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INANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
MOHET MARKIT. Sunday, March 23-6 P.M. The stock market during the past week was only loderately active. Prices in the early part im proved a fraction or so, but the advance could not ie sustained, and at the close there was a growing lisposHion to realize. The movements of specie re daily becoming more important. The exporta ion last week was large, and as the season ad ances it will, without doubt, be immense. The asportations of . foreign merchandise have not> frithin the part week or two, been very heavy, but here are man y cargoes afloat, most of which are oubtless near at hand, and will come in the first fa vorable wind. The losses on most of the dry goods n board sailing packet ships long since due, will very large, and we understand that the propor ion owned on foreign account is considerably irger than usual. This will reduce the remittances or their payment, and help the market. The ex lortations lately have been limited. The season been decidedly against all branches of onr oreign trade. It has restricted both onr import And exports, and to those engaged it will be by no gneans profitable. Until our internal naviga ion is resumed we must not look for much ctivity in trade. The movements ot pro. uce from the interior to the seaboard market? Brill not be in mach volnme until the deep snowB of ^he country have passed away, and our railroads, anals and lakes are in a condition to transport the immense quantities waiting at all points for a mar et. In the meantime we must expect to see prices gradually but steadily settling down. The enormous ?rops of last year have yet hardly been touched, and it is utterly out of the question for such prices as lave ruled during the past year or two to be sus tained. The supply will, within the next sixty days, ?*, beyond a doubt, very largely in excess of the de ?nand. Prices must then, if they do not before, pjome down to a lower level than has been known or years. From present appearances our next har rests are likely to be equal to the last, perhaps much Jjreater; and in the absence of any foreign demand f consequence, we are likely to add to our surplus, ?nstead of diminishing it. The high prices ruling du ring thejast sowing season gave a great stimulus to ultivation, and the breadth of land in wheat is pro Ebly at this moment greater than ever before own. The deep snows of the past winter almost arantee more than an average yield, and the future s certainly filled with everything tending to the prosperity of the agricultural classes. Speculators purchased very largely last fall of the armers, breadstuff s at high prices, and nearly all :he benefit derived from the high rates which have |until lately ruled for last year's crop was realized by ;he producing classes. Those who failed to sell ;hen made a mistake; but the quantity in hand will martially make up for lower prices, and all be remu nerated. If the crops this year turn out good the Eiarket value will be still further rednced; but there i no danger of going below paying prices to the roducer. Good crops, as a general thing, guaran ee prosperity to the country at large. An abun E lance guarantees low prices, and consumers are hereby benefited. Cheap food is a matter of more mportance on this side of tlie Atlantic, now, than t was ten years ago. We have now such a popula ?of consumers that it is of the utmost consequence ?that breadstuff* and provisions should rule at modn Irate prices. There is no country on the face of the ?earth where all the necessaries of life can be pro |dnced in such abundance, or at less cost; and there is no reason in the world why such enormous prices ?should rule for breadstufls as the consuming classes lhave, for years past, been compelled to pay. [Speculators have had enough of monopolizing for ?the present. The farmers will, without doubt, get ?prices, during this year, with all our supplies, which will be sufficiently remunerative, while the consum |ers will be more favored than they have been for (y ears. All this will add to the prosperity of the whole country. It will add to the production and consumption of all manufactures, give greater ac tivity to business generally, give full employment to |ail our works of internal improvement, aid and en courage every branch of domestic industry, and add materially to the comfort and happiness of the masses. The money market continues without material al teration. The rates remain as last quoted. This ?month and next are generally the most difficult to get through of the first six in each year. The pay ments into the bank a during the month of March are usually very heavy, but this season they are par ticularly large. We do not look for any reduction in 4he discount line of the banks. There may be no Increase exhibited in their next returns, but a con traction at this season is a very difficult matter. The exportation of specie from this port last week was smaller than expected. The estimates were over a million of dollars: Bmymvre of Specie from tot Port of New York. B*rk Antagonist, fiuenou Ayres, cioub'n,.., . $2,426 00 " " Mex. dollars, 3,900 00 Stealer Africa, Liverpool, Cal. gold ban... 341,276 <0 " " U. 8. gold bars.. 15e,d06 89 American gold.. 160,000 00 " gold and alir. c'n 83,000 00 " French coin 40,039 76 " " Cal. gold dust.. . 1,000 00 Br S Winthrop, Sa vanilla, French gold 1,936 00 " " " fcilvor .... 3,960 00 b earner Hermann, Bremen, American gold. 62,000 00 " " ?>Iver 1,100 00 Trial for the week "$866,281 66 Previously reported $2 787,686 64 Total, 1856 $3,643,867 19 A. H. Nicolay's regular semi weekly auction sale of stocks and bonds will take place on Monday, the 24th inst., at 12$ o'clock, at the Merchants' Ex change. The value of merchandise exported from this port during the week ending and including Friday, March 22, 1866, vu $l,4f8,053 fcpecte 866,282 $2,814,336 The Importations in the came time were as follow* General merchandise. .$1,618,016 Dry gocds 1,962,867 ? 3,6-0,881 F.xce?s of imports over exports $1,266,647 The following is a comparative statement of the value of exports from the commencement of the jear to March 20, 1856 1866. 1866. Jncreau. Decrean. Cottoa.... $3, 017,633 2,604,706 487,162 _ Flour 1,048,266 3,233,198 2,184 982 ? Corn Meal. 66,974 67,607 628 _ Wheat.... 67,988 1,496,731 1,428,706 ? Corn 1,000.166 686,373 ? 814 782 ?Beef...*.. 604,987 662.610 ? 62467 Pork 848,897 966,140 116,262 ' ? Total... $6, 664, 860 0 606^383 4,217,772 367,239 Net Increase to March 20, 1866 $8,860,683 The quantity and value of certain articles import ed and exported daring the week were as follows:? Commerce or thx Port of New Tore. KXJ'OKTB TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES. LIVERPOOL, _ ? . , Quant. Value. Quant. Vatue. Cotton, batea.4,686 $223,248 Peas, bush.. 6, 103 $10,206 Floor, bbis. .3,678 26,920 Wool, bales . 28 2 882 Cora, hush -86 679 64,226 Flaxseed, cks. 326 6,626 Bacon, lbs. 990,960 87,269 I. R. goods, cs 20 1,000 Jj"*- 4,090 Books 11 1,009 2,476 Fur. 2 836 SitoflS s is;-"? Its !;2? <"*>? "? ? a statu ....,13,600 874 Total $446 842 LONDOW. Flour, bhls. .2,942 $97,860 Hp. oil, nli.18 $34 666 Wheat, hash. 900 18,000 oil cak.'Wa.'eeo u'm Corn 8,631 2,800 Bala, tola . . . . ' 18 4*0 Pork, hWs.