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PHIAL AND KIMMfiMlAL
An Advance in Gold and a De
cline in Stocks.
The Money Market
Stringent.
THE INEVITABLE CLIQUE
The Outside Interest in the Mar
kets Languid and Quiet.
Deferment of Operations Until After
the October Elections.
A RISE OF A HALF PER CENT IN GOLD.
foreign Exchange Lower and "Lon
don Quotations" Higher.
ADVANCE IN GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The Treasury Programme
for October.
A DULL DAY ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE,
Wall street, 1
*? Monday, Sept. 80?0 P. ?? )
On 'Change to-day cotton was in fair demand and
ateady for "spot," but weak and lower for future.
Floor was in good demand and steady. Wheat
wan active at full prices. Corn was active and
Inner. <un ejection hoi.idat.
The Legislature, at the session of last Winter,
made the day of the Htate election a legal holiday,
eo that November 6 this year will be observed ac
cordingly. eoupARIRON 0F tub IMPORTS.
The following shows the Imports, exclusive of
?peole. at the port of New York for the week end
ing September 28 and since the beginning of tiie
,ear:? 1870. 1871. I8'2;
nrv mods 12.782,518 $2,660,059 $2,067,740
General mdBC. . . 3,848,546 314,773 6,719,281
TotAl for wcokt $6,631,003 $6,884,432 $8,887,021
rrev reported . 217', 810, 481 280,427.008 320, 102, 162
Since Jan. 1. ..$224,460,544 $298,312,430 $334,670,173
TREASURY PROGRAMME FOR OCTOBER.
The Treasury programme ol gold sales and bond
purchases lor the month of October is as follows:?
bond purchases. .,000000
Wednesday, Oct. loooono
Wednesday, Oct. 9 i'rwtooo
Wednesday, Oct 16
Wednesday, Oct. i ooo'ooo
Wednesday, uct. 1,000,000
Total
GOLD BALKS.
Thursday, Oct. $i??ooo
Thursday, Oct.
Thursday, Oct. 17
Thureday, Oct.
Thursday, Oct. 81 1,000,000
Total $6,000,000
SOURS OK BUSINESS OF TUB HOLD BOARD.
The Gold Exchange, at a special meeting held to
flay, decided to limit the time of business daily to
ibe Interval between ten o'clock A. M. and four
?'clock P. M., except on Saturdays, when the ad
journment shaH take place at three o'clock. Deal
ing* on the street or elsewhere before or after the
lioura fixed are not only devoid of legality so far as
the Board Is concerned, bnt punishable by fine.
MONEY STRINGENT.
The money market was stringent nnder the re
newed application of artificial means, the clique
having withdrawn a million dollars from the banks
on Saturday and withholding to-day all the money
Ihey could control. The lowest rate on call was 7
per cent and the highest l-lfl per cent, equivalent
to nearly 23 per cent. The inquiry lasted until
?early half-past three o'clock, when the dealings
closed at 1-32 a 1-16 per cent. The quotations for
prime commercial paper ranged Itom 8 to 12 per
cent.
FOREIGN BXCHANGB
was dull and heavy, and actual business was on the
basis of 107% lor prime bankers' sixty-day sterling
and 108% for sight bills, although the leading draw
ers contrived to ask 107% a 107%. There was con
?idcrai'le activity in bills on Paris owing to their
lelatlvely cheaper price.
GOLD BTONG? 113H a 114 %.
The gold market was strong, under a renewal of
?he operations or the clique, whose doings in the
money market have been noted above. The ad
vance was helped by the continued limited pro
gramme of Treasury gold sales and by a London
despatch stating that Spain was about to demand
indemnity for her losses by American flllbusterlsm
in Cuba, making her appeal to a court of the Euro
pean nations, alter the manner of the Geneva ar
bitration settlement of the Alabama claims. This
atory had less effect abroad than at home ; for sub
sequent to Its receipt here It was anuottneed that
our bonds In London had closed at an advance or
% ? H per cent. The course or the market Is shown
In the table
10 A. M 113?? 1 P. M 11*>?
10:06 A. M 113V 2 P. M.... UJ
10 .09 A. M 113% 2:55 P. M 11?>?
*1 A. M 114 3 P. M 11*
Jj M." 114 4 P. M 114 a 114%
In the gohl loan market the rates ranged from
flat to 3-32 ror borrowing. The operations or the
Gold Exchange Bank were as follows:?
3
interest and $4,ooo on account of redeemed flve
twenttes, and cancelled $790,000 of the called three
per cents, on which Interest ceased to-day.
GOVERNMENTS srRONO.
The government bond market was strong and
tig her, prices advancing % a % per cent in sympa
thy with the upward movement In gold, which In
fluence was furthermore helped by the rise of flve
twentles lu the foreign market. The activity of
money repressed, however, the buoyancy which
would otherwise have undoubtedly attended tills
advance, and the market left off quiet at the Im
provement as follows:? United States currency
Mies, 112 a 112% ; do., 1881, registered, 114 a 114 V,
Ao., do., do., coupon, 115% a 115%; do. five-twen
ties, registered, May and November, 114% a 114%;
do. do., 1862, coupon, do., 114% a 114% i do., do.,
1944, do., do., 114% a 114*; do. do., 1865, do., do.,
116H * ; do. do., 1867's, registered, January and
loly, 113 'j a 113%; do. do., 1865. coupon, do., 113% a
113 S '? do. do., 1867, do., do., 113% a 114; do. do.,
IMS, do., do., 114 a 114 'a ; do. ten-forties, registered,
107% a 108 v. do. do., coupon. I07%al08v, do.
Ives, 1881, registered, 110% a 111; do. do., do.,
coupon, 110% a 111*
TIIE RAILROAD BONDS.
The printed list of the Stock Exchange appeared
lo-day with the recent numerous additions to the
salL The new Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
convertible loan was quoted 99 a 102. Buyers 0
(tola security should refuse all bonds numbered
aver 8,000. as the original loan was limited to
$3,000,000 in the advertisements, but Increased to
$6,000,000 after the bids were opened. The Board
?as ruled, therefore, that the bonds only of the first,
amount arc
"A GOOD DELIVKRY."
The following were the bids lor tl)C railroad
bonds at the regular call:?
yr?V( fk(>n Vt, IfW. Vi Chlr k N Wlrtm ? ?1
Viifh ? epf's. r?\. K?? 1 1 Mi A M Jo. con NE*
V<>?* 1 ? tilt's Mil. . t* L' 1 Lack A W 1st
is :V 6ft ii'.' i 5 " ?
?* w Y*\V,'*l l-'di* ?'.?
62? N 71 ElSt 10.77.. W To] 4 Wab id jjj
iiud* Hi v 7*0 3d Ui, 76 103 Tol A Wlb roll conv. ...
Harbin i f St in. lOlJi Cil Went UI m. '** %&
Mich <'en ikmS'n. Ifl.. 116)4 JJtWfit Id id, W Mj
ui..i. k<? 7 i) c 2<1 in . 9< Ottl A ( lucftiio fcx ^
Mich 8o* NI ?f,7pc. .lOl^ Cial A Cliicjd m Jto
t/iev A Tol Milk Id 101 Chl<\ It I J i Pacific 1JU
4 lev 4 Tol new Ode t? ? J ?*n tat in. new (?'?
4 Mev I' A A hf w bd?. ... D5 N .M vn id 111 I'll
Detroit, Mun A Tol b<1 ?. ?.? N J Southern 7 V 1M ml 75
Lake Shore dlv bd? 06 rut*, H W * Chl<- lit IJJJS
I Mite Shore, < on, r. 100 Olev A Pitt* 4th in *2
RK7'?. ?td bv Mo.. <?)4 Chic A Alt * I ] *'
t en Hue gold bd? P9'T Chic A Alt lat in 108
t/nion hue lat oibda.... S7?Z Ohio A Mlw,&l in, con..
Union Hue I K 7'b 79t* Mil A St Paul 7'm, gold.. W a
I'nion F?c inr 10'n 7V Mil A St Paul lat in **2'*
111 Cent 7 percent. 1*70 loo Col Chic A Hid ?' lut in HI
Alt A T H In in !i9 N York A N H? vn ??'*.. 1?]0
Chle A N W ? f Wi Host. II .* I rie l*t ni . . . MS
Cliiv A N W ml UI* 100* Ctd Kails A Mill Ikt III . HO
SOL' I'll E UN SKCCHITIBS IH'I.L.
The Southern State bonds were generally dull and
.about steady. The TenuesBees wore moderately ac- ,
tlve and firm. The old South Carolina* were heavy, j
Prices closed as follows Tennessee, ex-coupon,
72*a 73 ; do., new, 72* a 73; Virginia, ex-coupon, 44 *
a 60; do., registered stock, old, 37 a 40; do. sixes,
consolidated bonds, 60* a 61 *; do. do., deferred
scrip, 15 'i a 17 ; Georgia sixes, 70 a 78 ; do. sevens,
8t) A 80 ; North Carolina, ex-coupon, 32 a 33;
do., to North Carolina Kailroad, 45 a 47; do.,
funding, 1M16, 22 a 24; do. do., 1868, 20 a 23; do.,
new, IB a 21; do., special tax, 10 a 14;
Missouri sixes, 82* a 02*; do., llannlbal and St.
