M. (C, C.
C. RR) »25.0OO a yr
IstMort. (Bell.
Ind. I!R.)....
Ist Mortgage, new, S.

'71):

1,600,000
1,600,000

1S76
1887

S,026,n(W

4th Mort., for «1,200,000

A.*0.
J.& J.

Mort. (Atch.& Pike sP.KR.)
2d Mort. (U. S. loan)
Central or Oeorgta (Feb., 1871):

is.i^l

J.

i,ioo,ca)

2d Mort. (Frankfort), gold
Trust Mort. (Burl to Peoria)..
Carthage* Bur. RI!M.,lax free
Dlx., Peo. & Han. UK., tax free.
American Cent. RR., tax free..
Peoria & Hannibal RR.,l»x free

&

1872

J.&

2,10(1,000

1886

J.& J.
A.&O.

J.

294.000

I8t

.1

ISSll

;

IstMort. (Sand.* Ind. liU.)..,
IstMort. (S.,D.*Cln.KR) '55..
IstMort. ((;in.,S.&Clev.I!R),'(i8
Cincinnati tt Zanettv. (July 1, '69)

New Tork

A.& O.

233,900

Cetlar Ran^(tKiitnoH.R.i.Y^^.,
IstMort. (land grant)
Cent. Br. of V. Piciflc (Jan. 1,

>V

New York

.

500,000

Mort

I8t (Triist)

I8t

J.& J.
J.& J.
J.& J.

.

.

.

791,500

Mortgage

Cleveland.

Mort.CC. F. to Waverly,14 m.)

l8t

1894

N.

IstMort
Cedar Fallstt J/f?irt^j*o.(Jan.l,'71)
)8t

.1

1896

.

sos.ooo

2d Mort^ income
Chicago, Bur. tt Quin. (Jan., '71)

Ist

1878
1873
1879

1, '11)

Mortgage
2d Mortgage
Camdeti ttBurttnr/. O.) J an. l.'Vi):
l?t

l8t

1884
1899
1899

1, '70)

Ist Mortgage
2d Mortgage

Camden

New Tork

J.'ft

Biijf.,

&

J

1'

II

Chicago, Cin.ttLouiiit. (Feb., "1)

£oil.. Hart,

it Erie (Dec. 1, '63)
IstMort. (old)
IstMort. (new)
1st Mort. (new) guar, by Erie..
Floating Debt, Nov., '69 .... ,.
Mass. L. (sec. ln'»4,0UO,UOOl8tM.)

J
J

(.V

New Tork

ison

500,000

Qulncy & Warsaw Mi
St. P, Ist M, s.

A.&O.
A.&O.
M.&N.

J.

*

.

160,500

it Alton (Jan. 1^ '71):
Mort., sinking fund pref.

Keokuk&

J.& J.

:

Albany Loan (Alb.ft W.Stkhge)
^laS8. Sterl. Loans (West'nHR.)
1) liar Bonds (Western KK) ....

1883

J.
J.

527,000

*:

.

J

.^«<.(K0

Mortgage

Ist
1st

Ill.(;r«nd

&
&

.

,1

5

Wl.

Income
Funded Interest Bonds, coupon
CA«*ir«(Dec. 1,'69):
Company Bonds of '70, '76 & '80.

1st

J.

MAM
J

18

(V!i.(.>iiiral l:ii.)
Mm', Vn. (;ent. l!l:.)..

Ottawa, Oswego

3,372,000
458,500
140,000

1, '701;

'71)

J.

J.&
J.&
A.&O.
J.& J.
M &i.
J.& J.
J.& J.

1,000,000
499,500
745,000

1881

London.

190,000

1866.

Beleidere Delaware (Feb. 1, '71)
Ist Slort. of 13.52 (guar. C. & A.).

AWanu

.184,000

.

.

SierlliigLoan ..t 1870, £SaO,000..
2d Mort. (N. W. Va. liK.) of '53,
8d Mort. (N. W. Va. liU.) of '55
BalU. <t Piilomac (Jan. 1, '70)
Ist Moriga":e of 1869 fgold)
Bail de Noo, cfc yfarqnet, ( Feb. '71;

tfe

325,000
404.200
1,095.776

863.ri0
579,500
1,710,500

Loanofl&W
Loan of 18,53

BOfilon

London.

New Tork

'70):

2d Mort. of IS-ll
3d Mort., of 18.i?
Blue Ridge of S. Car. (Jan.
1st Mort.. guar, gold

New Tork

J.&

17,579,500

:

$5,000,1100.

1877
1879
1876
1884
1882
1882

New Tork

St,

Baltimore Loan of

WMort.

S.169J0O

Chicago

&D.
A.&O.
J.& J.
A.&O.

)

p.ciHc) g .Id
on .'KKI.dOO acres

Blerl. Bds of Nov. 1, '53,
Bnlllmore c6 Ohio (Oct. 1,
Loan of 1855, skg fund

1890

A.cfcO.
3,908,000

>

Ijun-eni:e (Jan. '70):
1st .Mort. (Port. I^oan) skgfund.
2d Mort. of April 1,1831
Sterl, Bds of Oct. I, '61 (5.20yrs).
ife

A.& O.
A.&O.
A,& O,
A. 4 0.
A.&O.
J.

)

(~'..4ili

L. Or. (gold)

Allan,

8,912,400

A

itlanltc

1-tM.

I

2,000.000
341,200

IstMort. (Franklin Branch)..
2d Mort. (Pcnn.)
2d Mort. (N. T.)
2d Mort. (Ohio)
Consolidated 1st Mort

M., •V). 8.F.(gd)loi-»15,C00J)00
Ist i\i. (\a. Lt'iKK.)guai. liy M.
»rt .Mort. (Va. Cei ir«l KH.l

Cheiter tt Ch. llr.Jimc.(Jiin. l.'TO):
Ist Mort., sinking fund
Cheater Valley (Nov. 1, '6!i):

S,5(,0,000

'•

(Bath Loan)
WeM. (Nov. 1, 'W)
skg fund (Pa.)
skg fund (N. Y.)
skg fund (Ohio)....
skg fund (Butf.ext.)

J.*

,* o/iifi (Sept., '70':

<

77,000

;

Ist

paid.

'71):

.Mortgage

thtff'i'tat^

M.& N.

A.

;

Androncoggiii

AVhcre

paid.

Hallroads:

:

C/iattan. (Jan. "TO):

M. (gd) gnar. by Ala.

A Swqxuhan.

AU/anij

When

^^r ,'; nee .^?P'.'}"'"'P'i,°'',."'',1 standing
Table
"Railroad Monitor
on a preceding page.

on a preceding p age.

Mortgage

3d Mortgage

Toledo Depot Bonds
Dayton tt Vnioti (July 1, '69)
1st Mortgage
2d Mortgage
Income Mortgage
A..
Dayton it Wextern (Feb., Tl):
Ist Mortgage
lat Mortgage

,

O.
O.

2,000,000

A.*0.

2,766,000

J.&

J.

642,0(10
700,0011

M.& S.
A.&O.

169,500

M.&S.

140,000
135.000
252,445

M.4fcS.

275,000
433,000

J.

J.&D.
J.*D.
ft

J,*

J.
J.

Philadel.

19(M
1908

New York
New York

1908

New York
New York

'81 -'94

New York

1905
19 5

1881
1884
IUSS

1879
1879
18(9

:

;

:

: ..
:

.

::

July 29, 1871.1

ikifi

.

:
:

.

CHUUNlCLb.

119

en:

RAILROAD, CANAL AND MISCELLANKOITS BOND
oabvrrlbiira will conlur a urout I'uvor
Pasc* 3

mud

4

t'OMrAMK8, ANU CIIAIIAl.:
OK BKi:i riHriKH IS^MJKU.lAinoiinl

tONrPANtKS, ANIi CIIARACTER OP SKCintlTIRS IS8UKU Amulinl
'

TF.K

Oill
full explAiintloil of thl!*;tum|)u)f
•"•
Tftblo Mn " linllrund Monitor,"
on a procudlii); pdijc.

For;

For a run ejinlanatlon of thifi— -""—
Table ««e Kallroad Monitor'
on a preceding page.

Where,
paid.

Hallroadat

llallroadm
DrlmMrr

(^lb., "1>

indlauitp. Jilotnn'ton

;

l.( M..il.-,itf.- (l..iirl*....

Pblladel

S)0,UUO

/'

.

1. 1

oil 3& m.
(Nov. I.'IO):
iirlH

il.iik.A Wi'Blvrii lit!.)
rudiiKt. Kxi. i:i;.)
Mori. III., I,. ,v W.'St.l irco
\h..i

int M..rt.«ki(
J.l

Pfnr^r

/»

-

'

•

-v. ^ilj

iai»,m«'
ltU.III«

J,*J.
J.* J.
A.*0.
M.A B.

Mi,oai
l,tll,UIO
l(i33,JIXI

New Tork

VXajXa

t

M.*

N'ow York

N.

^(1

New York

,

.

N.Y.ftDet
N.Y.& Lon

llon'l> 01 .luiit 91, 'tin (conilll'lv)
Stcr.ini;<(>i>k.>V (lllii. KU.) Il'iln
Dolliir (Onk..v (inn. i;i;.) ll'ilH,
18| Moil. (Diitr. & rolitlni' UK.)
a.l Mc.rl. (Ui'T. % I'oiitliM; UIC.)

do

.Id

New York

do

Bondsof

S.'pt. I.IS86.-

on Keal Kutate.

Mortftaije

Jbc...

1890

Jac)c..lMn».tt

1875
1875
iS75
1875
1'~
1873
1878
1878
1886
1878
1886

Varl.

New York

&

do

2d Mort.

1st .Mort on wlioli^ llni', I»9in
Df troll, IlilUiliiU it liul, (Juu.Tl)

.Mort^iiKC
Vitbiwf, it Sitmx Citit (Dec, TO):
l9t Mort. (1st divlalou) lOo milt's
Construi't. Bonds i^il division).
J>uttutiuf A Southif^Mt. (Keb-.^l):
lilt

isl .MorlK'SKi-', on :j5 miles
Ist Mort, s. f ., prof, on 55 miles.

Columbia (jAi\A/1l)i
MorlKH^o

Syar/ifMH
1st

1,(80,000

J.&

6uo,aou

J.

ft

J.
J.

ItuUroad Bonds
.MorlKage
(See niUa.

1883

A.&O.

«50,(XX)
89,5110

J. ftj.

Q.-J.

Boston.

J.

ft

1,500,000

...„..,. i;:.ud8of 18TU
HiUnttt^lJlittiVIt it l\tttHC(lh
.'.;

ifc If'ii'Hi^j't. (Feb. *il)lstm.
per cent Bond*
SrCs miilicii!/ (Oct. 1, TU)
Ut MorlKa'^e
2d MortKHKC, convertible
3d MortKa«e
4tli MortgaKe, convertible
5tti MortKAKC. convertible

2?/m.
5

.

Buffalo Urancb Bonds
Sterling convertible, i:i.UUa,<JOO.
Erie <t PiWibura (Feb. 1, ~H) :
1st Mortifage

2d Mortgage
Consol, Murt.,freeof btate tax.
Surupetin ifc .V. AiH^r. .]a«. '70

Bonds (tax

.M. rtlnii.to.N.li.l.lni'.OOm.

Bcamr.

.tftiiic/bnfcic.roct.l.'TO):
1st .Mortgage of 1»52 (Kv.
111.)
Ist .Mortgage of 1851 (Ev.
C.).
1st Mort. (Kockville extension)
KraiiMritie, Ueitdernon it Xanhv.

*
&

Mo lj»ao
Marquel.

(J an. 1, "71):

Isl .Mortgage. L. G
2d series Isl .Mortgage. L.G...
3d series 1st Mortgage, L. G...
Flint A Holly Mortgage

r

y,rtluiiile

J.ft J.

S.000,000

M.ft K.

M

(Oct

ft
.

ft S.

Now York
Fhlladel.

M.ft

4A»,000

New York

S.

M. ft B.
A.ftO.

6,000,000
4,441,000
926,500
196,400

J.ft J.

4314,444

M.ft

J.

*D.
S.

J.ft J.

738,700
134,800
1,701,000

A.iO.

London.

New York

J.ft J.
J.

2.00O.000

J.

ft

1880
1876
1900
1890
1880

1877
1879
1883
1880
1888
1891
1875

1882
1890
1893

N.V ftLoD

gold
J.ft J.

1,000.000

J.ft J.
M.ft N.
F.ft A.

833,000
703.000
150,000

1A)0,000

J. ft J.

it

/

•J67.00!;

M.ft N.

319,000

J.

ft

J.

M.ft

1,21.0.000

»B,000 yea

i'

1880
1887
riy.

Gi>riionHrlUe:

-,

Oeorgia—aonAs (May,
Indiana
Mortgage (gold)

llat>l(U it

Grand lOrer
1st

'TO) ....
(Jan.l, '71):

X

guar..

1,000,000

M.ft N.

New.York

1,500,000

J.ft J.
J. a J.

New York

»15,5(H(

5,000,000

tl,(J(XI,UX)

1,000,000

Mortgage
Bonds guar, by State of S. Car.,

262,000
ea6jsoo

Certificates, guaranteed
eft I^iucatlfr (Nov, I,
Ist Mortgage, guaranleud

700,000

1st

Harrinb.

A

y. //are/i (Ko
.Mortgage, 1853.

Hartford
191

i.,

•

J.ft J.
J.ft J.

927,000

«

J.ft J.

625v000

7

i.and Grant

Mortgage

IMMort.

(Conn.,««J>tin.)
Uemptifld (Nov. 1, TO)

Hudat>n Hirer (Jan. *il):
'id Mortgage, sinking fUnd
:',a i.ortgage

I

K/.l.^

F.ft A.
J. ft J.

1,200,000
4,000,000

Charlest'n '81-W

6

J. ft

J

J.ft J.
F.ft A.

191,000
100.000

N.y.ftBoe

N.Y.ftBos
1877
1S92

Provlde'ce Mrs
Hartford. 1876
Phlladcl.

.

Ist .Mortgage, 1897
1st Mortgage, lit!)

« ClnO.UU,

.

Brld|fcp'rt
1885
1(J89

7

J.

ft

J

J. ft D.

183,000

A.ftO.

Now York
New__York

M.ft N.

a«i400

Construction
ist Mort., Construetlon
Redemption, 1st A 2d teriea.
Redemption, 3d .erles, sterling.
Indiawip., fine* {/)A(May, TO):

grant, s'k'g I'd

I'll

Mort

F.ft A.

A.ftO.

3^0,000
332,000

A.ftO.
A.ftO.

2AJO.00O

A. ft O.

2,500,003

A.ftO.
P.
J.

ft A.
ft I>.

A.*0.

Tbiladel.

New

Y'ort

N.V.4 Lon
New York
London.

New York
New York

906

J.< J.

M.ftN.

441,000

J.ft J.

New York

1882

800,000

J.ft J.

New Tork

18(4

J

Ncw__York

1885

ft

J.

MAS.

250,000

1910
18SI

J.ft J.

UM

1874

5000100
300,0.0

A.ftO.
A.ftO.

Phlladel.
Pblladel.

1882
1100

1,400,000

M.ftS.

N.Y.ftBoa

1892
1880

600,(100

J. ft J.

160 001)
1,00U,OlO
i.50o.oai

J.ft J.
F.ft A.
F.ft A.

New York

Vtti
1993

Boe.ftN.Y

1391
1874

New York
New York

(iS7,0U)

M.ftS.
J.

720 000

M.&N.

ft I).

\im

e.joo.foii
2,24(1,00(1
4,0()3,l«»)

6,SO.i,0OC
6C0,(X)0

192,000
4,275,850
S,OW),000|

1891

1885
187S
1970
1875
189S
irat
187S
1890
1875

M.ft
F.ft
J.ft
J.ft
M.ft
S. ft
t^.

N.

1890

D.

1899
1895
189*

J.

•95-'97

N.

1896
1876
1916
1880

A.

M.

\.-!\.

J.ft J.

»10(»J

128W>

M.

NYO-naFr

.M.ftN.
ft

R.
S.

1889

New Y ork

1872
188S

((,0V. ft Lex.) 99 nillca.
Von. (Cov. ft Lex.) 99 miles.
Lackaitan.it Illooiimb.i Apr , 71):

794,000
237.000

M.ft

J.ft D.

UH

Mortgage
2d Mortgage
1st Mortgage (extension)
2d Mortgage (extension)
Income
Lake Erie it Lonlnville (July 1. '69):
Isl Mortgage
Lake Sh.&. ilich. .i'owM.fJan.,'71):
Bonds of October 1, 18(39
IstMort. S.fund M.S. ft N. I...
2d Mortgage M. S

900,000

J.ft J.

New Tork ira

900,00(1
400,00(1

1880
1886
18(0

'49r'i36

A.ftO.
M.ftS.
M.ftN.
A.ftO.

500,000

J.ft J.

Ist

Mort. (1).. M. ft T. HI!.)
Mort. (C, 1'. ft A. RK.)
2d Mort. (C, P. ft A. UH.)
Sd Mort. (C, P. ft A. HI!.)
Lake Shore bonds, April, ;8(i9..
Junction KR bonds, Dec, 1852.
Ist Mort.(C. ft Tol. KR.) s'k'g fd
2d Mort. (C. ft Tol. RR.)....
Buffalo ft Krie. Nov.. 1658...

do
do

do

.Inly, 1862...

da

Sept.,

ifiis.

..

do
do April, :868..
Dividend Bonds
Consoiid Mortgage, 1^, coup,
do
do
reg
Lake Sup. it ifls9lsntppt:

200,(WO

2,000,000
5,256,000
2,693,000
9'^l,000

500,000
1,000,000
1,000.000
1,tOO,000
119,000
864,000
100,000
200,1X10

300,000
8,000,300
l,50O,00(
r.3.00(l

597,000

4.0OO/I0O

M.ftS.
A. ft O.
A. ft <>.
J.ft J.

Q-J.

ft

J.

1900

189*

(I)ec.,*7l'):

Philadcl.

18)7

963,000
3,413,000
132,0UI

M.ft N.
J.ft D.
A. ft O.

Phlladel.

1873

1,471.0011

M.ft N.
J.ft J.

NewJTork

1883
1896

PtaUadel.

18n

300,000

Mortgage

new

Louiiv., CYn.ifc Lextng.l^u\y l.TO):
1st Mortgage, CIn. Branch.,
2d &lorlgage..
1st Mort., I.unisv. ft Frankfort
Louisville Loan
Louiiwllle it Xankville ( Feb •70):

Mort. (main stem)
Loan (main stem)...
Loan (Leb. Br.)

Louisville
Louisville

.

Ist .Mort. (Memphis Br.)....
iBt Mort. (I.eb. llr. Exten.)

'.iOO.lOO

753,500
176,0a)
150,0011
1,500,1.00

1st M. Bangor l.^i (!'. ft K. RR.)
Kxtension Bonds, 1S70 (gold)...
H.lOO.OaiLoan (goiili
Marlella it CincinnaU (Jan. Tl):

Mortgage, dollar
Mortgage, sturliug

2d Mortgage
Sd Mortgage
Ist Mort. (Scioto

J.ft J.

A.ftO.

100,000

J.ft J.
J.ft J.

1,424,00(1

J.ft J.

819,000
325

A.iO.
M.ft N.
M.* N.

Lonlsrllle. "iO--75

M.ft N.

•SO.'Sj

MO
267 AW
88J100
333,000
3,200,000

A.ftO.
A.ftO.
J.ft J.

SewTork

1886

New York
New York

Kft

i3i7,m

1881

1874
1900

>,<9n,roo

\fsasxo

18KS
18>8

Boston

J.ft J.

Hock. RR.).

W-'S7

A.ftO.

.iT7.0HI

I4»0joao

•6»-"r7

W91

1I2,UII
1,100,000

Mortgage

ArkuM* bute Loau

1897
1900
1881

Boston.

F.ft A.
A. ft O.

A.
F. ft A.
M.ft N.
J.ft J.
M.ft K.

Jlfimi{>At<tftCAiir/e<lon(Julyl,'7D)

Tenn. State Loan
Mtmphlt db Utile Hock (.Ian. 1,'W):
1st Mort. (on road and land) ...

1890
1893
18)9

M.ftN.

62,00(1

3J00AX)
ft

F.ft A.
M.ft N.

1,COO,000

2,IOOJ)CU

2d Mortgage

ISM
isa

8,00(1,00(1

Louisville Loan (Leb. Br. Kit.)
Consol. 1st Mort. for t8,00O,00O..
it Vi-.iimctcl (Jan. 1, '69)
1st Mort., guar, by Georgia ... 10,000p.ui
Maine Central (Jan. L "71);
$I,100,IU) Loan (A. ft K. RR.)...
1,100,600

Macon

Ist

New Tork
New York
New YiSrk

*70)

1868 (cxcliange for new).
(new) Mort. (tax free) 1868.
Mort. (Ilazleton liU.) 1862...
Utile Milimi IVoh. '71):

1st

1899
1872
1885
188(
1873
18S2
1886
1818
1899
I90U
190U

A'.ftO.
M.ft N.
J.ft J.

J.

1873
1874
1880
18Sti

J. ftJJ.

J.ft J.
& O.

18)8

1?79
188S

18n

New Tork

A.ftO.
A.ftO.

tt 0aI.(Jan.,'7ll

M.

Isl

O.
M.ft N.
M.& N.
r.t A.
J.ft J.
J.ft J.
.t

A.

(Dec,

Mortgage,

A.

1871

Now York
New York

2,OH,0CO

4,500,000

.Mortgage, tax ITee

1st
1st
I6t

1st

New York

SOW)
3,400,000

1,06»«000

Mortga
gaffe..,.
C«;ilni((.lan. iTtI):

Ildated
M'jrt.,

A. (gold)

Street Connt-ctlon Bonds
Utile Scliui/lkill (Jan.. •71):
1st Mortgage, sinking fnod
Louff Inland (1870):
Ist Mort. (H. Point extension)..
1st Mort. (Glen Cove Branch)..

New York

New York

IfHl
lern

mil

it

:)

1

1st

J.ft J.
J.ft J.

