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HUNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE,
REPRESENTING THE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF TIIE UNITED STATE&

VOL.

NEW

YORK. SEPTEMBER
World of '
[Fr<m the Nne

13.

st 23,

T<rrk

Ill

that

it

the middle ages of our history, that

now is—was a very unimportant

single red Indian.

When

paW*" ^

tbo

In 1843

place indeed.

was unimix)rtaut

its

*

It

was

right

fertile prairie.

rapidly

It

became the starting-point

grew

in importance

West

In the far

apparently inaccessible regions of the

for all

;

" those things that

it

its

on the Indian

Joe—rising town and important centre
inhabitants were the storekeeper and a
trail,

sorts of transport, except those propelled by steam, to the
Pacific coast.

adopted by instinct and knowledge was followed approvingly by the teamster and the immigrant,

most

the shortest route to
St.

had done being but an earnest of what

West and North, the Southwest and the

323.

1871.]

ury. the city of St.

houses numbered one store,

everything but position.

in

..

NO.

1871.

the immigrants poured across the plains they followed this track, the natural route to the West, and the city of

above the
It

It

is in

2.

all

it

tlie Pacific.

Joseph rose

was

to do."

but unknown and

The route which
who found it to be

the Indian had
the easiest and

direct route across the Continent.

This route

is

to-day perhaps the shortest across the Continent.

Those making the journey from the West to the Kastem

A

or from this coast to the Pacific, save 200 miles by travelling over the St. Joseph and Fort Kearney road.

show how much

shorter

it is

to

go by

this route than

shortest routes to the West, whither immigration

is

miles of this road, from St. Joseph to Fort Kearney,

When

approaching completion.

it is

by Omaha.

In fact

it is

a question of saving nearly ten hours.

to-day hurrying like the waters of a rapid river.

is in

actual

glance at the

working condition, and 170 miles

built St Joseph will then be connected with the

main

is

line to

It is

cities,

map

will

one of

tlie

At the present moment 112

in a state of construction rapidly

San Francisco.

A great many people who, fortunately for themselves, never read " What I Know About Farming," have yet incontinently
followed Mr. Greeley's advice to " go West," and have greatly benefited thereby. From recently published and trustworthy statistics
with regard to progress and prosperity in the Middle States tier, Kansas seems, at pre.sent to be the most promising of the Western
Several fortuitous circumstances have induced a large immigration in this State. Missouri is filling up no more government
land subsidies are to be had in that State there are now no lands lor pre-emption and emigrants are forced to " go West" farther

States.

;

;

;

farming and grazing lands.
Kansas is the nearest and best State beyond the Missouri border. The climate is mild and agreeable the winters are short,
and snow seldom falls to any considerable depth the soil is adapted to the cereals and all the fruits and vegetables of the Eastern
States hemp and sorghum are common crops, and cotton has been raised in South Kansas. Eastern Kansas presents a succession of
rich prairies, fertile valleys, grass-covered hills, with an abundance of yellow oak, black walnut, elm, hickory sycamore, basswood,
and other timber along the streams. The middle is more thinly wooded, but the west has many extensive tracts ot forest, and
the best requisites of the finest grazing country. The more important mineral products are granite, gypsum, and coal. The entire
for

;

;

;

enough to make eleven States of the size of Massachusetts.
the aivantages offered by Kansas are appreciated is exhibited in the real estate transactions in that State for a single year.
At Junction City, from which place the land office was removed to Salina in April last, the real estate business in 1870 was as follows

area

is

57,000,000 acres, or

How

Sold for
Entered
Entered
Entered

186,985
666,593
35,300
38,760

Total

At Humboldt land

cash
as homesteads
with Agricultural College scrip
with land warrants

927,538

office

Sold for cash

Entered with land warrants and Agricultural College scrip
Entered as homesteads
Final certificates to homesteads
Total

The government

sum

sales at the

of $1,433,644, and this

is

Topeka

274,931
19,671
62,257
8,753

365,513
office in

1870 were 84,182 acres

;

but land firms sold in the same year 276,7.'50 acres for the
own account. Thus, in three towns in Kansas were

exclusive of large sales by private parties on their

up last year a total of about two million acres, or more than two-fifths of the entire area of Massachusetts.
More rapid development will follow the completion of the railroads now constructing in the State. Of the 1,393 miles of track
now laid down in the State, nearly the whole has been constructed within the past two years. These roads have been built partly by
the aid of government but it is e8tiiuate<l that at least three-fourths of the entire lenirth have been called into existence by theactua
demands of commerce and immigration, and have been aided only by land grants and local subsidies. Among the important railwa
r/>nnectious in Kansas is the St. Joseph and Denver City Railroad, lUe Eastern Division of which, from St. Joseph, Mo., 112 miles, to
Marysville, Kan., has been built and equipped, and is in successful operation while the Western Division from Marysville, 170 miles,
to a junction with the Union Pacific Railroad at Fort Kearney station, is now actively constructing. A nearly completed bridge is now
building across the Missouri at St. Joseph, and the new road not only runs through a well-watered and rich agricultural and grazing
regfion, but it makes the distance from the Atlantic to the Pacific shorter by 200 miles than by any other route.
Fortunately for Kansas, the State lies in the direct pathway of the competing Chicago and St. Louis lines. The Chicago lines
come to the State through Southern Iowa and Northern Missouri, and the St. Louis lines through Central and Southern Missouri.
They do nrjt concentrate but cioas each ether, and establish points of competition iu different sections of the State—eome runing
sold or taken

;

;

THI^ CiatioNKJLIi

290
directly

West and

Mexico, and others

Btill

Gulf and opening a

way

The enormous flow
to the border

;

HEW

securing the trade of Colorado and beyond

others tending southwest

towards

New

iSeptember

Mexico, Arizona, and

2,

1871.

SHOET HOUTE

pushing due south for Texas and the
for

the great cattle trade of that region-

of immigration induced the building of lines

the rapid develoj-ment of the State will continue the

Atlantic and Pacific States.

work, and railroad building has but just begun in Kansas.
scarcely one

It is

mouth

since

we

placed on the market the

MORTGAGE SINKING FUND LAND GRANT BONDS

FIRST

!

of the

ST. JOSEPH ATSn DEIVVER CITY R. K. COMPANY,'
Western Division, and the rapidity with which investors have
absorbed the Loan has fully justified our expectations.
The LOAN, which was originally for $5,600,000, is
already assuming small proportions, and bids lair to be closed
out at an early day. We introduced this Loan to the public with
our full and cordial endorsement, Snowing that it possessed merits L
rarely found in a railway loan, and that it combined a Idfjh rate of\
\

I

|

\

with perfect secMnV^for both principal and interest, as well
[
as a profit in the future by the enhancement of the market valuej
of the Bonds after the entire Loan was absorbed. The United!
States Government, through Congress, realizing the IMPORT
CI
of this Road, granted the Company a
•interest

AN

LIBERAL LAND GRANT,
Amounting

in the aggregate to

1,500,000 Acres.
The Company's lands

are located in Kansas and Nebraska, where
excellent for farming and all other purposes, and tha
section through which the St. Joseph and Denver City Railroadl
ruus is known as

the soil

is

"'

The

Garden Spot of

Tf tie

Nebraska

prairie of

New West."

tfi©

exceedingly valuable, as its rolling
formation effects a natural drainage for the surlaca water. Alt
the lands of the Company as irell as the road ami its equipment^
are pledged for the seeurity of tliese bonds. At the present markeH
value ol the lands the land grant would realize an amount con.f
siderably in excess of the entire bonded debt of the company. Byj
expressed stipulation the lands cannot be sold for less than ^i perl
acre.
The trustees for the mortgage are directed to retire the!
bonds of the Company with the proceeds of the land sales, wheiil
the same can be purchased at or under 115. The Chicago, Bur-I
Hiigton and Quincy 8 per cent bonds are selling at 113, and the!
Michigan Central 8 per cent bonds at 130, and there is every I
reason to believe that the
ST. JOSEPH AND DENVER CITT RAILROAD COMPANT'I
is

8 per cent Gold Bonds mil enentaally sell as high. The operations!
a liberal sinking fund under the land sales will accelerate the
advance in the market price of these Bonds in the future. I
regard to the road itself it is only necessary to remark that the
distance from Fort Kearney on the Union Pacif^^ to St. Joseph by
the St. Joseph and Denver City Road is 80 miles shorter than via
Omaha, while from Fort Kearney to ^ew York via St. Louis th«
saving is equal to 100 miles, and via Hannibal it is over 200 miles.
It will be seen, therefore, that the St. Joseph and Denver City
Road forms what may be called an air line between the Allantie',
and Pacific States. It mil form a great and important link in
our railway system, and must divert to itself a very large portion
of the traffic in. freight and passengers between the Atlantie
and Pacific. The line of the road is well populated, and in many
an existing trade therefore awaits its compla.
parts densely so
tion. In the year 1860 the Honorable Schuyler Colfax, the present'
Vice-President of the United States, recommended St. Joseph, oa'
the Missouri River, as the termimis of the Union Pacific Railroad,
but the civil war prevented the building of that road on the very
line now occupied by the St. Joseph and Denver City Company.
The Eastern Division of the road is completed and in successful
operation from St. Joseph to Marysville, a distance of 113 miles.
The bonds of this division were closed out at 97^ by our firm, and
have since advanced to 102, and at any time since the bond^ were
all sold the holders have always had a ready tnarketfor the same at
of

;

an advance upon

their cost price.

This early and remarkable success of a new railway loan is
without a parallel, and we refer to it with the utmost satisfaction.
We feel confident that the bonds of the Western Dirtsion will
form no exception to those of the Eastern Division, but that when
the loan is closed out all the bonds of the
ST. JOSEPH AND DENVER CITT RAILROAD COMPANT
will advance and eventually stand as high as those of the Chicago,
Burlington and Quincy and the Michigan Central say 113 to
120.
The Bonds, both principal and interest in Gold, are offered
for the present at 97J and accrued interest in currency, with the
reserved right to advance the price without notice. Five-twenty
bonds and all marketable securities will be received at their current market price, without commission, in payment for these
bonds. In exchanging the Five-twenty bonds for those of the St.
Joseph and Denver City Railroad Company the investor realises 15
per cent more oti the principal and 3 per cent gold in interest per
annum more tlian by exchanging for the Government new 5 per
cent loan. Expressage relating to the loan will be free.

—

TANNER &

CO., Bankers,

No.

I

I

Wall Street.

'.I

Foreign

Tlnanolal.

DKSIHABLB

Home

S

i

s

i

PARIS, LONDON

.

19

Invltvd 10

Clark,
BROADIVAY

141

Walklll
which

Wtf

icmr""

ot Ihe

is

Budson Uivur, aud

Is

ol tlieui.

The

prlucipal

PATABLK

and

-^UiA'A

:

V ml

Alex.

in
:

(.niit-r

Petrle

!(.

liiMiiu-t;

AlEAD

F.

,

Gulon

Co..

Sc

,.K

.

St

NO. £9

& Co.,
WALL STREET,

Available In

all

parts ol the

Morton,

Cammann &

Co.,

Available In

&

Bliss

all paita of the

Co.,

86

Toik.

GoTemment Securities. Gold, Stock and Bonds
oooght andsold on commlaalon. Acconnts received
and Interest allowed on balances, which may be
•he-^ed for at sight same as at Kank,
A. V. 8TOCT, President Nat. Shoe and Leather Bank
J. B. DICKLNSOX. late President Tenth Nat. Bank
"LATT K. DICKLSSON.MeuiberotN.T. block aid
Oold Kxchange.
HiiWaKD C. DickissO?, Member ot N. T. Stock
Exchange.
't ,n i'»
JOtI 8 a^OUT

lYOTES.

And

Transacts a General

&

BANKERS,
«

PINK STREET,

Barney,

A.

Co.,

n waXLAM

BTBXKT,

TOBK.

UXMlere lii Bills of Kxchanga. Oovernmento, Bondv
Mocto, Gold, Commercial Paper, and all NegoUaMe
Beonnttes.

IMtnsi allowed on Deposlu subject

to Sight Draft

Advaacea maoe on approved se^nrltlea,
aaatel (acuities for negotutlng Commercial Paper.!
WUeeewisboth InUnd and foreign nrorapUvmada.
Voc«l(B lAd Domei Uo Loana NegoiUtsd.

BiTlfOXD.

». D.

roeT»

PVLESTON, RAimOND &

Railroad
Whether yon wish to buy or

e

Co.,

New

NO.

7

RUK

¥ork,

Co.,
CO.,

LOMBARD STREET. LONDON.

W. B. Fassbaws,

O. C.

MAOSOSeALI,

Fanshawe & MacDougall
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
t.

Co.,

GoTemment

Secnrltlea, Gold, Stooka

and Bonda

Bought and Sold on Commission, and

LOANS NEGOTIATED.

GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA
R.AILROAD COnPANT
.

SCRIBE, PARIS, and

CITNLIFFES &

&

AND COMillSSION MERCHANTS,
44 BROAD STREET.

Accounts received and Interest allowed on balancea
which may be checked lor at aighu

on

Bills

write to

T Iberal cash advances made on consignments
ol
Cotton and Tobacco to our adOreia : also to our friends
in Liverpool and London.

WILIAMS,
Member of the

Issue Clicttlar Letters of Credit for Travellers, and

Dr.w

sell,

W. HASSLER,
Wall Street, New Tork.

CBIAS.

BANKEItS

N, York Slock Kxchaa

No. 8 Wall Street,

Bonds.

R. T. Wilson

York.

&

Co.

Co.,

BANKEKS,

WALL STREET. NEW TORK.

7 Per Cent Gold Bonds.
Secured by a first mortgaga on Boad, and by a Srat
mortgage on a grant of

ONE MILLIuN ONE HrSDRED AND BUTT
THOaSANU ACUK8
of the most valuable

Lnaaber Laada la miehlcan,
A FIRST-CLASS

Free of tax.

Coupon or Registered.
IN VEii I MENT. Tor sale by

W^INSLnir. LANIER A: CO.,'
ST Pine Street, New York.

Oovernment Bonds, Stocks, Oold, and Foralga
Kichaage.
;

HBW

Co.

J. P.

I

1

John Munroe

NEW TORK.

&

&
New

DENIS'N WILLIAMS.
Member of the

30

IAMKBR!!!,
Ho.

&

Late

Stocka and Bonda

NO.

.SOUTTER

O. n.

Raymond & Co.,

Bankcra and Brokera,

BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.

Co., ALEXANDERS

Receive ;uie accounts ol Interior banks, banker?
'
earporattons and Merchants.
Aaeati for the sale ot City, County and Railroad
Baa4*. lane letters ot Credit lor forelga ravaL

STATE STREET. B03T0U.

K. O. ilABlICT.

STOCK BROKEItS,
Wall Street

Munroe &
Winslow, Lanier

•JS

No. 7

Banking Boslness.

Loans Negotiated and Inrestmenta made on Favor.
aSle Terras. Orders for Stocks and Gold carefully
executed at the Begular Boards. Prompt attention
given to every Branch ot the biuineaa.

ronPANlf.

Bankers and Brokers.

SODTH STRKKT, NEW TOKK.

K. Tork Stock Exchang-

Conimorclal Paper, Sterllms Exchange,
GoTemment SecarlUea, See., Sec,

'

Si

WALL STREET, NEW TOKK.

6"4

world on

A. D. Williams

G. Chittick,
on Conimisalon,

G. C. Ward,
AoiKTs ro«

Issue Sight rrafts and Kxcbange payable In a
paru of Great Britain and Ireland.
Credits on W. TAPSCOTT * CO.. Liverpool. Ad
Tances made on consignments. Orders for Gov
ment Stocks, Bonds and Merchandize executed.

«

WALI. STREET, NEIV YORK,

&

G.

S.

QARING BROTHERS

Tapscott, Bros.

BROAD STREET,

Sells,

at once tor ihe i*ro\e Secnrllles; orthry
on comuiisslnn. at sellers option.

5 Wall Street,

BANKEiiS

Buys and

Cash pnld
will be sold

LONDON.

Dickinson,

New

alae.

;

Storka and nihrr Serunilea.

world

MORTON, ROSE t CO

No. S5

Bank

ALSO,

'^Deposits recclred sablect to check at sight.

Cor. Kxohangs Place,

Sells

CO.U3IER0IAL CREDITS,

KITIKS.

W.

Buys and

TRAVELLERS,

8 Wall Street, New York.
Transact A (1BNXH\L Uaxkino BusiS'ess. and glrb
articular attenilon tr- the PUKCHASK AND S.\LK
f
IK GOV EKNMKNT, STATU AND.4All,ltOA0 8KCU-

E Y,

Inanranre Storkis and Srrlpa

paid free ol CommissloB) and letters c
Credit lot

Banker* aad Brokers,

tocka a sp«

"SPK«IALTV»«

CIRCULAR
Ossued an

f

WALL STREET,

ic

CLARKF. Jr.

Bail

S.

:6S

isstrn

Commercial and Trawelera Crcdlta

ISSUE

as

Particular attention iiiven to the negeiiatlaa ol

Uallvay and other Corporate Loans.
t'lilou and Central Puclllc Uotils aud

E.

Brown Brothers

on

THO.TIAS

&

^^

Interest are

FIKANCIAL AGKNTi>.

Stout

IlItoKKIt,

Government Bonda, Ezchanaa.
Gold and Slorita,
Ko. U F..\C1IANGK PI.AIK,

In

Co.

UverpooL

:

KRASTLS

John Pondir,

uiusrlviH or Lor-

lu

Loudon.

IN GOU>.

u at

i.riiwlpal

111.-

.III

Ml,

or It'.
A|l\
C<)lii>>. aim
respondents.

rbe eoQpons are paid Beml-aimunlly In this cltjr, on
the llrst dajra of April and October, free of gOTcrnment tax and the Isnae of bonds Is llniKed to 120.000
per mile ol couii.lelcd road. Any InToriuatlon con
cerninM lUrm

:tr>iMlii tk

fill''

to New PiUz, and \s under conlract to bo li worklUR
order to Kln^'ston reit fait. The bonds f<:e a Oret*
eJaM luTeftoieot, and we hiTtte the cloeet^t mrestl^-

Uon

:

•

can he snppMrd with fllHsnf Ex

-

Cllllt.

atiit

rQr.DiiiK for

.

la Paris.

83 Wall Street, Now York.
TKAVJkLLElIS sno COMHIEnClAL CIIKDITS
In all parrs o( Kurope, *c. BILLS
OK K\'>""
Irawn iu sums tosttlt pnrchasers
<'o':

uow

nment.State.Ballroadatid .thrr
rtJ^KhV
""'"''
making liberal advaneca on
same, »i
„n neposlU, deal In commercial
paper fun ;.i. t.. tr.relle's and
then Litleii ol
Credit current In the principal cl ilea la Knropi.
i

CuBoaiCLS

ISsrK.r. ivnlljiMc

accrued liiterc«t,ln
rt Hi^:u
iltuated on the

lor »alt^ Mt $0

Tl>e U:illwii)

London, in

ol

WiLLIAMS&GuiON,

Gold Bonds

. tomi.

BANKERS,

.

Railway Couivauy

Valley

oSor

w.

Leonard, Sheldon&Foster

snuis to suit.

OP TUB

tturrency.

w. e. *umlo9m.

No. 10 Wall Street.

Subaoriptlon agents for the

MUKTGAGB

7 Per Cent

LioaABo.

n.

N. T..

Exchange on Paris and the (Tnton Bank

ilie

FIIUT

BOMTON

w.

leeVB

aittotlan ol C*pl)>lKU uul laTetton

The

Co.,

Credits n>r Trawelera In Europe,

&

BANKEBS,

Fiaanoial.

8c

WILLIAM STREKT,

or#icK or

Mfad

291

Billi.

Bowles Brothers

ur t

e c

I

:

THE CHEONICI.B.

S«ptembor2, l»7i.J

AtrS. J.

BBOWV.

WAi.no>

a. Baowrr.

Augustus J. Brown & Son
BANKERS,
T3 Broadway, Nciv Tork.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVKN TO THE NXGOTIA
TION OF

RAILROAD SECURITIES,

Charles G, Johnsen,
COm.TIISSION nERCEI.ANT,

New

Lock Box SSL

Orleaua.

wmporebaia

EXCHANGE, COTTON. KTC.

^

Particular attenUoa gives to Kaoalvlag and For

warding BaUa,

THE OHRONICLH.

292

& Co.,

No.
1

11

Na»«an

St.,

New York City,

PBINUIPALUTIK-t OK IHK

WOuLU

,

«U0

in the

may

Corrent Accounts received on such terms as
agreed upon.

b

&

Andrews

E. .Tfdkon Hawley,
No.
Alfbud W. Baetlbtt,

Co.,

Government

No. 10 PI,*CE VENBOME, PARIS.
Bonds, stocks and gold bought and
sion.

,

.

J..

,

on commjs-

fcoid

clianare

&

Higginson,

COMMISSION,

may be flunked

InteieM alinwed

BROKEBS IN

Goverument SecnrltlCK, Stock*,
and Railroad Bonds,

NO.

State

WILLIAM

the lollov-

iug Railroads

AND QUINCT BAH-

CHlCAOn, BURLINGTON

ROAU AND

ITS i)ltANOHK3-8 per

cent.

NKBltASKA)-S

(IN

ROAD— 10

Co.,

DEPOSITS

York.

Sold on Commission.

RALLBOAD— 10 per cent.
FORT WATNE •lA'^KSON AND SAGINAW RAILBOAB-ii per cen

Nos. 40

Co.,

and

t^ell

at

Market

Make

& Co,

BANKERS.
24 Pine Street,

lihcrsl

BROKERS,

all First-class Securities,.

BANKING HOUKE OF

Solicit acionnU from MERCHANTS, BANKBIB
and others, and allow interest on daily balauc< s, sub-

on favorable terms

and promptly execute orders lor ihe purchase or

sale

of

Gold, State, Federal, and Railroa
,

NE^V YORK,

YORK,

liates

Alil. UNITED STATES SECURITIES'

colleetlons

Bostwick,

42 Excliang^e-place,

Sc

advances on
Inlerest allowed on Deposit

KouNTZE Brothers,
New York.

14 Wall Street.

ject to Sight Dralt.

Jacob R. Shipherd

&

Williams

GOI.D COMMISSION

&

bought and'

etc.,

BANKERS AND STOCK, BONB An»

IN.

BANKERS AND BROKERS,
N». 32 Broad Street, Nenr York.
l^uy

bes'.

upon approved Securltle*.
Loans Npernrlntpd.

NEW

SOUTHERN SECURITIES DEALT

make

STOt^KS,

COLLECTIONS made, and

at sight.

LEAVT5NW0BTH. LAWRENCE AND GALVESTON

Vorlr,

GOVERNMENT and STATE SECURITIES. GOLD

mission.

per cent.

New

received and Interest allowed at

RAILROAD BONDS,

Liberal cash advances made on consignments ol
Cotton, Tobacco, or other produce.
Bonds, Stocks and Gold bought and sold on com-

Taussig, Fisher

10.

Current Kates.

BANKERS.
William Street, New

per cent.

CITT, .<!T. JOSEPH AND COUNCIL
BLUFFS RAILROAD—8 and lOpercenl.
MISSOURI RIVER. FORT SCOTT AND BDLF KAIL-

KANSAS

cN

BANKERS,

Accounts received, which may be checked against

BDRLINRTON AND MISSOURI RIVER RAILIWAD
(IN IOWA)—3 per cent.
BURLINGTON AND MISSOURI RIVKR RAILROAD

&

ALEXANDER SMITH

ADVANCES made

BROAD 8TBKBT,

6

Bny and Sell on Commission the Bonds of

22

Ex>

ueitoBUa, which

».n

lor at ftiyht.

No. 40 Wall Strrcl,

&

Scott

P.

Ni'w York

Pecurltles, Stocks, Bonds. Gold,
L>ou[iiit and bold

J

.

Tiavelera' and Commercial Credits issued.
Loau>i Negotiated.
Money recelvea on deposit at interest.
Exchange drawn on the Paris house and on the

E,

Co.

and Mercauiili! Paper

UNION BANK OF LONDON.

Chase

&

Bankers,
50 WALL STREET,

NEAV YORK.

No. 52 Wall Street,

Oulled States. Canada and West Indies.
Telesranlil3 Transfers of Money to and from London, Paris, San Fraucisco, Havana, Ac.

Co. E. Judson Hawley

&

Walker, Andrews

isaiTK CIBCITLAB NO iHS AND CIRCDLAR
iue™ 01 Credit available and payable In a I the

1871.

2,

Financial.

Financial.

Banlcers and Brokers.

Duncan, Sherman

[September

Deposits received from Rnnka and IndividnHla. su"
ect to check at sieht. and Interest allowed thereon aV

^OUR PER CENT per annum.

made tlironehout the United States,
Provinces and Europe.
Governnienta Securities boucbi and sold.

Collections

thft

British

Securities.

AND
155

&

157

CHICAGO.

I.a Salle Street,

ILLINOIS INVESTMENT SECURITIES

A

&

Field, King
Co.,
St., Room 4, Nenr York, and

SPKCIALTT.

Chicago,

TEN PER CE'JTRi'Klstered town and County Bonds
payable by State Treasurer.
TEN PEB CENT Mort({a?e Loans,

P?~Oar

"

Hand Book

wHh

wide

ninrirlns.

&

Co.,

FIRST MORTGAGE

ILLINOIS REGISTEIJKD RAILROAD
7, 8

and

Transact a General Banking busi-

fy We always

have a fupply

ot the
the best class.

and sale
Government and State Bonds. Railroad Stacks and Binds, and otbe

iron or Steel Riills, I<oroni<i>tlve»
all bnsinen«<i4e#>.n«cted

ecurltias, vii tunimlssion.i

Co.

EXCHANGE PLACE.
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES,
FORRHIN EXCHANGE and GOLD bought and sold
^0.

5fl

STOCKS, BONDS,

BANKING HOUSE OF

Geo. Opdyke
NO. as

&

Co.,

NASSAU STRBRT,

(i;omer of Cedar street.)

Dealersln

ADVANt'ES made on all marketable securities.
CERTIFICATES ot Daposit issued hearing interest
'JOLLFCTTONS msde at all pnlnls ol tho CNICM
*d BRITISH PKoVlNOEU.

cent per annum.

CBRTIKICATES OF DEPOSIT Issued, bearing Fotm
Ser cent Interest, p'yuble on demand, or alter
.\tid

dates.

COLLECTIONS made

on

ill

accessible points In the

United States, Canada and Europe.
Dividends
and Coupons also collected, and all most promptly
accounted for,
ORDKKS promptly executed, for the purchase and
sale of Gold also. Government and other Securities, on commlssiou.
INFORMATION furnlBhed, and purchases or ex;

changes of Securities made for Investors
HBQOTfATlONS of Loans, and Foreign Uxchsnge
eflected.

AMERICA,

Bowman & Co.,
commissioN merchants.

NEW YORK.

29 Broadway,

of the World.
''""' •*'"» of Exchange, payable
lii'jr"'"''^"",'
In

r.^'X"Brfiuh"f-

T

S<'pt>«n<1

»nd

«nd Ireland, also on

Fmnclsoo
l'i?i?^.%" and
CoUected, '"..''.I.'''''™''!"
»""" Jgnk^ln|^b„^l„ess
Kail

WALSH,

tc

BOW^MAN,

SMITH,

APCH. McKiN'LAY.ti**"

BAHIA

CRAWFORD &

SI

Issue Ijetters ot Credit Tor Traveller*
Available In

''

all

part of Europe, etc.,

THROtJGn THK

OR

Messrs. nOTTINGUER d: CO., or:Part»
Also COMMERCIAL CRFDITS and DRAiSTS on
LONDON. PAUiS, aud SCOTLAND.
ADVANCES made on Consipinments. STOCKS and
BONDS boHsht and sold on Commission.

CO.,

S.

M.

W. M. PERKINS.

SWBNSON.

T>.

SwENsoN, PerkIns
80 W^aU street

NEW YORK.

WALSn,

SMITH

&

CO.,

MOBILE Ala ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.

Jones
12

& Schuyler,
PINE STREET,
NEW YORK.

Rallnray Commission Merchants.

New

& Co.,.

F.xchanjrpsnld on Texas and Louisiana.

&

M. Weith

DEALERS

Collections^

Arents,,

IN

SOUTHERN AND
MISCELLANEOUS
No.

Contract for

KKBNtON.

Orleans

m ide ou all accessible points.

J.

L.

& Co.,,

Now York.

Perkins, Swenson
CRAWFORD,

Hill.

trSed"'""

BANKERS,
WALL BTRE E'T

Represented hy

BOROTT

48 Wall Street,
Commercial Credits Issued for n»e Ip Fnrobe Chln«
the/ast -.i.d West Indies an.l South
America
if£?Pl
also Circular Lcttci-s of Credit for
Travelers, availarcio, avana
ble lu all parts

N. Y.

CITY BANK, liONDON,

68 Wall Street,

Agency of the
BANK OF BRITISH NOUTH

PINE STREET,

STOCKS. BONDS, and LAND WARRANTP.

James Robb, King &Co.,

on the most favorable terms.
INTEREST allowed on deposits either In Currency
or Gold.subiect to check at sight, the same as witn
the City Hanks.

Woodman,,

G.

BANKERS

DEPOSITS received rom

Individuals. Firms, Banks
Bankers and Corporations, auliject to check ut
sight, and Interest allowed at the rate of Fouk per

&

C.
of

30

&

nith Bailwaji

BONDS,

above bonds,

Gibson, Ca&anova
BANKERS

CDS'.,.

Cars, etc.
and undertake

ness, inclading tlie purcbase

of

r»r Bailrttnd

Contract for

y per cent inlerest.

MISSOURI COUNTY BONDS, 10 per cent.
NEBRASKA TOWN AND COUNTY, 7 per Cf nt.

BROADWAY.

LIUEKTY STliKKT

Bond* and Loans

RAILROAD BONDS.

bearing

Company,,

Negotiate

BOND AND MORTGAGE on Improved Real Estate
inihe ( ITY OF CHICAGO, for a term of years; Interest payable when desired.

BANKERS,

94

69
In

&

BANKF.RS AND MERCHANTS,.

III.,

Make Investments for Capitalists.

of Illinois Securities" sent free'

LOCKWOOD

M. K. Jesup

38 Pine

9

NEW

SEOCRITIBS,..

STRKET.

STEEL and IRON RAILS.ILOCOMO-

TIVE8, CABS, and other

supplies, and

RAILWAY BONDb, LOANS, negotiate
&c.

Loans

egotlat d.

.

.

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

VOL.

SATURDAY, SEPTJiMBER

13.

CONTENTS.
and the Money

Market

A New

During this interval the capital in
employment on call, will be
increased and one of the most important conditions of mone-

Four

The Time

Cents

English

801

Redeeming the
Five-' wentv Bonds
Review of the Month

News

tary ease (jan thus be relied on.
:

Commercial and Miscellaneous

for

Secondly,

aw

Securities, (.told Market,

I

Foreign Excliauge New York
City ltank«,Phil«flelphlaBank8
National Banks, etc

I

I

300

1

now

Quotations of Stocks and Bonds
30.3
Railway News
3W-5
Railroad Canal, &c.. Stock List.
3(K>
liailroad, Canal and (Misccllaueous Bond List
7-8

THE COMMERCIAL TIMES.
ommercial Epitome

.30!)

«tton
readstafla

312

I

|

current.

money

the price of
for

Groceries

supplies of

So

Prices Corrent.

large

likely to

ThbUommf.rcial and Financial Curoniclk
news up

isisiued every Sacur-

to miiiniglit >/

For One Tear
$1(1 oo
For SixMouths
fiOQ
7A«(;iiRoMLLa wiU tie Mnl to mbeeribrriunlU ordered ditcmtiniKd by letter.
Pottage y-X^ cenu per year, and Is paid by the mbfuriber at Ms man posl-cfice.
W ILLTAX 8. DAMA, f
WILLIAM B. DANA & CO., Pnbllanen,
OKN e. rLOTD, ta. f
79 and 81 William Street,
YORK.

Post

Omen

NEW

Box

is

foreign funds

there

as

accessible to

us

been usual
greater

are

and rapidly

is

the supply from

much

home and

foreign sour(»s, that

of it has been attracted into railroad bonds
still

be a larger surplus than usual.

there

is

and

is

Hence, as there

no ground to anticipate any disturbance of the currency, or

the

money market

Publishers cannot he responsible for Remittances unless made hy
Drafts or Poat-Offlcc Money Orders.
A neat file for holdini; current numbers of the Chronicle Is sold at the
i^
ofHce for 50 cents. Volumoa bound for subscribers at $1 23. The first and
second volumes of the Chronicle are wanted by the publishers.

to

in

fall season we have a slightly
money, but the change as yet i3 so

slight as scarcely to justify the predictions of those

who

are

looking for an unusually early develojtment this year of the
usual activity in ihe money market.
It is true there is

much

certainty,

to suggest elsewhere

be

fore-

one or two

Mr. Boutwell's programme, which seem adapted
money market from some of the dangers

protect the

may

which
It is

threaten

it.

hoped that he

will

adopt these suggestions or some

That he will do all in his
monetary perlurbaiion is fairly to be
inferred from the care with which he has adju^^ted in this
view the other parts of his plan. These details, if known,
would greatly tend to reassure the public mind. For
example the 100 millions of Five-Twenties which have been

power

the opening of the

be disturbed or tranquil depends on

We have ventured

seen.

others of a similar

THK FALL SEASON ANU TUB MONIiY MARKET,

will

circumstances which cannot with

changes

4,592.

13^ The

for

inasmuch

any shock to public confidence, the stability and easy
working of the money market for two or three months to
come see'ns assured. Whether the more distant future of

tooity8ul.aariberB,aau mailed to all othersi (exclusive of postage,)

With

good reason to doubt whether

Friday.

TBBKS OF SOBSCBIPTZOH-PATABLB IH ADTANCB.
Th« OOMMraoiAL and Fihanoial CnaoNiOLK, delivered hy carrier

auguienUd duninnd

is

and other securities of various claims,

€l)rantcU.

the latest

there

will rule quite so high as has

several years past,

although so

day mnrning, with

advance to a more normal rate than that

Still

forcing themselves into the reservoir of our floating capital.

3I0lDryQood8

€l)c

reasonable to suppose that the rate of inter-

est will gradually

Market, Railway Stocks,

I*. S.

it is

News

295

THE BANKERS' GAZETTE AND RAILWAY MONITOR.
Xuaey

other securities.

.

Offer to Negotiate the
Pt-r

some

in

Changes iu the Redeeming
Agents of National Banks.
Latest Monetary and Commercial

293

323.

the loan market competing for

THE CHRONICLE.
Tbfl Fall Season

NO.

1871.

2,

to

character.

prevent

comprise 80 millions of coupon bonds held chiefly
Europe and 20 millions of registered bonds held in this
country and chiefly by the uaiional banks. To prevent the
payment for either of these from deranging our money
market the coupon Five-iwenties held in Europe are to be
used in paying lor the new five-s.
If the holders do not so
u.se thein, then the syndicate is to cash them when they come
in under the call, and the bonds can then be pa-ssed over to our
Treasury iu payment for the new loan. Such are, in brief,
This question is of the highest moment, and on it the arrangements for the European part of the negotiation,
depends in no small degree the prosperity and anticipated and although apparently simple they inay be more troublemagnitude of our fall business, respecting which sanguine some in practice than in promise. This, however, we pass

now

some demand for currency in the interior,
but instead of these symptoms foretokening any iimlue
stringency, they indicate a satisfactory movement in relieving the existing plethora, and should be welcomed as signs
of a more healthful monetary condition. One great anxiety
of our business men is of course to know how far the ease
of the money market may be couipromised or threatened
by the negotiations relative to the new Five per Cents.
springing up

hopes »re almost generally entertained. To ascertain how
far these hopes are well grounded, it behoves us to louk
into

the

money market

itself

aud

forecast, if

we

can,

its

And, in the first place, there is no
a large amount of capital which has been invested

cilled in
in

by as

does not, except indirectly, threaten our

it

market

in this

With

regard to the subscriptions of our oatiooal banks

probable changes.

for their

doubt that

with rr.uch care and precision.

in Five-Twentiej will be set free

the current of floating capiul

till

;

and
it

will swell, for a lime,

gradually invests

itself

monej

country.

50

have been made
The banks which hold the

millions, the arrangements

10 millions of registered bonds that have been called

in are

expected to use thum in payment of the subscriptions to the

THE CHRONICLE.

294
new loan. And

further to guard against the danger that any

may be
troublesome part of Mr. Boutwell's promises to pay
national banks to
called for in cold, the subscriptions by the
40 millions have been accompanied by a

the extent of

give in

posi-

bonds

five-twenty

their

in

engagement
But as some of these 6ve-twenties are not on
exc'iange.
the list to bj called in, a fiirtlier arrangement is mad-J tliat
to

tive

the Treasury shall hold

20 millions of

government gold

th^

redeem s\ich of the noticed five-twenties as may
Besides, there
be presented tor piyment at the Treasury.
which have been
are almost 10 millions of the new fives
in reserve to

goM payment.

subscribed for on
coin

it is

supposed that

all

With these 30
probable demands on

ury for redemption will be fully provided

millions of

it is

1871.

2,

one of two alternatives must be chosen by our government

—

up for the present

either to give

all

further attempts to

refund the debt, or else to close up the negotiation in some

such

way

as that here proposed.

to this offer

as

If,

is

reported, the parties

have control of such large means, and can

oflfer

such ample securities for the fulfilment of their contract, as
to leave

nothing to be desired on this score, then the chief

would be

difficulty

which

high rate of commission demand-

in the

exceeds anything

ever paid by us before,
though some foreign governments are reported to have paid

ed,

far

much on small

as

hdve been done
Till

the Treas-

Hence

for.

[September

defer

more
giving

and the

loans,

French loan

late

said to

is

a commission of 2 per cent.

at

is known about this alleged
any decided opinion upon it.

wc must

offer

As

the Five-

argued that no serious trouble can arise in the foreign Twenties which are to be withdrawn by means of these
exchanges or in the money market, as the amount of new bonds are held to a very large extent in Europe, there
gold to be thrown on the market will probably exceed the

For

amount withdrawn therefrom.
advance

may

to replace

them with

interest.

And

of the monies paid in for the new subscriptions,
tell until

we know more about

from a semi-

disturb-

tlie

we cannot

We are informed

details.

source that these monies are placed to

fHcial

government on the books of the National
agencies, and will be drawn by the government
is wauled to pay off the bonds called in.
It,

the credit of the

Bank

fiscal

only as
in

it

does not pass into

fact,

the Treasury in actual gold.

an important part of the plan, as it is designed
view to leave the finances of the country
undisturbed, so that the government receipts and disburse,
ments on account of the loan may balance each other.

This

is

with

a

How

smoothly the machinery
but

foresee,

market
There

it

is

also

is

will

work

by

impossible to

it is

any event the money

so contrived that in

not be disturbed

will

would appear, that we should command the
the bonds in and

it

any consequent perturbation

from the methods of temporarily disposing

arise

a necessity,

aid of foreign bankers, to help us to call

Whether any such

in gold is'anticipated or

of our currency arrangements.

ance

?ame reasons no

the

is

it

for several

months.

a further guarantee against stringency or

new

the

lower rate of

security at a

the peculiar character of the negotiation

may

perhaps oblige us to pay a higher rate of commission than
would be proper under different circumstances. Still we
fear that our people will fail to appreciate the necessity for

so heavy a disbursement, which, on

the whole 1,300 milwould amount to the prodigious sum of 32 millions of
dollars.
Some persons have supposed that this offer origilions

who wish

Bated with the Syndicate,
profit

to get a higher rale of

on the remainder of the loan than has Leen allowed

We

on the 200 millions just negotiated.
is

no foundation

supposition, and

for this

understand there
that

the foreign

bankers concerned in this offer have no part in the Syndiin London by Messrs. Jay Cooke, McCiilSooner than pay any more than the ^ per cent
authorized by law, our people would in all probability

cate, organized

&

loch

Co.

remain for the present as it is, and
improvement of our credit at home
This improvement will inevitably go on, and

prefer to let the debt

await the gradual

other monetary trouble, in the fact that the hearty co-opera-

and abroad.

tion has been secured of all the great

it must soon reach a point at which
the conversion of the
whold ma's of our Six per cents into a Four per cent consol

this city

Thirty

who were prominent
which was,

loan,

in

government bankers

in the negotiation

several

in

of the Seven-

respects,

conducted loan-negotiation of large magnitude

the

best

which our

could be consummated
terras than

government has ever made.

Among
ance

A

NEW

OFl'ER TO NEGOTIATE

TUE FOUR
The debt statement offers (he gratifying
that Mr. Boutwell, from his surplus revenues,
by * 9,206,279 the aggregate amount of the

the

is

now seem

with

difficulty

less

and

on

better

possible.

the reasons for this delay, one of great impoit-

based on the improvement of our currency.

past year or two the

premium on gold

PER CENTS.
announcement

rapidly, and our greenback currency

has diminished

factorily to its proper

national

that there is

little

debt
simultaneously with this news Wall street
was disturbed by a multit'.:de of rumors
relative to the new
loan.
Among them was the report that a new offer
his been made from foreign houses
of the highest stand
mg to take the whole of what remains of the
government

approaching so

status of convertibility

doubt but

if

we wait

During
fallen so

with

satis-

gold,

a short time, resump-

loan markets

loan of 4, 4|, and 5

is

has

of several foreign

And

per cents authorized by the acts
of
Congress of July, 1870, and January,
1871. The amounts

tion

solve

will

many

us

for

of the difficuhies

which now

oppose our funding operations abroad.

Another argument
competition for

tlie

in

same

money which

is

direction

going on

is in

in the

the sharp

European

hy the almost simultaneous appearance there
Governments as borrowers. The Fiench
year deranged the European money markets and

war last
300 millions of 5 per cen!s, advanced the rates of interest; and although this first move300 millions of 4^ per cents, and 700 millions
of 4 per ment was only temporary, it was followed by the apprehencents.
The consideration demanded by these
fore-gn houses sion and uncertainty caused by the expected appearance of

comprised in

this

offer are

18 that they shall be allowed
2J per cent
as the Syndicate will receive, in
addition

the

^percent allowed by

duphcatic.n of interest,

erable value,

commission
to their

•

and

law, certain

advantages in the
which are estimated to be of
consid-

urged that the new proposal of 2^
per cent
would be acceded to by Congress, if
the proper repre;entations
be made. This opinion is supported
it is

by the argument

the

refundmgof the debt has been so long

that

in agitation, has
progress during the p,st three
or four years
and that any more protracted
agitation will be so

madeeo

So long as France
new ?oan at present

France as a large borrower.

share of pay 6 per cent, and her
the investor 5.70 per

cen*-,

dicial to the interests

of commerce and general
business, that

willing to

prices

pays

besides the prospective advant-

age of an increase of his capital by a futurs advance in the
fjuotations,
a large amount cf fordgn capital which might

—

otherwise have chosen to invest itself in our

be attracted to the

rentes,

new

fives will

and France will be, as we have

money

often shown, a formidable competitor with us in the

little

preju-

is

markets of Europe.

Moreover, our

we

hinted

week, have not

in

England,

at

last

and

in

the

securities,

British

from

been very

money

caust s

popular

markets

a

September
good

bond,

railroad

wouM

investor

THK CHRUNICLK.

2, 1871.]

pa^in;^

appear

t)

or

more

hiuch

Goven.incnt bonds paying four or

7 per otnt to tho
tempting than our
five

jier

cent.

It

is,

indeed,

much

dice in

rcgarl to the securities of our Goveri.ment should

to

be rogretteJ that

ignorance or proju

this

so operate, and that forcigu investors should close

Hut we have

to their true in'erosts.

And

thoy arc.

one of the

it is

new Syndicate

the

to deal wiili

eyoK

f:«ct»

Government

wore outsta ding, to

all

of

one-thirl

the

145 million^'
hive been

of

agirregHte

them seem, however,

of

alr.ady redeemed, and ciiher cancelled

to

placed

or

the

in

Sinking Fimd.

As

as

credit

complete the payinj; off

programmn which in other respects appears likely to work
well.
The whole of the bonds called in would amount, if

About

advantages which

iiici<lental

confer on our

will

thoy will enable us to

that

th>'ir

2^

to tlio general efTects of this

there are

among them

Chief

circles.

new Treasury n'ovement,

quesiions which are agitating tho fina:icial

.'•evcral

The

the question of time.

is

months
another '200 millions of our public debt in addition to the following t;ie present date are the most unfavorable for any
490 millions which wo have previously redeemed during large o|>eration of government finance, requiring tho mo»e-

The moral

the last five years.

on our credit

effect

which will be produced

Europe, by the paying

in

experience of past

years sliows us that the

six

of masses of capital of any considerable magnitude.

mi.-nt

from

Mr. Mc(4illoch made some of the worst mistak-<s of his
surplus revenue) of nearly 700 millions of our war debt, and a<!ministration from ignoring this fact.
It is easy to underby the prosperity and material progress which our people stand the reasons which render the fall month) u.Jcsir&blu
are

now enjoying

off (chiefly

to a greater degree tlian perhaps

nation on the face of the earth,
siderable force, and

it

—cannot

justifies

fail

any other

to act with con-

tho policy which

«e have

suggestid of choosing to defer any further elFurtA at funding
the debt except the operation can be achieved at a

for

large Treasury

after

revival of liiisiucs?,

machinery of the country to
analogies with

The
some

extremest tension.

Both, at

transportation.

for

facilities

its

its

a great commercial nation has

of

full

and strains the monetary

activity on the wheels of finance,

more money mechanism

reiisonable cust.

The

negotiations.

quietude of summer, puts the pressure of

the

worked by legitimate business to their
fullest capacity of endurance.
In both, if any extra work is
imposed from governmental or other parainount demands,
the most conspicuous and annoying derangement may supercertain seasons, are

THE TIME FOR REDEBlllSC THE FIVE-TWENTY BONDS.

As we announced, some weeks
1st

September gave the

ago,

Mr. Boutwell, on the

legal notice for

tlie first

redemption

of tho Five-Twenties, those earliest issued being

The amount

redeemed.

the

vene.

originally intended to be called has

been increased to 100 millions, and the interest on the bonds
to cease

is

on the 1st December, when the required 90 days

As this

will expire.

history of our

and

it,

its

financial

probable

men.

as follows

is

is

the first precedent of the kind in the

Government, considerable

The

interest attaches to

by our
by the Treasury

efleots are variously interpreted
oflicial circular,

issued

Sept.

1,

autumn months instead of choosing to let loose
money mechanism of the

his extraordinary pressure on the

country when the activity of business
tlie financial

is

below

average,

iJje

machinery

and easily does any reasonable amount

1871.

;

1 to 74,104 inclusive, of $1,000 each.
registered bonds of the same act
1 to 595 inclusive, of $50 each.
1 to 4.103 inclusive, of $100 each.
1 to 1,899 inclusive, of $500 each.
1 to 8.900 inclusive, of $1 000 each.
1 to 2,665 inclusive, of $5,000 each.
1 to 2,906 Inclusive, of $10,000 each.
The amount outstanding, embraced in the numbers as above, is
$100,000,000. The coupon bonds of the act of February 25, 1862,
were issued in four distinct series. The lx)nd8 of the first series,
embracing those described above, do not bear the series designation upon them, while those of the second, third and fourth
series are distinctly marked on the face of the bonds.
United
States securities forwarded tor redemption should be addressed to
the Loan Division, Secretary's office.
J. F. HABTLY, Acting Secretary.

And

the terms of this notice

There seems to be a

we

to act in the

is

receptive,

:

By virtue of tho authority given by an act of Congress approved
July 14, 1870, entitled an act to authorize the refunding of the
National Debt, I hereby give notice that the principal and accrued
interest of the bonds hereiu bulow designated, known as FiveTwenty bonds, will be paid at the Treasury of the United States
in the City of Washington on or after the Ist day of December
next, an(l that the|iutereBt on said bonds will cease on that day
that is to say, coupon bonds Itnown as the First Series, act of
February 25, 1862, dated May 1, 1862, numbered as follows
1 to 30,69'J inclusive, of $50 each.
1 to 43,573 inclusive, of $100 each.
1 to 40,014 inclusive, of $500 each.

which,

the transportation

in

system of a country, much more is a similar mischief to be
dreaded in the more sensitive organism of finance. Forgetful
of this, Mr. McCuUoch, in some of his Treasury movements
in regard to contraction of the currency and otherwise, was led

and when consequently

Treasury Dbpartmeut,

Of

mischief Jthus occurs

If great

first

trust,

fairness

will

there is little to be saidand impartiality about them

hear the test

of experience.

premature, however, to be too positive on the subject.

It

is

The

doubt seems to be as to the propriety of postponing
the redemption absolutely till the Ist December.
It would
have been better to leave the option with the bond-holder

chief

what

100 millions,

is

it

may

be said,

But
mass of

work.

the huge

Wall street, and why
by any large movethe present 1 Tie reason is

operations daily doing

financial

of extra

in

in

should any apprehension be awakened

ments of the Treasury, such as
found

We

experience of " the street."

the

in

invariably that

causes ten times as

it

much

are

told

pressure on the

do any large business through the cumbrous and antiquated system fastened on the country by our
Independent Treasury law. If public opinion be correct in

money market

this,

into

a transaction involving the movement of
and out of the Treasury, is effected

more
It

both

to

than

difficulty

equivalent

is

to

ways or ten

payments

similar
the

millions.

movement

millions

five

with

of

Multiplying

much

business.

in

sum

this
this

by

10

Govermient business will cause a
pressure on the banks equivalent to 200 millions of ordinary transactions. One hundred millions of loan transactions will thus exert a pressure on the money market as

the

five

million.-*

of

great as 2,000 millions of the regular business of the banks.

Wo

do not wish

correct,

to

press this view of the case.

however, every one must see that

importance

in

the

point of view

we

it is

If it

be

of no small

ju*t adverted

to.

If

Mr. Boutwell, as is proposed in his official circular, defers
the redemption of the 100 millions of bonds till the Ist
of December, how does ho expect iha monay machinery of
bear the stupendous piessure? What
equivalent can he oflTer to the people of this country for so
the

Ojuntry will

What
if he chose, he might get his gold from the Treasury
serious a derangement of their business facilities ?
any date prior to the expiration of the notice, when he reason can he give for imposing such a Ux on the industry of

so that,
at

will
is

be forced to take

diflloult

to see

it

on pain of losing his interest.

It

what reasons have prevailed with Mr.

Bjutwell and induced him to introduce this feature into a

which produces
? For every Treasury interference
derangement causes multitudes of persons to lose
money through no fault of theirs, tnd sjoh losses are really

the people
financial

IHB CHRONICLK

296

Belter h^d it
sort.
a tax on industry ot the very worst
he originally intended,
been if Mr. Boutwell had chosen as
bonds over the wiiole
to dis-.ribute the redem|)tion of the

doubt that with his usual aptness to s( ize and
will adopt
appropriate a practical suggestion of value, he
little

the policy o( allowing the holders of the bonds

to get their

that m\y at
gold and give up iheir securities at (he time
best to the
suit their convenience, and adapt itself

Closinfi

C1.081NG FRICSS OJf CUNHOL8 AN1> U.

mon 'y

market.

Fiveany case, however, this first redemption of the
immediate trouble, and if the insert
Twenties threatens no
In

policy

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is

not adopted

there

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Mr. Bautwell's new loan will exeit,
and is exerting, at home and abroad, a very favorable
We
iiifluonee on American interests and American credit.