Joseph Kailroad, 8? a 01 ; Louisiana sixes, 63 a 58;
do. new, 40 a 66; do. levee sixes, 60 a 60; do. do
eights, 70 a 76; do. do. do., 1876, 70 a 78; Alabama
fives, 68 a 03; do. eights, 80 a 86; South Carolina
sixes, 40 a 60; do. new, January and July, 24 a 24 '< ;
do. do., April and October, 24 a 20; Arkansas sixes,
funded, 48 a 62.
STOCKS DCI.L AND l,OW Kll.
The "bear" clique held almost undisputed control
of the stock market irom tlio opening, and under
their manipulation prices declined, the depression
at ono time being as much as * a i per cent for
some of the leading stocks, although the decline
generally was hardly more than * per cent. The
chief business was in Pacific Mail, which declined
from 74, '? to 73*, but rallied eventually to 74. The
clique contented themselves with kecking money
worth a small consideration inntead of repeating
their usual plan of exacting extravagant rates, the
effect of which has been unusually to excite a stub
born opposition to them more Injurious than if the
speculative sentiment were allowed to be worked
upon by
HOMEOPATHIC do? its
of tight money. Besides which extreme rates
tempt the shipment hither of money Irom Iioston,
Philadelphia and other cities. The calmer and
cooler manner In which the clique have pone to
work lias been rather a feature of the opening or
the wcok, anil has disconcerted their opponents
not a little. They are, however, still heavy losers
by their recent transactions, and some sales of
Pittsburg to-day at a decline from 88* to 87* are
believed to be a further inroad upon those "salted
down" investments which they had been holding
against a rainy day and are now compelled to part
with for money. One of the "bears" In Panama
settled on Saturday at a loss or $25,000. He sold a
thousand shares at the equivalent (making allow
ance tor the dividend) of about 121 and covered
at 146.
A BET
of $6,000 was made the same day that Pacific Mail
would sell at 100 before it sold at 70. Erie went off
to 47}$, In sympathy with the London market and
the general heaviness here. The approach of the
Western elections has a tendency to check busi
ness in the stock market and In Wall street gener
ally, especially as the prospects of the success of
the administration (in the eyes of Wall street) are
not so clear since Mr. Greeley has retracted his de
mand for immediate specie payments and the un
settling of the chances of Ilartranft in Pennsyl
vania.
mail EST AND LOWEST PRICES.
The following table shows the highest and lowest
prices of the principal stocks during the day
Highest. Lowest.
New York Central 03;; 92 V
Krie W 47 *
Lake Shore 88 87 >4
Wabash fif 68<.j
Northwestern 71 * 70*
Northwestern preferred 86* 86
Rock Island 110% 110*
St. Paul 54 64
St, Paul preferred 74 * 74*
Ohio and Mississippi 4 3* 42 a
Union Pacific 88* 38 %
C., C. andl.C 36* 34*
Western Union Telegraph W* 68*
Pacific Mail 74>?' 73*
SALES AT THE NEW YO&K STOCK EXCHANGE.
Monday, Sept. 30?10:15 A. M.
$500 I'Kfl'f, '81, C 116? $1000 U85-80, c, 64 1 14*,
1000 Ufi 6 20, c, '82.... 114^ 1000 IB 5-20, c, '66, n... 11H',
1000 do 114} i 2000 US 6-20, C, '07 113*
IO A. M Before Call.
2000 sI?h ^e?t L'n Tel . . ? 69* 1000 shs P?c M 8S Co. 1)3 73 J ?
100 do *3 00 1100 do 73?i
MX) do 691b* 200 do s3 782
GOO do 6'J* 100 do b3 73?*
500 do 69* 900 do 73%
1000 do 69 400 do C 73*
900 do 69* 600 do 73^
aaw do 00*4 soo do b3 74
300 do C ??2 ?OON YC A 1IRRR.... 93'-,
1000 do 6?? 300 Ohio A MisaRR ...
100 do C (WH 10C OO c 42 i?
900 do 69'* 300 Chic A N West 71 H
300 do b3 69V 100 do 7I?
300 do 69U 100 do bl 71*4
1.100 do 60S 400 do 71'.
700 L'n 1'aclflc RR 88>< 800 do 71*2
100 . do wfi 900 do as 71!i
100 do asS SB 00 7P?
IOO do *? 38V 100 do b3 71!i
100 do l>3 382 aoo do r3 71 'i
fifll) do 88J4 600 Chic A N W pref. . . 80
000 I'ae M 68C0 74 100 L 8 A M 8 RR 8S
f.OO do 74* 100 C A R 1 RR Il0|i
100 do c 74^ 600 do 110?j
2100 do 74 100 do C 110?.,
300 do 73* 400 C, CAKttK 30 'n
000 do c 74 200 do 35
300 do 74 100 do b3 35
1000 do 73* 200 do S4*
1000 do 7452 200 do *3 34'%
1400 do 73* 300 do 34*
First Boarrt? 10 ?30 A. M.
$10000 Tenn 6>, ol<1 . . . . 72* 3800 shs I'ac M SS Co. h3 73*
$0000 do 72H 200 do b3 Ti'i
20000 Tenn 6'n, new 72* 800 do 78*
2000 NY 7?s. Ii I. r 107 600 do ?3 73! J
3000 llud R2d, s rbila. 107 700 do 73';
1000 Un Pae lot m 87* ?w do 73*
1000 Un Pac7'?, 1Kb. 80 MX) do 73*
#00011 *8tJ8'8,C0H.. 86 200 do *3 73*
1000 Tol A W equip Ms 86 200 Del, l.ac A \V RR. . 97*
1000 Chic A Alt Intnl.. 106 100 do be 97) i
10000 H, HA KIM 38 800 1. S.t M 8 Hit. . . .1. c 87*
2000 O Falls* M 1st... 81 200 do c
6000 Bur. O R A M 1M. 91* 200 do b30
lOOOClev A 1', con Hf.. 90 AO do 8M
W00 Del A H reft, '91 . . 102* 400 do *3 87?
2000 Mil A 8t P 1M. ... 92'., 200 do 87*
41 whs Phoenix Bank.. 101* 200 do c 87*
ISOer Amer Bank.... 103 100 do 87$
100 Weft t'n Tel. .bc.b3 89'., 700 do ?3 87*
2300 ifo 300 do 87*
X m &i
600 do 69* 400 do 88*
700 do 69 hi 200 do S8K
100 do ?3 09 100 do 1)3 38*
400 do 69 600 do 38*
100 do. b3 69* 100 do bS 88*.
100 do 69* lOOChlc A N W HR.... 71*
2(0 do 69 400 do be 71H.
$00 do h3 69 400 do b8 71*
200 dV US <8* 400 do 71
700 (to 69 200 (Jo 71V
Aim .9 m/ Ann Jri A% ?
ffl 8* ffi, g=? 8
jTuk5 & SS S;::::;;.;::::::
200 U 8 kxi.i'CHK Co ? T8 200 do *3 71
200 N Y C A 11 It RR b C 93* 200 C A N W pf ho H?*
2000 do 93 100 do..! b3 86*
201) do c ?3 300 do c 84**
1200 do 92* lOOCAPRRstd 88*
100 Erie RR 47* 100 X J Con RR ...be IWiJ
200 PAnntnn HR. b c 142 67 do 10'&
100 Pao M MS Co.. be. *3 73* 3ft do ...... 102'i
?00 4" 73* 100CARI RR be not!
200 do *3 73* 2,10 do 110V
100 do b4 74 100 do... ... .c lloi
iw do 7h* 2oo do::::::::::::" iioS
12 <10 M0 74 II?M ASt P RR....be 5?*
600 do aS 73* 1(10 ,|0
1200 do 73* 100 do M
J00 do *3 73* 100 Mil A Hi PSR pf.... 74?
200 do 7jJ.< 100 do be 74*J
J200 do 73* 400 Ohio A MiMiR...bc 4i*
100 do *3 73* 400 do C 4/*
>00 <\o M 73* 100 do b3 42*
400 do. dS 78* 200 do b3 42'-i
<lo 73* 200 M, K A T lilt ... .b e 41*
IW <)<> ** 73* 200C, ?; A I C Kll.b c,h3 ftl'I
200 do.. 7.'* BOO do ;^4?j
WO do 73* 300 do. c Jft
600 do I>3 73* 10(1 do... ......... iS 341!
100 uo *3 73* 800 do 34^!
aw" d2:::::::;:;;.c %% aot)U>ul,!*N,'h RR
l?i1? and SilS P. MT.
131000 t'8 8-20, c, '0.1. n. 113* $48000 I S 8-20 e '67 113K
4600IU8S-20. r, '67 113* 1000(10 do.. *30 11V?
11000 US 8-20, r, '67 113* 100UO US 8'?, '81 c ' llil'J
100000 do.:... ISO 113)2 ?. ?.,c "
I!4?:tO P. HI.? Before Call.