481,000

2.io;.uu

539,500

BD.conv

it

IstMort. (gold), 140 m
IstMort. (gold).25S.iMm
2d Mort. (government subsidy)
Ist Mort. (Leavenwortti Br.) ...
Land Or. Mort.on 1 (O.mi acres
Income B'ds (all issui-il.)
Lund Gr. Bds on 2,000,000 acres.
Kalamazoo it S. Haren, (Jan. '71)
1st mort on 60m
Kevtucky Central (Feb., '71):
1st Mor 1 (Cov. & Lex.) 99 miles

Ist

M.ftS.

416.000

A 7l>pifl.(Nov. TO):

M.irtgago

M)rt, (lod.

Varl.
J. ft J.

SUOJJOO

2,0OOA»

Mortgage
.

tsi

1,831,000
53,000
1,200,000

900,000

Bo'idsol 186a
Boiutontt Texnt Cent. (Fel>. tv:
ist Mort. L. O., 6. K. (gold) 1866.

;.l

I

Leiiiyh Valley

1, *7t):

Ul MortKage, ainklng fund
MHortirMce

///,,,•.

A.ftO.

1^74,500

Mortgage

Uf/uvtlonic (Jan.

New York
New York
New York

M.ft N.

I/B»,700

KigUt per cent Bonds
Ten per cent Loan
Mort. of 1870, conv„ tax frtie...
IsiMort. ((lulncytPalmy.ItR..
Ist Mort. (Kan. C. A Cam. UR.))
Harlem Ertenntnn
JIart..Prot). ,t FlthJtltl (Fub. 71):
Ut Mort. (B. L, 26.32 m.)

I8M
Sa-r Tork

"71

do
iio
Mort. Mo. Vni:ey.(70m).gold

Mortgage, 1869
Lehitjh it Laikincan.

il):

.MortKage, 1968

a M.Mar

(ft

Mort

Leaven., Lauren,

Angnsta.

1883

a yaplet (Jan., 187di
Hannibal i m.Joamh (Feb.,lg71):

1st

Jo.

IstMort. (gold)

PklUdel.

6

1897

2,000.000

'.'d.M., colli, IsTO

'70);

Haitnilfil
1st

fitji, St.

Ist

Oreeiicille <t Co(«mi>(<i(Oct.l,'(i9):

M-ftN.
A.ftO.
A.ftO.

800AI0

Ist

Vailei/ (.Ian., *Tl):

Mort. (guar.) for

Var
J.ftS.

anivo
315^0

1,200,000

IstMorl.St.J.C. l>l.(80ininMo)
Ist Mort. C.B.& Bt. J.(5'.iln in la)

S.

M.ft N.

500,000

New York

'TO):

tax free (gold).
Ft. K'., Ju<;i.ifc^ii/(«<iic(Mar Wily.
Ut Mort., guar
;-

1st

Mortgage

1st
Ist

N.Y.ftIjon.

New York
New York

I88S

tan
18M

:

8'5,000

/

Or.

2d Mort.
do
do
Louisville (endorsed) Bonds ..
Jollet it Chlniffo (July 1, '(»):
Isl, .Mort., sinking l\ind gunr....
Jollet it y. ludluiin (Jnly 1, '09)!
1st .Mortgage, guaranteed
/UMcdoK.CInc.ft Ind."(Jnljl,'8»)

Iji

J.
J.
J.

;Sew Tork

V.ifOi

Saute Fe, (Jan. '71
tax free
KuuHOe Fuciftr (Apr. 'il)

A.ftO.

free)

2d M. ilungor to Wliiii.. j."i ni..
l»tM.llani;.toWlnn,(BiingLlen)

Isi

Lobb'.ooo
570,000

ft
ft

J.ft.'
.M.* S.
M.ft N.

4UIMI0

Ist .Mortijage,

M.ft S.
J.
J.
J.

York

fniladel,

:

Kan«. Oily

Boston.

*D. Maw

M.*K.

1,495^

Mort.
o
do cur.
Mort. of 1871 on whole line. conv

London.

J

laojooo

3fxa»»i

Mortgage

Isl
1st

J.

ft

640,000
136,400
3,500,000

-W)

FliiU it Pure

J.

Read.)

i,

Kl)

(jrant

JTft J.
V. ft A.

\/a)tto

2d Mori...

2ti

New York
New York

J.

P,*A.

."TU):

I

2d Mortgage, tax free

ttaeori/iJtall)

'i

.

Jeff ..Mad. it Indiauiiji. Aiil. ,71)
Isl Mart. (Inrt. ft Mad (Kli.)....
2d Mort. (Jeffersonvllle Ul!)..,
IstMort. {J., M.ft Ind. ItU). .

Mort.(St. .!.& C.

/'. ,1/1.

Ut

tinmextoini ,f fyantUn ( N o v

KuUK
New^York

1.700W

New York
Xew Tork
Wew Tork

{Jmn.l,*^):

Ist .Mortgiige (Newcastle Br.)..
Jumtlon, " Plilla." (Nov. "illy.
Ist Mortgage, guar., lax free ..

AD

J.

aoo.ocxi

250,000
420.000
789,r-;
214,000
500,000

Ks.-i.'.x

Land

Saginaw

.Mortgage
2d MortgiiKe
Ist M. on wliole road, conv

Ist

8

A.ftO.

\ta>fix
i,4a«,iiob

Feb. "M)
Ist Mortgage, lax tree
Irontan l^ow.'m): IstMurt....

Is

>A»/JDO

(

2d Mortgage

it-

.Mii.'<s. state Loan, 1st lien
sterlhiK. convertible
DoUiir. convertible

S'/'t

18T7
1893

7iO,0O0
1.800.000
3,000,000

ia.*rmi

New

•'

Mort.Kiuir

2.1

toira Southern

DtM Uinne^

YilHfil (Kch. 11):
1st MorlKi>K>'. 1»<'3, on IMni
do
Lhii'1 (;i-.. ISta
l«t
Del., Laiin. it L. ilirh., i.lau. Tl)
Luus. Uii>
1st Mort. ( lonta

'i/ii;«(Feb.l,'09);
;;iiar

1st

,-rlllili)...

Cultiioim
Kuir-lcil Cuu|iuiut

tree,
'f'/vifir.(Mayl,*Q9):
.(old)

'

tno
U81

Mi.rl.u.f

St Kiiii'UmI

»>*«

it

Con VI- rl., tax

igolili
'

If--

l»i

1871

l."l):

(.lull.

M.
IniU"Ipt

Iii'i

;

M) 1869

ill

ITO
IH76
187S

111),!*)!)

•

LIST.

u« iniinodlalo nollrn uranjr orror dixcuvered In our Table*.
or Honda trill be piiblUliod next weak.

bjr kIvIiiii;

Baltimore,

London.

un
18*1
18(!

Baltlinora,

M.ftN.
J.ftJ.
l.tti.

New York ua)

HAN.

Vcfk

1(85
lt9u
18*

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THE CHRONICLE.

150
C.)

c

mm

«II

c

r

a

c i

I

Rxporta of laeadln* Articles from New York.
The following table, compiled from Custom House returns, show •

limes.

the exports of leading articles from the port of NewYork sinc^
January 1, 1871, to all the principal foreign countries, and also the
The last two line*
totals for the last week, and since January 1.
show total values, including the value of all other articles beside*
those mentioned in the table.

COMiMERClAL EPITOME.
Fkiday Night, July

The business
very good

in

leading articles of merchandise

week, but

past

the

in

in

28, 1871.

lias

been

most casts prices have

of any
to "carry" any considerable quantities of Mierchandise
prices in tlio early future,
description, in anticipation of better

and consequeiitly the markets have exhibited the most weakNeither
ness in goods of which stocks on hand are iarqre.
market, nor a large export demand, nor unfavoreasy money
able crop reports, are

,0 ^—'-^OiC
a g gi M I- .-. to"

2

5'r3

opinio

regarded when the

much

o>

.-•

There appears to be no disposition

shown some depression.

[July 29, 1871.

V

^

^ S ^ 05 M o c- o tr O

en

.

t-

.fj -J5

.r;

ffl

^ CO

MOSCOW

«

= 1-5

S.-.

M

un

o >0

.-<

'-'

^ M e» oi 00 eojc o

P3

•COQCOO

Pork market has
Mess at $14, on
to-day to $13

quite broken down, with

the spot, and

o0@$13

sales

large

o
i-H

for early delivery, declining

75, with

Prime Jobbing

at

•

'

about 1,000 bbls. Prime Mess, taken for export, at
;
$13, but that is now an extreme figure. Liiid hns declined
to 10f@lOfc. for Prime and Choice Western, and 9f@10e.
Bicon is easier, also, at 8i@9c. for City Packed,
for City.

m
* o?

lO r^ to

Freights have been quifct except in the shipment of grain,
of which considerable quantitie-i are seeking room, and rates
Tlie steamer room
for which show a partial improvement.
is quickly taken up, and the sailroom on the berth, or availYesterday the engageable for chaiter, is quite moderate.
ments were for corn and wheat to lioth London and LiverTn day
pool 8d@8^d. by sail, and 9d.@9id. by steam.
the most notable feature was the charter of three vessels to
Cork for orders with 10,000 quarters wheat at 6f. 3d.@
Cs. lO^d., according to the size of vessel.
Tobacco has been less active and the market is without
new feature. The advance quoted last week is maintained,
with sales of Kentucky for the week are 1,300 hhds., of
which about one-half for export, mostly lor regular contracts.
Tlie home sales embraced some lines on speculation, but
were mostly lo dea'ers and cutters. Prices steady at 7@8c.
f)r

common

to

fine

leaf.

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go

Seed

.

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prices close at

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loeo
-

si ^2^
.!-«

.coo

m

THto

•

:

:S;

:

^

a«co

s

m

p
i-^a*

.ootD

"

«

o

mcoo

:Si

.^00

-r^

00

:g=553;5

:

'00

Oh

coco'

'g-^

:SgS

403 212

4,

some advance.
and

The

sales

to

Hemp,

arrive

and

Boston, aggregate some 17,000
baks, mostly at ll^@ll^c. gold per lb., but closing with a
prime cargo of 5,000 t>ales in store here, at 12c. gold. Calcutta Linseed droopiu/ and unsettled.
Whiskey has been fir>ver at 96c. Tallow has sold largely
for export at 9i@9f;. for prime.
Hides have been more
active an' firm, dry Buenos Ayres, 25^@26c. gold.
Lsather
spot

also in better

here

CO

•

-1-1

.t*x

•'^

•

om

in

CO'

0)

d

ifS'-i

I

•

and generally firm, closing
at 36e., gold, for Straits Block Tin, $35@ii36 currency, for
No. 1 American Pig Iron, $33 50@$34 do., for Grlenirarnoch
do. do., and 22@22f c, gold, on the spot and future, for Lake
Copper. Hops, during the week, have been very firm, but a*,
the close, will; more favorable news from E>iropo in reward to
the crop, the market is dull.
Oils are generally steady, with
a moderate trade.
Petroleum, owing to a pressure in consequence of large

I-'

m mo.
'V

OD t* CO

T-»

S S|

tHOD

o'o"

•-DO

•

XOJ

demand.

Metals have been

CO
•&-

:Sa

:!

mo* .mm
oco
"<j't~-

.

.t-

•9'

•« -Q

•

com

fairly active

(TO*"

:giM

•

woo

©t-*

CTQO
CO

of

II
M

.«(0'^
(-

i

GO
m M rs

•»r i-i

*

1-7

cTm"
"Jcot-mfflf-icoeos*
mffl»-i

mr-<

m !0 CO «s

cjfi01 rH

Si
cp'co'

* * ja J3 g J3 J3 -Q

J

a>

5«

OD 00

»

3} BO

Ifi

«iS|S

has declined materially, an
closes weak at 24to. for
Refined, on the spot, and 14c. for Crude.
Rosin lias been
rather irregular, but closes steady at $3 12|- for btrained.
Spirits Turpentine, after selling at GOo., declined
to 57c.,
but closes very firm at 5i;c. Wool has been less
active, but
prices are unchanged.

stocks,

t-t-

T*t-<

r-l

il,168

East India goods we notice large sales of Manila

the

?S

:

^

2,860

oil

C

^^

^$S*S"

:=°

•S?i!

•-'OOCO-*

af'^y-*

$1.05.

and

?;;5

-

oj

leaf

tonacco is in moderate demand and prices steady; sales embrace 350 cases new crop State on private terms; 100 cases
new Ohio, 23c.; 100 cases old crop Connecticut wrappera,
41@50c., and 250 bales sundries at 25@45c. Siianisj tobacco in fair request, with sales 500 bales Havana at 90c.@
In

2K

'f.'ra.W,

os"o

'

;

and 8@13c.

iwoieoocD'-mcoi-i

•

1-1

•l—

-a

Hams.

lugs,

»t5

t- 1-1

v'so"

;

Beef remains quiet. Butter has improved
2^. for Westein. and 3@5c. for State and Orange County.
Cheese ha-i also been doing a little better choice and fancy
factories selling at 10^@llic.

for

00

t-

-J" I?*

O "I t- O

'2£

some Western
Lona: Clear, at S^c.
Winter, packed, closed out at 6@7c. for Cumberland and
Short Clear. Cut Meats have been in fair request, mainly at
5|-@6c. for Dry Salted Sliouldeis, and 12|-c. for Light
ice cured, including

IS

r

$11 50

@$12

Pickled

1-35

•

The

pursued a very irregular course.

have

vf

coco

question of

value conaes to be considered.
Provisions

^ t- co o

.-i.

o.-r-f oT

S^/:fsi

'S

-

-

I

IS

=3S

n

«7„ •27'3 tl«".M55«.o

:?S8

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THE CHRONIC1.K.

July 29, 1871.]
Ini|>orta of

Tbs followiu^
•hows

LeadlnK Article*.

Imports of rurliiiii
llin last wmik, siiico

correiipomliiit; iMiriud in 1870:
[The ouautl 1« givuo Id psckageii
B quautlt/

For
the

i,m

\K

•«,411)

5.110

48,13;!

3.10;
21,1 an

UottOD bales.,..

Abbls

7,111

1«,V1II
WXiV

84

37.1K«
•-,tK«

8 148 wines,

446,!'J«

;79.8il

6S2,.1U

ia,!it6

23,2*

8,j49

Arabic...

2,404
4,118
1,T!»

Madder
essential..

21.060

ll«8

Wool, bales

!,S.«

6,815
3.601
Ta,28J

Oranges
Nuts

S«0«

S,«(

Lemons

;.ltiH
ifiSIJ

140
l«
iva

Kalslns
Bplces,

4«
28S

•..•m
1I,9-J9

84,«»

498in

51,530

.?75.4n
7H8,2I6
357.178
167,162
;60',366 ',S9;,289 S,6J» 410
4,199
585,938
301,800
12,201 l.i26.e»i
0,017
8."!;,6r

6S7,5I«

Hides undressed
Rlne

SS.OJi

Ac-

I8,S96

&c-

Fruits,

86.8'.'8

8,309

37,405

$68,651 1,018,885 »jn,oio
53.»tl0
605
88,919
530,91 1,190.416
515
185,334
842.066

Fancy goods....

2j.617

IM

154 880

by value-

1,8431

51,'/!8Fl8h

69,0!ld

113,8!!l

Ac-

Cassia

9V8
20,896
19.5IB

166,SI1
23.103
135,551

336,142

Ginger

260

8,3lKI

Pepper.
2J19 Saltpetre

8^88

2,035

SOS

T«

457.8Ti
1»;,403

299,<W6
113,lll

54,4 1'l

4',iJ6

T8,7aC
130,923

Cork.

1,288

l'!3,261

7l.7.'l

Fustic

401

30.»I4
181,561

41, 'to
192,856

226,809

'Woods-

Jewelry
Watches.........

LIuseed
U,^)ItH«PS

Logwood

4M

..

Manot^ADV

653*1

Kecelpta ot Domeatlc Produce Tor *Ue IVeek

aad

8S,'J«1

since

January 1.
receipts of domestic produce for the week and since Jan. 1,
ftud for the same time in 1870, have been as follows
The

:

This

Since
Same
Jan. 1. itlme *iO.

I

week.
Ik8h»s...pkes.

~4,87tj"

week. Jan.
Oilcake, pkes....

4,926

Flour

86/»<i

Wheal .bus.
Corn
8ye

6-J.'<B

Barley,

Ac.

86'.70i.

Grass seed
Beans
Peas

1,187]

1.659
6,951
181
15,K18

Hemp ..bales.
Hides ....No.
Hops... bales.
t«ealher .sides
Molasses bblH.
Nava: stores-

av
»4,93.

93.553,

93

me

Spirits tiirp.

Kosin....

9,801

Tar

2;<i.»M

SOU

697
63

Tobacco, pkKs...
Tobacco, hhds...
Whlakey.bbls...
33,910, Wool, bales
3n,994 Dressed hogs No.
5,132'

15,5iH
13,128
147,188
7,442

143 .534
13,-; 9S

3.3

13,258
17.50;
114,010

1„5

3,m6

20.907
85 491
49,616
125,2i9
75,973
65,476

110,161

9o39a

8,913
5,016

88.095
90,114

BSOdPTS
1870.

4.5K

Mobile
Charleston

673
895
881

Savannah
Texas

1,584
1.5 R!

Tennessee. Ao..

Florlda
North Carolina
7UB Virginia

1,468.
802:

Total receipts
Increase this year

193
578
10,900
4.28S

I

6,618

Ordinary
Good Ordinary
Low Middling

exports for tbe week ending tbis evening reacb a total of
bales, ot wbicb5,314 were to Great Britain, none to France,
and none to reet of the Continent, while tbe stocks as made
Below we give tbe exup tbis evening, are now 156,002 bales.
ports and stocks for tbe week, and also for the corresponding week
of last season, as telegraphed to us from tbe various ports to-night.

The

'Total this

New

July

28.

O.Brit

Contint

tM\

Orleans..

week.

Samew'k
1810.

3441

Mobile
Charleston

Savannah
Texa*
New Vork
Other ports
Total
Total since Sept.

\jm

1...

5314
231*339

2371
5314
164333

9.T'3»J

127380

SI4,»I9

sales of this description for

per lb.

New
Orleans.

Texu.

I5H'*....

:6X&.....

~5vi77r.

nxa....

l.X®....
i9Ka....
80^®....
81X«....

i7\(a....
I9,S*....
!!%<&....

19

a....

2l>K(9

GoodMIddlInK

aiHgi.

...

21X*..

Below we give the total sales of cotton and
this market each day of the past week

23

«....

price of Upland* at

:

1,819
1,807

,

»..

Tuesday
Wednesday
rhursday

1

Oood

Low

Ordinary.

MIdillng.

MIddU'K

1»X«....
1»H®....
19X»....
19X®....

aoxA,

!5X»....

1387
1,300
1,266
3,021

f'riday

Ordinary.

17.S(sl....

a^%.'.'.'.

\'%Qt....

iilJI::::

I7X®....
17k«...

..

901(S.

ill:?

tne on board)
For forward delivery the sales (including
have reached during the week 63,650 bales (all low middling or on
the basis of low middling), and the fsUowing is a statement of the
sales and prices
For July,
cts.

bales.

.18«

100
aoo

19

200

.19X

100
9C0
SCO

19 8-16

I9W

100
100
100

cts.

bales.
900

!9X
19K

1300
100

200
3U0

19

19 9.16

750.

eu.

cts.
18)4
18 9-16

19 11-16
19 18.16

1300

1»«

1,000

19 15-18

4011

For September.
80O
7i0

I8iW
18 IS-IB

IjrO

MX

18K
1»

.18X
.18 11-16

18 lS-16

..,900

1000

August.

800

1300

100
81,100 total

...ISK
18 9-16

18«
18k

19 5-16

19X
716
19W

For October,
bales.

1» 1-16

800

.til

3300 total Dec'r.

19K

For January.
160

18K

9,750 total

Octob'r.

..I8X

810
ten

18X
18X

For November.

1,700

18 15-16
19

185^
18 18-li
:8j.
18 15-16
19

830.

....19«

8,100.

.19 5-16

5*X)
23ai

\i%
...M%

80O

18 11-16

19 1-16

1300

....!»*

\»H

!,4rt)

19«

1300.

40U
200

1,500

ISS-lJ

aou.

19 II-U

TOO.
100.

..l»}f

For August.
1,400

1300
1300

8, .10

2,400
4,000

iW
19 V16

-

SU>.

600
100
800

t8,w
18 9-16

ISX

±>

KM

total Jan.

For Febniaiy.
ItW

mi

For March.
100

i8)r

3300 toUl Nov'r.

For December.

.I9H
81,6C0total Sept.

.18

116

The following exchanges have been made during tbe week
WW August for 8ii> September, even terms.
SOOJuly for 300 August, iven terms. _„ „
,
M6c. paid to cxehauge 3(10 August forSOO Sepleinl er.
Kc. p8l<l to exchange uOO Deriniber ror20CK)(-li.lH'r.
(lilob. r.
5-lf>c. paid 10 exchange 3«l Deiiniber for 3011
Xe. paid to exchange 100 Oclotier fur 100 brplinil«r.
.

RxDorted to—

Week ending

total

Mlddllny.,

too

6,314

l«T37>

t")orlda.

bales.
62
470

'

1191,™

:

50)
8,v:

The

SCO

18T1.

1

:3»J

•i*"

l.18.44e

Upland and

2300 total July.
Orleans..,

8S1S3»! 13i39l> 682,12S

2S67.T21 144831

February and March.

10

Rec*d this week at-

ini.

81

free on board.
tbe week are 63,050 bales, including
For
immediate delivery tbe total sales foot u|) this week 10,700 bales,
including 3,314 for export, 4,476 for consumption, (JO for speculaOf the above 689 balex were to arrive.
tion, and 3,6.50 in transit.
The following are tbe closing quotations

Monday

:

5810 381311

.,..

727

the past week has been very quiet, and jirices for
all but tbe poorer grades have given away aboul Jc, Middling
Uplands closing to-night at 20ic. against 21c.-lii(*t Fridny. This
unfavorable turn has been due mainly to the less favorable Liverpool accounts, and increased by the weight of our stock, which is
disposition, very natoral
so large tbat there is a growing
toward tbe close of the crop year, to ofTer with more freedom.
Cro[) accounts appear on the whole to be favorable, and if they
continue so another month or six weeks it is feared that the new
crop will come in so freely as to force prices below tbe present
level.
Besides, from tbe receipts, it would appear that the old
crop is in considerable supply yet. In view of these facts there
has not been for many days the same confidence among holders
observable during previous weeks, and yet there has been an
unwillingness until to-day to make any considerable concession
What we have said applies especially to tbe better
to realize.
grades, which are in large supply, and as our spinners are pretty
well stocked up, the demand has been l!mite<l. For forward delivery there has been a fair business doing, and jirioes lor the
Autumn and Winter months have been pretty well sustained
until to-da}-, but at the close prices for all the months were off
from about l@ic. Low Middling closed to-nigbt at 18t for July,
18}c. for August, 18|c. for September, IRJc. for October, IS^c.
for November, 18|c. for December, 18ic. for Jnnuury.aiid 18fc.