-MM 40,760 Type, boxes. . 20 3,170 Baeon, Ibs.460,948 46,249 Ewnces, cs.. 6 1034 Rosin, bfcis. .8,618 6,176 Bark, bales.. 410 a'981 Hemp, bales.. 30 800 Clocks, eases. 22 240 Oannens 11 0,062 Oars 610 4ao Tob'oe, Iks.. 31,847 4,880 Cedar, logs.. . 20 2,116 Do., sasee.. 107 8,807 Staves 3,120 210 Hardware, es. 36 8,400 Total GLASGOW, Obtion, bales. 277 $16,160 Fustic, tons., 20 $680 Floor, bbls... 966 2.666 Rosin, bbto... 579 090 Beer, tc* .... 802 6,660 Wh. foots, eks 14 2,118 Corn, bash. .8,808 6,160 Hide* 362 610 Tobacco, tbs. 21, 086 2,19$ Clocks, bxs... 86 ,196 fepirits tur.blf 60 806 Drugs, cs.... 226 1,678 aMtorr,ki 14 627 wood, tons 4$ 2(061 Iota>.,.?.. $42,360 TOUIOW. Fiour, bbls. .3, COO >37,500 Pork, bbls... 7, 666 $168,886 Total 9196,386 Cotton, baJos. -07 nje, Dui?s.. lo.oou L gwood, tons 26 Lira, lbs. . .29 450 Hop*, bales.. 15S P?ta?bes, bbl* 26 Total UIW'. $8,722 Wh' bone, lb. 31, 306 $15,663 1-.7C0 Rosin, bblfl.. . *(66 660 Tobaeio, hbs. 152 3,360 Kx. log'd, bx.2,300 1.9. 3 Cedar, pieces. 90 810 Cotton, ba . . . 62*2 Corn, bush, .2,733 Rye 3 9:0 Roein Dbls.. 600 Lard, lbs.. .17, 614 <opp*r, pea.. 15'i Coflee, bum. 189 lx.1 g'd,bx?. 1,600 ix. fuailc. ... 863 Ix. qnercit.. . 150 /x dye wood. 350 Saraapiuiila. . 148 Total HAM 111 RG. $24,113 I. R goods, ea 160 2,071 Shoe pegs, bb a 629 4.1W7 W. b.'D?, lbs 33,248 800 Tobaco, ba.. 14 Cigars, cs.... 3 H.ney 226 Rice, toa 20 Fustic, tons . . 20 9 861 1.230 2,897 9,864 6,666 Ho 'ware, bx* 862 Olloloth, ca... 2,140 Clothing, ca. . 4,683 667 7,578 12,6(12 800 .$66,606 $3,937 1,687 17,026 360 126 8.676 622 382 209 300 1,000 .$95,106 Ex logw'd. bx 200 Dnri-dm, bags V84 Rutin bbln... 242 Sp. turp'nine 510 tvga'S, ca.. .. 2 Total ANTWERP. $1,138 Potashaa, bbla 74 600 Kx. quaroit.,cs 60 671 Wagon 1 8,489 Caaar, logs. . . 161 711 Or ahawls, ca 3 Tobacco, lba.S7,781 Total COSfWANTlMU-LB, $469 Liquors, bbls. 281 6,219 logw'd, tond. 284 lOSINOKK. $6,662 ?. logw'd, bx.2, 600 Total..,,. .$19,64 IlItlTlBU .NORTH AMERICAN' COIO.NIW. Floor, bbla. .1 000 $7,706 Candles, ooxa. 25 $260 Bjl HSt. . . . 400 1,925 Brea4,baga.. 146 738 Meal 860 3.087 Tobaoco,Tbil7,593 2 561 Beef 150 1.600 Toba?co. hdd* 34 918 Pink 495 7,645 Tea, cheats. . . 120 1,918 Lard, lbs.... 8.864 947 Leather, sides 768 4,276 Corn bush.. 1,200 892 Total Floor Rye do., bbls. Corn, bush... Meal, bbls... Beef, bbla.... Pork, bbla... Butter, lbs. .4 Cheete, lbs... Hams, lbs. . .2, Bice cs Tea*, eh Coffee BRITISH WTtHT IJTODSH. 826 $6,086 20 110 476 620 16 386 673 876 078 19 7 8 380 2 297 368 6,118 960 109 263 387 411 146 Candles 164 Sheep 56 Oxen 144 Hav. bales. . . 237 Wn. oil. gala. 128 Domesttca, ba. 17 Bread 17 Cordage, colls 21 Sugar 6 Shoe#, ca 7 Gin 1 Potatoes 261 .$34,402 9618 320 11,847 760 109 542 209 191 136 366 113 491 Total 934,066 Ccrn, bufh. .. 600 Bamn, lbe,. . 3,663 Bacon. I, S19 Laid 9 232 Tar, bbls ' 60 Br-jjhea, cs.. 1 Ht<rdwa:e, ca. 259 Wh oil. gais.l,lC0 Heds 1,145 Oak-.iSQ 50 Taint, ca 76 Hope, cs 17 Shaw la 2 CUBA. $460 Shoes, ca 8 $1,441 318 Rlee, tcs 30 967 151 Soap, bxa.... 100 112 940 Iins. oil, bbla. 20 735 143 8. turpentine 10 178 163 Snookt & hds.5,915 4,748 3,748 DrugB, ca.... 62 1,929 l,0f 8 Potatoes, bbl. 150 360 1.875 Sugar coolers, 6 18,000 226 Paper, rma. . , 500 140 16? Blacking, bxa. 12 113 675 Hoops 20,000 670 350 Oars 20 431 Total $39,994 Flour, bbls... 376 Meal 315 Pork 126 Hams, lba... 6,063 Bnt?er 2,722 Coetse 4 603 Laid 37,632 Candle* 6C6 Rice, tea 193 Drugs, pkgl.. 55 Bread, bbls... 12 PORTO $2 384 2 396 1,926 704 712 547 2 960 2146 5,736 3 099 184 RICO. Sbooks and h. 200 Hoops 34,250 Gas meters,. . 77 Belting 1 Tobacao, hhd. 1 Furniture.... 86 Lumber, it. 34, 500 H'C ware, cases 30 Paper, bals. . . 100 Pepper, bags. 10 Harness, cases 2 $290 843 7,006 154 181 236 642 120 115 133 200 Total $32,459 Flour, bbls... 460 I'ork.. ....... 300 Lard, lba. ...7,249 Rice, bbls. . .. 76 Fish 1C0 HAYTI. 93.566 Codfish, lbs.62,400 480 Tobacoo, cases 64 875 Hardware.... 40 760 Sugar, boxes. 67 476 Candles 60 Total 913,633 BRAZIL. Flour, bbls 2,462 925,236 BRITISH EAST INDIES. Flour, bbla. . . 151 91,690 Coal, tons..,. 120 9604 Dcmeiiica, Da 128 7,240 Total 99,434 Sugar, ca?ea. . 26 Bu'ter, lbs. .. 4S7 Dry gorda, cs 52 Domestics. .. . 403 1. R. goods, cs 1 Haidwate..,. 151 GJue, case... 1 Total MEXICO. 9466 Wh. oil, gals. 428 109 Paper, reams 900 9,509 Wine, cases.. 31 28,930 Cocoa 45 160 Candles,' bxs.. 48 4,234 Lumber, tt. 41,360 142 Flour, bbls.. 1,330 l'oik 55 laia, lbs.. . 4,420 Ckdbsb 12,376 Total.,, BRITISH GTIAKA. 915,629 Beans, bush.. 133 1,191 Rice, tea 28 749 Hay, ba 68 695 Hardware.... 30 Clocks, 50 Shoe* 42 Furniture.... 646 l'eiper 60 Tobacco, lb. 30, 390 Fire crack's. 2.000 Starch, bbl.. 1,070 Itamestica.. .. 125 Rice, bbls.... 850 F.our 170 I'ork 60 Hams, lbs.. .4,030 Butter 1,100 Baccn 5.650 Scap 160 Flab, bDls. . ,, 100 D-^> goods, M . 64 ARGENTINE RKPrnUC. $405 Tea, ch 801 660 Twine, bdla.. 340 2,236 Crcoa, bags.. 60 4,099 Woodware . . . 260 633 Wlcking 210 8.443 Varnish 6 2,704 Cement 280 6,397 Sp. turp'tine. 80 7,784 9,776 Total AFRICA. 91.461 Tobacoo, hhd a 36 '746 Hardware, cs. 50 418 Beans, oks.... 6 157 Books, bxs ... 6 660 Clothing, oa.. 2 104 Machinery.... 2 638 Lumber, ft.. 50. 000 6,314 1M PORTA TIOK9 OTHER THAN DRT GOODS. Pkpt. Alabaster orn. 60 Brlatlea 4 Books 45 Baskets 13 Buttons 97 Brushes 16 Cheete 68 (Xffeo 10,636 Cbita 1,411 2 29 147 8 187 17 10 6 6 625 3 44 700 475 62 6 Crmba Cccoe. Coal.. Clocks Clay., Corks.*" [\\\" goods." I ' I>r ug?, ie Aloe-? Sriwstot'e'.'.'' 'hnroform. g/'o. polsah!.' SKk,"* GnmArabic;." Cochineal. ?'? ?c id...'' j Oac?d:::: if Ipecac.... i Quinine...."" ? Opium " j? ?sh. . . " is/ ^*h?'an root, 0 ? ???onla... 229 ?eruT. bark 1 lni Other drug*. . ' _ ? uj?*oo<l. P*'nts, 4c pB* 10 *ustfe 10 Oolora.. .7 dye. . I,. 2 Ifrwood... I* Oils,,..; Oranges '" PlUtDK * _ Currants.,".'.; 206 tUb . . " " ' 62 ,T ?a?;.v.-.W Honey, !? robber. , J * * Fancy goodi! 45 fI*te glass.. . 22 Ttui.... 18 28 466 120 Value. $696 619 7,910 1,619 27.8S8 8.681 4,254 152 036 12:7t9 600 463 666 131.278 '468 639 804 2, '283 447 804 1,000 127 1,566 2 316 1,447 3,523 300 196 171 1,771 374 6,818 8,692 1 996 368 6,466 619 1,117 26.724 2113 806 988 2,666 1,372 6,261 14,328 43,367 7,938 1.249 17,475 16,296 8 499 2,607 1,382 4,756 1,671 20,450 29,400 647 16,897 2.839 81838 246 1349 7,698 2.644 2,662 0.499 44,477 4,317 8,494 tUg*. Nautical 1 Surgical 2 Irory ? Jewelry 27 Oil paintings. 16 Liquors ? Brandy 2 101 Porier 110 Gin 79 Dr?eed skins. 84 Undressed do. ? Leather 28 Patent do.... 3 Boots & shoes 2 Metal goods ? Cutlery 106 Hardware.... 270 Iron 388 Pig iron 541 Sbeet iron.... 510 Tubes 40 Wire 16 Guns 39 Steel 1,626 Dj. frames. . 2 7.1oc 69 Needles 22 Saddlery 12 Lead 6,142 Tin plates.. .3,236 Banettin 360 Platlos Cooper Do. ore.... Plated ware. . Metal goods.. Brass do Silverware.. . Sheathing.... Old metal ? Machinery.... 7 Marble ? Mill stonee .... ? Molasses 939 Paper 78 Do. hang's. 180 Perfumery ... 28 Pipea 2 Plants 68 Sugar, hhds.. 1,968 Do. boxes, fcc.12, 618 Spices 1,040 Soaps 8,067 Salt ? Stationery .... 