400sh? WrMern Hn... 68* 300?tis C, C A 1 C Klt.g3 34*
<U0 do 60 200 do 341.
100 do 1.3 60 2n0 L S A M > KR H7*!
200 do ?8* 200 do.*? A 87'!
?0 0 68* 200 t'n I'ac RR...., b3
100 do f<r") 89* |y?) (J?
lOOPacMHSCo n3 734, 700 do...... A H8^
100 do C 73, -"j loo do t)3 '18*"
!*? do 73* 300N vr AHR*"
200 Uo 73,'n 1I00CANWKH. 71 i?
HO do. r 73* 600 no 71 1
80J' do n3 73*' llWChle A NW', W*
400 do 73* 200 N.ICRR . 1(5*
ioo do :..... 73* 400 rhic a it i rr....:: 110*
100 do I 73? 300 Mil A 8t P Hit 54
100 do U3 73* S00M11 A 8t P|)roL.'.,: ft;,
Prconrf Honi'd?i p. jq,
$l00or< nn C'?, new 72* 100 slit Phc M 88 Co. .1>3 7.1V
l000Miw()!iri6'K W* 1(0 do c 7 j)?
*""0 oo b? IB,* ?W dg
W<i) I'nion P?f liit m .
SW?> S J Ce? Ut in, ii..
lIMUIlx M.l Co* I Co
18 aim I.S4 M HUH...
HIM) do be
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ICO W-Faruo F.x.b c.l>2
100 Am Jlcr U Kx
20 ilo
100 Went Ul Tel b c
2'?) do
800 <lo....
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101) CAN W KK b C.bS
1200 do
800 do la
200T.WAWKR US
Ml). Lurk AW KK ..
20 Uo
lUOli.H A K Kit be
20 Mor A Essex RK
300 C, U A 1 C IIK lie
1300 libs Weal I'll Tel..
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92
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100 hIisN V C A II K.
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4WILSAM 8KB.
100 Uo
400 Un Pac KR. .
1UU l'Uto. I t VV A Chic. *7),
800 C A N W RR 7 0*2
000 do bJ 71
100 do 71
100 do 1>3 707;
2000 do 7?<T?
1000 do 71
100 do b3 71
100 C A N W prct as
2>M) Chi A It I lilt no1,
100 T, W A W KH b:t 09
1U0 do 89
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400 Obio A Mist. KK....
800 do
700
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CLOSING PRICES? 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Wenlorn I'nion. 69'i a AO1, Northwe6t'n.... 70?i a
Vtii<'k?ilvcr 43 a 4S>2 Northwcst'11 pf. 86'4 a
I'miuniu ' . ..142
WollB-Knreo Ex 84 _
Pudtic Mull.... 73'? a
N Y Central KH 11
Erie 47?i a
l.rtke Shore 87?? a
Unl> n Pacific. . 38)2 a
a 143
85
74
98
<7%
St Paul 84
8t P u ill pi 74U a
Waliasli #8)2 u
Ohio A Miss 42? a
Ho* toll, II A E..
C 34 'J a
P7?2 I', IJ A t
38X
71
8?i?
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3*H
COMMERCIAL REPORT.
Cotton Active nnd BMy-Hw^PUl ?t tt?e
Port., 14,908 H-U.-?rr?a?tuflr. Firm
t offee *uUt_l?or* ^,rm
Pctroleum iilgl?.r-N?v?l StoMK Firm
WUiokey StcaHy. M()!,DATi ^ t 30? <$r. M.
The commercial cntlook continue, lo ta of the . most
promising character, notwithstanding the fact that the
scarcity of money and high rate, of discount operate a.
direct hindrance, to ny-f cant lie enterprise. The expo"
movement continues without visible abatement, while In
some commodities? notably breadstuff*, A'--""' move
incut Ik on the increase. The carrying trade has leldom
been .<> brink or the rates of freight so remunerative,
and yet the shipment, of the Kr^'
are large and steadily Increasing. The petro
lei. in trade, which has been languishing tor
some time past, .how. decided signs *
Hon, and veMrls suitable lor this business have come o
he in lair request once more, and unless prevailing indi
cations prove delusive we shall soon be called "Pon to
chronicle a more active export movement in this l*ad'ng
article <>t merchandise than we have seen for some time
past. The movement In grain received a Iresh impetus
to-day, and, notwithstanding freight room was scaice
and dear, purchases of both wheat and corn were
on a liberal scale and at lull prices. Corn
lu particular was freely purchased, both on the spot and
in advance of arrivals, at very full prices. There were
purchasers for November delivery at higher prices than
had before been paid ; buyers thereby evincing continued
confidence in the future. It Is abundantly demonstrated
that the grain crops 01 Europe arc deficient, and a good
export movement hence Is accordingly confidently reck
oned upon, and the more sagacious among the exporters
have already set about making good the deficiency of the
European harvest by liberal shipments from this side ;
sss ? ? * ?? "'""""s, 22
current, particularly ot corn, which Is going
forward In large quantities. The movement
in provisions continues very slow, though on the
whole prices are very well sustained. On the * reeUhere
Was a good business, and the commercial outlook Is be
coming more and more promising with the lapse ol every
succeeding week. In groceries there was no movement
or particular Importance, yet the market for most arU
cles remained very firm. Petroleum took a decided up
ward stride to day, on account of the cessation ot opera
tions at the oil producing districts, they having stopped
operations for thirty days. In the naval store trade the
inquiry was principally for spirits of turpenUuc and the
market was very strong.
cotton.? The movement In spot cotton was fairly active
for exnort at about former prices, though ir anything the
ir ? miMl in buver.' tavor throughout the day and
market ruled inrniye ? unllCxe,l quotations show
sales sum up as follows To-Dau. gut. Krt'y. T:la\.
1,063 l.?i
Export.... 35y j,, tW5
Consumption jS _ 18
Speculation
. 1,160 544 i'.ttM
?Inlcuded In the abovj^ure ^bales to arrive^., For
delivery (busis '?*. ."'Aa v alter three H. ? -October,
hi 18 5 IHc^'Noveuibcr, ?K>at 18 5-16c. jOc
l.COJat lH5ac., ,??ati86 iws..xio>? |january,10uat 1? 5-lOc ;
cemfoer, , 8U0 at I "2? total 2 WW baler 8ale? lo*day up to
April, WO at J?c.-to?i, agwu w MJc . October, 4U& a
three 1 . at 181-lCc.; November, 100 at
euoat 18'ic., WW at 1H H.16C., lot) at
I8^c., MO at 1" Moc-. ?w ?? ?? v- - I(|() >t 18!i.18t. n1
ry, 200 at IOC., MO all JjC.j MUc., Itai at W.V-. ?? ?l
jrLra as
total, 17.2WI naie . ..{ t? rate* ?To Iiiverpool, by
ports were firm at To Havre, by steam, lc.,
steam, tIi lumburit by steam, *gd. To Bremen,
Fold/J?m' Si' iol<l c"mp?ow" To Baltic ports, by
i \a "* Mfditcrraucau poi?$a? by steam,
Ml", lc., ?oW. we^ m rollowH 2? aalveHtoii,
Tlie receipts at tbe por Mobile, 1,719; Savannah,
^5* Charleston 1,?70 ;' 410; Norfolk. ;
S'Yort ?0. Total, 14, 9?; this da_y last week, 11,467,
this day last ycar^(1IlrtJ1_ AU??ma. Ttxa*.
Ordinary. ihu 1?U
Hood ordinary J" ix', Wt
Low middling 1W% {"*? ;i\] W*
Middling ,5>? ?.*? 20>J
Oo.jd "''^''Vtmisnrr based on cotton In store running in
quaUtyToT mwe thau hall a grade above or below the
Brr^?E?-The market was still quiet for all descriptions,
Arm 7artirul"ly for prime nuelitlcs. We note ?a Irs
g0?? our ako Oiutw.? Re oelpte? Flour, 15,25* hhii : wh?t,
I ?t ? 58 ' bus ii els "!' ariey . Vwi do^The fl'our market
^?I^Suirt bit flim: MO bbK of Western sold a. $3 35
^,eWe?UM 40 delivered. W.qoolr:- m
no. a state..... o? a 700
Superfine State ....7 25 a 7 75
Extra State . i:.:. 7 75 a 8 S5
Choice State.. o 25 a 7 on
Hupcrflne W y u jj*
Extra Western. 'S ^
Boind hoop Ohio, trade brands # 0? a ^ ?
Family 725 R 8 00
St. I?oul. low extra. H a) ft p 75
Pt. IjOuU straight extra 0 ?? 9 5j
Ht! Louis choice double extra () m a j| 2!,
St. Loui* choice fumlly ^ (#| H u ,n,
California no * nun
Kyetlour 4 75 a 6 75
Southern No. e 00 n 7 GO
Southern .uperOne . w ft 9 y,
Bonthern extra ei0 ft 13 w
Southern family.... a 8 ft'.