Saturday

the figures thus obtained it appears tbat tbe
total receipts for the seven days have reached 10,900 bales against
10,661 bales last week, 15,;i86 bales tbe previous week, and 18,468
bales three weeks since, making the total receipts since tbe first of
September 1870, 3,907,347 ba'.es against 3,84!),090 bales for the same
period of 1869-70, sbowlng an increase since September 1 this year
of 1,118,1")1 bales. The details of the receipts for tbis week (as per
telegraph) and the corresponding week of 1870 are as follows

New

.

.

10

The market

sales.

From

Kec'd this week at-

«BM«7|"

Total

Friday, P. M., July 28, 1871.
Ur special telegrams received by us to-night from the
Boatbern ports, we are in possession of tUe returns showing the
receipts, exports, &c., of cotton for tbe week ending tbis evening
28.

'1

78,...

2,0131

OOTTON.
July

'.310

BTi..

43,31,31

UBl

15,141

195,S50
13,301
55,211
53,026

18370

6,514

U,3.>1

ri.tr'.:

Piteh

3.938

Lard, kegs
KIce, pkg:s

5.255
66

3.060,
8.><.26l|
2.19,919
27.6)."il
21.2361
1,888,639 1,170.3»5|

JS4.573

85,172
149,701
13.705

Starch
Stearlne
Sugar, hhds,, Ac.
Tallow, pkcs

1,8W

38,2JS
2<»,231

S'J

8.')5,816

158314

Lard,pkgs

116,165'
:41,759;

410,814

8397

Ml

Beef, pkga

59.086

123,4311

4,517

57.193

115.508
280,38S

1,180

'70

17,4M

r.742
'.'.'..\

91.:

Total thlsyear...

for

833.049
497,747

49,936

Bgtt
Pork

Same
time

24,718
4,331
42,613

.

Hutter.pkgs...,

Cheese
CutmeatH

2..'il6,SS7

610,631

11,753

r^^p.^1nt

t,8i!.io;
9.663.9581
3,51 .'.Oil

6(B455, l.039,9Sii
110,08!
27.160,

8»3!1

C. meal.bble
Cotton. bales

l!r.

13».448

4S8.l<Sil 3,137 ,061
1,199,061 12.59i).9S3
818,830 3,Sj;,411

Uats

Peanuts, bags..
Provl^ilons—

1.

200
470
12

on, lard

BreadstiitTs—
.liMs.

Since

This

1

6,6M

«I,7W

Florida
North Carolina..
VIrgtnIa
Other ports

Tot»l laat ypa-

a8/,T.',

report'd

3,81" Articles

1.015

30.5n

10: ,27

2,092
6,367
2,597

845,Cinar»
a3.«;8|Corks

8111

Olive

Opium

2,881;

891

Ac

Wines

8ei

Indtgo

20

Cbanipag'e.bks

I8,3t>8|

Ouiiis, crude....

Bristles

39i,12»

eav*!

1,015

A

Waate

3,I14U

a

'i

13I'
s.sut

Hides, dr'>.s8ed,
India rubber
Ivory
Jeweiery, Ac-

388,816

WO

l:,846Tobacoo..

s.i!i
5.lii

16,133

lUMTea

SuBars, boxes
bans

U3C8

New Vork

5I,8i;i

85

5,091

5

80,156

','«8

Savannah
Texas ,.

518

2.818
l.-i,$39
l.-i,$39

syil
Si7

hales

lbs..

8,141

SOl

Soda, bl'Carb...
Soda, sal
Boda, ash
flax
Furs
ttunny elotli
Hair

'.11

uiiiiilfston
51!„-ifJ
lll,a«8,3j;i,oi« a,139,ll«)

bbds, toe

St'.

Oaiulilir

Hides,

Tin slabs,

»U\

Ac-

Bark, Feravlao.
Blea Dowders..
Brlinstonu, tons
Cochineal
Cream Tartar..

stock.

pllts

Suiiar,

!I3C,5(W

ern

Poru.

bars.

l!<,8lu!KaRS.

i,»ii

ColTuti, bafrti

Kortll-

Oilier

rsnrsiFor'f 1-1

.....

fpeltor
Hleel
Tin. boxes

MMf.l

o.gu

pUle

baltona
Cotl.tani
Ooooa, huf*

Hf^liip.

I

KU

Lead,

844,osa

817,118

QluRftwaru

(>11«,

KXCuIii KD SIKCa sKi-r.lTO—

SIN( f

Hardware

G,4:»

Iron,

Kartlii*iiw*re..
Ulasft

Oil,

*c—

tJulliry

IM

Oum,

apecifled,]

mifiKii'Tii

Metals,

Clilua

Droits,

whoa nut olhorwlae

imi.

Duma, (ilaia anil
Karlhtmwarc—

<}la»a

,Iiiiinary 1,

151

From the foregoing stateroeot It will be Reen tbftt, compared
with tbe correHponding wt^k rif Ust seaitrin, there ti a (Wruaae Id
theexportn thin tvKok nf 4,'Jft<l hali'n, wblle tbe stocks tonight are
40,8.'!7 bttlfs »(.//. than iliry w(>r<' nt this time a year ago.
The
following is utir usual table sliovvjng the IsovelneDt of cotton at
all the iwrtH from Hi'pt. 1 to .Inly 21, the latest mail dates.
We
do not Include our telfgrains to night, as we cannot insure the
accuracy or obtain the detail ncces»ary by telegraph.

retiirui

of comninrco
1871, and for tlio

lixvdiiiK articIoB

Since
Jan. I.

week.

House

('ustDin

fr<>iu

ouiu|iili<J

tiible,

tlio foroitfii

at this port for

:

:

3.0M,7«2

9,613

2,I«»318

1811.

1870.

46.271
8,40S
8,088
5,138
18.(51
(S.461
11,000

46,511

15«.002

115465

153W
8,888

5300
8,400
25,900

11300

Weather Keports ky Tf.lkokapu.—Our telegrams, although
there has been rain in some sections, generally indicate an Improving condition of the crop. The excessive dry weather complained
of in our last week's dispatch from Oalveeton has been followed
this week by delightful showers, which are supposed to have
extended over a large surface. Our correspondent states that he
hears some complaints of caterpillars, bat thinks they are o(

.

;

;

:

.

.

1

ittE CHHONICILE.

i52

[July 29, 1871.

The ab<ivo totals show that the interior stocks have decreased dur
than at
week 'S'-M bales, and are to-night 8,344 bales
the same period last ye.\r. The receipts have also been 1,337 balen
in cxcfus of same week last 3'ear.
any great'distance, as the crop reports are said to be more favoraVisible Supply ok Cotton. The following table shows the
ble.
At Selma and Montgomery, Alabama, and at Columbus, quantity of cotton in sight at this date of each of the two past
has
importance. Thermomotor has averaged 86. There
been a continuance of the wet sultry weather reported for several
weeks at New Orleans, rain having fallen on four or five days of
the week but we presume the storms did not extend inland to
little

iiig (lie

?('•«•«

;

MiiGeorgia, the weather has been dry and warm all the week. At
con it has rained on one day, and at Charleston no rain is reported,
but our dispatches from both Macon and Charleston state that it
has been unusually cold. The thermometer at Selma has averaged 85, at Montgomery 87, at Columbus 82, at Macon and Charleston 78. From Memphis we learn it has rained on three days, and
the balance of the week has generally been cloudy. It has also
been remarkably cold at this point, the thermometer averaging
rain
7:1
still it is stated that no harm as yet resulted from the
and cold. Our Nashville report continues very favorable. The
plant is said to have developed finely, with an unusual abundance
:

of bolls.

—

Cotton. Our weather and crop reports have, from week
to week, indicated extremely favorable conditions for the rapid
now have additional
progress of the cotton plant in Texas.
evidence to the same eflFect in the new cotton which is arriving
from that State. Last year the first two bales were received at
New Orleans on the 38th of July, one from Brownsville, Texas,
and the other from the Kio Grande, about thirty-five miles from
Brownsville. Both of these bales arrived in this city and were
sold on the 7th of August, the one at 35c. and the other at 36ic.
This year the first two bales were received, one at Galveston, July
31, from Columbus, Texas, and the other at Indianola, Texas, July
33.
The Galveston bale has arrived in this city, and was sold
to-day at 43c. to Messrs. Botassi & Co., and they have shipped it on
the Cunard steamer " Calabria," which leaves to-morrow, consigned to Messrs. B. Georgala & Co., Liverpool. Judging, then,
from the receipt of these first bales, the cotton crop in Texas is

New

We

one week in advance of last year.
Care in Picking, Cleaning, and Packing Cotton.— The
importance of using great care in preparing cotton for market is
well illustrated by the history of a single bale of four hundred
and forty-three pounds, which was sold the past week at 50 cente
per pound. It seems tliat this cotton was raised by W. B. McShaw, on his plantation in Lee county, Mississippi. After being
picked, it was taken into his parlor, where it was carefully cleaned
of seeds, sand, leaf, bark, and other impurities by Mrs. and Miss
McShaw. It was sent to the agricultural fair at St. Louis last October, and received the first premium, $500, for the best bale of short
staple cotton. It being also entered at the same fair for the $1,000
prize, sweepstakes, for the best bale of either long or short staple,
it won that too.
Mr. McShaw then presented it to the Southern
Educational Society, and by that society it was sent to the St.
Louis Corn Exchange for sale. It brought thirty cents per pound,
and was then presented again to the same society, who sold it at
twenty-five cents per pound and afterwards for thirty-eight cents.
The society once more received it as a donation, and raffled it for
$1,000 sold it twice after that for prices not quoted, and at last
disposed of it to Messrs. Shyroek & Rowland, of St. Louis. It was
then sent to the New York Cotton Exchange, and was exhibited
by the well-known firm of Norton, Slaughter & Co., for whom it
was sold at the price given above, fifty cents, to Mr. Jonathan
Earl, Treasurer of the Norfolk and New Brunswick Hosiery Company, at New Brunswick, N. J. It is the intention of that company to manufacture the bale, making out of a portion of it some
garments for Mrs. and Miss McShaw. It is possible that the fancy
pi ice paid for this cotton may stimulate Southern producers to
improve their methods of cleaning and packing until they obtain
similar results. The dififerent prizes won and prices paid for this
bale have been such that in the aggregate an average of $7 50
has been realized for each pound.
;

—

Gunny Bags, Bagging, &c. During the past week cloth has
been in moderate demand, and prices for Native are without any
importam change since our last, although Domestic is well sold
up and the mills are kept busy delivering on former contracts.
The sales here and in Boston are 350 bales per " Lucy S. Wills,"
at l&Jc.; .500 bales at lOic; 140 bales on spot at IGc. cash, and 135
bales at 17c., CO days. Bags are quiet and have ruled so throughout the week, closing somewhat nominal at 14ic. for 440s. Manila
Hemp opened the week with a quiet market at ll@lllc., gold,
but at the close, owing to the receipt of the news of the destruction of one of the principal producing islands, an active demand
sprung up, and the sales, nearly all made to-day, are 17,000 bales
on spot and to arrive, here and in Boston, closing at IS^c, gold,
paid, and 12i@13c. asked. Jute Butts are in light demand, but
"

prices are pretty firm. Sales are 670 bales per Lucy S. Wills,"
part at 4c., cash, and part at 4c., 60 days, adding interest after 30
days also, 100 bales to arrive per " Cherwell," at 4c., all currency.
Jutes quiet, and we have only 100 bales here to report at 61c.,
currency, and 300 bales in Boston on private terms.
;

—

seasons
1871.

Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock

in Liverpool
in London

in Glasgow
in Havre
in Marseilles
in Bremen
rest of Continent
ifloat for Great Britain (American)
Vfloat for France (American and Brazil).
Afloat for Bremeu (.Vmericiiu)
Total Indian Cotton afloat for Europe*
Stock in United States ports
Stock in inland towns

1870.

699.000
80,062

bales.

589,000
29,734

700

148,810
10,300

.59,149

2.3,317

6.5,000

.

400

79,440
38,200

35,000
59.000
17,810
453
496,903
115,165
34,333

59.000
43,108

.

15,.573

(i07,530

150,002
1,5,879

Total

1.903,643

*TIiis item iucludes nil India cotton afloat for
afloat for Liverpool other than American.

1,550,1 13

Europe, and

These figures indicate an increase in the cotton in sight to-night
of 353,539 bales compared with the same date of 1870. According
to a reJjuest from a correspondent in this city, we to-day obtained
by telegraph the stock of cotton at Providence, which, of course,
is not included in the above.
The figures are as follows: Thirty
thousand bales to-day against ten thousand bales the same date
last year.
notice that the Associated Press disjiatches give
the present stock 37,000 bales.
Below we give our usual table of exports from New York for
the week

We

Exports ot Cotton (bales) from

New Tork since

Scpt.1,1870

WEEK EHDIMQ
Jnly

July

1.

8.

Liverpool

July

Receipts. Snlpmcnts
Shipments

Augusta
Columbus

Macon
Montgomery..

Selma

Memphis
Nashville..,.,..

nna
506
125
43
126
78

.f^.^Q
559
72
173
236
88

Stock. R«ccipta. Shli
Receipts. Shlpmeuts. Stock
9. o?^o
oaq
i /»oy
q ^of
!,850
268
,003
3,439

3,010
1,588
1,995

71

271

284
194
63

1,260

1,108

4,893

153

342

876

97
66
49
387
26

2,391

3,(J38

15,879

964

667

1,234

295
3,344

2,580
3,825
3,790
1,700
6,405
3,434
34,33

prev.
year.

23.

570,174
12,199

216

317,980

6,560

Other British Ports.

Total to Ct. Britain

316,483
1,498

582 373

619

17,784
3

Havre
Other French ports.

605

Total French

6,165

17,737

Hamburj^
Other i>orts

20.926
6,879
21,306

30,773
19,141
8,578

Total to N. Kurope,

52,111

61,402

Spain, 0ijorto& Gibraltar&c
All otiieri*

2,463

Bremen and Hanover.

763

1,809

Total Spain, &c

1,809

Grand Total

826

619

216

.

1,368

643,875

\

399,01

!

The following are the receipts of cotton at New York, Boston
Philadelphia and Baltimore for the last week, and since Sept. 1, 1870
NEW TOBK.

FHtLADELPHIA

BALTIMORE.

This Since
week. jScptl.

This Since
week. !S(
IScptl.

BEOEITTS FBOXThis
Since
This Since
week.lSept. l.||week, ISeptl.
I

I

I

I

I

New

Orleans..

Texas
Savannah
Mobile

2,810]
2.U73'

Florida

139,961
44.721

4,683

.lO.SISS

14,819
40.939
10,373

18,859

4,a39

'355

9,888

....I

426

2,7S9l

572

I

6,756

....

6,62:$

190,8.36i
1.3,«a8l

65

14,295

433

1,742

South ('orolina.
North Carolina.
Virginia
Northern Ports..
Tennassee, &c..

Foreign

1,338
69'
-I

395

143. C80
63.! 18
S 02. 188;

8iO
1,2.37

58,071
92,499*

....:

15,9M

'125

13,2:4
5,63;l

54,275

69]

j

1,160

1.3,915;

247,579

68

],I0:i

17',639

39,395

61,623

542 128,826

707) 51,371

6181 92,159

52

354

|

i-

Total this ycarj
Total last year..

r,850 1,081,888;

8,3-4

Shipping News.

721,158

7,138'388.990)i
1

4,611226,54911

1,052

—

The exports of cotton from the United States
the past week, as per latest mail returns, have reached 23,196
bales.
So far as the Southern ports are concerned, these are the
same exports reported by telegraph, and published in The Chronicle last Friday, except Galveston, and the figures for that port
are the exports for two weeks back. With regard to New York,
we include the manifests up to last Saturday night
Total bales
-.

.

—

time

to
date.

July

15.

216

Same

Total

KXronTED TO

Movements op Cotton at the Inteuior Ports. —Below we New York —To Liverpool, per steamers Minnesota. 232. .Java,
Abyssinia, 102
per ships -lessore, 69
Emerald Isle,

give the movements of cotton at the interior ports receipts and
shipments for the week, and stock to-night and for the Corresponding week of 1870
,-Week ending July 28, 1871.-, ^Weck ending Jalv 28,1870.-.

cotton

als^o all

.

76
68

Neptune, 417.... Cultivator, 404
New Oiii,EANs~To Liverpool, per ships Empire, 1,676
Preston, 2,678
per bark Waverly. 1,602
To Havre per ships Reunion, 3.444
.\tmosphore, 3,006
,
To Amsterdam— per bark \V. G. Pnlnam, 1,294
CuAKLE^TON To Liverpool, per bark Vinco, 66 I^p'and and 14 Sea Island
To Mala'-a— per bark Carmen, 553 Upland
Texas To Liverpool, per ship Lord Dalhousie, 2,414.
jier barks Jane
Young, 1,230.... Wcser, 1,211... .La Plata, 1,642

—
—

—

1,368

6,956
6,449
1,294

80
552

.

Total

'6,497

22,190

our shipping news of last week we gave only one vessel (with 2,517
bales) as sailing from (ialveston for the week ending the 8th of July, some of
our Galveston papers having failed to reach us. There were other shipments
to Liverpool that week from that port (about 1,883 bales additional), but we
arc still unable to state In what vessel or vessels.
* In

:

.

:

:

.

:

-

.

:

THE CHRONKJLK.

July 29, 1871.J
The particulars ol these shlpmeots,
are as follows
N>\v York

^9B«

in our usual for
Malai^n

()rl»an»

I,.'lli8

i,«w

6,tia

13,I11KI

Ul

HO

I'lKul.'stoIl

l\»

•,197

'J'cltts

Total

O.VJl

l,»l

«,-H»

18,901

8S«

OuLD, E.XCHANOB ASD FiiBioiiTS.— Oold

!»,i;ifl

fluctuated tliu

lias

Foreign
past wtwlt l>otn'i>un t!l{anil il2t, ami tlioclogn was 11^.
Tlio fiillowiii;f wore the inil
ExclianK<' iimrkct is lower.
quiitalionH; Lomloii bankers', lonir, lOOJciMlO; short. llOJ^UOil,
Froiirhts closinl at J<1. by steam
an<i Commi-rcial, lOOjfiMODJ.
and ."iliad. by sail to l^iverpool, Id gold by Htuam ami Jd by sail
to llavrc.niul it Hid by Htoaiii to Ilaiiiburg.

By Tkleoiiaph fuom
fp.

c

ti;ilr-*
III

were

port

of wliicli
i ort

fiOO.OOO balei-,

Is

cotton at eca bound to

market

and

opoiieil qnlct

[tloBctl

(lat,

tills

are American. The ntoek of
401,000 bales, of which 50,000 bales are

.WO,!!!*) I)ale!i

U

American.
July

July

7.

July

14.

July

28.
78,000

81.

Tottl ejilos
Sales for export
Sales on st)ticulatlon.
Total stock
Stock of American.
Total afloat

122,000
127,000
09,000
14,000
8,000
10,000
8,0011
83,000
38,000
lO.IKX)
16,0flC
715,000
660,000
OiO.OOO
699 00(1
.
424,000
392,000
385,000
3.SO.0«fl
444,000
488,000
490,000
4(i4,0(X)
American afloat,
103.000
93,000
80,000
50,000
The following table will show the daily closing prices of cotton for the week:
Sat.
Mon.
Tuea.
Wed.
Thura.
Fri.
PrlceMid. Uplands. 9'.a... 9H<&-- 9
9 @9)i 9 (S0^ 9 @...
Orleans.. 9J,|&... 9«®...
9«@9?,' 9^®..
" Un.toarrivo. ...(^
gSl
®...
Trade Report— The market for yaruB and fabrics at Manchester Is less favoralile.

&a^
9«@9« 9H&Vi

@

@

®

—

BunoPE.VN AND Indian Cotton Mabkets. In referenco to
these markets our correspondent in London, writing under the
date of July 13, states

—

LiVEKPOOL, July 15. The following are the
otton compared with those of last year:

Stained

Mid-,
83
19

13

7«
7M

8?.'

7?4

Uplands
Mibiie
N.Orleans&Tcxas

8Ji

^Same
18
18

Mid. G.Mid.M.P.

9«
9X
9X

9
813-16 9 1-16
S%
Ohi
83.,'

8'j'

date 1870-,
Mid. Fair. Oood.

g'd fair— ,-GM&fair-,
2!)
34
38
46
22
24
27
32

Ord. G.Ord.L.Mid.

American

prices of

^Fair *
,-Ord.<fc

Seilsland

Mid.

30
80

SI
21

M.F

G.Mid.

9>,
9',

9>i

10
10

9;i

9%

lOK

9Ji

10><

The following

are the prices of middling qualities of cotton at
at the corresponding periods in the three previous

and

this date

years
1868. 1369.
d.
d.

Midland

«ca Island 24
Upland. ...H.!i

9X
9X

12J<

9J<

1868. 1869.
d.
d.

Midland

d.

23

18

12H
12H

UK

for export

9
9 11-16
9Jf

have been

lOK

Periiarabuco.
£,'yptian
liroach
Uhoilcrah....

commencement ol the year the

Since the

and

1871.

1870.
d.

25

JIobile....ll«
Orleans...

tion

1870.
d.

1871,
bales.

9>.'

8

9

6K
6«

6)i

W%

to this dato1870,
1869,
bales.
bales.
127.360
124,6.30
7.720
25,6.'i0
4,800
14,:«)

1870,

1870.

bales.
55,946
2:i.»7B

bales.
142,700
48,050

3,7T0
4,150
101,793

12,480
447,300

192,&39

181,070

369,630

212,540

319,310

491,2t>2

E.

Indian

.

;

;

;

pretty freely.

