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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Money Easy and the Rate on
Call 5 a 7 Per Cent.
The Bank of England Discount Rate
Kaised to 4 1-2 Per Cent
THE MEASURE PRECAUTIONARY.
Only a Slight Response from the
Gold Market.
DECLINE n FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
Government Bonds Higher and Mercantile
Paper in Active Demand.
THE STOCK MARKET IRREGULAR.
Wester? Union Weak, Ohlos, C., C. and I.
C. and St. Fan! Strong and
the Others Steady.
Wall Street, 1
Wednesday, May r?<1 P. M. j
On 'Change to-day cotton was dull ami heavy for
?p*t and *c. per lb. lower tor future. Hour was
steadier, wheat was quiet, but firm, while corn
was about steady.
COMPARISON OP TOE EXPORTS.
The total exports of domestic merchandise from
Hew York to foreign ports lor the week ending
May?, and since the beginning of the year, com
pare as follows :?
1871. 1872. 1873.
Par the week $3,910,936 $4,7.0,733 $7.54S,079
Previously reported 77,328,008 68,045,too 87,123,146
Since January l..$8l.23:t,444 $72,83<;,423 $04,641,825
TUB UOVEKNMKNT PURCHASE OF BONDS.
rfce proposals to sell flve-twenties to the govern
ment were twelve in number, the amount ten
iered being $1,351,400, at prices ranging (ex cou
pon) from 116.49 to 116.49. The half million was
?btained at 110.49 a 116.92. To-morrow the gov
ernment will sell 1,500,000 gold.
THE KOKtilliN MARKET.
The chief item in the cabio report is the an
nouncement that the directors of tlie Hank of
England saw fit, in a special session this noon, to
raise the minimum of tho discount rate to 4* per
cent, as against 4 per cent, the immediately pre
vious rate. The effect iu Loudon was to cause a
DEPRESSION IN CONSOL3
?t * per cent, but otherwise the market was
Steady. Our bonds were firm throughout the day.
In fact the >67's, which wcVe a trine lower before
the alteration of the bank rate, recovered and
closed strong. Erie siiares were * a * lower.
The new French loan was heavy and declined to 4
per cent premium, while rentes in I'aris were about
?teady.
MONEY EASY.
The money market was easy, and, perhaps, rather
Ri?re so than during the earlier days oi the week, tae
rate on call ranging from 7 dowu to 5 per cent and
?iesingate per cent. The heller in its continued
case has induced a further and active inquiry for
mercantile paper, which, to use a hardly too strong
expression, Is quite the rage with
INVESTORS
leeking to use their lunds lor the next sixty days
!? six months. It may seem strange that so much
eapitai should so suddenly seek this channel of ln
restment when there are so many divi.lcnd-paying
?tocks and interest-bearing railroad bonds of un
toubted reliability capable of affording nearly as
large returns. The explanation is that tho
fenycr of the stock or bond runs the risk of a de
preciation or the principal in the Interval to the
time when he wants his money apaiu, while
MERCANTILE PAPER
Is certain to be redeemed at par. The security of
the railroad bond lor a long Investment is not
doubted. But the buyer who wants to sell it out
at the end of three or six months may be com
pelled to take one, two or even Ave per cent less
than he gave for It?a depreciation wh cli would
offset the interest earned in tlio meantime. But
the merchant's note, amply endorsed, and bought
at 7 a 10 per cent discount, Is, in the ordinary
course of human events, sure or being taken up at
par at the time of maturity. The outstanding
extra greenoacks have been reduced $154,000 since
feiterday.
DECLINE IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
One of the remarkable incidents of the day was
the decline in foreign exchange, notwithstanding
the action of tho Bank of England, at least as far
U sterling.and francs were concerued, the Conti
nental rates Delng Urm. The feadlng drawers low
ered sight sterling * per cent and slxty
?ay bills * per cent, widening the differ
ence between tho two classes or bills to one per
cent. The reduction is due to the abundance o f
commercial bills drawn against the heavy produce
exports of the past week. The following are tho
Quotations as revised:?Sterling, sixty days, com
mercial, 107* a 108*; do., good to prime bankers',
108* a 108*; do., short sight, 109* a 109*; Paris,
lixty days, 5.31 * a 5.25*; do., short sight, 6.21 * a
6.20*; Prussian thalers, 71* a 71*; Antwerp,
l.3? a 5.26; Switzerland, 6.30 a 5.26; Hamburg,
M* a 95*; Amsterdam, 39* a 40*; Praukfort,
10* a 41*; Bremen, 94* a 95*.