Corn meal, Western..... !t 60 a 9 M
Oorn meal, Jersey. ? !" 8W a ?W
Corn meal, Brandvwlne... ^ ^ f, t). b.
Baltimore * 8 65
so f. o. b.
P Wheat wii active at lull prices, eVn.ing at ?llf bid lor
common to fair No. 8, , ? ? ? j (|a<
II W a tl?'70 for red Wnter, ?l 70 a $1 75 for amber
AnlStlS: iii
K^k,7iHn01t?y 4"ca iT lor no Win lied . dark to light
invnr The engagements were To wverpooi, oj ,
15 000 bushels or grain (relet). st^W. ;lM9v|jjSln on pri
nt 1H<1 ? ftk) bbl". rostn at 5*. I o Rotterdam, bv pan,
Shears, grain, same voyage aud rate; a >orwegiaii
fewrfsT SSSmSS: A'Z ? Sir.Tin-n
? British hark hence to ? Medlterr.1ne.it1 port, 2,70O bbl?.
delphlato a C'ontlnental port, 4.M0 bbls. refined etro^
ISTVeinid B " UtoaamliSipTS^
I ,lv Hrrlvr ' I Wand 1, 500 bale* of cotton rcsuect
lvely, in. in Savannah to a Continental port, '
terms. Several oilier vessels were uiuUr rilUsnl lor
BrC:^as"lVhe0?'wn.M
Inc
MURRAY 1111. 1- HANK.
Kkw Yoiik, Sent. 24. 1872.
Tlie Directors or this bank have this day declared .1
dividend ill |4 per share, payable on and alter October I,
1*72. The truusier books will lie closed from date to 1st
proximo. JAMES tTKlKKIt, Cwliier.
BCII AN ICS 'an lT'Ht A DKKS* SAVING INSTITUTION
to <!?> in ihia branch of trade. Domestic sold in small
lot* at Iroin 67c. a HOe. We (|iiote
IHd Orop. finrnop. t
Cuba? Centrifugal and mixed I9e. a 'Jne. 20c. a 26c.
Clayed 22c. a 26c. 28c. u 31c.
Mtixcovado, refining ? a ? 30c. a 33c.
Muscovado, grocery ? a ? 32e. a 36c.
Porto Rico ? a? 30f. a 57c.
English Inland* ? a ? 30c. a 8<ic.
New OrWana ? a? 40c. a '.?Dc.
Nam. Stor**.? There has been a good business con
summated to-dav Iii epiritt turpentine, uud the market
remained very Arm The Miles were :? 90 bbls. at 84c. a
64?,c., 180 bids. at ti4}jc. and ISO New York bbls. at <6c.,
c l< ?l ii w at 06c. for Southern or New York. Rosin wax leas |
active, but very arm. Strained quoted at $4 SO. We hear !
of sales of 5MI bills .of No. 1 at $5 '.'ft, and 2 ft bbls. of No 2 I
at $4 75. Tar and pitch were neglccted, hut do change in
price* reported.
Pktroi.rum.? On Change to-day tno market was quiet,
but decidedly higher for all description*, cauaed by the
suspension of operation!! at all the oil producing places.
Refined was held nominally at '-'5c. for early October de
livery. Crude in bulk closed Arm at 13c. for prompt de
livery in October. Sales were reported ol 4,IXX> bbls. for
prompt delivery at Uko., 1,000 bbls. for October at
llxc., and 3,000 bhls. fordo, at He. Cases were quiet,
but, In sympathy with otner descriptions, were also
firmer: quoted at 29'?c. a St?c. Nnphthn remained quiet,
but very firm At the Creek no offerings wcro made, and
the market was nominal at $3 HO on the upper and $8 Hft
on the lower road ; $i, we understand, was reiused at Oil
?-'ty. The Philadelphia market was quiet but firmer;
refined quoted nominally at VHJ.c. a 24c. for early dc
livery. I.atcr we hear of sales in New York of 6,000 bbls.
of Ytestern naphtha at I6J.C. a 17c.
Provisions. ? Receipts? fork, l.liW bbls. ; cut meat*, 118
packages; lard, 402 bbls. and tierces. The market for
in#-* pork, although quiet, was a shade firmer. We heard
of sales of 260 bbls. at $14 10 cash. 1,1100 bbls. of old do. at
$13 25, and 200 bbls. of prime mess at $13 20. In lobbing
hits about 400 bbls. changed bands at $14 20 a $14 25.
Bacon was in trifle better demand and a ahade stronger
tor cash, and steady for future. Sales 100 boxes long clear
at 8*ic. caah ; 700 boxes, part long and short clear, for
January. at 7?-?c., and 100 boxes for February at 7%c.
Dressed hog a were In demand and higher. Hales at6?ec.
a 7c. tor heuvy to medium, and 7*tc. for market pigs.
Iieaf sold In a small w ay at former prices; about .'0 bbls.
were taken in lots at from $A a $10 for mess, $10 a $12 for
extra do., ?I3 a $16 for prime mess tierces ami $17 a$A)
for India do. tierces. Beet hams remained quiet, but
steady at $29 a $30. Cut meats sold moderately in a Job
bing way, but nothing of importance transpired, and
former quotations were enrrent. Lard? The market for
Western was quiet and weak. We heard of sales of 250
tierces, spot, at 8?i'e., 600 tierces for February ut and
2 SO tierces, seller all the .vearw ill 8,'?c. City laul was quiet
ami easy ; 140 tierces brought M?c.
Si-gam.? There tfa* le^s doing todoy in raw, hut the
market remained very firm. We hear of sales of 418 hhds.
of centrifugal on private terms, 450 hhds. of refining (.'una
ut 9'^c., 35 nhdg. of centrifugal at 9'?c., and 400 boxes, de
scription not given, on private terms. Ketlned was in fair
demand aud firm. Wo quote Cuba? Refining, inferior
to common, 7\c. a 8??c. ; fair to good fair, 8?,c. a 9','c. ;
good to prime, 9'4c. a "V- ; grocery, fair to good, 9%c. a
9^0. ; prime to choice, OSc. a 10c. ; centrifugal, hhds. and
boxes, 9|?c. a 10'. ,c. ; molasses, hhds. and noxea. 7 He. a
8*4'e. s melado, 4'Ze. a M*c. Havana ? Boxes, Dutch stand
ard, Nos. 7 to 9, 8 ?fie. a 9~,o. ; do., 10 to 12, tjje. a 97ic. ; do.,
13 to 15, 10'i'e a lO'aC. ; (to., 16 to 18, 11c. a is j-ic. ; oo., 19 to
20, 11 Tic. a 12 Vc. ; do., wllH(i J1??C. ft W$o. l'orlo Rico?
Kctlning, common to prime, B),c. a grocery, fair to
enolcc, UVc. a 10'?c. Brazil? Dutch standard. tfiia.Jj to
12, 7 ho. n O'^c. jiva-My|| standard, no.i. lo to if, 9??e.
a9*?e. Manila? Superior ami extra superior, 8c. a 8)Jc.
Kick.? The market was quiet, but prices unchanged.
Sales 30 tlerccn Carolina at 8JKc. a 9c. ; 50 bags Patua at
7k,c., and 100 bags Rangoon at 6T?c. a 7'fc.
9ti:apjnk remained quiet. No sales wore reported, and
prices In consequence were nominal.
Tai.i.ow was in lair demand but scarce and Arm, partic
ularly for choice city, which was held at 9 5-lflo. We hear
of sales of 50 hhds. and 1'W bbls. of good at 9!.,c.
Wiiiskkt.? Receipts, istf bbls. The market continued
moderately active at the closing prices of Saturday. The
sulci, were 250 I ibis, at 92o.
DOMESTIC MARKETS.
Galveston, Sept. 30, 1872.
Cotton firm; good ordinary, 16c. ; net receipts, 991 bales;
exports coastw ise, 1,241; sales, 800; slock, 13,819.
Nkw Oju.bans, Scpf. 80 1877.
Cotton strong and In good demand; good ordinary,
17>ic. ; low middling. 18!4o. a 18?i'c. ; middlings, 18J?c. Net
receipts 8,786 bales; gross, 4,465; exports to Great Britain.
2.354; to the continent, 3.&05; coastwise, 1,851; sales,
2,400; stock, 38,'.X)7.
Mobii.e, Sent. SO, 1872.
Cotton factors nre willing sellers at the rates; low
middlings, 18c. : middlings. 1 Bjtfc. ; net receipts, 1,719 bales;
exports ccistwlsc, 822; sales, 2iw; stock, (i,'?6.
Savannah, Sept. 30, 1872.
Cotton Active and in good demund ; middlings, 17,'uC.
Net receipts. 8,855 bales. Exports coastwise, 3,930. Sales,
1,600. Slock, 28,020.
CiiAni.KRTON, Sept. 80, 1872.
Cotton quiet but firm igood ordinary, I67jc, ; low mid
dlings, 17'j ; middling'. 17^>C. Net receipts, 1,317 hales.
Sales, 400. stock, I4,i lb.