20 Seeds 96 Tobaeceo 1,884 Tea 5,760 Rags 190 Watches 69 Wines 2,068 Champagne . . .6,664 Woods Mahogany ? Cedar ? Box ? Brazil ? Sappan ? Willow ? Wool 120 Waste 10 Flocks 36 Gloe 6 Other articles ? $382 276 618 678 665 510 .$46,470 91,602 1,161 174 .920,811 91.961 1.415 846 444 492 440 360 619 946,492 96,631 190 663 366 111 1,147 340 . 919,714 Valw. 9671 186 6,096 18,273 2,106 102,304 932 4,309 16.570 21,419 11.831 1.416 1,026 89,380 63,807 20,232 10 646 1,686 466 32$ 7,742 39,174 SCO 4,263 8,421 3 980 41 64t 23,361 4,767 2,680 399 660 630 6,688 217 300 2.291 2,016 669 600 929 33.407 2,830 10,942 2,886 167 * 8,966 131.906 66,781 10 623 12,162 600 9,166 2,991 87,210 61,406 8,469 98 021 9.103 41,709 4,270 2 282 2,896 1416 880 2,261 3.899 1,476 474 137 316 .91,618,016 Mock BidtanMi Saturday, March 22, 1866. $10000 Virginia 6e. . . 94 \ 100 shs Erie RR. . b60 67 '? 20660 Ohio 6'a, '56... 100 W 260 do e 67* 10000 Missouri 6's... 84)? 200 Harlem RR 26 30 New Jersey RR.. 122 20000 do.... .*10 84% 1000 do... IMOBarlea 1st M ba 86 1400(1 111. On. RR bis 90% 1600 do 90% 2000 N. Y. Oeo. 6 s. 88% 600 N. Y. Ce*. 7's. 192% 600 C. k T. dir. bds 79 3000 Hud . R 1st M be 98 75 ahs Phenix Bank . 112 IftahsCom'wtfeBk. 97% 83 84% 300 Reading RR 500 300 IOO 100 100 100 92% 92 do. do alt 92 do f3 92% do blO 02 do do bflO 92 92% 200 IB Central RR . . . 97 % 26 Hud* RIt RR . s3 34% 1W do N MS 6 ehs Na<M?a Bank, 103 50 do 34% SrbsHtuover Bk.. 96 200 do *60 3-!% 28 hI'm Bk Commerce 108% 6 Mich Cen KS. . . . 9 tS 18 Bk State N Y.... 108 400 MIchS&NIaR.bJO 94 60(i Life & T.Oo.btO 94% 60 do 9 3% ltO i'eDD Coal Co... 97 V 100 do *10 #3% ?00 do b04 98 50 Chi & R'x IsR. b30 96 900 Nic. Trant.it Co.. 14% 100 do bl6 06 600 do 14', 200 do. 816 96% ?J00 do 14% 106 do 9b ICO do. 14 \ 60 Wis Lake S R b45 78 100 Cum. Coal Co. *16 23 12 do 72% 60 do o 23 67 MUwaukie&MlasB 8 J% 60 do blO 23V lOStxth Av RB.... 82 100 do b?0 23 ^ 100 Clavefcl'ittsR.bSO 66 X 160 do *3 23 200 do b60 68 10 N Y Central RR. 92% 100 da 66^ liO do 92% 676 Cleve & Tol R. . s3 77% 450 Erie RB *3 67 % 600 .do bOO 7T% 200 do a60 57 k 200 do b30 77 400 do b3 67% 200 do *16 77% 250 do elO 67)4 '-00 do sflO 77 660 do 83 67% 100 do 830 77 fOO do 08 67 % 100 Peuams RR ...s2 106% loo do 67*4 6$ do li)5% 200 do 860 57 8BOON9 SOAK*. $6000 Virginia 6's... 94% 100 shsReadlngRR.sS 92 tOOOlll. Ce?.RKbda. 90V 100 do alO 92 1000 Ch & It. Isl RR. 98 V 200 do 92 20 sbs 0. Life 4t T.Co 94 200 do b30 92% 410 Nic. Trannit Co.. 16^' 26 Hud River RR.. 34* 1 00 do ?60 16% 2OOMiob.OuBB.b6O 94 100 do 16% 100 do.... .R4ai 93 100 no. & Keyp't Jt. % 100 C. & Tot. RR.s30. 77% 10 N. Y. Can BR... 92% 200 do b30 77% 150 Erie BB s3 57% 300 do MO 77% 100 do h8 67% 460 do b30 77% 100 do aW 67 160 Ob. k R. Iel. RB. 96 100 do 67% 100 Harlem RB.. ,b3 20>? 200 do b60 67% CITY COHUUBKCIAL BBPOBT. SATCRDAT, March 22 ? 6 P. M. A>hks ?Small sflea were made, including pots, at $6 87% a $6; pearls we:e $7 76 a $8. The stook of aahe? on Fri day, March 21, was as follow* : ? Pott, Mi. Pearlt, Ms. First sort 261 40 Second tort 29 ? Third sort.. 3 ~~ Coademaed 8 1 Total 301 41 Total pots and pearls 342. _ BiutADCTTTra.? Flour ? The market was again farmer. The locg continued purchase# of oommon grades have reduced the supply of this description, and hence, with less offering, the market assumed a firmer tone. The stock of all kinds in this market is said to be abeut 160 (00 bbls. The transactions for the day embraced about 7,010 a 8,000 bbla.. including common and medium grades of Slate and Western, at $6 81% a $6 87%. At toe opening some common Sta'e was sold at $8 75, at which do more could be purchased. Extra State sold at $7 12% a $7 37%, and low grades of extra Western at $7 a *7 25 a $7 75 to $8 for good do. Sales of good oom mon to extra St. Louis were made at $8 26 a $11. Extra Geteste was unchanged. About 800 a 900 bbls. Canadi an flour were sold at $7 37% a $9 26 for common to ex tra brands. The pales Included about 800 a 900 bbls. Southern was steady, with sale* of about 1,500 bbls. at $7 62% a $8 from mixed to choice, and $8 to $9 25 for laney and extra. Bye flour ? Sulort about It 00 bbls. at $1 26 a $6 26. Small sales of Jersey meal were made at $3 37% a $3 50. Wheat? There was a good n UUng demand for prime qual ities, which were hela at full prices; Canadian white sold yesterday at $1 92, and waa held to day at $1 96; the Hales to-cay foo'ed up about 8,000 a 9,000 bushels, in lots, at $1 CO a $1 65 for damnged and inferior rei Ten nfftMMt, hni common Southern white at $1 81, and good do. oo. at $1 90. Corn? The market wai heaey; the nales embraced mixed and fair Southern white at 63c. a 66o . and < ne parcel of 6,600 bushels prime Southern white at 68%c ; prime jeilow Southern tor contract de livery wan at 69c. a 70c. The aggregate sales reached about 12,000 bushels. Rje was cheaper; sees of 4,000 bushels were made at $112 a $113. Oats were in >lr demand for State and Western. ? Con- kk.? The msrket wae firm; tbe sales embraced the balance of a cargo of 1,600 bags o( Rio at ll%c.; 25 do. Maracatbo at 12c. ; and a lot of Lagnjara tlrlage at 9%c. C oi ton ? The sales embraced about 3,000 bales, chiefly in trans'tu, the market closing firm. Fbkigbis. ? The large aril vain of vessels had a tendency to cheek engagements- To Liverpool, about 600 bale* of coi ton were engaged at 9-32d. to 6- 16a ; about 6.000 bush, grain, in bags, at 7%d.; flour was at about 2s. 6d., and 200 boxes bicjn were engaged at 27s. 6d. There was no thiig new to London or Havre. A vessel was taken up for Hamburg, to load with grain, at Ud., and cotton ?t ^BAY? galea were made to a fair extent at $1 12 a $118% per 100 lbs. Bums.? The stock has become reduced, which has led to increased firmness, with a more active demand. An ad vac ce of % per cent per lb. has been realized during the week for nearly all descriptions. Taere are said to be about 60 000 hides dus de'ayel by the long passages of vessels. The receipts have been 19,580, of which 13,681 were from foreign ports. ... . Ikon.? Scotch pig wa9 felling ia lots at $36 a $37 per ton. 6 months. . Ijutuer ? Toe reverity of the winter having kept bask receipts, the stock is leas now than kno wu for several yeara past at the same season of the year. The market throughout the week has been quite Irm. Oak Is scaree, and commands hif h prises. Rough upper ia in scant supply, and commands ftill prices. The movement for the week has been as follows:? Hemlock, Oak. Reoelpt't ? ????? 82100 5,700 c,|!!!P 89,100 6,600 Stock".'. V.V.V.V.". 18,00? 