To-day there was some depression, under peremptory orders to
and ocean freights being rather firmer. Fair to prime Spring
sold at $1 3o@l 43; Ued and Amber Winter, $1 36@1 44, the latter for old, with choice new selling at $1 40.
Corn has fluctuated daily, almost hourly; receipts have been
large, but have been met by a brisk local demand for speculation
and consumption, and the chief depressing influence has been the
matter of ocean freiglits scarcity of room and high rates have
checked shipments. To-day prime mixed opened at 09c. and closed
at C8c. yellow, however, was firmer at 73c.
Rye is still dull and nearly nominal. Barley and Peas gut of
market. Barley Malt iioi active, but lias a steady sale at full prices.
Oats were depressed to GO@Glc. for ordinary Western cargoes,
under a pressure to close out the stock in store, but they quickly
recovered to C3@63ic., but to-day the market closed at C2@624c.
for Western, and 69c. for wliite Ohio afloat.
The following are the closing quotations
Flour—
Wheat, Spring, new.buahtl 30® I 4J
Snperflnc
1 &5@ 1 .38
¥ bW. $5 00® 5 40 Ked Winter
Extra State
5 70® 6 10
Amber do
1 406r, 1 46
E.xlra
White
Western, com1 4(® 1 60
mon
5 60® 6 00 White California
^
Extra and double extra
Corn, Western Mix'd,
68® 69
Western & St. Louis.. 6 25(3) 8 50 Yellow, new
71® 73
"" "
Southern shipp'g extras. 6 00® 6 25
White.
1
Southern,
trade
and
fl«® 1 00
Rye
family brands
7 00® 8 75 Oats
6S® 69
Rye Flour, super & extra 4 25® 5 50 Barley
®
Corn Meal, Western and
Malt
1 SO® 1 40
Southern
1 05® 1 25
3 60® 4 20 Peas, Canada
The movement in breadstufl's at this market has been as follows
-RKCKIPTS AT NEW YOBK.-EXPORT8 FROU NKW YOHK.1871.1871.
1870.
Same
sell

;

;

|

658,130

71,790

67,570
19,910
6,710

.

.

V.K

1871,

5.3,780

Indian..

Actual
e.xp'tfroni

outportsto date-

610

W.

b%

transactions on specula-

810

Brazilian...

SH
8

8

bales.
2B.%7i6
86,422
7,607
4,266
179,171

22!.li«ri

d.

93i
7Ji

9>i

'— Actual e.Yp.r
from
Liv., Hull k o ther

American...

1871.

12?,'

:

^-Taken on spec,

Egyptian

—

baloii
Including; 1,000 balon for export nnd
dalen of the week liavu beeu 78,000 bales, of which 8.000
taken for e.xport and I.^IHK) Italen on tipecntatiou.
Tlio stuck

The

iilnlioti.

7.!K)0

;

;

LivBiifoor,.—

M—The

LlTXBFOOL, July 88— R I*.
with salea amoniitlni; to 8,000

hare been lll>eral, but ft large proportion
from new Winter Wheat tbeno have
been dull and deprt'sscd, but (lotirs from Hpring Wheal, and
especially good shipping extran, have been scarce and wanted, and
with an advance of sixpence in Llvor]>oo1, have advanced l.'»@25c.
porbbl. Thus while prime extra State brought $fl yesterday,
good family brands were lo Imj had in abundance at $7@7 25. The
receipts of all grades have been less liberal towards the close, and
to-day the market was again higher
lines of fair to prime shipping extras si^lliiig at $5 80(V/,() 05 Superfine advancing Z.'jc. per
bbl., and Southern shipping extras were salable at $0<yi(0 50.
Tlie receipts of .Spring Wlieat, both here and at the West hare
become quite su.all, and with a bettor and rather pressing export
demand, prices have advanced ilcl^lc. per bush., with a considerable
reduction efTectcd In stocks on hand. But the new crop of Winter
Wheat is being marketed quite freely it will be seen that
receipts at Baltimore, Toledo and St. Louis are quite liberal, even
at the low prices current.
The sales in this market have been at
about the prices of Spring Wlieat thus yesterday No. 2 and No.
1 Spring sold at $1 '10@1 43
new White and Amber Winter,
$1 40@l 44, at which prices exporters have been able to buy
III" ir>'i|itgof flour

of the HiippliiH liavo been

Tolnl.

l.ate

N,«

wrMiij^

Amatordam.

Havre.

Liverpool.

153

.

Total

For the
Flour, bbls..
C. meal, " ..

evening

Wheat, btt8h.432,0:W

last

Com,

SALKS, ETC., or ALL nESCRITTIONS.
Sales this week.
Total
Same
Ex- Speculathis
period
Trade. port.
tion. Total.
year.
1870.
.

American. .bales. 42,650

1871.

1870,

43.o;o
5,170
4,870

28,460
5,080
3,?50

Egyptian

West Indian, &c.
East Indian
fc Total

17,510
5,300
4 5.30
10,970

i,610
1,000
160
130
8.870

19,S«0
15,580
1,060

1..540

6.30

9,210

11,080

80,960

Brazilian

7,770

38,230 126,980 2,4*1,640 1,745,390 63,880

510
1,550

64,820 1,4TO,780
34,090
2.58,570
6,240
1:J6,380
5,170
.'i8..360
l«,aiO
498,220

902,000
182,220
88,050
84,6

534,810

-Imports.

To
American

this

date
1871.

To

Brazilian

6,268

Egyniian

1,780
2,709
8,777

Indian, &c.
East Indian...

1870.

269,172
159,815
49,780
806,502

810,130
98 8a5
26,702
348,367

25 418 2,581.632 1,602,816

663,4.52

3,542,041

439,809

"1,199,06112,590,983

"
Rye,
....
BarleT,&c " 26,707
" 84^,830
Oats

The following

date

3,.'!82,414

JULY
bbls.

day.

1870.

1870.

320.270

109,71(1

120,970
58,720
26,160
62,700

69,0.i0

84,720
902,139

44.090
11,720
147,480

28,150
39,760
20.550
180,550

3,258,282

660,640

592,610

—

Chicago..
.Milwaukee

1870.

bales.
145,66 <

bales.
79,262
171,772

S8,8&1

29,7.34

1871.
bales.

..„

Toledo
Detroit

Cleveland
St.

Louis

Totals

FniDAT

p. M.,

l''8,4ia

Prevlousweek
Correspond'g week,

"

9
18,399

TnE

"70.

'69.
•68.
•67.

WEEK EHDIHG

22, 1871.

Wheat.
bush.
(60 lbs

)

Corn.
bnsh.
f5« lbs.)

Barley. Rye
bnsh. bn»h

Oats.
bnsh.
(a-l

lb".) (48 lbs

July

28, 1871.

)

12810

(Ml

1* a
45,995
9.510
2,300

172.:).'S6

l,2!»6.fiS3

801,083

19.186

79.609
18,450

28.'>.2:!8

174,(;75

.34,807

8,313
180

12,999
57.960
264,895
88,686

2,747
9,960
176,595

10,126
11,870
173,170

5,1C3

9,099

19.946
8,909
15,748

66,908
51,718
»S,»70

1,0»,91T

98,358
793,771
99,988 1.050,760
48,969
701,179
28,817
806,510
89,923
404,378

1,679,816
l,499,ni9
799,477
880.903
688,812
1,078,080

819,1183

881,354
376.169
129.886
104.124
104,465

85

046

^99S

8.228
1,780

15,089
17,78o

Comparative Aooreg.vte Receipts of Flour »nd Grain at the
same ports from Jan. 1 to July 23, inclusive, for four years.
1871.
8,515,619

1879.
2,806,953

Wheat, bush

18,626,789
81..312,015

81,097,893
17.858.567
7,656.580
968,876
579,840

19.901.114
17.589,913
7,295.118

47,561.362

45,8n,TW

Flour, bbls

Oats, bush
Barley, bnsh

The whole market has been very unsettled and irregular during the past week. The abnormal features peculiar to the ter
mination of a crop year have seldom been more conspicuously dis-

1,019.305
45,758
9,875,151
211,207
65,734

1,401

Corn, bush

lls.(iM2

126,454
80,002

BREADSTUFFS.

played than at^the present time.

^

Duliith

237..383

18.

(196 Ibs.l
...
19,142
14,110
23,169
8,«80
4,875
38,430

378,780

191,7.37

1869.

to July

tables, prepared for

Flonr.

and stocks
1

1.089,982
8,996,887

RECEIPTS AT LAKE AND BIVEB PORTS FOB THE

Dec. 31,

3!ia,090

1870.
1,655.991
390, 5tH

9,499,386
5,601,028
49.018
81,896
13.653

276.604

62.5(K
608.565

29.170
1,863
457,781

l,016.l'37
7.!,0»4

2..306

Since
J«n. 1.

week.

Cni«ONici.E by Mr. E.
H. Walker, of the New York Produce Exchange, show the Orain
in sight and the movement of BreadstuQs to the latest mail dates

—

Imports, January
Deliveries
Stocks, July 13

34,(118

I41,7.'>«
9,(ili3,958

Same
This

Total.

Of the present stock of cotton in Liverpool 59 per cent is American against 54 per cent last year. Of Indian cotton the proportion
is 9.50 per cent, against nearly 25 per cent.
London, July 15. The cotton trade is firm, and prices are
rather higher. The following are the particulars) of imports,
deliveries

1,812,107

-Stocks..

this

date

10,88.s 1,737,286 1,092,723

W.

1,K29,448

,

For the

Since
Jan. 1.

week.

12:j,431
8.i:i7,064

49,000

This
week.

Total

Average
weekly sales.

,

86.094
1,659

.

.

For the

Since time Jan.
Jan. 1.
1. 1870.

week.

The following statement shows the sales and imports of cotton
for the week and year, and also the stocks on hand on Thursday

Rye, bush
Total grain, bosh

7,945,415
796,084
682,448
6s!a63.721

Shipments of Flour and Grain from
Toledo, St. Louis, Cleveland and Duluth
Iuly23, 1871:

1868.
1,900,753

8,301,5.38

614.678
686,898

.

9,496i810
31.118.886
6,4«3,23l
461,785
389,947

»7,800,t»3

Cliicago, Milwaukee,
for the week endirg

.
:

:

:

THE CHRONICLE.

154
Floor,

Wheat,
bnah.

OaU,

Corn,

hhls.

bnf»b.

•St. Louie not included In 1869

and

10.8M

6,2.5:3

228.210
170,735

540,015

663,400

'69. 68,717

8,903

8,481
2.968

500

3,.383

1870.

1 to
1868

1871.
2,148,880

1870.
2,044,632

1869.
2,676,575

bush.

15,47&57S

16,271,427
11,161,120
3,488.692
402,270

15,473,853
11,347,889
4,590,289
192,312
561,714

Corn

27,7 4,427
4,631, 41

Oats
Barley
Eye..

37ri,674

307 435

810,.353

48,585,450

Total

31,073,'62

33,166,057

RECEIPTS OF FLOUR AND GTIAIN AT SE.VBOAUD PORTS FOK THF.

WEEK ENDING
bb

Boston
Portlftutl*

....
101,8(i3

7,945

16,794
15.870
18.493
31,370

Total

194,5.38

Week ending July 15. 161,841
Week ending July 8. 169.691
Week ending July I.... 160,782
Week ending June 24. 1.53,676
.

.

.

.

.

.

Week ending Jane 17.
Week ending June 10.

.

.

.

.

170.363
.177,519

bush.
229.065
12,478

911,700
106,111

34.3,111

...

•.;

And

bush-

....

....
1,54,8.30

520
14 100
22,000
44,074

3,000

5.800
2,200

1.559.854
1,322,065
1,43 ,1.53

,322,2:M

3 625
5 623

f.noo
7,350
16,491
3,100
3,400
9.507

490
579.709
778,921
984,168
1.015 491
993,213
793,564
1,154,875

1,118,910
1.284,1.36

1,200,286

New

8,9.56

1,500
3,050

10 650
10,821

Orleans from Jan.

to

1

Oats,

bnsh.

buh.

oush.
153,148

in store a^

bnsh.

4:32.492

9415,500

40,000
1.042.000
1,132,720

In store at
In store at Duhuh
lu store at Toledo
In store at Detroit

1S0,205
24.000

:30,6.59

•In store at Oswego
In store at St. Louis
In store at Boston
In store at Toronto. July 15
In store at Montreal, July 15
*(n store at V.illadelphia
•In store at Baltimore

3.'J0.0O0
8.5,0.52

3.159
27,865
317,466
95,000
85,000
641,081
132.283
696,179

canals

week

Afloatonlakes

ToUl in store and in transit July
"

"

6,1M

2,700

01,.552

.33,301

192,900
13,311
120,000
78,699
134,233
4 290
71,319
60,000
65,000
2,116,158

20,637
4,719
15.000
20,150

1,157
'i"r6

24,0.57

2.3,681

53 56'i
6,810
2;,ooo
29,000
75,843

18,9

i8

200
2,000

7,78()

23.5,455

6.5,931

1,636,841

41,315

60

7,88S..3:38

22,'71 4.945,7.54
15,'71 4,814 414
23, '70 6,':5%S87

July
July
July 8
July 1,

bush.

bush.

15.000
273.000
516.292
1,000,000
46.027
298,199

Milwaukee

•

656.8i5

90,487
84,346
202,288
102,968
99.914

8,355.902

94.3.961

4,361,101)
8,4!!0.6 16

'71 6,06.5,988
'71 5,095,267

1,905,084
1,013,561
1,367,331

7,498,090

any violent changes in prices, but full former figures were sustained
without difficulty and occasionally sellers gained a trifling advanIn fact business seems to be settling down into a good
tage.
heal hy channel based solely upon the legitimate wants of regular
dealers, and void entirely of any speculative excitement or manipulations. Advices from the interior indicate a good healthy condition of affairs, and with a fairly attractive stock to offer, and
prices certainly not

expect a satisfactory

extravagant, our operators very reasonably
movement during the approaching autumn.

Tb9 entries direct tor consumption, and the withdrawals frou
bond, showing together th^ total thrown on the market for the
week were as

Jav:\

...-.

Maracaibo..

f ol

lo ws

4.717 pkcts.
8,136

pkKs.
p \i%.

I.Sli

i)k»f8.

T.^MJO

^mgs.

4,8i!6

4,1.7 mats.
2,217 batre.

:

Laguayra

..

Other
Sugar, Cnba..
Cnbii

Porto Rico
Other

3,167 br,gR.
951 b IKS.
7,039 bites.
4.930 hhds.
2.»J hlHls.
3,395 hlids.

Sugar, Brazil.
Manila, &c..

M'las'cs.cnba
Port Hlco.
•

Demerara

.

Other.
•Hhds. include bbls. and

....

bags.

9,000 bags.

506 hhds.
f53 hhds.
1,358

hhds.

39 hhds.
tcs.

reduced

Imports of tea for the week at this port have included 300 pkgs.
indirect importation. Of coffee, 13,510 bags Rio and Santos,
15,550 mats Java, and 2,397 bags of other sorts have arrived. The
receipts of sugar have included 3,33') boxes, 5,701 hhda., 5,009
bags, and 5,579 baskets. The receipts of molasses are 3,010 hhds.
The stocks in New York at 'late, anc importB at the five leading

by

porta cince Jan,

1,

249.313
288,716
489,253

tsi.m

:l

44'.>.584

689.579
235,642

1870'.

258,612

1871, are as follows

:

Total.

Japan.

Green.

13,715,815
938

1871

13,775 888

8,4"1.!37

14,647.2.59

7,-«6.li06

1-J.782

35.89:!,090
34.666.2i'8

The indirect importations, including receipts by Paciflc Mail steamers via
Aspinwall, have been 16.715 pkgs. since January 1, against ;39,697 last year.

COFFEE.

fore

the

regular

close

of

our

\)ids

fall

last

trade

report

sets

The Rio telegram noted

in.

had the

to

efl'ect

induce holders

previously refused, and the resnit was a pretty free

the
accept
of stock.
at

to

movement

There was no concession from previous rates, and a subsequent more careful
review of the advices from the point of production and the general situation
here brought about a firm and confident feeling throughout, with some withdrawal of the most desirable stocks to await a further improvement, as close
calculations still fail to reveal a margin for profit on current importations
Baltimore has also shown much activity, and the distribution from that point
has met a goodly proportion of the country orders. Java has been dull the
stock is ample, with a tendency to accumulate, and prices favor the buyer on
all grades.
For West India styles there has been a moderately active call
from the regular trade, and the market ruled firm on anything desirable, with
holders somewhat indifl'erent operators. Sales of 19,065 bags Rio and Santos,
4,000 bags Maracaiho, 1,600 bags Laguayra, 500 bags Jamaica, 725 bags SavaAbout 16,000 mats Java have been taken from
nilla, and 196 bags African.
Sales at Hampton Roads to
stock to cover various lots recently jobbed out.
come to New York 4,216 bags Santos; and sales at Baltimore of 11, 085 bags Rio.
Tlie imports this week have included 2,290 bags Rio, and 551 do. Santos, per
steamer "La Place:" 7,205 bags Rio per steamer " South America ;" and 3,464
bags Santos per ''Sjogasten." Of other sorts the imports have included
15,656 mats Java per ^'Alcyone," and 2,.396 bags Ceylon per " Nehemiah
Gibson."
The stock of Rio July 27, and the imports since Jan. 1, 1871, are as follows :
;

•'

......
VHri )nB
Coaree Rio...

23.742

New

Friday Etentso, July 28, 1871.
Nearly all the leadinfr articles embraced in this review have
shown some animation during the week, and, in a few instances,
In no case has there been
the volume of trade was very large.

,

375.2,*!

8.15U

98,5

and some parcels are now under negotiation. Japans have also sold to some
e.vtent, but buyers are a little inditferent on these unless pretty easy terms are
allowed, and in many cases they are accommodated on the old crop. The new
crop has brought full figures. Sales of 3,660 Greens, 16,000 Oolongs, 6,575 old
Japans, and 1,800 new do. to arrive.
There have been no imports of tea this week. The receipts indirectly have
been 360 pkgs. by steamer, and 77 by rail overland.
The following taule shows the Imports of Tea into the United States (not
including San Francisco), from Jauuary 1 to date, in 1871 and k.70

In Bags.
Stock
Same date
imports

GROCERIES.

oreea
Japan

2S".»:i4

hhds.

Estimated.

Tea, black....

123.-J12

appears just about as strong and confident as previously noted. Jobbers have
continued to distribute with some freedom, and reports from the interior
seem to indicate that consumers are likely to continue their purchases to an
extent sufficient to keep a fair outlet open for several weeks, and this induces
firmness. On the other hand, however, it is claimed that recent move,
mentsbave been of such magnitude that buyers will not require any
stock
for
some time to come, and that a lull must occur be-

„
Rye,

,

bush.

Hail fihipments for

89,305
82 .'533

mt

3Sl,i'52
30-1,805

8J,42!
37.7:6

ie.m

March

„
Barley,

Visible Supply of Grain, including stocks

Amount on New York

r,,^7

39.697

7S3

The general market has undergone no very decided alteration on values
since our last, but has in some cases shown much activity, and the feeling

the principal points of accumulation, and the amount in transit by
rail and on lakes and on New York canals, July 33, 1871
Barley.
Oats.
Com.
Wheat,

In BtoreatBuffalo
In store at Chicago

187C

W.IIS

22,.339

.537,015
6,622,968
bushels.. 43,700,074

'

In store at New York
In et^re at Albany

1.

54,666.20.'!

91 ',"53

Black.

312,182
246:543
352,279
335,040
315.821
684,943

l..'i69,627

24, inclusive), 1871
Corn,
Wheat,
Flour,
bush.
bush.
bbls
14,43i,:)81
22,015,432
4 269 435
'
Total Grain

The

January

1871.
S5,?93 090

We have a much larger movement to record this week, and a more encouraging tone to the market than at the date of our last. The line trade has not
greatly improved as yet. but jobbers seem to feel confident that the distribu"
tion must soon begin to increase, and arc disposed to prepare for it. Some
jobbers, as noted before, hold a fair supply and assortment from old purchases,
but this state of afl'airs, of course, is not general, and others are obliged to put
themselves in condition to enter into competition for consumers' favors. The
principal movement has been in Oolongs, but there was a fair call for Greens,

625

205,600
63,000
119,413

44,300
82,000

since Jan. 1 (excepting

1670.

baffs.

Molasses

No report.

•

pkgs.
hags.
bags.
boxes.
hhds,

Coffee, other

Eyei

Barley,
bush.

Oats,

Corn,
bush.

bush.

s.

87,700
24,911

Montreal
Philadelphia
Baltimore
New Orleans

11)9.

Rio

"'^ff'fte

JUI.V 33, 1871.

Wheat,

Flour,

At

New York

Tea
Tea (Indirect import)

at learlinK ports

since

!

TEA.

bbl8.

Flour

ew York Imports

>"

1871.
....

tliree years.

July 33, inclusive, for

In

at dat

Sugar
Sugar
Sugar

CoMP.\BATivE Ship.ments from the same ports from Jan.

Wlieat

Stocks

hiiab

T.SSO

40.3,765

•71. 9(i.265
828,462 1,872,2%
'71. 94,435
284,072 2,124,565
910,715
'70. 8t.l05 1,100 82:3

rteckordinijJuly 22,
Week endini Julv 15
•Week endiSg luV23.
*WeekendiugJttlr24,

[July 29, 1871.

Rye.

Barley,
bn^h.

bn«h.
107,246

.

York.

60,523

7,654

4.116

89,423
386.182
400,06a

1871

lnlS70

Of other

Phlla- BaltlNew Savan. & OraldelpUia. more. Orleans. Wohile. veston.

37,9i)7

80,1X10

....

1,5110

ports since January

i, 1871,

14,805
....

New

sorts the stock at

Java and Singapore
Cevlon
Ma'racalbo

LHgnsyra
St. Domingo.
Other
Total
time, 1870

«

Import,

t...

•84,:39
9,006
43,990

8.876
9,004
11,735

17,517
4B,9.'!2

Same

87,776

Includes mats,

27,

44 879
20,802

123,5.52

84,602

8,702

and the imports at the several

were «> follows:

New York-,
stock.

In bags.