The stock market, in the absence of many of the principal
operators, was naturally dull. Prices, however, were as a rule
firm, and toward the close of the month there was a decidedly
strong tone, and indications of an upward movement.
The
of the Fiveredemption

has attended

far

have been so long expecting
Twenties that
able to foresee

tiiis

immediate

favorable contingency, the

least

months

for

will

we

are so

little

consequences now it has been announced.
however, to be well assured that in the

its

It is satistiictory,

negotiation

that

somewhat surprising

it is

to

of

eflecis

come be favorable

the

to the

"short" interest had apparently been closed out, and the weight
of opinion in regard to the future tendency of the market was on
the side of higher prices. No apprehension seems to be felt of
any stringency in the money market, as it is supposed that tlie
funding operations of the Treasury will make money easy
during the next few montlis, and, under these intiuences the prospect of an upward urn in stocks seemed favorable.
I

business interests of the country.

1M

REVIEW OF
The money market
month of August, and nearly

The following

continued to

IHUNTll.

work

months

easily

the transactions in call loans

cent.

;

;

successful negotiation of the

new

The

$107,000,000.

five

was the

topic

per cent loan.

Messrs.

to this country

was

taken by Saturday, the 26th principally by the National
banks. The fact having been thus established that the United
Stated Government can borrow at five per cent interest as a maxi
;

mum,

would seem

to be certain that all six per cent bonds will
soon be funded into others bearing a lower interest. The Secretary gives notice that in three months from September 1, he will

pay

it

ofl'

do

do

$100,000,000 of the I'ivc-Twenlies of 1802.

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all

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:

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Open. High. 1

Atlanlic

Dubuque

Government bond market the absorbing

Jay Cooke & Co., and their branch house Jay Cooke, McCuUoch
& Co., in Loudon, acting as agents for the Treasury, formed a
combination of bankers at home and abroad, called a syndicate,
through whom the loan was successfully j)laced. The amount
remaining to be negotiated was about $130,000,000, of which
$80,000,000 was appropriated to the foreign market, aud $.50,000,
000 to this cfiuutry. The subscription books abroad were opened
on the 22d, and closed on the 23d, and the total amount subscribed

was

—

&Terre Haute

Alt.

Del., Lacl!

to affect the call loan market.

In the

July and August, 1871

of

throughout the
Railroad Stociis

all

show the opening,

closing prices of railway and miscellaneous stocks during the

There was, at times, a slightly
increased activity in the demand for money but this proved to
be only temporary, and lenders failed to establish any permanent
advance in their rates at the close of the month, however, there
was an appearance of greater firmness in the market, and call
loans were quoted nominally higher. The demand for money
trom the interior was not excessive, and the banks found no
ditiiculty in meeting it, without reducing their balances sufficiently
were done at 2@i5 per

table will

rates for the

ma { ranging from 1-04 to 1 per cent a day, the latteriate

use of gold,
having bee

September
jmlJ on tho

u&ted

wliou

211(1,

tlm aliovo

ill

THE CHRONICLR

1871.1

2,

tin-

hijfli

oporntlong of tho (fold r.lI>|no riilmltho Socrntar/ of tho Treasury then

ralo«

297

Cateat £lIoiutar)) anb (Sommercial Cfnglist)

Ncvf

;

came to tho rollof of tho iiiarkot hj nollinjif f 1,00(),0()0 of gold oiio
day beforo tho iiaual time, Bab8e>|uent to which the nttea dc-clincd
and ranged at ordinary figures.

oouMi or aoLD

KATB« OP B«OH4l«n8 AT LONDOIf, ANB ON
AT bATBMT OATSa.

E.01<II»0H

EXCnANOB AT LONDONAUCiUST

18.

im adsuit, 1871.

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1SI17....
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if

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Paris...:

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ii»x
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lUXjlUH

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Wedni-sdiy...iii,ll-J>iilias!ll4>iilUHi
!40X:!53>i 14-X
"
Thur»dny....l7,lUH,'t^". 1U«4 lUHl
18«.1.... 144X 14U^lll5J<
"
Fild.y
...18 lta,'illia!i iia^-hH,'^
1884 ... iSS |2!l!«l*l\'
"
Hatirdiiy
im!ius;i:j>. iivjtiiuri
ISIW....
M(nday
»l ;l-i', !H',
18«i.
:i5jt n2x WAX
Taeadiy
4il|U'iKlll3H lUHllU?.'IS'cc.Taiil. 137l.|llO;t|llO>f IIDH 11«%
'

mx

Havana
Uio do Janoiro
Ilalila

Valparaiso ...
I'enianibuco
Sinjjapore.

..

IfouK Kong..

Ceylon

Foreign Exchange was completely unsettled during a great Bombay,
Madras
of the mouth by the stringency in gold, and rates fell ofiF Calcutta
materially, tho best bankers' GO days sterling bills selling as low Sydney
as lOSJ from the hands of third parties. Aft«r tho cessation of
[From our own correspondent,!
the pressure in gold exchange recovered tol09J((ClO!)i-,but reacted
London, Saturday, August 19.
toward the close of the month, and was quoted then at 1082^109^
During the greater part of the week tho weather has been
for prime 60 days sterling, and 109|@l09i for short sight.
intensely hot and dry, and a large breadth of cereal prtxluce has
STERLINO EXCUAKOE FOR ATJ0C8T, 1871.
been cut and carted. The dryness of the weather has enabled the
fiOdnvs.
8 days.
60 days.
3 days.
farmers to stack their produce almost immediately, bo that it has
.

I'art

Aug.

10»Ji(follO

1

S..

109K($nO

.

li9XaiOM74

l....\0»}i&lO»}i
8
@109K

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10

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10«X@10!)>.
11.... 109)iai0»>i
li.... loyji^ioiix

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"

14.... \o»}imo»x
IS.... 109lt®109)j
1«.... 109S'®10»j<

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••

Aug. 17.... 109>,'@109>i

1105^@110>tf

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4

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110K®110K

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110

109%®110
109K&110
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19....
31....
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109

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30.... 109 @109>i
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CHANCES

imhmf»y,

(ai09>i

108si@108Ji
108)«@108Ji

©nox

109

THE REDEEMI.NC AGENTS OP NATIONAL BANKS.

I.N

The following

are tho changes in the Kedceraing Agent.f of

National Banks since the 17th of August, 1871. These weekly
changes are furnished by, and published in accordance with, an

arrangement made with the Comptroller of tho Currency

HAKB or BARK.

LOCATION,

New JerseyNewark. .
Louisiana"

New

.

RBDEEXnte AOKNT.

The Merchants' Na- The Importers' and Traders' National
tioual Bank
Bank of Now York, approved.
ThoTeutouia .\at'l Tho Importers' and Traders' National
Bank
Bank of New York, approved In

.

I

Orleans.

place of the National Bjink of the

in shocks only a

that the estimates

Witli regard to potatoes, the accounts
(juarters there are reports of
disease, but the complaints on this head are very few. Other
roots will yield abundantly, and that this will be the case is the

taken into consideration.

are very encouraging.

From some

more evident, as tho period of hot, oppressive weather seems to
have broken up, and cooler and more genial weather has set iu'
During the last forty-eight hours, rather a heavy amount of rain
has fallen, but as the days have been bright and drying, harvest
work has not been at all impeded. The rain, rather than injuring
tho wheat, may, after the last fortnight of scorching weather, have
a beneficial efi"ect by setting the grain more firmly, and by saving
a considerable loss of produce in the process of cutting and
carting.

The farmers have been

so

busy

in

the fields of late tha'

new wheat
The samples received, howbeen sent to market.
Assoclation
proved.
ever, although showing signs of having been hastily preThe German Nail The Firnt National Bank of Cinciupared, indicate that our present wheat crop is not deficient in
Bank
nati, approved.
The Cook County The Chemical National Bank of New quality and condition. In fact, the crop is unque3tionably a good
National Bank ...
York, ai)))roved
The First NatlonallThe Valley National Bank of St. Louis, one, and it may also be repeated that the yield of the land this
Bank
approved in place of the Third Nayear is as heavy as in the most abundant of seasons. Some
tional Bank of St. Louis.
The First NationallThe Union National Bank of St. Louis, farmers have seized the opportunity of thrashing their wheat on
Bank
appioved.
The First National.The Union National Bank of St. Louis, the fields so as to save the expense of carting and stacking. Such
Bank,
approved.
iThc National Bank The Ninth National Bank of New a course is evidently remunerative, for wheat is selling at a prir^
of Jefferson
Y'ork, approved as additional rewhich, with an average yield per acre, pays well, while, at the same
I

Commonwealth, New Y'ork.
Tbn New Orleans The Bank of New Y'ork National BnnkNallonal Banking
ing Association of New York, up1

Loniaianu—

New

few days. Further experience shows
which have been ventured upon respecting our
crops are pretty correct, for while wheat promises to be an average,
<ir perhaps something under an average, all other descriptions of
produce promise to be full average crops. Barley, oats, beans and
peas will be abundant crops, a result which might safely have
been anticipated when tho favorable weather for those grains is

remained

Orleans.

up

to the present

time, only a small quantity of

has

1

Kentucky—
Covington.

|

lUlnolsChicago...
Missouri
Sbclbiua

I

.

Mlssonrl—
La Orange
Missouri—
Warr«n«burg.
Texas

;

i

Jefferson

|

)

deeming agent.

much prospect of prices advancing. The trade,
however, although drooping, is not altogether wanting in firmness.
There are two reasons for this First, there is a very general
Now National Banks.
ioipression that France will have to import largely this season in
The following is a list of tho National Banks organized since the
order to meet her deficiencies. That such must be the case seems
17th of August, 1871
almost certain, for if France should be able to surmount the dW.
Official No.
cultics of the present year without the aid of foreign supplies, the
1,88S— The National Bank of Kolla, Missonrl. Anthorized capital, $100,000
paid in capital, $90,000. Cyrns H. Frost, President Robert f. Faulk- opinions which have been formed of the resources of that countryner. Cashier. Anthorized to commence bnslness August 81, 1871.
l,86fr-The First National Bank of St. Joseph, .Vlichgan. Authorized capital,
have been greatly underestimated. There is, however, even at
M0,p00 paid In capital, $35,000. W. E. Hlpnan, President Francis
this early period, a moderate inquiry in our markets, and "off the
Jordan, Cashier. Authorized to commence business August 39, 1871.
1,8CT— Tho .f nlional Bank of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois. Authorized capital,
coast " for fine qualities of wheat, and several cargoes of CaliforW0O,O0p; paid In canltal, »8S0,000. Oeorgc Schneider, President;
W m. M. Scuddcr, Casliicr. Authorized to commence business August nian produce have recently been purchased for transmission to
39, 1871.
French ports. Some new English wheat has also been taken this
week at .57s. 9d. per quarter, free on board. The second causo
—It is ofEcially announced that Messrs. Clews, Ilabicht & Co
produce firmness in the wheat trade at the pretent
have been appointed fiscal agents of the United States Govern- tending to
moment is the presence of millers from the North of England In
ment at London for all foreign

Nebraska—

Tho

Brownville.

The National Currency Bank

First National

Bank.

I

of

New

time, there is not

York, approved.

:

;

;

;

conntries a tmst, until noVr
vested in the bouse of Messrs. Baring Brothers & Co., of London,
;

our Southern markets.

Owing

to the early period at

which th»

THE CHRONICLE.

298

the lateness of the present seasonlast crop was harvested, and to
" year " 1870-71 was a protracted one, and Lancashire and

he

good English wheat.
Yorkshire niiilers now noUce a scarcity of
be supplied, they must, as a matter of course_
As their wants must
and create a demand
ttend the markets in the earlier districts,
Should the harvest in tlie
in a certain sense, fictitious.
is,

53s. in

18C9

;

55s. in 1868,

and

but Germany declines to move on the ground that the bills
have not yet matured, and observes that it must see if the bills
are good, as expressed in the treaty, before the government can
fulfil its obligations to France.
The quotations of money, comwith those of last year, are subjoined

jiared

Open-market rates
aud 60 days' bills 3'<@4

;10

3months

The

Annexed is a statement showing the imports and exports of
bread and feeding stuffs into and from the United Kingdom,
during last week and since the commencement of the season,
compared with the corresponding periods in 1869-70
FOR THE WEEK ENDING AUG. 12.
)870-'71

.

Wheat

cwt.

Barley
Oats

Peas"

81M,041
210,698
246,110
23,783

B5 OSS
396,760
63,540

Beans
Indian Corn
Flour

cwt

Barley

Oats
Peas
Beans' ".
Indian Corn
Flour

32,722,678
7,609,880
9,705,.348

1870-71

.
.

Imports.
l,l'ti0,2l)9

2,574

5(Pa,!l87

M
W

806

(AUO. 28.
964,912
101,193

37,.38S,272

7.633,660
11,108,365

753,.'J70

6

5

6@7

5
4

5,><@6

Vienna

5

Berlin

6

Frankfort..

..

3

102,267

Circulation,

including

bank post

bills...s...

Wheat

cwt.

Barley
Oats

Peas
Beans
Indian
Flour

Sept.

weelc.
987,892
136,090
11.5,430

1,146,66

18,9^3
21,237
458,566
109,783

Com

1.

26,651,065
8.799,411
5,775,493

Since
Sept. 1.
16:1,705
103,29:]

5
84

2,2I>1,085
1.3,031,.'i63

21

3,6»4,850

646

122,709
26,150
4,694
4,512
32.678

Of our imports of wheat into the United Kingdom during the
cwt.
first seven months of tlie current year, viz., 19,386,678
7,436,482 cwt. were received from Russia, 7,063,994 cwt. from the
United States, 1,166,348 cwt. from British North America, 927,072
cwt. from Turkey, Moldavia and Wallachia, 215,108 cwt. from
Austria, and 1,673,461 cwt. from Germany.^ (The increase in our
imports from Russia, as compared with last yeir, is 3,300,000 cwt.,
from the Austrian Territories 172,000 cwt., from Turkey, &c.
630,0C0 cwt., from Canada 185,000 cwt.; while from the United
States there is a decrease of 180,000 cwt., and from Germany

The increase in our importat'on is chiefly due, thereour augmented receipts from Russia. Our imports ot
flour show a diminution of nearly 400.000 cwt., the total for the
first seven months of this year being 3,456,278 cwt,, against
581,000 cwt.

fore, to

This decrease is chiefly due to the small
importation from France, the total being only 2,354 cwt., against
577,039 cwt. last year. From the United States the imports were
2,839,393 cwt. in 1870.

1,287,184 cwt., against 1,256,648 cwt. in 1870.

Previously to the recent hot weather
tained respecting

tlie

many fears were enterhop crop. The following report
our principal hop-growing country, will dis-

safety of the

from Kent, which is
pel some of those apprehensions

3X

^Op.

St.

ni'kt->

1870. 1871.

5

5

6

6@7 3^-%

4
6

5

6

6
8>f

3

8

llamburg

8

Petersb'g 8

7

:

1867.

Public deposits
Other deposits

Government

1869.

19,468,445
securities. 12,812,373

£

£

24,1!I8,115

24,:34:l,380

3,272,108
18,596,803

5.345,420
20,442,729
12,483,861
20,886,759

25,013,432
4 686,330

1.3,790,131

14,;«)4,767

16,174,185

13,790,738

11.489,791

23,.5:12,6(il

rate

20,7:i5,201

12,270,.374
211,957,809

2 p.

2p.

c.

iU%

Consols
Price of wheat
Mid. Upland cotton
Ne. 40 iBiilc yarn

SX

c.

Wy,A.

p. c.

528. Od.

5.58.

lil>5d.

Is. 3d.

11,249,953
19,785,988
4>6 p. c.
91?^
54s. lOd.

9:!;,'

937i
Od.

68s. 4d.
..

1871.

£

24,75^,090
2,866,231
20,172,244

14,600,771

Coin and bullion

1R70.

S

6,.526,514

coin

Bank

1868.

£
24,449.800

Other securities
17,052,659
Reserve of notes and

1». 2d.

8%d.
l^d.

Is. 3','d.
Is. 5d.

2:1,178.143
14.268,.368

16,898,298
15,2.38,769
2,'),;a8.009

2p.

c.

^3X
5Ss. 5d.

8%d.

Is.

1%A

Is.

In the rates of foreign exchange there have been no material
alterations,

and the bullion market

The following

is

prices of Ijullion are

without an especial feature.

from Messrs. Pixley, Abel!

Langley & Blake's circular
s.

Bar Gold
Bar f Jold, Refinahle
United Slates Gold Coin

per oz. standard
per oz. standard
per oz

d.

d.

8.

77 83i®77 9
77 II @. ...
76 3

®

SILVER.
8.

Bar Silver, Fine
Bar Silver, containing 5 grains Gold
Fine Cake Silver
Mexican Dollars

d.

d.

8.

per oz. standard.
5 OJt;® 5
per oz. standard.
5 IJ^®
per oz.
no price.
per oz last price. 4 10 15.16@4

—

OX
11.'^

The prominent feature in the Stock Exchange is a continued
demand for British railway share8,in the value of which a further
Consols are without important change but
have attracted more attention, aud have
improved in value. United States Five-Twenties, however, are
somewhat lower, on the announcement that largo amounts will
be called in on the 1st of September next for redemption on the
1st of December.
The following were the highest and lowest
prices of Consols and the principal American securities on each day
rise

has taken place.

foreign

of the

;

securities

week

:

:

Monday. Tuesd'y. Wedus'yl Thnrsd.

The brilliant weather

of the past fortnight has had a most remarkable effect
•
on •'- hop planis, whieli, IhrouKliout the entire hop-f,Towing districts of
the
Kent an d tlie udjoimui; counties, show a marked improvement Already the
niants are getting uito hurr, wliich is fast developing itself
The improvement
hiLS extended itself to the worst grounds, and in these a fair
sprinkliii.» of lions
IS expected to be grown. In the best cuUivati-d plantations,
in whicirHie hoos
are eullivatednn the vinery principle, more especially in the district
around
Maidstone, there are indiratlons of a yield of 20 cwt. to ilie acre but this
will
be an altogether exceptional crop, there being hundreds of acres in which
on the disastrous weather of the early summer the croo
consequent
will nof
produce more than one cwt per acre
The reports from the Continent ,1 hopgrowiiij- districts arc variable, but all agree that the crop will
this '
vear lin
below the average.

5
Brussels .... 7
Madrid .... 5

Annexed is a statement showing the present position of the
Bank of England, the Bank rate of discount, the price of Consols
the average quotation for Engl i.^h wheat, the price of Middling
Upland Cotton, and of No. 40 Mule Yarn, fair, second quality
compared with the four previous years

5,750,218

Exports.-

rate—,

1870. 1871.

5!>;(gt7>i 2>i

Tlie following are the totals for the corresponding periods in

For the
week.

n.,
li.

at the leading Con-

^B'k

5

5

16,4.-)0

^-^

money

for

At Turin

4X

8X 5@6

14,411
3,161

1868-'69

1
1

3^
S%

1870. 1871

1870. 1871.

Paris

1,708,760

l.«.>»,364

1871.

3}<f

:

Amsterdam. 6
8,343

2ji4i3X

:

^B'l»rale^ ^Op. m'kt-

35

104,042
21,951
386,177
88,401

bU

2?-,@2Ji

.

3X

The following are the quotations
compared with 1870

""- At

15.5,33.3

B,13ii

,

.

by the joint stock banks and dis-

tinental cities

8,870
1,369
122,122

-Imports.-^^
Since
For the

and

4

1870.

17,12,5,009

961,018
2,018,829
15,2;M,700
4,227,878

l?i@...
1,'.@1X

..

bills. 4 @4>^
bills. 4"<{(!l5
6 trade bills
5 @.5X

Discount houses at call
Discount houses with 7 days' notice.
Discount houses with 14 days' notice

Exports.

5,026

3,237,667
111,563
1,460,996
56,738
18,621
79.275
1,350,817

@

rates of interest allowed

,

Exports.

FROM THE COMMENCEJCKNT OF THE SEASON,
Wheat

4

bills

1871.

Per cent. Per cent.
lji@2

months' b'k
6 months' b'k
4

Joint'stock banks

:

Imports.

1870.

Per cent. Per cent.
iX@-- 2 @...

Bank minininm

;

1871.

1870.

count houses lor deposits are subjoined

68s. 4d. in 1867.

1871.

2,

fort,

which

of things
North, however, be got in in dry condition, this state
will be rectified in the course of a few weeks.
for
Tlie average price of English wheat in England and Wales
last year;
last week was 58s. 5d. per quarter, against 543. lOd.

September

f

Consols
U. S. 5-20'a, 1882

93»,'-93>S^ 93'^,;-93'i 93',--93J^

93J;-«

.

Friday

Satnr.

93%-93>i 93>i-93?S

93?i-933i 93Ji-93>i mX-'JSX 93,>ii-93>i
-',^2
S. 5-20'a, 1884
91 -92 i91 -92 |91
91 -92
U. S. 5-20's, 188.'i
m<4-9SX 93,','-9:l,V 93>b-93!<( 93>i 9.3?;
-....'87 -89
-89
U. S 5-20's, 1874
89
87
87 -89
U. S. 5-20's, 1887
92'<-92K 9.'K-92;i 92!^-9esj n2?i;-92?,'
U. S. 10-40's, 1901.... 92Ji-93 19274-.... x«0i-9H x90Ji-.
Atlantic & Gt. West,
cousol'dmort. bd's 41M-....|41,vr-.... 41,'i-....|42 -.
Erie shares ($100).... 24,\i-....!24 -24X •H)i-'}4%\24;^-.
Illinois shares (flOO). :108i-1091 109i-110 |109i-109(ll09l^II.

.

93ii-9:l?li

91

-92

93

-93V,-

93>i-93Ji
91 -92
93 -93Ja
87 -8'i

9Jk-92ii 92>i;-92>4x91 -... x90{-90t
42X-.... 43

-,

24'i-24)< 24>(;-.
10«t-109i|109;i-

money market there is no feature of importance. The
Messrs. Jay Cooke, McCuUoch & Co. have announced that the
money is still very abundant, but there is rather more will be prepared to receive subscriptions to the five per cent loan
inquiry for long dated paper. The bank return published this of the United States, to the extent of £75,000,000, from Tuesday to
week shows some increase of strength, but as the settlement Thursday next. There are indications that the loan will be fully
between France and Germany is far from being concluded, some subscribed, and the quotation in the Stock Exchange to-day is
J
large sums of money may at any moment be withdrawn from the to IJ premium.
bank. The French government has, as is well known, tendered,
Trade remains healthy, and in the wool and iron industries an
and the German government has accepted, long dated bills in active business is doing. The following relates to thetraJe of
payment of a portion of the indemnity, and as many of these are Manchester
In the

supply

ot

drawn on England there may be some disturbance in our market
when they arrive at maturity. The question of these bills has
brought about a " coolness " between the French and German
authorities at Frankfort. On the bills being accepted by
Ger
many, France mooted the evacuation of a portion of territory
occupied by_Qerman troops, as stipulated in the treaty of Frank-

The

quiet tone which prevailed in this market at the close of last week
until Wednesday, when there were symptoms of rather more
This was brought about by sellers acceding to rather lower prices,
business was done at rates which had previonsly been refused.
a" .1^ prices
1 o-dnv
have been rather higher, and both spinners and manufacturers
nave declined offers which they would have accepted two days since. During
uic week a fair business has been done, and producers have been able to sell
in snfflcient qnanlity to keep themselves
well under contract. Manufacturers
nave a very unpiofltable business at presi'ut, but confidence is pretty general
that prices are not likely to be much
lower for some time to come. The

continued
husiness.

\

September

187

2,

THE CHRONKM.K.

1, J

MMma uroan at naw romc

uhiiiKliince tnd chcapneM of money urui'lrinciilri of (treni^h In the mnrkst,
:')'-r colton or
thu niuiiiifur*
iuhI IhiTc Ih no <lil11riHly wliitti*vrr In ii
iiiUUpoHUlun to HrninmltilD
turt'tl iirli<-l<>. Novurttieli^HH, thurt! Ih fii
"ll utit'iicvrr thry liiivn nii
fttxkM, iitit) lintli (tpiiinrrH nnil tiwin<
Oil 1'u«>Fi(lit> |>i>>ilii- ''t-^, iliKMnif that tlii'y i-ould not
ii|>l>iiriniiitY of iliiiiii^' HI).
hiiikr iiio;;iv»<'^

vMiy

li

i(t

whu'Ii Ihi-y

jirirvi*

Hill'-, ntiil u ftiir l>ii**lnr!*H

contuiKlhi^

l»H(l |>ri'vl«Mi«Iy bt'L'n

done on

wiifi

tliiU

(lity

Bnd on

t7,

boIiHi.

,-

Bxpnrln.

t8fi<.l-"!0

4H.!I(W

tie.:
Mi.!

wm.

.

.

Total

974,795

3,374,121

638,615

tmflic rocuipts of railways in the United

Kingdom

for the

4,158,753

week ending Aug.

The

liW,7e7,777

1I7,1SSI,'««I

160,(174,118

tltl«,60-i,7V6

$llU.7lin,983

tlM,«aa,lM

10b,63u,-.2O<)

. .

Since Jan. 1...

The

tlll,4.'iS,10O

following will show the exports of specie from the port of
for the week ending Aug 26, 1871

New York

:

Aug. 24— St. Koln,

il—St. Allumania, llambnrR -

Aui;.

amounted to £t,00r>,12G, on 13,913 mileB
agaiuHt £918,697 last year, on 13,G05 miles, Mhowing an increase of
3<I7 miles and of £91,-i'J9.
The receipts for the goods traUlc on
the fourteen principal lines nached a total of £397,656, against
£;S0-I.588, showing an increase of £3:1,068.
13,

S3— SL

Clilna,

"

"

128,724

4ftl

American cold
Joe Kelly.Mar-

Sat.

n.

Mon.

'i'A^i

account.

*W*4

!W».
931.

Wed.
WiX

»•)>»

9a>i
*!;i

Thnr.

9t>f

TUCH.

93 s
»3>i

Total since Jan.

U.S.

Aug. 22

90At

»««

'JO?i

I'OJi

—St. North America,
St.

"

...

....

Liverpool Cotton Market.
Liverpool

WhoatiNo.aMil.

l{ed)..V<;tl

(UeilWinlcr)
ifaliforuia White)....

11)

d.

e.

4

W

9
2

29
4
3

U

38

Same time

and California

Wed.

d.

B.

4

9

d.

4

19
11
12

29

9

4

U

3
38

2

29
4
3
38

11

12

12

2
6

— This

6

market

Thur
d.

8.

;

Fri.
d.

B.

10 2
10 11

11

\i
29
4
3
38

closes

11

11

29

U

4
3
38

U
2
e

quiet, at

last week's prices.

Mon.

Sat.
d.

B.

B.

d.

Tues.
d.

B.

Wed.
d.

s.

Beef (ex. pr. mess) ^? 304 Bv
Pork (Etn. pr. mess) y bW

75
45

llacun, Ouuib. cnt.

31
4o

II

31

31
4.')

49

U

45
49

.

.

.

.

Lnrd

t

.\

moricau)

y 112 lb

.

...
'*

Cut.'tiSO<Uuo)

Liverpool Produce Market.
rosin

showing a decline

yance of

75
45

—The

of lid,

9
U

75

Thnr.
d.

B.

u

75

U

15
31

4.')

l>

45
49

49

FrI
d'

B.

75
45
31
45
49

6

Sat.
B.

d.

B.

U
G

19

1

«

d.

8

Tncs.
a.

d.

7
19

9
«

Wed.
B.

7

d.

9
6
6

Tlinr.
d.

B.

7
19

#.38,683

7,522,480

9
6

1,

$7,661, 163

1871

in

|

»7,.522,732

9,835,856

I

Same time

in
$4.8.'i0.1S3

1868
1807

2, 149,909

Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Loan.— Messrs. Fisk &
Hatch, the bankeis, negotiating this loan, make the following
announcement by

circular

account of the very heavy sales of Chesapeake and Ohio
Bonds the last few days, reaching nearly $2,000,000, and mostly
to capitalists in exchauge for their Five-Tivt-uty and Central
Pacilic Bonds, thus leaving only about $5,000,000 still unsold, the
Directors of the Company, through C. P. Huntington, President,
have this day directed us to advance the price to 93 and accrued
His letter to us, containing items of interest to all bondinterest.
holders, we publish entire
Kew York, August 28, 1871.
Messrs. Fisk A Hatch, Financial Agetilt, etc.:
my return from California I notice that the s.iles of the
Gknti.kmen— Since
securities jf the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company are much in advance
and as the Western Division, from the
of the present wants of the Company
Ohio Kiver to the Falls of Kanawha. ninety-Bve (,95) miles. Mill be completed
October and the work on the remainder of the road is now so far advanced
iu
"

On

;

lliat

market closed quiet, common
and refined petroleum an ad-

Mon.

8
19

19,236
4,277

;

^.

RosIn(com. Wllm.)..V112lb
" (line pale)
"
Pelroleum(ald while).
8 lb

week

1870
1869

22

22
10

22

10

11

Liverpool Provisions Market.

Toes.
22

24

II
12

Corii(W.iu'd)...V48011)U'w 29
B«rl>-y(CAuadlao)....y bush 4
Uuls(.\ui. JbCau.)....y45lb 3
Pead (Canadian)
{I50t1b:iii

western

Gold

13,611

565

Total since January

cotton.

and winter wheat an advance

Hon.

Sat.
d.

8.

y bbl «

Flour (Western)

"

— lied

decline,

Silver

Castle,

Previously reported

9j;i@,'i

—See special report of

Breaditulfa Market.

wheat and corn show a
other prices unchanged.

...

96Ji

985

Havana-

tJtates 6s (18G2) at

Frankfort were

Gold
Ang. 25—91. City of Mexico,
Ver% Cruz

Thomas-

Gold dust
25— St. Morro
Silver
Total for the

Fraukfort

3».879.171
52.882,448
19,960,545

fltt'i

9i»S
9U'i

United

in

1867
1866
1866

9!!X

9;)'.'

9."i

93

9««

Same time
$42,187,607
*1,7I3,!H5
63,837,110

18«!l

9:)';

ai

i«?4

daily closing quotations for

1871

lu

1870

94?i

9Vi

<mi

10-409

The

1

*12i''*'SS

$58,809,334

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

98
»:|^

tw

18,000
26,000

»:J>4

93;'<,

(5-ao«,)i8(a
'•
oia, !!«).'>

tts

Same time

81,704

52,817.856

1868

Pr|.
93-.

"^iy.

is«7

s.

Foreign silver
Hllver bars

25,000

Tolil for the week
Previously reported

American securities close quiet and steady, 62s and 65s
sbowmg an advance of ^d and 67s an advance of ^d.
money

142,010

ampton-

acalbo

American gold

prices.

'•

1.856

2:1— Sch.

— Consols close at last week's

SB,KO

erpoolSilver bars

Pernambuco
Foreign gold
23— St. Soutu America,

Para—

Consols for

Liverpool
Foreign gold
26—91. Wirser, South-

tWO

20— St. City of Brooklyn,

"

Liverp'l—

Silver bars
23-St. South America,

Bremen—

Forei|rn silver
S6— St. Poreire, Havre—
Silver bars
SO-St. Abyssinia, Liv-

"

31,700

Foreiiju silver

EnxIIah market Reporta— Per Cable.
The daily closiug quotations in the markets of London and Liver
pool lor the past week have been reported by submarine telegraph,
as shown in the following summarv
London Money and Stock ifurkH.

WI.IW

1..

Provloaaly rcportud

4,417
13,060

i:io,7>«

la,.l!l3

•8,010,501
lMi;flO>,744

:

107,tiH8
!«)s,4llS

.

Ur>.4HI

l.44f,.'<.VI

57,ri«7

Uruziliaii
Kiinl Inilluu
Ki;ypli>in
&(liti-fUullcoU4

t7.07n,8>8

M0.tlO,134

6.a«8.7ltl

',416,106

8,S04,tt«l

dry goods lor one week later.
The following is a statement of tho ox porta (exclusive of specie)
from the port of Now York to foreign ports, for the week eadiog
August 39
zpoRTs rnox naw tork fou the
1S70,
IHBB.
Mm.
1M8
*.1,!jri5,74l
$3,H.»,(iia
»l,r.lH,7«3
|i«,8-«,Hni
Por tlio work

Exports

IninnrtH.

3)12, 4tn

!l,271,T(>t

|6.IW.5in

tA,M.M40

$8,571 ,fvn

|«07,««,UM |llH.Ot4.14S tlS7.a7B,04«
In our report o( the dry goods trade will be louad the ImporMot

iu 18(ii>-70.

—

1870-'71

mporta.

Amorii'an

1«1.

1H70.

iKlTMIS

BInca Jan.

a Htattmiont nliowing tho imports and exportH of
tlio UnituJ Kin^filom, from Sf|)t<iml>«r 1 to

compared with tho corresponding period

van.

lan.
t3.lM.taO
S,Vn,9cn

Total for ttie week..
Pruvluunly ruportad.. ..

ftir, >:ttvo

Wi'din-Niliiy.

cotton into anil from

August

iwi ram

UM9.

Pry KOOiU
Uunural mcrchandlM...

'I'hu Miarki't Un# coni<f(|iifiit)y biH<n rathiT striiillfr niiicp, anil niimeroua olTurv
havi' Ir'i'u rofuMiKl at priccH which wuri» accuptt'd two duyn aj^o.

AiiiicxihI is

295)

PrI.
d.
9
19 6

i.

7

1872,

summer

there

when

For

tlte

of
Is no doubt of the completion of the whole line iu the
all these securities should readily bring par:
will sell none of the Company's Bonds after this

above reasons you

date at less than 93 and accrued interest, and make no sales at that price for
delivery subsequent to the time of sale.
C. P. nUNTTNOTON, President.
Truly yours,

A

letter

from the White Sulphur Springs,

in

the Washington

Patriot, says:

is now under contract from
Ohio River, to be completed in July, 1872. Its
(spiritt*)
10
10
10
10
10
terminus on the Ohio is at or near the mouth of the Big Sandy
Tallow(Americau). ^ 112 lb 43 6
43 6
43 U
43 6
43 o
43 U
River, where the town of Huntington has been laid out on an
London Produce and Oil Markets. Sperm oil has shown a extensive scale, and important improvements already made. A
wealthy company have tlie matter in hand, and have built hotels,
decline of £1 and linseed oil an advance of 10s. during]the week.
workshops, dwellings, wharves, kc, in readiness for the fastSat.
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Thnr.
Frl.
£ ».d. £ 8. d. £ s.d. £ s.d. £ s.d. £ s.d. growing business of the road. The town is named after C. P.
Ltns'd c'ke (obi) V tn 10 lU
10 10
10 10
10 lU U lu 10
lU IU u
Huntington, Esq., of New York, the president of the railroad
Lin!'(!cd(CaIciitia).
62 6
62 6
62 6
62 6
62 U
62 6
company, (ieneral Wickhani, of Richmond, is the vice-president
Sn^-ar(No. 12Dchstd)
3fi 6
jlirJIb
36 6
36
36 6
and the active manager of the company.
36 6
36
Suermoil
81 U
81
31
U
81
81
81
From Huntington to the falls of the Kanawha River, a distance
Whaleoll
36
36
36
36
36
36
of over a hundred miles, the road will be finished and the cars
Linseed oil
32 15
32 15
3il
33
V too :I2 10
running on it by the lat of October. The cimnection will be
made from that point to this by a line of stages, over a MacadamDOiVliSIKKIMAL
MISOICLLANEUDS NEWh.
ized road. The d istanco is about eighty miles. The whole length
of the lino is under work, pushing rapidly forward. From this
lupouTD AKi> Exports pok tub Week.— The imports this place to Millboro' they are making a new road, so as to supersede
week show au increase in both dry goods and general the heavy grades of that portion of it. When completed, in July
merchandise.
The total imports amount to $10,383,922 this of next year, there will be no grade on the road greater than
week, against $7,108,005 last week, and $9,690,472 the pre- twenty-nine feet to the mile an unexampled achievement in
vious week. The exports are $3,955,742 this week, against scaling the AUeghanies, and an advanWge over other prv>jected
$4,729,4;j7 last week, and $3,959,036 the previous week. The ex- routes.
ports of cotton the post week were 8,631 bales, against 7,101
It is iiu]>ossible to conceive the immeasurable advantagea to
bales last week. The following are the im|iorts at New York arise from this great enterprise to Virginia and West Virginia.
for week ending (for dry goods) Atig. 25, and for the week ending Washington being now one of the centres of a great railway net(for general merchandise) Aug. 26.
work, will receive her proportion of the benefits.

^

.

6

16

16

19

1

;

6}i
io>?

1

«X

The Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad

this point to the

.

—

.

,

.

.

I)

AM)

—

THE CHKONICLE.

300
vro=,.«,

T.nnor * To 11 Wftll

Street, financial

[September

1871.

2,

Bakkiko Hottse of Henry Clews &
32 Wall street, N. Y.

agents of the

Co.,)
i

Letters ot Credit for travelers ; also, commercial credits issued,
available throughout the world.

Exchange on the Imperial Bank of London, National
Provincial Bank of Ireland and all their

Bills of

Middle a^^^^
l^r.n'trct ^'o? ^liltadrctneltia. the Ea-rn. OneaO\ es
the
States, with the best portions of

Bank

Scotland,

of

branches.

,

Southwestern
extension
beinff almost a due w^si

TZph
Rive?

ot

the

Hanmbal an^

»t.

on the Platte
road to the Union Pacific at Denver City,
between St.
The Eastern Division of the road, lymff
completed a tew months Bince a d

Joseph and Marysville.was
a premium "ver the
the bonds on Uiat section already command
the market, though unsupprice, at which they were put nv.on
"'«
Of the Western Division. upon «' "^h
I>orted by a land grant.

are completed, W)
present loan ot |.5,.'5(10.000 is based, 25 miles
rate of progress,
miles are graded, and the entire 160 miles, at the
will be in running order by next August.
route
On another page will be found an interesting map of the ot the
particulars in regard to the progress

and many
work and value of the

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
check at sight, -which pass throtigh the Clearing-Houseasif drawn
upoa any city bank 4 per cent interest allowed on all daily
balances Certificates of Deposit issued Notes, Diafts and Couadvances made on approved collaterals and
pons collected
against merchandise consigned to our care.
Orders executed for Investment Securities and Bailroad Iron.
;

;

;

;

CLEWS, IIABICHT &

of this road,

________

proijerty.

1

1

Co.,

Old BnoAD Street, London.

fcnding five-twenty bonds.

BAiNRIVC AND FIJiANCIAL.

Office of Fisk & Hatcit,
No. 5 Nassau Street,
Fund
New York, Sept. 1, 1871.
In offering the remainder of the FirKt Mortgage Sinking
The Government have this day notified the holders of
Grant Bonds of the St. Joseph and Denver City Railroad
Land
Company to the public, we would respectfully call their attention One Hundred Millions of Five-Twenty Bonds that
and alter ninety days the inter
Grants, especially they will be paid in gold
to a few facts in regard to the value of Land
where the lands granted are located in a fertile section of country. est will cease. All holders of the issues of 1802, '64, '05, and
The Illinois Central Railroad Company was the first to receive new 65s, should at once decide whether they will hold and
Government aid in the shape of Lands, and in 1350 received a take the gold when called on or convert into the new 5s, 4^ and
grant if 2,.595,000 acres. Of these lands the Company have sold 4<i, or exchange for other securities. As it is possible the preThe mium on gold may soon be much less on account of these heavy
2.179,300 acres, and realized for the same $34,900,883.

THE

VAI<rE OF l,*^» r.RANrS TO KAIl.aOAD

COMPANIES.

,

;

remaining 415,010 acres are

now

selling at an average of $12 50

per acre, equal to $5,255,005. This would make the total value
of the Illinois Central Land Grant equal to thirty million one hundred and fifly-^i^ thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight dollars
($30,150,788), largely in excess of their
Grant is located in a prairie country,

bonded debt. This Land
and at the tima the grant

payments, it clearly becomes the duty of all holders of FiveTwenties to take the matter into serious consideration.
We are strongly recommending in exchange, the six per cent
gold bonds (principal and interest) of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad Company, now selling at 93 and interest, of which we
have only some $5,000,000 still unsold. The total amount of the

was made the land was considered among tliii choicest in the
West for farming purposes. These facts show the great value of
land grants to railroad corporations. The lands of the St. Joseph
and Denver City Railroad Company, so far as their formation is

loan

concerned, are not in the least inferior to those of the Illinois
Central Company, while their fertility and adaptability for farming

lOU.

is

$15,000,000.

We also
now about

furnish the Western Pacific sixes at the market price,
95.

Also the Central Pacific sixes at the market price,

now about

The Central Pacifies, amounting to $35,885,000, are in sharp
any lands in the demand for the German markets, and any amount can be sold as
Western country. The line of the St. Jo.sepli and Denver City Laud readily as so many Five-Twenty Bonds they are freely dealt in
Grant comprises an old and favorite route for wagon travel before at all 'he prominent Stock Exchanges in the world, and will snofi
that the same result will follow
the road was projected. As a natural consequence, the conntr)' is advance to a large premium
well populated, at many points thickly so, and the land cultivated with the Chesapeake and Ohio bonds, on the completion of the
and developed. The St. Joseph and Denver City Company there- road, we have no doubt.

and

other purposes are equal, if not superior, to

;

;

has the advantage of a populated and cultivated, country,
with an established high price for its lands. lu other words, the
St. Joseph and Denver City Railroad Company will realize at
once the same benefits and profit from its land grant which would
be realized from companies owning lands in older States. At the
present price ol the lllin lis Central Company's Lands ($12 50 per
acre), those of the St. Joseph and Denver City Company would
realize a total of §18,750,000 ; and if we take into consideration
the future growlb of the Western Country, and the natural
fore

Holders of Five-Twenties by conversion into Centrals retain the
By
interest and increase their capital about 13 per cent.
conversion into the Westerns the increase is about 19 per cent;
into the Chesapeake and Ohios the increase is about 30 per cent.
Or holders of Centrals can exchange for Westerns or Chesa-

same

peake and Ohios and increase their capital from to 7 per cent,
and in either case have a bond just as sure to be paid, principal
attractions which these lands offer, then, indeed, the amount
and interest, in gold, as a Five-Twenty bond.
realized must
largely excted this
eventually
sum.
Yet
As the amount of Chesapeake and Ohios remaining unsold is so
these bonds, which we are now offering, are backed by such
security as this, to say nothing of their being a first mortgage on small and the demand very great, they will soon be absorbed
a trunk lino which shortens the distance between the Atlantic There are very few Centrals and \Vesterns on the market,
and Pacific 232 miles, which must naturally have a large traffic,
largely advance in price. As it will be impos
and will eventually take rank with the highest-priced railroad and they will soon
bonds on the New York Stock Exchange. The liberal daily sub- sible for all holders of Five-Twenties in any event to obtain these
scriptions to this loan are steadily decreasing the amount unsold, bonds, it would seem best for those intending to make the
and while they are offered for the present at 97^ and accrued exchange to apply at once.
interest, the right is reserved to advance the price at any time
FISK & HATCH.
without notice. The large amount of Five-Twenty bonds which
Harvey Fisk.
the Government is able to pay off by the recent negotiations of
$200,000,000 five percent bonds must stimulate largely the investA. S. Hatch.
ment demand for the eight per cent Gold Bonds of the St. Joseph
and Denver City Railroad Company in the immediate future. In
view of this, and also the fact that it is rarely a bond is offered to
€t)£
investors which combines all the requisites of large income
the most perfect safely and future profit, investors desiring to
and
Pkiday Evening. Sept. 1. 1871.
participate in the division of the remainder of this loan wil I best tZThe money ITtarke'.
During the past few days there lias
promote their interest by acting promptly, as the total amount of been a slight increase in the-deniand for money, and borrowers
the issue was only $.5,.5O0,00O, for the payment of lehich this on stock collateral have generally paid 3^ to 4 per cent., while the
enormous property is specifically pledged. The Bonds are in denom- government dealers have been supplied at 2,
2i and 3 per cent.
inations of $!.! 00, $500 and $100. and are receivable at par and The
demand for money from the interior, for moving the crops,
accrued interest in payment for the Company's land sales
has not yet been sufficient to draw down the bank balances so far
Circulars, maps and documents relatiug to the Loan, furnished on as to affect
the call loan market to any important extent. An
application. Though acting as agents for the sale of this loan, improvement
in the stock market, with anticipations of further
our firm buy and sell, in their regular business, the Bonds of the activity during
the present month, have led to an increased
St. Jo-eph and Denver City Railroad Company, those of the East- demand
for money from the brokers, and should the expectations
Division being now quoted at 103 and accrued interest. These be realized,
ern
this demand may still further increase.
lu regard to
were originally placed by us at 97i.
the funding operations of the government, it does not appear that
Tahser & Co., Bankers, No. 11 Wall street.
they will affect the money market to any important extent, as the

(Sanhccs'
—

©autte.

Snptembor

2,

THE CHRONICLE.

1871.)

tranfinrtinnn will roniii.it chiefly In an exchanpo of new bondx for
old, though it will iin<|U<'i4tioiiably ho tor the iiiteroKt of thn
coveriiniciit niiil of the Imnkrrs ondfiij^cd to keep uionetury ufliiirH
In th" coiintry toU-mbly i'ii«y mid fri'o from violonl dihtiirhuiiccH
duriiiKall tlir linio that the fuiullnj,' transactions uro ii""*K "QThe laHt Bank Rtati-nicnt waH ninch more favoratilo than itx

and iihowg iin incrcamMn the exceHS of reservcB of
the whole pxcok.m being l|10,484,H95. 'J'ho principal item
of imi>ortanre was an incrcnso of $1,81^,2115 in npccio, occ««ione<l
hy lhi> (fovernniont dinhnrBcmont of S<>i)teml)or intereHt. Dctailx
of llu' cliangrs trom tlm previous nock were aa follows
lionns, incroase. |olU,J51
specie, iucreaao, $t,313,'J4^
circulation, decrease, |48.732
deposits, increase, $1,452,830; legal
tendere, decrease, fBOD.OOO.
The following stJitonient shows the present condition of the
associated banks, compared with thesamedate in the last two vears:
Jiredi'cessor,
!35!{,y4o,

:

;

;

;

Auk. as, 1871.
HuVi 47,iM)

Louis und dUcounts
Specie

Auk.

JT,

isw.

fiTS.9 o.kki

auk."**, imw.
jtii.mi.Mii
l'i.*<M«>i

M.ra.iTO
ai.i'ja.sai
sw.-TiBLHiiu
W.iS)..'i"0

Clrculiitloii
Net itnioaitK

Leeal Tuiulcrs
In coiuiuorcial

I'j.lilli.oo

.U.sw.i.ovi

:i4,(««i.iiio

an.mm.wu

is.s.;i»m««i

4S,!A<),u»i

5i.7uu.(M)

paper business has been limited purchasers are
unwilling to take [laper ill the low rates of interest at which it
has previously sold, and the mercantile demand is not pressing,
so that buyers and sellers are apart in their views. With the
advance of the season the dill'ereiice in opinion will gradually bo
;

adjusted.

States Boiidn.—The success of the new loan has
naturally led to incn^sud activity in Government bonds, and both
in this market and abroad business has improved.
Prices are
generally | to | higher on all the later Issues of five-twenties
•which have been most sought for, as they will be the last in order
to be paid oft'. The allotment letters to European subscribers
were distributed on Monday in London by Jay Cooke, McCulloch
& Co., and 70 per cent of each subscrii)t'ion was allotted, from
I'liltcd

which

it

n])pear8

that

the

total

subscriptions

amounted

to

301

whole negotiation, and that tho actual result will most likely be
a Hiuall gain to the market of gold from tho Treaaiiry instead of
an accumulation there. It will be observed by computing the
number of Ixiiiils called in by the order of tho Treaaiiry ol this
day, tiiat the total amount is about l(lM.'),(KKl,000, The excess over
$1(K),(M)(),(KK), however, represents bonds which" have already been
bought by the Treasury and applied to the sinking fund, nud we
presume tliat the order was made
it was m> as not to confiuo
tho serial numbers."
The Treasury nurchiisc of $1,000,000 llve-twcntie'" was made
on Wednesday, the total oftiTinirs ainouoting to $','.MM,.WI. The
telegrapliic delit statement from Washington to-duy shows a net
reduction in the public debt of $!) ,200,271) in August.
Tho following were the highest and lowest pricea of leading
government securities at the Board on each day of the past week:
Sitnrdav, viond'iv, TOfS't v, We'tn— rt'v 1 hrir«''iiT,
TrtllaT.
Aug. m.
Aug. ».
AOK M.
Ana. «0 Af'g. HI.
Be 1. 1.
fi«, 1S81, rcK
'118
IISH IH
.... Ml^K 1HI< -init 1,-H '117
11714 '1' X U7*
n'. is-1 c.,..,i|,.... 118X .... MlDXllSX
llSH 118X " 18^ 11»
llsHllflV
8X .*.
5 .'0'§,18«!o..ap. lUX .... 114X .... ItIK
...
li4S
..
'IHS !UX !l S ...
5«)».l>«il
Mtl^ tl4H 'IIX 114V« 'lUS IIIH •II'X
••
II S lllJi 'lUS lUV
.vacs, is(B
••
•! 4H
'iiiHinx •'.t4Hiu)i "iHx iiix 'ii'/i .... tux ...
5-W», IStan"
•ll:e< 113.)i llltx .... 'ILIl, 1,3J< 113H ....
11:<S
jS !li\
'

m

1

mV

mx

i

5-.'0». 18ii7

••

w-uj'»,

••

Curre ncy
This

•

....

1I8IH;

iar», IWia
K-Ws.rei!

D'l

i'3^11S>«

IUh fax
•110:^111
"Uo^
'iiix iMx lUH
IICX .... 'Hex

113>«

!1I!<

'IWX

....
....

116)j

118X

....

'IIO*

"lllx

....

....

IIG.1,

lll!4

i:i'<

118

Hi*

lll.<

inH mxiiix

'lu

1I3X

llS>i

'IIOX

...