2,000 Voi-ts-'M ?The market was better; sales of ? bout 400 a 500 bbia. New Orleans were made, at 41c. a 48c. Naval Stohib ?The market was heavy; sales of about 700 bbis spirits were reported, at 38c., cash. Rosin and raw turpentine were quiet. ... .... , Oils? -English lioseod vis in b6tt?r uwnnfl, witb sal?? of about 15,000 a 20.000 gallons, at 86c. ; crude whale was inactive, while refined waa In moderate request, at 90c. a 92c. for wlrter bleached, manufactured was qoiet. p BO visions. ? Pork ? The market waa steady, with sa?a of about 260 a 300 bbls.. ineludinfr mess, at $16 87%, aad prime at $14 87 a $16. There was a good demand for rump pork, with sale* of about 100 bbl?. at $14; refuse pork generally ru'ed high, and was said to be wanted by Eaclers of low grades of prime m?ss tor the French mar et. Beef wis steady, with sales of about 100 bbls. .at $8 26 a $8 75 for country prime, and $9 26 a $11 for country meM; beef hams were *t $13 a $16 60. Dressed hogs ia good denand, at 8%c. a 9c. Bacon wassiaroe am firm: sales 50 hhds. rougn sides, at8%c.; and 60 bxs. loig middles, ribless. at 9c. Lard waa flrmer, with more doing; the sales embraced abcut 600 bbis., at 9J?c. a 10%c. Butter was selling moderately, at 17c. a 22c. lor Ohio, and at 21c. a 28c. tor State. Cheese t?as dull, at 8c. a lOVCe Bkal Ettatk ? Howe and lot aouth si^e Twentieth street, 176 f :et ease of Tenfh aveaae, 16 by 63 feet. $7,100; adjoining. $6,900; 6 lots southeast corner oi Eighth ave nue and 128th street $2,000. ' Rick was quiet at 4%e. a 4%c. Sph m ?5 casas autn-;gd were sold at 96c. ; and 26 bags pepper at 11 %e. . ... Scoab.? The market waj quiet, while prices were steady. Ihe tr?a?actlone were confined to some 100 hhds. in lots, chiefly Cuba muscovado, part of wh!ch Skid.? Clever was in fair demand, at 13%'c. a 14c. Small sales of timothy were mate at $3 50 a $4. Tallow Sales of 12,000 a 15,000 lbs. were raported at 10c al0%c. Market dill. Tea.? The auctioa sale to-day waa well attended, and all the gTeens and a good portion of th? blacks were sold. For the former full prices were obtained, while the latter were bid off at about former rates. The stock has b?n augmented by reoeat arrivals from China. Whisk&t.? The market was dull; abcut 200 bbls. Ohio and prison were reported at 29c. a 30 o. Weekly Report of Oeathi In the efty and ooanty of New York, from the 16th day of March to the i2d day of alareh, 1866. Men, 64: women, 68; MT', 128; g'-rls, 101 ? Tjtal, 361. Adults, 132, children, 229, males. 192; fouialaa, 169; eolorel persona, 7. Mi? Abecen, of the foot 1 Fe/er, scarlet 2? Apoplexy 3 Fever, typhoid 8 Ap< pltxy, ?erous 1 fever, typhus........... * Asthmn 1 Fracture of the skull.... 1 Bleeding 1 Hardening of the flesh Bleeding Irom lungs 2 (inCant)...... 1 Bleeding from navel 2 Heart, disease of......... 6 Bleeding from womb.... 2 Heart, dlaeate valvular.. 1 Bronchitis 12 Hooping cough 3 Burned or ecalded- .... .. 1 Inflammation of bladder . 1 Cancer of the lirer 3 Inflammation of bowels . . 8 Caneer of the stomach. .. 1 Inflammation of brain.... 9 Cancer of t he thigh 1 Inflammation of heart. ... 1 Cancer of the womb 1 Inflammation of liver .... 1 Casualty 1 Inflammation of lungs... 23 Casualty (fall) 1 Inflammation of stomach. 1 Casualty, (run over by Inflammation of threat.. 1 rail cars) 1 Insanity 1 Congestion of brain 8 Jacndloe (infantile) 1 Congestion ot Hver 1 Killed or murdered (by Constipation of boweU. . . 1 blow on the heed) 1 Consumption...'. 48 liver, disease of. 3 Convulsion*, adult 1 Malformation of anus.... 1 Convulsions, infantile . . .38 Marasmus, adult 8 Convulsions, puerperal.. 1 Marasmus, Infantile ....20 Croup 11 Measles 8 Debility, adult 1 Mortification, of the leg. 1 Debility, lnfoatile 6 Old age 8 Delirium tremens 2 Palsy ?. D'abe'es 1 Parturition, difficult .... 1 Diarrhoea 4 Premature birth. 4 Dropsy 4 Rheumatism 2 Dropsy la the chest S St. Vitus' dance.,.. 1 uropsy in the head.. , . . .14 Scrofu'a J Dysentery .... 4 Smallpox 8 Enlargement of heart.. . . 1 Spine, disease of.... .... I Rryslpelas 4 St'.Uhjrn 24 Exposure, 1 Suicide 1 Fever 2 Taethlng * Fever, Intermittent 2 Fever, puerperal 2 Tetel .361 UCAPTICLATIOB? MSlAgBI CLAMS. Bones, joints, Ac 0 Stillborn and premature Brain and nerves 81 birth 28 Henerative organs 0 Stomach, bowels and other Heart ani blood ves leU . . 8 digestive organ* 60 Lungs, throat to 101 Onoertain seat anl geae Old age 3 ml lave.- 26 Skin. to., anl ecuptive Urinary organ* 2 fevers 40 ? ? Total ? >331 ?Of which 7 were fx Jm viol sat caaiee g AOS Cnder 1 year Ill $0te4C yeer* 785 lti 2 year* 8ft 40 tu 60 yean 30 S te 6 year* 87 WtoGOyein 113 I to 10 year* 28 $0 to 70 yean. ........ 18 10 to lo yean 3 7$ to 80 yean 37 16 te 20 yean ? 80to$$yeen. 4 96 to 26 yteri M Vnknewn *> iW to 80 yean 11 ' ? pi I . ??> II It t.|M V . ,nW( British AjEcriea.. 1 i* land 1 England .? 7 Prussia ' Kraure - Soot lead 1 Germany .28 Bwit/.srlaod 1 Irelau '16 United ?tat*i knico 1 Total ?361 rvMio unnrroTiiMia. Almshouse, Blkwll's L*I. . 1 lunatic Asylum, Blk's hi - 2 Believua Hospital 3 Lying in Asylum 1 City Hospital 4 St. Vincent's HtsplUl. .. 1 Colored Home Hospital.. 1 Ward's lal. Emlg't Huap. . 16 Coloiei Orphan A?yium.. 1 Workhouse, Blk's 1*1 8 Home of the Friendless. . 1 ? Total 34 1 ? 13 ? ....13 8 3 14 14 4 18 16 18 B (melaJwCltyHonp'lVlfl 16 14 6 14 IT 7 19 18 13 8 18 197'ncludee Blk's Island 0 10 Hoeeitala) 18 10 ? 28 30 1 1 34 21 (includes 3'raeHos'lV 24 12 (include* R. and W 22 8 b and Boepltal* 28 ? Total 881 GEORGE W. MORTON, City Inspector. Ot J Inepeetor's Ofllee Wew Tort. March 22 18M. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAY. FWASCIU. $999.500?yfiifti O k Jiviur, Duiokm, 4a, On MaKCHAaDUi, hbuaus, Ac. frtimmii' Hun Bodoot. J. MACDUFF tOO, 396 Broadway. tann fWl/V MOMBYTOLoANOli WMOHI8, DIA CDUU.UUU monde, Jewelry, mani dry |Ji.inl all kinds el personal property, or bought Tor oash, and a no for ?ale ebeap. Notes, bonis, mortgagee, stocks, fto., negotiated. Mo. HX2 >assaa street, room* Mo. 2 and JH, earner u( Ann. THOMPSON A CO.. broken and nommlsrinn merchants. fcrr'T fW l A? WATOHBS, DIAMOND JKWBLRY, SE I .UUUgari, aad every description of Tunable pro perty, bought and eeM or JOS. S IBaaC, Mo. 11 Chamberst, basement dffioe, from 8 till 8. Business prompt aad eooHdM tial. Old gold aad silver bought. Mo b ukases transacted a* Saturdays. 4ft Of kO WANTED? ON BOMD AND MORTGAGE, CO.Ul/U at six per sent, fw 8 or 6 years, oa city property worth 823,000, unincumbered. Apply to WM. M McKiMM, corner of Bleeekar and Oarmiae streets, any day before Ma. M. nnn-i? small first mortgages on W I . VUU Brooklyn property, tor ssle, at 20 per cent dts oounL Ihej are well secured inquire ot tAPPkN TtJWN tEpI>, 82 > aasau street, up stairs. OOO WaNTKD-THB ABOVE BUM, TO START iPO.UU U . a patent, which wi 1 vleld 860 000 within sn months Reference Riven to engineers, ot the highest standing. Address with real name, stating whire an toterview may be bad to ensure attention, W. R. K. Herald office. Hi iO TO 810.000 WANrF-D, OS FR<;M THSRK TO ipO.UUU five j ear's time. Will give ample rral estate securiij on propmj In Illinois, and the legal ra e ot interest there, which is ten per tew. Address, for one .week, Illinois, box 4 5H4. TO 82,000 WANTltD. -ANT PERSON WISH iPi.uUv Ing to invest the aoove amount ic. an express business, long established and in succesalui operation mt< be sure or rea'iztrg ten per ceut and upwards, or wou d take in the right kind ot a young man aa active partner with the above amount. Address Earnest, Hera d office, with real name. Ant amount or moj?ky ts loan on short terms, and purchase at eash prioes diamonds, watch as, S 'ate, rich jewelry aud valuable personal property generally. >. WOOD. 09 Fulton street second floor, Bon; room, 