T>oi'istii.i.e, Sept. 30, 1872
Tobacco steady ; sales unimportant. *
Chicago, Sent. 30, 1872.
Flour quiet; Spring extra, $6 25 a $7 25. Wheat active
and hlgnor for No. 2 Spring; on Spot to fill short sales
at $1 IS,1., a 91 20! ?, closing at $1 19; options steady at
$1 I7fi a $1 171.,' ; October, No. 1 Spring, $1 23k a $1 2-i,
according to location; No. 3 Spring, $1 06 all 07; re
jected, 94c. a 94 Vo. Com iii fair dcuiaud and advanced;
No. 2 mixed, 86c. cash, 86c. a 86't'c. October;
reiectcd, 34c. a 84)?c. ; No. 2 canal, free on
board, !t7>?o. Oats firm; No. 2, 23>io. : rejected,
20Wc. a 21c. Rye steady ; No. 2, 6fte. Barley Arm ; No. 2
Fall, 67c. I-ake frelghti-Corn to Buffalo, 14c. ; fo Kings
ton, 24c. on wheat. Receipts? ft.OOi) bbls. Sour ; 9ii,OOIl bush
els wheat; 187.000 do. wnent; T9.000 do. oats; 11,0111) do.
rye; 76,010 do. barley Sliipments?S.OOO bbls. nonr; 44.1KI1I
do. wheat; Hti.OliO do. corn ; 21,000 do. oats; 2,000 <lo. rye;
32,000 do. barley.
EUROPEAN MARKETS.
liowrow Monkt Markkt.? Lonpoh, Sept. 30?5 1*. M.?
Consols closed 92!? for money, 92 for ai-counf. American
securities closed? United states five-twenties of I8H5, old,
93)i ; 1807, U2k; fen-fortlcs, 8734 ; new flve?, 89J4 ; Krle Rail
way shares, 88S;.
KHANaronr BoiR?nt.? Fkanxjort, Sept. 30?1'. M.? I'nited
States flve-twentv bonds, 95?i for tne is?ue o) lsia.
I'aiiis liovusK.? Paris, Sept. 30?1". M.? French rentes,
esr. i'ftc.
LiVKiirooL CoTTOtf Mabsft.? Livkktooi.. Sept. 80?6 P.
M.? (Jotton closed quiet, and steady. Middling uplands,
9! ,(t. ; middling Orleans, 9?,d. The sales of the day were
14,000 bales, including 4,00ii for export anil speculation,
sales of middling uplands lor October at 9 51<id. Sales ol
middling Orleans for October at V-*1'- Sale* of middling
Orleans tor November al 9>$d.
I.ivKiirooi. BRKAnsTorf's AIaiixpt.? I.irKnrooi, Sept.
80.? corn. ;t0?. 6d. per quarter for No. il mixed. The mar
ket is quiet and steady.
l.i vcr root. Provisions Market.? I.ivrnrool, Sept. 30?
P. M ? Pork, 6fts. per bbl. for prime nies'.
London Pnoncci? Markkt ? I.ondos, Sept. .10?5 P. '.f.?
Tallow-, 40s. 3d. Linseed oil, 136 15s. Spirits turpentine,
44s. Cd. a 45s.
Prinnt.KUM M?rkft. ? Antwkiip, Sept 80? P. M.? Petro
leum, 49>it. for standard while.
FINANCIAL..
/CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK,
\J OF THK CITY OF NEW VORK.
Interest computed from the l?t of each mouth, and Is
paid or credited on bnlnnce remaining in Bank .l.uiiiAi'y 1
and July 1 ol each year.
Present rate of interest SI* per cent.
Money deposited now will bear interest from Octo
ber I.
Hank, 58 Bowerv, southwest corner of Canal street;
onen everv day Ironi 10 A. Al to 3 P. M., and will remain
open on Mondays 11 ml Saturdays until 7 P. M.
Bank Books in Lnglish, (icnunii ami French.
E. A. QUINTAItO, President.
S?v?iocr A. Bcncf, Secretary.
E* STATIC FUNDS TO LOAN ON NEW YORK IM
proved property at seven tier cent ; $7,0iH) and }2",0tn,
O. (1. HKNNETT, No. 9 Pine street.
IJIOB SALE? A FIRST MORTGAGE ON GRAND
I Tlnulevard unimproved property. Address L. S., box
117 Post office.
M
283 Bowery, near Honsfon street.
Open daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M., aud on Monday*
find Wednesdays from 10 to 7. Deposits made now or oil
October i will draw InteruM from 1st October.
Al.l'ttlli T, CON KLIN, President
Henry O. Fisui r. Secretary.
N
JEW YORK
LOAN ANI> INDEMNITY
COMPANY,
22*J Broadway,
comer of Barclay street,
New York.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 11,(100,000.
One-hall the authorized cMpitul of thin Company bav
i tttr been subscribed, the icimiiiiini.' i? offered to
ciipituli^tii ii ml the. business public.
nihscriptlon books
will be opened on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,
?I Uie
liankinu lionne or tlio
Company,
an above, and at tlie
National Park Dank.
The charter of tills Corporation Is unusually liberal
authori/im: the transaction of n
GENERAL BAN It I NO BUSINESS,
a? well ?? that usually carried on by Trust, Sate, Deposit
iiiiJ Warehouse Companies.
Ptruwncnt organization of IIip Hoard will bo effected 1
when tlie lull capital ?null have been suhncribed.
H. II. VAN DYCK, i
uli<>. II. BISSBLL, , Committee.
_______ A. MrKINNKY, 1
OI'KH ! I . OK TH K I'NITKD hTATES AKM8TANT I KEA i
Mirer, New York, September 30, 18T2.? lmriiiK Hie I
month ??t October, W2, I shall, by order, ri celve bid* for
Gold, and oilers of Boii<le, as lollow
BIOS KOR GOLD.
Thursday, October 4? One million.
Thnr?day, October 10? (ine million.
Thursda.v, October 17? One million.
Thursday, October 2-1? One million.
Thursday, October 31? One million.
" ' QflTSRI OP BORMl
Wednesday, Ocfouer ?? one milium.
Wednesday, October 9- One million.
WednesriaV, Oi to'>er IC? one million.
Wednesday, October 83? one million.
Wednesday, October SO? One million.
A certified check fur flvo per cent of bid or offer inn?f be j
deposited therewith. Proposal* will be opened at 12 |
o'clock, noon, each day specllied. The Treasury may, at
Its option, accept offers of i?vi>ji? or hid> tor koUI in < x
cess ol the amount ailvertlsea tor.
Printed form* (Or proporaN, with the reftiiltitioiiH to Im>
observed, will be fttrnism il ut this olH( e.
THOMAS IIII.MIOUME, Asst. Treasurer U. *.
"VLTA NTED? HR V KRAI, SI- Mi, HAROINO PROM $t..V?i
tt to $4,(K?i, on first class Property worth fully double;
liberal bonus.
DRAKE A ("o , Xo. 9 Wtllou-hhv 'tn et. Brooklyn. |
d>/'/U\ -A LADY, WHO II AS A LABOR* NEWLY
ipUHUi furnished house, wishes to borrow until
January, ami will pay III per cent Interest, glvinu a mort
gage on her furniture. Address, with real namo, I I' H
N IT U RB, Herald Uptown Branch otllce.
$?) niW) -WANTED, TO BORROW $3,i?) ON t'llAT
O.W/JJ. tel moi titatte on Crisis hi store, for u.i.r
months; rocd Inter* it pind. Aiidrcss C. A., box .' oltf Post
vllivv. New * i,i k.
WWAMCTAL.
t?J AAA WANTKD-OR FIRST OLAM PROPERTY
O.UUU ?t Klngsiand Manor, N. J. t aeven rulles
from New York ; liberal bonus will be paid.
AO. LOOmtC l,tt? Broadway^
KAA WANTED FOB THREE OR RIVE YEARS,
Jl/VJ on llrst mortgage on propertv in New Jer
sey, worth $20, 000. C. B. ?., boa 7arlaln<1ckl. V.J.
#Q r,Art TO ,'<)AN ON improved ertr prop
"PO.UUU erty.? Trust fluid*, not likely to bo dis
turbed. Apply io K. J. iioskord, ?s Cedar street.
ilA AA/l-iLM) VMM WANTED, ON MOOD
vlU.UUu Brooklyn lot*, for which a bonus will he
ptiid; Brooklyn Lots to exchange for New York Tene
moot Property. Address w. it., box fa: it EUaabeth, N. J.
AOS AhA TO LOAN? FOB A TERM or YBAR8,
on first rla** improved city Property; no
other noticed ; principals only. Add re mi tor three davs
E X EC U TOR, box 2,<B6 Host office.
dj-li (WWk WANTBD? OK BOND AND MORT
ipOW.lfl/U Huge on Rockland county Propertv worth
816tt.n01): would take in mini* of $10,0j0 or over. Apply to
(i. s. a J. II. stitt, lot Pulton itreet
AAA 10 loan-on bond and mort
?Pw I cl.UUv/ gage, on first class clt\ property; See
otid Mortgage* cashed. Apply to WM. KENNHLLY, Heal
Eatute and Loau Broker, No. 4 Pine street.