....

tho price bid and asked, no »au was

Is

113« 1I»X

II4«lU!4'lll

114

made

at ttia

UK!?
t!4N

....•ill
•» ii«

Ill

..

lu

IH>(lll«V.'

li8>i

honrd

and Railroad Bo da—Southern State bonds have been
tolerably firm on a fair business; wo notice now upon the Board
State

ii

the Louisiana 8 I'er cents, issued to New Orleans, Mobile and
Texas Uailroad, and the new Virginia Consols quoted at 65, and
Certificates at !iO. These certificates for one-third of the old bonds
surrendered to be funded read as follows
Commonwealth of VmaiMA,
list

i

TnEASUHEn's Offick, Kichmond, Va.,
This

I87-. (

uuto
, heirs, executors
being o-.e M/rd of bond surrendered
under the provisions of an act approved March .W, 1871, entitltHi .\n act to
provide for the funding and payment of the public debt, viz: txiiid No.
,

to certify that there is due
administnitors or assigns,
dollars,
is

about |107,(X)0,000.
Tho ten millions taken by the syndicate
here are turned over to the National banks, as their subscrip- with interest amounting to
dollars.
Payment of 8ai<i "tie-third^ viith
tions exceed the entire |50,000,000 allotted to this country. The interest thereon, at tiie rale of six per cent per* annum, will be provided for in
great event of the week has been the appearance of an official accordance with such settlement as shall hereafter be had between the States
of Virginia ana West Virginia in regard to liie public debt of the State of
notice from the Treasury Department calling in |100,000,000 of Virginia existing at the time of its dismemberment, and the State of Virginia
five-twenties of 18U3 to be paid off on the Ist of December. The holds said bonus, so far as unfunded, in trust for the holder hereof .or bis
notice is as follows

TaEAsrnT Depabtjcent, Sept. 1, 1871.
By virtue of the authority Riven by au act of Congress, aiiproved July 14,
1870, eniitled an act to authorize the r. funding of the national debt, I
hereby give notice that the principal and accrued interest of the bonds herein
below desifjiintid. known as tlve-twenty bonds, will be piid at the Treasury
of the I'nited States, in the city of Washington, on or after the first day of
December ne.\t, and that the interest on said bonds will cease on that day ;
that is to say, coupon liouds known as the first series, act of Feb. «, 18,4,
dated May 1, 18ti2, uumhered as follows
1 to 30,fl!)9 inclHsivc, of *50 each.
1 to 4.J,57a inclusive, of |500 each.
1 to 40,011 inclusive, of $500 each
1 to 74.104 inclusive, of $1,000 each.
And registered bouds of the same act
1 to 5'.t5 inclusive, of $50 each.
1 to 4.103 inclusive, of *100 each.
1 to I.8!t» inclusive, of $500 each.
1 to 8,iKKi inclusive, of - 1,000 each.
1 to «.(it).5 inclusive, of $5,000 each.
1 to 2,!)06 inclusive, of $10.1X)0 each.
The amount ontstauding embraced in the numbers as above, is $100,000,000.
The coniion boiuls of the act of February 23, ;8'i2, were Issued in four distinct
scries.
The bonds of the llrst series, embracing those described above, do
not bear the series designation upon tuem, while those of the second, third
and fourth series are distinctly marked on the face of the bonds. Un;tcd
suites seciirltii's forwarded for redemption should be addressed to the Loan
Division, Secretary's office.
(Signed)
J. F. HARTLY, Acting Secretary.
In regard to this notice, and the several details incident to the
operation of exchanging the bonds, w^e can hardly give a clearer
idea than by tiuoting from the financial column of the Evening
Post of this date, as ifollows
" This embraces eighty millions of coupon bonds, almost all
of
which are held in Etirojie, and about twenty millions of registered
bonds held in this country, and diiefly by the national banks.
The coupon bonds held in Europe will be used as payment for
the new bonds, either directly by the subscribers to the new
bonds or indirectly by being cashed-in by the European syndicate,
and then turned in in payment for the new loan. The registered
bonds will be used by the banks who have subscribed to the new
loan, so that no large amount of the Secretary's promise to pay
will actually be called for in gold.
The subscriptions by the
national banks to the extent of forty millions have been made
under stipulations that the banks turn In their five-twenties. A
part of the bonds so to be turned in are not of the bonds which
have been called in, but are of the more recent issues. Sometiiing less than ten millions of the new five per cents have been
subscribed for under the express stipulation that they shall be
paid for in gold. This ten millions of gold, together with twenty
millions of Treasury gold, is held in reserve for the payment of
such five-twenties as may be presented lor gold. Thus it will
be seen that the amount of gold to be thrown on the market
will most likely exceed the amount to be drawn from
the
market; and hence no serious distirbance of the raon
y
inaiket nor of tlie gold mark, t is anticipated.
In relation
to the disposal, for the time being, of the monev paid
in for the
new subscriptions, it should be remembered that it is placed to
the credit of the Government on the books of the national bank
fiscal agencies, and will be drawn bv the Government
only as it
is wanted to pay bonds called in.
It, in fact, does not pass
into the Treasury in actual gold. This is important to everv
business man, for it leaves the finances of the country undisturbed, and lets the Government receipts and disbursements on
account of the loan neutralize each other. It is the opinion of
those carrying out the refunding operation that not more than
three to live millions of gold will be actually handled in the
:

assigns.
In testimony wlicreof this certificate lias lieen signed by the Treasurer
countersignecf by tlie Second Auditor, as provided by law.

and

Second Auditor of Va.
Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Va.
Hailroad bouds have been more active both for old bonds and
new loans. Central Pacifies have advanced to 101}, Union
I'acifics, first

mortgage, to 90|.

The

following are the highest and lowest prices of the most
active State Bonds at the Board on each day of the week
:

Saturdiiy,

Aug.
ii8Tenn..ol[l...
«» I'enn.uew...
118 N. (Jar., old..

«8»I.Car.,new.
Vlrg., old....

•is

6»8C.ll,J*J
.\I «8i>nrl....
tJn.Piic. m....

6»

U.P. L'd

t....

U.P.Inomc..
Ceiit.Pac.Oold
•

Thl«

".5

7iiM

'4

.5

....

N8

-ei

....

*....
57S<
97

63i4

^%

....
....

88X

88V

'SIX

4

87

*!«

lOUX

75X
45X

•«?
»{<4
S71i
97

....

29.
....

•75X
"44
-iS

...
....

75)i
49
....

fSl^

'fcS

"57« 57X
'rtX :7X

57X
.

89!<
SI

•S.iX
s:
I00J<

FrMsy
Sept. 1.

'1

71

76

75

4-.X

5S.

nesdav, w»-rtne8(l*y, Ttinis'^iiy,

Aug.

Mond'tv,

Aug.

M.-I

the price

la

»i.

.^9

....

•-SX W
-asx 87
1W>X ....

...

lOlM

Aug.
75
75S<
'43
'....
6.SU
58
9;S<
89S<
8.SX
87

Aug. 81
UK 75X

'0.

75}<
....

45

«

75
'44

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

lUOX

....

45

K

'....

83
58

...

"75
7J
"

....
.

«

..

KH 07X
8BH 90

..

6JX

"SS
^8

....

M

75!<

«4X

....

97H
90H

.

..

MX

84.» ....

....

....-x-SW ...
•. I0IS101«

87

Wl

and asked, no «i/« was madw at the Board

i»td

Railroad and miscellaneons Stocks. — The

market

stock

has been quite buoyant on an improved business. The weight of
the market seems to be now on the side of higher prices, and a
this month is quite corfidently talked
at the present moment seems probable, although the
proverbial uncertainty of the stock market renders predictions of
Nearly the wliole list shows a material improvement
little value.
on last week, and the market closes firm, though in several cases
there was a reaction from the highest point of the day. Wabash

further

of,

upward movement

and

stock has been noticeably strong on the largely increased earnings
and reports of a lease or closer business relation with the New
York Central.
The following were the highest and lowest prices of the active
list of railroad and miscellaneous stocks on each day of the last week:
rtday,
\fonday. Tuesday, Wednesd'y huradsy.
Saturday
Aug. St.
Sept. i.
Aug. oO.
Aug. 26.
Aug. 28.
Aug. 29.
I

I».Y.Ceilt*H.K

do

BCrlp

<HH
9<X 91X
98,>i

Kr:e
tteiding
l,«ke -liore....

*»'>«8h
Pittsburg
Sortliwesr

«IH

MX

9SH 99X
»4X »5X

6*^

Siii

fS

98J«

9-X

118)4
71),

....

63X «5
tl-HllSX

118;«119

<,

rlo

pel

Panama
Jlev..C,-.4l
Del..!

aok.,*

10)4lft)S

no
72X
88

01

..•Vtl
75

U

S8X

89

109X
7UK 70,

'80
do
pref 'SUSS «i
IMInls- enlr'l«H3~lS4^« • ..

M

90-

....

t3T

.

••

vtar'posai.rel..

QolcksllTT....
?.clOc.\l«ll

...

A'atSiK-pPs;

i
18

MX
83"

....
...

52X
..'*.

Am.Morcli.lTn •S7X 5SX
..".
57
U?lled ViatJt.
Wells, Fargo.. •»
49X
• Tiili li

ȴ

5;X
121H iK
71
71K
9t)< »JH

Bit

»)%

'«

"ISX

SX
14

52X S8X
83^ US

....

91

•

...

»7«X
'SIX
"isas

jl*!

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••

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"J
M3

ISX

...

52X

52

«SX

....

.94

•••

55

S«

SJ

^'H

*'S

'M^

50X

'^^
<«X

.""4

.

'120

HI

*.;..

V

.3

'I*

MX

gX
««
«
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'8,^
-IWX 1»

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*„ '45 'iV
L^
.WX »^ ,«•„ -S** »
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ilO)<

63

•IPXIU

....

»l

'U*
HO

l"H<

"^H «n
8Hf >«V
WX 4«X

I'2-4

91X

JIX

»
Jt
"X

U\

if

74

SJlJ

the prict bid and aik«d, uo tal4

4 n
O-iX

I5X

J7X

»-X

'"X

U

IIIK
100

blX 'IX

••••

'*^*

••••

«X

tJOX 'l-'OX

55X 56X

'>*

lllX

'Sll*

71

91^

«

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lOU
6.>X

WK

W

H

92«

HOX

'.

M20,

f«*i

IHX 1«X
71i«
9

I

I

68

,

10<
12tiW -119

.!»>«

71

entral. "i'OX laoj 'l.-OX tlOX
'•SX 91
Morris* K«»c> 93X
Vlleh.

•....

van'

ll'9-4

70X

lOiX

!08X

..„'1-1K121

'1211

109

l.nn., ai. Job.

»%

«i»H

S

m

61

71
7 «
7UX 71W
71J<
do
pref »l\ n>i
91H 92H 91^ 92
took Islan ... iXOiC.lH IIIMll.-* 11)4 "X
Fort Wayne...
99X ... •99X WX •»< lUO
H.Paul..
81. <IX 81X 63
62>i 62X
pref....
Six SIX SIX 82
d
81)i »2X
Jhlo, MlsslMl-.
45
45X •»
45X «>4 <«

<lo

\>»X

»

!29
3U?4

63H

;.iltraiofNJ.
hie.* ilton.

HX

»J<

1S0XI3!, IfOK 131
MSSH 1»H 12SK 1 «
128X181
.»
S01« fOH
MM »'!« S'X SIW -IH "X
8 X SllH
IHXIISK 1I5K "H ll^it 5K
114
114^ U'H MS U4M 115
11' « 112H
lti)H:i0X ItOX, 11!
1 Jh ;18X
IIOH HI
tl"X

M28

.larlera

9S^
94H 91K
»8<

Jii.

i-;;

"«X

S* »"

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!

Ji**
*:»
OK I'S '«
,„ **^ ,

'X

•
«H
11
MX
«X B^
MX »
81
S<
S7X M
»X SIX M
51
53
14

SSX

5JX

wu made at th« Board.

.

.^„ ..:'»

« »'

•*

-i;-

.'„ .5"
I^X 14
i-< -IX

94X
51*»

»
W

56X 57
51

S3

THE CHROMULK

302

week,

in the

market was quiet early

The Gold Market.-Tho

though bids amounted to the
the Treasury sold only |1,000,000,
Government
enormous suin of |10,234,000. and subsequent to the
borrowing
award the premium advanced to 113. 'I'he rates for
but
were highest on Wednesday, reaching then 1-16 per day,
to-day in the
since then the market has been easier, and rates
to flat,
loan market were as follows 3, 4, 1-64, 2 and 1 per cent
and for carrying, 1 to 3 per cent. As to the probable effect of
commented
the Treasury operations on the jjold market, we have
Customs receipts of
at length, under Government bonds, above.
the week amount to 13,944,000.
The following tables will show the course of the gold premium
each day of the past week

Foarlh Natlonul
Oenlral National
Second Na:loual
Nlntli National
Kirst National
Third National
New Vorlc N. (Exchange
Tenth Nation il
Bowery Natlcnal

Total
Clearings.

Open- Low- High- Closest.

••

Tiifsiliiy,

26

Wi'ilMay.

Thureday,

"
Sept.

Cnrreiit

....ma
...112^

29...
30...
31...

lug.

112X

...:-!%

.

28.

"

Friday,

..

est.

irJM
112H
112X
iia«
112X

fnfr.

Baturday.Ang.
"
M->ntliiy,

....mx

....112V
1... ....112V

in%

16,:i 8,(1.0

|12.»S.8S9
978,103

112V
112V

112V

20.469.U00

1,7b;,8:15

11 J

V

36.3'>5,(l(»

113

112K
112«

43,027.000
29,872,000

3.177,016
2.8O2.6S0
1,500,494

l27.(;29.ltM

112 !<

112«

The

().il22,S(0

1,281,4(0
4 077.410
1 322.(00
1.154,3(0
3.654.800
l,692,iO0
592.200

l.ooo.ooo
2r>o.noo
2'tO,000

200,000
139,000
200.000
a.'iO.OCO

5l2„'i(0
oUi.OlJU

fiOO.OOC

l,OI»i,'iOO

200,000
lOouOl)

P56.800

Inc.

»510,al

Inc

1,31:1.215

Dec.

Circulation

The following

43.732

18.141.987

29....

300.05;.28.'i

Aug. 5...

300,770.26'
302.400,397
801.537.429

16,983,7,>9
13.36.1.453

Aug

12....

Auk.

19...
Au).'.26....

f.i.at)
1,1(0 900
36;.!O0

1,1V4,700
1.015,500
3.107.6(0
1,769.200

3%.9O0
330,610

....
98,' 0)

727 ttO
579,5!0
471.600
965,101
98i.3(0

12S.I00
136,200
321,910

175.000

week

are as follows:
Inc.

11,452.330

Dec.

ao,000

weeks past
Legal
Tenders.

Dep'ofitR.
2'i5,-.35,(!63

T2.4;9,6:n
73,963,130

Ageregate
Clea-.-in?*..
45il."20,889

3(V2.'i6,623

251.2J5,20

72,:!'.K1.4IO

476.083.2' '4

30.247.552
30,198,820

—

257,018.101
252.392.427

W) 295.409

10,;2'2.050

S05.0.1T,6S0

69,189,50

1

30,37l,1»6
,Se.:ti 0,125

12.361.719
9.403 SIB

24;.2 .7,170
218,709,800

70,098.500
69.189,500

455.595.068
464 018.205

42:1.951,179

73.8;l2,441

469 342.Ka;

The following is the average condition
the Pliiladelphia National Banks lor the week preceding Monday, August 28, 1871
Philadelphia Banks.

of

Ameri

are the quotations in gold for foreign and

The following

:

Total net

can com

Banks.

American

(old coinage)

American gold

l.OBO.^W

Oll.HO
3,C9),HO

Net Ucnoslts
LeEal Tenders

|

Specie. ClrcnHllon.

Loans.

3,288,667
1,097.031

1.730,1110
l.lSR.fiOO

5,5111,100
6.200.0110

1.467,«00

are the totals for a series of

S110068.724

.Iuly22....

3,63."',020

6,796,5

250.000
44«,0(O

deviations from the returns ol previous

8|ieeie

July

1,450
40,20
5,9(0

!!.075,00

8,64S,000
344.500

1,165,01X1

1,5:;5,400

Loans

1,095,09
1.790,763

week

4

i».

»4

Sovereigns

Napoleons

c.
.'4

3 84

@«1

@

7 80

thalcrs
thalers

silver (old coinage)

1@2

premlnm.

Dimes and

88

hall dimes..

Kngllsh silver
Prussian thalers
Specie Mialers
Mc.tiran dollars

preminm.

c.

NorlhAniBiIca
Farmers and Mech.

fgt

1
2(<(;3

04)^

1

03>i(*

premium.

p. c.

Sonth American dollars

l>ar.

the severe pressure on the gold
market was withdrawn last week, we noticed that exchange
iiniuediately recovered, and for several days showed much more
firmness. During the past few days, however, the market has
been inactive, and shipments of securities of various kinds have
been larger, so that prices have again fallen off, and close this
evening nominally, as below, although it would have been possible
in some cases to obtain concessions from these prices.
(Quotations are as follows;
60 days.

London prime bankers
Good bankers

3 davR.

i08V(al09

I08X(*1(«V

commercial

Loans.

»1 .510.100
1,100,0(0

J5.%S2,IO0

$13,010

4,028,93(1
5,.556.(O0
2.421.(1(0

47.SI10

6,110

.597.780
1,0 2.5(0
5:i9.(O0

2.:*3.(KO

.5:)

2,636.11(0

2.0IO
I1.70O
4 810
1.000
603

2,OIO,iW
Slo.lKO
SiO.IKO
500,000
SVl.lHO

Mechanics'

Ban k N Liberties.
Soulhwark
.

Kensington

5(0,000
4(0,(*0

crn
Manillaclureis'....
Uanic ot Uommerce
'.Ves

5.23Vlo5.23>i

5.2n«(«5.20

Antwerp

5.22 W(g

S.I9?(i®....

Swiss

5.21)<@....

5.17)^35. 18V

795,.S5n

1.401.S00
1,168.000

62.i,(«0

711.0110

2.329.;i(0

57,3,1X0

1.410.500

316.100

1,'

9 4,112

2i;.',466
;:il2.(«0

4'.i!V!

8,633

7S3.0(»
3%,H|>3

1,0(0,010

Third
Fourth

3(0,000

Sixth

150,l»,O
'250.100

44S.7i'.3

2(19,790

2,391,100

593,H^I

212.0'

9,l»»l

1,216,812

(W.9I5

SI11.J.55

l,659.-»;
1,162 ..5.32
1,132,687
95',Z72
1,871,010
1,534,;»0
3,945.000

Oommonweallh....
Corn E.\change....
Uni.m

882,915

5,(10

6'2iKO

3.K0

395,1110

i.5o:;,i«o
1,597 .l«0

9,000

923,0
3l9,3-5
2S:i,0(O

143,000
309,000
186,1X0
4(0.(«0

ao.lOO

275,000

1.997.000
1,019.(00

7r,0.000

2.«95.«0

1,000,010
250,'«0

Bilikor Kepublic.

1*0 470
270,010
359,188
2:2,'20

402.813
17J,'50

5.59.1X0

300,1100

Seventh
EiiUth

2'.7,120

838,1X0

31O.01O
500,100

Fi St

1,'297.799
8:'3,171

l,ITO,t.61

410,1410

3,362,000
606,000

465,WiO
461,000
217,810
221,-53
175,750

1,5I9,.560

3 406.IKO

Consolidation
ri'y

'20,715

2l'3,;i0

!*3,2IO

658,-,'00

3,442,(00
.i:49,872
l,(Xli,J80

!

462,0(0
1,955 (XO

45(1.«HI
219,(1(0
ra8,(l(0

261,853
179,1(0
135,000
2l9,.'ra

Sl:i,(«0

772.'llO
2.2(0,1110
i',561,iOO

122,0(0

•273,11(0

180.WXI

$12,2'20,288

$44,980,810

$11,281,567

•24l.r.(i5

5:0.1X1.)

810 KHI

.^..®....

Paris (bankers

2,546,!6!9
3.s79.;il0

3:i;,aO

2,|190,('00

;'50.OO
1,000,100
200.000
SOO.oiw

Oirard

Tradesmen's

Security

108s®iuav

1478.347

l.iOdOOO

L. Tender. Deposits. Circnlal'n.
II.ITO.WI
»3,895,(XO
I! l«,(l(«l

5,-.70

1,454,700
1,:32,394
1,366,700

2.Vp,iO0

Pcnn

Central

!09!i(»,.|09X

Rpcle.

Capital.

(.:onimereial

— 90
— 96
—19 ® — !9!<
4 80 a 4 85
— 70 @ — 72
IM ® 106
95

1

Spanisii dollars

Philadelphia

(a

p.
— 94

—

Five Iraucs
Francs

3 ts
7 95
8 10

@
7 95 s
Prussian X
6 50 ® 6(0
German Kronen
3 90 @ 4 00
X guilders
15 90 @ 16 15
Spanish donWoons
15 55 @ 15 70
Patriot doubloons
— ^^& — %yi
Aiiierican silver (new)..
Foreign Exchange.— When
German X

S.W.OlO

„.-.„.„„
500.(100

;9.270.5im
ll,534.l«0

85.016.100 805,017.690 I0.72i;.OrO .10.198,820 218.709,800

J2.>-7;.(!ll8

Previous wceli
Jan.l. 18"(!. to dale.

7,091,1(0

r.00.000

1,000.000

TotorB

515,600 2,911,400
12,000 1,6S2,100
2B6.(XO
119,000
701, 200
17,900
302.100
194.4(0
783,«0
i,7(0
268,100
2.500
879,400
2.600
225,000
130,(00
177 l.X)
5,5(KI
6,300
2,800

11,931.(110
1.41.'.(«0

l.noo.ooo

8tny venant
Eleve ith Ward
BIshth National
American National
Mermanlii
M'liulactniersi Builders

.

V

112

22.389.400

Bull's ilead

Halances.
Cun-enCT.
Gold.

.

5.00O.00O
8,000,000
aoo.ooo
1,297,200

New York County
German American

;

yuoiat

[September 2,1 J71.

.

Amsterdam
Hamburg

40V®40X

41

S«

36 J<®....

®

*iM&
78^®

Frankfort

Bremen
Prussian thalcrs

41

®41M
S®....

"25«®72V

Custom House and Sub-

-Snb-Treasury.-

House

-Ueceipls.
Gold.
Cun-ency.

Keceipts.

Saturday, Aug.

'26

"

Monday,

23..

"

Tuesday,

2'J.

Friday,

•'

»:i4.7;9 97
1,201.918 l'3
821,258 09

T0.(»O

30.
31

Wednesday, "
Thui-adM,

|*».(llO
683.0IO

.

557.0(0
651.(»0

6r,1.875

42
95

413.211 15
131.969 (M
4.53.075 21

S59.6'29

8;t4.(»0

853,460 50

;3,911,000

{4,979,915 S6

»J,259,917 36

I.,

t

s

.

from

(leviations

»7Sl.i:85 22
674..V.9 65

'.il

2T2.184 09
6.")h.7:'0 89

69.516 06
3,474,124 79

1,932.193 78
991,613 Ii2

$5,262,318 81

»5,461,B71 65

week's returns are us follows

last

Increase.

1,4.58,07:1

Decrease

'

3't.(>51

Increase.

256.739

Increase
Increase

Deposits
Circulation

1,773 162
33,'J05

I

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

Dale.

Aug.

-

Currency.

Gold.
H,447,7"7 90
57.:OX 83
53.901 91

t:)90

214.517 9^
1.618,215 22

.

Sept.

1192,6.14

865 78

Paym e n

,

The

tl«.135,HO |59,003,1(X) $163,662

Loans

Deposlls. Clrcul.itloi-.

2-16.310

l.'l,193,939

44.161,812

II. 236.10)

67,(l34.:i,59

7

Aug
Ang

Legal Tender,

Specie.

Loa'iB
57.(XI3,070

.lHlv'24
.Julv 31

:

(.'ustom

..

Specie
Legal Tenders

79.U®....

72(^®

transaetions tor the week at the
Treasury have been as follows

The

Tot''

2;9,'J0r
28.3,709

13,-271.in7

44,5i'5,701

11,220,380

44.639,'48

ll,:'19.5e6

11

67.;8J.i'i1
57.519.90'i

211.893

'21

57.64.5.0'27

198.713

12,SIHV253
12.115.193
11.963.549

59,(X13.1IO

163,6lJ2

12.2i0.-'S8

Aug. 28

—

4:1,:XI6.3!6

ll,2'2,3,07i

43.V(i;,618
44.9HO,!)40

11.217.102
11.231,567

Boston Banks. Below we give a stateraent of the Boston
National Banks, as returned to the Clearing H<iu8e, on Monday
August 28, 1871
"
Loans.
Canllal.
Siiecle. L.T.NoleB, Deposits. CIrcnIa
Banks,
'

Total

.

Balance, Aug. 25
B.ilance, Sept.

»61,185,575 18
»63,'209,051 21

i

t7,953,n9 05

l,.500.0(O

Rlackstono
Boston

»9,955,1SJ 37

Atlanl Ic
Alias

!,f40,(XO
1,1X0.(00

$7.")l).n(X)

5(0.100

Iluvlfton

New Youk

City Banks.— The following statement shows Ihe "Broadway
rolumblan
condition of the Associated Banks of New York City for the week Continental
Kliol
ending at the commencement of business on August 26, 1871
Everett.
AVaUAttK AMOUNT OP
«, Fan-nil Hall
Loans and

Banks,

Capital

Maw yorH

Manhattan
Merchants'
Mechanics

,

Union
America
Phceuix
City
Tradesmen's
Fulton
Chemical
Merchants' Kxchange

,

.

Gallatin, National
Butcliers'

Mechanics and Traders',
Greenwich
Leather Manul
Beveoth Ward
R^atool New York

American Kxchange

Clreula-

Dlsconnts. Specie.

.... $3,000.1100 H2,9:!6.1IO
2,0.50.(1«J
5,5 !7,8IO

8.000,000
2,000,000
1.500,000
3,000,000
1,800 ,j00
1,000,600
l.'JOO.OOO

;,i8?,;io
6.015.110
4,'.70

40O

9.:71,!l«
3.997.5(0
6,764 .'2(0
2 141.410

$2.!M..3(5
I07.6.O
6;i.9(0
162,010
33I.VIXI
9:17.600
2-1:

.3(0

35,3(0

1,5(X1,000

3,477,0

96,3(0
26,110
16,«(0

4S'.),e(()

1,519,3(0
1,807.1(0
l.»12,llO

573.310

MI .7
375.5HI
142.900
T2S,5(0

500,1100
2,000.1100

21O.'.500
891.710
3.JH9.IO0

119.9(0

l.i'lB.lOO

4\-.i||il

4.521,710

15S,MJ0

669.|i|0

2,000.000
4.50,000
4r2..500

l.ooo.ooo
l.iXO.OOO

2.37'(,WO

8.58.810
12J,S

104,: ,(0

1.624.HO

l.'J7

1,056

1

uiii,:;i3

3,997

42(>,7il

-2IH.795
4.6.59.212
4-23.293
81 1, •283

(69

IWUliO

667,'.I87

1.33 .839

iS5.' -10

1

!5tI0

2;5,961
311.111
391 OKI

1,02;.170

830.161
7,693.044
6.'2 351
2.639.769
2.297.066
2.(01,21
2.405,812
2.9.53.(11)8

7:a

3.9«9.3:',1

41.1'25

3.I1:!,7I9

42,112
13,758
109,11!

6(0,U0

Traders'

10,1 19

I,.S36,80I

91.931

1.152,405
3.122,115

2.IXX).(llO

611,781)

148,012

1-06,393
83l,lli8
1)16,090

655.405
891,518
870,196

II 9.-J78
4;9..3llH

239.717
446.0(0
35:i.8l6
398.(1-2!
2ll.-.:.t

I,57<.S)X>

175,575
7.39,507

793,'lO
356 (>.)(
.5!i5.9::3

56').i9i
9ai..iio

711.621
175.940
670.313
588.817
739,660

1.-244

139,-66

7-28.240

20,7,-9

36

51.3,612
4 17,8.50

1,217,371

5.50
22,1135

4,16','.

4.1

11, '2 10

.519,116

1,100,069
2,762.109
1,172.3 2
1,459.727

1,973,257

8,630

3(5,497

600,940

S9.',8'i5

•2-21,3'

807'.3(1S

79o'.(i(0

I,2I1.'20I1

l,9J8.1-.9

75(1.1X0

Third

a(0.(xo

Bank of Commerce.
Bank ol N. America
*B'ko* Redenipllo'i

2,IXX).lO0

l.O'O.no
1

,r.oii,ao

153

(193

763.ra)
17 1,5 3
710,106

jinofioo

1

1

671.5(0
869.110

Bank

232,ao

ciiy

1,1110,0(0

I.7IK.:';1J

i,i«o,i«o
l.HO,(l(0
],;40,o(0

711597
119.413

442,877
699 623

1,217,714

20,151
16,479
61,003

445,834

F.Hgle
F.xchantre

4-29.391

I.4:a),715

75 ,1-3

3,298.1X13

6-J9

2.lllX).(IO

4,57-..ll:S

3.196
6.173
32.317

2l2,6ra
424,201

98l,l»l
2,279,669

77.7,954
62I,:-.H

511,316
•269.112

52-.',W2
1,1.08.391
2,:6.3.321

4911.211

1.310 .WO
662,8(0
110.8011
414.01:0

ol Republic...

Hide & Leather
Uevcre

2.998.6-57
I.Ki(),sll

33:l.8()4

179.5)0
5:n.312

518,:X1(I

6:i

3 !«0
4:0.610

IJKO.OIW

2.:i66.iHiii

:xo
;'.i.s u

VIO.OOU

3,6C>.">,'^0

71'.700

71l.'2
789,1XX)

2.1416

4

l,'ai,5

l.:ai.'.llO

SI'S

2. nil. 11)1)
2.1 .'5.110

2.;79.7lO
1.814.J(0

'.ip

4.655.11X1

2.712.1(0

25 .KO

1,611,61X1
2.I33.')(0

22, !0

13,(01,110

s,-oo
151,100

93,21X1
4l>7,9IO

21i.-172.80il

S5'.,.(0

23,811,500

I.21l',l(0

5J.no

67;.3lO
1.423.000

3,50,000

l.W.l.KO

600,000

1,646,200

7.:K«
21.210
7,700
4,400

837,1(0
802,700
1,9.0
lOi-OJ
224,500

670

1,3;0,1(A)

131.5
3.30(1

2(0,H0

Union
Wrhvler
Cominonwealth

7:13.135

1,(X0,(X0
l_5(O.(0U
5(0,1X0

Sccnrlly

2.4S3.>01

29S.237
110,813

.596.6^

750.0U0
300,000
400.000
smr.ooo
1,500.000
2,000.300
500,000
800.000
400,000

1.,30 J

:353.HO
686.100

5.616.1KO

5,10)
5(i3J(0
239,;(0
4,470
360,1(0

l.o.-.l.klo

2:ll,.5'29

S.57.:;83

I.ii0.7l5

l.l'iO.WX)

2.'..llO

:i.2:'.::.30O

2,00u.

7.015
16,607

551 (XO
473.672
1,021.282

4.:i9ll,ll»4

l,:;75.l(0
2.151.ttH)

2.2' 2.7(0

.3i

193.1X0

I.KOIVO

S'HI.IHO
9.60
186,1
411.:XO I.IOI.'.KO
18,810
131 .r40

I.IIOO.OOO

6-i;.lilu

1,116(1591

550

1,1»01«0

1,511.8(XI
4.676,51X1

3.2 3,;«o

666,433
1,3~7.315

1-26.216

First

5.724 ,.XX)
8,137.6(0
6,228,110
1.805,v00
3.S86.1XO

4,010

'2:X1,5;2

1,101

Second (Granite)...

1

2.610

13S.-253

1.771,790
S.UI2.»40
1,473.329

2,(117,212

5;6.I1IK1

S.50,'.,>1H)

1,633,'JOO
3.'i:9,l(0

573..'>25

3-.S.4(0

l,(«ll,70l)

5.7(X)

2,'2'JO IXH)

1

812,300
2.413.4(0

501)
1.2«1,'.II0

10.S85.5IO

Continental

North Blver
Kutlilver
MiaufBcturera&Mer....

S.'l<>i,MI

2.-.8,'J90

ITO.JIO
501,100
912,710
3,753,000
698,100
795,000
479.9(0
4,150

500.000

l.".00OO

gf"""

I0,7ir)

06,roo
14.210
6:,7,0

195,7(0
2.880

4,000.000
400.000
l.ooo.ooo

Corn lixchange

••.—,•,;•

303,300

;5'.,;«o

l,a6,155

2,010.0(0
1,600,(XO

Tremont
Washington

2..|(a;.600

115.167

l.(KO.llOO

S-ilTolk

800,000
600,000
200.000
600,000

'7.1

86,309
1,932

1,(00.1X0
1,000.(00
900,000
1.(00 0(0

State

2.I1M,2(0
i.:ii,;(o
2.111.1(0

S^'\
ii:
Mechanics' Banking Ass.

01

6,5

2,161,117
1,510.716

'2(0.(1(0

Boston
Sliawmnt
Shoe& Leather

4-22.700

Importers and Traders'.

7.'6,:oo
6(l6.rOO

5.3(0

•"."'I?
Atlantic

1..6,<.rilO

1,837.900

102. ;iO

Oriental

6ii8.11:

ml

30,1.510

Commouwea'th

l,4.'8.n(0

786.125
177,0.55
6.S8.I17
!!57.2!3

42..571

4(0.(K0
R,0(O.(«O

Merchants'

2,405.r,(i||

3.3;!5,S(li)

Na«««a
Market .. ..
Bt.Nlcholas
Shoe •ind l.eathor

Maverick

2,113.401

B7|i,l5U

3,1X12

Massachusetts

6,22v,6l,l)

756,700

784.741

630,l'2r

1,036.429

7.50,000
1,0(0.(110

Mount Vernon.
New Bngland
- •
North.

8,I(Xi,70O

443 753

6-2,810

173.:)0I)

35,137

7:'.7,9n

8(0 («0

44S8(0

a.OM.IXO

CiiixeuB,

618.50:1

740,T31

352,167
97.160

8.l'.297

6(0,(«0

21 410

6.612,710

Irving
Metropolitan

,<65.1(0

1

2,280,6(0
910,010

794.849
792.967

179.711
217.590

1.144

647.(1(0

Mirket

15l.f,lO
'261.9(0

1,000.000

Hanover

1,3(0
521), 100

I,106,'.XO
!,9S3.:ilO

$IS4,';C0

1,OIX),HO
l«0.(»0
1,000.0(»

Howard

3.22:t.(XO

i.iHm.iXKi

North American

5,149.100
4,763,200
5,607.401
7,621,7(0

$512,128
1:814(16
l,7,55,St9
li6I.S0«

$195,168
187,923
341.633

52,082

l,\m
7.470

200.no

IliimlUon

6 892,1 M)

Mercantile

People's

876.100
511..560
486.8(0

2,218.623
1.319.889
3,013,558

1.000.000
1.(00.010
-.
1,(00.(«0

Freeman's

2.110,30:1

Ocean
Kepabllc

s,ais,inio

$1,578

'2(0.000

illolH-

600,000
300 000

:j2i .510

Paclflc

Legal
$2.60Vi;iM

1.235,000

;il.719,S'0
22,1191,130

Chatham,

Net

Deposits. Tenders

9.;i

631.1HHI

5,000.000
10.000.000
l.iwo.ooo

Commerce
Broadway

tlon.

$830,(X)0 $13,281,700

»1.6!1S,0|0
2.331.974
3.602,354
1.9'J7.9M
1,535,776

(xw

5"-:i.5(Xl

'.«H.5(0

l.i;i,8IO

9j:.0U1
943,1X0
693,flO
194,110

2,105,-.'(

60

8,3il3.3

1)

2..58'=.'IW

'.',(0

Sill.OTI

2'.H;,7I0

'.3,166,31X1

2,965, KKI
6.3.7.000
3I",800
276.310
193.10
165.100
257,800

l,in!,:4

695,8(0
l,'201,5(O

593,400

Total

41,-21 r>

:f.:;66.n,i
1, '261,327

1.0-25

,132,9-r. $12,543,813

$18 050,000 $111,3,3,513 $

630.519

23.1.(11

$15,590,17!) $24,432,961

•No report since August 21.
The (leviations from the returns of previous week are as follows
l;-"ans
'1>

Uec.6,^81,77l,

Dec.

cie

Legal Tender Notes

The following
Dale.
.July

2-1

July

31

Ang
Aug.

7
14

Ang.21

Auf.28

1)o,.i.8ils.

Circulation..

Dc
i;c

-.

2;ri.-;73
»(>.-:(:)

.

1

are comparative totals for a series of
Loans.

as

119,641
11l).-2613«
lie,43i,388
119,017.636
lia.708.3ll
111,823,613

•

S"^'-? .VqI'S
Dee. 1,081,1.8

Specie.

Li:giil

T. ndcr

weeks past

Deposits. Circulation.
•2-,l:«>,-i3

2.219.395

12.212.30i~

43,886,266

.-,053.197

12.5 '1.0.12
12,118.014
11.972,659

.18,5-<5,471

•25,185,1X11

1.871,812
1.6;4,61!

49,796,191
4S,s;3.713

15,-203,833
•25.317.915

1.4(19,«I8

12.6:-0.1-22

47,11113.771

•25..'i(i7,S.39

1,13;,913

12,513,313

45,590,179

21,lS2,9i;i

September

TH£ OHKONICLK

2, 1871.J

303

GENERAL QUOTATIONS OF STOCKS AND BONDS.

Bid, ASk.

AMD *BOOBITIU.

• TOOK!

NKW V»HK.

do

w*

7s, aeor bonds
is, etiilorsed
"s. Gold

do
do

do
North Csrollusto, old
do KnudlDK Act, ISM.
do
do
do 19M
do now bonds
do
do
do H|i«cUITsx
South CsroUna <«
new bonds. ...
do
do

April*

do

do

UtsHonrI Is

do

&

lUo.

St.

Marloita

Uhlc

do

Joseph,

Bostoti,

Cedar

do
1875..

Mont

do
do
do
do

&

h. K.

'it.

lUO
HI

EnriaK..

ft

U.

W

Kt. B. IM

7b Ark
do
Ohioij. lajS

Ouc.A BR
Ceut

ft

Winona

&

78, Memphis
L. K..
78, L.R.,1». H.4N.0.

7s,Mls8.

U..

ma

108H
108»
lOIH
i»7K
lOiH
lOTH

una

5b, n:5
5s. 1871

arle

Ist

«», 18S3

«a.l«IT
fis. real estrtte...
6*.

do
do
do

M

Bulwerlptlon.

conv

7i<,

ISB.l-71

1871
101

.

do IstKndorsed

do 7B,2d do
rti 78,Sd do

IliSlt

ft

18S8

Grand Trunk
t;hlc
Dub ft Minn St J o
Burlington ft M.. Laud M.,78

m

do Con. .MVe* S'kg F'd
Albany ft Su.4<|ira, 1st b >nd8.
do
do
'M do
do
do
S(l
do

Burl.

lllf!

lio"
12

y. s p. c. 1st M..
mch.So.Tperct. Jd Mort
ft

US'*
!WI< 100

1.8. F. 7p.c.... 108

Kuarfd by Mo...
Central Paclnc Bonds
Union Paclflc 1st Bonds
do
Land Qrants, 78,
do
Ini;ouie lOs

*

do
do
Chic.

A

do

do
do

-M

M
M

mix

Int.

<lo

•MX
82X
n'n
9>

M

do

.*

do

2d
3d

do
do
do
do

.

&.,
S.,

m

,

do
do

97 !<

13

7s
8g.

.

4th S.,do 8s.
sih S..do89..
6th 'i..do88..
M. (In Neb.) Ist conv..

.

iHUM.IUs
2d M., 1«B
stock
IstM., IVs.

ft (iai.,

do

87

Kt. Wayne. .lackson * S., 8b.
Gra-'d Itaptds ft Intl. Kiiar, 7*8
Grand Kiver Valley, 8s

Mii

do
Land Grants...

Chic

ft

Mich. Lave,

Detroit, Lansing

Uorrlaft Essex,

do

do

1st

Mrrt

2d Mort

Jersey Central, 2d Mort,

do

ntts.. Ft.

W.

do

do
do

do
do

do

(

uo

do
do
do

102

6s

M

MH

100

Maryland 6s,, Ian., A..
do
6s, Delence

lOOX

J. ft 0..

Baltimore Is of '75

Gold
Gold

35
18
lOS

BAl.TinOHE.
do
do
do

--.

MX
Wl

9t>

la'M

99X

ls,:900
1R90.

Baltlmcre
1U2J<

98J<
101

Parkis

Ohio Is of

ft

do
do
do
do

15....

leoCSO

do
do

««ol1i8

(N. W.Va.)"2dM.6s

8dM.6s

1....

lo-l

28
9t

liw"
10

M,

8s.

do

9»i
loix
135

S8
84;<

i6i\

Philadelphia

do

6s,
Is.

old

do
do

1"7

do
do
do

r,

Is, 'S5
Delaware, iBt M., I.
do
-id M., I.

do

»d M.,6.

Camden & Anihoy, 6 of "75

92
90
fS
£2

96

fioflO
do
do
89X
do
du
I of '89
BIX
consol .6 of '89.. n\
do
Cam.ft Bur. ft (?o.,l8t M., I... 33
Catawlssa, Ist M.,7
Klm.ft Wll'ms, 5b

do
Hunt. ft
90
'711

do
do

Northern Paclflc RR,7-8l) gold
S. Y.ft Osw. Mid. H.lBtM.7TKd)
104

M Mort.

m
'"

M

100

97

M

N.O.,Mob

New Jersey

M

Tex RRtstlif.8s

Midland

gold,
S. Haven Mid. ft Will ,rs...
Port Huron ft Lake Mich end.
do
do
7s plain
Portland ft Og.. 1st M., gold, la
Rondonift Os.RR.lBt ST.Tsg'd
St.

\m

left

Jos

ft

Relma*
'St.

Louis

I>|.nvcr

I

7'8

WD), gld,8s

Gulf. Ist, «'• gidd
ft Southeast. 7b, gold

90
Vi
90
too
100

90
95

aix

01 1<

91V

100

'2<r.M..6, 1*75....

Debentures, I, ig-ni
72X Philadelphia ft Reading, I, no.
90
90
110

97X1
95

nxl

do
do
do
do
do

do
do
do

I,

TI,

I, -80
I, '86,

Debentures, I

do

7,

99X
87>«

IWH
!00*

M

....
l'«Hi

M

10"X
83

*» 'IW

LItlle

Miami stock

do

do

M

87
77
70
82
70
88

94X

95K

I09X !11>X
as

do
do
do
do
do
do

Lor. Loan (m.s.^s. ^6-'*r7
do
(Leh. Br.ll,"8l

79
77
94

M
87
88
96

n

IstM (Mem. Ilr)7. Tt'.TS. 93
IStM.jLeb.hr.ex).. '80-le
.

Lou.L'n(Leb.br.exll,le
Consol. Ist M.,7, 1898.

lefferson..

Mad. A Ind. stock..

Lonisv., Cln.

ft

LoDUTllle

ft

83
79
s-'x
90
SO
78
as
97
87

M
10
»

97
8S

n
n
K'*
80
93

fx*i

Lex., pref

do

do

40

lux llIX

\i.,1, Vi..

Loulsv. I,oan,l.1tl.
L. <i;Nash.lstM. (m.s.) 7/TI..

IB

8S
7S
IS
75
15
87

M.,7, 1901....

A Fr'k.. 1st M.,1, 'i«.'7«..

to
80

f-i

n

common

74

88S
4«X

ax

NaahTlllr

ST. I.OI7I8.
jl Lonta

Long Bonds
Short do

do

Is,
la,

io

Ivater Is, gold

do
do

do
do (new)
Parkia gold
Sewer SpeclalTax la
9IX North Missouri, Ist M.7s ..
do
3d M.7a..,
^.
do
10?
8d M.7« ..
101

93
10
87

89
Si

82

do

...

MX

1st

Lex. Isl

93
s:
«3
'I
(S

91

I

Water Is, "87 to '89..
Water Stock la, '97.
WharfiB

do
do
do
do

91
IV5

100

tiOUISVIM.E.

L->iils.

*>
96

101X101
„.

I'S

.

Loulsv. C. A

Janc.,Phna„istM.,gnar.l,'«. HS
90
Lehigh Valley, 1st M., 6, 187S.. 9«X
do Istlnew) M.,l,'»'. Wl
do

do
do

I43X

18
75
75
9t

sto<^k.

X6
97

«

NorUiPenlisyl.,latM.,l,lt«)..
do
Clialtcl M., 16, IWI.
2d Mortgage, 7
do
Oil Creek ft Alleg, U., 1st M.,7.
Pennsylvania. Isl M..I, 1 80...

6. ISSS

85,M

9S

97K Llttle8chnvlklll.l8tM.,'},ign. ICOX

.

Miami, 1st M.,
,t Dayton

Ham.

('olnnibus A -Venta stock...
Davtoii A Miclili^an stock..

special tax IB of '99,
,lcff.,Mad.ft l.lstM.(IAM)7,'8l
do 2d M., 7,1873
do

do
7s, l.iso
(MX JMI
Broad Ton, Ist M.. 7... 102
do
'2d M..7,"75...
81
do
Cons. M.,7, ts. 47k

Montlcello ft P. .Pcrvis, 7^8 gld
Minnesotaft \orthwest,7*sgld

'

M.,7,
list M.,7. 188P

l.af., Ist

Lonlsvllle 6«, -82 to '17
6a.'»;to'9e
do

S5X

'nx T7X

do

Belvldero

(Purcnasers pay accru'd int.)
La. state Is, lOyrs

ma

7s

Waterexten.Ts
Alleghany County, 5

.

Loans

111!

7S
fie...

A

do
(I.ft C
loncCin.ft Ind.,lstM.,';,'a(i.

102

do
59
Funded Debt
do

do
do

3dM„7, '88.,
do
do
do To'do dep, bds,'}, '8l-'»4
Dayton ft West., Isl M.,7, 1905
do
Ist M.,6, 1905,
do
,_

Little

Pittsburg Compromise 4X8.

IIW

ft

do

(,,'ln.

ll»X

new

3dM.,8,T7.,

Indiana, 1st M., 7
do 2d M.,7,t»n..
Colum., ft Xenia, 1st M.,^7, '90.
Daytonft Mich., 1st M.,7 81..
do
do
2d M.,7, '84..
Cin.

Ind „ Cln.

Is, '77-'8a 106

H
:oi«
MS

2d Mort. lUI

IthUort

inji

Military Loan 68, 1871 Ur2X
Stock Loan,«B,'72-'7; ;05

do
do
do

do

do

99

rcnn8ylvanla.'',s. 1S77

nx

let M...

2d Mort
3d Mort

y7

CINCINNATI.

PIIII.ADKI.PHIA

'»
inj

92M

) R p. c. eo't bds 104
CToT«. ft PItu., Consol. 8. F'd.

do
do

'^\

iOlX

U^

do
pref.
do
Snsquebanna ft Tide-Water...
West Jcrsev7s. Jan. ft July...
Penn ft N. T. Canal

_

8H
20

"onsol Id at <.<1. 7. .
Midland Pacinc, Isi. euld. 7*..
Montclnir RK ol N ,]. 7s, gold

new hda, mit

Chic,

ft

Morris (consolidated)
119
do preferred
Schuylkill Navlgat'n (consol). 17

l*0>i 121

Lake Shore

tireat Western. 2dM. 1893....
UnlncTft Tol.. 1st M.. IK90....
(* ilena ft Chicago Kx ended . too
Galena ft rhlcajco,"*! Mort...

_

117

9?
100

gt. .lo.

Great W..«tprn,Ist M..1WW

New

'.17

8., 8«

S,

ft

NefV« or Recent

8s.
yr
do
.Mlanlaft HIrliMi Air Linen's
do
do cniiverttble
liux lOOX Atlantic ft Par., fis, Kold KUar,.
back, ft Western Bonds
ilur. C. R 4 M. Kl{. 1,-t M.7(K I)
Bsl , Lack, ft Western, 1st M. loa'
Central of Iowa, 1st. 7's, gold,,
do
2d M.. •« 9Sx
do
2d,7'8, gold..
_ do
Tol. ft Wab'h, Ist Mort. oxl'd.
91'SI Ches.&OhloItn, stM..«,(gd)
do
1st M RC L dlT.
Klizabethlown ft l'ad>>Cidi.8's.
do
2d Mort
n" Kvansvll e. T,H, ft (|ilr.7'sgld
do
Kqulp. Bds.... s** 86
Grand Rapids ft Ind. 7s, gold,
do
Cons. (;onv(rt.
90
Houston & TeX'is Cent. I's glil
Hannibal ft Vaples Ist M.
88X ludlsnapolisft Wes(<.rn '.id. a's

Han.ft

90
Delaware Division Canal
Lehigh Coal and Navigation..

'49
Nashua ft Lowell
Nortliem of New Hampshire.. *'7
90
Ogdens. ft L. Champiain
do
do
pref....
Old Colony ft Newport...
Port,. Saco ft Portsmouth
83
Rutland conunon
81
do preferred
18
Summit Branch
101
Vermont A Canada
85
Vermont ft Massachusetts

10;

.

do
do

,

MS
78

»a

St. Jo. ft C. HI l-t M., ll)B
Ho. K., Ft., S. ft Gulf, stock.

do
do

117
117

no

.MlclilKan .Mr Line. S«
.lackson. Lansing ft 8., 8s

100

Bonds

.

Leav Law.
90«
do

Consol bds MX 91
91
Kxtn. Bds M
99
Ist Mort.. 98

ilo

do
do

io:v

»)

nref

2d M. Income..
N. Western S. Fund,

do

t03K

lOOH

Illinois Centr.ll 7 p. ct.,1875..,
Brllenie ft K.IIIs. K. 1st M. 8'B
Alton
T. H., 1st

101

Qulncy ft Palmyra, 8s
Kansas City ft C. Ills

.

Mich. Cent., Ii>t M.«»,

,

.

do
do
do
do
do

IMS

.

AN

,

.

fl4iiera, 1st Mort«;»ire

Mich. S.
Patiillc R. 7b.

MX

1:5

Norrlstown

ft

. .

111.

"4

E. 1st M., 1877...

Oud. B.7B,ad M.8.F.t88S....
do
78, :W .Mort., 187r>

Chic, Bur.

tot

German,

,

IR«

Pock Bonds

Loni?

m

.-«

2!

^

1879

do 78,<lh do
do 7».5th do

.

as

SIX

2X

Boston Is
do uB.gold
Chicago Sewerage 78
Municipal 7e
do
Portland 68
Burlington ft Mo. L. O.,

w
179

.

MortnaKe Kxtended..

Uuir. N. V.

105

7e

1870..

Amboy stock

«s

Massachusetts Is, Currency...

do

do Improv.. 1,
ft

12
Wllmlng. ft Baltimore. tue
120
West Jersey
('hesapeake ft Itela. <'BnaI.... 79

Is

do
do

do

Camden

<4J4

Verxont

95

fXI

W

BOSTON.
68,
9e,

Boat Loan,8. F,,?,

Schuylkill Nav., 1st M.,1, ISTT
do
do
2d M.,1, 18r4..

Phlla.,
Phila.,

42X

Fargo scrip

Maine Is
New Hampshire,

MX
MX
nx

wk

101

7« IS70
7f»,

41

rt'cUs

m

—

Mariposa Gold
Trustees CertU
do
Quicksilver prclerred

I's various
do 7*8 various...
d'>
County. Ills, 7's

Plill.,Wllm.ftBal.,lstM.,«,'M lOoS
Waatch. ft Phil.. Ist M., conv,7,llni
do
do
3dM.,l, l»n.
Weat Jenirr, I, I8S.1
91
Wllmlng* Read. .1st M.,7. IMW 3'*
Cheaa.A Drlaw., 1st M.,1, IH.
Delaware lilv., 1st M.,1, *78...
Lehigh Navigation, ,'73
do
Loan of ISM, 1, 14
do
Loan of 1897,1, '97
do Gold Loan of "fff, 1,11 91
do Convert, of 1877,1, Tl •»
Horns, Ist M., », H7»
91

Philadelphia Krle
Philadelphia ft Trenton..

51

i'eiiiisylvaniaCoal

Minnesota 7'b. repudiated, .,
Albanv City, 6's

ISX

.

,

Railroad Bonds.
do
do
do

..

pref.