9 a. M. to 6 P. M. A few superior oil paintings for sale at a bar gain, or exehanged tor merchandise. Atlantic fire insurance oompant of brook-' lyn. Mar eh l, 1806.? A semi-annual dividend of eigh; psr ?ent has this day been declared, pavab ? on demand. HORATIO OORR, Secretary. A DIVIDEND OF HTE PERCENT HA8 BEKS DR elat ed uprn the capital stock of the Chicago and Rock ad Railroad f onpauv, payable on and atter the 12th day of April, at the office ot the co.np.my, fo. 13 Willi wn street. Tbe transfer books will be closed from the let io the 12th of April. A. O. FI.AQO, Treasurer. A GENTLEMAN DESIROUS OF SEEING THE WORLD, with a capital of 82.000 to 83,000, with good address, will now buve an opportunity seldom crever me' with io- take charge oi a most respectable affair, b alary 8180 par montb, with travelling exi enws paid. Be Is to receive six Eer cent Interest for bis money. The money to be used for -sown fit ou.and Inoldental expenses, he having tor His se curitv len times the smouat in bis own possession, with the pilvilege to draw ?ut his money at any tune, by g viag tnree months' notice Ihu speculation brings the gentleman in re spectable asscclatlon with the first people of every covnlry he v sits. No person ne?d aiplr who nss not the ready monev, and willing to lrave immediately. Address P. P. M., Broad way Poet office. A LADY WlSdKS 1UK LOAN OF FIFTY OR SsYUNTT five dolUirs; wou'.d give board at a reduced pr'ce for the sdvancement o) the above sum; note but honorablo par'ies will nlesse answer this; references exchanged; location up town. Address Board, giving name and address, Union sqoars Post office. Money to loan? on diamonds, watcher, jbw elry, pianos, dry goods, sagars aad every description o< valuable property, or bought for cash, thooks, bonds, notes, mnrtsaages, 4?., negotiated: Watches and jewelry for sals. & TBaTkR.334 Broadway, rooms Nos. 1 and S. seeond story. Money can always bh instantly obtained on securities, valuables, merchandise, Ac. Undoubted business paper and property V known value bought for oash at stgbt All transactions strictly confidential and safe, at tbe old established aad resoonsiole Pacific loan and flnanclai oi floe. 114 Grand street, over Pacific Bank. Money, money.-monry can always be ob tained on hnmediste appileation at the money office, 610 lin adway, up stairs: office hours, fttim nine to four. Watches, dismonas jewelry, Ac , bought srd sold. NEW YORK LOAN OFFGH AND REAL ROTATE Agere*. 30A Proadwav, corner oi Dnane street, room No. 3, third floor ?The proprietor In now prepared lo loan or buy lor cash all descriptions of personal property, watches, diajnocda, Ac , horses, carriages, harness, cloths, sl'ks, snd also works of art. Buslne's prompt, accommodating ana con fldt .I'taL Private offices lor the reception of ladies N. B ? Parties waited upon at their resldencea. OFFICE OF THE NEW YOBK AND NEW HAVEN Railroad Oompany. No. 1 Hanover street ?Notice to bondho ders.- Holders of 7 per oent bonds ot this company, are hereby notified, that in pursuance of an aot of the General Assembly ot the State of Connecticut, passed at Its las'. May session, the trees srer Is authorized and prepared lo exchange for the outstanding bonds bearing 7 per cent interest and aot secured >y mortgage bends authorized by the before mentioned act. beating 6 per cent Interest, and secured by an only morl gage the company's road, franchises. Ac. Said exchange will be made at this office until further notice By order of tia Di rebtors, WILLIAM BNMBNT, Treasurer. Mew York, March 11, 1896. PACIFIC MAIL BTBAM8H1P C JMPAMY-N?W YORK March II. 1856 ?Tbe stockholders of this Company are hereby notified that It'e new certificates of stock. Issued under the recent amendment to Its charter, dividing the capital into shares of one hundred dollars each, will he ready for delivery on 'be 22d instant, on the surrender ot the present outstanding certificates. FREDERIC HOFFMAN . Secretary. Savings bank.? mariners' savings institc Hon, corner of Third avenue and Ninth street, for the bene fit of all classes of p? rsons. Interest allowed at the rate of 6 per cent ne sums or WOO sad under, and 9 per oent en sums above 8W.0 All sums deposited on or before the 1st of April will draw Interest from that day Bank open dailf from 9 A. M. to 1p.m., and on Wednesdays and Saturday from ft to ij o'clock. P M. THOMAS B. STILL MAX, President P. W. Enos, First Vice President. Isaac T. bMiTn. Secretary The Manhattan oab light company hereby give i.ollce, thattroTn ard att?r the In*, of October the price of their gas wltl be rtdu~e4 trom lhr?j dollars to two and a half dollars per 1,000 cubic feet 8. H. HOWARD, Secretary. CXUTHINlt, an . rt/1/1 WORTH OF NEW AND CAST OFF OLOTH jpu.UlH ' 'ng wanted.? THOB. D. COW ROY, licensed is buy eiothlog < f every desenptlnn Qeotlemea having large or small r -l? to c!lspese ot will twelve the highest pries for thea by en ug at the stora or addressing Thomas D. Conroy, No. 481 Pear, street. $9 (kHn WORT 8 OF CAST OFF CLOTHING WANT i.UUU ea.? The highest price given and cash paid in current money Gentlemen havfeg good liftoff or superflu nus clothirg to dispose of, can obtain liberal prices by sending tbeir eddrese. or calling on JAMKS MORON EY, IZ2 Walker street, near Centre. CASTOFF CLOTHING WANTED.? LADIRB AND F AMI lies can obtain the highest eash prloes tor oasteff nlothinf by seeding, through poet or otherwise, for Mrs. Ssater, 4W Broadway , up stairs. Gentlemen attended '-o by Mr. S. CLOTHING - LADIES OR GBHTLBMEN HAVING ANT to dispose of can receive a fair eash price by sending to tbe store, ho. 12 lAurees street, near Canal, or No. SI WsW Broadway, or letter by post LadJee atteadeq by Mrs. Oohen B. COHEN. Ladies and gentlemen, plbasb give your attention.? Hid highest prices paid in oash for 'adles' silk dresses snd gentlemen's east off c'o<ltirg. also jewelrv, rural ture ard carpets by H. DB QHOOT, at 134 Seventh avenue, between Mneteenth and Twentieth streets. Ladles attended by Mrs DeG. SMITH BROTH FB'8 oitg ritrre clothing warehouses, 122 and 140 Fu>ton strest. The price is marked < n ail the goods In pis la figures. No deviation In prioes SMITH BROTHERS, _ __ 122 and 140 Ku.ton street. mO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. 1 BM1TM BBOTBERtt, lit and 140 Fulum street, X. Y., MannflMtorers of Src clothes, Call the attention of firemen to tbeir large stock of drab and blue beaver, pi ot and feh cloths which they have now oa hand. Bamplae of their Ore coats can be seen at Ihelr stores. SMITH BROTHERS. 122 and 140 Fulton street TO MERCHANT TAILf RS? CI.OTHINO WANTED IN exchange for tea. In amounts from Ave tooie hundred dol lar*. 