GOLD HIOnKR?117* A 117*.
The gold maruct opened only steady, and the
Irst sales were at a decline from 117* to 117*.
The action of the Bank of England being an
nounced soon alter there was a rally and rise to
117*, the comparatively small advance being due
to the simultaneous weakness of foreign exchange
and to the fact, furthermore, that the raising of the
Bank of England rate not only had been dis
counted, but was regarded as precautionary, in view
?r the action of the Continental banks, rather than
an immediately necessary expedient. Tho course
of the market is shown in tho table
w A. M 117* 1 p. M mv
10106 A. M 117* 1:06 P. M. .{ft
10:22 A. M 117* 2 P. M.".....
11 a. m 117* 3 p. m...77&
4 P. M 117* a 117*
In tho gold loan market the rates ranged from
8 to 7 per cent for carrying.
The Sub-Treasury paid out $380,000 on account of
Interest. The European steamer took out $44,551
In silver.
TOE RAILROAD BONDS. *
The railroad bonds were dull and the tone or the
market Irregular. The Union Paciflc land grants
were strong late in the day, but the firsts con
tinued heavy. The following were the bids at the
eall as amended by prices in subsequent dealings
New YorkCcn?'?.'83... 9Ui Tol A Wab Htm, ex.... 95V
New J?rk itn i i.rc.. N7 Tol 4 WauHt, Si L dlv. 91
New York l en l'NMib.87 Tol A Wab 2il in 91
New Y irkI en ,'s. 7t>..lU>K Tol A Wab equip lids... ?1?
f.ric Htm, extended...lUl Tol A Wab con ronv.... K5
Erie 5KJ 99 (it Went iatm,18>w 9s*
trie <'Mtb m. an 99 (It Went 2d m. 1898 sa
Long 1 ockboud*....... 97 4 <>aleim A Chicago ex.. .102
Bull, > V A K Htm, 77. 94 Chic.K 1 A 1'ac 103*
liud HIv 7>, 2d m at,'86.104* Motrin A hut-ex Htm...102*
Hud H i'l.idm, 74 97* Morrw A hsnex 2d m... 97*
llarlem cm andst b'ii...lu0 N J i en ldtm.n li?4i
Alb A t Uh .u bus 97 NJ ^outlieru Htm 7'?.. 75*
Micfc?o7?< kdm 97 1 itts k JV A V id
Mich Bo A N 1? r7p c. .101* Fitto, f W A Chic 3dm. 92
??? A Tol gf 102"4 Cicv A FllH2d in
^.T.*.10,1 n^w hd8--- & Clev A Pitt* 3d m me
?. PA A eldbda w* Chic A All Htm 104V?
C- r ? A new t.dn V3 Chic A Alt income M
rfi.n * t'dn.... Ohio A Mini roii h f 93%
?ur *..?ne new bd?... !?3 Ohio A Mlmcon 93
Lake Shore con r Ml ?tliio A Ml??2dm. con.. Ml?
i;?e. Rli i *, (ii'd Mo mi* Ht Lotm A Iron M 1st.. 9s
Ten I'aciflc gold I,ds...lu3* Mil AStP i?tm,S'?,Fl).lU8
Western I antic bds.... 9fl Mil A M Paul 7 ?, g, R U 92*
Union I'acltic Hi in.... hti* M A St I' Ht m, LaC D. 91
Union iMtflrij 74* M A Ht F lnt m, 1 A MO. M*
Belleville A 8 111 Ht, 8'?. ?tt M A ht F Ht iu.CAM.. M
Alt A ler H,2d m pret... SH M A Kt P 3d in, C A 77u
AH A T?r H.kiim Ine.. 78 t hie A Mli Htm 9,11;
" >e A N W 11 1 9.) Col, t hk A In.. O 1st.. 87'4
Ic AN W Intbdj).... W* Col, t hie A lndC-d... 72C
Ic A N W con bug S?>-4 Tol, 1' A W, K L?...... 92
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Chic
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Cnic A N W Htm 98 Tol. r A W , W 1) M
11 an 4 Ht Jotowvtn... 37* N * A > Bti'i yj
I>fl, MfU w lit m lHij F?rt, H k Brtelntm To 38
lit 1, Lack A Wpki 2d m. 97% CeU rail* * Min 1st m . tfl
Dei, Lack k W i 'k cuii.. ICU
Til K CITY BANK BTOCKS.