*7KA AAA TO M 'AN? ON IMPROVED PROP
?JP ? * *" perly in New York, Brooklyn, New
Jersey and Wcstchestcr county. Principals otily need
apply, with papers
E. M. MASON, No. 1 Chambers street
COPAKTIHEUHIIIPH.
VIEW YORK, OCTOBER 1, 1W1? THE COPARTNER
Hlilp heretofore existing under the firm name of
w oolley, Clark & Co. In this dav dissolved bi mutual con
rent. All ItillM due aald Arm are colici tad mid paid tiv
?lime. JOSEPH WOOLLEY, WILLIAM P. CI.ABK,
CLARK T. LANP1IBAR.
NEW YORK, OCTOBER 1, 1871? THE ABOVE lit; Si
ne- ? will hereafter be Comluetcd under ihe Arm
name of Woolley. Lanphoar * Co. JOSEPH WOOLLEY,
CLARK T. LANPHEAR, ALVAU W. UAKF.
KHRUPEAW STKASISH1P*.
VTORTH 6 BR MAN LLOYD STEAM.-UIP COMl'AN V.
IN FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND RREMEN.
The steamship MAIN, Captain IC ton Oteretulorp, will
sail on Saturday, October 6, at 2 P. M.. troui Bremen pier,
foot Third street. Holtoken; to be followed by sleaiuirtiip
DON AU, Captain G. Ernst, on Saturday, Octoliei' 12.
Rates or passnge to London, Havre and Bremen, payable
in gold or it*> equivalent iu currency.
First cabin $120
Second cabin 72
Steerage 30
For freight or passage apply to
OELRICHS A CO., Agent*, No. 2 Rowling Green.
N1,Y DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE,
rpllK II AMBUUQ-AM KRICAN PACKET COMPANY'S i
1 new Iron uiail ^
Captain Meyer, will nail on Thursday, October 3, I .'72, at
2 P. M.. for Hamburg, 1
taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London,
Cherbourg and Hamburg.
First Cabin, $120. Second Caldn, $i2.
Steerage, $30, payable iu United Stairs gold.
KI'NHARDT A CO., C. 11 RICHARD A lto\S,
General Agents, Oeneral Passanger Agent*,
?il Broad street, N. Y. 61 Rnadwav, N. Y.
Tiie hammoni \ will sail October 10.
1NMAN LINE.
I For Oucenstown and Liverpool. Royal Mail Steamers
are appointed to sail a* follow*:?
CITY or ANTWERP Thursday, Oct. H, 2 P. M.
CITY OF BRUSSELS Saturday, Oet 0, ; A. M.
CITY OF LIMERICK Thursday, Oct 10. 12 Noon.
CITY OF I'AHIS Saturday, Oct. 12, 2 P. M.
CITY OF WRIST'?L Thursday Oct. 17,2 r. M.
CITY OF LONDON Saturday, Oct. lit, 7 A. M
and each surcecding Saturday and Thursday, from pier
46 North River.
RATES OF PASSAGE.
I'm able In gold. Payable in eiirreney.
lirnt Cabin $76 Steerage $??
To London CO To l.ondon 30
To Paris !)0 To Paris .18
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Swe
den. Norway nnd Denmark at re, laced rates.
Tickets can lio bought liere at moderate t ate- by per
fcons wishing lo send lor th< ir friends.
Tli rough bills lading given cn shipments of goods to
ilavre ait.1 Anlwerp.
Droits issued at lowest rates.
For further iuiormation apply at the company's office.
JOHN t. Dale, Agi n!,
16 Hroiiilvu), Ni >v York.
0
TIIE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL
STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE,
CALLING AT BREST.
The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Con
tinent will sail from uler No. 50 North llivor as follows:?
ST. LAURENT, Leinarie Saturday, ttct. 6
FRANCE, Danro Saturday, Oct. 19
Y1LLB DE PARIS, Suruiont Saturday, Nov. i
PRICE OF l'ASSAOE in GOLD (Including wine),
TO BREST Oft HAVRE.
First cabin, $126-, second eabin, $71
Excursion tickets at reduced rale*.
These Hcamcrs do not carry peerage pat-tf tiger*.
American traveller* goinp loor returning from the Con
tinent ot Europe, by Inking the steamer* o! tliN line,
avoid both transit by Fug.ish railway and tin discom
forts of crossing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble
ami cxpen?o.
GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent, M> Broadway.
WHITE STAR I.INK.
I'or Queens town and Liverpool, carrying the
Cnlicd Slates Mail. Now antl tnli-i>owr red stcai'nsbips?
OCEANIC, BALTIC, GERMAN IC, ADRIATIO,
REPliBLlO, CELTIC. BRITANNIC, ATLANTIC,
Sailing l>om New York on Saturdays, trom Liverpool
on Tliiii>days, calling at Cork Harbor i aeli \va> .
ATLANTIC October fl, at 7:30 \. M
OCEANIC October 12. at P. M.
ADRIATIC October 19. at. 7 :'t0 A. M.
From tlie White Star dock, Pavonia terry, Jersey City,
Passenger aocomiuo ialloits lor (ill eta-sen unrivalled,
combining safety, speed and comfort.
Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathroom* in
midship section, where Ie?i..t motion is I'elL Surgeons and
stewardess accompany the steamer.
Rate?? Saloou, $Hu in polil ; steerage. $.'?) in currency.
Those wishing lo send tor friend* in the Ola Country
can now obtain steerage pupuid certificates. $:tt cur
rency.
Passengers booked to or front all part* of America,
Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Austral. a,
China. Ac.
Draff* from ?1 upward.
For information apply at the company's office, 19
Broadway. New York.
Bills ot lading ifsued through to Contim mat port".
J. II. HP> RES. Agent
ISM AY, 1MRIV. A CO. , lfl Water street. L.vevpot l, and
No. 7 East India il venue, Lt mleiihall si ri rt. LotHiOti.
ITN1TED SiATI.S MAIL LINE.? STEAM TO Ql'EENS
J town and Liverpool.
Saihng every Wednesday.
WISCONSIN, Freeman, Jr Oet. ?, at 3 P. M.
MANHATTAN, Price, J t Oct !', at lit'.. A. M.
From pier 4(1 North River.
Cabin passage. $t*t, gold ; steerage, $'W, cnrrencv.
Prcnaui ticket*, $.'W, cnrrencv.
Passenger* booked to ami troin Paris, llaini-urg. Nor
way itnd Sweden. Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, Prance
and Germany at lowest rate*. Apply to
WILLIAMS A Gl'lON, 2!t Broadway.
(1ITNARD LINE.
J THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, CALLING
CORK HARBOR
FROM NEW YORK. I FROM NEW YORK.
JAVA Wed (let. 2 PARTUIA Sat. Oct. 5
CALABRIA Wed. Oct. 8 ABYSSINIA. ...Sat Oct. Ill
I! I.' SSI A Wed. Oct 10 | BATAVIA... . Sat. Oct. 2?
CIIBA Wed. Oel.23 ALGERIA Wed. Nov. 2
SCt i l l A Wed. Oct. 30 I
Andeverv following WEDNESDAY ami SATURDAY'
from New York.
Rates of Passage? Cabin, $80, $100 and $IS't, gold, ac
cording to ni'coiiintodatioti. Tn kets to l'r,rls, $19, gold,
additional. Relt.ru ll' Lels on favorable tt rtus. Steerage,
$.10, currency.
Steerage tfekcta Irom Liverpool and Qnernstown and
all parts ol Europe at lowest rate*. Through bills ol lad
ing given for Belfast, Glasgow, Havre, Antwerp mid other
ports <>it the Continent and for Mediterranean port-. ? or
freight and eabin pa-sage apply at the coinpain '? office.
No. 4 Bowling Green; for steerage passage at No. Ill
Binadway, Trinity "ulhling.
CHARLES C 1RANCKLYN. Afieilt.
PASSENt'ERS PFR STEAMSHIP JAVA EMBARK
from 'he Cunard whart, foot of Grand sin 1 1, .tei sey
CI iv, al 3 P. M., on Wednesday, October 2, 1872.
t HAS. O. FRANCK i,VV,
No. 4 Bowling Green, New York.
/ 11IEAT WESTERN STEAM8H1P LINE.
Ijr
NEW YORK TO BRISTOL (England) DIRECT.
TnKiiiK koo(1? and pno?riin rs fur London. i n id ill, New
porl, Gloucester and nil norm in itrivtoi cintiim I.
the gteftincH ol thin line Will nail inn. the Atlantic
Dork". Brooklyn, asitolhitrx:?
CHEAT WESTERN, Stamper Tuesday, October 8
AHIi AiioN, Western Tuesday, October J'J
Cabin pafsa^f $7<>, currency.
steerage $3<;. currcucc.
Parties wishing to semi for their frl< nd* run <>t > in i n
prepaid, rortitleale*. Drafts for 11 und u|i?n< d*.