1 fA iood and cheap. At'dre- s Tea Exchange. Herald tffioe. for time days, stating name and plaoe of biuuiess, and a bargain will be given. A. DANCING ACADEMIES. PODWORTH'8 FRIVATM DANCING AOAOB imImh* Mo. 808 Bread way, New York; Jfo 1.W Meaiagne plane, OroMfn, will son Unite open unM the 1st at June, enabdng those whs eomsnence at tie present Mroe te a-implele a fell qaarter. The slsasee ars so arranged taat begtenereoaa eaters* sn/ time veth nqeai ad7aatSLges. rUHMTl'RE. /COTTAGE AND rANCY FDBNITUBE WARE ROOM 4. V at 6U Broadway, opposite St Nicholas Hotel.? O MAf 1 HEWS offers tor sale the most extensive assortment of tans r eottags enamelled and French furniture m the United Stat n at reduoed prioes Every variety of mstirimis.pe assess, plllees, bosterx, Ac., at soaaulknterar's priees. WUBNtTCBE -FOE SALE, THE FURNITURE OF A r snai: family glvlag up boosekeeptng, oonsuUag of car pete, bureau*, aad everything ueeful tor family :ise. Rent fcw. lurnltuxe cheep, tor osek. Addrem M, f , HeraM OR l'OOb P8> ooooa A U*T OP NfcW SPBINO ? iocoirMfc (tg hTORK 1HH BQWEhT a* VIA - k-^_ *? 118 Bnm iron U to 2*3 K.n h!L* ? ? "<? Is. to 2s. 81. N w shawis iwiHtoto C* ?'?*!* from Od u> iiw We have rnadis MTOfrrmenU ^'m'iinrtWV 'sH?" 111,144 01 M A>HLLAH, TaLMa*. Vffil?n ' nt thali ezh/bJt our namplei no ... . "OK.UT, Mwri 24, IDT QUABtlty prepjra* to tell or receive order* M? q short M (iOo.OuO. , We have msde new contract* with the Emiwv Til ttirers, and hercafu-r nils 1 veil on in?re fsvorabi* -k kicd* of domestic goo4>, Unto ?J,. oooeern la New V*. Gooim for Men's tm> Boys' Weak. W e have probably Ihs-bew assoruneot in town. wr 1 be p'aee to buy soodir to iiuch advtnUge u tomvc- * .? j ari at the same time, hu?e Ute banetii o< a Urge stork good aatoruafirt. is at tbe Bow em v Savi?m Store, 126 lV>waar. _ F. W. A W. t. GILLB9, A MKW ARTICLE IN BMBKOIDKRED 8WI84 MVO Un. ?tillable for basque?! dresses, Ac , Ao:: trimming*' ?>? 1 match. ?. B;? 2W) jaconet nets, from auction. ?er? low FKTh.lt ROBKRTri 4 CO.. ?7 6- Broad way. I AH KXTENftlVK STOCK OF BLACK GUIPURE A NO thread laoes will be ooened on Monday, March 17. Also, ! 600 black lace vetls. at 92 26, exceedingly low PhTER ROllCRlS ACQ 'a. 376 Broadwsy. BARKGKS, PRINTED LAWNS, OH ALLIES A*: beverai large lots of new spring-dress good*. J H oT KKCK1 VKI) FROM AVOfloN, will be ready Monlfcy , March 21. Af VSHY LOW PRICKS. LORD A TAILOR, 266, 267, 269 and 281 Orandat., And new numbers M and 10 Catharine*. Black thrkad lacks.- just received. per steamers Arabia' and Persia. a lull aasortmeot of Mack thread laoes, in al widths, add black thread veils Also, a large asaoitmeut of lace se h alwayson- hand and for ail? by AR.sOLD lODflTAfiUE A CO., 62 Canal street, near Broad way. O AREGE FLOUNCED RoBKS? A> raois auction. At J-t 60 each. AlSO. Ten cases Paturle, Lupine A Oo.'i plain self colored Bariukh, fkom 2h. Ufwariw i-rk Yard. A. T. HTHWA.&T A CO.. Broadway. Chambers and Raade sheets. Black laces ? a new lot, just opened: also Guip ur? nod Chaotill* ^toilers, at our usual rate of prtoe*. Veils from 12s. to 16. of the bast Imitations known. French embroidered bands, skirts, basque*, mtullos, and'oo'lars and tleeves to match, with a large variety ot ether article* la oar line. Mli-LKK A GRANT. 371 Broadway. CHEAP DRT OOC'DS, FROM AtJOTIOK. J. BKCK A CO. ate now ottering, Much below eoet, HUES, OR LAIN ES. BAitEOF.S, JACCONRTB, OKUAMMBg. STKU.A AHAWL8, Ac. 356 and 357 Broadway, 7?6 and 788 Broadway. OHKAP SILKS FROM AUCTION, Jw received a large lot of RICH FAJuCY PLaIOi AKO BROCADES. Also 10 000 yards more checked an' s riped sllfe*. at 64 to 7S oenl*. LORD A TAYLOR 266, 267, 2ofl.and M Grand st , And new uumoers. 47 and 40 Catharine st. C1HOIOK STOCK OF VaLKNCIK.NNKS, POINT D'AI J gui.ie, Hrus*e'.s and Uonlion laces, Ao. Jl. B.? Real Valenciennes edgings, at Is. per yard. PWl'itR ROBERTS A CP 'S. 37B Broadway. (CONTINUATION OF SaLF. J OF Lb.Ai'BK/vl'p K A CO.'H STOCK, At 347 Broadway, Comprising numerous recent arrlva & from Europe of orders la ?KW HPRINO (>oui>S, Given by the above firm, all of whlco mutt be sold at an lta menf e reduction, to cloze the assignment at^ounU. Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Linens, Mourning floods. flloyee, Ao. All at the same low prices that have gained for this saie a> large a totoriaiy. Q. B WILLIAMS A 00. CORSETS FOR THE SPRINO.-LADIBS GKTTINQ their spring dresses made in order to insure a proper fit, ehould procure a pair o! MRS. OaYNOH'S n'egant tittin^' French wove port eta, at 16 Third avenue, near Tenth street; or at 762 Sixth avenue, near Seventeenth street. COLORED DRESS SILKS! COLORED DRES3 SILKS 1 ! On sale this week. Ore hnndred pieces at 6a. One hundred and ten pieoes at 6s. Ninety five piece I at Si Filty munificent silk robes, at 22 Filly superlative do SO Imported expresely for Leadbeater A (Jo., will be sold at forty per caat below ooat of Importation, to close assignment accounts. O. B. WIuLI aM8 A CO.. 347 Broadway. pORSETS AT WHOLaHALK -T. H QAYNOR INVITES \J the stteatlon of buyers to his s'.ook ot German, English and American corsets, including railroad, self adjusting, Ac., Ao. Third avenue oars pass the door. 46 Third avenue, near Tenth street. L>RENCH EMBROIDERED BASQUES AND SKIRTS ? J ARNOLD ('ONSTABLR will open on Monday, March 24, a large assortment of the above goods. Also a good s'ook of other styles always on hand, at 62 Canal street, near Broad way. Great bargains in mourning goods ? WM. JACKSUN, 661 Broadway, Ca'ls particular at tsnt ton to the following lots ot desirable' goods:? M I dresses Foular silks for S6 90, worth $8. 860 pieces best quality Hootoh ginghams. Is., worth Is 9d. 900 pieces best quality French ginghams. Is 3d., worth 2s. 600 pieces beat quality French calico, 1s. . worth 2s 100 pieces flic de laines. Is , worth la 9d. 60 pieces Tamartlne (a new article). Together with a most superb stock of mourning slUu, In eluding black gros de Rhine, groi de grain, baraihea and ar mour; also, second or half mourning, in every style and qua lity, ta such prices as must defy competition. WM. J-ACKSON, (Successor to C. F. Bartho araew ) 661 itroadwar, Betweea Spring and Prince streets. GEORGE A. HEARN. 426 Broadway, WU1 opea on Tdksdat, March 25, Spring stv'es of Parts MANTELETS, Alto other novelties, all of his own importation. TAMES A. HEARN WILL OPEN ON TUESDAY, THE ' " mantelets, for beat - above Ninth street J BKCK A CO. ? Will open, on Monday, a rich and beautiful assortment of new Bi:k, Grenadine, Barege. and Organdy Flounced Robes. 366 and 367 Broadway, 786 and 788 Broadway. JAMES A. HEaRS lias nonopened His new store of TAirCT AMD STATUE DRY OOOM, No. 776 Broadway, above Ninth street. JW. GAY, DEALER IN MILLINERY GOODS, 253 . Greenwich street.? Pattern, dress and bridal bonnets, dre<B caps and head drestes; the largest assortment of straw boniets In the city; also flowers, ribbons, siiks, Ac. ; wood and plaster bonnet blocks, pressing machines, Ac, lermi liberal (0 tbe trade MAKTILLAS AND VISITER. All the newest Paris styles, FANCY AND PLAIN? MOIRK ANTIQUE, Ac., will be exhibited Mot day, March 24, 20 I Kit CENT SBM1W HBGniAR PRICKS. LORD A TAYLOR, 2T5, 267. 