Htrlng Mountain Coal
Wllkesbarre Coal
'anion Co
Delaware ft Hudson Canal
Atlantic Mail Steamlklp

ii<

lot

Central Ohio. Ist M.. 6
Marietta ft Cln., Ist M., 7, 1891
I'lieshlrcfl
'JO
Western Paclflc. 63, koUI
do
do
3d M.,7,I89«.
'77.
34V Northern Cent., Ist M. (guar) I
Kansas Paclflc Ist M.. (irold) 7.
91,S Cln., San. ft Clev., let M., 7,
Kastern Mass.. conv.. 6, 1874,
IstM.(Kld) 6. J. ft n. 81
84
do
do
do '2dM.. S. F.,*,"*.
Ist M. (old) 7.
Haltrord* Erie,
l8l M.(i.'ld) 6, F. ft A. 8i« my
do
do 3d M.,S. F., 8,1901
do
tBtM.(Leav.Br)7. cur
82
do
do lstM.<new)7.
37K
do
do
do .Id M. lY. ftCll.T
85
Old Col. ft Newport Bds, I, '76.
do
Land Or. M^ 7, ISSO.
do Cons, (gold) «,1(I0P
do
do
do Bonds, 7, 1877..
do
Inc. Bonds, 7, No. II
27S
Pitts, ft Connellsv., 1st M.,7, '98
96
Kntland, new, 7
do
No.ll
43
do
Ist M., (I, ISSo
do
do
Denver Paclflc RR ft Tel 7b.
^
87X West Md.lstM., endorsed. 6, '90
9-4H Verm't Cen.,lst M.,con8.,7,*8l
40
California & Oregon, I's, gld..
do 'Jd Mort., 7, 1891
S7S
1st M., uncnd.. 6. TO,
do
Dfnver.8s,Kold..
Vermont & Can., new, 8
102X
St. Joseph &
1112
do 2d M.,endorsed,l,'90.
Vermont ft Mass., Ist M.,1,'83. 92
Danville & Urbana. Ist, 78 Kid
87
Baltimore ft Ohio stock
I5IX 152'
Boston ft Albany slock
Indianapolis ft West. Ist, 78 gid
87
Parkersburg Branch.,..
136
St L.. ft bt. Joseph. 1st. Is. eld
Boston A. Lowell stock
61
Central Ohio
'0
H'X
Lake Sup. ft Miss. Rlv. Ts, gid 88
Boston ft Maine
do
preferred
.
117
1I7X
Southern M Innesota, 8'8
90X 91X Boston ft Provhlence
Rockforl.R I.ft St. L.,78,gld 49
Cheshire preferred
83
Cincinnati 5b
t'hlc.tpo ft SoutheaHem. 7b
81
Siu'iusky ft ClCT.etock. aX
C!n..
s8
*6
do
Is
lOl
\m
( lonrord
Chicago vV Southwest, guar.
I0<
7-308
Ill
do
100
Chic. Bur. & Qulncy l8t M.:
Connecticut River
102
Ham. Co., Ohio I p. c. 'ong bds, 90
Keokuk & SI .Paul, 8e. 1 (v u
Connecllcut ft Passumpslc, pf. 91
99
do
do 7p.e.. I to5yrs. 92
119
"OX I'OM
Carthage ftBur..88
Kastern (M:tS8.)
1^2
80
DIlon.TeorIa ft Han., 8e.
99
13.;!
I3.X Covington ft Cin. Bridge
Fllchburg
S
Cln Ilam. ft D., 1st M ., 7, 80.. 94
0.0. ft Fox R.Vallev Be. J a"
100
Indianapolis, Cin. ft Lafayette
7H
92
do
do
155
2d M.,7, 'SB..
flulncy ft Warsaw 88
ins
j50
©€
Manchester ft Lawrence

— WH

59,1971

H. V. Central

T. Haute.

Cumberland Coal
Maryland C'oal

1U3
California Pae. BR. 7'8. gld.
Central Paciac, Ts, 188;. eold
State Ald,t, 6's 110
do

Is, 1818

do
do

do

.American Coal
Consolidated Coal

M

.

do
do

Saratoga

A

I

7b, 117.'

Catawlssa flock

inisrellaneons Stocks

Cleveland, Olilo,

do

««, 1873
(i«,l878

€«, mss
do
do
78,1878
New Vork 7s, Bounty, reg
7s,
do
do
con
do
Is, Canal, 1872
Is, isra
do
la, 1874
do
do
U,187S
do
la,18T7

ft

Isl M.(cnr.)l, *>
Krl« 7b

preferred stock
do
Rlmlra ft wlllianiBport
Rlmlra ft. wiitiamsport pref.. 84
Lehigh Valley. ...;.,.. 1?3«
,8M 79M Little Sehuylkiil
92X
Mine Hill A Schuylkill Haven :i»x
(3
Northern (Central
84
North Pennsylvania
101
Oil Creek ft Allegheny Klver.
iwx
39?i
Pennsvlvania
;4x 174 ;<

scrip.
do
ft Bost (Stonlngt.)
Worchester

Louis, Alton

ft

do

Ij

Paul,Ulnn..ls
do
do 78
di
do 88
St. Joseph, Mo, 78
Sao Francisco, Is

do

5e,

lo

...

St.

War Loan
War Loan.,

24

*
[g. m
I*«

Detroit City. Vs

Is,

Mlc^lttau

Peter. Ist

I*

Louis A Iron Mountain
Toledo. Walt & vv (.stern, nref.

Cook

Illinois L'anal Rands, I87U
do la coupon, *i7.
1879
do
do

do

ft St.

IJ7

St.

Bondis not Qiiotod at
the N. V. Board.

4S

.

do l»i. 1881
do M, 1886
Kentucky U

do
Indiana

old bds.

Jacksonville ft Chic, Isl
Morris ft E^cx, couvertllife...
ilo
do construction.
North MIssojrl, Ist Mort.jaite.
do
do
2d MiM-tffHKC.
fefferson Kit. Ist Mori, bouus.
N. J. Southern. l»l M..li
K. Tcnn, Va. &Ga., I9t M.,78.
,\ni. Dock ft Iin. Co. 7. •«
itH
ItnlonTnle 1st M..7 1875..

Island la

,!|>

Cln., Ist preferred

do

new bds.

new bonds

Eric,

9IVt

Rome, Watertownft Ojfdens..

8t. L.

lalmma 5b

8«
Ss

ft

A

Rensselaer
St.

Ash.,

ft

Indlanap

ft

Ind. Central...

otiloft MtsBlssIppi, prclerred.

do

Buffalo

oflJIO.

in, Alab. & Chat.
do
Arkansas t>9, funded

do
Norwich

1)1 v.

do

ft

N.Y., ProT.

Minn., Ist M....

Clcve. ft
Cleve., P'vllle

120

New Jersey
New York ft Harlem
New York ft Harlem, pref..... 1%
New York ft New Haven

bonds
'rot,,n--w bonds

7s. Isrge bonds
do
Connecticut Gs

do
do

l'»

M-mroe A Tol bonds.

Lake shore

cm.

*

do
do tdpref.
MorrlsA Bsux

KUaranteed

Krle.

I9M
l'«

ft

Marietta

2d Mort

ft

I'',<1Ib

Detroit.

CslUurnU

Khode

ft
II. ft

a)

Long Island

Mort

Warsaw, R, D..
W. D..
do
do
2dM..
rl. Haven fis

do

M

,

Sioux City
Krle Hallway preferred
Hartford ft N. Haven

ft

^ew York

Penitentiary

7s,
Ss

do

Peoria

Tol.,

Oct...

do

Dnbnqne

.

do

levee bonds...

8s
8s

do
do
do

Ool.Chlc

M

2<l

ft Clo., 1st

do

...

preCarred.
do
Bur AQnlncy

Clev.. Col.,

7 3-10

IslMort
I. ft M. d

Ist Mort...
ChlcaKo, Ist Mort. .
Ql Kastern, Ist Mort..
Col., Chic, ft Ind., Ist Mort. . .

new bonds
new tloitting debt.

Is,
8e,

do
t:hlc.

Milwaukee

ft
lollet ft
Chic, ft

LoalHt ans Is

do
do
do
do

do

gold

(Nut ju-evionsly quoted.)
AlhanrS SusqnehanDa
Atlanilt* PbcIHc, pret
Chicago ft Alton

do
ConsoUdatod....
ft Slonx C, 1st Mort

do
do
do
do

Snnlnry

'i's

Railroad Stacks.

Miss., Ist MortKa<«....

do
do
do
do

A

Phlla.

n
m

PbHa. ftRrle,lstM.'gold)l,'9l
fl'inbiirv

.

Penliisnla KU Bonds
St. L. ft Iron .Mountain. Ist M.
Ull. ft St. Paul, Ist Mort. 8s.

Ocorglftls

BU. Afk

vrOOS* AWO •UVBITin,

West Wisconsin,

ui Mortyago...
Income

*

Dnb.

do rujiUtumd old
ISM....
do
So
I8i7...
do
do
do consul bonds
do deterred do

da
do
do

do
do

do
Ohio

BTA. Alk.

AITD SaOOBITIU.

r, 7s,goli
Watlklll Valley 1st M., gold. 7s

.

do

nOOK*

RM.|**k.

m. ft 8o. Iowa, let Mort
Chic. K. Island ft i'acKIC
Cleve. ft Tol. slnkniK Fund
Uhlc. ft Alton sliikhiK Fund..

scale Bond*.
TennvMuu (to, old
do now bunds
do
Tlrnlals la, old
io
dj nuw buiidH
>|0

•TOOKS AHD tSOVBITin.

I

S.HuikIi Qtiutod boforaj

(IT.

New York arc made

Active MIooke and Boudu itlvon on n Prevloa* Pace are not Repealed here. Quotailona In
ttl the Per OanI Valae, Wlialaver Uia Par mtmr b*.

The

do

Parlflo (of Mo,> Isl M.,gld,

North Hlseonrl slock
Kansas Paclflc do
ilUiionri

racUc do

91

M

4S

m
31

ai'

3IK

U
.

87

84

THE CHRONKiLK.

30i

^l)t

The

HailBoay iilonitor.

1

.

Prices of tUo Active Stocks

and Bonds are given

In the

Bankers' G&aelte" on(«; quotations ot otlier securities will be found on the pre-

oeding

2.

paffe.

Stocks, City Railroad

Bank and Insurance

Stocks,

and Soutlicrn

Securities

arc

cccafioiially tl the eiid ol "liaiikero' Uaze.te,"

3.

The Table

and Gas

all qujted cither ro;;ulaily or
on a previous page.

Railroad, Canal and Other Stocks,

o<

on another pape, comprises all Companies of which the stock is sold in any of the
The fijETures jnst after the name
principal cities (except merely local corporations)
of the company indicate the No. of the CllIlONlcr.E in which a report ol the Company was last published. A star (*) indicates leased roads ; in the dividend column
x*=exlra; s^stock or scrip.
.

4. The Tables of Railroad, Canal and Other Bonds
iwo of which will be published in each number. In
occupy in all, four page
these jiagcs the bonds of /ompanies wliich have been consolidated are frequently

The date given in bracliets
under the name of 0<iasoUdated Corporation.
mmediately arter the name of .iflch Company, indicates the time at which the statemeol of its finances was made. In the "Interest Column" the abbreviations are as
F. & A-— February and August M. & S.=
follows J. & J.=January and July
March and September; A. ife O. April and October; M. & N.=May ard November; J. & D.=June and December
Q J. s^Quarteriy, begii-ning with January;
Q. P. ^Quarterly, beginning with February. Q. M.=Quarterly, beginning with
March.
f;iven

;

;

:

—

—

The

Table of .State
5.
the last Saturday of Ihe month.
Neiv Tables of State,

Bonds

—

Securities
Cltjr

will

be

contract is substantially the following

2,

1871.

:

That the Junction Railroad Company shall transfer and
deliver to this company, as owner, a majority of its common stock
and $500,000 of the preferred stock, so as to give the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Company the ownership and
control of its corporate organization and property.
3. That the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Company
shall then by means of that corporate organization, and not as
lessee, operate the road, in connection with its own, to the
best
1.

'^-^ri^riTON^oFT'W'sTOCK'XND BOND TABLES
*•

[September

published monthly, on

and [Railroad Stocks and

form are now in course of preparation and will
soon be published in the CniioNicLE, These tables are designed to furnish
more valuable and detailed information in regard to all marketable stocks and
bonds than has ever before been published in tabular shape. Until the new
tables are ready there may be some irregularity in the insertion of ourprescn
table pages, which subscribers will be kind enough to overlook, in view of the
improvements in this department of the Chronicle, of which they will soon
in very complete

advantage.
3. That the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad
Company
shall advance its notes to the amount of $500,000, payable in
one,
two, three, four and five years, in equal instalments, with interest
at seven per cent per annum, payable annually, as a loan, with
which assistance the .Junction Railroad Company is to retire and
extinguish the entire floating debt, before the contract takes
effect.
4. This loan is to be repaid, principal and interest,
out of the
net earnings of the road, after payment of interest on the first and
second mortgage bonds, and the entire issue ($800,000) of the
third mortgage bonds is to be placed in the custody of this company as collateral security therefor.
5. The coupons on $600,000 of the second mortgage bonds,
up
to and including tho.se falling duo September 1, 1874, are to be
cut off and cancelled, .so that until March 1, 1875, no payments,
on account of interest on bonds, will have to be made bevond'
$08,000 per annum.
6. But the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Company is not
in

any way

to

pany, nor

assume any

liability for

tlio

guarantee the payment of

Junction Railroad

any of

its

Com-

obligations,

principal or interest.

—

The Pennsylvania Company A recent account says that
representatives of the "Pennsylvania Company," which "is the
bureau representing the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, managhave the benefit.
ing the interests of the latter company west of Pittsburgh, were
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad. Tlie Ciu" there that day, and completed
negotiations with the Jeffersoncinuati Gazette gives tlie terms of tlie contract by which this road ville, Madison and Indianapolis Railroad and branches,
and the
is to have the Cincitinati business of the Grand Rapids and IndiLouisville Bridge. The Pennsylvania Company purchased about
ana and the Cincinnati, Richmond and Fort Wayne roads
three-fourths of the stock of these corporations, amounting to
1. A lease of the road from Richjiond to Fort Wayne, when
about $2,000,000. Thomas A. Scott was elected President of the
finished, to the Gra_nd Rapids and Indiana Company lor the term railroad and the bridge company, Mr. Rickets,
the former Presiof fifty years at the actual cost of running it.
dent, having resigned. A number of old directors also resigned,
3. A mutual contract between all the parties for an exchange of
and William Thaw, J. N. McCulloch, H. II. Houston, G. B.
business by the line thus formed, giving to the Cincinnati, Hamil- Roberts, H. J. Jewett and W. P. Shinn were
elected to their
ton and Dayton Railroad Company an exclusive right to tlie busi- places. By this arrangement the Pennsylvania
Railroad Comness of the new road and of the Grand Rapids and Indiana road, pany securtis control of tlie railroad bridges
across the Ohio River
to and from, and by way of Cincinnati.
at Cincinnati and Louisville, and, therefore, of all through lines
3. A provision by which the new line is to be supplied with
leading over thein to the South and Southwest, giving that commachinery and rolling stock by the three other companies in pany a commanding position in regard to traffic with these
secequal proportions, for whiclt an allowance of ten per cent per tions. It is understood that liberal
arrangements were made with
annum on the appraised value thereof is to be made and charged the Ohio and Mississippi road, by which it will be enabled to
as part of the running expenses, the property so contributed, cross the bridge at
that point.
however, to remain the joint property of the parties furnishing it.'
lionlsvillc, Cincinnati and l,cxin^ton. The chano-e in
4. Tlie three companies so using the Richmond and Fort Wav-ne
Road also agree that in case any year the net earnings of the road the gauge of this railroad from five feet to fonr feet eight and a
shall be iusuiKcient to pay the" interest, at seven per cent, on half inches, was commenced at daylight on Sunday, the 13th
$1,800,000 of bonds issued for its construction, they will jointly inst, and was successfully completed. The largest section was
and in equal projiortion contribute the amount of the deficiency done in six hours and fifty minutes the shortest in three hours.
10 be paid, with interest, out of the future earnings of the road.
The entire distance is 174 miles, embracing both the Louisville
The Detroit, Lansing and take michlgan Rallroad.- and Cincinnati Short Line, and the road from Louisville Junction
^o Lexington.
1 lie fast rail on the part of this road between Detroit
and LansinoCalifornia Pacific
This road is finally absorbed by the Cen84.J miles, was laid on the 18th inst.
For some time a section of
(he road has been in operation from I-ansing nortliwest
in California
throutrli tral Pacific, whicii now controls all the railroads
lonia to Greenville, 58 miles, so that there is now 1431 miles
of tlie except some very short lines. On the lOtli inst the election of the
line completed. The road was projected many years ao-o
and the California Pacific was held, at which directors of the Central
section between Detroit and Howeil and that between
Howell and Pacific were elected its directors, and Leland Stanford, President
Lanang, under the names of the "Detroit and Howell" and
Central Pacific, its President. Milton S. Latham, late Presithe of the
" Howell and Lansing" railroads, were
dent of the California Pacific, was chosen its Treasurer. The
in a fair way to be con
Btructed when the famous decision of the Michigan
Supreme main line of the California Pacific extends from Sacramento soutliCourt deprived them of the aid which counties and
towns had wesiward almost in a direct line GO miles to Vallejo, at the head
voted them, and left them apparently utterly
hopeless. But last of the northern arm of San Francisco Bay, 33 miles from San
December a contract was made with capitalists—
It is the most direct connection between San Francisco
chiefly men Francisco.
largely interested in the Michigan Central
Railroad -and the and Sacramento, that by way of Oakland being 55 miles longer.
companies were consolidated and means assured
The California Pacific has also a branch at Adelante, eight miles
for the comnle
tion of the hne.
About the same time the Lansing and
Vallejo, northward to Calisloga, 38 miles, and one from
lonia north of
Railroad was consolidated with it, and arrangements
were made Davis Junction, 48 miles northeast of Vallejo (13 miles west of
^^«*.^¥'' "^ «'«11 «a tl'e completion of the eastern Sacramento) northward to Marysville, 43 miles. It has also some
H'?f,i"f„r'^'?f"'°
branches and extensions under way. It has the only lines in Cali....», .u.„..^. ., upcs, we ueiieve, iwo or
tnree miles of its track fornia west of the Sacramento River, and with proper extensions,
and Its stations in Detroit, but the control of it
may prevent Us may easily be made to serve all that part of the State.
competing with that road for some trafBc. From
Detroit to Lan
The liOuIsvlUe and Nashville Railway Company have
8ing It 18 nearly parallel with and generally
a little less than
mortgaged their Memphis and Ohio section for $3,608,000 (or
twenty miles so.itliwest from the line of the Detroit
and Milwau £700,000 sterling), and sold the bonds bearing 7 per cent gold
kee Railroad, which it crosses at Ionia, as it
maintains its General
interest, in London, through Messrs. Barings.
northwesterly direction, while the Detroit and
Milwaukee turns
""^^
to tlie yiesl.—UnUroad OazMc.
Ohio and Mississippi.— The cost of changing the Ohio and
Cincinnati and Indianapolis Junctlon.-This
Mississippi locomotives from the six feet to the standard gauge
railmnrl
extending from Hamilton, Ohio (35 miles north of
each.
Fifty cars belonging to the passenger
Cincinnati on was about $3,.500
stock were changed at the cost of $150 each.
K'^'i-^ad), to Indianapolis
Ofi*'J^-'r'""''."'V'""",'°."''"l"'''^'°"
98 miles will, a branch from Connersville, Indiana (5(J mil,
Illinois Central Railroad. The Dubuque Telegraph is
s south'
I

;

—

east of Indianapoli.s),
proposed to transfer

—

northwestward to Newcastle 25 miles it hi
to the Cincinnati, Hamilton and
-"oj'i.uu
D^vton

responsible for an announcement that an arrangement has been
made between the Illinois Central Riiilroad Company and its Iowa
connections, the Dubuque and Sioux City, the Iowa Falls and
Sioux City, and the Cedar Falls and Jfinnesota Railroad Companies, by which the latter roads are leased in perpetuity to the

Kailroai Company.
.,™''® *'**"^ "' *•*" ludianapoUs Company, upon which thiB
•"
" "'""^'^ this
'
*
arrangement was made, is as follows:
It IS incumbered
by a first mortgage to secure *1200nnn .
second for $800,000, and a third for
owes a floating debt of about $800,000 jet to be issued '
$1,000,000, and has issued a

tmm.

-'^ "'

"'"

^'''''''"''-

'''

*^-r'«''"'

i«

Company at a fixed amount per annum sufficient to pay the interest om the bonded debt of the roads and make at least six per cent
dividends on the capital stock, besides leaving the Dubuque and

e'tiSe' at

Sioux City and the Iowa Falls and Sioux City Companies their
I

lands.

THE CHIIONICLE.

S?ptembor2, 187 l.j

ilUbama and rhatUnooB> Ballroad.— Tho
Oiitftle iayB

Jack«onTlU«f Penaacola and mobile.

Cincinnati

Chnlluiioojttt oorrcHpDndiMit succPcdM In hIu'iI

"Our

:

some new I'K'lit »» tlio AlaUaiua and Chultunuoga Kallroad
As 111) KelM It (i>rtli tho prusent poHitlon Is tliiit: Tlir
nucBtion.
Htatu of Alalmniii 1i«h Bt-l/.cd tlio road, and will hold It until llm
interivst on itH bonds, nniountinf; to upwards of ^.lOtl.iKM). hIiuII
iiave been iMiid; wlillo, on tho other hand, oniployuH of tho mad,
to whom tiio road Ih iiidchti-d. liavo taken jHwrn'miion of piirlHof
tho locoinotivea and hiddon ihoni, thus j)r()vrnlln>f tlii'ir riiniiin);.
and will not rclinsc thi ni until tbcir ciaiuis aro satislied. All
now duponds on Stanton. If ho ig able to rni^o nionoy to pay tho
clniniB of tho Stato tho roiil can be again run, its rcfoipls being
then given to tho eniploves."
But the Knoxvillo Chronide bag reported on gooA authority
that a combination of Southern railroads Is forming to operate tho
Alabama and ("hattnnoojja Hailroad. Tho Kast 'Pennesgce, Virginia and Cicorgia Uimd pays ^iSOO.OOO and the Mobile and Ohio
Koad jmys fJiOO.CKH) back January and July Interest on the Alabama State bonds and tloatiug debt of tlia Alabama and Chattaliailroad.

Arkannaa RailroadR.— The following

New

statement

is

WurUl Irom Mr. D. B. Sickles,

letter to the
York
Agent of Arkansas
The total amount of

—The

contract

(or

completing the extension of thin railrond Ironi Iih present terminus at Ijuiney to l*enmu:ola and Mobile, about 250 iniliM, haii
lH<en let.
It Is intended to complete tho work within eighteen
months. Tho road is now in operaMon Iroin Jackiionvllle, FU.,
about twenty miles Irom the moutli of tho St. .lohn lliver, nearly
due west UK) iniioH to Ijiiinry, twenty four miles west of Tallahassee, with a brauch from Tallahassee liouth to the (iulf at St.
.Marks, twenty. one miles, anil a sliort Itraiich to .Monticello, fonr
miles long. Completed it will lorm a line nearly 4.V) miles long
entirely across the northern iiart ol Florida, from twelve to thirty
miles from its northern border, and from Tallahassee westward
will be usually as much as twenty-live miles from the (iulf coast
Chicago and >orlli«e»tcrn._Tli<^ truck on the Haraboo Air
Line was laid across the VViscoiisin Hlvtr bridge at .Merrimack,
cloven miles southeast of Baral>oo, on the Mlh of August. It is
expectird to have tho lines completed to Baraboo as ,early aa the
10th of September. The Merrimack Bridge is 1,IH)0 feet long,
composed of 1,300 feet of trestle work, '5 spans ol Howe truss, each
The bridge is 4-5 feet above low
|.)0 feet, and one draw, \TM feet.
water mark, built on pile foundations, with no masonry, and cost

dlu|r

tooga

305

made

in a
late Stato

|0.-.,000.

—

Southern minncxota Hailroad. The Rochester (Minn.)
" Two mortgages for the sum of $3,000,000 each
bonds which mav be issued under the lieaird says
P'ovisions of the Slate aid law is $11,400,000, of which |3,450,000 were recorded in this county July 31, 1871, given by the Southern
have been issued to the several roads now in course of construc- Minnesota Kailroad Company to .S. B. Kuggles and k. P. Mann.
tion.
The following statements, furnished to me by lion. Henry Each mortgage was given to secure the payment of 3,000 bonds
Page. State Treasun^r, will exhibit the amount awarded to each of $1,('00 each. At the same time there was recorded a trust deed
of 100,000 acres of land, given to the same parties, to secure the
of these roads and their actual condition
:

:

Aw.Trd

xniles.

A

Mi'inphis
Lltllc

Rock

Utlli-

&

Rock

Ispiiod

$1.-200,000

*l,aO().0()0

131

150
lt»
170
150
100

Fort Smith

Rock, Piiie BUil), N. O
MU«i*»ilinl, Ouachita anil R. R..
Arkansas Central
Kansas City & Fort Smith

of debts incurred in the construction of said

road."

iiii)o!t.

131

I.iill.-

payment of $4o0,000

ComDieted

Length
l.SOO.WO
2.400.000
3,550,000
8,251,000

OOO.OOO
750.000
450,000

80
ao
80

Union PacIHe Kailroad.—The
previous half-year's

pany

150,00
None.

following shows the July and
Pacific Railroad Com-

Union

of the

traffic

:

Total

850

Memphis and

July, 18TI.

—

3i«,35fl

$.35'),:»0

$254,7as

Net

—

;

f4,440.»74
3,128,188

cnrninjfs

tl,31«,786

Alexandria and Frcderlckmbure;

-Grading

is

progressing rapidly on this road, which is to connect the Kichmonii, Fredericksburg and Potomi\c Railroad with Washington.
The road-bed is to be ready for the rails next month, and the
track laid immediately thereafter.

;

:

;

—

;

Jim.O.W

818,302

261

$.'!,4.W,000

tll,400,(i00

Hock Uailroad completed and in running
operation, 131 miles Little Kock and Fort Smith in running
operation, 80 miles grnd -d and ready for track, 'iO miles Cairo
and Fulton —in running operation, 20 miles; graded and ready
for track, 20 miles
Little Rock, Pine Blutt', and New Orleans— in
running operation, 20 miles graded and ready for track, 02 miles;
in running operation, 20
Mississippi, Ouachita and Kid Uiver
miles; graded and ready for track, 23 miles; graded, but not
Little

i67;j,(W;)

1870.

,Inly, 1870.

EamingB
Exirensea

1500,000

—

St. liOiit* and >ontIica«tern.
Track laying on both sections
of this road, from Mt. Vernon, III., and Enfield, eastward, is progressing at the rate of tliree-fourtlis of a mile a day. The track
was to have reached to Carmi, about eight miles east of Enfield,
on the 23d.

finished, 68 miles.

These are the only roads entitled under the law to receive State
bonds. The $3,000,000 awarded to the Cairo and Fulton Railroad
was declined by the company, and that road is now being pushed
forward to completion by Mr. H. (i. Marquand and several other
well known capitalists without a particle of aid from the State.

—

Albany and SuHquclianna Railroad. Preparations have
been made for laying a third rail on this line between Albany and
Nineveh, 120 miles, in order that cars of standard guage may
CbIca;co and >'ontIiweKterii Kailroad. — A telegram yester- run through over it from Philadelphia to Montreal.
through its entire length
day states that this road was completed
California Paclllc.— The San Francisco Call reports that the
on the 3'st ult.
The trains will be running tho 207 m\\o3
from Washington, Iowa, where the road connects with the Rock final transfer of the property of this company to the Central
Pacinc will be made on the first of October.
Island, to Leavenworth, Kansas, next week.

I-

MONTHLY EARNINGS OF PRINCIPAL RAILROADS.

—

Central Paeiflc

Chicago and Alton.

.

1871
(800 »i.)

1870.

18»i!).

5'i4,480

|3W,1SI

m.)
»281,!08

481,0t»
578,870

31.'J,0!I8

3ifi,o;j«

7.V1.2S0
»17,7liO

.328,3!10

703,375
819,100

402.8M

I,40S,6.'J8

a51,Ot4
498,231
50e,«23
468,212
397,515
310,:uo

= 418,709
" 506,680

1,562

1869.
(863 m.
$(151,137

»U

.521.693

709.611

90,298

56«,-2SJ

5.5.5,087

640.971

6»),33l

69.5,44i

77S.-260

71-2,616

7.19

8,823,48

Oh"

;

187 >.
:3MI i«.)

714,85.)

:«»l»»'')->t.

1S71.

(3.« m.)
2r.,9Hl
1 19 1.781
218,2 4
281,551
25.3,063
•iH, 99

270

989

106,246
110,213
111,117
111,127
ijo,'H/i
118,407
132,998

106,011
100,752
117,695
116,198
129,096
142,014

Poclflc of
l'(70.

Ko
1871.

$202,417

T«

2!t.-.,.566

24.3.6,50

279,.'>I3

r24fi,-2««

222,263
189,241
211,332

a 9,483

292,996

.

—

.Mar..

8:iO,-2H(i

1,112,165
1,112,190

April

.

1

.

.Aug..

.

.
.

1,037,973
1,806,672
1,371,780
1,140,145

Year..

.

&45,708

1869.
.

.

.

C284 m.)

Jan..

$384,119
320,636
386,527
411,814

Feb...
Mar...
April.

Oc«..

Nov.

12!t,.59n

in.nin
1

8,8I8,4«8

1,343,688

1870.
(281 '».)

1871.
(569 m.)

1869.
(825 m.)

$337,992
329,127

418.758
442,665
441.685
470.703
480.847
427,096
422,015

$451,130
a30,233
4-20,774

7,2.50,668

AlUn

Jan...,
Feb...

$l:i2.6-22
I-27.SI7

ft

T.

1870.
(222 m.)

1871.

1869.
(r.2i !•-.)

,

:113,198

288,393
381,491
288,775
314,850

7!TiT7!T

—

(530 m.
191.784
192.1-20

383.16"
306.016
301,791
311,581

3,833,489

— Union Paeifl' —

1870.
(521 »..)

1871.
(631 m.)

365,171
32S.791
838.488
444.310
458,009
438.914
853,9iM

1871.

LSTO.
^1038(11.)
$.-.2H„5-29
.500,1.
-SI

$257,66:1
29:1,645

31-2. 7IH

29.5, il:8

15.3,671

S18,6!.9
840,8!I4
848,l>33
,322.756
l«a,431

808,043
481,298

(1038 m,)

tttJK*

Tl>,flK>

435.(8(7

67I.X1V

I 129,,5(,7

186,888
302,388

167,300
178,483
163.284

32:i,.378

134,.'i90

1.19,761

)

.

240..)!H

157.:i97
154,1.32

Sept...,

.

$a*i,i!i3

144,1M

171.868

7,421,061

.

..

14:1,468

July...
Au|C. .,

April.

\~,\'.\:*)

806,818
908,818
791,014
829,758

$213,101
196,207
339,161
369,400
25a,r«)
306.493
19«,TS0
U8,flg0
364,690
134,9«3
1A«,8S«
384,738

124,810
141.697
140,302

311,833
812,529
348,890
810,800
450,216
470,'; 20
433,.W8

.

730,789
755,737

m

370,149
266,788

1871.

m.)

$1.52,.'«I2

158,788
172,216
172,347
1^5,0HI
150,719

Mar.

827,431
377,571
483,881
662.367
658,018
481,113

(3!I0

Uinanri

1870.
(40-1

8!I6,700

t896,171
882,798
877,571

Hante.^. TclflrtO, Wah *Weit»m.
(282 in.)

>-]lorth

1871.

6:16,434
661,(ia0

5M,:J63
724,514

4.53,878

Pant.-,

(9;«m.) (1,018 m.)

586,.3t2

1,0:19,811

m.)

3,380,430
St.
1870.

44.3.133

May...
June..

.

R'i.5,231

460,287
6iO.IM4
678,800

423,735

1869.

OJUll

481,956
578,822
601,521
6;»,12S
478.370
465,032

^Wilwauke^ ft

4,791,395

(210 w.)
,

.

4,749,1^3

1871.

14,786
118,016

1.393,468

(.5!10

5,960,938

801,163
496,550

(210W..P

11.5.175

4M

826,891
878,880
467,990
511,477

-St. L,

1-22,372
114.6:17

45«,2-2;j

461,314
636,648

374,.54a

Dec..

Year..

$12t..218

6<X(,:)<«

388.385
449,932

226.897
241,161
246,046
260.169
374,031
S<9,355
819,012
817,887
339,330
319,578
2»»,158

7;J6,6frt

36.3,187

47:i,M6
490,779
448,419

;j«l,871

7479,236

412,a30
406,283

35.i,.5(i9

449,W4

g 584, 155

.3-2!(,»30

Any.

$-201. .VX)

1,037,963

380,4;i0

1871.

387,171

351.767
319,441

(52.3,841
JL4,53,606
= 63-2,652

366,623

Sept.

1870.

$101,275

m.)

1,.306,.3;)8

773,

^Clev Col.Cii).*!^

(5W m.)

(M.5,7S9

1

1,1.39,284

40.3,616

May.

101,-2(i5

a58,:»9
929,077
1,177,897

Is. and Facifie ->
1871.
1870.
Wl.l

(5-20-90

I1M,427
602.481
774.993
789,641
1,094,101

$706,0-24
7.V),782

Miehigan Central.

118,173.
119,650 .
115,115
June.
118,572. .Jnly

2a5,ii«
284.732
475.351
287,810

1869.

m.)

13,368,461

Dec,

95,li6.5

(1,2-23

l,0.31,.3!t2

Nov..

in2,.5S:i

m.)

1,2-27,512
1.2.59.282

Oct..

1871.
(251 m.)
13 ,883
126,221
140.740

(1,1.57

1,1.57,056

.Sept..

$;«,I81

8.18eiS7

26,S,414

1,2.'>1,9.50

.

31'l,9 -4

331.490
387,826

3.3!),091

.

1871.

1870.

m.)

t8!W,092

465 780 ..May.
466 582 .June
533,tMZ. .July.

*)B,*11

218,

1316,054
123C.471

0318,967
5355,187

279,463
835.044
387,649

.Feb..

TronKt.

1870.
(210 m.)

116,242
107,524
122,000
134,134
127,069
121,791
119,073

I

-J211.2I9
£300,971

.JTau..

.

1,418,8<J8

->

(:KSm.)

467.867

39.3.631

.

144,023
14l,;n6

in.)

(:i.V,

343,555
340,301
372,618

15.3,.5.31

1,391,345
'-

9.^3

-249,987

10l,.585

1.35,376
ia»,.3on
110,8.37

8,678,958

*

$90,177
98,275
101,379

$99,.511

565.415
606.815
588.«il

6-27,-215
696,228
8t 1,363
89:1,051
919,110
!XI1,235
9H,tfl6S- !»0:!,2i5
814,4132 811,707
e96,677£ 697,750

1870.
(251 »>.)

»51 w.)

»:19.540

318,039
408,6 5

,

(1,157

a!>dRincinnst<

1869.

m->

(1109

601,.32«

I

.— Msrlotta

1871.

$628,3*3
661,788

.•M2,8i)«
f

31.5,832

"eatral

1870.
(974

(4:il

—Chicago * Northwestern — ,-Chie,.Boek
]8li9.

4,819,4(M

w.)

388,7-20

7,963,518

— tllini >

.

>

1871.
(463 m.)

497,519
•^475,608
1441,197
(401,263

(431

.VS(.»38

S8P.H70
802.060
746,490

873,9*4

,

«Mm

«H,»47
1M.46«
T«,I74

6a,4S8
«M,ogo
738,886

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

304,,552

189,351
168,559

1.52.909

137,794

434,283

386,284

48i,8r

Year..

I,014,M8

1.885,803

4,352,343

4,<a6,«9

7,5!s^ii'3

rm*

THE CHRONICLE.

308

AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCK

RAILROAD. CANAL,
Avor

Snbscrlber* will coafer a great

bjr

Stock
Btaod-

LIST.

COMPANIES.

Date.

PAB

Railroads.

Albany & Susgnelia'ina*.^
.. so
AlleBii'eny Vaflcy, May Zt.
"uir,...
••;•!<»
Atlantlcand Oulf. . . .'.

8,355,000
;;,2S6.SL«

60
50
50

3,691,200
2,494,900
1,232,200
733,700
16,550,362
1,650,000
7,239,531
600,000
19,150,800
800.000
25,000,000
2,315,000
4,550.000
3,700,000
950,000
1,380,644
1,081.300
1,230,920
5,000,000
937,850
377,100
731,200
915,577
1,159,500
2,200,000

.100

6,8.i0.4(HI

do prcf.
do
Ccnt.6eorKla& Bank. Co.No.2l3100

769.600
4,666,800

.

.

&

Allan.

.

Lawrence* No.

St.

2!5.1(1C

Atlanta and WestPolnt. No. 279..100
100
AnituBta and Savannah*
100
Baltimore and Ohio. April 8

WashlnKton Branch*
Parkersburg Branch

100
50
100
Bcrkahlre.Jan. 21
lOu
Boston and Albany, .Ian.
100
BoBt., Con.&TMonl. No.'iW
Erie.No. 247.100
Boston, Hartford
500
Boston and Lowell, Jan. 21
100
Boston and Maine, Jiin. 21
Boston and Providence. .Ian. 21.100

n

&

New York

Bnffalo,

and Krle*. .100
.

BurlinKton and Missouri River

.100

do

pref.KX'
scrip, 50 pr cent, paid

do

do
Camden and Anihoy May 2O,....10O
do do 8irlp«t iolntCo.'6'l>9&'70

Csmden and Atlantic, May
do

do

Cape Cod,

m

20...

preferred.. 50

Ian. 21

Uatawlssa.* May 20
preferred
do
Cedar Rapids and Missouri"

...

Central of New Jersey, May U..100
50
Central Ohio
50
preferred
do
Central Pactnc No. 288
100
Cheshire, preferred, Jan. 21
100
Mar. 25
Chicago and Alton.
100
do
do preferred

—

Chic, BurllnK.&Qulncy .July 22.100
Chicago, Iowa and Nebraska*.. lOO
Chicago and Northwest. No. 273.10C
pref
100
do
do
Uhlc.,Rockl8.&Pac. Julys.. 100
CIn., Hamil & Dayton. .May 20.100
Cin.,Rlchm. &Chlcago*No.263. 50
Clncin., Sand. & Cley., No. 218. 50
.

.

do

do

do

pref. 50
Zanesvllle, No. 216 50

Cincinnati &
Clev.,Col.,Cln.&Ind. June 21.. 100

Cleveland & Mahoning,* No. 247. 50
Cleveland and Pittsburg, Jan. 2S •*)
Colnni., Chic. * In. Cen.'No. 247.100

Columbus and Xenia*
Concord
Concord and Portsmouth

Conn&

50
50
100

PassuMipsic, pf. No. 281. .100

Connecticut River. Jan.
Curabei-land Valley,

IOC

21

May

15,000,000
2,425,000

400.000
18,.378,740

2,085,925
8,925,500
2,425,400
17.590,000
3,916,200
14,7211,959

20,415,013
19,000,000
3,500,000
882,600
2,967,800
428,616
1,676,315
11,620,000
2,056,750
7,4S2,225
11,100,000
1,786,800
1,500,000

&

Jan.
Jan.

ft

July.
July.

Mar.
Jan.

ft Sep
ft July,

June & Dec.
April
April

ft

ft

Oct,
Oct.

100
100
May 20
50
FItchburg
100
Georgia. May 20
100
Hannibal and St. Joseph, Jan. 28100
do
do
pref.. ..100

Hartford

&

N. Haven, Jan.

do

do

21.

.

.100

scrip

190

fionsatonic, preferred
Huntingdon and firoad Top*

lOO
.50

do

do pref. 50
Aprils
lOO
Indianapolis, Cln.& Lafayette.. 50
Illinois Central.

JelTersonvllle.Mad.

Kansas

Pacific,

&

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

4

5

Pittp.,

'71
'71

5

Portland

do

scrip

NewLoudon Northern .Jan.2i"l6(l
N. V. Cent. * Hudson l!..Jan.2V 1(10

Ang.

Ang.,

Jan.ft July.

July,

May

May, T.

8«
1S4

& Dec.
Jan*. & July.
Mar. ft Sept.
Mar. & Sept.
Mar- & Sept.
Jan. & July.
June & Dec.
luneft Dec.
April & Oct.
June

April

ft

Oct.

May & Nov.

„

00
"O

do
do

ordinary

North Carolina. No. 267..
100
Northern ofN.H'rapshlre.NoiJ'riOO
Northern Central. May 20.
50
.

Northeast. (B.C.). April

29..

"I' 50

North*Sl..onrl.No*.'y,!'-.''-'"-»'lS:

North Pennsylvania May 20.

OgOens.AL. Champ* lJo,275

<}

ft

July,

*7l
'711

'70

'71
"71

July.

Aug.,
July,
Apr.,

':i
'71

3X
2>4

3K

'7'.

3
5
4

'70

Der..V'«9

July,
July,
Jan.,

'71
'71
'71

898,950
111,000

100

3,051.800
2,000,000

4

7h
1

IJf
4
4

'71

Aug.,';o
Aug.. '70
Jnlv,
July,
July,

Feb.,

'71

D-c,
Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

ft

July.

'70

July,

'71

3,1.50,000
2,36.1,100

Sept.
Sept.

Sept., '66
Sept., '66

May & Nov.

i

3
5

Mayi''71

ft

ft

Dec.
Jan. ft July.
Jan.ft July.
.Tune

ft

January.
Jan. & July.

June

ft

Dec.

& July.
ft

Nov.

June,
July,
July,

Dec,

4:2.51t.4VI

4,959.020
2.488 'ifj

i 1

4

May,

'71

i«

July,
Apr.,
Apr.,
July,
July,
Jan.,
July,

Jan.ft July.

Jnneft Dec.
May ft Nov,

May

ft

7

8K

July,

July.
April ft Oit.
April ft Oct,
Jan.ft July.
Jan. ft July.
Jan. ft July.
Jan.ft July.
ft

'71

July,

Aug.
Ang.,

'70
'71
'69
'71
'71
'71
'71
'71

"5'

Jan. ft July.
Ian. ft July
April ft Got.

4

'71

4

5

'71
",1

Jane ft Deo.
Uiiartetlr.

JwB.*

Jnly.

Dec,
July

'71

Aprll,'71
"Tl

11. .^..

"ni

July.

"71

Aug

ft

January,

Feb!,"'71
Jnly','Hl

Jan.,

'70

15.000,(100
1

,000,000

May

Nov.

May,

'70

A July
Jnne A Dee,

July.

'71

June,
July

'71

ft

36,7'I5,I«10
1

.C.'Vi.OOO

2.600.000

.Ian.

3.R60.0(X)
3,.606,300

Jan,

A

July,

2.227,000
1,209,(00
1,100,555

Jan,

A

July.

1 ,983.603
8,229.604
1

,633,a6(l

1

Feb.* Aug,

.Tune, 71

.Ian. ft

July.

Ji'ly, '71

-luneft

Dec

Dec,

"70

* Aug

Aug,
Feb.,

'71
"71

Aug.,

'71

Feb.

1,00:1,6(10

A Aug
A 11c
Jan. A .lulv

1,025.000
1.176.000

Feb. A Aug
Feb. A Aug

16,1100,000

4.909.4KI
B.7S9,«KI

Fell.

Feb.

.A

May A Nov

A'ay, '67
Jaii., '71
Fe'li.',

"'71

4,S:17,9MI

1,600.000
6IXI.IHH1

1,260,000
1 ,000.000
3,400.000
1 ,250,000
2,000.000
1 .200.000

.60

A

Jan,,

July,

July

Maicli.
-Iniic

1,5110.000

Dec,

&

Mar AN-.v

Nov',','69

Feb.
Feb.

Aug.,

'66

Feb..,

'71

A Aug.
A Aug.
-lan. A July.
Feb. A Aug.

&

July.
July.

Jali. ft July,

100

35 oob',oi«i
3,000 too
10,000,000

ItlO

is,0(X),(xio

laciflcft Atlantic

2-"

Expre>'!i.—AAmn6
Atner. Merchants' Union

United States

100
6,0(K>,IX«)
KKI
5,I»X),IK10
4,0tX),(XXl
100
100 20.000,00it

ACo

Wells, Fargo
S(eom»/i(p.— Atlantic Mall
Paclllc Mall, June iO

May A Nov,

Jan., '71
Feb,, '71
J"lv,'71
July, '71

Nov,,
July,

"TO

July,

(Juarterlv.
.Ian. ft July,

'66

"71

Nov.,
Aug.,

'«9

Dec,

'67

.1:111.

1.6I»I,IKKI

.Ian. ft

1,I»I0,(X«I

Sept'..' '71
July, '71

(Jnarterly.
(Juarteih'.

1,(H10,INX)

100
...100
100
United States Trust
IOO
JffHiMfif.—Marlposa Gold
100
Mariposa Ciold, pref
100
do
do Trust, certlf. ..
Quicksilver preferred
too

and Trust

Union Trust

Jan',','''M

Quarterly,

1.(1(H1,(I00

1 ,0(«),011(1

do
common
Car—Pullman Palace

Jan. A July.
Quarterly.

.hin.
.Ian.

A

'71

Sept., '6!)
July, -71
July, '71
Feb., "71

A July
A July
Feb. A Aug

Trust. 26

Life

A

4,(X«I,0«I

277.100

'70

731 ,250

100

'71

Dec,

July

Jan.

1.I'0II,(I00

'70

Feb,,

fjiiarlerlv.

Jan.

.Ian.

5(1

ft

'61

Jan,l,'.o

386,00f

levj

Brunswick City
KteflropA— Wost.Uulon. No.

'71

Dec.

4,000,(X10
2,800.(XX1
4.(X«1.000

60

Williamsburg

'65

Sept,,

& Dee

100
50

iwi/jroreme?*^— Canton

New York

.Ian.

6H1.00(1
l.OOO.fKXl

.'nly,

Feb.

A Aug
A Aug

Feb'.

4.100,000

'.>6

July,

July

July,
July,

'-1
"71

2,83r>,(i(Xl

8.693,400
2.321.(XX(

Jan.

& July.

4,.30O.0IXl

IOO

5,700.1X19

100

N. Y.

& BROOKLYN

4,000,000

CITY

NAME OF ROAD.

PAR

5».

5

Bleccker street and Fulton Ferry.
Broadway (Brooklyn)
Broadway and Seventh Avenue
Brooklyn City
Brooklyn ('ity and Newtown
Brooklyn, Prospect Park ft Flatb.
Brooklyn and Itockaway Beach
Bnshwfck (Brooklyn).
Central Park, North A East Rivers.
Coney Island (Brooklyn)
Dry Dock, East B'dway A Battery.
Eighth Avenue
Forty-second St. A Grand St. Ferry.

Grand Street ft Newtowu (B'klyn)
Hudson A"enue (Brooklyn)

Qnarterly

PASSENGER KAILUOAItS
BTQtlli-

Sixth

Il«l

4flO,0(«

1IHI

LAST DIVIDENDS PA

D.

Avenue
...

.

"'.'.''.

'.'.'.*.

'a

;;;;

")»

141,6(X)
262,'2IX)

1IKI

hineV 18^6'.*..
Oct., 18TO.

264,600

100
100

1,065,200

KKI
600,0(K)
100 1,21K1,000
KKI 1,(KXI,0(K)
100
71S,IK10
100
no.(KX)

!•••
;

May,

'70,

Nov.'/

tiuarterly

*7U,'

Bemi'anniuU,I!

10(;,7(XI

100
KXI
KKI
IIW

Mctropol Ian (Brooklyn)
Ninth Avenue
Third Avenue
\ an Brunt Streetf "^'ooklvn*

900,0(X)
100
200,0(«)
100
100 2,10O,0(«l
100 1,6(X),000

1(11

Second Avenue

June!

Feb.

,696,R'?6

1,988.160
3.000.000
1 ,700,000
1 .IIO.OOO

4

4

'71
'71

'71
'70

1

'71
'71
'71

,365,600

3,1:!".900

100
100

Manhattan

4

Nov.
Jan.,

1

Jersey City and Hoboken... 20

"i'

Api'tr'70

May,

Feb.* Aug

4

12s
S

Jaii.',"'71

Juno,

'•71

20

Kesbarre

Wyoming Valley

2rM«(.— Farmers' Loan
National Trust

'67
'71

Dec,

Jan.

sV.'
3«.

'69
'7!
'70

Dec,
Dec, 70

Feb. ft Aug.
Jan. ft July.
Jan.ft July.
Feb. ft Ang,

:«,995347
4JI24,474

W

Boston Water Power
'

'71

Ju'ly.'

50
60
10

New York
2

'71

Feb.,
Jin.,
Feb.,

A

Jan.

6.16.200

IIXI

Metropolitan

'71

'70

July

910,350
570.060
869,460

KRt

Gfls.— Brooklyn
Citizens (Brooklyn)

4

'56

July,

'71

Jan.,
Apr.,

Jan. A .Inly
5,819,275
Quarterly.

Annually,

10,260,1IIX>

'71
-,1

Au';..

'71

Dec,

'68

lOll

5

'7;
'71

July

July.
Apr.,

'71

2,6l.«i.ll00

Butler
Consolidation Md
Cumberland Coal ft Iron
Maryland Coal Co
Sprni-e Hill

5

•Ian.

'11

May,

25
50
26

ItllscellaneoiiN,
Corti.— American
Ashb u rton

Pennsylvania
Spring .Mountain

4

Quarterly.
Jan, A July,

2,62S,7.'>0

2,003.746
2.907,860
1,100,000

K Water

Harlem
Aug.,

July,

A Ang

000

2,300.000
2.010.000
io.ooo.noo

60
50
50

3%

'71
'67
"66

Apr.,
Apr.,
July,

ft

Feb.

4,:'«)

2I.10(i

West Branch audS:isquchanna.

.'71

Aug.,

Jan,

Feb.* Ang,

2.70(l.liOi'i

1,908.9(»J
2 ,8S«,977

'68

Sept.,
Jan.,

l.HIO.OTl
817.100
3.000,000

50

Chesapeake and Delaware
50
Chesapeake and Ohio
25
Delaware Division"
Delaware and Hudson
IOO
KXt
Delaware and Rarltan
Leliigli Coal and Nav..Jnne 3 .. 50
Monongahela Navigation Co
5(1
Morris (consolidated.- June 10. .100
lOt
do
preferred
Pennsylvania
50

'71
'71

Jan.,

Jan.,

2.000,0(X1
6.000,0110

ll«l

Union, preferred

,

'70
'70

Canal.

Susquehanna &Ti

'71
.Iiily, '71
Feb., '66

July,
July,

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

,

M

Schuylkill Navlgat'n iconsol.)". 50
do
pre!
50

May,'

Apr

.100

do
do pref.lOO
Pacific. Mar. 18
lUtca and Black Ulver, No.2,52..UHi
Vermont and Canada*
KKi
Vermont & Massachu., Jan.2!.u)0
Virginia and Tennessee Jnne 24.100

2
5

.iuly, '71

Dec,

1

do
Union

'71
'71
'71
'67
'71
'71
'71

Apr.
May,

West. July

c

May,

Apr.

E. D., 1st pref.lOO
D.,2d pref.lOO

ft

& July,
Jan. ft Julv,
.Tan. A July,

Quarterly,
A July.
Aprilft Oct,
June ft Dec,
Jan. -fe I'l'v,
Apri
O-jt,

W.