388.835
269,664

York, July

Total,
172,790
124,923
914.053
733,832

a,5lH)
i.OL'O
ll.'JOO

Ac, reduced

Boston. PMIadel. Bait. N. Orle's.
imnort. import. Import. Import.
"""
•60,992

'

•1,962
1,030

S g
CbC

15,386

27,'.78

233

85,697
49.140

4,.577

720

"722

1,729

249,350
179,121

56,2S9
59,662

19,100
5,452

1729

9%

4,109

tAIso

to bags.

7,85!
7,.584

42,867

249,843

mats.

SVGAR.
The demand

for

Raws has not been very

active, except in the

way

of

one or

slight spurts, but the general aggregate of business proves- very good for
the week, and the market throughout has shown a strong tone. Indeed, there
was some buoyancy, and the previous decline on refining grades fully recov-

two

Aside from this there is nothing of any great importance to advise on
the position, operators in the majority of cases advancing about previous theories and adhering to their opinions closely. Buyers of all classes are unwillered.

ing to operate until almost guranteed that their invoices can be esoid, either
raw or refined, to early advantage, as they see no reason for any decided
increase of cost, and naturally think it useless to carry goods; while importers, equally certain that no decline can be established, are by no means anxious to realize, and refrain from offering samples until there is a positive call
for goods. The stocks on hand fluctuate somewhat, but the tendency of late
his been rather toward a slight increase. The Trade have bought with a fair
amount of freedom, largely in clarified goods. Advices from the South indicate a very favorable condition of the domestic cane in all the sugar-growing
sections, and a probaliility that of the standing crop very little will be lost.
The Jfew-Orleans Picayune estimates the yield at between two hundred and
two hundred and twenty-five thousand hhds. Refined advanced early in the
i

tfask on a demand, taking

etocli;

about as fast as

it

was produced, and the

I

:

;

lu-tlvr nt
hw .Incc ruled quite Ann. with the raovonient «tlltPorto Blco.
hh.N. Cul«i, l.TIW hli.l..
the clo.o. Th.- Ml.n of Itaw liuliido I.ISO
B«rl.adop», 4Mhliili'.
DM hbds. St. Croix, l,JO» hlidi.. MarllnUim', 3Mlihd..

market

Demerara, 650 boxes llavaii*, and IH) hhdii. Mclado.
Import, at New York, and ttock In (Irxt hand-, July
Cuba.

bu.
.

.

tnb«.
'lih

i.

"lilinii.

I,l«

'.<'"

•7;M»

?4,n5
M,7l»

J1.»18

i»l,S.»

S7,

wero

ait

follow*

»!,<»

W.TOO
•3.M5

iM.aae

ILIKil

148

Import*

•iDSU

i

S.l

same time 'TO lt»,7:8
kime time '69 10.:jl]
ol Susar& ITIolansea at

The Imports
from January

'hlids

131
2.247
4.SH)

771
20,49

75,5U
i.nss

9.79.-I

9,l«l

2.982
S,398

3,5«6
e.i^i

«,I0O

3J91

'.0

SOO

leadlns porta aluce Jan. 1.

^

'Hhds.--

.

206,1111

long.

18WI.

111 '.^M

mr.t.m

iii2ia«

iii.mi.;«
i3.2S"IUS

ujmaa

ia.'jt9.Hi4

Japan

ll.I'V.VH

l(i.9<il.lu>

lU.giil.nt

7.I»!,.S2

i,mjK»

Tutsi

45 13il.8!a

42.71.499

42,e);,S9«

1871.

roflTeo.— Messrs. Wright ACo.'e

lilo
July

2S,7l6

492,217

439,3M

5S9.5;9

441,531

23.1..'42

853,612

of the supplies of desirable goods to arrive have been bought up and brought
under control, and owners are now quietly and confidently awaiting the time

be called upon by jobbers and small dealers and grinders to
distribute. Pepper is held at extremes, and Nutmegs and Mace also very Ann
In a wholesale way, but some odd lots of the latter are occasionally to bo
f onnd a little off regular market quotations.
Among the Jobbers there is a fair
bnt not active movement, with former prici'S ruling, and the market generally
shall

In a steady condition for all qualities.

FRUITS.

&C.

been a very quiet one the past week, and
sales have been mostly of small lots to the Jobbing trade, except Almonds,
which are fairly active, the movement being at lower prices, bnt the close being
again firm. Layer Raisins have sold only in small lots at $2 35 invoices
probably conid be bad at very much less The advices from Malaga are that
the present crop will be a full average one, and of superior quality. Prnncs
have been in light demand, but holders are pretty steady, as the accounts from
the growing districts are not very favorable. Currants have ruled dull, and
prices are about as before reported. Sardines are In fair demand, but not
changed In price new are coming in fairly. Nnt.% excepting Almonds, are
quiet and unchanged in price.
Foreign Green are in fair demand for Oranges, with steady prices ruling
sales are made from store at (6 S0®7 00 per box ; Messina do $7 00. Lemons
are in only fair demand, and good supply sales are from store at $3 50l^ 60
per box ; and Sorrento $5 00 per box. West India kinds are not plenty, bnt
the abundance and cheapness of Domestic restrict their sale, and prices rule
low. W<- note sales of Baracoa Bananas at $1 50 per bunch ; do Cocoannts at
(S0 00®25 00 per thousand, and Havana Sugar Loaf Pines at $13 00 per hundred.
Domestic Dried rule generally quiet. Apples are held steadily at 7X®7Xc
for prime quarters. Peaches arc not plenty, and when a buyer wants a little
Blackberries are coming In, in small lots,
lot he Is obliged to pay a full price.
and we hear of sales at 10c per lb for prime. Pitted Cherries are not plenty
and we quote at 18S.%c. Peanuts are qnict and prices are not'flrm, though
for Foreign Dried has

;

;

not quotably lower.

Domestic Green— Peaches lead this market; receipts the past week have
been very large and almost daily increasing. To-day we noticed 135 car loads:
the quality is very superior and sell well. They brought this morning from 50
to 75c per basket at wholesale. Messrs. Romain A Powell, of 141 West street,
have received anew variety called the Mountain Rose, which in appearance
and flavor are considered superior to any other now coming to market. Apples

from the South and some very flne sell well.
Blackberries are plenty, bat other kinds are about over. We qnote Lawton at

—

&

$5 62@tU.
Exi)ort« to United States since Jan.

1

1871.

1870.

W7,«6«

Pieuls

1J«,00«

The following shows

the quantity of Sugar afloat tor tho United State* at
last advices, and which lias not yet arrived
Piculs

For.

Ship.
Al>l. 15. .Great Admiral
Apl. l'i..Fonnosa
Apl. 2.')..l!oldenlIlnd...
Apl. 28. .Isollna
Apl. 30..Aune8ly

May

I

(139 lbs
22.002
2i,u(U

For.

Ship.

May 90..Endymlon

I

June
9.WD June

3.

j

I

I.

May

4,800

"

9.6U)i

Boston

.Mch. 25. .Cora Linn

.Surprise
.Geo. Treat

IS..

Velocity

2j..Xlmroni

4.$0

23.. S.G. Glover...

Total plcnls (of 139 IbsJ

8,000

1«.778

PRICES CURRENT.
The Follovrlns are Ruling (liiotatlons In FIrnt Hnndii
On the Purcliaae or Small Lots Prices are a Fraction

to fair
do Superior to flne
do Ex.llne'tonncst....
Young Hyson. Cora, to fair.
Super, to line.
do

Uunp.

&

40
60
80
40
60
OO
53

Fx.nnetofluestl
Imp.,

Com

to fair

Sup. to fine..
do
do Ex. fine to Rnest.l

Hyson Sk. &
do
do

Tw

C. to fair.

75

(^

al

freely

ADVICES PROn PRODUCING
<if

Messrs.

Aug. Heard

*

IflARKET.S.
Co. give interesting facts

in regard to the openinii of the Tea season at ail llie China ports, as well as
sonic statistics in regard to total export of Tea for a nimber of seasons past

SuAXoii.tE. June 12.— During past month the market for Congous had
opened at Hankin. and total settlement thus far had exceeded same time last
year br about 30,000 half chests. The quality was slightly inferior, but the
largo demand bad raised prices 8®4 Uvli per picul (5^4 cents per lb.) Tho

do
do

15

@
®
@1
9

55

10
30

Common

do
do

80

31

Bone.

&

80
(0
7U
<S1 00
55
7S
<a

«

«
«•! a
« la
a 75
m ana

8s

Com

to fair,
Sup'r to One,
Ex. f. to Hnest.

do
do

®
a

to fair....

Superior to One,...
Kx line to Onest
Cong.,

paid-..

a

55
55
<5
75
45
60

SupVloflne...
Ex. f. to finest.

Oolong,

90

70
00
($1 4>
40
50

^

Dnty

H. Sk. & TWkyKx. I. to Onst
Uucol. .lapan. Com. to lair..

,'i5

Sup. to One. 45

48
«o

Coffee.
Klo Prime, duty paid

go'd. l.iKaiSK
gold. 1IV@15
gold. H!<®H)i
gold. J3>i>iiil3^
gold. 13 aa)

do good
do fair
do ordinary
Java, mats ami baes
"

•

Brown

20

Native Ceylon
Msracaiho

i
I

Lnguayra
Domingo,
Jamaica

;

St

i

I

®22

gold. 15xai7
gold. 13 9:6X
go.d. 14 alSJK
9>KaiU
gold. 10

In bond.. ..gold.

tUA

i

Sasar.
Inf. to com. refining...
do fair to good refining
do prime
do fair to good grocery....
do pr, to choice grocery...
do centrifugal, hhds. A uxs.
do Melado
do mo. asses
Hav'a,Box,D. 8. Nos. 7to9...
do lOtoia..
do
do
i to 15..
do
d
do
d'.
do
'to 18..
do

Cnba,

New Orleans
Porto Rico

new

T>

gall.

SX®

i'^

Hav'a, Box, D.S. Nos. 19 to 20.
Havana, liox, white
Poito Itlco.rennlnjr grades...
do
grocery Krades

i

?Ki3 >V
^%ra

»IOX

10

ufanUa, hags
White Sugars,

!

tH®'KI
8

9t^
9J;

(ft

®

9

12)401814
9
10
8

10v®i:k
UXOli'X

I1K4UX
13>40,,..

1)H9....

inolaaaea.
Cuba Clayed
40^
c.")

9S
31
85

i

CnhacentrlfUKal

61)

Sim

4o

English Islands...

I

^12%

12

Powdered

I

9;4

AH
# 9>t

74^0 9
I2H«....
I2!4I»UK

A

do
do n
do
do extra C
Yellow fugars
Crushed and granulated

i

910X

10

12;<«ISX

.

Brazil, baps

:OXaiC)«
9>td]ln

S.V4

Cuba Muscovado

040
031
048

Rice.
Radgoon, dressed, gold

bond 3>0 JH Carolina

In

8

i

a

9

Spices.

—Af

Cassis. In cases. .gold
.

Cassia in mats
Ginger, Race and

1> lb.

do
<

(go^d) wxm
82H Pepper, In bond
do Singapore & Suma'ra lt)!.r4
tOK Pimento, Jamaica
(god) 8S'0
1 31H®1 5ll
s;.0
do
in bond
/o
92)«» 100 CloTes
do
inv«
93 IB 1 W)
do
In bond.... do
5K4
32

s

S2><,'(%

gold)

do
Mace
Nutmegs casks
cases Penang
do

8)<9

—

I»
173^

8^
8)<

H

•

Froits and Nats.
Balslns,Seeaiess,newVmat.s 60
do Layer, ISnO. V box. 2 35 ®
IS
do buitans.V s>
Valencia. V n
io
8tOa
do Loudon Layer
Currants, new
* ». 8H9
43
Citron, Le^i-o'" (new)
Prunes, French
Prunes. Turkish
7X0
?<
Prnnelles
Hates
7
Hks. Smyrna
* a. 13
7 ^
Cherries German
8 60
Canion Ginger, case
,

Almonds, Langucdoc
Tarragona
do

do
do
do
do

17
15

»

Shelled. (Spanish

V

hi.

box.

I
,

do

Barcelona

I»

Afllcan Peannts
Walnuts, Bordeaux

I

I

'

—

1

I
I

Peaches, pared

do

15

nnpared,qrsAhlTC

Blackberries

31s
18)4

I

I

.. .
2X0
--•^
3X0
3X4
8
IXf

Sal Soda, Caak
Saltpetre....
.

.

4)4
91

I

»

»

».

...

17

• ^
?!
IIM* U

'

!
.

7?

>X*

••••I

W •

„..0.
do > 90
com. to fair do ITS
do
Wll.j['dtobeat do SOO
do

Peanuts, Va,ir'd to

bnsb.

(bejr

Madras
Indigo. -Madras
.. 4<*
81sal

*<>

n

SO

M

48

gold. 12
IS
gold I 00 iX

mid.

•»

wJ

Largaslaw.

13
II

i
J

do Manila
Cord.*e, Manila.

32

IB

Calnbra, Imitation
"
genuine

Madder

....

..0

.

8

....Cherries pitted
....
Pecan Nnta
33
Hickory Nuts

18)40

a

lIX

in
11

Macaroni, Italian

lyireCraek.bestNol Vbox....
DOMESTIC DRIRD FRUITS.
Apples, SUtc
9». 7
7)(
Western
do
....
do
Southern, common S A
20
prime
4
do
do
sliced
„. 7i<0
7H

»>

80

Bnlphnr

wpiomSalU

II

3 25
9
49
18

W

4!V9

Borax

CwtllsSoant......

,

Grocers' DroKs and Snndriea.
2X0 .... Sic. Licorice

Soda (Bng.)

Copperas
Camphor. In bbls

Brazil Nuts

rilbens. Sicily

16

29

Vqr.bux.

Alum

'

2 <0

17

paper shell

Sardines
Sardines

Bl-Carb,

17

Ivica
Slcllv.soa shell..

8(8H0c per quart.

Tea.— The circulars

"

Co.'s clrcnlar of June 3d
IVfaulla Kiisar. Messrs. Peele, Ilnbbul
states that dry kinds of Sugar were In demand, with the price still advancing.
Contracts for fortnight previous amounted to 00,000 piculs. For Brown, $4 45
per plcuI had been offered and not accepted ; Current and Superior, $4 Pt®$5,
according to grade, and Extra had l>ecu settled in some cases aa high as

;

more

'

»,II00

'•
atdatc
Stock
ExchnnKe, 23d.

do

rather quiet since our last, not altogether for lack of
demand, as buyers could be found, bnt mostly for want of desirable stock
with which to operate. About everything on the spot and a large proportion

In

ban,
"

Tea.

The market has been

are coming

90400
tiJOOt

.

M.OOO

^Diity palrt^

SPICES.

The market

tjmjUi

'•

Hyson. Common

Ttfittl

iQcludlUK ttercos and barrels reduced to hhds.

when they

ii,4Mjii

says:

7, 1H71,

Loiiillug

laa*.

i>,7M.m

WMnfiU

33JiU.Uj
St^Ot,'.*)
tlMI.WI
telegram, dated Rio de Janeiro,

Sales of Coffee for United States since July la'
"
''
Shliiinents ••

2I.M2

m.m

tm.

1870.
1^.671,911

iiiKk

orien....ib8. n.*«,":i

28..W1

'

on«,
i.iitin
iir-t jjiiK.-N
nf iirw rrop Teas,
"re obHlined fifr si-ttlements.
The Sr>t
thus far. The pres«uit steamer at SJu
en. of which SU.OIKJ were Japans
that conI

Illelici.

'ALiTS

Total

ttas

p

•

l,7n

of suijar (inciudiiif .Melado). and of .Molasses at the leading ports
1871, to date, have been as fohows
.—Molasses.

Uultlinore
New Orleans...

i

-

i

cansed by the desire of i»ii
so that full and even exd
srrlvals here proved the i.
IVanclsro broniht 21,no(, Ilk - ..r
signed lo New York will hr ii^re ahtMit Aug. 7.
Total export to i:iilieil siiiis, fnmi nil China and Japan, for the foUowlDK
seasons, year ending Jiiinr 1

3-.,326

10,199

bbls

t<r,\.

New York

YoKAiionA. June**.— Th

t

'

'

them forward Jti.t In a4eoi-(I;tt
Amoy. June fi.— The arrivals nf

1,

Boston
PhiUdelphla...

I

i

hhils.

•hhds.

331

TS.Wl

In first hands.,

Mm,

;,'rt'»ter

;

•hhds.

Block

pt« of Oidong Tejis to dale exceeded same lima
t-. '.Ihi- iliiir.-i iiitlr.'lv "r-iw Country"
'-.
ht; lesf sbowlBg
>vorlug to briflg

'||"

cxIilhtL a '|ImIii>
care in prepHiitti.iti.

f;it

iniirkrt

Porto Rico, and 182 bbls. New Orleans.
The recelpU at New York, and stock in drat hands, July ?7, were as follows:
Demerara,
Other
N.O
P. Kleo,
Cnba.

week

..'>

tireen Teas was reriorted 'i|M>nefl at the IntA*
ndvaiirn In prices, and a marK<xl Improvement In qiial'

- E^rlit

it.-.r,

abont formed
There has been a little bn.lness doing In forclffTi grades at
or even to amount to anjrates, but the demand sllll falls to become general,
shows a conthlnu on any one particular style, and the market throURhout
Increastinued dull tone. The majority of Importers do not find their stocks
rather Indising to any extent from current arrivals, and are, In consequence,
posed to display any anxiety to realluc, yet at the same time all are willing to
enter Into negotiations and would he likely to allow easy terms to quick or
liberal buyers. The demand has came from rednera picking up a little stock
for boiling, though one or two purchases were also made by gniccre In a retail
way. For domestic the demand has a;:aln proved moderate, and In the absence
of any leading wiles the market Is somewhat nominal, though most of the
advantage Is on the side of tlie buyer. Syrups are a litUe more active and
correspondingly steady. Sugar House Molasses has declined somewhat, but
there has of late been a little more inquiry. We quote at 17c. in hhds., and
SI in bbls. Sales of 88» hhds. Cuba Muscovado, 300 hhds. St. Kltta, 760 hhds

this

iiinrkrts, nt n

musters of *hich proved very go<id

nOLASSES,

sincejan.l
same tlm^ ISTO

i-i*>i

:

14).UU

tao.TM

165

^l.lii

..ill

WJ«I

Rtock In l\r»t hands. ^. 8.0.. time isg......*^,*

•

:

Moyune and Teenkal

nuirkrt for

imil

other. Braxll. Manila.* c.VeUlo
••'••
hhilK.
'hhil.. bag..
I>«ji«,

P. Rico.

J,«7ii

S.JM

ilnceJanl »)<,IU
" lamii llnie, '» IS7,ISJ

Imports

:

THE CHRONICLE.

July 29, 1871.]

Imports thl« week

)

;

MandN. jjHf

05
19

:

THE CHKONICLK

156

8-4 27-274, do 9-4 32-324, do 10-4 37-37i. do 11-4,42-124, Pepperell E
fine 89 13-134, do li 86 12-124, Pocasset F 80 94, Saianac fine
86 13, Swift River 36 8J,Ti?er27 8.
S3 12, do U 86 ISJ, Stark
Bleached Shketinqs and Sbiktings are not in very general
rcquett, but Bome sales of the better qualifies are effected at full
36 16}prices:
Anicelioag 46 16^-17, do 42
16J-16, do
36 1 84, Ballou A Son 36,
5
Androscoggin L 36,16*. Arkwright

THE DRY GOODS TRADE.
FniDAY, p. M., July

28. 1871

A

quiet tlirougbout the week, with a larger
attendance of out-of-town buyers aud some improvement in the

The market 1ms been

A

jobbing movement, which, however, remains unimportant. Thore
for
is some demand from the larger buyers in Texas and Alabama
cotton fabrics and the various classes of goods suited especially to
The high prices current on raw cotton
the Southeni trade.
encourage a better feeling among Southern dealers, and the pros,
pect is favorable for a good trade with that section during the
coming season. Advices Irom the West indicate a good degree of
prosperity in the agricultural districts, and salesmen have taken

)

36 174-19, Blackstone
16, do 33'
30114, do R 26 94. Clarks 36 1S4,
Boott B 36 144, Jo
Fruit of the Loom 36 17, Glolo
10-4
iJwii,'lit D 40 184, EUerlon
27 71, Hold Medal 36 14,Great Falls Q 86 164,Hiir8 Se nap.Idcoi 36 IG,
Hope 36 14, James 36 16. Lonsdale 3f. 17, Masonville S'' 17, Newmarket
36 184, New York Mills 36 ?.l, I'epperell 6-4 24f.27, do
86 IS.UticB 5-4 27i, do 6-4 874,do»-4 524,
10-142 42it, Tuscarora
do 10-4 57'-574, WaltliamX S3 12, do 42 164, do fi-4 27-27 i, do 8-4 3282J, do 9-4 37-374, do 10-4 42-IV4. Wamnulla 36 20.
PnisTiNO Cloths are in gotd demand with prices tending upward.
Printers liava been purchasing liberally, and there is also Bonae specuSaks of spot goods and for dtlivery as iate as Octobar
lative inquiry.
14,

Dartletle 36

36

amount of goods from dealers in that
although there appears to be no disposition on the part of
retailers generally to make immediate purchases.
The market remains lirm in all classes of fabrics, but not many

64x64's.

full

January deliveries at

PuiMS are quiet with a moderate demand but small offerings. We
quote American ll.V, Albion solid 11, Aliens 1), do pinks 12 do purples
lU, Arnolds U.j, Atlantic o4,Dunneirs II4. Hamilton 11, London mourning 10, Mallory pink 12, do purples Hi, Manchester 114,Merrimac U
fancy 12, Oriental lOJ,
pmk and purple 124, t'"
dk. 114, (111
pink
I'acific
14, Richmond's 1 14, Simpson Mourning I04, Sprague'a
12, do blue and White II4, do shirtings 10, Wamsutta 8.
I'o -^ "'i
Canton Flannels.— Brown— Tremont H 124, ''" ^ ^i.
22, do
244, Everett 18, N.ashua A 15
do Y 17, do
19, do
''°
do
22, Arlington 144, Eureka 14, Ellerton P 174, 'I" M.
IS4,do T 164,do A U'4, ilo
N 22, do O 19. 'Bleaihed— Trcniont
26, Everett 194> i^almrn Falls
234, do
Y 184, do 21. do
21, do NN 27, do
19, Pembeiton Y 17, EUerlon P 19, do N 24, do

W

W

1

—

and the principal buyers during the
past week have been the large retailers from the West and SouthWest, with some inquiry from the more important Southern cities
Brown aud bleached goods are held on a firm market, with an
upward tendency, though it is believed that there will not be any
important advance on the current prices. Agents are charging
up goods on orders as fast as they are received from the mills;
but the immediate demand from jobbers is not important, and the
number of new orders placed is comparatively small. Canton
flannels arc also sold ahead of the production in some of the more
popular brands, aud agents are delivering on accepted orders.
Colored cottons are quiet, but firm and unchanged. Prints have'
baen opened in limited assortments by the agents for nearly all
brands, and are held at an advance of lo. on the Summer quota
tions, with the exception of Pacifies, w\iich remain at ll|c.
CochecoB, Merrimacs and Gloucesters are not shown in dark styles
to any extent, and quotations are nominally unchanged.
Domestic Woolen Goods. There has been gome improve
nieut in the demand for heavy woolen fabrics, aud the finer quali.
ties of cassimeres are held at a slight improvement on previous
quotations. The medium qualities are quiet at the moment, aud
prices are without notable change. Flannels are moving fairly
from jobbers, and prices are buoyant, an advance being realized
in some instances over the quotations of a week ago.
Blankets
are quiet. Linseys are selling fairly at full prices, which have

—

Woolen

shawls have been opened in moderate assortments, at an advance
of about 23c. on last year's prices.
FoitEiGN Goods.— The offerings of dress fabrics are more
liberal, and some trade is doing.
The most activity is in staples,

more popular regular
much the same as last
French, English, and black and

dlpacas selling especially ,well in all of the
brands. The offerings of other fabrics are

plain satteens and shot poplins form the chief features of the new stocks, and are held at an advance of 5@7Jc. per
))laids,

'-•''

XXX

XX

X

WU

XXX

XX

X

XX

class of cotton fabrics as yet,

effects.

for

:

Collections are coming in freely from the interior, and jobbers
report few inquiries for an extension of time.
Domestic CorroN Goods. There is no general demand for any

new

.