For Height or pursue, apply t:>
E. E. MORoAN'8 SON 8, 70 South Mrret.
NATIONAL LINE OK HTEAMSHIffl.
Weekly to tjiieojutoivit nnd Liverpool, ftn intt,htly to
ami from London direct.
TO QUEKNSTOWN AND LIVERrOOTj,
from birrs 44 and 47 North River.
SPAIN, Oracc Saturday, Oct 8, at 7i-W A. M.
CAN ADA, Webster Saturday. Oil. li' nt I I' M.
UK KECK, Andrews Saturday, Ort If- al T %1li V M.
KOVpT.iJrogan...... Saturday. Oct.**, at 1 r. M.
I'Olt LONDON DIRECT.
THR QI'EEW, Thomtis ...Wednesday "rt P, ?? p aw a . V.
HELVETIA, UrltiUf Wednesday, Oct. A at ii A. \1.
THESF. STE A MSIII Pr *RI.
THE LARUEST IN THE THAI')'.
Cabin pa*(.utre, $66 uml $7S. currency. ,
Steerage, $28, eur.\Bcy.
Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool Queenstown,
Londonderry, Olasirow or Uittdon, $32, current y
Por Inrther infoi inallon, apply *t the oonii>*ii> s office,
IP Broadway. r. W. J. HI R-'f, Manavcr.
REDUCTION IN PASflAOK IIATEH.
ANCHOR LINK.
Express passenger steamers sail trom New York ivory
Wednesday and Saturday.
Pa?<-( nuer* hooked and forwarded to and frorv .ill rail
way station- in (treat Britain, Ireland, Germany. Nor
way, Sweden or Dininnrk and America u< ?af< 1v, speed
iiy, comtortablyand cheaply asn?v other route oi liue.
?' Tin: NEW DEPaHIIKIS.
s?TinpAv's sti-smshs, VtDNKStiiT'l
AISTRALIA October ft TYRIAN October 2
col.t'MHlA <ictnlM-rl2 IOWA < >?-tnl>c r t?
KI'ROPA October 19 ALEXANDRIA... Oclolier 16
AKOI.IA October 24 BRITANNIA. Inher Z1
INDIA Nov. 2 CALEDONIA .... October 80
CALIFORNIA Nov. 9 OLYMFIA Nov. f.
. TRINACRIA Nov. 13
At noon, Oom pier 20 North lt|v< r, New York. <'nrre"i v
rat*- on i a'?HneKio Loudon, Liverpool. Oiavnw or Derrj,
by Wednesday'* steamers, fin); |.v Saturday's steamer*,
$64 and $75; exeitnilon ticket;. $l*h InteriiM'.llale. $?;
atcemite, $28, i crlilii iites at iiiwc^f rat * t en be l?>UKlit
here b\ ilio?c wi>hio* to send for their friend a.
Apply at vltc company'* otflcc*, to
II EN UEItSON' BROTHERS.
No. 7 Bowllll | <in en.
TiNiTBD st a i i s passport hi HRAU.^Of r it tAL
? l'a*?ports of the Department of St*u. Intted bv a.
WU.LMAltTII, t inted 8tnte? Court limine , 41 Cham
ber* street.
IUADTUISE STKNMSIIIPI.
tTMTF.n STATES MAIL TO HAVANA.
I AT LA NTH! MAIL STKAMSffll' ?HOMPA.?A , 'hH'iie
reiiularly every '' lit'itwJMV, nt 3 o'etock I'. M. pri i i-? ly,
Iroiii pier No. 4 Noi'tfi River. .
MORRO <. ASI I,K, Capt. T. II. Morton Oct. S
CHHSCENT CITV, t'apt. T H Curtil On. 10
Mlssoi'RI, tfnpt M R. tiif^ne. via Nat au out. 17
ttir irelgiii ur | itpvly IP.
A. W. DlMOt-K, F|-.?I?I?M,
Ki. I {'twill i, < n.
COA*TWl*K IT BAM SIIIP9.
PACIFIC MAIL HTKAMSHI P COMPANY'S
LINK TO
CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA,
via Panama.
carrying mail", passengers
and freight to
Aspinwnll, Panama, Santa Martha,
OrevfoWB, anil Pacific Coast of
Mexico, Central America,
Peru anil Chile.
Steamers leave 10th, 20th an. I 30th each month, except
when those dates fall on Sunday, then the ilav previous.
Oct. 111.? Steamer HENRY CHAUNOEY, ( apt. A. O.
Cray, will leave pier 42 North River, at 12 o'clock noon,
for Asplnwall direct, connecting at Panama, with steamer
ARIZON A, Captain Kamsworlb, touching at Acapulco,
Msn/anil'o and Ma/atlan, anil also connecting lor all
Central American and South Pacific purl" Departures
of 10th and 20th each month connect with the company'!
steamer, touching at San Kcnito. Tonatn. Sallna Cm* and
Port Angel. Krefglu lor all way porta rtotlved until i P.
M. of Octi b.'r 8.
An extra steamer will leave San KrtncliiOO October 1A
1M72, lor Japan mul China. Kor rat?s of pa?Mi|fi , freight
ami all lurtht r Information apply af company * office on
llie pier, fo t ol Canal street. K. It BaHY. Agenl.
Direct link to iiavana.
HAVANA, I'ltf Kilt hst > and VERA CRUZ.
Now York unit Mexican Mail Steamship Line, leaving
pier No. 3 North Kiver at 3 P. M., direct to Havana : ?
CLEOPATRA, Phillips (Havana only), Wednesday, Oct. %
CITY UK M KX Ico, Sherwood . .Wednesday, Oct. II
CITV OK 1 1 A V \ N 1, Dcakcn (Havana only). .Wed., Oct. IB
CLEOPATRA, Phillips illuvana ouly) .. .Tuesday, Oct. i'i
CITY OK M KKIDA. Timmcriiian Tu< sday, Oct. 29
CITY OK HAVANA (Havana only) Tuesday, Nov. ft
Kor freight or passage applv to
K. ALEXANDRE A SONS. S3 Broadway.
VOR NEW ORI.KANK DIRECT.
X1 M KIM 'II A NTS' STEAMSHIP LINT,
from pier No i> North Itiver, at 3 o'clock I'. M.
WESTERN METROPOLIS.
on Saturday, October ft.
Freight received dally. Throuvh rate* riven for St.
Louis, Yicksburg, Mobile, tinlvo.ifon and Indiaiiola.
Kor IVeii/ht or pftsHtgc, having superior accommoda
tions, apply to KlfKDEHU: HAKKK, 30 Broadway.
BMJll NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
The Cromwell Steamship Line.
The steamship GEO. CROMWELL, Captain Samuel L.
ClApu, will leave pier No. 9 North River on Saturday ,
Oc lolier S, at X o'clock P. M Freight received dailv
TtiroiiKh rates givui to Ualvcstoit, Indiaiiola, Mobilo
and St. Loul*. J'aoln passage, $M; steerage, ?'?;>.
Kor freight or uasmge apply in
H. H CROMWRLL A CO., HI West street.
I.IOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
? southern Line.
The steamship UKNKIIAL SEDGWICK,
? :i i tain Evan*.
will leave pier 21 East IJiver, Wednesday, October A
Freight for St. Loul", Mobile and Onlvcston taken,
l'or freight or pti?sag?, h ivlng superior accommoda
tions. applv to
C. H. MALLORY A CO., 153 Maiden lane.
rilKXAS LINK OK GALVESTON STEAMERS? TOUCH
1 ini: at Key Wcit, carrying the I'niled States mall.
The sfeum -Itip CITY oK ALVI'IN, Captain McCreer.v, at
pier 20 East River, ? ill leave on Saturday, October ft.
Through trills ot lading given to Houston and to all points
on the Galveston, Houston and Henderson and It. H. K?
and c. Railroad.
Kor freight if 'passage apply to
ii M iLLORY .v co., 153 Maiden lane,
OrtoW. P. CLYDE. 110 Wall street.
b
jiolt NOIIKOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.?
I he otii Dominion steamship Company will despatch
front p'e rili North Ul\er their elegant slilewhecl ?team
ship ol.li DOMINION, Ilourne, comiiiander, for Norfolk,
City Point aiid Riehiiiond, Saturday, September 2H. at S
P.M., giving through bills ot lading to all point* South
and Southwest. Through passenger tickets issued to all
points. Accommodation* uucuu illed. Apply at pier 37
orat the general otllce, 1^7 Greenwich street, corner of
Dry.
T 5 i A V Eli ?- ifi US' OL IDK.
Albany and troy hy day line boats, o. vib
BARD and DANIEL DREW.? Leave Vestry street
pier at 8:30 A. ,\i. and Thirty-fourth street ut 8:4 fi, lamlintC
at \ tinkers. Tarry low i> and Nytick (by furry boat), Pough
kecpsic, Rhitiebt ck, 'i'lvoli, Catsklll anil Hudsoit.
Trip tleketi to Co/./ens', West Point, Cornwall and New*
burg, returning same day, 31.
Connecting lor nil points. W est and North.