Toledo, Wabash

Nov.,
,

do
do

D

May A Nov,

.Ian,

8.n(KI

19,711.285
616,700
202,100
1,500,000

M

do
do

Aprt','7l
Apill,'7l

300,500
!,361J!00
,000,000
8,068,400
,000.000

I

^t\

Oct.,

May

1:17.500

do
do
do pref. 100
St.
ouis ft Iron Mountain
St. Louis, Jacksonv.ft Chicago*. IW

Feb., ni

'71

100

Terro Haute. 100

ft

Aug
July.

'71
-,1

Line Railway
IOO
CarollnaAprll, 15
Side (Va.) June 24
1(«)
West. Georgia.* No. 220.. 10(1
Svr.Hcuse, lilijgli ft N. T, No.'252.aXl
Ten-e Haute and Indianapolis .. 50
Toledo, Peoria ft Warsaw
UMl

'71

June,

prel'en-ed

Louis, Alton

ft

&

Aug.,
Mar..
July,

ft

Shore
South
South
South

"il
71
'71

.June,

.100

Feb,
Jan,

July,

SaiHlnsky, Mansfl'd .t Newark*.100
Sehnylkfli Valley.* May20
50
Plianiokln Val ft Pottsv'May 20. 50

8,0O0,IKlO

AHe»h SfJ'MaV 5«'?H
01 Colony « NewpoV.Ja5^^-i •
Old
Creslr

Sept.,
Sept.,
Sept..

May,
Aug,

Jan.

"" m

oMo.naMi..i„,pp,*^prti"'i!«;:j«»

on

July,

Aug

T20,(XI0

41,128, 30
12,000,000
1,500,000
9,000,000
100 2,000,000

(tusr. .100

Ju y,
Dec,
Dec,

Kennebec, No. '253*

Yarinoutli stock certlflclOO
Portland, Saco & Ports No. 276.100

do

Feb., '71
Keh., '1
July, -Jl

June

ft

Worces., Jim. 21. .100
Hensselaer ft Saratoga" No 152 .100
Itichniond and Danville No. 23.5.100
liichmond * Petersburg No.'235.1(l0
Rome, Watert. ft Ogd., Mar. i8..".00
Rutland, comnion
100

Nov.

& Aug.

ft
ft Dec.
Jan. ft July.
June ft Dec.

do
do
pref. r>0
Ft.W.&C.guar* Mar. 11. 100

Providence

'71

Ang.

ft

Feb.
Feb.

11,1K10,OOI1

45,01 ;o,ooo

do

do

St.

2,M6,100

2,096,544
1,861,400
5l»,000
2,100,000
6,^50,000
493,900
967,100

tar

.

'71

ft

218,;l,50
25,2'iO,\'40

fiO

N. Y., Prov. and Boston No.ato
Norfolk & Petersb,prf.Junc21..100

3X

'7:

Feb.

5,0^7,2 -'4
4,800,000
3,000,000
2,000,000
615.950

« ''?• .'''j,. oertlllcatc»..lUl
New York and Harlem, Jan. 21.. .W
*lo
do pref...
New Tork &New Haven May 131110
'

June,
July,
July,

500,000
78,000,000
8,536.900
1,996,250
3,740,000
4.156,000
4,151,-: 00

a

KIO
New Bed. & Taunton, Jan. 21 *II)0
New Hav. & Northarap., Jan. 2V100
New Jersey, May 20
igp

.tune,

'71

'71

'71

.500,000

&

Naugatuck

5

3,192,000

common

Morris and Essex,* No. 250
50
Nashua and Lowell, Jan. 21. "lOO
Nash V. & Chattanooga No. 220'.100

4

Julv, 'Tl
July, ;!

2,084.200
1,700,000

&

&

3X

Jan.ft July.
Jan. & July.
Jan. & July.
June ft Dec.

&

&

4

5

a.50,000

3,000,000
848,700
1,62S,4S3
LonlsvlUe and Nashville No. 2&^ lai 8.681,500
Louisville,
Alb.
Chicago. 00 2,800,000
Macon and Western
lOO
2,500,000
Maine Central, July 1...
"lOO 3,400,500
Marietta
Cln., 1st pri. May 6 '.SO 8,130,719
<lo
2d pref.. 150 4,460,368
3°
^o
..
l,sr2,890
.. "o
. .
Manchester
L,awrence,No.>47100 1,000,000
Memphis and Charleston. No.278 2S 5,312,725
Mlchigait Central. July !5.
ioO 14.665,R4S
Milwaukee and St. Paul. June 10 100 11, 422,8
<lo
do
prcf ...100 10,42-..103
Mine Hill Bch Haven* May 20. 50 8,856,4.50
Mobile Montg. pref No. 283
1,73^.700
Mobile and Ohio, June 24 .,
*100 4,441.114
Montgomery and West Point .."lOO 1,614,101

New

2

ik

6,185,897
2,000,000
.
8,872,500
20 50
1 ,3*5.000
27.100 35.000.000
.50 18,159,400
50
4,10;.;5O

Little M lanil , No. 247
Little Schuylkill.* May 20
50
Lonir Island, No. 252
go
Louisv., Cln. .t Lex., prf No. 276 JO
do
common
50

Mar., '71
July, '71
June, '71
Apr., '71
Apr., 11

Last paid.

ing.

.
50
482.400
<o) Mlfsnuri) April 22 ... IOO 3,(>2l',6(iO
Panama, No. 275
100
7,(XI0,l»XI
Pennsylvania
^'a'. il
50 33,193,812
Phllad. and Erie,* Mar. 11
50
6,004,'200
do
do pref
50
2,400,000
Philadelphia and Read. Feb. 11. 50 30,401 ,(500
Phlladel., ft Trenton,* May 20... 100 1,269,100
Phlla., Oer. ft NorrlB.,* May 20.. . 50
1,626,250
rhila.,Wllmlng.*Balt,May20 50 9,.663,KiO
PIttsb. ft ConnellBvllle
50
1,798,926
PIttsh., Cln. ft St. L., May, 20.... 50 2,fM,0(Xl

May,
May,

In.,No.2271U)

Mar. 25

stand-

Oswego and Syracuse.* No. 252

May ft Nov.
May & Nov.

*

Erie, Jan. 28
do preferred
Erie and Pittsburg,

Ballr<>ad".

iA

'71

Apriii'Tl

Quarterly.

50 1,316,900
Dayton and Michigan* No. 263.. 50 2,400,000
50 1,203,216
Delaware'
Delaware, Lack.
West. May 20. 50 18,H0S,a50
452,8.50
Detroit and Milwaukee, No. 249 . 50
pref
50 2,093,000
do
do
1«)
Oubuque and SlouJt City*
5,000,000
Eastern (Mass.), Jan. 21
100
4,062,600
East. Pennsylvania, May 20
50
1,309,200

.

July,

table,
the pre-

PaclOc

20

East Tenn. Va. & Gcor, No. 2=4.100
Klmlra & Williamsport,* May 20. 60
do
do
pref. 50

see Railway Monitor, on
ceding page.

Periods.

Ing.

_^_

l>ttg«-

Out-

For a full explanation of this

Last paid.

DIVIDEND.

Stock

Ont-

cedlQK

1371.

2,

giving as Immediate notice of any error discovered In our Tables.

DITIDBND.

COMPANIES.
For alull explanation of til l»tnble,
ee Kailwaij Monitor, on tne pre

[September

191,000
797,320
888,nK)

w
I*

750,(XX)

1,170,000
75,000

Nov., '70, Bemmnnnal...
Nov., TO ouartorl;..^..,

"5

September

AND MISCELLANBOUS HOND

RAILROAD, CANAL
sub.rrlber. will «onftr > lire.*

bIvIiik n-

mvor br

Pa|[«> 3

nnd

F>r «

Outof till* ilaudlDK
lUllru»a Mo.illor

•'

Jiff

on « pruueillnK

When

paid.

May .71)!

I

•

Mr

LUu'

(.Ull.
(3.11 mill'")

linMorlKttKO

M7.l>«

•0):

I.

J. 4k J.

1,'JI4,UIK>

A.*().
M.« N.

a<l M'lrlji.-'CI.'liuiillloi')

l»tMorl.(K IMv

TW.tlW)

I'lihlioi. .....
fill in.)

&

1»wii

1

Ut Mori.

<Mliiu. I'lMilTAl)

F.4k A.

M'"

MllwiiakTOllljr
Kiid Wvul'-rn...

W):
i,!)(rj,oai)

lyuui. (Oct.
Mort-<AKtt
CoiwolliliU eit MortKRire.

I, t>»):

M-Bil.

li.l

I«t M..t,-il

&

IKiiil

o

1'. '

I<1.1

K"M. on

.V.lJiii

JiiiM/uri /».,
(HI Mortuaifc, laml uraiit
Jl MortK.>',-e. for (;2,;«ll).0.«)
Mnliilf ,e (llriird

(.)

line

2(IIIU0t«

J.&l).

7,S5.->,(«)0

F.&A.

.

J.

A.AO.

1

•

(Mar.,

...

1,200,000

•

M.&N.

ofism

M. ft

S.

330 000

* Emex (.)»li., lO)

J.

u.

&

5,(1011,1100

M.*

3.iioo.aio

Mortt(aKe,BlnklnKfuiid

F.

,tClmUnimnfiiMa\T
I9l Mort., cndoisfd by Tcnn ...
A.wA'Kte .* ntaaur (.lau. 1, ~1):
Mortj^aKe
MortKiKi" I'ouilsof ISiO

Mortgage

lincark J- .Vfio York (Jan.. '70)
l8t Mortk'afre. l*"
h'.irbura <(• Xfio York (April, •»):
1st .Mortuane Knar, by Erie
Jiem H.triii

(Jan.

,t Deil)!/

«<ir«t

.^

Mort IM!)
Bond' I'onvcrt., free Slate
tw .Jeraet/i
la Loan
2d Loan

' 1

1)

1890

Mort. Phil,
do
o

lat

1st

MorluaBi!. lax

Ann LaiuUm

F.*
F.&
V &

*iU,OI«<
IUO,OUl

..

•;!):

New York

& J.
A.&O.

N. V.ftL

J.

18S7

New York

1875

Sew York

"!3-T8
1876

J,

F.* A.
J.« J.
M.* H.

100,0110

1834

18X1

4 J.

1899

len
isn

416,000

J. ft. 4.
J. ft J.
J.* J.
J.4t J.

4*),500

M.ft N.

61,501)

M.ftS.

i<20.ll00

M.ftS.
M.ftS.

J.

90>i.nXI
43,0110

.

ISjT

(March

1, '71)

new

MortKago of

322.000

2d Mortxage
<d MortKaKC
(Feb.,
1st Mort. (State loan)

KK Kuar)

Consolidated Mortj^aKe.Kold ..
lnC4>me conv.eoun. bonds, IU70.
Sorthtrn. A. u. (A(>r. 1. "TO):
Comnany Bonds of Ifftl
Northern ymo Jerten (Jan., SO):
1st MortKure (guaranteed)
xoiloicA a jrorc««<r (Dec. 1, "«»):
1st Mort. (Maw. loan) s'k'g mnd
Constroctlon Bonds
Oa'ttmb. <t L. CA'im.( April, •»»:

Kqnlpraent Bonds (lai free).
Ctionu't yiicport (.Mar., I):

Wd

Company Bonds
Company Bonds
Company Bonds..

OiKiae ValU'i/ (.Ian.

Mortgage, 18M

J. ft J.

A.ftO.

A.&O.
J. ft J.

2,251.000
360,000
1,216,000

Q.-J.

1JS(11),'MI

J.

1,90:1,1100

.1

1,223,(««)
2-i5,l«IO

x-^

J.
J.

ft
ft
ft

1819
lS'.n

1875

Ml w York

<ew

1895
1888

Yor..

Phlladel.

1885
ll»n
1896

Annapolis Irred
Baltimore.

1885
1900

inn

J.
J.

li5,0UO

A.ftO.

Harrlsburg

115,000

A.ftO.

Boston.

int

iJOAlOO

J.ftJ.
J. ft J.

Boston,

12IAD

J.ftJ.

wrn
tsn

7

tj»o,oa)

F.A A.

t

A.ftO.
M.ftS.

1, "70):

IJ

I

J.ftJ.

7»-'91

1.100,000

J

A J.
AO.

Phlladel.

•Ta-'M

I'lilladel.

iim

A Ail,

PhPatlel.

1881

Mori. (Turtle Cr. Die.)
PilK^ti.. Ft n: * Oilc. (Feb.,
lat Mortgage (series A).
1st Mortgaire (series B).

Morlsage
Mortgage
Mortgage
Mortgage

18T7
1875
1876

New York

J.
J.
J.

ISW)

IKW
inn

J.
J.
J.

ft
ft

ft

'20

1871

IK-ai

1888

288.0011

J.

J.

London.
I'hiladeL

2,7llil.liO"

A.ftO.
A.ftO.

2,625,1100

J.

l,121,-»0

3i".riOii

jon.txm
LOOii.OOO

ft

AJ.

1898
|8»l
1890

J.,t J.

ISS4

A.*0.
A.&O.

1887

iv-i,

1900
3.000

00

Ti5,0(«l

4,000.««1
i,in',r
400,000

875.(«l(l

SfiO.imo

jWn.oOO
860,000
8«>.i>on
860.0110

860.in<
2,000.000

s

I

.

I.Vi.OOO

eonsirne. bds

S

free..
Pl<i..rntlf if S*tci-aia. (Jan. 1,10)
1st
1st

I

J..V.J.
J.ft J.

rhBadel.

875.0(10

Equip Bonds of 1869. lax

/l.lV

I8«

M.&S.

875.000
875.U10

I

ft i;.

Ifl'l

J.

495.(11*1

875.1(10
875.0110

..Al

Morlgag

W

ft

-71 >:

(scries (').
1st
(series D).
1st
(series E).
Isl
(series V)
1st
(series O)
2d ^lortgage
2d Mortgage (series H)
Jd Mortgage (aeries II.
2.1 Mortgage (series K)
2d Mortgage (series I.)
2d Mortgage (series M)

l- .

.1

18..

6.207.01.)0

Mortgage

I'

ft .1.

"71):.

1st

llridge (O.

.1

'96-'D0

Phlladel.

A ftO,

1

S'eu'ienv. ft Ind. re org,
Ni'Wark Div. Bonds
Pitl^bin-g itC'ovnfVxr. (Nov. "iO>:
1st Moii. (new) fi-ee ttate tax.

3.1

a,i««i.no"
2.IKI0.0"'

1W!,1«!
9:6.

ft

2>1

i,0(io.ni(i

A

M-!„'iOll

Mortgage
Mortgage (gold)
Huron it 1: Mli-K. (Nov.,

lOO.I")
l,O0O,tWl
•^!5.noo

J.
J.
F.

ft
ft

A

J.

J.

A.

J. ft J.
F.ft A.

Baltimore.

M.AS.
A.&O.
M.ftN.
J. ft D.
J. ft J.

F.ft A.

M.ftS.
A.ftO.
M.ftN.
J. ft D.
A.ftO.
M.ft N.
J. ft J.

Phlladel

New York

M.AS.
J.

A

J.AJ.

224,800
79.1JK1

A.AO.
A.AO.

191

1912
1912
1912
1912
1913
1812
1812
1912
1912
1912
1912
1912
1876
1887
1874

1891
l8Bt

J.

525,000

mm
1886

New York
New York

'70)

lat .Mort. (g.ild)
.('

/i>«»Wie<: (Jan. I.'7I)

Mortgage extended,

18*13...

.r.insolldated Mortgage, 1865...

22,61,-

A.ftO.

miles.

(Kio.mi

J.AJ.

Provldenee.tr, Worces. ( 'ar':!)
Kroillna it iJolHnililil (.Mar., '71)

300,Ul«

Kn iided Interest, 186!)
Port to ml it Rorltfit^' (Vvh..
1st

M., s. v.. 1867, on

Isl M..

isl

18711.

Mortgage

2d Mortgaae
Isl

it-

1.2.'^

'71);

eiiuai lien

1

J. ft

1511.000

Mortg:ige
1st Mort. (Sara, ft WlillehalD ..
1st Mort. (Triiv.Saleiiift Uiitl'd)

(ileus Falls liU. Mort
lUi-hmonit .t Doiirille (Oct.

..

4.1D.0OI1

J.

lat Mort- (gol.l ) con /art reu
floe* hi. it Peorlo (Mar. iP;

WW

161. nil

.

.

';.",''"•_,,

ii...
gink. F'd Mort. ( >\ai ft
(inaran. (Pots. A w,'";'"" .J''
'61..
gink. Fund Mort. (gener»l)

'^,rnU?metrMoTl!Wo.l8*.
'
do

io,aio
nm.niip

Consul. Morlgaite. eoupon
Consol. Mortgaiie. reg
Roanoke Valley UK. Bonds^..
Bli-hm. <t PrlrmbHrg (Oct. I, TO);
2d Mori., coupon and reg
3d Mort. of 1871'. coupon ....

Mortgage on

4(10,000
5i*i.<>n

CI-

i,298.non
408 .5UI

m,iioo

I).

ft

J.

M.ft

S.

|8»
189ft

Boston.

1887
4887

I'roT R.

I

J*

ISO

rrk nS!
Columbia. ISHI

New

^

T'oy.

New York

M.ft N.
J. ft J.
J.
J. ft J.
M.ft N.
M.ft N.

IS-HI

Boston.

Augusta.

J.AJ.

1. "eS);

Fund Loan
Bond guaranteed byStale

Ktat«iSinklnit

a'

J.AJ.
M.AS.

SM.OIKI

Mortgage

Aiignsta.

A.ftO.

6.vi.niri

1862
191!l

2.1

lat

10.000

.iiiiiloffa (Oct.l,'.0):

W

Sl»,000

ljBn,ow

'48and'l9

.

New York

400,000

New York

I00,Ot»l
I,5!1.I100

M

Col

/.•,i.v«.*ifi-

1900
isao

2 01" *>»

J.

I.T'):

Mortgage

l<t

1st
-.8

1807

A.ftO.

4BaMB

(V« years)

Sho|;» N.C, 72

Charlest'n

'II,

(Dec

K;wt Penn. 1st M. 8ink. Fund...
Loan of l.s;iti, sterling
Loiinof 1868
Loan of MIS
oan of "870 (»'..nn().00O) conv...
PhlUi., in/m.it .^((.(May.":!):
let Mortgage, convertible
Loan of IWM
Loan of 1867

P<trltitii.t

A.ftO.
M.i N.

•71):

2d MortKaire (sink, fund) coup.
Sd MortKSKe (sink, fund) roup.
C.

6.000.000

I, '7J):

187!

J.

4,000.11111

Korthrm Centrnt

*

ft

5,000,000

MorlKaffC

MortgaKe ( V.

J.

.

l«lj5

north IVnmyiixtnta (Nov.

lit

AG.

J.*

1B3JM)

157.000

M MortxaKO 01 18(8
SlMorticaee

Srt

A.

IS*:)

1, 'Jll):

Funded Interest (certificates)
Ifnrth .VtHftouri (March, "71) :

1st

1SJ3
1893

250,000
512,0U)

18H.I.

Mort(fa«o
MorlijaKe

1st

N.
F.ft A.

JO.JUUp.m

Knndinit Morluaio!
2d MortijaBe to,- »!i'JO,000...

IRl

M.4fc

1,0B9,90U

fiorth C'lroliim ( Anrll, "lO):
jlort. Bo'ids (various) '67-118

2.1

1871
18(«

2,7WI,O«10

—

reumbarg (Oct.

irortHniMtfrn

1886
1890

3.aii).oiio

Isl Mort. (soldi
etr yf»rl-,/*/"oo.«fc^lOT(.(Sep.l "TO):
1st MortKaxe

Bond" of

IJvSi

.

Osweup UUUand;

it

*

ilo

Loan of 1857. convertible
Loan of 18:i"i. sterling
Loan of 1«;W, sterling

1st
1871

A.
N.
M.& N.
J.4fc D.
F.

do

PiU.->b.,Ctn.Aiit.L0Hls(3»vs.,

2,S00.0l«l

Uen«:wal bonds.
York it llnrlem (Oct. 1, 10);
MortK*i;e of KV)
Conaolldalid Mort. .>f ISUB
Iftw York .t X. Uaceii (Apr. 1. "TO)
1st MortitaKO....

1st MortKaite,
let MorlKas;e

New York

.

1

18i5
IS 18

!S7l

HI .ft

162.111X1

Ileal Estate

Uorfolk

11*99

M.* N.

5,916.689
1,514,000
5«.1«10

lleu'
1st

Extension
N<"W Bonds

London

A.&O.
J.& J.

.

Improvi»inent

N.

J. 4. D.

2.711.100
1,168,000

Rlnklntl Fund (asanraed drlitiil.
KutiHcription (assumed stocks).

Y. it

I8S8

1*1

m.on)

ft

3U>98,00O

(gold)..

do

I.oanaof'l:),
1889

1880

New Vork

aoo.ooo
291,500

.

Mort. exlpn-sion
Convcrlible Bonds
A. on.. -J. itai. A'fH (A. (Kcl>.. -lO):
Itt Mort. lor H.tXW/lOO (ISW.)....
id Mort. of 1S«1
f e'c Ynrk Ontriil (Oct. 1, 'W):
rroininm SlnkinK Fund

J

TO):

do(rurrency)

Pliihulelplii't I* lUxul.
I.oanof 1S61

New Vork

2,000,000

IHt

.

A.
A.
A.

Rar. Bay):

(March,

Haven.

A. 4^0.

9oa,iiii(i

Iri'i-

S'irth.

M orltfatfi! Bonds

%0,OOD

tax.

New Vork
New York
N. Haven.

J.

•I'l

Brldgep't.

N.

New York

3.l»».t<lll

ft ISrle

I

J.*

ijnu,oou

„

&

.1-tilhtrn (Del.

J.

AD.
A J.

I'

1887

M,« N.

500,000

'nt

If. J.

4k

J.* J.

—

.N'>rlA«mp.( Ffh.,

Sd (.Aan

J.

(iOO,OOl)

IB):

1,

MortKawe

1st

J.* J.

J.

IW.OOO

^v...

(Dec,

1st

2d do

1»,500

6,0OO,O(X)

(Jan.1,'70):

Miiilgage
i mtintelpMa I* A'Wf ( eh. '7(11:
1st Mort. (Sunburv & Krie Fill.)

J.

J.

/'«*.if-/'l<,/t«OM0.(Jan.l,",0):

Cent.

Ilarrlsb'i,"
I'lilladel, •TO--?!

3i000.000

J'/iiliiitri. <t liilt.

Now York

Q't'ly.

l,iOII,2i'4

i«;x
1875
191U
1910
1010
Isnn

hi ade>.

A.*'>
A,« O.

"lO):

1889

tst

London
Phlladel

.

imit:

3,9UU,0U0

.

!'«;.

ISW

IJ.-J.
J ft J

5,924.716

A.

.

yiiaiiiUii.k (Ki'l)., "Il):
1st' -Mort. (convertible) 1856.

riurmii

it

18..

rtillildcl

A.ftO

s.asa.oii

Mortgage, gu aranteed

l8t

A J.

A.AO.

>

J.

A.&O.

5i<i.oon

Prorui

I8!r7

J.

|-.,S26,500

idebentnt'eli)

I

N. 1'. (Dec,
Mortgage, guaranteed

iHt

tSiS
18^2

New York

2,283.X4<1

)

un

1889

2,591,000

Ptorlo

A

J.

1,516,000

Bond

Alport

London.

1916

F.A A.
AftO.

600,000

1914
1891

J.&
F.*

»«),IJOI)

2,0OJ,00O

Gcu'ral Moitgagc. new, coup
ilo
new. reg t d
ilo
State works purcbase

1886
1900

A.ftO.

11*2
'92-'9»

4.972JW1

N.
A.

*

1. "9):

Aii.</)r.

93.«4'

7l(i.!B8

2.899,330

i

.

ISSl
1S33

New Vork

524,773

F.ft A.
J. A J.

Vlfxand'ii

F.AA.

"W):

1,

I'l-niinijlriiiihl iS

716,010

Construction bonds

if.

188-i

London.
Mobile

ilc

.MortKajji).
Coiivi-rLihli! boiiclR.

iV

1882

Mobile.

New York

«75,0«0

M.ft N.
M.ft N.

imi

New York

aa).n»i
200,000

1st
tr.iiuxytraiiiii (.Ian., *7'):
iBt Mortgage (I'eun. IIU.)
2d .Mortgage (Penii. Ull.)
•*A Mort. (Penn. Kit.), sterling
Sjeneral Mort. (I'bll.to IMttsli.).

Mobile.

London.

M.A N.

18-i:<

N'ew Vork

A

J.

'71):

niorliraee, sierlin-jr
Pauj-Koti. ifc Xeirtirk (Jan. I. '(19):

Now York

.ila

2d

J*.

Gener-

1875

(llfhniond

K.
J.
J.

7n«.i»in

onstrnctlon Bomls.

(

M.A
J.*

249.962

^^

ilhmiiH (Mar.
MortKage (Kold)
ot

MortKau'e

HUB
tan

Sew^York

N.

M.ft N.

*a:nnini (Feb., '71):
1st MortttaKe. sterling
2d .Mor'.iraKC, sterling

1891
1890

•.,0ij.8;4
l,'l)9):

•

do

M.ft N.
tl.tt H.
".& N.
M.& N.

S,5M,«X)
1,176.400
TVi.OlO

(May

Mortaau"

l»lM.,cnior«od:iy

2il

1st

iini

J. ft J.

.511, ill)

Mortgage, gnariinteed

S

Mort...

'.Id

toiUmmcra (• Knrnln

iHt

A J.

KKi.nnii

r2.eoo

2d Mort>?age
//(.

mm

niBadel.

M.*

l,i;»),v<i

1st Nlorttfiiifc
^11

W,OJO

IiilLiril lionila, stBrllnit

Unhlti-.t Mniaijunuril

do

'81'!I3

4!)0,aao

.t Oliiu

.Vnrrin

1876

IMM

MAN.

(I

819,01

M):

MorU'at'e. Kuaranleed
r.onds
Otnw'fo ,f .^^t/ritrune (March,

1. 'liD):

enilorAed
(Jan. 711:
lat Mortgage, ulcrllug
let MortKiiitc sterllnK
Interest Honda

l»l

Memphis.

m»

A,*0.

Iloiiu (Jan.,

if

IMS

London.
\cw York

.

vorlL'iiKe

Income

l:KVt

1,10 ,UU)

111

l/JOl

1st Morttfai;o
ill Mortfitit*^,

Itiuoitiii itonilH,

!»ew Vork

3,(100.0111)

&

fl.S.it tllltl\^ !m.

Mobtlr

(ew Vork

FA A.

1st

1899
1903

4.1 \h

"I')
.N»''»

f*.

l.K)m..(Ti'b.&

.

palil.

A. AC.

:ori,i««i.

Morluage

Omreyo

18St!

IW)

1,103,700

rcJvw, (Mar. Tl)

ColiHol. M..

1873
1876

A.&0.
J.AJ.
J.& J.

1st

it-

Xew York

J.Jk J.

Loan

ir(«»t....i));)i <t

Mil. K'liis.

1873
1891

M.*N.
K & A

IJSO,UUO

IM Moimii|i«
'M Mo •ttf.'iKe
Tfiin. Shitc

1898

M.4k8.
J.ftJ.

2,761 ,l">l

.

18W

l,Sls.i«»i

221,'"'

;
Consol. .Mortungc
OraiiM, .ilrx.if ,l/rti«/.i.(0(I.I.TO)
1»1 Mori. It). ft A. lilt.) 18.19...
2d Mori, exten. lO. ft A.) I'*!-..
3d Mort. extin. (O. ft A.) 1858..
4lh Mort. exten. ((). ft A.I I.SHI
IstMort. (O., A.ft M. UH) lS6i.
Va. L oan (.^1 y'rs) s'kV rd,'JS-9

l.n(tvi)'
3,1)7

C.Oi

Xi-oliii,!;"' '"ailnil (Sep. I.

1st
1st

an ,1)00

I

1st Mori. (IOW11& Dakotu)
Idt .Mori. (I', ilu ('..iVi lullun)...
milo») ...
.Mo;l. (P. ilu

S.l

I89S
18H4
1874
1897

A J.

J.

3,71I»,(M)

Mlur..,

lat Mori..

MlUaiikoo

Wh«r«

paid.

J. A. I.
J A J.
A. A O.
J, A J.'
J * .1

8M<.ini[

Consol. Mo".
I lor tO !ion.0ll0
Consol.Alolt.^lC^ t
2d('oii«id. H I' Mort., l>>il ....
Oil hrr'k ,t .lllrall.lt- (Occ, "M):

I8!2

New Vork

9,4.S't,a»

2ila<i.il<>l

Morluiit-e (W. HIV.)
2d M..rl|/ii«.- c«. DIV.) ......
Inoonir- Morlitane iW, Hlv.)

18S3

Londiia,

iiMurch, ^!)

J/i»»(»«i;>i<(

MoitKiiKe iK. Div.)

l»i
Isl

l,!tUA)UU

..

\liirl.

hull

tlituiiui:rf ,t SI.

New Vork

A.ftO.
H.ftS.

.'iWtOUO

.1
.ni'llll)ln
;
M,.i( M.rllni:, iioiinoii»oru

vu-h

«

When

J,a,f.

s

"

I

tallroudist

*

0»lo
i2»l."»»)

1

larsMwr.

pttgo-

.1/

1,1

,

SKCnitlTIK.H IHHItKIl' Amonnt

For a mil e.<planail»n or 'lils tundlnn
Table «« llnllri.ad Monitor
on a precodhiK P 'He.

Where

paid.

Itnllroadal
.1'

ANIX IIAKAC

0OMI'ANIK«.

fxpliiiiatlon

full

I'lblP

LIET.

medlatt) nntlrfi nfanr erri>r «ll«ro»«r«« I* tfar Tabic*.
tvllt bo inibllMheil nr»t WfU.

TKK OK

"i^

OF SKCUKITIKS I88DBD Amount

riiU

I

Koiitl 4

•>*

1

HVUM^

ANU

l.'imrAMlKS,

307

THK (HRONICliR.

V871.I

2,

New

\'ork

1973
aj.'SJ
|i<«

1890
tin«

•B-n*

Ktclimond

F.A.V
J.

AD.
A.AO.

N.

Y.AR.

1IJ75

F.A A.

1919

•,(IOO,OUI

N.V.nrLou

i/Mijni

F.A A

!(.Y.A

M.AS.

New York

I30,W(1
i7s,ai)

7»;

M'

sit.ont

J.

A

D.

•.lijiv

J.*U.

5<lll,0

H.A>'

Mk'jtvy

Lon

18W

l«00

I8f0
ni.'74

U91

THE CHliOMCLE.

308

KAILROAD, CANAL
Subscribers

trill

Monitor"

.INTXRXST.

Amount
OntBtauding

When

For a

Where

paid.

paid.

iScc K:i". C
(Jan. 1, "TO):

.

K&

M

Ld
VM-.toFt
1st M., (Kid)
St. L.. All. it T. Ilitule (July 1, '69):
1st Mort. (gerlcB A) sink, fund .
1st Mort. (scrlirH I>) sink. fund.
2d Mort. (Bcrk'8 c:)
l!d Mort. (series D)
2d Mort. (Income)
St. Louis <t Iron ill. (Jttlyl,

t.

Jo.

*

400,000
829,000
l,50O,0CO

1,100,000
1.10(1.1100

1,400,000
l,40tl,«IO

1,700,000

J.

New York

F.ft A.

Sacram'to

&

J.

F. * A.
F.& A.

J.« J.
A.&O.
F.* A.
M.& N.
M.&N.

4,000.000

F.& A.

2,.%5,000
360,000

A.&O.
J.& J.

free (gold).

16,000p.m

M.&N.

St. t/>uU it SI. Joseph (l^X'''. i<"">yIst Mortgage (gold)

1,000,000

M.tN.

1,900,0a)
2,600,000

J.& J.
M.&N.

120,000
70O,«l0

M.&S.
J.& J.

lax free..

SI. Lnniti iiHd SoHtUe/tHlerii

Mort conv. tux

iBi

rand,

St.L..

T.Tlnute (Mar., "TD

if

:

8kg Id (guar.)
2d M. 8kg fd (guar.)
S(./1'i«;,t-/*(r.,lstDlv.(Jan.l,'71i):
l8t Mort. (10 m.) tax free
Ist Mort. (St. P. to \Vatab,8Um.)

2d Mort. (land grant)
General Mort., lor »2,O2O,0()O ....
General Mort., sterling
Ist Mort., West. I'e, for »(i,(X10,0(»)
2d M.,\V. line (land) for»,"!lX)0,0(X)

1,'«)0,000

780,1)00

SI. rtiHl <* StouxClti/ (Mar., '71)
1st Mort. for *16,U(lO per mile ...
Sandiisti/.ll.it A'eu:'rk (Feb., 11):
lat Mortgage, new, IKtia..

Siiran?Kiri it Charleston
Ist .MortJ ag IS'J

Murion

Sinux
1st
2(1

TOO

1st

iO

it Kennebec (Jan.
Mortgage

South Carolina (Feb.,

Mortga

Siile.

Consol.

M

l)y

L.

V
.

.\ ';.., ia.J

I.

(Oct.

I

'71):

m

Company Bonds

Mortgage
Mounutin (Oct.
Mortgage
Summit Branch (Dec. 1,
1st Mortgage
SutUDun (Jan. 1. '70):
Isi

Sttrltug

'70)

Pmri'iit ff'arj»rtw(Mar.l,'7i)

J.

18,30(>

52,400
20,000

pm

Equlnni't 6' 8 of 18.0 conv.S.F
Wab.it HV^fc™ (Jan. 1.11)

UtMort.(Tol.&

111,,

W.&

75m.)

....

ist .M. (L. Erie,
.s't.L.,167m.
1st Mort. (Ot.Wtn, W.D.,llX)m.
1st Mort. (lit. Wt'nof'SS.lSlra.,
1st Mort. ((Juin.* Tol.,3Jm.).
Ist Mort (111. &S. Iowa, 41 m.)
2d Mort. t Tol.
Wah., 75 m.)
2d Mort. ( \V ub.
W't'n, 167

&

&

m

2d Mort. (Gt. W't'n of'Stl. IBl m.
E(iuipinenlBond8(T.&\V.,75m.
Consol. Mortgage (.'HK) nDcouv

&

K. St, I.ouis.
Ixoil it Bolton (Oct. 1, '69):

IstMortgage
Mortgage.

Land Grant BondsforflO.iOO.di*

Income Bonds for 110,00 ,000...
I'lion HuiiHc.Cenl. Br.l.lAn.l'mi
Ul M'rt. (gold), tax free
n

'','''v,<t59™''"n'ent
<S'"1

^J^^-

it Illack

K

subsidy)

.

116.12!

.

201,201'

611,400
'70):

400,000
557,400
4f(l,0(«

1,000,00(1

M. Rl!,'69.

316,50'

(May

•New

York

I

81

New York
New York

Mortgage, unendorsed
Mort., endors. by Baltimore.

J.&

1874
1876
'78- 'St

'71-'72

1874
•88- '91
'80- '92

1871
'88'91
•82-'88

Brooklyn. 1887

1887

Var.

1,695,825

Petersb'g.

'84- '90

'a4-'90
'96- '00

62- Ti

New York

1888

TT-'SO

406
900,000
2,500,000
707,000
2,500,000
600,000
300,000
1,000.000
1.500,000
2,"»'0,000

600,000
2.7OO.O0O
'2, 00,010

J.

&J.

S
J.

IkiJ.

4

J.

N.Y.4 Lon

J.*

J.

Baltimore.

4eo,0(«
300,ll«

J.
J.

J.
J,
J.
J.
J.

300,0*
400,000
5oo,oa'

I.T»

n

it

J.&
J.
J.

4

4
M.&N.

New York

1,970,000
:

Branch

l,80O,0C(

Varl.

Phlladel.

3,275,001

F.4 A.

250,00(

J.

J.

176,00(1

J.

4
4

New York
New York

J.

Plilladcl.

J.

4

J.

PlaltKb. (Feb., '71):

1st M. of 1668 on 36 miles (coup)
Wicomico (f iVconioA-« (Jan. 1, '70:
Ist

4
4

Mortgage

1st Mortgage, new
Wilmington tfc I'ead, (Nov.,

'69):

l,20O,0ai
'70)

:

Mortgage

Phlladel.

1,250,000

it lIcMoH (Oct.1,'69):
Mortgage, sterling

Wilmintiton
Ist

M.4 N.

....

576,887
197,777
710,000

J.

4

J.

Bleeder St.it Fulton F.i.OcX.},W):
iBt Mortgage
Uroadicay dc 1th Ave. (Oct. I, '70):
1st Mortgage

694,000

J.

4

J.

1,500,000

Sterling

Bonds

Sinking Fund Bonds of 1367

Street Passcngrer

R.R.

New York
New York

1, '69):

Ist Mortgage
Bi-ook.,l'roii.r.itFlatb'hl,Oc.i,'6Sy.
1st Mortgage

Brooklyn.

300,00(1

J.&

300,000

M.4N.

626,000

J.

700,00(1

M.4S.

203,00(

J.

20O,00(

A.&O.

167,00<

J.

4

J.

New
New
New
New
New

860,001

J.

4

D.

:Jew York

e«iItn(/'.,A'.(tJif.«p«(Oct.l,'70):
Ist

J.&D.

London.

New York

Mortgage

Vl/n'k,E.Vd!caUitBat.(.Oc.^,"K):

Mortgage
Eighth Arenue (Oct.
1st Mortgage
Ist

4

J.

J.

1, '09):

4'id tt.it (irandiit.Fcrri/{Oi:t.l,"il)):

Mortgage
Mnth Arenue (Oct. 1, '70)1st Mortgage
Second Avenue (Oct. 1, '70):
Ist Mortgage
2d Mo'tgage
3d Mortgage

2(»l.00(

4

J.

York
York

York
Xork
York

F.4 A.

Sew York
New Yorl.

Consol'tlated convertible
Sixth Arenue (Oct. 1, '70):

S76,0((

1386

J.

4 J.

.780.00(

Phlladel.

70- "75

Mortgage
7V(i>-(i Arenue (Oct. I. '70):
ilaitt Bonds ( ta x ree)

850,001

1874

J.

4

J.

187S
1880

J.

4

J.

J.

4

J.

Baltimore.

M.4 N.
J.& J.

New York

4

Phlladel.

I

^few York

18:9

r.4A.
J.&D.
A. 4 0.
J.4J.

New Ton

1896
1894
1886
1879

r.&A.
F.& A.
A. 4 0.
F.4A.
M.4N.
F.* A.
M.4 N.
M.4 N.
M.4 N.
M.4N.

New Tori

Q.-J.

4 J.
A. & O.

"
1.
>t
..
•t
>•
1.

••

"

M.& S.
* J.

&

9.6:-il,000

A.ftO.

10,000,000

M.4S.
J.&
J.&

J.
J.

Ist

it

Jjelaw. (June

1890
1890
1871

1888
18S0
1882
1878
1871
1893
1883
1907

Ohio (Jan. 1, '69):
Maryland Loan, sinking fund
Guaranteed Sterling Loan ....
Bonds having next preference
it

Delaware Dlvinion (Jan.,
1st Mortgage

'71)

N.Y.4BOS

:

New York

London.

1,5(X),001

3,500,0'.'

loy

RR.

;9-o.i»

J

1,496,87

785.00'
236,96:

J.

.-J.
.-F.

5,6.i6.0<.i'

2.ooo,no(
5,000.00'

4 D.
&D.
A 4 0.
J.

1st v'ort. trtx free

g.byPen.Rl

Schuijlkiil yavigaUoH (July, '70):
1st Mortgage

Phllade

2,282,0(»
1.751,21:
1.016,671

M. 4

S.

J.

4

J.

J.
J.
J.

4
4
4

J.
J.
J.

'71):
1,000.001
1,309,001
32S.0O(

Union (Feb.,
iBt Mortgage

4

J.
J.

Boston,

London,
taltiniore.

'71)

1873
1S78
'91:-

'99

1874

1895
1895

West Bratich

,(,000,001

tt Su.^q. (Jan., fl)

Wyoming

Valley (Feb.,

tl.4 N.

Philadel.

4

J.

Phllaiiel.

M.&N,
J. 4 J.

Phlladel.

:

Mortgage
2d Mortgage tax free
Ist

450.001

J.

29;,5a
'70)

IstMortgage

iniscellaneons

:

Amer. Ijock (fc Imp. Co. (J an .1 ,"691
Bonds (guar, by C. RR. of If. J.

Conso liilation Coal (Feb., 71)
1st Mort. S. F.. 20,000 per annun
I*ennsylrania Coal: Mortg.iJ'di
l^ulcksltver (Mar. 1. '71)

Utlca.

4

Phlladel.

2,0C0,(:0I

2,000,000

J.

ft

3,019.00(1

J.

4.1.

New York
New York

Jl.ftN

StV York

J.

:

J.
J.

JerseyCity

A 4 0.

b., '70)

2d Mortgage
Other loans (about)
Susg.it Tide ICdter (Jan.,

Xfl'ght,4c 9«-'99
Boston.
13S9
N.Y.ft.108.

Baltimore.

Philadel.

Delaicare it Hxidxon (Jan., '71):
Registered Bonds (tax free)...
Registered Bonds (tax free)...
Del<i. tt liaritan
See Cam. 4 An
Lehigh Navigation (Jan., '71):
Loan of 1891 (gold)
Loan oflSSl
Loan of 1897
Gold Loan of 1897
Convertible Loan ol 1877
Morris' (Feb. '71):
Ist and 2d Mortgages
Boat Loan, sinking fund

Pennsylvania (Fi

2,000.001
1,375,001
1,699,601

:

Maryland Loan
Loan of January 1, 1878
Pref. Interest Bonds

New York

New York
New York

1, 69)

Mortgage
.

New York

J.

!7. 'r.6.512

1

Canal
Chexapeake
Chesapeake

1879

A.&O.

l.'iO.OOt

1st

New York
New Yorl

J. ft J.
J.& J.

scn.ioo
200,000

4

A.&O.
M.4N.

M.& N.

1.600.000
1,600,000

A

Boston.

J.&

J.

27,237.000

M .4
J

2(X),000

1st

Boston.

Macon.

800,000
1,800,000
1.600,000
1,300,000

Government

Urookli/n City (Oct.

New York

Phlladel.

J.

A 40

J.

2,73-..00

ll'cst. I'enn^nlvauia (Nov. 1, '70)
Pittsb
Ist .Mort. guar,
Wentern Lnlen (Feb., '71):

1st

London.
Cliarlest'n

'70-'75

J.

Mol-tgage Uold)

Whitehall

Petersb'g.

&J.

1st

Wil.,Charl.itRulherf'd (Oct.,

Augusta.

New York

4

J

1, '7i:):

stMortg ge
1898
1898

??i
F.&A

New York

«

Phlladel

m

1, '70):

New
18T2
1801

J.
J.

Mortgage

iestern Pacific:

New York

4

4

J

l'29,00t!

1,102,000

(Oct.

Ittv.

J
J
J

683,500
849,WXi

2d Mort., e:iu. by Wash. Co
'2d preferred Mort.. unendorsed
Mort., guar, by Baltimore..

York

cw York

'70):

Mortgage, sinking'fnnd.....

Shore Ilua.

)I'«I
1st

1st

Tei.)

0uad< evurerUuie, tax free

CM.

inon.on

Boston.
Boston.

4 J
4 J
&J.
4 J

J
J

1,'70):

Mort. L. G
A'entern ilarylaml (Feb., '71):
1st Mort., endors. by Baltimore

New York

200,000

sas Pat

Hirer (Oct..

846,001

113,000

Registered fertiflcates..
Interest funding bonds
MckHburtj it MeHil. (Mar.
Consol. Mort., 1st class
Conso Mort., 2d class
Conso Mort., 3d class
Consol. Mort., 4th class

West WisconHn

J.

Ist Mortgage ls<i8
..
itrmont (t Mam. (Mur. "J1)V""
ist

^'ew

N

r.& A.

500.000
360,000

2d Mort. tgovernment subsidy

990,000

<:l,OW,000

Wefit .Jer.sei/ (Jan. 1, '70):
Loan of 18S3
Loan ol 1866, Ist .Mort

J.
J.

J.

427,000

Ist Mort,., guaranteca
2d .Mort., guaranteed
tnton Piictfu: tFeb.. 71):
1st Mort. (gold), tax free

494,00(1

1892
lf92
1892

New York

6.50.000

^

Convertible Bonds
Union (Oct. 1. '69):

'Jroy

M.<I;N

J..S: 1)

1, '70):

3d (enlarged) Mort>iage

WestrheHer it J'hila. (Nov. 1,
1st Mortgage, convertible
3d Mortgage, registered

J.
J.
J.

800.000
300,000

2d .Mortgage

'ii'"',

&

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

J.

lot.,

Vttca

& J.

500,000
250,000

Mortgage (W. Div.)
Mortgage (E. DIv.)
2d Mortgage(W. Div.)

,1

*D.

J.&D.
J. & J.
A.&O.
J.& J.
A.&O.
J.& J.
Nov.
A.& O.
J. &J.
F.& A.

201,000

of 1S69

M.&N

l,COe,OC0

lt-6!t
do
do
\lrgmta tt Tennessee (Oct.
1st Mortgage

Joiiit

&0
&D

A

J.

I,lUl,l«Xi

'67

1«97
1 9S

IS..
18..

A .40
A &0

S,C00.0«i
1,000,«10

Warren (Jan. 1, '71):;
1st Mort., guaranteed

:

Mortgage
Syrac, Bingh. * A', r. (Oct. I, "W):
1st Mortgage
lerreBiHte tt /;ift'poW*(Feb.,'7l)i

V"

J.

850.000

1st

I)

&D.

J.&J.
J.& J.

581,000
6f 1.400
41I,J0O
703,;OJ

200,000

'71):

8

J.

M.&S.

1, '69):

1st

3(1

&J.

J.

399,000
300,000

Mus .ogee RR (onds
Staten hlaml (Oct. 1, '70):

Ist .Mort.,

J.

150,000

Soutliio. i aclllcof ifo. (Jan. 1, '69):
1st Mort. (gold) »25,000 per mill
Southicefitern, Ga. (Aug. 1, '69):

114,(«l
293.20(

li93

New York

750,000

1, '70)

.

Mongagc Bon

1628,320

l,272.aXI
76,000
30,000
60.IH0
80>.500
1.500,000

a. (Oct. 1, '70)
1?1 pref.) for *709.00(|

1st .Mortgage
2d Mortgage
SUHHex (Jan. 1,

I«(i2<i,0'l0

Si'2.500

Consol M.('A:,irer.) for»851.00(
Consol M lid pref.) for »510,00l'
Va. State Loan (suspended)
2d Mort. I'etersburg guarantee
3d Moi tgage
Southern Atinnetota (.Jan. 1, '69):
1st Mortgage, vyia years

lot.,
1st
Ist

139o

NeTT York

F.& A.

1,492,015
806,500

Mortga :e

South

London.

J.

700,000

300,000
250,000

e Hoods, L

end.

.Side..

New York

J.

838,500
241.000
S.OOO.tOO

'71):

Southern Central N Y
south it X. Alal^i- lua Feb.,
1st

New York
New York
New York

1,'7j):

Sterling loan, £.152,912 lOs
'.)oniestic llonds (II)
Jomeslic Uonds (G)
l>ome8tie ISonds (I)
Domestic Ilonds ( Iv)
Domestic lionds (special)
Real Ksta e Bunds, F

1st M.,

1894
1898

New York

(Feb., '71):

M or tguge

South

J.
J.

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

75\000

Cili/ it /•iicinc

Mort. on 105 miles (coupon).
Tilon. (governin. subsidy)...

1st

New York
New York

&D.

J.&
J.&

886,r00

"

"

(consol.)

Mortgage, for

paid.

1, 'iO);

2d Mortgage (consol.)
Equip. Loans of '66 and

4th

F. ilu Lac(Mar.l,';i):

it

Somernet
2d

J.

Mortgage

1st

Wiiere

paid.

IncomeBonds

J.&

guar, by Ala..

Mortgage

1st

1900

1894
1894
1894

J.&

"!<):

Sheboiigun

New York
New York

When

:

"
Ist Mortgage
2d Mortgsire
"
(June
lennont Central

2(1

Selma. Rome it Ditllon (fe".,
Ist Mort. (Ala. & Tenn. Rivers)
2d Mort. (Ala. & Tenn. Rivers).
<lcu. Mort. for*5,()00,ogO, tax free
SIminoliH V.ife/^H/rc. (Oct., "JU):
1st Mortgage guaranteed

Outstanding

1st

Memphin :

it

1st .Mort. (gold)

N.T.or L'n ISM

;

I

S€linft,

1875
18S1

:

l«t .M.

thii

yermoJit I'a^ey (Feb.. '71):
1st Mortgage on 24 miles (con).

C.B)

'69):

l6t Mortgage
St. 1... -Jutkf.Kt CMC. (Feb., 11):
1st .Mort. (guar.) 18(>l,tax tree..
IStiS,

explanation of

Railroads

IstMorlKagc (gold)
2d Mortgage (gold)
tit. 'Joseph tfe Denver CtVj :
1st M., (gM) KUwood & Marysv

2d Mort. (guar.)

full

Table ««e "Railroad Monitor*
on a preceding page.

Kal'roads:
SI. Jnn. tt C. ISlillTf
Sacrrimerito Valtei/

LIST.

COMPANIES, AND CHARAt
TER OF SECURITIES ISSUED, Amount

i

.j

of this

cxnlnriutlou

I'ull

Tslile «(< " liallrond
on a prucutiing i>aKe.

AND MISCELLANEOUS BOND

confer a great ravor hy slvlng ns immediate notice of any error discovered In our T^ ib'oB.
Paices 3 and 4 ofUonda trill be pabllsbed Next tveok.

Companies, and chauactek of s rcuiuties issueo
For a

[September 2 1871

1883

1879

Mortgage (gold)
2d Mortgage (gold)
wtelern Union Jelegh.,
Ist

let 11...

556.000
500,000
1.000.000
6S4 1UU

/
J.
J.

& A.
4 n.
4 J.

1873
1879
Ibi

September

a

.)

c

2,

THE CHRONICLE.

1871.,

tn

'II

m

r

c

c i

a

t?!!

!

in e

i

Tlin followUif^ tablo, (vimpileil from

.

January

COMMEKCIAL RPITOME.
FiuDAY NionT, Septombor
liavo lu'cii

more

1871.

1,

tliHO tho u»uiil UiicUixlion^ in

1870.

Sept.

Beef

and

187

1.

7,90«

Sept.

1.

l)bl!<.

W.Wrt

bales.

17,.S«

17,094
80,410
15,1M7

Iihda.

S(i,31-j

8a,(i75

bags.
bags.

»l,*t3

M,07«

54.8.10
31,2i)8

24,224

mats.
hlids.

90,474

Sngar

boxes.

usLaw

Si^rar

l>ags, etc.

503.148

tc«.

Pork
Tol»cco, forolgn
Tobacco, dompntlc
Coffee, Rio
Coffee, other
Coffee, Java
Suftar

lilils

Mcladu

nhds

Mola"8es
Molasses

hhds.

820
S3,6U3

bbls.

No.

Hides
Cotton
Rosin

bale.-i.

bbls.
bbla
bbla.