7S@7^c.

accumulite moderate stocks.

few

—

have been made at 7J@8c.

changes in prices have occurred since our last report, the revision
of quotations being about completed. There is a marked scarcity
of many fabrics, botli cotton and woolen, the direct result of the
curtailed production in 1870, when so many looms were stopped
by the protracted droughc. The present production is heavy, and
as soon as accepted orders are filled, manufacturers will be able to

white

16,

XX

section,

year, with a

WT
IS ),s Bates XX

J,

AA

orders for a cousiderable

not experienced a further advance since our last report.

[July 23, 1871.

H

31.

23, do 60 224. '^° 12 264, do 10 21, do S 16,
do 11 22, do 16 274, Cumberland II4, Jos Greers, 55 154, <^" ^^ '*
Kennibeck 20, Lanark, No. 2, 94, Medford 13, Mecli's No. A 1 29.

Checks.— Caledonia 70
Denims.— Amoskcag

25, Bedford 144,

Beaver Cr.

;?4, Manchester

heavy 24, H.iymaker Bro.
'

20,

AA 20, Columl-iao
AXA 22, do

Otis

HUSO.
CoKSET Jeans.— A raofckeag 1 34, Androscoggin Sat. 1 5 J, B ites 1 0, ll vc24, Lacnnia 134 Newmarket 9J.
retts 134, Indian Orchard Imp.
Cotton Bags.— American f 32 511, Great Falls A $32 50, Lewutoa
1

*32

60, Ontarios

A

J37 60, Stark

BaowN Drills.— Appleton
14, Pepperell

It,

Stark

A

144,

A

J37 50.

Ameskuag

14,

Augusta

14, Pacific

11.

Steifes.— Albany 74, Algodoa 1C4, American 12@13, Amoskeag
Sheridan A 10, do Q 104
liV3-18-19,HamiUou 18-19, Hayimker
Uncasvilli! A IS-H, Whittenton A 16,
Anioektag ACA 29i-30, do A 21i-?5, do
'I'lcKiNGS.— Albcny
B2('|-21,do C 18|19, do D 17, Blackstone Kiver Uj, Oonestoga
extra 32 2i;.J 22, do dc 86, 24f-25, Cordis A.AA 23. do AOK 27, Hamilton 2!, Swift River 114, Thorndike A 14, Whittendon A 25, York
80 22i.
Glasgow, 13; Gloucester.
OiNaa.M(S-0lyde,lll;Earlston,extra,
Hartfud, 12; Lancaster, It; Lanca!2' Hadley,
Hampden,
Park Mill?, 14.
Pequa, I24
shire,
Mousskline Delaines.— Pacific 20, Hamilton 20, Pacific Mills prmtcA
armuri'B 19, do Imperial reps 234, do anitine 22, do plain asorlel
1!^,
do do Orientals 18, do do alpacas 21, do do
colored armures
corded do 2.'4'
Lowell Comniiny's ingrain are quoted at tl 30 for extra
CAttPETS.
super S-p'y
super, 2 nios. credit, or lest 2 per cent.,iO days ; *I 55 for
andfl 624 fir extra 3-ply; Partford Company's* 15 for mcliuni superand *1 624
fine
«11 30 for superfine; tl 5.5 for Imperial three-ply,
Brussels $1 90 for 3 fr., «2 00 for 4 fr. and
for extra three-ply
*2 10 for 6 fr.
,

.

—

—

;

;

—

;

;

;

—

I

•

;

IIHl'OHTATIONS )F lK\ «001)S AT rHE POKT OF NEW ¥OKK.
The importations of dry goods at this port for the week ending
July 27, 1871, and the corresponding weeks of 1870 and ISCO,
have been as follows
ENTERED TOP CONSUMPTION FOR TUB WEEK ENDING JULY
1869.

Pkes.

1870.

.

Value.

Pk-Bl'

87,

1871.
1R71.

.

Valoe

.

Valiu',

$082,415

989
$434,414
yard over last year's prices. Alpacas are about 5c. per yard Manufactures o' «oi 4,0fl-l
$434,063
40(;,«r,2
1,409
391,381
1,432
citton.l,.301
308,147
do
higher than then. Velveteens are in fair request with moderate
616,110
727
296,.322
358
677
5.51,917
JiUk
do
209,074
1,154
218.724
sales, but no important inquiry is reported for silk velvets. There
1,092
280,124
flax.... 1,069
do
2iy,-35
5S2
139,674
610
li;2,113
is a fair inquiry for woolens in stock, but transactions are re- Mlscellan'Aas dry goods 481
stricted by the limited stocks in first hands.
Importers hold
5,410 $9,214,286
4,181 $1,480,488
4,622 $1,797,594
ToU
moderate supplies, but the bulk of the goods coming in now are
SB AND THROWK INTO THB HARKE r DTTBINS
required to till accepted orders. Prices have not advanced here mlB-ilAWH FROM WABEHOn'HE SA»B PERIOD.
1
as yet, although goods are costing more on the other side. Im82-1
.375
$139,532
$319,270
$218,033
629
Mannf actnrers of wool
porters could doubtless obtain an advance on goods on the spot,
71,314
66,957
184
234
73,172
cotton. 261
do
86S07
91,746
78
82
121,713
silk....
89
but there seems to be no disposition to establish higher prices
do
244
119.9.V)
57,636
555
58,.386
302
flax...
do
just now, and we understand that there is little probability of
126
14,195
14,424
169
33
15,837
Miscellaneous dry goods
any material rise before Spring fabrics are marketed.
1,007
$368,9.34
$611,317
VVb annex a lew particulars of leading articles of domestic
1,31R
1,869
$490,171
Total
5,4!0 2,214,286
1,480,488
4,481
1,797,.594
Addcnt'dforconsn'ptn 4,622
manuiacta-o, our |)ric«s quoted being those of leading Jobbers
liBowN BaiKiiNcs AND Shirtings are selling moderately in full Total th'n upon m'rk't. 5,933 $2,287,765
6,417 $2,583,220
6,350 $2,091,835
.

.

.

.

1,5.38

.

:

pnckngee, »t the anntxed qotatioDS
Ainoekeag A 86 13, do
B XA 12i, Atlar.tic A 86 13-13^, do D 36 12, Ho
li, S6 l2i-!8, Appleton A 8<i ISJ, Augusta 36
12J, do SO 10+,
B,..|f<.ril U .<0
9J, Boott O S4 U.Cof ifi</in,'cal(l) O 27 ej. Urafion A '/V
S.Urtit FiiUsM 38 114, J'" S S8 ll,lri(iiau Head :;B I3i-I4, do 3U 1'lli.li.ilian Orcharo, A 41) 14. doOsT 12}, Laconia () :;'J
!'2i ij.i
R7 12, Lawience A :<« 1
H, Lyman O .S6 ll^, do E 8>! IS, Medlord 36
38 124,doll36 13i-14, do K40 15-lBi, Newmarket
12i, Nashua 8ne
A»9 12, Pacific extra 86 13,doL 86 12i, Pepperell 7-4 24S-25,do
:

BNTSBBD FOB WABBHO08INe DUBIKS THE SAMB PERIOD
Manutacturersof wool.. 1,130

do
do
do

cotton.

407

Bilk....
flax....

1.16

323

Miscellaneous dry goods

113

$444,567
110,998
175,794
97,270
23,148

898
373
113
591
255

98,473

403

$.568,312
137,208

179,f^69

281

.394,943

115,878
22,099

432
93

122.044
38,283

$913,997

2,775
5,410

$1,560,7.58

8.185

1.3,475,044

$468,179

1,4T2

1'.

T«tal

2,109

$851,777

Addent'dforconsu'pln 4,022

1,797,594

Total cnlcr'd at the port. 6,731 $2,649,.37t

2,2.33

4,481

6,714

1,4S0,488

$2,334,485

8,214,280

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July 29, 1871.]

Texas

lUBuranoe.

Transportatton.

EgUITABLE

GREAT

Oardfl.
iiinDoN D. nninni.i.

JIXIH \SDVOKL>.

167

ASSDRANOE MOCIBTV Southern
Eastern Texas. LIFE UF TIIK UNirSI) BTATB8,

North

CoIlocUons miele on

JAMES AKRfJCKLB

Axsptii

CO.,;

dc

JoHcmion, Tcxn*.

Wll.I.IAM

.

UVDK,

1).

JAUKS

•

•

.

•
.

YOllK,

16,000,000

NEW

1,E>UU,0UU

Viiel'iesldeill.

w. ,LKXANiiKli,'W Vlcc-rres't,

UEulIGK K. PHII.I.II-.H, Aotnary,
8AM"K1. noilKowi.. Secretary.

WILLIAM ALKXANDfclt, AU'tSect'y.

BA88ETT,
BASSBTTDANKEIiS.

'"C"»">NI>. and Points on
f ? I'Siif- from fo:t of Cortlandt street,th* Cout
At9.5flP.M.
lork aiid Philadelphia line, l.y OKKAl vl» New
HOUTH.
Kl!s .MAIL HOI ItJ ll:Al^. ffir Kiehmon.l, New
1"'

MiscellaneouB.

I'orrespondcnts:
;

Urculiaiu. Tuxas.

J.
93
6!i

J. 0.

HVKaarr,

W. VON KOSUNBSBe

T.

C. R. Johns & Co.,
TEXAS liAND AGENCY
ItANRIXO £ KXCIIAKGE.
AUSTIN, TEXAS.
I'.ir.'ii

M

K<

Ml) Ht'U rcdl

!>,.'

'

:.il

L

^^^

V

pjiy

Guvunimuiit^

NEW YORK,

»1 Franklin street

BOSTON.
PHILADBLPUIA.

Franklin street

241 Cheetnut street

make coUecciona.

oud exbcaioTrasu.

Co.,

BANKERS,
TKKMINl'S OF CKNriiAL KAILRUAD

STATIONS.

„
NEW

WASIllNOToN

Fori

&

OtlM Coiupany.
BatcH mig. Co.,

Columbia

lUre. Co.,

AndroKCOKsiii ITIIIIs,
Continental nUIIa.,
Warren Cotton KlUla,

Laconla
Boston Dnck Co.,
Franklin Co.,
TItorudIke Co.,
CordlM nmii^

Qallliiolls,

&

Fort

Jackson,

TVAOO, TEXAS.
ItBFERiEXCKs

Avn CoRRKsi'oN'nKN'CK :—Ncw York

&

&

l.anlor
Co., David Dowg
Co. Clncin*
Niiliunal Itaitk. Merchants National Hank.
orleiins: Louisiana Xational Hank, \Vhek'33 Ht
Co.
rratt. Hankers. Galveston : T. U. Mc.Mahan

Wlnalow,
;

Kiri^t

NfW

&

610
741

Ar.
066 Lv.

COTTONSAILDUCK
And all kinds ot
COTTON CANVAS, FELTING DUCK, CAU COVKRlWO.nAOOIN(t,UAVKN8 I) trCK, SAIL T WINKS
&0. "ONTAUIO" SKAMLhSS BAOa,

"AWNING

STUIPES."

Also, Agents

,..13 9
...

Cotton and Southern Cards.

A fall supply all
13

&r

Co..

MONTGOMEUr, ALA.,
I

Widths and Colors always la stock

UANKINCi HOUSE

NO. 25

connissioN mEaoHANTs.

MOlillE
NE.> Olil.EANS

Bank,

JACKSON, MISS.
TUOS.

ItRLM

E.

...President.

VAN HOOK
Cashier.
A BAKK OK' DISCOUNT AND DBP03IT.

M. A.

Mew York Correspondents

M. Morgan's Sons*

&

Davis

Freret,

BE A ESTATE BROKERS,
ANDfSENERAI. I.AMU AGENTS
I.

For Ule

BIPPI.

5

LuUlslANA, TEXAS,

St,.le< ul

ALABAMA. &c.

Si.CUAIlLE^

ST.,

NEW

SlibSIS

OliLEANS, LA.

Co.,

GENEr.AI.

itiercbiant,

AND
Cotton Factor,
MONTGOMEHY, ALA.

Hawks
stock

H, Castlciiak,

&

Castleman,

Brokcm riiiI Real

Estito Azenta

COLliMltUS. t>KO.
Securities OoM, stocka. &c. lionds
0( every duacrlptiou. buUKlit and sold ou coiumlsslou.

Oorcmmcnt

&

Brothers,

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA,
Car GottOD, Oralo,

*c.,

on Conunlutoo.

i5(U

'

Intermediate

p.m

WW

am.
a.m.

111.111

IXivjn.

-M

a.m.
».m.
5J0 p.m.
5.44

**

"

iJ<i

a.m.

]>oiiiis.

t tliai.ffe carM for Nashville and New Orleans. No
chance Irom this point to New Orleans.
Chance cars lor Mubili, via M. 4(0.1!. IL— All Rail.
I
(Ctian>;e cars for Memphis.
'• Chuii};e cars lor Vick.burff.

YATES,

General Eastern

I'ast^enKer

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP

A^ent.

COMPANY 8

THROUGH LINE
California & China,

and japan.
THROUGH FARES-NEW YORK

^j^

TO

BAN Fr.AKCISC0,
$ia5 to $150

...
......

Oh I51U and

SOtli
fall

previoas.

^(;o

of Each niaBth
on Sunday, then the day

One hundred ponn'ls basrirafcc tree to each adult
Medicine and atte<. dance It.-e.
Dt-parturc ol Ijlh touches at KIXG-^TON, Ja.
Rti-amer will leave Ban Fianclsco 1st cTery month for
China iiud Japan.
F. r frelKhi. ..r passa-re ticket", and all farther iDlof-

malon,

).pply at the Company's ticket olllce on the
wbarl, foot jf Canui i.t.

F. R. BJ.BV, Aeent.

for,

For

on cumiiiUslon.

Liverpool,

(Via Qncenstown,)
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.

INFOHMATIGN furnished, and parcliascs or excliauut'S of Securities nmdtj for investors.
NEOOTtAflONS of Loaiu, and JTorelca £xohanze
eflected.

THE LIVRRPOOL AND GREAT WF8TEBN
STEAM cuMP.-vlW will dispatch one of their ant-

&

class lull-|>ower Iron

Higginson,

as follows

BnOEERS IN

Sell

——

MIvNfS'iTA.t apT. W.Krceman..Au>;.

lUAHO, C»pialu

on Commlulon tbn Bonds of the lollow-

Cabin

Iny Itallroads

Price

aepl.

SO

M

S
l',>

P.M.

M

8

PM.

11

A.M.
PJJ.

3

0.

paasaire, tSOgold.

Bieei a4<e passaite, tofllce No. 20

Broadway) $30 CUN

rency.

CUICAQO, BUKLINQTON AND QUINCT KAILUOAl) AND lT8 BltAKCHKB-S per cent.

For Itelght or cabin

passaire apply to

W1LLLAM8 4k OUION, Mo. C W*U«.

BURLINOTON AND MtiJSOUKI RlVttlt BAILBOAD
(IN IOWA)—3 per cent.
BUItLISOTON AND MiSSOURI RIVEUBAILROAD
(IM NBBUAsKA)—Spercent.
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH AND COUNCIL
liLt'FFS UAlLUUAD— and 10 per cent,
MIS-'OUUI HI VKIt, FORT SCOTT AND GULF RAU.-

BOaD— 10

WEUNES9AT

COLORADO, Capt.T.F. Freeman, Aug. 3,at
WI-CO .^IN, Capt ^^illlams
Aug. 9. at
NEVADA. Captain
Ans.16.at
WVoMINO.Caiit. Whlnefy
Ani{.»S.Bl

GoTernment Secnrltlca, Stocks, State
and Railroad Bonds,
NO. 6 BUOAD 8TUKET,
Buy ftud

screw btcumshlps from

PIER No. 4« NORTH RIVER, EVERY'

MUSC0GE£
raANUFACTOIUNO COmPANY,
COLVMBU8. OA

tl

Reynolds

"

40 p.m.

;

ties,

Arnold,

W. N. UiWKS.

8.00

* Change cars for Atlanta, Macon, MontRomory,
Selnia, West Point, Enfaala, MobUe, Savanuali, aoti

DIIDKIW promptly executed, for the purchase and
sale of Gold also, Government and uther Securi-

Chase

oonmssioN

1

"

pju.

ajw p.m.
1'4J6 p.m.
4jrj P.HJ.

"
"
"

"

aju,

**

am.

Ar. S.a5

am.

"

'

.13.V^

except when those daj s

NASSAU STREET,

received rom Individuals, Firms, Banks
Itankcrs and Corporations, subject to check at
sl^lit.and luterustuUowud al the rate of KouB per
cent per auTiuui.
CfiUTlKICATEB <)F DEPOSIT Issued, bearing FotTS
per ceui latertst, p^yiiblo ou dtimaud, or after
lixed dates.
COLLKGTIONS made on ill accesBlble points In the
United States, Cauiidii and tlurope.
Dtv^dciuls
and Coupons also collected, and alimost promptly

taxes, collecting rents, etc.

S.

4M

Pteamcrs of the above line leave PIER N.i.42 NORTH
loot of Caiiul bireei, at Uo'clock, noon.

Prompt attt^ntloii tclven to buving, selllnj; and isas
Inv of plant itluns and other real estate, paying o(

D.

5.44

6X»p!m.

UrVtU,

DHP031T8

accounted

e./I

•

CHANGE OF SAILING DAYS.

Off

&

"
*
"

rics for the trip.

(Corner of Cedar street.)

State

»«

6.1'J a.m.
9.00 p.m.
" lit.is p.m
' 1.28 pja.
» llli ajo.
**

Aceordlcg to location of berth
Thpse rates include berths, board, and all neeewa-

15 I^lnpeuarU Street.

d:

Geo. Opdyke

OTTON BDTINO,

Capital

B.IO p.in.
&.'0 a.m.
9.00 a.m.

Ar.

Lt.1!.4u p.m.

...lOM

First Class
Steerage

United StaleH nuntlng; rompany^

Rignev

"

MONIllOMEKY.. ...IW

To

Manufacturers and Ot^alcrs In

&

Reese,

tM

K.NOXVlLLE

Polhemus,

O

BANKEHS,

nati

SH

J. B.

Late (Jasluerlst Nat. Bank

|

..

BlilSTOL

"JaCKSoN
ATLANTA
MACON

OKOKea w. .Iaokson,

I

Tries.

BOVTU. so'o soars.
Time.
Time.

Lt. • vo p.m.
h-m.
" IJ.5.1 p.m.
" 6JN a.m
" 1.11 p.m.
**
R-.5 p m.

JHItAN 1) J U.NCT.ONIIOT
UMt a.m.
-MEMPHIS....
...11511 Ar. iM pan.

BrinckerhofF, Turner
J.ale

289

OOKDONsVll-LK..

Groeabeck, Toxas»
Wn. A. toar,

oca
Mllce.

YOIiK

tCOHINlH

Peppcroll mi^. Co.,

Co.,

&

Orleans, Mnblle, Meui;>lils, CliattariooKa, NashvUltt
Atlanta, llacun, and liiieruiedlaic points.

DLEVKi.A^D
ata
tCHATTANOOUA ... 830
NASHVILLE
l.TOl

AQENTS FOR

taxes and adjast

chiliiid aKi^lnst tlio

;

Leonard

L.

J.

R*»tftlc,

Land and money

'

'V'

*

S.& E.Wright & Co.,

KisnT,

R. jonNft,

New York

Lot -re

&.

Brenliani, Texan.
HouRton — KlMt Natioiml Hank;
GalroMoii -Hall.'.llntohliiKB ft Co; Kiw Orleans— I'lkc,
Brother & (' >. Si^w York— Duin-nii, Sherman & Co.
SaylCK ic. BaHMJtt, Atty'N at Ijaw,

TO

ORLRANS, mEnPIlIK, ANC
nOHLLK—ALL, RAIL.

AI.KXANDKIt, President.

('.

IIKNUV

CO., M. V. UttrrwpoudonU.

WGNSOX, rfBKlKS ^

oT*r

liK'oino .

UANKKIt-',

NKW

BIIOAllWAY,

I'M

BOccMlblo points by

all

Mail Route

per cent.

M.xirvAonKSiM or

I.EAVENWOUTH. LAWRRNCB AND GALVESTON
liAlLKoAU— lOporccnt.
SOieetinKs, Drllllnss, Tarns, Rope,&c.
FORT WAYNE JACKSON AND SAGINAW RAUr 1 O.r. SWIFT, Prcat.
W. A. 8 WIFT, 8«e. 4k T
KOAD— per cent
11

1

tl

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168

[July 29, 1871.