259 and 'Jf.l Gtaod si.. And new numbers 47 and 49 Catharine st. Muslin and lack curtains. FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH Oi the above named artie'es ordered by the late firm of LKADBKATKR A CO. trcm Ute least expensive to the most costly descriptions, at 40 per oent below cast of Importa'ton, wi.l be offered for aisle this weak, to close assignment accounts. O. B. WILLIAMS A 00., 347 Broadway. Mantillas for early spring.? A beautiful assortment of Parisian nnveitle*, now ready, at BULPllI'd EMPOKiUM, 361 Broadway. New barrge and tissue rohhs, being a portion of the orders placed with European ma uufheturtrs by the late Arm ot I^adbeater A Co., and pur ohasedwlth their general slock, at a diuount ot 40 percent from oost v ni be opened tor sale this week, and will be offered at tremendous bargains. Particular attention ta requeued to these goods. G. B. WILLIAMS A CO. , 347 Broadway. RIBBONS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, LAOES. Ac. A great vsrlety of new spring styles, now ready. Also COTTON, BILK AND WORSTED HOSIERY, at a heubciioh or 30 rs# cknt. LORD A TAYLOR, 3S6, 257, 250 and 281 Grand st, And new numbers 47 and 49 Catharine st, SUPERB EMBROIDKBIE4? Just received by the Persia. A. T. btlWART A CO., Broadway, Chambers and Reads streets. el 26th lnitant, his spring mantelets, for beat oKy trade, at his ntw store 7i5 Broadway , "" SILK BOBEP.-LK BOUTH'IER BROTHERS HAVE now a full assortment of silk robes, tn tbe moit cholcn de sign*; a Vo a great variety of new dreas silks , for spring and summer, at 60 Canal and 847 Howard streets. W1 M. JACKSON, LATE BARTHOLOMEWS, NEW MOURNINO bTORE. 661 BROADWAY, Having completed .be neoeasarv altaraUoaa lor the comfort of his customers, respectfully solicit* the attention ot ladies to his string Importations of bonnets aad mantillas, which will be found to tar surpsss anything belore Introduced iu mourning, combining elegance and neatness of style, and appropriate for every stage of mourning. These Important departments will be conducted by Mrs. Jackson, under whose superintendence, hitherto, this estab lishment baa scoured ao much renown. WM. JACK80N, tfoceeseor to C. F. Bartholomew, 861 Broadway, between Spring and Prince street*. T\! V. WILL CPF.N TWO MORE CASKS OF Y> FLOUNCED SILK RoBKS, For summer wear, At $16 Each, On Mo.iday, Match 24. A- T. STEWART A CO , Broadway, Chambers and Reade streets. KATRIMONIAL. A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, OF EDUCATION AND EE fine meat, vtth good prospects, wishes to stake the ac quaintance of a lad). ot t/ety and Intelligence, with a view to matrimony. The beat of rafereaees given and required. Ad ones L. M. P., Broadway Post office, for three days. MATRIMONIAL. -M'l.LK. RM1LI VtlJjpTR, PRO ftseor of aatfrrophv, or rea?ling of charafler by hand writing, sad spiritual writing medium, will, upon the reoetpt <it twenty Ave cent* (or equivalent In postage skaesps) and spe cimen of handwriting (address sufficient), send to nay - a full delineation ot 4etr character success. deeUny . they iuve or will marry. Ac. Address (with return postage! Kmlle VUietta, Breadwar Post oAee, New York. Non reM iW mm#i HMqmfcpa* m mm. H PR IN a WILLIUKRT, Si to ATTBAOYION OF NOVKLTY AT MADAMK B H4? rie A two's, 671 Broadway. -Madame ft. ben leave ta <4kil the attention ot her Dunrrnu fneada and stracgers ta I their e'egaat asaorlneni ot imported French nnnneta; thar were noticed by all (he leading newspaper* 01 Frdij, Hint 11. Pee Daily Tim*-* fur a detcrlpiUw 1/ tome of ihem for la ?i&Lie ocehaiol while poini lace, crowned end Oauhed aa ot e nt'lr wl'b a band of delicate white chid, and ornameated aa i he (/'h**r Bleu with a boguetot water llites, gnm ooral. the etbe. 0' d?e?. blue lace, was tru'j charming. Thla ud m<-o; oihrra may be seen al Madame B. UAbKU) 4SoN'9, 671 Broadway. AMILLtNlBY CARD FBOM MBS. CABTBB, 60S B-nadway ? a addition to my apnea importa-toe or Fat It millinery . the attention of ladles la particularly called W the large and elegant il >ck of fancy uraw and Neapolltaa bonnets troa material* nt our ?wn Importat'oa, and all at our own i?ake and with the aiiper'or talent alwaya eiiploie* al una ertablisbmeat and my owe wall knowa taste that law bouses 111 the busmea can compete and can excel ta rlchaess or be?ut> of atfle. or loanea* of price A new stye ot raiMee' end cbtldies'i ronnet* in great variety, and weft worthy the attention of thoae purchasing. CARTKR'd Boniton Lace Factory and Millinery, 1 6tB Broadway. Jjiikt.-r PbKBMlV MILI.INkRY.? MRS O. BCHLKGFI* ^ fo l'.% lmiaionstfeet, wll open, cn Mouday, Ma*ch 24, ? 'urge aid epieodid asfortoent of French mllllnerr, for the * log teaaun Millineta supplied wtlo pattern 9 on n eta - "" 'H10N8.-1HK CBKHfAL PALACK FIRST PHIZB U'A ver medal, F.mporlum of Fa*hlona ? Kan. DKMtt ** 375 Broadway informs the publ'c that her branch 'S ITanal street, oppoaite Greene coataina the oaest <e ft od ? rtutlc d??>gns of patterns ever offered, under e'ejjao. 1 -itecdenre of Mme Oooda 1 tile euperv OPENING DAY-MR3. W OPKNHITN. ?K It wTUI? wl" op*" m Hocaay. the 24'h inau. wtf ?V* it selectio* of Part* oonnet-i, together with her tuo ibok cirm. m mat ? ? ? ? ? ? oolleotlon nf nrlll*, ' mllllaerrare-parfle aJ*ny U1T1'??' as it w 11 be to phalr adv ta?e. LAlllRV RTRAW BONKtTS AT BUNNKTT'B. no. qh SrS^"r-A?a f "pmpleteaad e <*a- 1 sloe* of 1.<W faebiorable straw ??5a ????????< to retail purrhaaer*, an \ Fran! Bennett late :Ol 1% ealL ('leaniox and altortct 8 a m? '>0< M ADaMB VINTENT, FWB 5?,Lr ?,r M? r?iff0K_B'p . now at auo BUth av?nue,t* "L^ybatow IW leenth atreet, will open ParU oalt on Tueidar, March U. Madam joabpbinb Fiwuru *. n? nsKur. norierof Broadwav, wt lom 1 00 Thuraday, ?TIM tart, her aaeortmem of aprlng Paris mt i1a ,r>" ?o MADaMB KAHN, FBKNt'H Ml ' s ? K V. 26 Di VltM >jr atreet. N. T , respectful' yinfoitawht '"rlends and the pub lic that aha has juat received a I ull aaaoru 18?t ol genalna Phrta pattem bonnet*, <u,d sunpUea themtnU >e trade at verrtaa derate pr'ces. Cout.try milluera parttcotar 'T would da well W call aoon, befb -e purchasing e sewberi*: Mrs. |l,azabu6 Uaacij, 3?^ uith iom arB^ar. begs to call the attant ion of the larhnu'har openings spring mi littery, on Moaday.Marab iSi. whtek fa r beautr. taale and elf>satce of shape, cannot borurpaaaed. F. ??? MllMnaw tuppllaa at low prlnaa MBH HAIOHT WILL OFBM, ON SSfH OF A beautiful assortment of spring and ?nm?werk oonet?, of Ifce mn<t npprovf d aty lee, at 291' Oreenwich sir sat, betwaea Ohnmbit's and Warien streets. MBB M. H. PBKSTON BB8PBC TFrLLT INFUBW her paL-ons and the publtr thatebe will oonoa splaadM RHHortment o spring axilllaerT on Ihursday, march 3?, at bar a'ore aj,J show rooma No. Boaery, between l*'tooe aad Houston ? tree's, V| RflP AM US A NKUOA88 4 K08H WILL OFB 1 8 PBINB IVI mli'lnery on Tueadav, 26th tnat , at tueir new shiwroooa. No 4'H Broalway, ud slain- . We vould also be? to lafona the ladies that B'lle. N pu^ai-s hns returned in the Arag>. froas Paris wbere the relected a ver' choice amortixmt of the '.atpt.t and moat auproTed styles of bouoe'a caps, head' drs?Ma and llowers, vthlch we are now receiving, Plaase to ooll mm examine Mil LINl BY.-MRP. W B M.LI NOB, ?7 CAR aL STBRBT and at hemnw store, Utti Hrnadway, will open caaae <* arring Parlaisn bonnets, received by the Persia, direct fraai Parts, on Thursday, March 27. bha in rites the attention 0 ladiea generally. Millinbbt goods martin A I.AWSOV. Importer! ana Jobbers, H<4vj opened li their new store, 364 Broad war. comer of Franklin street, The largest anil most attract! re aasoruuent to be found in tto city, to wh'eh they invite the attention o mi llners and dealere t'REHCB XTKA\r AHU FATTkUK IIOH.XKTH, AUTIHCtAL ru>wa>8, RISDOlta. hilks, etc. MILLI*>R7 AND DBKSaMAKlKG -FOR BALK Ar a saorlflce, stock and anp'ianves. wi h furniture aad everj ror.veclenc<i fo- the imtccdlate uae ol aioru and' dweltag. a lfo, a Singer's tewing machine. Apply on tne premiaaa. 