Spirits Turpentine

"At

!».610
7ll,4«3

110,79;)
32«.r>:«

8,8.«
14,815
<i,200

Sfi.ino
):i,0OO

167,000
38,875
20,045

luailin;; arlicli«

from

1,

|irice«

of leadin-i st!i|)les dining the pint week. Specula' ive conli(IciK-e i.» very A'oblo, anil Hie inarkelR, as a rule, deiivo liltle
suppoit from tlie great o.ise in tlio money inarkel. T.ierp is
no tlisposilion to operate upon " geneiv.l |ifinciples." that is,
\ ilii reference to llie prospective supply and demand, and for
a deeidod rise or fall in price-", but llie exigency of the
Moment controls, and it requires but a small advance to
ircrpnsH ihe ollVrings on sale, wliilo a niuderata decline
usually stimul.'iies the dem^ind.
The following is a staieiufli.t of llio s'.oaks of le:i linsf arliclvs of fi.)reign and doine.stio inercliamlise at dales given.
,

Custom Knuao rotnrnN.sliowN

tlio (wrt of NewYork ainc«i
1871, to all the principal foreign coantilea. bikI also tbe
totals for the last wiwk, and ainco January 1. Tli« laat two line*
show total value*, including tho value of all otlier articles beiidet
those mentioned In the table.

tho exports of

There

SOS

.

,

Auk

14
li I
5£

:

i

i

:g85F- iliSiS

-M

ilgli'-SS|a««|i
K

:

'

SI

m

1.

19,199
9J,'.<il

15,700
17,818
78,947
44,062
42,867
85.695
!»,256
279,189
10,3:0
8,843
6,000
146,100

-*tsf

.-.3

S8,iil5

5,795
14,000

21.5

.300

SSo

W;5

.Mi,4.'>0

25,8 4
145
4,889
10,600

fo

•TH«Fo25«

•

•

«5

•

I

•"Oto

•

o

•

00

-WOT

r-«

"T^fw

'^'

;

«

og

460

30.480
1,550

595

Rice, E. I
Rice, Caroliua
Gunny Cloth

ba"s.
casts.
hales

8,4.'J0

14.200

bales.

8,1)00

n.Boo
95.260

14,475
76,269

Saltpetre

bags.
bales
bales.

9,*10
5,700
29,800
31,372

ceo

2J

--ff-'M*-»3«S'*'-'--(-

18,5.Vi

Ounny Bags
Unseed

.o«-'C»:S5-0

Ho 8

bags

Jnto and Jnte Bntts
Manila Hemp

^m
>*»o^

*o •«"jf^t--rio .XW03U5 •«7i-irt30S"*'~^3i'*©c»'??-"io
^^ ,-tf,^ o o_?. « «« w S S »j t- -x —
'St-i-xi w---r
i;3'"'*-

LW

115,500

1.5,

2.';,8.-)0

2.5,250

6,100

21)3

11,170

'v^^

Provi.'ions iiave been moderately aclive ai easier prices, but

close with a

somewhat

firmer tone.

The

larj;e

demand

to

huJiness, and at

the market is the inside price.
Beef moving fairly, but stocks are Urge, and pricas favor
buyers.
Butter is si lling freely ; all grades of Western and
Ohio are wanted for export and home u~e; the finer grades
of S;ate are in rrquest for consumption and to ship South.
Cheese has been taken very freely lor export, mostly at 10@
the

:

hS

£:

was done

Oi

-

K9»

9

•

«=*•

•

10^@llic.

for

for a direct port at Ss.

:SS

•

is

•

go

Oh
:Sg5

:

:§

o

.§

:

;

:S

*

:

-H

S

gf

i :ig

ns

i

ig

!=

igpgSIl ill

:

:

:

:

.S

:

:S :S3? :3

»'

;

atf

.0

t--

:

P.

;|liisii ii?i§§ IS

i
jfs'

la

:SS

:

tS-'

•*«f

S

s'

:| :Si

i

''

.8|S
3'

:

:S

?'

si

:8S

:5

Kg

S

IS

prime

for export.
Whiskey
cloverseed sold for export at
Calcutta linseed sold to arrive

and new.
at ils2 27i, gold, per 50 )<ounds.
Petroleum has revived considerably, and closes at 24|@
2 4|c. for refined for all this month, and J4c. for refined.
Naptha has sold mora freely at lOe. Naval stores have bem
more active; Wilmington tar quoted lower at $3 25; spirits
turpentine, 61@61|c., and strained rosin $3 15@|i3 26.
for old

O o rf oo -^
I- so
Ke

I:

Spanish tobacco has been more active, and the
sales foot up 1,300 bales,
llavana at Ooc.®*! 05.
Meials have si own no new feature, with the exception of
copper, which has sold at some decline; lake eold at 221@
23^11., cash and for forward delivery.
Wool has been quiet and prices unchanged. Tallow has

Some

s3

ii.

20@55c.

9i@9|o.

'

»j^

fine do., 10^@13|o.
Sed leaf has been quiet; sales
include 109 cases Oiiio, 100 do. Pennsylvania, and 63 do.
Western, on private terms; 200 cases sundries in the range of

at

an

0004

to

sold largely

s2

CC3'

•K^!?

Tobacco has thown activity and buoyancy for Kentucky
leaf during the past week; the sales amount to 2,000 hhds.,
mos ly 'or export. Prices are J@lc. higher, and we quote
lugs at V4@a^; common and medium leaf, SiOiOJc; good

advanced to 93j@94c.

««

©r

'

1

i.

ve.=-sel

'

-^

*ao
o
f^y

lid. by steam, the Glasgow s'.eamer filling up at the latter
rate.
Several vessels, some of them large shios, have been
chartered at 7s. 6d. to direct ports and 8s. to Cork for orders.
a large

'

-OS
>

close

101c. for prime factories, but there is some dispo-ition to
ho d for higher prices, as it is reported thai the production is
to be reduced considerably.
Freights are firmer; there has been an active shipment of
wheat both to Great Britain and the Continent. Hates to
leading ports have advanced to 10@10id. by sail and 10|^@

To day

:S
iiliS

go

out of the raasket begins to Iv (elt, alihoiioh su|)p'ies are still
Mess pork closes at ^13 37^@§13 50; prime mess is
large.
nearly nominal at $! 1.
Bacon has been stimulatKl some
what by an advance abroid, and city ice-cuied cuts clo,-e at
81@9c. Cut meats have a better demand from the S)uth,
and close lirm. Lard has declined to 9i@9ir''- fur piime
new and old, on the spot, but these prices led to a large

»*

n «

c5

«

^ Jfes-y««

il
:

it

i

CSvunns

00

r

-*—

.3

:S»

(BOO

C is

THE

310

since Jauiiary 1, Ib^l, aud tor the
at this port for the last week,
correspondinir period in 1870
^
*v
i
ja ji
otherwise epecifled.]
[The quautlty is given in packaj^es when not
tbe

1870.

40t

41,108
349,913
23.l»l

1,5

plate

11.129
6.3SI
3.721

Steel
Tin, boxes

74,919

42.;:B

Coal, tons

4,519
l.-.-Sl

Colfee, baira
(Jotton i)aic8....

2.;1,4I8'

7,(«

2.>i

Cjcou, bags

17,0;2

Tin slaOs,
Kaga

001,3. ;1 Sni^ar,

7;ib,7.i9

3,5SS

lit5

7,1

&

17;

321!

Ulea powders.

sn

BriinHtoiie, tons

Cochineal

2.30>|

6,1M

149

13,875

Ouiu, Arahlc.

3,156
5,062
1.909
as7

Indigo

Madder
OilH, eflsontial.
Oil, Olive

2,815
4.573

77,7

5t'

—

3,219
59,924
5,0Sa

Nnts

4,61

6,220
4.200
82,791

Oransjes
Kalsilis

undressed

4.015 tildes
70,40 Ul^-e

94,727
175.649
193,569

511,7)1
600,391
791,689
1.557 1 12S.191
901,260
381,5.88
8 238
15,S77
540,4.32
553,171
381,009 S,26-.,lll 0,30.1,4.55
6«3.66.'
428,9,58
3,752

&c—

13

32,(

tilnger

245

57,.t2S

175 504
21.343

41'6

27,

21,205
4.013

Popper

3.128
11,573

117,759
158,034

226,809

15,205

215,939
8J,691

931

2,457

....

3.573

1211
;i5'

,

Linseed
Holassfs

ui)land8.
in many

73,682
67,:e6
l,492,9li;
746,91
204,402
252.:70

526

1

Cork

12.,ii01

January

!.54,270

85,41.
44.83'
211,56"
94,89'

!9S,0'0
3,l,li.SS

.,

Mahosrant'

t*ra(liice

Ui>iae.><tlc

370,349

Kiistlc .-.,..

Logwood

34",9*1
120,726!

562,112

2,7rJ'

Saltpetre
Witoila—

2,c;i|
S59,

.0,33

18,509

1.5 7

C-iSsla

for Mie

Week aud

since

1.

receipts of domoatic produce for the week and since Jan. 1
same titue in 1870. have been as follows

The

for the

:

This

This
Since Hame
week. Jan.l. time '70

Since

week. Jan.
Ashes. ..pkLiS.

106

time

1.

1,355

';0.

pkgs

Oil cake,

5,5'H

29,30S
6,101

ail

on. lard

2.'0

7S,0C1 2,:93,133 2.327.047 Peanuts, bags.. .
.bbl8.
Wheat .bus. l,061,:O-ni,398.2:loll2,329,7i9; Provisions—
Corn.
;,227,19:19,1!6,9 2 5,3«,613i
Mutter, pkgB....

Flour
Oats

59S,>«.
62,311
S;.Uii

Kye

i,tioi;

7::4,2 7

19.6.56

77.115
2(W,550
87, 171

6.9 6
4-.0

101,298

62,106

Beef, pkgs

93,31

177,4.3;

l'i6,514

;50,o.'rf>

Lard, pkgs
Lard, kegs

4,:io;

641,29'

413.133
2.209

hemp. .bales.
No.
Hides
Hops... bales.
Leather .sides

291(197

857.059

816

Kggs
Pork

501

Cotton.

S92,«6

15

Cutineat-t

2,061

Beans
Peas

C laeal-bbl;*
bale^.

9-.'.

6,1,5 ,7

Cheese

5,731,260, 4, 177,^18;
l6.,;»^
3!l,233;
7H,4T! l,li9,691
1 12,884
30,927

31

2,11.58

301,120
83.511
70,435 3,26 1,380
15,587

!,3M

Molasaeabbls.
Mava: stores-

41,753

Pitch

2 276,«-.

3«"i,BI

40,4

.

3'<3

19
ICS

7,7119

61

5.211

Tobacco, iihd^ ...
Whiskey, bills. .,
Wool, biles
Dressed lioga .No

3.,:: 7

79.3:1,1

l.l-il

1(19,056

1,022

97.-".it:

ai.iM

i,o.iol

516;

;,69

1.4:i8

Savannah
Texas

516

(Vedncsday

1

North (Carolina

sales and prices
For Scptctiiber,
ct3.

ball's.
llKt

short delivery

1.4O0
l,OUl

....17ji;

18
IS 1-16

81:0

18X
18 3-16

18«
18 5-16

18 7-16
18>^
13 9-16
1SJ4

Total receipts
Increase this year..

7,579
711

I

U>i

I

.

....

export,9 for the week ending this evening reach a total of
12,853 bales, of which 12,853 were to Great Britain, none to France,
and none to rest of the Continent, while the stocks as made
up this evening, are now 99,040 bales.
Below we give the exports and stocks for the week, and also for the corresponding week
of last season, as telegraphed to us from the various ports to-night.
Total this

New

1..

G.Brit

Contint

«<=»"•

1870.

15S,®

1871,

25.512
5,505
0,413
3,215

Charleston....

Bavanuah
I'exa

I9,;196

10,013
1,218
2.833

10.49.1

Vork...

6,893

Total
TotBl alnce Bept.

From

1

. .

6.893

1,017

Other port*.

1,017

12,853
2.376,769

the foregoing statement

12.853
3.164.765

it

(S....

18

...

a....

19

181.,

13....

19X(8.

n\»....

u

194t(a).

(S,.

16

(j

18^1,(3). ...

19H®.

i7ii;(8>....

15X(3i....

K\l»....

::,009

17K(5>....

lS»i(4...

I9il,(*.,

i7;'i.i!ii...

1,;.33

3.171

l'<>^(gl....

19Xt<l..

bales.
1.500
3,400
9(«l

3,400
1,000
100
4.a)0
3,000
100
4.800
2.3UI
1,900

ct8.
18 5-16

18X

6U>

Sept.

eta.

1,209

^SH

400

18 11-16

18 7-16

2,500

18S

500
100
100

18 9-16
18 19-32
1SJ6
18 11-16
18 2:!-SJ

\S\
18 13-16

18«
19

35,200 total Octob'r.

18
18 1-16

For January,
l'^

60O
400
SOO
StW
800

lb

IS%
19

10,800 total

Nov'r.

For December.
200
400
4«)
200

18)i

M6

18 13-16

13X
19

2,800 total Jan.

18

400

18X
516
I8K

18 7-16

3(HI

18 9-16

:8M

For February.
\SH

100
100
lOO
100

18;*

isx
19

400total Feb'y.

For March.

1,600

16K

\SH

20.1

18 11-16

100

18 8-16

2,1X10

1,300

18J4
18 5-16

ll«

I8X
18%

4UI
500

•200

19

2l*)

8,000 total Dcc'r.

1,-200

600
70.)

300

IS 7-16

18 3-16

1,200

18>i

40)

19

18>^

1,900

18«

19K
19M

18%

18H

600

,

18,-„

18

•200

100

F'or October.
18
1,500
18 1-33
100

ISi,

101)

1316

1,00

22,500 total

cts.

bales.
SOj

li\
18

3
1,700

For November.
200

bales.

18X

18 9-16

1,400
2,400

18

total

March.

The following exchanges have been made during the week
Octobe

,

:

even.

Weatiieu Kbports by Telegraph.
Orleaaa.

22

I.IOO Septentber lor 1,100 November, even.
1-16C. paid to exeliange 200 Septetnlier lor •200 November.
Xc. paid to cxcliattge ItiO September for lOO October.

Same w'k

HobUe

New

®....

TOO 'epteinber for 700

K.X ported tO'

Week ending Sept.

18JS

6,563

The

Toxa....

18 13-16

500

I

Virginia

I61{
1,2021

330

•2lK@....

free on board)
For forwai-ii delivery tbe sales (including
have reached during the week 80,900 bales (all low middling or on
the basis of low middling), and the f jllowing is a statement of the

50.J

bales.
179
889

@....
®....

M iddiiug.

Ordinary.

!5X(j»....

'

1,900
1,000
4,200
1,800
3,900
1,500

Kec'd this week alFloiida

21X@....

15:^®....

1

I

I'liursdiiy

Friday

2,'200

l,86ii'

l,56:i

Tennessee, ftc

21Hia...

376

I

1,600

BttOmPTS

518

19

20

l.;!30
4'22

1

I'uesduy

1871.

1,

175,(9
19i<(&....

'7'"j'!fr. ...

KX&...
19*®...

,

sales.

making the

2,181

:6Hi5-...

.6)is,...
171,(9...

(7,,.

17?«8i.

1110

Orleans....

Texas.

16H<*.---

16

19>il3>
21 !4®.,

Monday

;

Mobile
Charleston

New
Orleans.

iUK

Saturday

total receipts since the first of
September 1870, 4,009,,')03 bales against 3,907,9119 ))ah's for tlie same
period of 1809-70, allowing an increase since September 1 this year
of 1,101,59:3 bales. The details of the receipts for this week (as per
tttlegraph) and the corresponding week of 1870 are as follows

New

106,909

:

2,19!

1870.

619,321 3151,912 1239,187

Below we trive the total sales of cotton and price of Uplands at
this market each day of the past week
Low
Total
Good
Ordinary.

Uy special telegrams received by us to-night from the
Southern ports, we are in possession of the returns showing the
receipts, exports, &c., of cotton for the week ending this evening
Sept. 1.
From the figures thus obtained it ap)>ears that the
total receipts for the seven days have reached 7,r)7!l bales against
7,8-14 bales last week, 7,030 bales the previous week, and 1),4.)4

1871.

lb.

Qood Middling.

65,4 ;6

5-.1

I

per

MiadiinK

116 45!
57.502
1)1.110
95,301

BIOUIPTS

936
11,000

;

Low M Idd

las

12

robai'co. pkgs...

Friday, P. M., gept.

Kec'd this week at—

17,190
138,675

91,301
335,373

6,310
43.225

here and at Liverpool. A short supply is, therefore, counted upon,
and with the present consumption the upward movement in piices
Liverpool has
was only a legitimate and necessary consequence.
advanced during tlie week about ^d. for middling uplands, with
the week's Sales for consumption at 83,000 bales, and for export
11,000 bales.
It is claimed, however, by many, that foreign spinners are accumulating unusually large stocks, and that they must
This idea is based upon the
soon withdraw from the market.
current estimates of consumption (58.0(X) bales weekly) as given by
the leading Liverpool circulars.
If those figures are correct the
Manchester spinners now hold 207,000 bales stock but if their
consumption is in excess of the above weekly total, as wo have
claimed, then the .stock is less to just the same amount. So long,
therefore, as the sales for consumption and export at Liverpool
remain at the present large figure, there will be a belisf in an
forward
For
enlarged consumption and a short supply.
delivery the iiiovt^ment has been fairly active, with about
Low
the
same Uticluatious as for cotton on the spot.
middling closed at 18|c. for September, 18Jc. for October, 18|c. for
The total
November, 18^0. for December, and 19c. for January.
sales of this description for the week are 80,900 bales, including
free on board.
For immediate delivery the total sales foot
up this week 9.441 bales, including 4,115 for export, 3,403 for consumption, 413 for speculation, antl 1,450 in transit. Of the above
583 bales were to arrive.
The following are the closing quotations

Ordinary
Good Oidinary

COTTON.

bales three weeks since,

r.T75

"to

Fioilda.

•SM)

Tallow, pk;;«....

5,63!

lij

268.599
73.44;

-;-

Upland and

13,;!S4

IS.i.'W

6,(^7
6,365

28.R81
2,658
2.703
3.966
9.121
40,963

m.s41

Humors that the crop has been greatly damaged of late
ways have been current, and have found believers both

51,6.30

43,V.i;

610

1S11T4
18:,5!3
14,41.

7'A"i2

237.917
54,857

360,332 1297.593
42,154 286,912
40,506 r.5,650
105,433 463,481
28.369 213,i'22
55,337

19,013

105

119,171

5,310
26,035
2363,916

1001 ,9-23

si.im

M,85i

4:9

44 961
375.0T2

15 16;

181

KoHin

5,489

A5.674
167.337

71

iugar, hlids., &'.

12,3J1

3«l

1,3:11

Cr, tiirp.bri'.
Spirits turp.

1,208
154,4 i9

:".

736
10.113

i

1

S,l«)6

Rice, pkgs

273,1'JO
30 591
1,6S3,1!0|

59.i:bi
;: 7o:
I0.2;8

43,510

244,628
135.831
22.681
58.933
202.3K!
67,103

S18.9R9
244,758
135.144
350.546
179.916
604,018

69,747
2901.041 1474,695 346,450 357.772 2178,917 916,711
ya- ....
The market the past week has continued quiet, but prices, under
the influence of tlie same causes operating last week, have further
improved, and the close to-day was firm at 19§c. for middling

39,930

:,.S:i9

llrlBtles

Hides, drt'ssed,
(ndla rubber
Ivory
Jewelery, Ac-

Total thlsyear

« 16,736 1,217,870 19."6,937

Spices,

Rtjeipts ot

11.3,560

13i,9S0
50,043

2,4>l

Stock.

Britain France For'gn Total. Ports.

Tot«i last

l,(e3

.VrtlelesreportM

3.114

&c—

Jewelry
Watches

2,5"3

30,351 I«'rults,
Lemons
23.607

35,-(91

29,991
9,090

sail

535,000
767 .a^
27.315

Ac-

36:>

*

764.709
821,711

480,; 97

311.241
i'0,'08
12.663
92.055
S41.619
75,559

Florida
NoitbOiirollna
Virginia
Other ports

by value—

rf

35(1

ail

726.9:15

357,161

2,»9.-i

.

24131 Corks
1.0 .'2 Faitcy goods...
W.5r Fish

1246

Soda, bl-carb..
Soda, sal
Boda, asli
Flax
Kura
(}anny cloth
Hair
H'^mp, biUes.,,.

and

Champag'e.bks
Wines

l,S0i|
2561 Cljcars

311.91

Opium

360,389

35,K9I
2,745

Wool, bales.

1413,214 1140,993
400.114 303,.^56
317.955 244,551

Texas
New Vork

Wines, ifcc—

:W;

(iums.e.rude...

.'3

31,3r2
697

Tea
Tobacco
5,1127, Waale

7.26
2,064

1,(10

Tartar.

tianibier

Orleans
Mobile

Cliarlestou

boxes*

bags

10,291
12.346
12,793

18,140
18,SS«
3S,9S-."

New

5,019
508,6r2
370,-^6

:95,f.57

lllltls, tcti

5,2

ern

Olber

1869.

S,i>31

4,719
3,619
691,765

6.499
152,950
91,396
22.920
694,588
640,031
45,726 3,t)4-,2l2 3,093.473
S.C56
93,3iS
60,907

lbs..

BXPORTXD BINOS 8KPT.1 TO^ North-

RIEOBIPTS

POUTS.

1,093 5.277.421 4,921,155

bbia

StltiarH,

liark, Peruvian.

261
15,v32
12,654

Iron, Kli bars.

32,293

heart, pii^a
Sl>elter

ButtuOd

Hides.

.'47

4„iCl

QlAHAware

5'

time
WTO.

isiO.

HardWHre

10,8^6

4,U1

Cream

1871.

Cutlery

Xartlienware..

Same

Since
Jan.l.

Ac-

Metals,

Cbiaa, OlHsa and
Kartbeuware—
China

iitat4s

For
week.

Saiuc
time

1871.

2,

with the corresponding week of last season, there is an increase in
the exports this week of 4,151 bales, while the stocks to-night are
84,08G bales more than they were at this time a year ago. The
fallowing is our usual table showing the movement of cotton at
We
all the ports from Sept. 1 to Aug. 35, the latest mail dates.
do not include our telegrams to-night, as we cannot insure the
accuracy or obtain the detail necessary by telegraph.

Imports of I^eadlngf Articles.
The foHowinff table, compiled trom Custom House returns,
leading articles of commerce
eliows the foreign imports of certain

For since
.Ian. I,
the
Ib71.
week.

[September

CHUONl(>^LE.

4.89f,

2,30S
25

3" ,815
12,000

18,000
8,000

5,702
2,178.917

99,940

61,359

will be seen that, compare<i

—Our telegrams

to-night

indicate that in certain sections of the cotton Leit the- plant continues in an unfavorable condition, while in others the promise is
still good.
At Galveston it has rained on one day with the ther
mometer averaging for the week 89. Picking is said to be progressing finely.
No reference is made to the unfavorable reports
of the last two weeks, but we have had quite a number of letters
from Texas within a few days, in all of which the writers speak
of the material injury the crop has sufliered. At New Orleans the

THE CHRONIOLK.

Septembers, 1871.]

It hns rolnei) on
[''roni
interior nr« ronflnain;;.
bail, tlio tlrniiiftit nml
Mnhilo it IH Htftti'il tlint croii iirrountu are
riMliidii;; tim
otpi-clnlioim ol
ruMt coiitlniiiiii; to opi'riitii in
plaiitoro.
At Si^lnin it liaH l>i'<>n wiirni nuil ilrv nil llio wi>i<k, llii-

woatliur

two

rontinuntl

liftM

cluyH,

and

ri<p<>rtii

warm,

from

New York, and their direction for e»ch of
four weoks; also tho tolol «x|iorti* and dlro<ilon since
September I, 1870; and in the last column the total fur the wuuo
perioil of the previouB year

oxportoof cotton from

lultrjr dnil wet.

tlin Inxt

tlu<

;

j

BxporlaolOotloiKbBlea) from

tlieriuoniclt'r nvrru^'lnt; 8S, lint our corr((i<|ion>u'nl xpcakx ol tlio
crop vi-ry iliscournginjrl.v. nnil in nlnin»t tlie vrry tornm uhimI
above »-itU ri'Kivnl to Moliilo. Kroni Monijfonn-ry <iiir rcjMirt \n
nioru lioptilul, tlion/^li brii't', tlirrnioniotor lor tlio wvfk avi'rnKii>K
8'i.

At

Miii'on,

Culiiiuliu-i

'I'lm rfccipts

uncliaii;ji'<l.

ami
of

Siiviiniuili

new

crop iicninutH

1, tliis

;

Memphis.

None

of our correspondents refer to the appearance of the cater
week, and hence we conclude that uo material damage
las been done by them as yet.
this

Weekly Ueceipts Duuino 1870-71.— We have received from
Mr. B. F. Voorhees, Superintendent of the New York Cotton
Exchange, a tabular Htaliiiient of the weekly receipts at the ports
during the past year, li will be very useful lor reference duriu),?
the coming; season.
Crop Hkpoht. — Our

crop report for the year ending Sept. 1,
1371, will be ready iti a few days, and will be issued in circular
form. Any firms desiring copies, with or without their cards

have them furnished on the usual terms.
Baos, B.\ooino, &o.— The market is quiet, and we have
no business to report in considerable lots since our last the leelinjr anions holders, however, is very strong, which is caused by
the falling otT in shipments from the other side, and a good
anticipated fall demand, which anticipations are founded on reports
favorable to a large cotton crop. We quote 45-inch native at
n-Jc: Borneo, ISc.; and domestic, 18c. Gunny Bags were entirely
nominal
there have lieen no sales for a long time, and the
general impression is that our price could not be shaded.
quote 4-W< at 1 Uc. Manila Hemp has lieen quiet but very finn,
a.1 the stock is exceedingly small, only r),.'50O bales, against l!l,87'.3
bales last year, this time. We quote at 13c., gold. In other kinds
we note the sale of 1,1110 bales Sisal, on private terms. Jute is
steady, with a light trade doing sales of 350 bales at 5|c., gold.
Jute Butts have, at the close, met with a fair demand for small
lots, and we notice sales ol 300 bales, to arrive, at SJc, and 300
bales, on spot, at 3jc., both currency.
MovESiK.NTs OP Cotton at the Intekior Ports. Below we
give the movemeiKs of cotton at the interior ports receipts and
shipments for the veek, and stock to-night and for the corresponding we«k of 1870
inserted, can
Gu.N'.NV

;

;

We

WBIK niDDia

—

,

-Week ciulhii;

Sept. 1, 1871.-, ^Week ending Sept. t, 1870. -~
Kaceiptn. Shipiiiouis Stock. Receipts. Sliipineiits. Stock

A.ugasta

Columbus
Macou.. ......

200
32
47
07

1,780

2,5.W
1,574
1,739
1,575

Selma

111

149
233
245
133

Memphis

7(i8

1,934

2,176

Nashville

243

233

5.'i0

Montgomery...

1,467

4,707,

563

10,720

540
281
273
198
08

594
200
2,154

1,444
1,573
2,201
1,575
1,310
4,334
2.191

1,340

508
873

%1
248
417
999
5,345

14,038

The above totals show that the mterior stocks have decreased during tlie week 3,194 bales, and are to-night 3,902 bales li's» than at
the same period last year. The receipts have also been 087 oales
less than the

same week

la»t year.

ViaiBi.K SuHi'LY OK CoTTON.— The following table shows the
quantity of cotton in sight at this date of each of the two past
seasons:
1871.
1870.
Stock in Liverpool
bales. 561,000
494.000
Stock in London
82,934
25,03:;
Stock in Glasgow
2,500
3,000
Stock in Havre
89,500
151,990
Stock in Marseilles
23,289
13,000
Stock in Bremen
53,750
-30.977
Stock rest of Continent
50,000
.S0,000
Afloat lor Great Britain (American)
67.000
36,000
Vttoat for France (American and Brazil). .
13,98:}
23,:W2
Afloat for

Bremen (American)

Total Indian Cotton afloat for Europe*
Stiwk in Uiiite<l States ports
Stock in inland towns

Total
•This iU-m Imluaiw

3,450
647,792
9.»,040

luiliii

cotton aBoat for Uarope, and also

afloat for Liverpool other ttkau .\iiierican.

64,355
14,028

10,720
1,704,964

ull

49:1,446

1

,360,741

all

cotton

These flgures Indicate an increase in the cotton in sight to-night
of 344.333 bales compared with the same date of 1870.
Tho exports of cotton this week from New York show an increase since last week, the total reaching 8,031 bales, against
Below we give our table showing the
7,101 bales last week.

Total

Adc

A nit

Ani

Uma

data.

ff-

IV.

a.ms

M9I

7,101

8,U1

9.083

S,4»l

7,101

H,8SI

ft.

LlvcrpiMiI
Oilier llrltlsh

Same

to

Aug.

PurU

MI,M«
i,wr

lt,lW

Total to Ol. Britain

SM,74«

llnvre
OtIiiT Frenrli (Kirtn.

MO

ft,7m

17,7S4

Total French..

aoo

S,3«5

17,737

n

Bremen and Hanover

M.SM

86,773

lUinhiirjr
Otlior portH

t,wn

l»,Mt

11,106

»,S78

Total to N. Europ«,

ca.in

61,4m

Spal II (>|K)rt<)& Gibraltar Ac
All

S,4)!3

708

i>tlieri»

Total Spain, Ac.

1,446

S,86

Orand Total

3,mH

i.iym

7,101

I

t,44«

«B,7S0

ti,t|!l!

408.4M

Tlie following are the receipts ot cotton at New York, Boston,
Philadelphia and Baltimore for the last week,and since Sept. 1,1870-

BtOnVTB VBOM-

Ncw

Orleans..

Texas
Savannah
Mobile
Florida

Sonth Corolina
North Oarotiuii
Virginia

Northern Port«.
Tennessee, Ac.
Forelffn

Total this year!
Total last year..

96,836

1,150 i:B,!B9

5,ifA

—

SiripptNO News. The exports of cotton from the United States
the past week, as per latest mail returns, have reached 17,263
bales.
Solar as the Southern ports are cjince mod, these are the
same exports reported by telegraph, and publislunl in TiiRClinoNlast Friday, except Galveston, and the figures for that port
ici.E
With regard to New York;
are the exports for two weeks back.
we includ? the manifests up to last Saturday night
Total bales.
llalv,
New York — To Liverpool, per steamers Wyoming, l.fi'5
:

;

—

New York •Inee •pt.l,ia70

tXIYlKTED TO

ri-Nialu

cotton up to Scptciuiirr

year, at Macon, liavu bi<i-n 'JO bali-H airninxl lITi ball's la^l
TIiih wouIiI appi-ar to inilictilo that our corrcHpotidcnt wax
yoar.
Tight in Httttin;; tliat tlio crop in lliat vicinity was l:it<' iIuh year,
and that the receipt of tlio lirMl Imb'H \VU8 no inilirntion ol llio
It Iihh raineil on two ilay.-< at
avera^fii nmlnrily of tlic plant.
t'obunbns anil tliri'o ilaVH at Macon, anil tlirci' ilavs at Savannah.
At Charleston it has been warm and dry dnrint; tho wcbU, but
our correspondent Mtatcs that the reports from the crop are less
favorable.
At Memphis there has been no cuaii^e in the condition of the plant.
The weather has been warm and dry and
every way favorable for ita rapid development but at Nasliville
onr corr(»|iondent lor almost the lirst lime this season s|>eaks of
the snrroiiiiilin^s as less satislactory, wiihont, however, s|)ee.ifvin)j
in what particulars.
The '.hermometer has nvera^fed for the
week (11 at Macon, 82 at Columbus, tjl at Charleston, and 78 at

fiillar

311

1.880... City of Bristol, 1,030. ... Abyssinia, 713
.City of BrookI hinn. 'IS.'i
per ships Princeton IXili
lyn, 503.
Donati, 500
.

.

Antarctic,

...

S.

SV'illis,

Lake Leman,

(iT3

Lacy

Waverly, 249

415

—

l.-iS

New Orleans —To Liverpool,

8,031

per barks Chus. An:,'U''te, l,-i9.*i
C'halmeite larrived from Galveston in ilislre-s with I.HIW bales and 8
bags), sailed from New Orleans with 'Wi bales additional
l,£r»9
To Havre, per ship t'alednniii, 3,623
8,t)23
To Bremen, per steamer B^ron Lamberinont, 3
3
3,S51
Texas— To Liverpool, per barks Unicorn, L.'i^i
Brave, WO
Baltimore— To Liverpool, piT ship Annapolis, 150
150
Boston— To Liverpool, per steamer Samaria. 427
427
PiiiLAiiELi'iiiA— To Liverpool, per steamer Kitfl, 309
309
Total

17.2B1

The

particulars of these shipments, a-ranged in our usual lorm
are as follows
Liverpool.
Havre.
Bremen.
Total.

New York
New Orleans

8,631
1,5<H

Texas

i,Stil

S,55I

ISO

150
427
309

Baltimore
Boston
Philadelphia

427
809

Total

Ooi,D,

8,(^1

8

3^623

3

3,623

13,e:iT

ExcuANOE ano

FiiRionTS.

— (iold

f-,l»5

17,263

has Huctnated the

week between l!3i and 113, and the close was 113|. Foreign Exchange market is weak.
The following were the
last quotations
London bankers', long, lOSJdilOO; short. 109^laiOO}, and Commercial, 10Si(.ilOSJ.
Freights closed at id. by
steam and 31 fid. bv nail to Liverpool. Ic. gold by steam and Jc.
by sail to Havre, and 5-1 Od. by steam to Hamburg.
By TEr.KQUAPH krom Liverpool.
Liverpool, Sept. 1— lr30 P. M.— The market has rnled (Irm todsy,
past

;

—

with sales aniountini; to 15,000 bales, inclndin^ 5,0UI> bales for export and
spwulation. The sales of the week have been 121,000 Imles, of which ll.lKiO
bales wert! taken for export and ::l,llOO bales on specliLition.
The stock
in port is .WI.OOO hales, of which 21!t,nii0 liales are Ainerimn.
The stock of
eott4>ii at sea bonnd to this tort is 48S,0U0 hales, of which 67,IXIU bales are
American.
Au" l.S. AnK. 25
Sept 1.
AUR. II.
Total sales
Sales for export
Sales on speeulatlon
Total stock
Stock of American...
Total atloat

American

table will

show

Sat.

©9«

Price Mid. Uplands. 9
Orleans.. 9X®»«

"

Uptoarrive. ...®

llW.OdO
27.l«IO

fi

5,000
643,000
tMo.onu

alloat.

The following

1,100

5,000
9,UO0

6.3.000
fi.ono

.

ll.llllll

nil lino
284,000

5«tll,0<IO

.ioti.ono

SII.OIKI
528,1100
5*.0l)0
.17.0(10
the ilally clo-in:; prices

561. OOU

»4»,auo
488,000
56.000
67.000
of cotton for the week:
47(1, too

Moil
9\,&...

9',M^i

Wed.
«Hi»Vi

9,^.®...

"»?.4«>«

!'A>(»9,s

<ii

Iffi

Tiles

124,000
11.000
31,000

&

Thura.

Fri.

9wa»H
9>ims

»Hi»!".

9

»>•«»»

A...

Trade Ilcport— The market for ranis «ud fabrics at Mucheetcr is qolct bnl irm
European and Ikdian Cotton Markets. In reference to
these markets our correspondent in London, writing under the

—

date of Aug. 19, states:

THE CHRONICLE.

312

following are the prices of middling
last year

10—The

LlvEnroOL Aug.

comparei with those of

qualities of cotton

^Fair *
r*

^Ord.A Mid-^
8eal«l«nd

:;
««

Stained

fair-^
s'd fair

??

f,
^^

^•>

43
88

48
3i

IS

2(i

18

15
15

26

mTiMIo

7!^
7'<

«
8

ff.Orkaus&Texas

7>^

SH

8K

»>.'

M.F
9V

91-^

9,V

9«

'Jh

«.^i

Mid.

9 3-16 ils,9 :J-l'i SiJi
10
9,'i

«'-*•

HV,

»H-

9

Mid. G.Mid. 5I.F.

8^i.

8;,
8»»

G.Mid

The following are the prices of middlings qualities of cotton at
this date and at the corresponding periods in the three previous
years

m

Upland... .in,V

8%

8V.

and

for export

8X

5%

10>^
9V,

b)4

transactions on specula

commencement ol the year the
have been

Since the
tion

8K
7X

13.M-

r.roach
Dhollerah....

Orleans.. 10:^ 14

:

^Actual exp. from
,-

Taken on

77,800

214,570

239,240

429,050

Indian.,

£.

:il.6()0

18,9Sfl

810

422,100

Total..

221,897

528,-378

72.870
20,720
7,740
58,110

1870.
bales.
142,700
48,060
7.900
12,480
447,300

658,430

1870,

bales.
276,969
40.030
8,582
4,782
197,965

bales.
145.360
10.280
4,990

3fl2,96J

W.' Indian.

bales.
67,704
25.393
4,079
4,238
119,983

1871,

1869,
bales.
161,990

1870,

1671,

Actual

Liv., Hull & other exp't from
outports to date^
U.K. in

spec, (o tbis ilfttc-,

bale«.

Brazilian...
Bffvptian .

1871.
d.

1870.

1868. 1869.
d.

Midland
Pernambuco.
Eryptian

22

15

l»?i
iS'i

MobUe....lOX

1871.
d.

1870.
d.

1868. isrfl.
d.

d.
Midland
Sea Island ia

1871.

2,

the principal sales being at $1 30 for good No. 2 spring, $1 40
for prime red winter, $1 4-5 for amber do., and $1 5'3 for choice
white Michigan.
Corn has declined the supply has been in excess of the home
demand speculation has been dormant, and the export demand
held in check by the difficulty of securing freight room, the orders
for wheat being apparently the more pressing.
The receipts of
corn for the remainder of the season are expected to be somewhat
;

;

Ord. G.Ord.L.Mid

Oplaud

,-Same date ]870-^
Mid t'air. Good.

^G'd&fair^

an
~
25

'September

1,S50

reduced, and some holders do not offer their samples at current

Western mixed closes -at 05i@66c., the lower figure ruling.
Rye has sold to a moderate extent at 83c. for cargoes of Western

prices.

shipment to the Continent, but at the close bids are
80c., and buyers rather indifferent at that.
The first
sale of new Iowa barley was made yesterday at 80c. The corresponding sale last season was made at $1 30. Barley malt has
declined. Oats were dull and depressed until yesterday, when
100,000 bushels choice Western were taken on speculation at 47c.;
prices were a little higher to-day, with a fair demand. It is prob-

afloat, for

reduced to

able that the receipts will soon diminish.

The following

are the closing quotations

im

Flour—

Wheat, Sprnig, ... busb.tl
1 35
Superfine
$ bbl. J4 85® 5 55 Bed Winter.
1 37® 1 41
Extra State
5 65® 5 90
Amber do
1441(4 146
Extra Western, comWhite
1 45® 1 55
inon
5 503 5 85
White California
@....
Extra and double extra
Corn, Western Jlix'd,.... 65>4@
t6
Western & St. Louis.
6 00® 8 .50
Yellow Wi stern
»»@ 69
Southern shipp'e extras. 6 00® 6 50
White Western
68® 69
Southern
trade
and
|Rye
80® 90
family brands
7 00® 8 75 Oats
4.3®
60
Rye Flour, super &. extra 4 20® 5 00 [Barley
80® ! CO
Corn Meal, Western and
Malt
1 00® 1 SO
Southern
3 50® 4 00 iPeas, Canada
1 0O@ 1 25
|

Tlie following- statement shows the sales and imports of cotton
land on Thursday
(or the week and year, and also the stocks on
'.

;

evening

last:

SALES, ETC., OF ALL DESCBIPTION9
Total
Sales this week.
Same
this
period
Ex- Speculation. Total.
year.
1870.
Trade. port.
'
' ~
?,9I0 41,300 l,681,m0 1, ,087,630
2,38)
AmcricAn., bales. 31, 010
420
90
6.980
301,770 229,050
6,470
Brazilian
60
154,010
95.220
180
3,090
2,930
K?yptian
190
2,110
70,510
29,320
West Indian, &c. 1,920
59.1
3,130
11,100
550,600 618,370
7.33J
Bast Indian
,

,

49.660

Total

5,8)0

9,170

Average
weekly sales.
1871.

1870.

41,010
5,420

8,820

3,550
640
11,090

61,660 2,76:i,S20 2,078,710 61,500

49,560

The movement

28,700

4,6:)0

|

1,620

To
This
week.

To

For the

Brazilian
E'»j'ptian

W.

Indian, &c.
East Indian..

Dec.

1870.

18

309,800

246,200
78,<;60

109,
28,

34,910

.39.

is

Rye.
Barley,&c
Oats

48,460
26,180
97,450

19,a.'i0

20.

149,630

180,

in sight

59(;,200

528,9.':0

378,720

RECEITTS AT LAKE AND niTER POnT.S FOR THE

389,741

421,207

287 2,732,504 2,024,381

3,252,282

New

and the movement

:

1869,
bales.

Imports, ,Ianuary

to Au2:

1

Djliverics
Stock?! An3. 17

17

1870,
bales.

15.5,986
2(i9,026

'..

1871.

bales.
159,198
144,08b

83,6;39
83.6;39

180,860
25,023

28,151

8!,9.34

BREADSTUFFS.
Fbidat

The markets

September

1,

1871.

and grain have been unsettled during the
depressed under adverse foreign advices and

rates of ocean freights.

Ai'ousT 26, 1871
Flour, Wheat.
Corn.
bbU.
bush.
bush.

remarkable, but the limited supply of frtight room has held the
shipping demand in check. The local trade has been very good,
and some of the favorite brands from old wheat have become
very scarce, causing some irregularity in prices. The lower
grades are more plenty and lower. Rye flour has been

quite

demand.
at

|5 50@|3

G.5

;

Western extra seconds, from winter wheat sold
for good lines of extra State, $.5
70 bid and

$5 80 asked.

Wheat has

arrived

more

)

2.5,470

.509,165

6,184
27,628
24,115
5,550*
43,633

229,489

Toledo
Detroit
Cleveland

Louis
Duluth
St.

3,.5O0*

Totals
Previous week
Correspond'g week,

136,110
135,288
109,915
'69.
96,331
'70,

444,,'J05

236,072
61.900
261.804

13.679

9

WEEK ENDING

Oats.
bush.

Barley. Ryf,
bush. bust.

(56 lbs.) (32 lb..) (ts 11)9 )
1,227,2.54
6a3,2(;9 168,290
29,703
48,806
6.3,161
118,429
223.8:14
2,513
3.5,821
9,486
1,502

700
.39,705

47,150
75,241

(rfi I'-f.

109,583
22,567
3,460

29,146

6,156

264.612

141.766
116,867

1,.381

1,747,316
1,348,180
1,303,612

1,56.3,764
'68. 14.5,783 1,151,883
'07. 132,813 1,428,049

1,12.5,277 l,0»l,4il
1,293,:!30 1,013.442
530,.523
977,740
439,459
1,211, .553
1,201,485 1,302,9,52

1,071,923 1,052,279

ll«,8<)9

220 464
83 2.31
125,725
116,471

.56,924

37 507

HW.O
106,880

Comparative Aggregate Receipts
same ports from Jan.

1 to

August
1871.
3,140,656

Wheat, bush

of Flour end Grain at the
26, inclusive, for four years.

.

25.135,697
39,141.313

1870.
3,291,197

13,5'J.3,477

Corn, bush
Oats, bush
Barley, bush

87,707.488
20,977,409
11,772,649

1,447,896

804,419

80,595,755

Total grain, bush

I,.397,284

1,287,-372

Rye, bush

62,639,249

1869.
2,613,099

1868.
2,347,427

26,696,08;i

14,791,571
26,184,897
10,739,860
651,758
725,028

21,938,231
9,0.56,4.59

614.0.W
741, o;2
59,043,875

63,04;),713

Shipments of Flour and Grain from Chicago, Milwaukee
Toledo, St. Louis, Cleveland and Duluth for the week endirc
26, 1871
Barlej-,
Com,
Oats,
Rye.
Flonr, Wheat,
bush.
bills.
bush.
hush
bush.
bush.

home use, and corn meal has met with a moderate August
To day, with dull accounts from Liverpool, prices
fell

off 10c. per bbl.

(BO lbs

Milwaukee

Floor, bbls

The receipts of flour have been rather more liberal, including
some lines of shipping extras, whose scarcity has been quite

active for

180

• Estimated,

for flour

past week, and close

high

p. M.,

293,115
65,7*1

of Ureadstuffs to the latest mail dates

Chicago

trade closed with a firm appear
ance, and the decline which took place in |)rices in the early part
of the week has been fully recovered. The following are the particulars of imports, deliveries and stocks

52,648

S 1,465

The CuitONici.E by Mr. E.
York Produce Exchange, show the Orain

(196 lhp.1

— The

1,229,141

68.5

aw. 360 11,490,932

tables, prepared for

H. Walker, of the

16 per cent, against 28 per cent.
19.

,

Since
Jan. 1.

56,584

.
78,061 2,198,133 2,327,047
23.702 1,156.989
1.36,514
2,064
1,710
;.')0,05B
85,596
1,064,102 11,.398,2;J0 12,329,749 469.,595 11,897,827
'
1,227,492 18,41 1,972 5,.393,6t3 364,070
7,4.56,614
'
62,.30i
16.5.71W
321,2:M
12,5,910
31 ,6<W
''
32,149
713,477
1.149,691
81,896
'
596,855 5,731260 4,477,848
l,-..50
17,617

The following

1870.

week.

1.

1M,310

191,737
84.720
902,139

London, Angust

.Tan.

NEW TORK.-

.

For the

Flour, bbls
"
C. meal,

Of the present stock of cotton in Liverpool nearly ryi per cent is
American against 40 .'iO per cent last year. Of Indian cotton the
proportion

week.

,

Since

390,,5(>4

38 188

r

date

day.

1871.

,

For the

1870.
1,P»5,991

.59,118

2.922
1,214

.

This

Tol.ll.

Same

,

market has been as followB
-EXrORTS FROM

YORK.-

Since time Jan.
Jan. 1.
1. 1870.

week.

Corn,

Same

this

date

1871.
1870.
!,762 1,814,420 1,180,1,55
2.56,895
812
300,181
.558
166,857
101, .580

American

-Total....

this

dale

-Stocks..

NEW

1871.

.

Wheat, bn
-Imports.

in breadstuffs at this

-RKCErrTS AT

5,.380

Week ending Aug.
rteekerding Aug.

:

817,876 1,498,8.36
86, '71.122,921
862,854 1,386,212
19, 71. 92,554
'70. 88,214 1,017,451
729,231

•WcekendingAug.27,
*WeekendingAug.28,

'69.

56,031 1,071,170

901,06J

563,705
741,3.32

743,895
188,323

109.038
75,584
130,713
8,150

.55,823

111,901
81,089
6,295

and although these supplies
St. Louis and Duluth not included.
have been met by an increased export demand, prices have
not
Comparative Shipments from the same ports from Jan. 1 to
been fully sustained. There has been a pressure to sell in the August 26, inclusive, for three years.
past few days, owing to a decline in Liverpool and increased
1871.*
1808
1870.
1869.
Flolubbls.
2,585,526
2,428,863
3,001,187
receipts at the Western markets, and prices have given
way
Wheat
bash. 80,100,337
20.178,840
5@7c. per bush. There being an end to the speculative "
21,451,290
corner" Corn
31,477,214
13,966.826
14,8-36.615
at Chicago, the supplies at Western markets are being
8,220,442
6,.30.3,896
5,443,259
shipped Oats
Barley
664,066
205,875
618,561
eastward with more freedom, but tht quantity nearby
is not
Rye
707,029
580,777
1,009,.3S4
large, «nd receivers are in some hopes of seeing
lower freights
Total
65,169,288
4.3,852,957
41,215,360
..
during the coming week. To-day the market was quite
depressed,
freely,

.

* St, Louis Indnded only.from M8rcli.S4, 1871.

September
RISCElFrH

THE GUEONICLB.

IbTl.

2,

OV runni ANP OUMN at liBA.BOAKO POKTH VOK TItK
WKKK KNUINO APOrsT 2(1, 1S71.
Flmir,
hhi*.
HI,:IM

Iin>h.
HW.'.IIJ

BuMon

m.-en

Corn,
bunh.

Wheal,

Nnw York

At

it.ntfl

....

^.o^o

t.M)

I'hlladelphlA
Billtlmnrv

vn

tKioio

iM,7i.a
ta.ino

mi.TI7

Kil.lOT

TM

WO

iw.HiW
143,710
<«

li:i.K)0

iw.ww

8.T00

S.aoo

;«i.ll«(l

4H..'i(IO

....

3,0(1(1

«^.TW

SaMlHSI

Total

aMnrtmentisfalr. bnlh InqiMllty and qnanllly, and

thnnirta wllllnit to submit to a reasonable ntlvanre they rjiiinot af yet brlnj; their IdMa np (o th«
valuations of owni'rs. The line tiadc la very fair in • general way, but
hardly at live enough as yet to force many literal purchases. Cjrcrnscontlnn
to head the list as to (;fn<'riil tlrniitrsn and conrtdenee on the part of holders
The new crop shows niui h the same style as last year, but ranks rather lowef
The new Japans are, so far a« shown, of very irood grade, mil
tn<|iiallly.
Hnlis of I4,:i74 <lreen», largely new crop Ping Borys
geiiernlly desirable.

(HI.T.W

»I,.1«R
«.(l»i*

Orluan*

Wr.U

hiiiih

l.iluo

J4,i«)
ll.lt*

Portland
Muntrual

Now

Rv«'

bUKli

hiixli.

uMmnt

icww

Bnrh'y,

Oiiln,

W.MW

R'»l.3«

1..)I18.»7?

5,625 Japans, 4.425 UoIoiiks. l,Ulb 8onchon|is.

There have been no
in.lOO
S.HLS
IJ,477

l,in4.4:>H

t,-)!-!,?!)!

313

AUR. 19...IW,(IM ^IIW.^T
mS.IWH
ViiR. 1«. .18ll,l>!ll)

l.H(H,H7:l

7.M..M5

eKM.Ji7

i.Kttnia
1,!I!N,611

!l4.1i,"i<l

x.hm

8I4.1»1(»

l,:inO,<l«.V

4H.7(M

iin|Hirls this wi-ek.

The

receipt* ludlnrtly have

bet*

883 pk;;s. by mil, overland.

ill

\V.
\\

-•.'

.1»I,.MS

1.5.W.«M

3i;t,ii«
Sin.lViO
.")«,»'.

MKH)

The followint: lAUle shows the Imports of Tea Into the IlKlled Htalee (ii»
lucludlns Bui Francisco), from Jaunury 1 Ut date, iu 1K71 and 1-70
mark.
(ireen.fapan.
Total,
1*71
l3,i7.Vl»»
HMl.vn
t'.Mi.satr

V

.iiilini:

.

V\

.

I

i:

Ihl.Wl

TTS.'.ril

l.:i«.OIi.S

3i:,lH4

5I>«1

7,3Sn

I»i0.

ifl!i,69i

mi.im

i,s«i,ta7

aw.w.s

s.aw

i6,4'.ii

iilv •."!... l!»l,M-2

V
\v

1

And

ar.',45s

.>..

\iiK

\V

,^

V

i

1

.

since Jan.