Last pasxigi ? t'p, Octobers; down, October?.
/CITIZENS' EVENING LINK STEAMERS KOR TROY
' ' direct.? Stennier# SI 1 NN'YSIDE and THOMAS
l'OWICt.L leave | -ier.iC North River, foot of North Mooro
street, daily, Satunlays excepted, at 6 P. M? making *ura
eonnecliou< with it'! train* goin < North, Easf and West.
Tickets sold iinil baggage checked to all poinl- on Rens
selaer and Sit ni i(>':a mid Troy and Uo^to'.i Hnllronda.
/ 1HANGB OF HOUR
\J For Keyport.
On and after Monday, September :!0. the steamer
" MATTEAWAN
will leave New York, foot of Barclay slrrel, at 3:10 P. M,
CULL RIVER LINE KOR BOTTOM, VIA NEW PORT.?
I The steamers HltlSTO/j and I'ltOVlDHNCK, from
Vler -s Norlh Klvor, foot of Murrny street, daily (Sunanya
excepte?t\ at f>:ir, P. M. Tickets - >!d lo principal points In
New ICngland .the White Mountains ami Province*.
A. P. UACON, .Superintendent.
? ? ? ? r=--? . 1 g
Hxccnsioar*.
F' lOR CHARTER? TO I'ARGET COMPANIES AND KX
enrsions, the side wheel steamer "Poi>e Catlm." Kor
' terms, Ac., nppiv :tl otllco Mm risania S. I). CO., Molt
I Haven, N. Y.
I rro CHARTER? Til K SALOON 8IDKWHEEL STEAM
I I boat ELIZA II AN( OX. lor day or nu-nxon. Apply to
! WILLIAM II. HAZARD, .1 1 . , 173 Greenwich Mreel.
HOIJ8E8, itUOilM. ?&C., WAMKD.
In tliN City mitl HriMiUlyti.
k ?WANTED IMMF.DIATKLY, P.Y A SMALL FAMl
7V. ly of ndu'N, n furnished House, convenient to I'onr
tci nlh Vtrc.-t cm s, ? here whole or pari of rent >?. o dd be
tnkrn in board. Addieai PERMANENT, box iUh llerahl
Uptown Branch oWo?.
\ FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED? FOB A GOOD
tenant ; si mi ii iturnlshcd House, in goo<l locution,
lor private family. Call, with lull | articulars.outiEOROIs
C. M)lIhN. 17.'. tilth avenue.
A FURNISHED HOUSE, THREE* OR FOUR STORY,
wanted Central location, re a onal.le lent. Own
ers picii?c ?? ml or leave particulars lo C. S. PECK A CO.,
flfti Broadway.
EpORNISHED HOUSES WANTED? FOR FIRST Ci.ASX
I tenants, in the host localities, F. U. D. BROWN, Ml
?road wa.v.
Rooms WANTED.? TWO ROOMS (FIRE A NO
i lights included', In a desirable location, by a gentle
man, who will gi\c ihe use ot hi* Household t'liiniturn
a - mi equivalent. Reference given and recjulrcd. Address
11.. bfix I. ten I'n-t offlcn.
W'ANTKD? A llttl SE KOR PRIVATE FAMILY, FROM
f? three to five years ; rent not to eso< od ? 1,810. Ad
dregs itEo. nL' no A N, ftt Cliff mrcet., up stairs.
WANTED? Il\ A RESPONSIBLE FAMILY, A WELL
1 1 turulf lied House in ? good location ; rent not lo ex
i red per month; would board the owner, If agree
able, in part I a< n ent ; relerenccs exchanged. Addres*
It., Herald otllce.
WANTED? A I A RGB AND NICELY Fl RNIHIIED
?? House; location betwevti Twentieth and Thirtieth
strertsnnd Si Mil and Mudlsotl live nu??. Address, with
term - and full particulars, E. M., West Klllecnth street.
\\' ANTED? FULLY' URNISHED HOl'KE, FIRST
1 < clss- location, by two adult;.; owner board greater
portion of Ihe rent, with privilege of a tew unexception
able boarder^; r. I'f rences. Address L. L., Herald office.
WA*vrKo~A brown STONE DWELLING HOUSE,
YT completely furnished, by n private family, no chil
dren: location h t ween Thirtieth ami Korty seventh
streets and Madl-ou and Seventh avenues ; from Novem
ber I to Msy I. Address, stating rcni and location, E. Y.
box l<!4 Herald ollice.
\l'ANTKi> ? I'Oi: PROMPT TKXWT, T I I.I. M.W 1,
uiiiiiriiinlici! HotKC, neighborhood Broadway and
Foify-Uilv,( (?trcet, H,i<U) to $l,>") I per year; ul?o nsverai
othcrft lor I'urnMied and unfurnished.
HAVKS it SON-!, *1 Cedar ?trcet.
UrANTKD? A UOUSK, NOT I.I'.SS THAN a) PKFT
trhnt, four ?lnry, IiIr'i tlov. between f^ixth and
fourth hv rimes, above Twi my lliirtl ? tree! ; I* wanted for
it !ir*l chtfH In nrdin* Iimt -i ; rt-n i paid <|ll?rtei ly ill ???!
VMIiep. It I h Kit, III,: SIC Altl. No. !> Pine Htrect.
IITAMBD -BV A FAMILY OP FOUR ADI'I.TS, A
it Floor, mm- lied or tinrui nUlird, In k gnoil b,< ntiot).
AditrtN I.. 1.., I ox 173 Herald 1'ptown Branch oltle*.
\Vf ANTED ? FOR A SMALL FAMILY, A FIRST 01. ASM
" tinftirn'Hlieil l!cit?e In !<??".: for u term ol' year*; it
lull"! be located In- 1 ecu Sixth and Seventh avt hncfi and
T?i'nt\ tilth uttil Thirty -filth ilrcrl". Adtlresa .1 M. D.,
Hi rnlit l: plow n Branch ofiiee, mutiny urmt-aud location.
In Hits Country.
PART OF A Uf't'SK WAN IKD -fN F.LIZA HF.TII, N.
.1.: una!: mmily III three uditlU; rent liltlM be moder
ate. Apply at Mil Orulid ?trrot ISAIAIt WATTS.
FINN AKTS.
HOI M US' rililTO-Altflll TKCT.-A SERIKS OF PIO
tuieiol IIk- fluent buildintfft ot the city, l?y nil llio
architect*. mailed monthly everywhere and I'oV pale al
I lie Olliie. SHt Ble?dwity. H. A. IIOI.M KB.
Oil. PAINTIKOH CABKFULLY CUUIU AND KB
moieil; p.iniriiinr attention ?i?en lo lainllv por
traits Ac. ( parties tle-dring it can liarc their picturc*
done on their own premise*. Office 8W Broadway, up
Malr*. ur at rriiidcucc, ISO West Twilitti ilreci. frcwrvt
Ibid 11 iul' ri ntH.
UTJ
n t
YAC'HTB, ?'l BA1UBOAT9, ?M .
TKAMHUT WANTKD-CASII AND RKAI. ESTATB
"all at ofllet of BKDDFIELD A CO. 339 Broadway
A
DENTIS'i'l&Y.
-DR. VAN VLH\'K, DENTIST, 2Cl SIXTH AVKMUE,
near Kcvfnl enth rtrcot (lotnirrly 173 *<t *th ave
tun*.)? sevornl reason* why it Ut overy one't intcrcut to
|Mttrimla? DcntM TAN Tt.lfCK.
4R0OLUTBLY PA1NLKS.- ?1 1. Fill BZTBAOTBO
J\ without ita?. chloroform or ether, Combination Sew
extremely light ami durable. Rutilier Sets, $1U. ilti Sixth
avenue, between I ouitccntli and Fifteenth streets. K*
tahlitdied 24 yearn. Dr* L. BKKII Altli A SMITH.
STORAOB.
UTOAAOI.? WIST SIDF. FLRNITIT.F. rrOBAGB
tJ Warehouse* on Abingdon square. Quods placed In
? ?imrnto mom*. Principal office 5M Hudson street, bo
tweeu Hank and We*t Twelfth *treet?.
H. taooart, Proprietor and Manager.
MATRIMONIAL.
]>RIVATK MATRIMOItlAL Bl'RKAU -PFRRONAL
intriHlnotlon* niven. Send lor circular to Hecretary,
2H Weit Fourth street, box II.
AITROliOGTi
4 TTFNTION.-MISS WELLINGTON. KB WKST
^'V r?cnty Hevenlh Mrcet near >lxth avenue, ean (>?
ron.?ulleil on all alt'air* ol ti/e; Drin^a the teparuted to
Kctlicr and Kiven luc ky nu.itbers.
AKTONIfiUINO BBVELATIONS BY TIIK WONDK*
Itti Mc?merl?t and AntrolngUt, Prof. MAURIS. Lova
RnxitieM, At>aent Fi ieiiii?, Ac. 3i BoniT ?treet.
Madame rosa, hiikat natural clai rvoya n^T
rev. al?3 ?iin wlioti lite, from the cradie to Uie kf*H
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