Insnranoe

Inourance.

Financial.

OrrlCE OF THE

OFFICE OF THE

The New York

ATLANTIC

Mutual Insurance

Pacific

Co.

Insurance

Mutual

BUILDING,

176

BROADWAY,

Naw ToKK, January 12, 1371.
JW-THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT OF THE

Conipanv Is puolished in conformity
with the requlremtiuts of Section 12 of its charter;
Outptauding Premiums. January 1,
affjurs of the

Nbw

Tops. January

Trnstecs, la conformity

The

t

26, 1871.

Prem'.nms received on Marine
January, 1870, to

1st

Premium o
<

Slst

Irom

December, ISJO.. »5,270,C90 09

marked

Policies not

i

Ktelcs.

affalra

Premiums received from January
1 to December 81, 1870, inclusive

481,840 67

Total amount of Marine Premiums
$591,761 71
This Company has Issued no Policies, except on Cargo
and Freight for the Voyage.

No Risks Iiave been taken upon Time
or upon UuUii or Vessel*.
Premiums marked

off Ist
2,155,733 64

January, 1S70
Total amount of Marine Premlams

17,486.413 73

off as Karned, during the
porlod usa.iove
$506,753 79
Losses aNd Expenses, less Savings,
ZA^^5 70
&c., daring the a ime period

Pal'l for

lioittru

I'lemiums

42,670 02

Tbo Company has the following
Assets

Policies have been issued upon Life

Ho

Bisks

Cash

nor upon Fire Risks disconnected

•

In

Bank

$76,5'!2 85

cd Slates and other Stocks.. ..
Lo^ns oiibtocks Drawing interest.
Uiii

417.918 3j
2.2.510 00

with Marine Risks.

Premiums marked
1870, to 31st

Premium Notes *

Off Irom 1st January,

December.

1870

Losses paid during the same
$2,253,590 39

lierlod

Bank and

Reinsurance and other Claims due
the company, estimated at

2.377,350 00

217,500 00

Company, estimated

and claims due
839,352 03

at

2,069.915 95

Receivable

Bills

.. $14,183.9^3

pril iifvt

(iHV ol

By order

TUVsTKES
liillesple

Fran is Moran,
Theo. A". Morris,
Stephen i'. southmayc

Barnes,

JOHN K. MYERS. President,
WILLIAM LECONEY, Vice-Preslden

THOMAS HALE,

Secretary.

on the net earned premiums

of the

is

ONE HUNDRED

VOI,lTinES

OF

for the

havebpcn

be Issued on and

after

Tuesd^i ^^^ Fourth

ot

#4>rU next.

By order of Ui« Board,
jr.

/

B. CHAPnAN,

Secretarxi

C

;

^'

9. Jones,

Charles Dennis,
W. H. H. Moore«

Benry

Colt,

Wm

C. Pickersglll.
Iiewis Curtis,
Charles H. Russell,

l,owell Uolbrook,

B. Warren Weston,
Boyal Phelps,
Caleb Barstow,
A. P. PlUot,
'William E. Dodge,

i

,

^

Benj.Babcock,*\
Bobt. B. Mlntum,

Gordon W. Bumham,
Frederick Chauuoey,
K. L. Taylor,
/
Geo. B. Stephenson,
William H. Webb,

Bheppard Gandy,

Francis Sklddy.
Charles P. Burdett
Bobt. C. Fergussoa,
William B, Bunker,
Dknlei S. Miller
Samuel L. MitchiU,
Wm. Bturgifl,
James G. DeForest,
Henry K. Bogert,
Bobert L. &tu ivt.
Dtuait Ferkliu,
Alexander V. Blake.
I

'4

its

admittedly "conliuues to

J, D. JONES, President.
CHABLBS DEMin8,Vioe-Fres^
W.H H. MOOBB, 2d 'Vlt^^lM.

authority of the Board ot

Railway Company, and

rirectors of

The

In conformity

with

11

Nassau

Co.,

treet.

Banking House of the Bank of the ifetropors,
No. 31 Union -ouare
ThL' Comp;>ny is authorized to construct two Viaduct
the

or branchrs through the City of New York,
on the east and w<fit sides thereof, from a common
starting point at or near Chambers Street, between
Broadway and Chatham; also across the Hailem Hiver
and through Westt-hester County with power to
build additional lines of railway or branches, from
time to time, in «ny part of the City, or Westchester
County. The property acquired b> the Company is
exca^pted fl-om tasei and assessments during the
period allowed for the final completion of the railway
in the city. The Mayer, Aldermen, and Commonalty
of ^ew York arc authoilzed and directed, with the
approval of the Comnisiaioners of the >lnking Fund,

Ra Iways

to subscribe for five millions of dollars ot the stock of
the Company, whenever one million of dollars thereof

class."

It

gives flfty-two numbers of Pixty-four pages eacb,
or more tliau

Three Thousand Double-Column Octavo
Pages
of reft'Ilng matter yearly; and is the ONLY rOMPlLATION ihiit presenis, with a 8ATIS^ACTOUY
as well asfreshnesfl.thebfst t-asayp,

ABLI3ST LIVING WRITBRS.

David Lane,
James Bryce,

>..

head of

it

RevlewHj CiiticiKms, Talep, Poetry. Sclentiflu, Blonraphlf-al, Historieal, and Poliii' al Information, from tlie
eiitl:e botiy of boieign leriodical tiitcralure, and
from tlie pm:8 of the

Joseph OaiUaid, Jr.
C. A. Hand,

James Low,
B. J. Bowland,

and

Ii^sucd every Saturday.

(;OvihLETENKSS

TBUSTEESt
J.

issued,

3t*.id at the

year ending Slst December, 1870, for which certificates
will

Age

Living

declared

Company,

Py

New York

;

MORE THAN

red scrip) for gold premiums,

THIRTr-FIVE Per Cent

Secretary,

At

iahn A. Bartow.
Oliver K. King,
Alex. id. Earle,

S.

Littell's

dividend of

Vice-President.

BUTL£R BUNC%N,
Treasurer.
EDWARB P. BARKER,
IV.

At the Banking i^ouse of Duncan, Sherman &

such payment of interest and redemption will be In

A

HENR¥ HILTOX.
President,
HUGH SJHTH,

No.

Euill lleliieinau,

ail interest there-

gold.

b ILTON,

at the following places in this City, viz.

Low,

Jehial Read,
John H. tValler.
William A. Hall,

A.

The certiflcatcs to be produced at the
payment and cancelled. Upon certificates
(in

A. Augustus

EgbertMarr.
A. Wesson.

will cease.

which were issued

li. Taylor,
Adam T. Bruce,
Albert B. Strange,

Bull,
Horac; M. Clafliu,
W. M. Ululiards,

Seventh of February next.

time ol

James

W.

B.

ot proOts will be paid to the holders thereol. or their
legal representatives, on and after Tuesday, thi

ot February next, trom which date

MUnor,

Martin Bates,
Moses A. iluppock

outstaniling certittcates

The outstanding certiflcatcs of the issue of 1867 will
be redeemed and paid to the holders thereof, or their
legal representstlves,C2 and after Tuesday,the Seventh

H

J

William Leconey,

Wm. T. Ulodsett
H.C.tiouthwlck,
Wm. liegeman,

A. C, Richards,
C. E.

tlio

Henry Smith,
Edward B. Wesley,
Manton Marble,
John Taylor Johnston

the terms of ihe .^.ct ol Incorporation in that respect,
the undersigned Commissi! ners on Stock Subscriptions, give public notice for and on behalf of the
Dirt ctors, ard of such Com any, that Boohs of Subscription for the Capital Stock thereof will be opened
on Wednes'iay the twenty-elgtithday of June.lBStant,

of the Board.

John K. Myers,

43

Smith,

William T. Blodgett,
Richaru O'Gorman,
Jose F. Navarro,

PER

O. D.

Six per cent Interest on

COMl-ANi',OFTHE13.SUEOF

A

316,125 45

Bank,

Total amount of AsseW.

on

iai<;

66. will be redeemed and paid in rash to tlni holders
thereof, or theli- li^gal represenratives, on anu tiftcr
TUESDAY, thm hil .yol Kehruary, from which dale
Interest oti the portion redeemed win ct-ase.
ilie
CertlUcales to '>t' proiliictMl at the time of puymeni
and citnrelled to the extent p.iid.
» I-.NTY
I'ivld nd in ^el•i. t i.I
CENT, Is
declared on the netamuunt of ] arned Prcnluras for
The year ending December Slst. 1^70, for which CertitUates will i.e Issued on and after TUESDAY, the
4tli

Hugh

18.575 83
;$i,oi),.oo JO

I

Real Estate and Bonds and Mortgages

in

JOHM J. Rradley,
Chables L. Tiffany,
William R. Trovers,
Joseph Selioman,
lUcuABJj B. Connolly,
.Henky

Oakey Hall,
John Jacob Astor,
Peter H. Sweeny,
! evi p. Morton,

A.

56,000 00

TlllDATnoOF

$8,843,740 00

other Stocks

Interest and simdry notes

Cash

Premiums

CertiAcates of i'roflrs
thereof, or their leKal representatives, on and after
lUK^DAY. th 7lh il y or February.
FIFTi'PE tCE.sTO^' rHK Oil STANDING CER-

$1,063,263 57

Premium Notes and

Wm. BL'TLEB IJUNCAN,

the outstanding
will be paid to the holders

Loans secured by Stocks, and otherwise..

the

T. Stewart,
William M. 1 weed,
August Belmont,
Chat^les a. Lamont,
James F D.Lanier,
Franklin Osgood,

SIX PER CENT I>JTBHEST on

The Company has the following Assets, viz.:
United States and State of New York
Stock, City,

DIRECTORS,
Alexander

advance of

Total Assets

Returns of Premitmie

»nd Expenses

$766,9:0 73
175,133 84

Receivable

Bills

cui)&criptiou Notes in
$5,332,738 55

Railway Company.

$106,924 OJ

i»;0

o the Charter of the

Company, submit the following sUtement of Its
on tbe 3l8t December, 1870

(VIADUCT)

COMPANY.
HOWARD

It i« therefore iiinispensable to every one who wishes
to keei' pace wiih the eveuis or intctiectUHl i»i' ki'^ks
ol the time, or to cuUiv-tte iu himself or liis family
general intelligence and literary taste.

The Nation, N. Y., pronounces it,—
" ihe bt;Bt of all our eclectic publications."
The Philadelphia Pre><s says,—
"Frankly speaking, we aver that ' The Living
has no equal

m

The Aflvatice. Chirngo (September, ISTO), sat/s—
'•Eveiy wet'kly numljer oi 'Littell's Living Agf*
now-a-d&ys mcqu»l to a firstc'ass monthly. For solid
mei it, U IS the cheapest magazmc in ihe land.
Published weekly at |8 00 a year, free of poi^tnge.
An extra cony sent gratis to any one gciling up a Club
of flvc New Subscribers. Address,

lilTTELIi

& GAY,

at

Boston.

Literature

Club Prices.

For Tni Dolhirs. 1 ittkll's Livino Age, weekly,
containing ihe crojim of Foreign I't'ilodical Llteratnre, and cither one of the Li^ading >iag«zine8 of
Home Literature numeif below, will be acul to one
ad.iref 8 lor

one

who may suhscibo and payin moneys

of shareholders

at diflerent times, the Directors are authorized to
issue scrip for interest on such payments, payable out

of the earnings.

The terms of subscription

Age'

any country."

The Best Homo and Foreign

has been subscribed for by private parties. This conditional amount of stock has been wholly subscribed
for and taken by the Directors of the CompanyOn the completion of either of the lines of
railway to the line of Westchester Coimty the
the Supervisors of that County are authorized to issue
the bonds of the County to euch amount as the Supervisors shall deem expedient, to aid in the construction
and extension of the railway in and through that
County. For the proper equalization of the Interest

ye.ir, viz.

Hakpeb'8 Monthly (ok Wbeelt, ob Bazati), Thk
Atlantic Monthly, Lippikcoti's Monthly, The
tjALAXY, Old and New, or Applrton'b Joubnal
(weekly); or, for $8 Sc, The Livisa Age and OvB
Xov^a loitiA, AddrsBS ae above.

will be as follows:

Ten per cent of the amount of Stock subscrlbiid for
to be paid in ca-h at the time ot subscriptloB. The
residue to be paid as called tor by the Board of Directora on a notice of thirty days, but no call at any
one time to exceed ten per tent.
Scrip lor Intereat at the rate of leven per cent per
annum will be issued by the Company, payable out ot
the lirst earnings ot the Hallway on all Instalments
paid on Stock subscribed for within thirty days alter

Subscription books shall be opened.
The Company reserves the right to ctose the Subsciption Books at any time alter the twenty-ninth day
tl.e

of July, 1871By order ol the

Board

of Directors.

ALEXANDER T. STEWART,
JOHN JACOB ASTOK,
LEVI

P.

'

MORTON,

Commi:i8io&erB on behalf of the

New York, Jodq 16tb, 1871.

Company

Muaurd seed, Trieste...
Nutgalla, blue, Aleppo..

PRICES CURRENT.
»l«»700
I

Itmtlis

« «•
•u

ruiiini.inli»ril

trot..n«

lolc*.
...ir....

(.

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pniiH.rain»ry

,,

,

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•

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jUrlc
Adaiiialltlne

81

ag.4k

Amer.

Opium. Turkey... gold. iOO
gold
go'd

Oiallcaclil

Phusphurus

UT^ and haii round

PrusHlate potash, Auer
Oulcksllver

19

nosBmoca.

Bar, Swedes, ordln,slzes,.l<B '"^
"
"
Bar, roOned
Bar, cuiumon

40

i%Q
10
I

Hoop

VB

g7M<

80H4

Ralls,

i2>ia
'"

a
LKAD15
Senna, Alexandria
gold.6 12X06 15
SnanisS
Senna. Kast India
a 3H
6 12h»6 15
G^m-as,
Shell Lac
a 63
" 6 15 aOSO
KnglUu
Soda ash (tu p. c.) gold. 2 83 i 2
net.92»
Bar
•••
21 a
^IM
Sugar lead, W'e .... "
" 10 38 a ....
PIpeandsbeet
Sulphate morphine,* oz S 80 a
....
,-cash,»»LEATllEn(Chrystal)
Tartaric acid
Oak, slaughter, heavT .,.. 82 a «f
gold
*». 61 a 63
"
82 a 40
middle..
Tapioca
6 a
....
light
S8 a 42
Verdigris, dry * ex. dry
» a ....
"
89
crop, heavy
87
Vltrlolblue
8Xa ....
"
to
" middle 38
DCCK"
" light.. M a 88
Havens. light
V pce.l9 OO a ....
86
rough Blangbter
81
liavens, heavy
....
17 00 a
29
28
Heml'k, B. A., Ac, heavy
8catch,0'ck,No. 1,V yd 64 a ....
"
middle.
•'
DYE WOODS—

m

lOX

8PICKB-8ee
SPIRITSBrandy—

••

*'

.

••

•'

V bbl

....•175

Cotton, No.

Aiiiilon sale of Scranton, Julv 36:
iMi., t,,i,« hnim
4 40
4 2S
4 80
iimboat... 4 >«

@
a
480 g 4 8B
4 WSa SW
B 4U « 9 »
^Adt * *^H
8 00 « ....

'

ite
:.;

i»> i.ns SI. .VIIons cln-»tli»l
Ni-» aalli'KU". 2,240 »..
Llvt'rp.jot g .» cauuel..,ll
I

IT.0,0

Liverpool uouee caunel

OOCOA—

—

914 00

« H
M # SO

»»

C»raca»

6»

(JO

....

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SDeallilnK, new ....V
Bolts
Brazier«' (oTer 16 oz.)
Sheatlilnx, &c., old

»

ii

^

yt'l. ini:ta.Mievr

BIleaclilUK.

BolU, yellow metal
Vails, yellow metal
Ami^rlcan lUKOl

COBDAOK—

SO

^

CORKS-

ti

22

18XS19K
®13
16H(S1'X

016

V

43
90
44
60
12
See special report.

qnarts,

gro.

dosupertlne
Phial

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

317<ia

per lb

Mineral

....
....

ttt

1>
22
SI

Tarrcd Manila
8ls.ll Rope, allslzcD
Knssla Bo t Rope
1st reiiular,

A
®
»
e
•

plot*

COTTON—
PRUGS AND UrKSAlcohol
Aloes.Cape
lloes, Socotrlne

.

VB

Vlum
Annato, Kood to prime
Antimony, re{{. of... gold
Artfols, crade
gold
jLrKoln.reilned
Irscnlc, powdered.
.

1

el

«
»
1

90
..

^H

....a

a ....
80
Vi a
Balsamtolu
....
SMI a ....
ilalsam Pern
dark pctayo
45
....a
Berries, Persian.
EOld »H» U
carb. suda, X'castle
77^0

•

.

.

"

Bl
Bl chro. potash

Bleaching,

powder

BrlniHtone,

Am.

4;4a

8 60
SU
Borax, reOned
Brlmstane,cru.f>tonKla34 90
Hriiii&lone,

roll Vft
dor sulphur.
(la
crude
gold

Camphor,
bona)
Camphor, refined

a
a

a

...

20
3

8!H
31

063 50

2)^a
8>^a

....

....

a 21
71
Uantharldes V 100 >.... 1 20 a
....
19 a
Carb. ammonia. In bulk.
21
Cardamoms, Malabar... 2 6U a 2 US
21 a
Caatoroll
22H
30 a
Chamomile Bowers,
%
Chlorate potaah
gold
42 a
....
Jauatlc soda
4 52Ha 4 6A
r;arraway seed
10 a
lOK
'lurlander seed
9 a
...'
64 a
Cochlueal, Uoudur..Kol(l
66
Soohlueal, Mexican. "
60

—

salts.

Pickledcod
Mackerel, No.

1,

quint.
bbl.
bbl.

-

Sxtract logwood

*

Mln. & Blasting
Shipping

V

n

29

keg.

lied rifle

....a

SIM

I'l

9

BAVB

canls'trs.V

V

In bales

^iy(m

lb

HEMP-

V»

Manila

"

gold

Jute

Dry Hides—
Buenos Ayrea..VB gold
"
Montevideo
•*
Klo Grande

Porto Cabello
Maracaibo
Bogota

"

"
"
"

Truxlllo

BloHache
Curacoa
Port au Piatt
Bahia
Texas
Western
Dry Salted Hides—
Maracaibo

'*

"
"
cur.

"
gold.

Maranham
Pernambueo

**

**

"

t«tU(dit*d,Ul.

..

a
« U

do 1868 and 1868
Bavarian <new crop)

BOIiNSOx. Hlo Grande

0» A»» r lc iii
i

a
a
a
21J4a
2i a
Iv^a
19 a
20 a
19 a
....a
20 a
... a
19 a
12 a
17)ia
15 a
19 a

VC

12

a
a

a
a
a
....a
U a
....a
13 a
a
12 a
13
16

a
a
a
a

....a
26
18
IS
12

a

11

17)4
31

18
....

18
16

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machinery •*
German.
"
,

...

1

22
...
...

49
57)4
56

55
65
2i

I

42K0

a

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

82>ta 85

a
a

ai

Amerlcan.falrto prime*

B

Banca

* B.gold
••

Straits

lb

17H
18

8 75*«r9 fS
7 90
lU
6 2S a7 90

Ss

....

35
27

18K

Madeira

*

gaiL s 8007 00

48
90
35

»?« Jg

j
8

m
S
m
ooSl S
900108
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gold

Lisbon

8001

••

Sicily,

'•

1

Marseilles Madeira...
MareelUes port

"
•

SSs

2

Madeira
Red.Span. 4 Sicily.,,

••

TiS 8S
OS01 15
goal 10
9001 20

I

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*
*

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Claret

"
cask •
doz.

r<g«i ce

38
2

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bhort Kxtr«, I'nlled
i-upertlne Pulled

No

1.

M

an

.."

"

C«lifoinla .-prlngCli|>Fine, unwashed

16X
18
12)4

PETIfolJtUM-

2S
16
7

Crude, 40a41 gravity, In

9

bbls,

.

er gallon

a

....

l<Va

....

....

rUO

00
'

rock,

in

BMi f libUstw)

•:<

w

a40
Soj

83
38
28
89
87

Sat

18

a30
248
aS7

m Ssi
90 Sm
and Lambs-^^
Fine, unwashed
M am
Medium
H KK
S.uth Am. Ueilno, unwashed
liurrj
Ca llornia, hall c.lp

;

bouh Am. Mestlsa, unwashed
.-onih Am. C.rdova, trashed.

Cape Good H.
Texa-,Onc

pe,

unwashed.

.

To Hatxi

:

by

43
88
18

C04>la

*

loot.

Vkev.

VccltfiEKT..

Cumb«rl«Bd

,,.,

d.
s. >•
5-S.'0 3-16
a.

a.,
8a *> (
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17

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80a....
3 00....
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a...

a

a...

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Nails

all

a
txn

,

* B

Meaanreoientgocds * rt
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V lb
Petroleum

8

V bhd

Petroleara
Tu M«t.iianiM«.

088
SiO

SiO
n XS
» 2y»
28 an
w sS

*ak

Woods

Sgl

sail.

Cotton
Tallow
Toba<»oo.

a ....
w. (iiOait&test)
a I...
Reflned Standard white. X9ta 25)4
Naptra, rean.,68-18graT. lu a
Heildunm
iTbbl 8 80 a 4 UU
VISION 8—
bulk
heflned, prim*. L. S. to

Crude,

SS

sr
35

Medium
Common, anwaslied

9

....

«
ZK"

sn
sj

Puled

1exas,medum

5 90

ATO
Sia
Sfu
SSS

CO
96

Amerli-«n, Full BIoouMerlno
American Combii.g

«

Chalk
* B .,,.a
Chalk, tilock
* ton. 5 25a
Barytes, American.* B, 40 iJO

3

8 00
TOBACCO-See special report. a8

,

26

S
M

JJva
s4vS

Terne coke
Terne charcoal,.

,

10

4CU

40

"
English
Plates. rKar. I. C. * box
Rates, i. C. coke

W

IS
12<k

iv

.a

..