1

.

l..'iO(>.4()8

.W).7I)«

New

(excluding

TH.-VIH
iw.ncxi

n,(IWi

a.7.'>0

3li.'5

Orleans from Jan.

to

1

March

.

n.2J2.4S8

Whoat,

DI>U.

Corn,

bush.

5,918,378

19,37«,0,M

Oatu,
bush.

biii>b.

87,590,918

bu

Visible Supply of Okain, including; stocks

and on laked and on

New Vurk

canals. An;;.

Whrat.

.370,U4

Now York

4n.l.'.7

In store alAlliany
In store atlSullaio

iu store at

in transit

b;

1871

2li,

Curn.
bueh.
2,Tno,*W

bush.

In store at

niivh.

h.

.•)6.'),(IS7

buxhels.. SB-aS^iM

the principal points of accumulation, and the amount
rail

Rye,

Bnrlpy,

lfl,r)3l,(V«

Total Grain

Thk

OtitH.

bush.

Barley,
bush.

S-m.ViS

ai.lHW

«i;,(K)(l

5n.(liK)

r)(,.'>no

2iill,nnn

Inslorcat('hli»KO
In storo at Milwiiukoo
In Ktoreat Pnlulh
•In store at Toledo

«lvi,U58

l,167,ti45
....

.ViOO
'il8,«W

231,48'J

S.'iO.OOO

150,000

In more at Petroit
In store al (>»we(,'0
•In store at St. Louis
In store at Boston
In store at Toronto, Ann. 15
In store at Moutreal, Aug 15
•In Btorenti'jiladelphla
•In store at Baltimore
Amount on New York canals

S03,*(0
ISO.noa

8.5,1100

45,000
13,-ai
15,000

ao,(HXt

m,5iil
213,804

1.5«,I52
S44.0t«)

83,l:!I

3fi,(>.53

17,0f)4

901,000
12,.577

2,(iS0

35:i,7H«
1.5,251

1(>,1W
108,112
80,000
75,000

13,500
85,000
75,000

1,32,690

1,131,7M

62.'»4
751,882

shipments for week
Alloatonlakes

Ilail

26.'71 4,821,719
AufC. 19,'7I 4,4.59,097

tAug.

An^.

.),01l

23,788

l,a50
80,500

5,000

.50,000

80,086
1,418,550

13,806
V.,4 (9
M,.589

7,50B,!I01

2,8:i.1,.51S

457,3.30
3(M,1(I8

7,.540.(iK4

1.8(i2,810

4,n«8,8',l;i

3,7,52,4 lO

.Vi8,n3

8.l58,lti«

l,779,2fi3

221.3.32

8,487.128
7,801,718

l.t).59,272

202,730

1,255,-328

112,t>91

•J7,'70 7,21.),li.32
12, '71 4,.57.5..50.3

Aui;. 5, "71 4,,578,!I00
July 29, '71 4,509,875

"

11,000

3*7,253
931,8l»
331,905

TotalinstoreandlntransltAnc.

"

•

Estimated.
t Boston, Montreal, Baltimore, Philadclphin, and Toronto not included.

Strength and even bnoyancy have been the ruling features of this marked
again, and in many cases sellers have succeeded In establishing a further
improvemeut iu values, thus fully conftrmiug the previous confident tone.
The rates asked and free purchases previously made have tended to induce a
little more caution on the part of jobbers, but still they harvc binighl to a fair
extent, and seemed j^enerally willing to negotiate on any desirable parcel. Tho
distribution in some cases is reported as just the least bit disap|)ointing, bu^
this is accounted for by the fact tiiatthus far the call has been in the main from
near by small dealers and consumers, and that tho more distant interior bnyers
have uotas yet had time to fully comprehend the situation and commence
operations. They are commeucing to show some Interest, however, and with
the inducements otlercd by the recent still further modidaition of freights, a
large business is calculati^d ujiuu during the present month. On Brazils quota.
tioDs are again somewiiat advanced, with the market still iu a very str«>ng condition indeed, even at the higher Sgnres holders seem extremely indilTcrent,
and offer their gcods in a very sparing manner, with some entirely withdrawing
samples for the present, especially of the ordinary styles of which there is
decidedly poor assortment. The demand has nut been qnit<; so brisk as duriug
the two or three weeks preceding, but still good enough to niak(i a very fair
aggregate business, and buyers do not appear to greatly object to ruling rates.
The accumnlatiou along the entire seaboard held by importers is moderate,- and
though onr own local jobbers control a respectable amount, tlie interior supplies are generally reported as much reduced. At tho outporls the business
has been very good and at correspondingly high prices. Java is held at higher
rates, and if anything has done a little better, owing in part to the increased
;

now advanced sulBciently to make Java com Uolders at the best, however, are somewhat Indilfercut, as
the supply is under complete control and the few owners work in unison.
West India styles have sold very well from both first and second hands, and
commanded higher rates, the market showing a good, healthy, and generally,
Sales of 9,546 bags Rio 250 bags Bahia .5,000 bags Mara,
encouraging tone
caibo 2,400 bags Costa Kica ; 300 bags Laguayra 900 bags Jamaica ; 450 bags
Suvaoilla ; 500 bags Malabar.
Imports this week have included 4,150 bags Santos per " Bnm Brne," 7,000
bags Rio per " Verdandl," 4,550 do. do. per " O. Blanchard," 4,462 do. do.
per *'A. Pendergast," .3.8(X) do. do. per " .^Uianz," 3,442 do. do. per "Linus,"
and 3,270 do. do. per "Glimpse." Of other sorts the imports have included
"
2,790 bags Maracsiboper " Spring Bird." and 876 bags Laguayra per "Jenny
The stock of Rio Aug. 31, and the imports since Jan. 1, 1871, are as follows :
cost of other grades which have
paratively cheap.

;

.

;

;

;

GROCERIES.
The market

is

Fkidat Evemino, Sept. 1, 1871.
a strong one, taken as a whole, and most impor-

tant cljanges in prices during
favor.

The leading

and are

in the

hands

a»,7in,M2

7,981.421)

COFFEE.

31, inclusive), 1S71
FVinr,

1^.11*9,6111

The Indirect Importations, IncladinK receipts by Pacific Mall stcamera via
Aspinwall, have bccc 34,175 pkgs. since January 1, aKaiual 18,418 Ust year.

weeli

tlie

have

Ijceu in

soilers'

stocks iiave been brought fairly under|control,
ol

strong operators, who, though not disposed

to look for anything very extravagant, will be likely to insist

upon pretty full figures generally, feeling confident that the
wants of the country will require a good proportion of the assortments available present and prospective. Our local jobbers and
the nearby country dealers have been very fair buyers, and calls
from more distant points, which have before been rather back,
ward, are now commencing to increase somewhat. Financially,
the Trade appear to be in a .sound and healthy condition.
The entries direct tor consumption, and the withdrawals frou
bond, showing together t\i^ total thrown on the lu^ket for the
week, were as loUowa

New
York.

In BaKB.
Stock

Same date

36.761

....

«l,298

1671

Imports
••

2»,i«10

1. 2-0

.S83,w;
3(U.625

I23,.'B2

88,602

143)5

451.-212

413,711

In 1810....

Of other

sorts the stock at

ports since January

1,

1871,
.—

....

New York.
York-,
luiport.
91.r<5

8.376
!,2S)
2,215

Muraciilio
I.siruayra.

31,

Total.
106,935
92,14S

5,000

4(8!9

600
14 0ni

1,035,405

2ll,tiUt

8,}U2

!f;t,44S

....

and the imports at the several

Boston, rhiladrl. Bait. V. one's.
Import, import. Import.

»,<I06

Singapore

Ceylon

Aug.

2,tt»

werea'^ follows:

Vew

stock,

In ImKS.
.lavs niid

fit.

Phila- BaltlNew Savan.A traldelphia. more. Orleans. Mobile, veston.

«,0!6

-.

Domingo

56,412
-iS.HM
.16^31

iniiMtrt.

aO.tWi

•1,962
I.IBO

S5
S2

U,S8«
4,1170

12

other

K;i48

5:,!i78

i.oa)

'.2i

1,811

7,Si9

f-S

Total
Same time, 18m

28.224
49,792

273,466
2IC,6S9

56.982

19,1110

1.811
4,10»

1,774

JS9.13I
281,314

5,452

fje

:

*

Tea, black..

.

Hreea
Japan

8 74* pkgs.

pk^s.
pv^s.

SStfl
4,(00

Varlona

(MO ykijs.

Coffea, Hlo...
.lava
„

n.Tn bags.

Maracaibo..

],aguayra
other
other.'.

Porto Klco
Other

5.311
1.217
4,016

2,587 boicM.

5^

mats

«

ImiMjrts this

b

2.485

ics
tlxes.

Sntiar, Cuba..lU.i>t

Culm

Ilhds
(llher
llhds. tuelude bbls.

The st<Kks in
ports since Jan.

;

New York
1,

3,i>01

stocks

Tea
Tea

and

Rio,

hhds.,

In

tcs.

reduce^

and S.tiUU
and 4,134

five leading

:

yew York

Imports at leadlnK porta
since January

at date

ini.

'lihds'
1.063 Mihcls

and imix>rt8 at the

at late,

1871, are us tollows

lUTO.

IS7I.

1.

ISit

.lb>.

(Indirect Import)

''offee

Rio

Coffee, other

Sugar
Sugar
BUKar
Molaases

36,561630

36,709,564

pkct.

.14,175

4«,41'<

l,n3n.«15

871.445

35»,1.1l

KI3I4

.TIi9.2So

32!>,I28

sn.iw

491,9*9

ba^.
baxa.
boxes.
hhds.

110.-; 90

6l,2<n
49,^92
113 7 4

7616.1

88,53'.

baira.

32S.MS

SK.IIS

lMtl.:B7

SW,»«

bhda.

14.815

26,839

2«U,3«1

271,060

in,oj«

28,24

TKA.
fair busincsB done and ncgotiatious opened on considerbut the consnmmatton Is slow and uncertain, owing to the
extreme views of holders and a strong; disinclination on Ihc part of bnyera to
eobmlt to any higher rates. To make up assortments, etc., teas arc most
certainly wanted in considerable tiuautily, and with this in view Importers
re asking very full prices ; but ou Ihu other hand Jobbers claim that tho

There has been a

able more,

Includes mats,

Ac, reduced to

ttajis.

Denierara

'hhds.

week have included 30,074 bags

of other

b«K».

bags.

tAlsO

9,610 Jiats.

SUGAU.

:*t 'hh
M'lHM'es,t>ul)a
Port Itlco. 1,122 -hlids

'Iilids.

kinds of coffee 2.(526 lK>xes,
bags of sugar, and l,.'j33 hhds. of molasses.

bags

S.i.R,>/, Brazil.
si.,iilta, &e..

b'«B.

I, .13

.

The market

Raws

any very sUrrinK featores, the
volume of business proving comparatively moderate from day to day, and
values fluctuating but slightly. Still, ou the whole, there has been ralhet
more strength shown than last week and valnea arc somewhat increased, tho
advance being most m.irked on the grades ranging upward from good refining,
though fair has also done better, and the ordinary styles were more steady
Im|>orter8, almost with exception, look upon the position of the market as a
strong one and re<iuirlng only time todevelopc a more buoyant tone, tho rather
slow movement at the moment operating against any iiositive claim for much
of an advance. The stocks here cannot by any means be considered as largo
and the additions arc fair, with not much of prospective increase, as tho
princi|>al crops arc marketed, while there is every reason to calculate upon a
for

sHll fails to develop

good distribntion. Refiners have been almost tho only buyers represented,
and were calculating closely on their immediate productive neceaslUcs, hot thoir
wants slowly increase and tho Trade are likely to want a more ample aasortT
ment for the fall distribution, which promises well. Kefloed have sold to
fair extent at somewhat irregular rates, the soft coBTce sugars at one time
standing relatively the highest, bnt the main tendency was in favor of tho
selling interest. The supply ran a little behind the outlet at times, but not
enough to cause any unusual scarcity. The sales of raw for the week
2,198 hhds. Cuba. «5« hhds. Porto Klco, 148 hhds. Oomerara, 30 hhds.
Croix, 650 hhds. Martinique, llHi hhds. Scotch rafinid, 8,981 boxes Havana,
Uelado.
etc., 407 bags Cnracoa, 3,200 bagsBnull, and 30 hhds.

embrace
St.

THE CHRONICLR

314
Imports at New York, and stock In

first

hands, Ang. 31, were as follows

Cubs.

tmports this week
"
since Jan.I
• same time, TO
.

Stock

•lihds.
J,13i

iihti-*.

:v.m

S\ti<t

58,l.i1

2W.I6;

25 ,0'I
203,196

961
3i,k37
82,795

25 6S5

65,514

Id flr»t hands. UO.riO

Same time
••

isra

1

8,7M

41,98J
16,965
e,88»
1,6U3
1,0S9

328.535
505,415
173,888

76,483
88,5|n
119,853

ist.oii

isea

501,411
277,183

Foreign descriptions keep along in abont the same old channel noted from
to week for a long time past. Two or three reflnors are In the market
and occasionally secnre a cargo for positive wants, and this Is about all tha
really gives any indication of life to the position. Grocers do not appear to
want stock beyond a few odds and ends picked up to fill a special order or to
keep a small assortment in store, and they can find some goods adapted to
their wants, available on reasonable terms. The boiling styles are steady but
not firm, and any lengthened negotiation generally ends with the advantage
slightly In the buyer's favor. The common sorts are flat and entirely without
a market value. Domestic stock has worked off to some extent in smal
retail parcels, but there is no general demand, nor can any be forced, and the
position offers little of an encouraging nature at present. For Syrups of high
quality there is a good demand, but the low grades are neglected and nominal.
Sugar Bouse Molasses rather dnll at about 17c. in hhds., and 21c. in bbls.
Sales during week of 475 hhds. Cuba Muscovado
870 hhds. Porto Eico, and

week

;

New Orleans.
The receipts at New York, and stock in first

350 bbls.

Cuba,

Imports this week
"
8lnce.Jan.l
sametlmolSTO

Stock In

first

Demerara,

Other

'hhds.

'lihrts

"hhrts.

24

1,021

56

74,5H

29.1(IS

2,530

V.^n

23446

4,4'Jl

same time -70
same time '69

ot Siisar

ic

6.5.'iO

7,937

Boxes

257,041
Boston.
36,020
Philadelphia... 21.912
Baltimore
33.505
NewOrleans... 29,837

Total
•

—

arrobe No. 12 for lots which, considering the advanced period of the
season, are tolerably good. This establishes a decline, and the value of dry
and strong parcels, for which sellers are asking 11 rs. metfting no buyer at
above lOX rs., closes nominal. The continued disparity between the prices
offered and asked, together with the total absence of cable news from abroad
(communications having been resumed momentarily yesterday only), is a check
to business, although with no probable improvement in foreign markets, since
the crops in Europe and other parts are expected to be large the coming season,
we think that holders will become more tractable very soon. Fine bright and
white sugars, which continue to be bought rather extensively for the season,
for shipment to Spain, are the only ones which are held steady at about previous quotations. In contracts for the coming crop we have heard of nothing
at fixed prices. The sales reported during the week add up about 10,000
boxes, against 4,000 last week.
Molasses Suuars.— Since our last issue no sale worthy of publication has
been effected, and we therefore reproduce nominally our i)revious quotations
of 8®10 rs. for Nos. 9 and 10.
Centrifugals.— Under a limited supply and without any sale to refer to, we
quote nominally at from 12\i®13 rs. for Nos. 12 and l.S.
Mlscovadoes.— The demnud continues completely encalmcd for these kinds
of sugars, notwithstanding which and in sj)ite of the favorable news regarding
the Louisiana coming crop, holders do not cede in their pretensions. We
accordingly continue quoting nominally at from 10@10i4 rs. arrobe, fair to
good refining.
Shipments this week from Havana and Matanzas have been as follows
rs.

•

„ To
New\ork

369,235

,

1870.

,

7.2b

NewOrleans
Total export ot the week to all countries
The general movement at both ports has been as follows
-Exports since January !.
,— Ree'ts this we"k—
To U. S.^To all Ports.-,
Boxes.
Hhds.
Boxes.
Hhds.
Boxes.
Hhds.
1,025

S,0S9

119
179

341,836

I87II

ia.i>,076

97,819
116.056

6651

IS5

456,564

79,5.iO

6,200

,

,

'Hhds.^

1870.
274,501

1871.
558.006

1870.
363.2-.6

1871.
119.730

78.1:10

26S.650

42 015

23,739
4i,581
33,101

re.ViS
77.6'15

84,766
28.935

110.002
31,701
21,976

5.015

....

....

376

118.768
51,407
75,767
20,933
7,165

S2J,123

517.488

491,999

910,357

559,938

260,37l

iui06O

77,408

20

7.52

1870,

266.094
212.512
261,179

3.743
5,3:17

4,838

Ruling Q.uotatlonii in FIrxt Hands*
PurcKaso of Small I^ots Prices are a Fraction

Tlie FoIIowlnt; are

On

tlie

Hlsliei .
,— Duty pald^
40
55
60
do
75
do Ex. llne'to finest
80 @1 15
Young Hyson, Com. to lair. 40
55
do
Super, to line. 60
HO
do
Ex. Hnetoflnestl r« ®I 30
58
Gunp.
Imp.,
to fair
70
do
Bnp. to fine.. BO @1 00
do Ex. fine to finest.l 10 @1 43
Hyson Sk. &
40
C. to fair. 30
do
Sup. to fine. 45 la 50
do

Hyson,

to fair
Superior to line

n.Sk.&Tw'kyEx.t.tofln'st
to lair..
do
Snp'r to fiin'...
do
Ex. I. to finest.
Go'ong, Common to lair..,.
do
Superior to fine
do Ex One to finest
Souc. & Cong., Com. to fair,

do
do

®

SPICES.

Sup'rto fine.
Ex. I. to finest.

paid

®
m
~
«

55
55
'"
65
75
45
60
85
48
60
80

Com.

Uiicol. Japan,

®
@
@

Com

&

^Dnty

@
@

Common

Tw

Including tierces and barrels reduced to hhds.

@i

a
@
m
@
@
@1

60
60
~"
70
ro
.55

75
25
5»
75
23

CofTee.

For invoicea there appears to be very little market for the time being, and
we can glean nothing of special interest since our last. Holders remain firm
enough in a general way, and the least indication of a demand would undoubtedly greatly stimulate the market, but the absence of a positive outlet
is felt to some extent, and here little odd lots, especially of not altogether
desirable goods, are thrown out to realize upon at a slight concession, if buyers can thereby be induced to operate. This plan operates in a double way
by acting as a sort of feeler and as amedium to bring in a few ready funds and
help pay expenses on finer lots of goods. The distribution by Jobbers is fair
and slightly on the increase, with about former rates obtained and the tone of
the retail market steady in a general way. At the close advices from Europe
have had quite a stimulating efl'ect, and holders arc much more confident.
About 6,000 piculs of Cassia changed hands, with l@8c. per lb. advance now
asked, and Xc higher prices wonld have to be paid to secure any
considerable amount of Pepper. Other kinds unchanged, except in the
way of a sym-

Rio Prime, duty paid

gold.
gold.
gold.
gold.
gold.

do good
do lair
do ordinary
Java, mats and bags
"

•

Brown

16M(ai6X
15H@I''^

Native Ceylon

1

Maracalbo
Laguayra
St Domingo,
Jamaica

I

14i'®15

!

14

®14)^

21
22

®22

I

(823

In

gold.
gold.
gojd.
gold.
gold.

bond

15K®17

®16H
@\ix

14
14

9^@10
®iyA

13

|

Suear.
Cnba, Inf. to com. refining.,
do fair to good refining.
do prime..
do fair to good grocery....
do pr. to cliolee grocery...
do centrifugal, hhds. &bxs.
do Melado,
do moiasses
Hav'a, Box,D. B. Nos. 7 to 9...
do 10 to 12..
do
do
do IS to 15..
do
do
do 61 to IS..
do
do

8i<@

Hav'a, Box, D.S. Nos. 19 to

9
I

20.

12X@I3
@13

.

8V® 9X Havana,

Box, white
Porto Rico, refininggrades...
do
grocery grades
Brazil, bags
tilanlla, bags
White Sugars.A

"V®...
"K^lOSi;

-'>%mCH
9J4einK

4H® 'H
@ 95,
ev® 9X

'

I

10x®1:K
llXai23<

12

8!k@ 9V
9K@1IU
8 ® 9H

TV®

Powdered

95f®10)4
I

9

12«812Ji

do
do B
do
do extra C
Yellow sugars
Crushed and granulated

8

12J«®....

11V®12
11
13

®1IS<

13

®ISX

®13Si!

molaaseii.

pathizing firmness.

FRUITS.

NewOrleans new

V

40®
S3®
37®

gall.

Porto Rico

&C.

Cnba Muscovado

The market for layer raisins the past week has shown a very strong tone
and, with form»r advices of a smaller crop
confirmed, the tendency is upward
and the movement is fair. Buyers do not stock up,
however, to any extent

and there is as much willingness shown by holders to operate
as by
At the close $2 60 is the price for lots. Sardines continue
to

move

freely

and

;

nnmerchanteble. Turkish prunes rule dull and nominal
in price, though
favoring the buyer. Currants are without special
feature to note, the demand
bemg confined to jobbing parcels, and the tone is far from strong
Almonds
have moved pretty freely, and the close is firm at the
late advance
Business in foreign green is confined chiefly to lemons,
which have continued in good demand at t7@8, and Oranges scarce
at »6@10 per box
from store. In West India kinds, Baracoa cocoanuts
sell at
ner
'^
thousand.

tWss

Domestic Dried rule firm for Apples, with all the lots arriving,
which are of
fine quality, readily taken at fuU prices. The
reports are still that our crop
will be small, and that the German crop is a failure;
the high rates for freights
ruling, however, have restricted any shipments of
late.
Peaches have been in
fair demand, and prices were stronger, but the
close is rather qnietagain-

a
fancy pared Georgia sold at 17Xc., though prime will
not to-day
bring more than 16c. Unparcd halves have sold at 7c., the
demand and supply
on both light. Blickberries rule quiet; holders and buyers are
apart in their
views-about 9c being bid and 9xmHo. asked. Cherries are steady,
with not
so many ofl'ering. Raspberries are not coming in
market in any quanUty, and
quotations are nominal. Plums are steady.

lot of 46 bbls.

Domestic Green are in fair demand as a whole, and prices are
pretty steady
Peaches are not so plenty, and as they are of that kind
which keep well prices
rule pretty firm and more regular. Apples,
if smooth and tart, sell fairly
but
sweet and rough are dull. Plums are quite scarce
and sell at high prices- 'nice
Greengages would bring fao per bbl. Pears
generally rule dull. The finest
BarUett sell at good prices. Melons
are plenty and low. We quote Apples
per barrel ta®$4; Peache^
76c.®«l per basket; BarUett Pears, t5®t7per

61
60
45

Cnba Clayed
Cuba centrilugal

1

English Islands.

|

988
@25
045

34
21
85

..

Rice.
Rangoon, dressed, gold

m bond

3><® 3X

I

Carolina

8$<

9X

Spices.

buyers'.

holders are confident of still higher prices
ruling the causes arc the same as
noted before-a small catch of small fish, the
large ones being considered

barreL; other kinds,
ta®t6.

148.491
113,086

Tea.
,— Molasses. —

1871.
3)9,691
74.721
58.815
94.85S
9,400

20S 196
20.503

.—Stock at date.Boxes.
Hhds.

lOS.Kl

PRICES CCRRENT.
1.

the leading ports

Bags

,

8:!1,2'.7

1.401,977
1.359.760

543

13,333

.

,

1S71

,
,

54;

i,;}03

1,771

Hhds.

Hhds

Boxes.

9,121

molasaeg at leadlns ports aince Jan.

Sugar.
"71.

,

Aug. 25.— The Week'y Report says :—
The market has continued dull throughout the week. The sales, however,
have been larger, some holders having accepted the prices ofl'cred— I04^(aiOJi

31,326

4.407
3,2:0

4.S34

2.!7l
17.079
9.914

'

New „
York

bbls

421
15.133
13,021

The imports of sugar (includinp'Melado). and of Molasses at
rom January 1, 1871, to date, have been as follows
,

N. O.

Cnba Snsar.—CLATED.— Havana,

369

hands

"

mports

hands. Ang. 31, were as follows

P. Rico,

•hhds.

lb71.

2,

ADVICES FltOM PRODVCIIVG ItlARKETS.

:

Other. Bra/.n.Manlla,*c."ela'Io
hhds.
"hhile. bags.
bags.
&i
.»!
75J

p. Rloo.

bX8.
?.««

.

Cubs.

[September

Cassia, in cases... gold V lb.
Cassia in mats
do
Ginger, Race and Af (gold)

®
®

Pepper, In bond
(go'd) 11>-'®
do Singapore ^': Suniara pij^®
Plmenio, Jamaica
(g d)
8$i®
1 45
10
@1
In bond
Si^®
do
m ® 100 Cloves
do
lova
95 ® 100
do
In bond.... do
ava

33
S3

34
84

8'^®

Mace
do
Nutmegs casks
cases Penang
do

12^
17X
fix

8H
11
8

Fruits and Nuts.

®

Kal8lns,SeeaiesB.new V mat.5 60
do Lavcr, 1870, * box. 2 60®
do Sultana, V Tb
®
Valencia, V lb
do
@

do

London Layer

Currants, new
Citron, LeghorTi (new)
Prunes, French
Prunes, Turkish
Prunelles

V

ft.

®
7>4®
16 ®
Dattss
7S®
Mgs, Smyrna
» ». IS ®
Cherries German
7 ®
Canton Ginger, case
8 50 @
Almonds, Langnedoc
17 ®
do
Tarragona
17 ®
do
Ivlca
16X®
do
Sicily, soft shell.. 15 ®
do
Shelled. Sicily... Hi ®
do
paper shell
29 ®
Sardines
»
V

Borax

Soda (Bug.)

Sal Soda,

Cask

Bulpbnr

I

I

20

7X

I

'

j

17M
ll«

I

I

I

®

2W®

®
iv®
70 a
8

Copperas

Camphor.

2W®
5 12),®
so

In bbls

65
10
1

?P

®1

11

ffl

box

V

Apples, State

uo
do
do
do

Western
Southern,

common

S
5

prime
sliced

...

15
6

unpared,qrs&hlv!

19
18

ip Ht.

* bush.

Peanuts, Va,g'd to fncv do

do
com. to fair do
do WlUg'd to beat do

2 50
1 75

IS

Calabra, imitation
"
genuine

20
38

gold.

Indigo, Madras
..

70
ll>i
....

®

&
®

]'**
9
18

(3

®
®
@2
62

»x
21

32
75
25

and Sundries.
Madder

17

....

en

lb.

Peaches, pared

do

9)<

a

3 10

Sic. Licorice
5 25
81

®

DOMBaxlO DBTED FKO

Pecan Nuts
Hickory Nuts
'

®

9>s®

Blackberries
Cherries pitted

I

sv/a

Saltpetre

do

.

13
8

Grocers' Druss
Bl-Carb,

9

lOK®

Fliberls, Sicily
,
[

hf. box. 2'Ji®
ar.boi. S2><;a

Alum..

Brazil Nuts

Barcelona
11
African PeannlH
3(0® 3 25 .Walnuts, Bordeaux
8>i@ 8X Macaroni. Iralian
44 s 46
yiro Crack, best No

,

Sardines

[

2 65
18

gold

do Manila
gold.
Cordage, Manila, }i&n(i%,
do
do Large sizes.

12
1

9

®
®
®

48
13

05
80

ei 0!X

IS
It

®

i!,l

i,

05
1»

THE CHRONICLE.
o^

September 2 1871.]

315

t

THE DRY GOODS TRADE.
FiiinAT, r. M.. Rppt.

87 1% LowifnCD A 8«

Ui, NaKhutAioO
1,

1871.

Tl\e Improved jobbing trado noticed In our last report baa
continued tUrnu){hout tbe current week, with a still better demand
from tbe Went and nearer sootionB. Small jobbing housea are
doing a fair buBinoia, aud tbe larger dealers are still actively

employed, aliboiiRb there is leas demand for full ]<ncknKOB tlian at
the time of our last report. Southern dealers are bnyinjf freely,
and all fabrici adaptetl to Southern distribution are in lib<'riil
Tlie trade with that section is already much more active
has been for a few previous seasons, and a good I)usine8a is
looked for througbout tbe Fall. The feeling among Southern
buyers is good as regards both the trade and profitable returns
for cotton, aud it is oxi)ected the prices realized for the latter will
re [Ui-Ht.

than

it

be sutBciontly rerauuerativo to add materially to the prosjwrity of
the planters and merchants.
The market remains fairly firm on nearly all lines of goods, the
only weakness apparent being in such fabrics as have heretofore
been selling al>ove their relative values. The firmness In l)Otli
cotton and wool prevents any material decline in goods, even if
As it is, stocks keep well
t here were an {accumulation of stocks.
cleared up in first hands, and the accumulation cannot be very
latter part of the season at ilie nearest.

heavy before the

Witli

now, holders can alTord to carry tlicir stocks
next season better tlian to make any sacrifice in
order to clear them out. There are still discrepancies batween the
jobbing and agents' prices, on goods which tbe former bought
early in the season, and are enabled to sell at less than the current
asking prices in first hands. As the season advances, however^

money

as

ea.-ty

as

it is

of staples inter the

and stocks become broken, instances of this kind are more rare,
and the higher prices rule.
Domestic Cotton Goods. There has been a good jobbing
demand for brown and bieachetl goods, and the sales have been

—

more
tbe

liberal.

Tlie finer qualities are

medium and heavy

relatively less active

than

grades, and in some" instances there

is

a

There
in standards, iu consequenco of their slow sale.
a scarcity of all low grade cotton fabrics in first hands, but
jobbers hold fair stocks, and are ta,king fresh assortments, as fast
as they come in from the mills. Colortd cottons are selling in
limited amounts in all fabrics suited to the current wants of the
Prints sell freely
trade, and prices are generally well sustained.
weakness

is still

aud the feeling among holders is more confident. Buyers give
preference to the better makes, but as tlie supply of these is not
largo enough to supply the entire demand, all standard brandg
Should trade drop oil, however, it is probable
sell at full prices.
tliat there may be an accumulation of these goods, in which case
prices would probably break.
Domestic Woolen Goods. There has been a moderate business in first hands this week, but the trade does not improve very
The jobbing trade has been good throughout the week,
rapidly.
and is increasing. Medium and low-priced cassimeres are taken
freely at full prices. Fine goods are not so active, but the movement is still fair. Cotton warp goods have been selling freely in
consequence of the scarcity of low grade all wool goods.
Cloths are In limited request, while beavers sell fairly, and all are
held at unchanged prices. The demand for flannels has not
extended to package buyers to any extent, although some second
orders have been placed. Blankets have sold largely on second
orders, and a good business has been done by both agents and
jobbers. Kentucky Jeans are in good request, and tend npward.
Fancy woolens sell fairly, but are wi hout noteworthy feature in
the absence of any change in prices.
Foreign Goods. The increased importations have given
importers better assortments of dress goods, and the selections are
more liberal, though the package demand had been largely supplied previous from the first arrivals. The demand for dress
silks is opening, and some sales are reported from first hands.
The supply of these goods will be somewhat limited ?ater in the
season, especially in the narrow widths, as reports from Lyons
are to the effect that the mills are crowded with orders, and will
be employed until February witliout accepting any more. Woolens are quiet In heavy weiglits, but asrents are taking large orders
for Spring goo'ls. Jobl>ers are selling some heavy weights,
tliongh the trade ilo"s not improve very rapidly. Colored velveteens sell freely, and are becoming scarce. Blacks are in large
supply, and sell fairly.
Wo annex a tew particulars of leading articles of domeelie
manuiactu'e, our {rricus quoted being those of leading Jobbers

—

—

:

BaowN SaECTLNOs AND OHiaTiNos

are in good request in ail but the
and prices are nithoat important change. Am ifikeai; A
86 !», do n DA l'2i, Atlsr.lJe A 86 IH, do D S6 12, do U 86 l!i
Appl3tnn A 81 IS-ID^, A<i<ruBta 86 12, do 80 10^, Bnrlfo-'l R
84 II. Cor im.nnealih O 27 6|. OrnHon A 27 8i
SO »J. Biiotl
Or»at Pulia M.86llf.i< .S H.S II. Indian Head ;i6 IS^.U, dn 8' 1 1.
37 12^, Laconia U 89, 12^, do B
Indian Orchard A 40 14, do
finer qualities,

m,

!8

ItiLvman

^^^t^\^^, in K l« 18, Madlbrd l«
JlxH ix(, do K 40 I61ft«, N<wmark«t
i'appcrnll 7-4 27^, do
13. do L 86 12^
xj.i; j, ,|o 1 1-4.4'», I'tpparall E
8"-i«U. do

>f

I

A 86 12. I'nrlAo aitra

I,.

!««

Mn

do 8 4
IX-lHi.dn H 86 l-'.l2t, l><wn«art K 80 «(. •Saranse Boa O
!;8 '2. Ho R 8K |H) Stnrk A «« 18, Swift Hlver 86 fj Tiifer J7 8.
Klbaobid SnitiiTiKOK *:<D >4HiaTiN0R aell in limit- d amounla at fairif
firm price>.
Q'lotaliona nr« .Imut (he uuum »a last weak.
Amotk«ag 46 16). 17. do 4!
IA{.16, do A
86 16}, AodrOMMgin
L 86 16J.I7. ArkwriKlit
.16 19.
Pnllni A 8<>n 86 14, Bart,
lelta 86 le^, (I,, k:- \ti, Batra
86 l7)-<0. BUckatone
86 15, Boon B 86 Ift do O
If ,U. R -.'6 Vf Clarka 86 1B4,
i>wi«hl
40 I8i, Ellertoii 10-4
Fruil of Ilia Loom 86 17, Olob*
27 T^.nnldMcdal 86 IS.Oreat Pallr Q 86 r6f Hill'a Sfirp.Idrm it l«
Hope 86 14, Jainea 86 16. Loiifdalr 86 17, MMenvillr 86 17), R*w>
market
86 ISJ, New Tnrk S'illf 86 21,
Pcpperell 6-4 26, do
IO-4 4('.42f TnacaroraXX 86 18. U lira 6-4 27), iln6 4 86, do 9-4 60
lo 104 B6, Wallhani X 88 !2, ile 42 16}. Ji. 6-4 57-'i7i,do 8-4 82ii\. do 9-4 .16-37}, do 10-4 40-12}, W.imiulla 86 20.
Pbintino Cloths sell frei^ly iit 7 je for atandards on tb< apot, 7}e
fir farly delivery, and 7Jc for January delivery.
Pmnn are In better demand for all dti-lrable elylca, at the annexed
qootntiona.
American II}, Albion solid 11, Allena II, do pinks
12, do purples II}, Arnolds 9}, Atlantic R}, Dunnell'a 1 1}. Hamilton 1 1, London niournii)g 10, Mallory pink 12, do purpba II }, .Maneherter II}, Merrimnc D elk. 11}, do'W pinit and piirpU 12}, do
S-4 271.3<,
fin*

8ti

WT

« XX
—

AA

I

W

funcy

12, Oriental elilrtingft 10}, Pacific

Mourning 10}, Sprague's pink

1

1

1}, Richmtind'e II},

Simpson

do blue and White 51}, do

2,

sbiit-

inga 10, Waiusutta 8.

Canton Flannfls.

doY

17}.

— Brown — Tremont H 12},

doX 19,doXX22, doXXX24}.

do

T

Kverett

18},

A

do

16},

XX IS.Nsahua A

XX 22, Arlingti.n 14}, Eureka 14, Ellerton P 17}, do H 26, do
O 19. BIcMfhed—Tremont H 14, do T 16}, do A 17}, do
18}, do X 21. do XX 23}, do XXX 26, Everett 19}, Salmon Falls
17}. Pemberton YI9, Ellerton P 19, do N 24, do O 21, do NN 27, do
WU 81.
14}, do
22, do

N
T

Cbkcss.— Caledonia 70 23, do 60 21, do 12 26}, do 10 tl,do 8 It,
do II 22, do 15 27}. Cumberland 11}, Joe Greera 66 15}, do 65 18
Kennebcck 21, Lanark No. 2 9}, Medford 13, Mecb'a No. A 1 29.
Dr.NiHfl.
Anioskeag 36, Bedford 14}, Beaver Cr. A A 20. Cnlurabiao
henvv 24, Haymaker Bro. '.i, Manchester 20. Utia
22, do

—

AXA

BB20.

—
—
—

CoBSET Jeans.

Amo!,keag13}, Androtcoggin Sat. 16-15}, Bates 10
Evtretls I •^}, Indian Orchard Imp. 12}, Laconia IS}. Newmaiket 9}
Cotton Baq.s. American $82 50, Great Falls A t32 60, Lewiston
33 on. Outarioa A $85 00, Stark A $86 00-37 50.
Beown DttiLLS. AppletonH}, Atnaakeag 14}, Augusta 14, Pacific

A

14, Pepperell 18}-I4, Stark

— Albany

14.

7}, Algodoa 12}, American 12-13, Amoskeag
18-19, UamilUm 18-19, Haym^ker 11 11}, Sheridan
10.
10}, do
Uncaaville
;3-14, Whittenton
16.
STi(ipr.«.

A

A

O

A

—

TicKiNOs.
Albs'iy
Amopkeag ACA 29}-80, do A 24J.26, do
B2('2-2l,do C I8il9. do D 17, Blackatone Kiver 14}, Cooeelogft
extra32 21J-22, dodt Sfi 24i-25, Cordis
24, do A01i27, Hamil
ton 20 2!, Swift River II}, Thorndike A 14-14}, Whiltcndon
27}, York 80 22}.
OiNoaAME-Oiyde 11},£arIeton extra
Olaagow 18, Gloucester
Hampden
Hartford 12}, Lancaster IS, Lanca!2, Hadley
shire
Pequa 12}, Park Mills 14.
Mon-iSELiNX
Delainks.
Pacific 20, Hamilton 20, Parifie Mills
armurea 20, do Imperial repa 25, do aniline 22, do plain aasoried
colored armnres
10, do do Orientals 18, do do alpacas 21, dodo
corded do 2.'}.
Lowell Comoany's inerain are quoted at fl 30 for extra
Carpets.
super 2 moe. credit or less 2 per cent iO days, $1 66 for super S-ply
and f 1 62} far extra 3-ply ; Ftartford Company's $1 15 for medium anperdne, $1 80 for superfine, $1 65 for Imperial three-ply, and tl 62}
for extra three-ply ; Brussels f 2 00 for 8 Cr., Ci 10 for 4 fr., and
20 for 6 fr.
,

AAA

—

—

—

,

—

XXX

,

,

.

—

—

2

IMPORTATIOIVS )F>(H¥UUUU8AT THE PORT OF

SEW TOKk.

of dry goods at this port for the week ending
Aug. 81, 1871, and the correspond!ing weeks of 1870 and 1869,
have been as follows
EJTBBBD POP COHSHJCPTION TOR THE WEEK ENDINO AUG. 31, 1871.
IS71.
-187aVat»<'.
Pupa
Pkga. Valne.
Pkps. Valne
^.WO.Sfil
S,M6 tl,I»a..'!99
ManntactnrcB of wool.. .1,479
2,S49
$042,881
1,13.')
l.rsi
460.411
otton. 974
27(l.:i<l7
SfiS.OM
do
8S8,r»4
Fllk.... 696
719.877
l.OM
do
529,858
256.004
1,135
297,081
nax.... 2,222
a^r.'iTS
1,228
do
791
287,449
«2\986
MlscoUancous dry goods 675
189,297

The importations

—

To'al

6,044

$1,835,985

wnnoRAWi FBoa wabehoubs
THB
Mannfactnrera of wool .. 1,090
cotton. 223
do

do
do

1,419

$581,614

1.107

$4C«.6S8

426
188
691
28

109.680
286.648
14.\574
14.870

886
192
986
283

110,080
154,ltT
111.188

S.854
7, toe

$9e6.9»

120

lfi8,8»9

871
51

96.258
20,974

l.^W

$759,602

Addent'dforconsu'pln 6,914
Total th'nnponm'rk't. 7,899

tl.n8!)..'«6

1,835,988

2,652
6,116

J2,.'i»5,4S7

8,768

$8,638,5»4

2,560,178

SKTBaiD FOB WAIOHOOams DORIKd TRa

44.m

9,963 13.982,183

PBKIOD.

»4S

$1.11,044

1.074

t456..V13

).(H8

141

61
71
204

87,615
70.064

321
238
4ai

90.421

silk....
flax....

,125,986

877
165

96.885
13.575

1.408
8,574

t9Si619

^«^o

MIscolIancons dry,good8

18,!I0I

22,793

.14

$280,420

8,560,178

7,109

|8,532,797

13,669

814
Tatal
Addcnt'drnrcoiiBu'pIn 6,(M4

1,836,985

1,155
6,116

it the port 6,858

$2,116,405

8,271

Total onlcrM

•»«

cotton.

Mannfactnrera of wool..

do
do
do

7.109 $2,995,257

6.^4-6

flax....

Total

$2,550,178

UTO TBM KABKBT DUSU«

$414,955

silk....

Miscellaneous dry goods

6,116

ahii thbowh
BAIfB PBRtOD.

$415,843

114. (isS

63.665

$910,411

«99^^57
18,915,66

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nnd Coiumerci.iI aod Travelers
Credits iBsuud ou

CItr Uuuk,
r
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ND
VLONaeN,
niton A: Ou., (
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iniuuroe Jk Co,
AND
}-I>AUI»$.
.,(
Idarcuard, Audre &. Co,
I

Circular Notes available for Travelers luallpartaof
Europe and the Kast.

Parker

&

Cobb,

DKVONSHIKE
BOSTON,

36

Bur and

sell

NO.

C.

S.

Nrw Yobk
Henry Clevks & Co.,

for.

Cobrksponxmcnts
Konntze Brothers,
M. Welth ft Areals.

and Silver Coin,
Insiiranee Scrip,
Bank and llailroad .Sticks,
Uiicurreiit Kaiik Notes,

Bougiit and Sold exclnslvcly ou
mission.

,.?"Ci'"''*'' attention pild to Settlement of State an
X axes.

&

Son,

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rresiuem.
Vice-President.
Cashier.

Mississippi

Correspondent

.—HOWES & MACY.

N, Y. Correspondent :-Bauk of the Manhattan
Co.

STATE OK ALABAMA.

Philadelphia Bankers.

aito. L.

ISBKLL,

J.\S.
P.

1 00,000

Cashier.
Assistant Cashier.

&

Macbeth,

CHARLESTON,
C.

ol TalladcKa, President.

AUMSTRONQ,

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A1.XZ. haobjetu.

STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
Key bos M.

.....

Capital

BANKKUS,

WM.

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holhbb.

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The City Bank
OP

Valley Bank,

A BANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT,
VICKSBUKU, MISS.

TALLADEUA, ALABAMA,
Special alteullon to collections.

d

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Com

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BANKERS,

tf bonds.

Slate and City Notes,"'
Stale and City Warrants
United States Bon.is.
Mutilated Currency,
commercial Paper,

;

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Western City and Couu-

PHII.ADEI.PHIA.

O K A V 1 B R STREET.
NeMT Orleans, La.

Land Warrants,

n South Carolina made and promptly remitted

Levy

J U

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Tr«TiBact a Keneral BaakInK ann Kxcliange busineis
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etc. ou Commission.

.

COLLECTIONS ON ALL ACCESSIBLE
POINTS

STKBfiT.

BEJamisoi^&Co.

E. H.
BROKERS,

Uncurrent Bank Not.^8, Bonds, Stocks, Specie fix*
change, &c., &c., DougtiC and sold.

J.

BANKEUS,

&

L.

J.

BKOIiEK,

CHARLESTON,

KxcUuuiiti,

The

Kaufman,

C.

IIANKBKS,

2, ly71.

Southern Bankers.

Southern Bankers.

Boston Bankers.

September

[

S. C.

CURRY,

P.

EXCHANGE BANK' AUUUSTA,

ii&.

Sonlhern S 'cnrlties ol every deecriptlon, tI/..: On
current l-ank Notes; Stale, Cily & Railroad Siocka

N.Y. Correspondent— Importers and Traders National

Bonds and Coupons;

Kai.k.
fi

ffg^Coiie lions made in all parts ol llii« State hn<k
nth Carolina and remitted lor ou <lay ol collect
current rate ol New Vurl. Ex-cbanue.

tion, at

T. J. Perkins,
BANKKK.
EDFAULA, ALABAMA.

Western Bankers.

&

GiLMORE, DUNLAP
108

&

Dealers is

Co.,

110 West FoartU Street.
CINCINNATI, Oil lO.
OOL.]>,

SII.VKU

GOVKRNinENT BONDS.
COLLECTIONS fllAUB

and

all

KXCUANUK, BANK NOTES AND COIN BOUGHT

AND

CotleetlonH

made on

kluag

at all

accessible points in the

MONTGOMERY.

Samuel A. Gaylord & Co.

ALA,:

Special attention given to purchase of Cotton.
.1,

T. P. RraNOH,

.IKNKIMS,

JoS. S.

Vicel'reb't.

SAINT LOUIS MO.

Planters

NATIONAL BANK,
Casb Capital,

New

$200,000

Edward C. Anderson, Jr.
BANKER, KACTOK AND

This TiMik, orKanized under the general law ol Con.
reas with its capital ol
intact. Is

now

As ttie
Improve

first oi

ta 00.00

HTDK

Commission

Merchant,

Pres't.

NATIONAL BANK OP THB STATK
»***«
OK miSSOCRI.
i^In St. Louis.

Special attention Klveo to coiisi;;nmerit9 of Cotton.
Gold* Stocks, Kontis and Koreiau and Domustlc
IkXChanRe, houglit and »ol<t.
Collecilone promptly remitted for
Orders soUcited lor the purchase oi b<ties of Prodace
and Securttie«. Prompt attentior tfuarauteed.

New 1 ork Correspondents

»3,410.3CO

J

.

^^

Board of Directors:
YAM BENTHUYSEN,:
mon & Simpson,)
WALTER miGH,
JOHN PHi'l.P.-^,
VICTOK MKVEi;,
VILLKHKUVRE, B. M. PON 11,
E. F. LA

w. MARTWELL
H. W.TAUL..Y,
|R.
VENAIlLBS,
LEON GODCHAUX,
CARL KOHN, Pi-e«icteut
THB;o HELLMAN, Vice Pres't,
loi SclUnnan Hellman & Co.)
JAMES CHALARON. Cashle
.1.

State

Co.,

BANKERS AND BROKE K8,

AIHERICUS. «A.
Do
?or

a Keneral banking business. Cotton purchased
Collections made and promptly remitted

New York
at

Correspondente

Co.

— Messrs.

&

K. E. BuBRUss, Pres't.

Co., First

"'^'Clmnffe, Oovernment Bonds
^<=C''.''1"<=».
Olve prompt
J^LoJ.'''"'''
coUecUous and orders for investment ol attention to
funds "•.
!„rt .ft"i''"",",;""'=''U?

Collecllons

made ou

O. TowssBKD.

W. M.

F. Hewson,
STOCK BROKER,

al

P. 0.

Bank

18 18.
Capital. .$500,000

|

Limit,.. $1,000,000

Prompt altenllon j^iven to < 'olleclioiis upon all points
in the Soullierii States. Collections free of cliarj^e
otlier than actual cost upon dtsiant places.
Remittiinces promptly made at current ratiB oi
exclianse on ilie dav ol niaturity
KxchauKc puicnasc-i and sold upon all points.
SAMIJKI, H KENNEl)V,Pres't

Win. Bryce

K.

DUFUY

RIONEY, Vice-Pres't.

Cuahicr.

A. K. -^Talkkk. Cashier.

National
WILIUINUTON,

Street, I^oulsvllle. Ky., deoU-rs In

Naiional

OF NEW ORLEANS,
LOUISIANA SI ATE BANK, Incorporated

CHAS, L.C.

BANKERS,

tlie

a portion of your Busiuiss

JUa.wbknok Ubos. &

:

W. Wheatley &

Bank

businem
(iovernment Securltles.Coin, Gold Dustarid
Bulilon
bouKlit and Bold at current rales.
given to collncllons tlirouehont liie Special attVntim
West *"'"'"""
AMU H. Beitton, Prep. Cba8. k. Dioksoh, V Prea't
KOWASD P. CUBTU Caahler

West Main

prepared lor Business

OKI Inslilutions ol the State to
the opportunity of fiirniwliliiy our pnpnIatioD

c'ormerly

18SJ.

..T'','^,^*"''' ""V.'"*. ""'«»""=«<• »« » National
Is now prepar.'d to do a eeneral lianklUR

ISO

fliUv

M. M. SIMPSON, (of Salo- F.

Jep«ited with U. S Treasurer to secure
Circulation
>.u..uuii
and Deposits 500,000.

Morton, Galt

Orleans.

$600 OOO

------

Special attention paid to Collertlons.

TITVSVILLE, PKNN.,
*'»"»•

ESTABLISH BD
Capital paid In ..~T7

OFJ

BBAS

Willi tlie laeilitles ol a local eircuiation on wliich the
interest accrues to our peiipli , we respectfully solicit

Second National Bank,

CHAS.

Union National Bank

Cash'r.

&

Merchants

Orleans Cards

AUGUSTA, OA.

Bond Brokers,

as NOBTH THIRD 8TREBT

Cashier.

New

8c Sommerville,
BANKERS & BROKERS,

CHAS.

Banking and

K. H. SOUUBBYILLB.

Pres't.

HYDE,

Collections, siid do a General
Brokerage Business.

RKFKR 10 EAST liiVER NATIONAL BANK

Wm. Kowlsb.

accessible

FUR8AX.8

C.

MACON, GA,
Make

Fowler

CHECKS ON LONDON AND PAKIS

stock and

all

SOLlI.

Southern Slates.

poiutB and remitted lor oh day oi paymeul.

NO.

& Hazlehurst,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,

Ciibbedge

paru

Bank, N.
United States.

w.

Townsend, Lyman

NEW ORLEANS,
ALKX. WHELESS,

R.

Ltman.

& Co.

BANKERS * BROKERS.
NEW ORLKANS.

'

a;- Particular attention given

Bank

or

N. C.

ol the

Pazbhsb.

National

O.

to business ofCorresSondents. CoUt otluns remitted lor at current rate .?i
^"i.*ai-eo*
ixOhaUKe.
New York CorieaponilentS! Trevor 4 Colitate Mor.
"
'
tea. Bliss & Co.

LOUISIANA.

President,

JA8. N. BEADLES, Vice-President.

RICHARD JONES, Cashier.
Particulsr nttentirn (riven to Collections, both fn
the City and all points In connection with it. Prompt
returns made at best rate of Kxchanj^c, and no charge
made, exceptiUK that actually paid upon any distant
point.

Correspoudeuoc solicited.

Nbw Tobk

Cobbbspondxnt:

NINTH NATIONAL BANK.

September

THE CHIIONICLK

1871.]

2,

T. H.

McMnhan &

And

In

&

ToWNSF.ND

Co.,

ORBAT

Yale,

Southern Mail Route

fOI.K A'IRKTK

nnnkorH,
IkMliin

Transportation.

Mlaoellaneoni.

Texas Banker*.