4SCa;nilae atieeL OPKNING OK SPRING AND 8UMMKB WILLI 1KBT Mrs M. Peely, >o t>lvlalon street, will ooen oa Ma day, 24th Instant a most e xtenai ve and beautiful aaaortmeat of spriri aid summer miliUery, of her own Importatioa aad macufnoture, to wtlch she most respectfully invites the attaa tlon ot her numerous patrons and the public generally. Aa Mr*. Feely Invariably in>po: Is be r own Krjnoh pattern boneeta. her styles (as usual) are entlre'y eonBned to her establishment, and cannot Ve procured at any other place. Merchants ana milliners wishing to procure pattern nonnea. will And It gre?Hy to '.heir advantage to call ana examine tola large and reonaraha asso tment. As usual, they wltl be Bujpdedon the mostrea conable terms. Mrs. M. FKKLY, No. 7H Divtaion at. lPKNINO DAY AT KKLLOSO'H, 128 CANAL RTBRB*. ' Narch J6 ? Toe 'adlea, ol Now York and elsewhere are invited to call and examine tee large and beautiful assortment of misses' and ehUdren's straw goods. Ladiea' riding hala. Aa PRNINO.-ON THJC DAY OP THR 27TH UF MA SOB Mrs. CRANK resoecttuljy invites her friend* and I O1 0 of the cHy to call at 306 Bleecker street, Urst Hoar, front roasL and examine ber rich and newest style ot silk bonnet* aad fM line of millinery articles. S1RAW GOOUBI STRAW GOODS? RinnOKb. I rench Flowers? Buds, P'queta, . elraw sheets? straw Twist, Material for Florists, Ac , at reduced prices tor CASH. HOMKB A KBTCHOM. CAKPETINGN AMD VPHVL8TBRT. NEW PPB1NO OARPKTINOB. Full assortmenlot " Crossley's" latest nattartM. RICH VhLVKT AND 1 APr.SlRY BRUBBMuS. Also Tsp*atrr Ingrain carpeting* at 6s. per yard. Tapestr? Br'tsaala carpeting* at 9a. per yard. Also Otlcloths, r'lgs mate, so aw statting, Ac Ac Be LOhD A TaY lx?B, 266, 257, 25# and 261 Orand sL WIWKS AND LIQUORS. HKR MaJPSTY QUKBN VI iTORlA'8 WINB MSB chant, by spacial appointment -JaMF.s M ,\BK WBLL, lata propriew; of iabotMin'a, Long's, the London and the Graftoa Hotels, snd tie North and Botith American OolTee bouse, and Citv Beading Booms, has removed the whole of his exteastva and nla botced wine stock to the cel'ars of his various prlvasa houses In Albemarle atreet. American lrlends acd uatraaa will be plraaed to address all letters tor wines, private fur nished houses and apartments, to J. M 'a onlv office, No. 4B Alb< maris street, corner of Stafford, Plc-adl ly, Londaa. N". B ?A J paymenta to James Ma'-kwell's lis Mnsaa Si.- Claude Soolt A Co., Nt. 1 t'aven^ith square, Loudoa. WATCHES, JEWELRY, &C. JBWRLBY AND DIAMONDS VBBY LOW.-THB SUB acriber, for the last eighteea years In business In WaB street la aelllng all daeonptlooa ot fine gold, diamond, and dB other kinda of jewalry, at wholesale and retail, at maoa lews tfcan the uaualprlaea. Ladies' beautiml gold, eameo. moaale, earbtinole and peariadl earrings, pins aad bracelets in boxes. .%? 00 to $100 Od eada? Ladies' pins, gold, cameo, moaalc, pearl aod carbuncle S2 50 to CM Ot eaofe. Ladies' earrings, gold, eameo, mosaic, pearl earDunole, Ae $2 60 to $26 00 a pair. Gold guard chaiaa, chatelaine shams, lob chains and vest chains t# 00 to 986 00 eaeh. Pore gold weddtng rings ?I 50to W 00 eaeh. Ladies' gold bracelets 91 00 to W0 00 eadh. Plain and ehaaed gold rings 76 centa to 96 00 eaofe, Gentlemen's seal rings S3 00 to 9M 00 eaeh. Garnet, opal, pearl and other stone ringa.. $2 50 ta 926 00 eaefe. Fine gold ihfmWns 92 90 to 90 00 eaah. Gold guard keys, fob keys and seals 91 60 to 925 00 ? Gfld pene and peaeita it 00 to 9(6 00 ? Gold pencils 91 00 to 97 00 < Ladies' portemonnates 91 (10 to 916 00 eaah. Gold orneaas and necklaea* 92 00 to 917 00 eaah. Gold aad stone aleeve buttons and stud*. . .92 00 to 918 00 a eat. Gold speotaelea and eyeglasses 91 76 to 910 OS. Diamond earrings, pins, finger rings A erosses.90 00 to9400 09k Geld armlets, searf pins and si ver thimbles . .37 eta. to 914 90. _ G KO ROB O. Ai.LBN, laicmier Of watches and Jewelrv. wholesale and retail, No. ft Ws* atreet. second Qoor, aea r Broadway, up etaira. IjKoal loncEs! IN PtJBSUABCh OF AN ORDSR OF THS SVBBOQAtS ot the oounty of New York, notice la hereby given to al pe -?ooa having claims against Inmaa Price, lata or the city at N ew York, deceased, to preaent the same, with vouchers there of, to the subscribe*, al bar residence. 46 Division sheet, la flM city ol New York, on or before tne 29th dar of May next. ANN PRIOR, Administratrix. Dated Few York, the 37th day of Kerember, 180ft. NkW YOBK 8UPRRMS OODBT. IB KQUITY.? CBABlJM Dent again sr Martin Waechter and Margaret his wife. Ann Richardson, Jane Graham. Bobert Marshall, "-ffliamr for relief. (Oom. not served. J To Martin Waeoh'er and Mana ret hl? wlft ? You are hereby summoned and required to sa swer the oom plaint In this action. wh<ch waa filed In the ottea of the Clerk ot the city and oounty of New York, at the (Bto Ball, Is said city, oo the 23d January, I8M, and to serve a oopr of your answer to the said complaint on the subscribers, al Mm* time atoresaid, tie plaintiff in thin action will apply to the Horn* for the re'iel demanded in the complaint Oatod New York. January 22. 1866 REYNOLDS A TAN 8CHAICK. PlalnUrs AUorntea. ANTROLOGfi A BTONIMHING TO ALL.? MADAMB MORBOW, THS Xx seventh daughter, has a natural gift to tail paatjareeaat ai il ta'ure event*, aod all the concerns of life, even nb vary thoughts, sad will eanse'speedy marriages, and show the Ufea teaees of the Intended husbands aad absent (Head*, aod wBI bring together those who are separated, who win eqioy tha ( Greatest happiness of matrimonial Miaa. All who wish good ?ick may cill soon for relief and comfort. Thouaaada have as pressed their belief that she Is the most wonderful aatrotoftal la the world, or that ha* ever beaa known, though she araetlMM nothing bnt what I* reoonolleable to phlloaophera. No charfla If not saUafled. Trt Broome araet, batweea Oannon aad Colum bia flontlemen not admitted. I BtBOLOOY. - THE CBLK B B AT KD MBS. ">1, ?0BY, A from Pari*, whose relation haa been constantly oonsulv m by Napoleon 1 . gives true Information on all eveots of llf . Qoestlon* about buainee*, love, marriage. Ao . are aa* wan 0 by the power ot magn*U*m, at 263 Broome street, aecoad stain ? dcor No. 4. AH WONDKB.-THR oipbry oirl. thbonxy trcb ? palmistry In Amertca.can be conxultsd on all areata of IttW, at JX 4 Broome street, near Allen. Fee. 60 oentA N. B.-Tht Glosey haa obtained a secret by which any lady or gentlemaa can obtain the affection* of ihe oppoaite sex. Charge extra. A 8TBOLOOY. - M. BBCCK. THE M1STBB10VB VKlL A ed lady, i has returned to the city for a short time oaly. and can be consulted with on all events of life, at ber oil oAoe .0 Canal atreet, two door* eaat of Broadway, uf stalra, third ^oor. HouwSom 10 A. M.toSp. M. Fee lib cento / lLAreVOYANOBl.? MBB. SMTMOtTB. 1H SPBIBIS v street, a ftw door* west of Bnadway the aasst smnb fW medical and beahMM elatrrovaad bs lain. JUhaa. SS3SJ KSESF?