TEAS— See special report,
TIN-

a .... Texas, coarse
Texas, B;.rry
a
"Isxas, Western
11)4
a 9H Smyrna, unwatbed
t-myrna, wa.hcd
T
6><a
9 a
12
Doiit.koi. wabbed
Zinc, white, French, dry
9)4a lOW Donskol, unwaibcd
Zinc, wh,. French, In oil
IS a
ZINCOchre, yel,, French, dry
8 a
8)4
Sbeet (No. *, foreign
Ochre, gronnd. In Gil..,
6 a
»
9
Spanish bro., dry,* lOOB 1 UO a 1 25
FREIGHTS— —STsaic
Span,bro.,gr'drnoll.*B
8 a
9
To LiTMrooL:s. d. s.d,
Parlswhite,Eng*IUUibs. 2 23 a 2 75
Cotton.....* B
Chrome, yellow, dry .... 12)^a 2^
Kg....
Wblting, Amer..* 100 m 1 CO a
125 Flour ...,*Dbl 19 e
H.goods.*ton 25
asOC
Vermillion. China...**
99 a ....
Oil
400 a
Vermillion irieste ....
80 a
8S
C'n,bAb.*ba.
Vermillion, Amei .com.
22 a
...a 9
27
Wheat. .^.*b
tTenet. red (N. C.) V cwt. 1 13 a 2 25
a 9H
Beef... f ce. 90 a....
Flombago
a 6
Pork... * 3bL 8 6 a....
CMnaclay
* ton, 24 00 025 OO
V

11
II
11

SUGAR—See special report.
TALLOW-

Lead,wbite,Am., in oil
Lead, white, Amer.,dry
Zinc, white, dry. No. 1.
Zinc, whlte,No,l,inoU.

17
18
13

«I»9SW

lOH

....

We.-tcrn (Klaln)

Litharge,

a
a
a

0150

1

it

9
ic -a
9

Amerlcan, Saxony Fleece

Load, red,

...

10
2

0340

47

14

S
a

i'
16

"

spring

Malaga, sweet

PAINTS-

13

a

12

Tool,

Maaga,dry

5.i

18
10
17
14

blister

,6

a
17)401
8 a
81 a

^

a
S
S

15
7
10

11)40

cast

10

6 50

oil,

American
American
American
American
American

03

47
Straits
48
Neats foots, lubricating. 1 25

30
20

ai

57

4(0 06 S7X

Cotton Seed Crude
'•
"
yellow
Whale, crude Northern..
Wbale, bleached winter..
Sperm, crude
Sperm, bleached
Lard oil, nrime winter...

20

8

0100
03 12X

7X0

9iii»l 90
fcjj^

k

4

Burgundyport

_
3.

.

....

;

Sherry
Port

3 20

Ollve,Mar&*es,qt8 V case
Olive, In casks....* gall.
Pal
.* lb
Linseed
* gal).

20K
IHK

ct;

English, cast
English, spring
English blister
English machinery
English German

S5C 03

OU.S-

22
2214

15

47
,

23K

IIX

20

31

86
22

*&

g 38

WINES—

Citytbln,obl.,lnbb1s.V ton.4: 000 ...
'
in bags
040 58
West, thin, obl'g, in bag*. .42 00042 90

1OV0 IIM
2SHa

25

extfapale

OAKUM
OIL CaKE-

IIX

a

06

...

pale

"
"
"

....

11

a

SS

STEEI^

Plates,
Plates,

No,l
Ko.2

••

26

....a
....a

50

rjeport.

Tar, Washington..* bbl. 3 50
Tar. Wilmington
Pitch, city
56
Spirits turpentine.* gall.
Kosln, commmf.n to good
strained, * bbl
3 05

6X

29
24
23

.4 500
.2 2502

^icohcUte per
Whiskey

8 00

89018 08

""

*•

.

79a

S OOa 8 40
8 OOa

Domeat(cUvuor9—Ca»h.

ISOW

100 114 35
5 75
(^o. 10 to
tt
19

"

Croix, Sd proof...

Gin, different brands

17.00

NAVAL STORES—

iM

18

sit.

wS

5)

110

5M0

St.

SSlS

8
8
8

Other foreign brands "
proof. "

60a

»

Co..

Hum— Jam., 4th

X0

Copper
Yellow metal

B1DE3-

**

89

....

7

••

83
»

Horseshoe, Td

9«

Tamplco

•'

140 a....

CUnch

llH

11

Sisal

a
lOa

1
1

do
do

gold,2<>0 004(255 OO

Italian

"
Bavaullla
a 60
"
Bahta
4M
Gamboge
90 a
96
ChUI
einseng, Wes..ern
70 a
Sandwich Island..
79
einaeng, Southern
86 a
90
Wet Salted Hides—
ainn Arabic, Dicked.... SS a 62K
Buenos Ayres..|iB gold
Gum Arabic, sorts
"
19 a
Rio Grande
SOW
Oum benzoin
"
40 a
California
60
Gum kowrle
II a
15
Para
Oumgedda
ear.
gold
New Orleans
9xa 10
Uumdamar
10
CltyalaughteroxAcow
13
Oum myrrh, Kast India.. 42 a ^
Upper Leather Stock—
a
Uutn :nyrrh, Turkey .... 42 a 45
B.A.*Blogr.klp*»gld
Gum Senegal
IB
20
Mlnas
Gum tragacauth, sorts.. 25 a ^
Sierra Leone
a
Gum tragacanth, w.
Gambia and Bissau. "
Jakey
"
gold 60 a 80
Zanzibar
Hyd. potash. Anier.... 6 00 a
Bait India Stock—
Iodine, resubllmed
Calcut.
cow Vtt gold
a 7 23
[peeacnanha, Brazil
Calcutta, dead green
a I 3734
Jalap,
gold 40 a
Calcutta, hulfalo....*! B
i.acilye
20 a
SO
Manila ft Bat. buff.. «i».
Uoorlce paste, OalabrU, 40 a 4;u aONKYUcorlce paste, Sicily
34 a
26
Caba(dutyp'd)gold|igall.l
ulcortce paste, bp„ solid
'^
28 a
H0P8Llcurl'^cpiwle, Greek...
81 a
Cropol'70l'g'danrlrae)1IB
1>K

do
do

Cut, lOd,06Od

..,,
....

ton,255 000280 00
165 Otk^no 00
225 00®'230 CO

Russia, clean

8

do
OO
do
do
do
do

I'nm
SUKar

290 ....
280 100

tS0

4J<a

....a
....a

000
8 500
9 750

8

"

S
0(
8^8 00

'•

00
I
120 00
100
75 00
Light
Mol.tssesstaooks.lncl.head'g.S 6002 70

special

3

for shipping

Amerlcan dressed.,*
American undressed

do
do

gold 8 s^^is d)
••
8 88016

"

18

Heavy

100

80

MaililiT, Dutch
gold
iadder, Kr. K.X.F.F."
Aanna, large flake
iaona, small llaka

Kxtraheavy hhd
do
do

Heiivy
Light

Kxira heavy bbl.

5
1 It

Matamoraa

3
•...

.

(10

^« ..ii

Dnpny ft

LeirerFreres

25
19

1

6 90

spatial report.

Hennessy

)34
39 00
2. 000 ;0 00
.
While plue nier. box b'ds 26 00 33 00
15 OO0 70 lO
Cicai plue
rO (Xl
Cherry boards ard planks 75 Oi
56 000 liO 00
Oak ana ash
89 800 10 00
Mai.le and birch
SlH.kWalnut
108 000180 00
4 < 01.0 50 00
X'incu s>Cumore
do
50 000 62 00
1-lnch
tC 00
Siiruce boards and i.laiks 26
H.mlock bo'rds and plank 23 (00 4i («
Estrn heavy pipe staves
8200 00
IbO 00
d.)
do
Heavy
160 Oi
Lltlit
do
do

(10

2., .6 00

MarettACo

Bouihern pine
While pine box boards.

6 00

A

""''""''' 08

<.oSP!-"i",',°"""°""'
SPKLTp-It
Plates.lorV .* 100B.gold 9 75
Plates, domestic
7 00

Pnet.CaslllfonACo

LDMBKR, ST'iVES,4o—

16

9650

Meal
Deer
Sporting, In

"

poor

NAILS-

"
"
"
*

blowers, benzoin. .V oz.
aambler....gold..fi >.

"

MOLASSES— See special

Matamoraa
Vera Cruz
Tamplco

62
...

1

....

a t CO
a B 75
Sin
S
BD
a » 00
a f 28
All IK

|ialn..ei

Canton.re-rld,No.

29
28

Bockland, common. Vbbl.
Rockland, heavy

special report.
report.

••

a
IKa

goM2tSa

•on),*52»

,12

II

4 10

T'satlce,Nos.l,2,S.4Jt9.*»8 00
China, re-r eled...
g 00
Taysaam.Nos. I4k2
7 90

Otard.

•.

a 2 80
a 2 60
al21K
• ""»

27X
«4Ha 25S

LDIE-

,

50
OU
00
UO
00

JualS

13

»>

»

Fennellseed

6X0

12

good damaged

.

llitbt....

....
Mackerel, No. 1,
9 UO01O UU
Mackerel, No. 1, Bay
Mackerel, No. 2, shore
7 .^00 8 IX'
Mackerel, No, 2, Bay
® ,,..
Mac'rel, No, 3, .Muss. .large, 7 ')O0 7 hO
Mac'rel, No. 3, Mass., med. 6 iS-m ^ 50
U iiil025 W
Salmon, pickled. No, 1
Salmon, pickled
* tee, 30 00032 Oil
S8
Herring, scaled, .,.* box
a 2f.
Herrlng.No.l
20(a
Herring
» bbl. 4 000 6 00

California

9Ha

.

3 5<.a 4

shore
Hulllax

Orinoco

a
4>ia
a

OOO

4

«
V

20

<> lb

Cutcb

Bpsom

*

Dry cod
PIckledscale

70;ia

gopperaa, American...,
ream tartar, pr .. .gold
Cubebs, Kast India

18

"

82 U)
26 00

a

North River,

38

^ssaf<etlda
Ualiani caplrl

OOa
UOa
Oua
OCa
OOa

Orinoco, heavy
"
middle

•*

repott under cotton.

S
28

a

8U
25
SO

GUNNY BAGS * CLOTH.—See

—

'Xa
24

.

18
19
13
cur. 80 (Xja "8
22
gold...
cur. 25 OOa SO

FRUITS— See

60
i
60

12

,

25
26
26

27
28
S8
26
2!

"

••

GUOCElilKS— bee special

.

a
iX»
90 a

,

Logwood, Laguna.... "
Logwood, Honduras. "
Logwood, Tabaaco,,. "
Logwood, St, l>omln.,cnr.
Logwood, Jamaica... gula

GUNPOWDER—

6
49

a

"

gold 25 Ooa 27 DO
" 25 000 27 00
" 25 U0<«, 37 00
" 2.'i 000 27 (10

North River

TV
70
85

„
87X«

Fustic, Cuba.
Fustic, Tamplco
Fustic, Jamaica
Fustic. Savanllla
Fustic, Maracaibo,

••

FLAX—

70
30

a

V

27H0

light,.,

"
•

.'8

26
•rtit^

middle
light.

....
....

California, heavy.

....

45

FISH—

and small elu).

M.iiillailarKe

lat rexular,

12

a'

ton.lOO 009

1

...gold,

Llmawood
Barwood
Sapaawood

16

Maracaibo (KO'*' <" ">">>' )
do .... 11)^0
Oaayaqull do
COFFEE.— Sea special report.

Camwood

'29

mvta

*hush, 4 25
Ign
2 13
Flax..'ed, /tmer'n rvh. 2 80
Lins'd •al.lnN.Y.*S<k2 2B
Llns-ed. Cal. (In U.«.

**

'*

COAI/—

Timothy
Hemp, f'.rt

1%

vka
"j*^

*B

yo»er

IS

....a
.,,,#

gold
•""^

.iMia

i.,iiiNv.:

8KKD

..

B
gold

12D»

S 2 31
a•>

Aiklun's.... 1 10
le...

W

American

69

48

nVirthlngfs 2 16

l.lv'p'l flne,
ni,..,
I. V I.'

*%<

*7K

•
HAM
alls

48

sacklt*

l.lv-p'l.lllKgl IS.*

125.
^heel, Russia
4
beet, sing., doub. A trcb.
_: lis, Kng. (gold) ..«> ton. 67

.

nvta

Turks Islands. .Vbosb.

.

Itoiendaie

(RHfIDH
8

(gold. In bono) 8

8ALT-

.

I3K
>o%

a»»

VIOO»l(«

Rangoon
^

CadU

Mall.rod

30

W

012

418(0

I2H0
lOH*

Lard...
"cifSilna

Horseshoe..*.!
Boda. xa8-16lneli

3ft

*»

Hams, pickled

U)

15

.

15
2

ii

>>

f lOX.
...
S T
• •>>
•» 2 « ••••
S » S
S 10
18

to prime

I

.

M

II

am ai2 Ui
li^lixtranieaa
12 00 2^5 00
B««fhBTT» (new)....,.,.2l)0n $24 cn
Ueel. plain msa*

»'.

I

.

li,n

<

Sago, pearled

8
§
S

KHFin lUlrlM, rair
F'.ni' lUirles. coimiicm

v..

Pork, prims
Pork, prime masi

M

Korgs

r

Salacrutus....
Sal ammoniac, ref. gold,
Sal soda, Newcastle, g'd
8arsaparllla,l[.,g'(l,lD u'd
SarHaparllla, Mex.
Seneka root

,.

»
«

!«
10

prime

dalrlen,

..

Oil bergunot
4 tVHi
Oil lemon
Oil peppermint, pure ... 8)0
Ui: vitriol (CSOtoWdein) I 62)44

American
liliuliarl), China

»J
fl
«l

^ ^ ,.»..*
r* IU^9

Clioy»4'—

r«rm

1

n..

llitlil. rll.M.O

A

» IB
» »"

pig, American, No. I
Pir, <
-'-.No. 2

gold
^'

(Jiiliiliie.

liutlcr—
Kr.,1..

«««
M»

«
»

USSS.li

ANO CI1KK8B-

BUTTKIt

••!S0

s: • a7H
.w ..ii»
.. -Sea tpooltl report.

"a'
Biii

Ollanis
Ollcaasia

,

169

THfi OfiKONlCLB.

Jul^ 29, 1871.)

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—

—

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40
,..

10

a.,,.

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THE eflRONICLE.

160
Insoxauce.

NEW

COTTON
Msiiuractured

HARTFORD, CONN.

n" A«" "

.

. . .

184

COTTON BirOKER,
CORNER MULBKRUY AND WASH INQTON
V I C S B U R G, ni I S S.

K

Refer to G. M.

KLEIN,
Bauk,

INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF PKOVIDENCB,

ORGANIZED

R.

179

9.

$200,000 00
$415,148 61

Ca»U Capital
Net Asaets

Sc

OFFICE

o/^^oucfou ant/ &(/ehmtfy^.

ac

237

SOUTH

Co.,

NEW YORK.

ST,

Storage for

TEAS, MATTING, LIQtJOKS, and

/S00. 000.

BONDED GOODS

Of every description.

sell

&

66 State

Street,

45 William St
FIRE INSURANCE.
North American
Fire Insurance Company
OFFICE

193

BROADWAY.

Branch

ton Kngland.

qnlpn
Supply all Itailway Eqnipment and nndertake
,lly.
Railway business generally,

Cooper Institute Sc 1429 Broadivay.
INCORPORATED 1833.

Damage by Fire

at

PoUciwa IssOf^d and Lossfts paid at the Ofllcp of the
Co:mP»uj or at tti v*ri >n3 AKtmcics In the principal
he United Staic-<.
citid
R. W. ULEECKKR, President,
wri.LIS iiLACKSTOKK.Vlce-Pres't,
F. n. CAtTBR, Secretiry,
J GRIS A'OLD, (leni^ral Airnnt.

Pascal Iron Works, Phlladel|>Iiia.

GOLD STREET, NEW YORK.

A CO..

of a[)proyed

mer

99

John

CO.,

BOSTON,

PlilLA.,
208 So. 4th stro e

80 State street.

street.

CAST STEEL RAILS,
CAST STEEL TYRES,
Cast Steel Frogs, and

all

other

Steel Material for

Railway Use.

Higginson,
BEAVER STREET.

Stephen
NO. 87
P. O.

Box No.

NEW YORK

4,660.

Representing:
Messrs. DUMMT ER & nO.. Batavia and Padane.
CHAS. THOBEL, & Co., Toliohama.
"
CL ARKiS, SPENCE & CO., Oalle'& Colombo

&

HOUSE IN LONDON:

NAYLOR, BEN % ON

tc

who give special attention to

orders for

Railroad Iron,
ai well as

Old Ralls, Scrap Iron and Metals,

OHAUNOBY VIBBABD
ALEX.
EKERSOX FOOTS,

Co.,

CO

34 Old Broad Street,

P.

riSEI

COMMISSION ME R,0 HANTS, Vibbard, Foote & Co.,
RIW DK JANEIIIO, BRiiziL.
40 BROADW^AY, NEW YORK.
Ucpreacntcd
the United States by our Uouse,
Wrl£lit,

Brown
No.

69

&.

Co.,
STREET,

WALL

Henry Law^rence

jteel Rails,
NEW YORK

Iron Rails,

& Sons,

Old

FOR EXPORT AND DOMESTIC

Imperial

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF LONDON.
$8,000,000, Cold
CHIKF OFFICE IN THE U.S.
Nos. 40 and,42 -»lue Street, New York.

RAILWAY EdUIPMENTS.
USE.

FRONT STREET. NEW YORK

John Dwight

&

Wlliam
I

MANUFACTUKBRS OP

SUPER CARB. SODA,
11 Old Slip, New York,

N

squ

Oilman,

C.
DEALER

Co.,

IM

R A N C B SCRIP,
AND

SiLERATUS,
}|«.

Rails,

AND

MANCFACTUBEBS OF CORDAGE

ISJ

....

Co.,

Manufacturers of Wrought Iron Tubes, Lap Weld;
Boiler Flues, Gas Works Castlnffs and Street
Mains, Artesian Well Pipes and Tools,
Gas and Steam Fitters' Tools, &c.

.

Assets

al

In

00

93
Cash Capital andSurplns, July 1,1860,
$795,237 93.
InsarPB Property against Loss or
usuaT rates.

&

Morris, Tasker

NAYLOR &

ciiandize.

Wright

Offices,

CASH C\PITAIi - . - - $500,000
SURPUUS ....... 205,237

made on consiRnmeuts

Ac.

The Bowling Iron Company, Bradford England.
Tiic West Cumberland Uemati'.e Iron Co., WurkInK

NEW YORK,

Oy CHINA AND JAPAN.
t d vances

Iron, ^crap.

OFFICE AND WAREHOUSES:

.

Affetsinihe
U. States 3»o°OjOoo.

V\'i

AGENTS FOR

Boston^

don
Globe Ins. Co.
AGKNTS FOR
20,000,000 ADOnSTINB HEARD
AJfetsGoldS
''

Railway Bonds and Nesoclato Loans to
Railways.

Co.

8e

ANIV

IMPORTERS OF

IS

Ever ett

Co.,

COR. OF WILLIAM ST.

GENERAL RAII.W^AY AGENTS
MERCHANTS.

Insurance at Lowest Rates.

The Liverpool^ Lon^

ST.,

Bessemer

&

Snyder, Son
236

CEDAR

Steel Tyres, boiler plates,

Bonded Warehouse

S.

&

Kennedy

S.

Iron Ralls, steel Ralls, Old Ralls,

"WlLLSAM B. MOKKWOOD.

1S37.

suit remitters or travelers.

KENNEDY. DKNETM. tlAKKR, JOHNB.BABSiS

B.

Am^ojty S. Sntdkb.
Kl>WARD N. Snyuks.

EstablUtaed

'^^ihi^9M^aUjf

JOHN

Buy and

Miscellaneous.

U.

Excnanife on London and circular Notes

Va

Peters ">•>«;•

JAS. A. AIj^XANDER, Agent.

Iron.

New York and New

ol

amounts to

41

niERCHANT,

$200,000 00
$370,624 51

Net Assets

Co.,

Orleans.
Bills of

&

SYCAMORE STREET,

98

Pons

:r^In

W. Burton,

ISSl.

Casta capital

Railroad

Petersburg, Va.

ESSE
J'
coin MISSION

R.

&

BROADWAY, NEW TOKK.

6!

Valley

Bro.,
TOBACCO BROKERS,

I.

INSURANCE COOTPANT,

OUGAHIiSED

Ouslilcr. JlissUaipi)!

STS.

J.

American
OF PliOVIDKNCB,

^COTTON

Yort. Agent)

Vtv<vt{i>iirK.

Young

R. A.

I.

New

BARTHOLOMEW HOUSE, BANE, LONDON
NO.

Providence Washington

Co.,

6c

St.,

Gilead A. Smith

Fulkerson,

S.

Pine

Co.,

For a Comnilstlon.

H.

P. Converse
54

CO.,

9.

Workmaushlp

Hnl»h andKlliclency lully snaranteed.
Wm. P. HenzeyCh.s T.l*airy,
M. Batrd,
Geo Bill nham. Kdw. IL Williams. Kd. Lougitreth.

Wm.

&

RaoKes and thoroneh

fltted to

IMan, Material,

ly InterchanEialik'.

STIIEKT, N. T.

SEI.IHA, AI.ABAilIA,

$500,000 00
|880;i 70 60

.^^

"All wort; accurately

CO.,
Geiieral Asents.
A-

Co.,

PHILADELPHIA.

Liverpool.

Buyers of Cotton

8PRINUFIKLD, MASS.
t
Casli Canital

PEICKI.MS

&

M. Baird

For sa'e by

[ohn C. Graham

Springfield

INCORPORATED

BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS"

TIES.

McCOMB,

liy J. J.

WALL

8U

INCORPORATED 1919.
$3,000,000 00
raub Capital
86,047,378 07
NetAnseU

FIRE & MARINK INSURANCE

Iron and Railroad Materials

1,000 Tons '<Arrow'> and Backle Ties.

YOUK.;

Insurance Comp'y, SWEN80N,

^tna

[July 29, 1871.

Cottoa and Southern Cards.

Fire Insurance Agency,
No. 62 TVAIiIi STRKET,

\

.

&C.,

Fire
4C

and Marine Insurance

Stock.

Pine Street, corner of William Street, N.Y.

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