Kvctiii"i:<-,

mul I'omrillc

Kor<-ii;ii

317

CIAI.VK1TON, Tex*".
M|i<«l)tl(MilA

aid

8'ato,

thcprU'

NEW

at all
upuii

OHI.IANS, raEmPllIS, ANE
nOHLLE—A!.!. RAIL.

lliitlMtU t, IIIAkO
:iriu:tt i-hitrict' iipott
r

all Bull

ii,lltruiit|>tittU'Ulluu
UrliT to \|»i.
IH.

:..

rn., N. \ ., -.1 t :ii, IviMFs. ...I
N. O., UraXDl • Oo . I'liila.

. niAKDOx, Prr»'».,
LAOra, ttucroury,

...

J. o.

W

spMll'r.l 'l'tli*Ht»tii &
i'i»oLo|teyi'e A liro..

ALI'llliNKK I.AUVK, CWlllir.

o.

Texas Banking 6c Ins.,
OA1.VKSTON. ^^^^ ^„^ Key.stone Knitting Mills
€a«h Capital, ... - - - MSS.OOO
K K UK
A
P AT K N T
!•

I,

Lobhoik. M. tjulli. K.». .Ii'iiilli.)li. M. W'. Uaker, L«io«
lUn.ii, Oo >. 8.un.l(l,r. K. S. \Vllli», T. A. lUry. W. B.
Wall. K.bt. Mllla.T. .1.11. Aiia.min.

-

l>

STATIONS.

Prinreiid I.oiil»«,

AdflaidP,

I'exas,

S.

J.

all ac-

'ThSlsti'roils: W..) Hntolilna- P. W. tlray. A. J.
Biirltc. Cor. Koala, W. .M. llice. K. 11. <;u»hl--K.
BhN-). A. UjTTS. Prialdol*.

&

M

ft

B'l

Frankllu Btreet

»1 Franklin street

Texas

oi'

CollecUoua made on

all

arce«*U)le polnta.

^

,„„,

&

Moore

(SuPceMom

II.

Coll.'ciloim made and promptly remitted for current
rate of exf'liauuc Uort'-siMUHli'tt's:
M. Mr«. ft. P.CONVBIHB * CO NfW York.
.

& Co

Smith

R.

P.

&

Polhemus,

I>.

North Eastern Texas.
made on

all

accessible points

all kinds ol

COTTON CANVAS. FKLTINO DUCK, CAli COVKK
INU, BAOOINO. RA VKNS DUCK. S Al L TW IN KS
AC. "ONTAItlO' SBAMLhSS BAGS.
•'AWNING 8TKIPKS."

JAMES ARBirCKI.B

by

BANKER-,
Jefferdon, ^exaa.
WRNSON, PERKINS & CO.. N. Y. Correapondeuta.

BASSETT

A

lull

supply

BASKKK8.

Breiitiaiu.

For
We

r.

1. O.

Tuxaa.

KIRBr,

W. TOH BOnlNBIBO

BTiarrr,

C. R. Johns & Co.,
TEXA.S I.ANI» AWENCY
BANKINU KXt IIANOK,
AUSTIN, TEXAS.
Purchaae and

aell real estate,

'rillea, proaeenlt!

Land and money claims

aKaliisi tlie

I'OBT,

I

A Tries.

I

Standard and Dwarf Fruit Trees.
Cirape Vines and Small Frnll.
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Plants.
Neiv dc Bare Frnit Oc Ornanieutai
Descriptlre ami Illustrated prired Cataloifiios sent
prvpalrt on receipt of !-laiiius, as follow
No. 1— Fruits, ll)c. No. 2— I riiaiiieuial Trees, lllc.
No. 3— Oreen-liouso, 10c. No. 4- Wliolesaie. fhri

No. 5-Bnlb8, FRBB.

AddrCKS

BI.I.lirAN»ER
Established

Jk

To

California

and japan.
-^

•SBmSmSL
FirNt Class
SlreraH;e

H.iili.:i.l.r.

IfMO.

K Y

New

Orleans: Louisiana

fratt, Uankeia.

Accord iPK

liank,

A

$(iO

to location of berth

These ratea Include bcrlha, board, and

sll

necet

rles lor the trip.

Fteamers of the above line leave PI Eli No.^tiNORTB
ItlVblt, loot of Canal aireei, at 12 o'clock, noon.

On

IStli

and

SOtli ol' Baeii month
lall on Sunday, then the day

One hundred ponnds bacirafre tree to each adnlt
Medicine and attendance It-ee.
Departure ol I51h touclies at KINGSTON', Ja.
Steamer will leave San Fiauclsco 1st every mouth for
China ;ind .lapan.
F> r frelehi or paasare tickets, and all farther Inloi^
ma' ion, pply st the Compnuy's ticket office on the
wharl, loot >l Cann' M.

B. BiLBV, Aceat.

^^PoR

Liverpool,

(Via Qtieenstoivn,)
CARRVINO THK UNITED STATES MAILS,

THK LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTEKS
BTKAM COMPANY will dispatch one of their Brst
class full-power Iron

screw steamshlpa (Tom

WKD5nDAY

Sept. «,atll A.M.
lliAllO, explain P*ce
M^MIATT«N, Caplaln Price, jr.. Sept. a. at 12 M.

WI-CO .-IN, Capt. VMiijams
NKVADA.Cartaln Forsvih
WYiiMIMi.t apt. Wllluer»y

pt. 13, at «

sept.ai.allO
Sept.. ".at 3
"'ct.

P.M

A.M

PM.

4.at>KA.M.
11,

at s

f.U.

WILLIAMS A GDION. Mo. « Wall^St.

MUSCOGPE
C^vtv^ESILIN THE

Whnless

T. U. Uoualiao

$150

U

.^:

:

to

„„

Co. CincinNational Itank.

;-aii.,ii.i.

tialveatou

SAN FP.ANCisco,

... $I3S
......

COHII'.ADO. Capt. T K Freeman,*

WORLD;^^

Co.

A

mANUFACTUKINO COMPANY,
CULUMBDS, GA
SAinrvAomnasa or

" —Hew York
'

YORK

CaliinpaaaaKe.taOfcold. „
.
^
._
Rieeraife pasri«K«, (UiUce No. 29 Broadway) fatcarrcncy.
.
,
.
For fralKht or cabin paasaire apply to

I1,\NKKI!S,

Coii'

UOH FARKS-NaW

TIIRI

as follows

WACO, TEXAS.
A

& China,

Ml.'JNi'SoTA.i apT. w.:Fnscman..Oct.

UalllpollB,

RrTBRBNrBS ANB

B. VATE8,

PIKR Nn.4« NORTU RIVBK, EVERY

BARRY,

Co.,

Jackson,

Co.,
Wliialow, l.aaler
nati: First National Bank.

MontgomerT

and Dealers to

QKoQiti W. Jackson.
Late Caalilerl.'it .Mat. Rank

&

Fort

UU pjn.

and complete stock ot

TRBUDinB O? CKNTKAL ILAIUHIAU
Oroesbeck, Texas.
Late Fort

S^mja.

"

H.IJII a in.
" will a.m.

Atlanta, Macnn,

».

Invite tUt^ attention of Plant.'rs

larK''

BANKEU.S,

Wm.A.

III.

••

.

ol'lSll.

:

'State and Federal UoveriimenUl; niaku collectlona.
liecelve deposits and execate Trnsia.

&

•ur

AUTUMN

Trees.

pay taxes and adjust

Adams, Leonard

,

Bulbous Flower Roots.

41

111,

except when those dajs

Fruit and Ornamfntal,

;

JOH^a,

In stock

I.lspei.ard Street.

Trees

H,)uHton— FtrMt Nritlnnal Rank
-Hall,"Hiitrlilni(8& Co; N.'W Orleans— Pike,

Brother A (?,>. ?Jew York— Dum an. Sherntan A to.
SaTl«* A: Bassctt, Atty'a at I>aw,

a

die p.m

previous.

t'orreapondentii;

R.

Widths and Colors always

13*19

BASSETT,

&:

BreuUam, Texas.
"GalvesUm

all

\xa
.1502

1

"

CUAMUE OK SAILING DAYS.

United Stales Bnntlns Company.

CO.,

^t

lUSfl

1127

«l p

3.:i'i

•'

ChaUKe cars

Also. Agents
Collectlona

Ar

Chanite cars lor

*»aJl

COTTONSAILDUCK

B18Df>»

p.m.

-

PACinC MAIL 8TKAM8I1IP COMPANY S
TIIRitUnil LINE

conraiMsioN kikhchants,
JAXAB ABBUOK1.I.

V..15

tj^ a.m,
iji a.Bl.
6iia p.m.
*
6M p.a.
**
tM p.m.
* I3J» p.m.
" *jn p.m.
••
7JZ5 pjn.
" U6s.m.
**

Lv.i;.4n pjii.

»« Ar

jr.

Brinckerhoff, Turner

And

m.

p.m.

Seneral Eastern ranenger Afcent.

Manaracttirers aad UcBlern In

eBlBBLK.

If

HM

13.

mill*,

BANKRUS AND
UliVAN. TKXA3,

1,V1

New

4!ordIs mills.

,

••

p.DI.

IM pjis.
II U aju.

"

I.U p.m.

•*

9illO

"

tor Memphis.
•• cliaoiie cars lor Vlcksburg.
i

Laronla
Boston Duck Co.^
Eranklln Co.,
Thorndiiic Co.,

BUYAN. TEXAS.

"

800

"

* U.4S p.m

a.m

lira

MACll^
MO.MI'IOMKKY
MoBii K
NK OKI KANS...

C.o.^

M. Moire,

BANKERS,

KM

a.m.
p.m.

Orleans,
eloihice Iron) this poitil to
II fiani!i. ears for Mohile, v!a M.« o. R. I!,— All Ral-

Continental milU.,

Wilson,

to

12.'iA

NA.SIIVILI.K
1M)I Ar !i.(U a.m.
II »>KIN III
MW Lv . 'J IW a.m.
5liP,.\NI>.IUNCT.ONIl(n
11, ra a.m.

*

Co.,
AU4lroMcoj£t£ln Ifliiis,

Warren Cotton

6.V.

"
«

Selma, ttrst Point, Etulaala, Mobile, SaTannsli, snii
Inlermediale poilils,
1 1 hai.Ke cars lor Nashville and New Orleani. No

Columbia Mfg.

iriidiTs .Nat. Buuk.

1

*•

na

tClLAlTANOOUA...

.

Otis Conipnnr.
Baton niir. Co.,

M. ICOHI*Kul<. I'lfflilpiil.
.1. .1. IIKNDI.KV, Victl'rcB't,
CHAU1.K8F. NOYF.S. .\^.Hl^lan> 0»»lili-i;.
5

mKHPHLH
•M >CKSi)N
ATLANTA

Peppercll TnCg. Co.,

GAI.VESTON,

..

K.NOXVlLLE

& Co.,

AOBNrs FOR

National Bank

Sii
Old
7*1

•^I.KVKl.A^D

BOSTON,
PHILADELPHIA.

Cbmtnat aUeet

211

as

mil»l(lL

NEW YORK.

E.Wright

B. F. WKRMl'.Oaahlir.

N. Y. i;oprcspji.dentii.

UOIMXiNhVlLLK..

Clarlsna.

Capital, {(1325,000.
Elvp »peclal Bttcntmn to cdUictlOLi! on

WASIIINOToN

Kurl-EdjCP.

eo'a (oim. oo^vtwnb
Time.
TtDM.
I.T tiO p.m. Ar. tAtmjn.
|

Miles.
•

NKW YORK

llratrirr,

THK CITV BANK OF HOUSTON,
Wp

AtDAIiP.M. fiuiii foct ol CoTtUudt stieet, ria Ni-«
York and Plilladelphla Line, l>jr (JUKAI HOIITH
Kl(^ MAIL KllllB TIIAIN. for Richmond, Nsw
Orleans, Mobile. Memphla, Chatlanooita, Naabvllls
Atlanta, Macon, and Intermediate polnta.

NUBIAS.

Spoclul alloiilloii Klv.'ii tocolloclli.ua at all po »'«
mail.', wllliout
111 tu.' Slulv, and rmiiltlancrs promiillv
ftuy charKo uxcopt ni'tnniary ratwi ol uxi-liainte.

Houston,

2

tietre New York
AtH.IO AM. lor KICIIMOND.and Polnta on thaCoaft

WALLia, V\et-en*X,

EWm*''^
New Tors

(END MRAcinniuw
Office,

27

IiS?.!!!|v

BEEKMAN ST?

Sbeetlncs, Dtflllasa,
a. P. SWIFV, Teat.

Tama, Ropc,&e.
W. A.BWirr,Sao.*

1r.

THK CHRONICLE

318
Insurance

Insurance.

OFJFICK OF THE

OFFICE OF THE

ATLANTI
Mutual

Co.

Insurance
K«w

Tors, January 26,

Trostees, in conformity

'

Company, submit tho following ;tatement of its

on the 3l8t December,

1870

Ist

January,

Premium o
^

ISTO, to Slat

i

1870

Rislis,

December,

marked

Policies not

affairs

January, 1370

2,1.'>3,7!3

HEAD OFFICE

484,840 67

i'iDnn.i

SavinEs'

w

Shares of iSO each).

(50,000

_ ., „
CashlnBank

Llle

,

1870, to 3l9t

December,

Preminm Notes & Bills Receivable
Premiums
Reinsurance and other'ciaiijs'due
the company, estimated at

"918

Bstnms oi Freminms

clr'tfac^afe?

S

56,000 00

and Stale of

18.575 83

^f f J'oflM^^i^.^gJ

Bank and other Stocks

Premium Notes and
in Bank

Bills

217,600 00

339,352 03

Receivable

after

lyof Fehroary,from which <laio
}?JSf .'"' ""' portion rede,mc(f will cease Tie
'i'>l"',l"oUncedat the t.uio of paymi-uc
pavmVic
»,?rf'i''"''""5?
a'ld cancelled to the extent paid.
A Dividend In bcrii.t ot T HKNTY
declared on the net amount of Karned PER CFNT la
Premi.rms for
the year ending December Slst.
Mo, for n?iich Cero" '"^ """' i^uErJiVVh'e
S't?,'d";[roFi;'pi;iVn^^s?''

2.377,350 00

the Company, estimated at

By oi-der of tho

TRUSTEES

316,125 45

Total amount Of Assets

John K. Myers

$14,183,983 43

representatives, on

and after

B,W.

Tuesday, the

The outstanding certificates ol tho issue of 1S67 will
be redeemed and paid to the holders thereof, or their
legal repre3antatlves,on and after Tue8day,the
Seventh
of February next, from which date all interest
there

on wUl cease. The

certificates to

Upon

will

Bull,

on the net earned premiums

ol the

is

declared

Company,

U.

of the Board,

H. CHAPMAN,

D. Jones,
Charles Dennis,
W. H. H. Moore.

Henry

C. PlckersBiil,
Lewia Curtis,

Gordon W. Bnmham,

LorellHolbrook,
B. Warren Weston,
Boyal Phelps,

Frederick Chauuoey.
B. L. Taylor,
Geo. s. Stephenson,
William fl. Webb,
Sheppard Gandy,
'
Franola Skiddy.
Charles P. Burdett
Eobt. C. Ferguasoa,
William E, Bunker,

A.P,

Piliot,

William B. Dodge,
David Lane,
Jamea Bryce,
Daniel 8. Miller

Wm.

Age

Sturgls,

Samuel L. Miichiil,
James G. DePoresI;
Robert L. Stuact,

Henry K. Bogert,

Denslt Perklta,
Alexander V. Blake.
J,

NEW YORK.
BONDED GOODS

''«°''''"«« '»

•Insuran ce at Lowest Rates.

Ever ett &

Co.,

66 State Street, Boston,
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D wight &

Co.,

MANnFACTlJHER.S OF

SALERATUS,

SUPER CARD. SODA,
New Vork.

&C.,

K«. II Old Slip,

LITTELL & GAY,
The Best Home and Foreign
at

Club Prices.

Boston.

Literature

EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNIT3D STATES,
BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
•
Assets over - $15,000,000
Income
7,300,000
WILLIAM C. ALEXANDER, President.
HKNRY B. HYDF, Vlce-l^iesldenr.
JAMES W. ALEXANDER, 8d Vioe-Prcs't
GEORGE W. PHILLIPS, Actuary,
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WILLIAM AJLEXAJJDEE, Ags'i Secfy.
120

D. JONES, President,

CHARLES DEl!(NIS,ViC6.Pre*
W.a H. MOORE, 8d Vlce^RroW.

& Sons,

MANUFACTURERS OF CORDAGE

Ztis ther(fore tntHspeiisable to
evcrv one who wkhes
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n.l^lJ"""'
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publications
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^ ue l,i\ ing A tn.
has no equal in any country." that The Llvlnir Age

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,

Caleb Barstow,

ST,

Three Thousand Double-Column Octavo
A CO..
Pages
OF CHINA AND JAPAN.
I^ATTniSSPJ".''"' 5'«"'5'; and is the ONLY COMPI- Advances made on constenments
LATION that nresenie, with a SA1 LSKArTmiv
ol approved mer
C0.\ PLETENESS as well
chandize.
asfrcshnesBfthebest
Review!, Citlcisms. Tales, Poetryrsclentlfic l-B?avF
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'P"'

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Benj. Babcock,;
Kobt. B. Mlntnm,

C^:«rle» H. Russell,

SOUTH

Co.,

Of every description.

gives fifty-two numbers of Mxty-four
pages each
or more than

?,nS'S^^l?'i7t

James Low,
B.J. Howland,

Wm

837

TEAS, MATTING, LIQUORS, and

I»s^ed every Saturday.

f "om'ih*e%*es'"Jf?,?r'«''

Joseph GalUard, Jr.
C. A. Hand,

Colt,

dc

Mokewood.

AbGOSTINE HEARD

Secretary.

TRUSTEESi
J.

«i,,i

Storage for

Living

£.?a?t';.e'a''olTts'cras^"''"'='''^

It

*.Vrll next.

b.

&

Snyder, Son

OF

be Issued on and after Tuesd-j, the
Fourth o£

^^

"'-'-''^-^

Bonded Warehouse

S.

Francis Moran,
Theo. vv. Morris,

for tho

year ending 3Ist December, 1870, for
which certificates

.eaocm:

A^THONY S. Snyder.
EnWAKD N. S.WDKR.

William

HAL'E,\Vctel^y=''°^^^' Vlce-^reaiden.

Littell's

'°

Kmil IJeiueman,

Jehial Read,
Jolin U. Waller.
William A. Hall,

JIORE THAN
ONE HUNDRED VOtUMES

bo la

b

M..."K,m,i'c?ec'i!s s're

,e"d'-?,s''al'so

1857.

gold.

THIRTY-FIVEPerCent

S
f,?n?;''"? A""
r
BjiilMug liUBlness trai.sacted.
k::S%lf- '"-^ '^-!^''"The

Publication.

certificates

and redemption

ol interest

w ??,^'r opened iiKHiDst First-clHsi, Seeurui

236

Wliioh were Issued (in red scrip) for
gold premiums,

to.f ^?in

Miscellaneous.

JOHNK.MYEjJ.^&Jentf''''"''^'-

THOMAS

as shall be cunEklereU c msi

isisfra^i^ri-f c„?i';^t^i^i-&S
?Srre'a\;;:"/e'«r-"' "" "- *•" "-'e'eSd'-si^t It

Established

T. Bruce,
Albert B. Strange,
A. Augustus Low,

Oliver K. Eing,
Alex, id. Earle

be produced at the

time ot payment and cancelled.

J.

Worth.

t

Adam

Horace I?. Claflln,
W. M. Richards,
A. S. Barnes,
Egbert Starr.
A, Wesson.
John A. Bartow.

Seventh ol February next.

By order

J.

ruii^i^ii I'liniB or Banks
FoS'Flni1»"n? Rlnv""","'""h ^""-'l'-"'' nna other
at buc
niodoraip y>Ltf» nf

Comuilmlon

t';Set1^i^;lX^yft/^;Kr

Wm. Hegeman,
James K. Taylor,

'

will

MANAGER-Alfred George Kennedy.

William Leconey,
Wni. T. Blodgett
H. C.Southwlck,

A. C, Richards,
G. D. H Gillespie
C. E. Mllnor,
Martin Bates,
Moses A. Hoppoct

Sir per cent interest on the outstanJIng certificates
of proflts will be paid to the holders thereol, or their

dividend of

Chairman.

Joatinin «e MaucUa. Fgq
>Vllilam Srnpscii.Eto .
.Jonathan Thorp, Esq.,
JuiuesE. Vai nei", E,q.,
George Yoing, Esq.

'i^
(Itnreia

Board.

2,089.915 95

Cash

A

|

SECILETAKY-C.

THRs^rif^'I*''^',?*^,'''
lUJiSlJAy.the7:h rt

$8,843,740 00

Interest and sundry notes and claims due

such payment

''•^1'>

JoliU bachblock, Efo
Andn-w 1 awrlp. Etq.,
Robert Lloyd, Esq.,
Wm.M- Arthur. Esq ,M.I
Vt m. McNauahlaii,
Esq.,

Z'^rA''"'

p°a",d"'t'„

tSeof 'o''r%'ife1f I""",*"* P"'" 'h "ash to the hofder^
'epresentativcs, on ana

New York

Loans secured by Stocks, and otherwise.,
Real Estate and Bonds and Mortgages

legal

500,000
105,000

-

$1,063,263 57

States

Stock, City,

-

:$l,01i„0ol5

The Company has tho following Assets, viz.:
United

-

Ilenrv v,-„,„i"n" 'J"?"'
"f,':'.'^>„Y'8ni8 Jiast, Esq ,

2;8'510 00
'
-$766,9f0 73
175,133 84

TotalAssets

$3,253,590 89

and Expenses

$765^2 35
417

fanljscriptlouNoies in advance of

$5,332,733 55

Xosses paid duricg the same
period

i:i, 000,000

...

DIRECTORS

Assets:

liOansou Stocks Drawing iaierest.

January,

1st

1870

—

,

Uuled States and other stocks'..'."

with Marine Risks.
Premimiis marked Offlrom

-

i&u''1.7e"4'u'.Ss',l'!!.^!.''.'.".'!:::::::"^

nor upon Fire Bisks disconnected

Bislcs

net die Street

Paid-up Capital
Reserved Fund -

Earned, durin? the

period as aijove
Paid for Losses and Expenses, less

$7,436,413 73

upon

(Coranr ol Finch Lane), Thread-

Subscribed Capital

oil as

1855.

S^o 84, Old Bond .Street
OFFICES. J^-""-.'-'''-',* »?"'''u">:iilii,m Court Road
( A o. ^a, Ludgate mil

The Companr has the rollowlns
iTo Policies have been issued

\
i

No Blabs have been taken upon Time
or upon Hulls of Vessel*.

61

ENGLAND.

BIJANCH

'

Premiums marked

09

1st

Total amount of Marine Premiums

•

IKCOKPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER, A.D

Total amount ol Marine Premiums
$591,761 71
This Company has Issued no Policies, except
on Cargo
and Freight for the Voyage.

from
1870.. »5,370,C!10

oil'

OF THE

$106 924 04

Premiums received from January
1 to December 31, 1870, inclusive

:

Prem^oms received on Marine

I,0ND01V,

BtTlLDING, 176 BROADWAY,
Naw YoEK, January 12, 1871.

puoiished in couformltT
with the requirements ol Section 12 of its charter:
Outstanding Premiums. January 1,
1S71.

The City Bank,

COOTPANV.

!» THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT
affairs of the Company is

o the Charter ol the

1871.

2,

Financial.

Mutual Insurance

Pacific

C

HOWARD

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a"d",KjfrrSH'.'^"°- -^^

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tO,(IUU tona atuve
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11
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a

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COUDAGK—
Manila (large and smal!

alzea)

WMaSlH

par lb

Tarred Manila

Rope

19

Roaala Bolt Rope

aW
W»
ai8

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gro.

llo, Biiperltiie
lat regular, pints

Mineral

a 70
»l m
a 70
a 70
u a as

48
90
44
SU

Phial

COTTON—See special report.
PRUOS AND DTESAloohol

«l

gal.

I

gold

45

Annato. good to prime
Antimony, reg. or.. .gold

SO

Vlum

a
a

1 S7){

8

a
a

SU

Sugar leail. white
Sulphate ;iior[>liliie,9' oz
lib"
'Tartaric acid .cryataU.
fit
.gold.
Taplora

I>^a

DYK WOODS—
Camwood

Fustic.
Fuatic.
Fustic,

a
a
'iKa
Balaam tolu
90 a
llalaam Peru
3 9U a
Sarkpatayo
a
Barries, Persian... gold
3S>ia
Bicarb, soda. N 'castle"
a
Bl etaro. potash, Scotch.
84 a
Bleaching powder
..a
Borax, reilned
SO a
Brlmstone,cru.Vtoii,gld3i SO a
Brimstone, Am. roll
24

Cuba

bona)
gold
Camnbor.ratlaed
Cantbarldes
gold
Carb. ammonia, In bulk.
Cardamoms, Malabar
Castor oil, Amer.rcasea)
Chamomile dowers, ....
Chlorate potash
.gold
JansUc soda
gold

\}i

36
80
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4S
S-i

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2S
4
31

...

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70

a
a
19 a
2
a
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28 a
42 a
4
1

a

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"

"
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cwt.
bbl.

5
3
•

1,

ahore

new

13

1,

....

a
a

9

Ova

20

31

"

a

13

keg.

lb

8

22 00
30 10

8hlp'g,fi.lU0

Jute

75
UU
50
30

....

Mai>tf and Idreh

Jin. kwalnut ...
X-incii sycamore

Much

18

special

OOa

B.gtsa

V

0(i($

100 Ib4

3.'!

.

to 5)

a

«i

Copper
"-'
Yellow metal
iHo

13

a

....g

TJia

SXa

Dry Hides—
Hneiios Ayres..Vtft gold

Montevideo
"
Kio Urande. ........ **
"
Orinoco
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22
32

**

'20

"
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a
a
a
a
a
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24J4{a

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20
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g

1*3

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A

1

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m a
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790

3. .8 141

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Plates, liir'n.V 100 lb.(rold 9 79
Plates. ilonieatlR
* B 7 OO
BPICKS-Kte apeclal report.
"vorv.

SPIUITBBrandyOtard.

Hupny &

Co..

S
•

9 ro
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• 'U

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1214

all

la.

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c^i^.-.-.

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Marett

&

(,'0

Leifer Krerea

Other lorelgn brands

Rum

lnni.,4Ih proof.
St. Crcix.Sii proof...
Gin. difl^erenl brands .

Whiskey
STEF.!^

cue. 4W.i

Engllah.past.M&lstqn

•

al 87X
n a 94
85

B

15

Rngllah.aprlnif,'2d& istnn
English blister. 2d& 1st Qu
English inachinerv
English «erman,2d4l8tq«

Amerlean
American

7
10
1]

a
a
a
a

lOXa

"•'^S

l.lialeV.

cast.

Tool

IS
9
ic
9

Aniorleaii spring

Anierlmn machinery
American German

a
a
a
a

18

10
17
18
13
'
is
II

11

11

SUGAR— See apeclal report.
TALLOW—
Amerlcan.lalrtoprlmoV

TEAS— See special reporL
TIN—

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::::

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ti'^t
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English

y.
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^^

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8 SiHat
Plates. I.e. coke.. "
° 50 Ss
Plates, coke Terne "
6 25 I?
Plates, char. Terne "
s 00 ^a
TOBACC'O-See special report;

Sherry

-a.

m
m
"

VgaU, ssoa7oo
1

Port..

75
12)i

a

52^

aS

25
45

60
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a7

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9oai 00

RiHl.Snan.& Sicily...
Marsonies Madeira.

"

:

"

Marseilles port

••

Malaga, dry
Malaga, sweet

••

TOa
lotai

Claret
Claret

goal

"

» cask
|i

doz.

"a
"

.

85
15
10

905llO
sue «i 00
3 79419(10

I

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American. Full liloodMerlno

American ComblLg...
Extra, Pulled..
Short Kxtra. I'nlled!
s^uperllne Pulled

No

a

gall. 1 15
%| B
....a

30a9 0O

sooasso

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3 30aS9O

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4 15
6 85

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pale

extrapale

3.t

829

axi,.|.d. Aiiier'n r'jih. 3 OO
iL.i'ed. Cal. (In BflSli.ro.ic Ki m

38

840 83
830 aSSS

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Pall,

Hemp.
1

3

•"'••"'•i.il'oM

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No.2

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OAKUM
OIL CAKE—

28

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a

19
86
22

3 50
Pilch, city
Spirits turpentine. V gall.
S3
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7>i

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NAVAL STORES-

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HIDES-

,

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Clinch. .kegs & half kegs. 5 75
Horse shoe, loiged (.v o. 10

1)0

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00
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il Ui'(a 50
50 (IO(ai 52

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1

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28a 100

-

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00
00

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llrmlock bo'rdfl and plank 23 toa a
Extra heavy pipe staves
fiflo 0(yt
Heavy
do
do
li^ OO
Liiilit
do
do
I(i0 l>>
Kxtra heavy hhd
do
17s 00
lle»vy
do
00
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Light
do
OO
I'OuO
bxira heavy hbl.
do
120 t<l
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do
do
itIO ro
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do
do
79 00
Molu8ae6shonks,lncl.head'g.3 50(S2 70
I'um
do
do
.4 50a
Sugar
do
do
.2 25a2 SU
MOLASSES— Sec special report.

iKi

CarttT,

9 90

7«0

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30®

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9 50

....
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....
....
9 '29a ....

ifij

••

Uatamoras
Vera Cruz
Tampico

1

(34

7 00

ton.2SS l)0®3S'J

gold lu bond.
gold

California

loa

Tar, Washington
Tar, Wilmington

» "

Sisal

1

39
^K hitc piuc box boards. . 2.'> OOi^ al
V hlie pine nier. box b'ds 26 (0^ 33
Cleai pine
(5 (Xia 70
Cherry boarda aed planks 75
tO
Oak ami aah
.ts oua 60

gold. '023 UUa23(l I'O
K0ld.2M) 'JU(92(i5 CO

Manila. current.. V

a

18

buiitliern pine

HEMP-

Tampico

"

ai3l (»

a

*%9

Rangoiii,
1 -,s
«»
(gold, in bondj s 00

85S
32
25
19

13 00
2« ni
10

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37

LUMBER. ST vVES,«o-

sua
7Sa
B 65a

cauls'trs.VB

Italian

26

B

*>

ltli?i.

37X

22Sa

...

Rockland. common. ?bbl.
Rockland, lump

a
a

lied rifle

Russia, clean

'28

LIME-

8
6

Amerlcan dressed..*
American undressed

poor

27
28

a
a
a
«4Xa
39 a

....

••

report nnder cottou.

North River,

"

good damaged

a
5

29
20
26

.

light....

rough
"

30
4 00® 6 UO

OtTUNT BAGS & CLOTH.—See

It

"

•

report.
GKOCElilES—see special report.

I

.

midifle.

(10

....(a s 00
....a'-o ou
....a.:8 00
30
-35

* A

25

"
light.
Orinoco, heavy

"

HO

->>

h

....

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27>4a

aitw
anas

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II'

m

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10 00

•

s«l

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liiiddle

....

....a 7

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V

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Calirornla.iieavy.

....

a

.

Mln. & masting
Shipping

• l.\
9 29

"

25a 5
5i^ 4
OOe «
Uiai3

llulllax

Mackercl.No. 1, Uav.old
Mackerel. No. 2, shore new
Mackerel, No. "2, Bay
Mac'rel, No. 3, Maaa., large.
Mac'rel, No. 8, Mu88.,med.
Salmon, pickled. No. 1
Salmon, pickled
^ tee.
Herring, acaled ...Vbox.
Herrlng.No.l
Uerrlng
» bbl.

FRUITS— See special

•••

txa

a

••

10
10

103 a*

.

a

V

North Ulver

.
••..

30 'Jd® 32 00
13 75
IS SOa 19 wO

a

a<
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0:1

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.

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Pickled cod..
Mackerel, No.
Mackerel, No.

....

...a^8<>0

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gold.«

Bar

a

...

n

Plpoandshoet
.10 39 a ....
LKA'l'HKIi—
^caah,*!.-.
Oak, slaughter, heavT .... 32 a y>
••
••
middle.... %i a 41'
"
"
light
SH a 42
"
crop, heavy. ,
87 a 89
"
"
" middle 38 a 40
" light.. 94 a 88
" rough slaughter
31 a 38
lienil'k, U.A.,4kc., heavy
28 a 39
"
"
middle. 28
29

S7 II0<» 30 IW
27(103 30 00
32 00

(Kt

100

Rngltsii

21K

009 90
IXM W

-T
'27

"
Logwood, LHKUua
Logwood, Hoiuluras. "
LoKWOOd, Tabaaco... "
Logwood, St. Uoiuln.. cur
Logwood, Jamaica... Kulu
LImawood, W. Coast, cur.
Barwood
gold
Sapanwood
cur.

Sporting, in

28

....a

tH&
Brimstone, Uur sulphur.

OOa

...«i ton, gold.'.OO

Tamplco
Jamaica
FuaUcSavanllla

42

3 00

a
a
a
a

V

Uem-an

~

..

VV-

SEED-'*

Spac'sh,

1<>

10

ICivena.ltus. light .V pe.19 30
Rnveiia, "
heiivy
17(10
Scotch, tl'ck, No. 1,91 yd (4
"
Collon.No.l
49

M

000117

LEAD-

14

9>ia

DUCK-

108

Nail, rod
v • «vi 7
Bheot, Rns.,aa. toaasor.gd tssa 18K
Sheet, sing., d.4t t., com..
4ua 5V
Halls, Kng.«i Ion., (mild) 97 OOa Sil OO
Ralla, Am., at wurka In Pa. 89 OUa 71 09

92

'25

Meal
Deer

8

Hoop

3 00

a
a
a

9!
«

t1 90
97 soaprj '.A
87 >C<4I22 V)

Horse shoe
Bods, Ka3-lt Inch

...a 9 20

Verdlgrla.dr.Aex.dr.,vd
Vitriol, blue

....

llHd

ArgoIs.cr'de.Oporto.gld
Irgols.retined
Kuld
Arsenic, powdered. g'U
Assafiutlaa
Halaani caplvl

crude

Shell Lac
Soda ash (80 p. c.) gold.

SO

i\i^
.

Camphor,

East India

$

Band

a
a

Seniiii,

M

aw

Phoephoras

BeniiH. Alexandria

* Anar.

14 U'
90
77 UO

m

»"

a
a
a
81 a
3 W a
41 a

1

OUa
OOa
oua

Bar, Swedes
91^)132 50
Bar, renn^(^ordlo»r^ sues f3 UK* ....
Bar,rerd,lAI)«x)i4(Vl«.
00
Scroll
IU2 503:S2 in
Ovals and hall round ...lui OoalZS 10

3

ISO

88
SS
79

noiiriirEB.

Pruaslala potash, Amer.
43
Ouickallver
god. ...
17
pt-r oz. 3 3B
uulDlne, ..
Rhubarb, China.... «• tt 40
lit"
koUI
Sago, pearled
8yi
Bameratua,iH)ropoarla0h
30
....
Sal ammoniac, ref. gold.
10
lOM
Sal aoda. Newcastle, "
a 2.*^
Baraaparllla,llimd'raa,gd
dUKa 81;<
"
Banaparllla,Mex.
....
r2>4a

Senekarout

rge

:

rig.HiMl, I. No.
Bar, reflned, Kug.

>8A

GUNPOWDER—

85

Aloea, Cape... > n. gold

Hoes, Socotrlue

I

84«kit isnu

.

ttaia;7ia

.3

'

5 23

I

I

Drycod

V

BolU

.

'
12^1
Ull pepp'nu't.purc.lutlu 3 13
01: vitriol («u to St dags)
IHi
OpImn.Turk. lnbond,gla < I2si
Oxalic acid
.gold,
ti

FISH»0
;3
-3
19

-^heatlilng,

bergamot
Olllemou

t)l!

Port,.1

Pig. A
rig.
pig. .^

I

llnUiTStDii-. nrklim, oliolco,
SIH K, (IrklnK, Ulr

IROW-

Nutg'ls,blae,Aloppu,Kld
to
gold 3 90
Ollanis
Ull cassia

UKKSWAX

Bllal

a 31
a .„
# ....
....
aau)
4 M a 4 75
4

MutardtMd, Trieste

PKK'ES CURRENT.

:w)

1.

'.'.""

I'nlled

California spring ciipl^'"
Fine, unwashed
"

to

a:o

M Seu
— •—
58 a98
86 a«
H «ri"
n a4S

*7 940
a .... Linseed, crushers prices 79
Medium
SB ass
Vgallon casks
a
a 80
Common, unwashed
80 ass
Cotton S'd Crude S.fgal
50 a 51
a I7M
Burry
_,
"
^'
"
so ass
Bogota
42K
20 a 31
yellow S
98 a 60
Calllornia, f all Ciplni'Limhs-T
87)ia
Whale, crude Northern..
TruxlUo
19 a 20
55 a
Fine, unwashed
CarawaTsead
ii^a \i
SU ass
Whale, bleached winter.. 65 a ....
RIoHache
"
14 a 19
Medium
S Sg
Oorlandar teed
9 a
"
Sperm, crude
Curacoa
12 a 13
122 ai 38
8..uth Am. Merino, nnwashaii
Cochineal, Uondur..gold
81 a
70
Sperm, bleached
PortaaPUU
a aS*
IT a 18
1 42Xa
gooblnaal, Mexican. "
90 a
g3
•
Lardoil, prime winter...
Bahla
16 a 17
83Ka 87k souchAm.Mestiza, unwashed 38 all
routh Am Curdova,washed. 38
Copperas, American
l>ja
Red oil. Western (Elaln) 45 a
Texas
cur. 19 a Oa
Cape Good H. pe, anwaahed. St aS8
Cream tartar, pr .gold
a SOW
Western
"
Stralto
S41
18 a 20
48
a
Texas, flnn... ...... ...
S! S!g
Cubebs, Kast India
Neats foot, lubricating. 1 10 ai 25
a
Dry Salted Hides—
Texas, medium
Cutch
gold
4sa 5
Maracaibo
gold. 13 a ....
PAINTSTexas, coarse
Epsom salts
8
"
a
Maranham
a 13
Lithargc,
Vk 9 a .... Texas, Birry
Sxtract logwood... bulk
....
"
9)<a
Peruambuco
13 a ....
Lead, red
9 a
Texas, Western
Fenuellaecd
....
Matanioras
12>ia
....a 17
Lead,wblte, Am., Inoil
Flowers, benzoin.. V oz. 80 a <0
a iix Smyrna, unwaihetj....
Savanllla
"
a 13
Lead, white, Amer., dry
a 9ik ^nlyrna. wa.hcd
Uambler....fl B...gold
•
4Ka *A
Babla
12 a 13
Zinc, white, dry. No.l.
Doii^kol. washed
Gamboge
8Xa 7
90 a
96
"
Chili
....a i;«
Zinc, whlte.No.
in oil.
9 a
13
Donskol. unwashed...
filnseng. Western
70 a
75
Sandwich island.. •
12 a 13
Zinc, white, French, dry
9ka lOM ZINC—
einsang, Bonthern
85 a
>0
Wet Salted HIdoe—
Zinc, wh., French, in on
IS a
..V.
Sum Arabic, sicked.... 33 a 52
Buenos Ayres..9IB gold
a 12V
Sheet (No. 9, forelgn^.V » 9 a
Ochre, yel., French, dry
3 a
Gum Arabic, sorts
SU
19 a
21
Rio Grande
"
12ka r234
Ochre, ground, in oil...
8 $ —
9
Oumbenzoln
40 a
80
California
"
11 a
11>5
FREIGHTS— —STKAK
Spanish bro., dry
1 UO
Gomk'wrle.o'dtopr.spd 11 a 15
"
Para
9 a 10
To LiTBKPOOL.'B. d. S.d.
§pan.bro.,gr'd,rnoiK|iB
I il3S
Onm guiUla
10 a
MewOrleans
cor. II a iiu
Cotton
V B
ParUwhita.EngVloOlbs. 3 29
it'a....
Ouiililamar
3S0
gold
18*
City slaughter ox 4k cow 11 a UH
Flour .... V bbl .... a< 8
Chrome, yellow, dry
Gum myrrh. East India.. 42 a 48
13Xa 3^
a 46
Upper Leather Stock—
H.goods.Vton SO aiOG
Whiting, Amer. V 100 » 1 CO a
2S
Qnm ayrrb, Turkey
43 S
B.A.&Biogr.klpVBgld 3SKa 26X
Oil
Verm'n. Cl.ina...y) B,gd
isio
Gam Senegal
175
....a
gold
18
MInas
"
30 a ...
9\
Vermlliou. irieste
bum tragacantb,aurla.. 2S a 30
a -... C'n.h&b.V hn.
a SS
Sierra Leone
cur
Wheat. .b.* b.
a 85
VermlUon, Amet., com. 22 a 37
Gum tragacanth, whle
Gambia and Bissau.
38 a 37
Beef... »ilce. 8
a....
Vanat-radOI.C.) V cwt. 1 75 a 3 35
flakey
«l •
80
Zanzibar
\ir^% \»ii
Pork...
3bL
^
Plnmbigo
Byd. potash, Amer..., «2S S
a 8
East India StockTo Haras
hy
>ysall.
«i ton.34 00 a3t QO
CMnacUy
Iodine, resubllmed
a7So'
Caicut. city
VBi gold 18 a 18X
Cotton
..*B
Chalk
V B ....a .... Tallow
Keoacuanha, Brazil, gid
a 2734
Calcutta, (lead greiMi "
13 a ISK
.....BB
Chalk, block
ilan
V ton. S 3Sa 9 90 Lard
gold 40 a
../
Calcutu, liuil'an>.»<a> "
.•
11 a ilK
Barytas, American o 1.40 CO a
(4C dve, good fine "
....
20 a
80
"
Manlla*Bat.buff.«»
Tobacco
S « ../
..Vbhdi
•
UaorkeapaMa, CalahrU. 40 a 4'X HONEVPBTROLKOMWoods
l.h»>rlca paste, Sicily
34 a
Crude, 40a47 gravlly. In
3S
Cuba(dutyp'd)
Petroleum
1 U «! 35
i.*rlcep*sta, bp,sord,gld
38 a
bbls., rer gallon
isxa 14
HOPS
To HstaoiTml, y foot.
UoorlcepaMte.Ureek... 81 a
Crude.lnbttik
...
CropolTOfgd to prt.*>e)|lft 18 a 33
a
To Sah Faasciscoa
Madder, Dnioh
gold I2ka IS
ReOned, standard white
24^(4
34^ Maaasreaiant coeds *
Crop uf 1889 and 1868
9 a 10
rt
iadder, Fr. K.X.fJ'."
10 5 ....
Kaptha.refln., 68-78 grav.
•iH»
*\ Haanguoda.
Uavarlaii (new crop)
a ...
lb
ilanna. large flake
•
1 4U a
Batldunm
8 a
HORNS«x Ralla
keg.
83 a
85
ianua, small flake
gx.RloGrande
mc
«7 00
PhOVISIOHBPatrolaom. .9 e.Gl UEaT.
HUrd sied, Cal
9 a
13
Oil Aatrlou selected,
rork.mwB«ll>bl(n«w). 13 30«U 79
4 OOaS 00
Coal
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Maracaibo

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THE CHRON ICLE

320

Insatance.

Cottoa and Southern Oards^

Rignev

Reese,

MONTGOMBRY,

tr

NEW

""COTTON^flEsT"
Mauofacturcl by J. J. McCOMB, Liverpool.
For Ba'p by

FIRE

&

Tohn C. Graham

Refer to

OF PROVIDENCE.
STS.

IWISS.

R.

Petersbnrs, Va.

INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP PROVIDENCE,

K.

$200,000 00
$370,024 51

Net Assets

JAS. A.

\.

IRSl.

Casli Capital

W. Burton,

ALRXANDER,

Agent.

COBIMISSION MERCHANT,
OFFICE

98

SYCAMORE STREET,
Peler»'""Ts;.

JACKSON, niss.
President.
HOS. E. HELM
Caablcr.
M.A. VANlKKiK
A BANK OH- CICOtraT AND DEPOSIT.

T

New York Corrcspomlents

Freret,

S.

GENERAL

H. Castlujiak,

&

Hawks

Castleman,

Brokers and Real Estate Asents
COLUMhUS. UKO.

Qovernraent SecnriLies. GoM, Slocks, &c. C.onds
every deaoriptiou. boUKUt, aud aoUl on coiumisaion.

ot

&

Reynolds

?/m/&9Ma/ej'

/jSOdOOO

The Liverpool

Higginson,
BEAVER STREET.

NO. 87
Box No.

NEW YORK

4,660.

Representing
Uesirs.

DUMMI.ER 4 CO., Batavla and Padans
CHA8. THOREL, » Ci>., Yokohama ^
CLARKE, 8PENCK & CO., Uallo '& Colombo

Wright
CO AMISSION

&

&

& Lon-

tVrlxbt,

In

the United States by our Bouse,

Brown
No.

(9

&.

c

Railways.

IMPORTERS OF
Iron Ralls, Steel Ralls, Old Ralls,
Bessemer Pis Iron, ^rrap.
Steel Tyrrs, boiler plates, Ac.
AGENTS FOR

&

al

Co.,

Manufacturers of Wrought Iron Tubes, lap Weld,
Boiler Flues. Gas Works Castings and Street
Mains, Artesian Well Pipes and Tools,
Gas aud Steam Fitters' Tools, Ac.

15

GOLD STREET, NEW YORK.

9<IJohn street.

80 State street.

20»

Co.,

WALL STREET, NEW YORK

CAST STEEL TYRES,
Cast Steel Progs, and

all

other

Steel Material lor

Hallway Use.

HOUSE

IN

LONDON

NAYLOR, BEN % ON
William St
34 Old Broad Street,
FIRE INSURANCE.
who
Railroad Iron,
North American
Old
and
Fire Insurance Company
45"

ft

CO

glv6 special attention to orders for

as well as

OFFICE 192 BROADWAV.
Branch

Cooper Institute

Offices,

1429 Broadway.
INCORPORATED 1828.
^t

CASH CAFITAL~r.
SURPLUS

. $500,000 00
295^237 93
CasU Capital and Surplus, July l.lStfO.
$795,237 93.

Ralls.

R. W. HLEECKI5R, President,
c ,. „.„„„*'li'''LISnLAUKSrONE, Vlce-Pres't,
F. H. CARTER, Secretary,
ORIS «f OLD. General Agent,
I
.

P

RE INSURANCE

COMPADrlr

OF LONDON.
. $8,000,000, Gold
CHIEF OFFICE IN THE U. 8.
Nob. 40 and.43 ''Ine Street, New York.

Assets

Metals.

Vibbard, Foote & Co.,
40 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
3teel Rails,

Iron Rails,

Old

Rails,

AND

RAILW^AY EQUIPMENTS.

Wlliam

Imperial

Scrap Iron

OHACNOET TIBBABD.
AI,IX. P. FISKI
EUEBSON FOOTS,

Insnres Property against Loss or Damage by Fire at
usual rates.
I'fllicli^s issued and Losses paid at the Office or the
Cojnpiny.or at its various Agencies iu the prlucii>«l
oltle
he Uoltod State-.

Co.,

ME b'c HANTS,

BU4 DE JANEIRO, BR^IL.
Represented

Railway Bonds and Negoclate Loans

NAYLOR & CO.,
don
Globe Ins. Co.
NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILA.,
So.4th8tre
AffetsGoldS 2 o ,coo,ooo CAST STEEL RAILS,

Uraiu, &c., on Comuilsslou.

Stephen
P. O.

sell

OFFICE AND WAREHOtJSKS:

Brothers,
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA,

Bay Cotton,

Bny and

ANft

'''

N. Hawks.

stock.

COR. OP WILLIAM ST.

Pascal Iron Works, Pliiladel|ihia.

Arnold,
commssiON niERcnANT, Affetsinthe
AND
Cotton Factor,
U. States 3>ooo,ooo.
MONTOOMEitY, ALA.
D.

Co.,

GENERAL RAILWAY AGENTS
MERCHANTS.

^ajol/a/ eoln 00.000000. Morris, Tasker

NEW

ORLEANS, LA.
Si. OH VKLEs ST.,
attentioti ^iven lu buviui^, selliiix ami iBna
of plHiitatioiis and otUer real eulate, paying of
a xes, collecting rents, eto.
S5

ST..

BABR is

8.

ff/^^mteJatt arte/ &y{/t'n/^nr^O.

Prompt

Qg

CEDAH

41

&

Kennedy

S.

ton Eneland
Supply all IJa
iipply
Railway Equipment and undertake
,
-,
Railway business general
lly.

BEAI. ESTATE BROKERS,
AGENTS
AND GENERAL I.ANI>TEXAS, MISSIS
ul LOUISIANA,

For the 8t.itB<
8IPPI, ALAilAMA. &c.

KENNEDY. HSNRY U. BAKKB. JOHN

8.

Tlie

M. Morgan's Sons

&

Davis

JOHN

The Bowling Iron Company, Bradford England.
West fuiiibei-land Hemati'i^ iron Co., Workins

Va

Bank,

State

Capital

Orleans.

J.

American
ORGANIZED

Iron.

New York and.New

ot

9.

$300,000 00
$41S,I48 51

Net Assets

&

Pons

of ^xctiansre on London and circular Noted
amounts to suit remitters or li-avelers.

Bills

I.

179

Casli Capital

Bro.,
COTTON & TOBACCO BROKERS,

Jesse

Railroad

Cnsliiei-.

Young

R. A.

U BROADWAY', NEW YORK.

Washington

INSURANCE COMPANY,

Mississippi Valley
BaiiK, V:ciiSburK.

M. KI.KIN.

(i.

RO.

In

ORGANIZED

Co.,

AXD

CO.,

$886,170 59

^

Providence

CORNER MULBKRIty AND WASH INGTON

&

BARTHOLOMEW HOUSE, BANK, LONDON

1849.
$.500,000 00

Net Assets

COTTON BROKER,

VICKSBirKG,

Springfield
MARINE INSUR.ANCE

INCORPORATED

FULKERSON,

S.

«6,01T,378 OT

CasU Capital

Por a roinniisslon.

H.

Sc

and thoroUEh

Workmanship

Wni. P. Converse Sc Co.,
M Pine St., New York, Agent7

00

8PRINGF1KLI), MASS.

Co.,

ALABAMA,
Buyers of Cotton
SKI.MA,

All work accurately fitted to ^antres
InterchaUKeulile. Plan, Material,

Unish and KUlciency Inllv euaranteed.
M. Baird,
ChuS T. Parry,
Wm. P. Ilenzey
Geo JJurnliam. Kdw. H. Wllllains. Ed. Longstretli.

Gilead A. Smith

CO.,
General Agents.
N. Y.

ly

ISm.

$S,«»Oil,0(»«

NetAsaets

SWKNSON, FE«KIiMS &
WALL STKKE T.

Co.,

PHILADELPHIA.

/Etna Insurance Comp'y>
HARTFORD, CONN.
Casli Capital

&

M. Baird

YORK.;

INOORPORATRD

OOO Tons "Arrow" and Buckle Tics.

BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS

IVALL STREET,

No. C2

AL.\..

1871.

2,

Iron and Railroad Materials

Co.. Fire Insurance Agency,

OTTON BPVING,

30

[S:'ptember

I

N S|U

Oilman,

C.
DBALSB

fN

RAN C.E SCRIP,
AND

Fire and Marine

Insurance Stock,

tb Plue Street, corner of William Street, N.Y.


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