The following were the bid* lor the city bank
snares:?New York, 135; Manhattan. 161; Mer
chants', lid; Mechanics'. 188; America, 150; City,
255; Mechanics and Traders', 120; Gallatin Na
tional, 118; Merchants' Exchange, 90: State of New
York, ex 100; Commerce, HO; American Exchange,
108; Bank of the Republic, 109; Bauk oi North
America, 100; llauover, 105; Metropolitan, 134;
Market, 122; Nassau, ex lu3; Continental, 80; St.
Nicholas, 109; Commonwealth, 86; Importers and
Traders', 185; Park, 148-; New York National Kx
change. 00; Central National, 04; Fourth National,
iio;?; Ninth National, 104; Uerman American, loo.
ERIE KA1LW A Y KAUNINU8.
The following is the last oillrial return of es
timated weekly earnings of the Krte Hallway Com
pany, commencing November 1,1872:?
1873. 1873.
6 Days. C Tkiys.
For week ending April 30 $386,892 $384,320
ITeviously reported 8,133,847 8,4l?,2&3
Total earnlugs since Nov. 1. $8,610,239 $6,840,68.!
Decrease lor week 1,003
Increase lor six months to date 281,343
The earnings of the Central i'aeillc Railroad com
pany compare as follows :?
For the month ol April, 1873 $1,132,920
For the month of April, 1872
For the month ol April, 1871
Increase tins year over 1872 183,32*
Increase this year over 1871 *11.091
Karnmgs first lour months, 1873 3,6o4,256
Ra ulngs first lonr months, 1872 2,989,421
Karuings tirst fourmonthB, 1871..... 2,367,:;66
Increase this year over 1672. 664,834
Increase this year over 1871 1,290,81*)
GOVERNMENTS BTHONfl.
The government list was strong and pricc9 ad
vanced % a % per cent, holding the improvement
to the close, when the following quotations pre
vailed:?United States currency sixes, 116%' a 115%;
do. sixes, 1881, registered, 118 a 118%; do. do.,coupon,
121% a 121% ; do. live-twenties, registered, May and
Novemoer, 115% a 116; do. do., 1862, coupon,
do., 116% a 116; do. do., 1864, do. do., 115% a 116;
do. do., 1865, do. do., 117% a 117% ; do. do., 1867, reg
istered, January and July, 117% a 118;' do. do., 1865,
coupon, do., 118% a 118%; do. do., 1867, do. do., 120
a 120%; do. do., 1868, do. do., 118% a 118%; do.
ten-lorties, registered, 111% a 111%; do. do., cou
pon, 113% a 114; do. fives, of 1881, registered,
114 a 115; do. do. do., coupon, 114% a 116.
SOUTHERN SECURITIES DUI.L.
The Southern State bonds were dnll and firm.
The Tennessccs sold at 81% a 81%. The others
were steady, the market closing as follows:?Ten
nessee, ex coupon, 81 a 81%; do., new, 81 a 81%;
Virginia, ex coupon, 43 a 48; do.,registered stock,
old, 36 a 40; do., sixes, consolidated bonds, 63%
a 63%; do., sixes, deferred scrip, 13 a 13%; Georgia
sixes, 73 a 78; do., sevens, 90 a 91; North Carolina,
ex coupon, 27 a 28; do., new, 16 u 17; do., Bpccial
tax, 15 a 16; Missouri sixes, 94 a 94%; do., Hanni
bal and St. Joseph, 90 a 91; Louisiana sixes, 40 a
47; South Carolina sixes, 20 a 37; do., new, January
and July, 17% a IS; do., do., April and October, 27
a 28; Arkansas sixes, funded, 30 a 40.
TUB LAKE SHORE RAILROAD.
Copies of the aunual report of the Lake Shore
Itailroad Company were presented to the Stock
Exchange to-day at the same time that the otllcial
document was given to the stockholders' meeting
at Cleveland, Ohio. The following is a summary lor
the results lor the year ending December 31,1872:?
Cross earnings.
From freight $12,613,490
From passengers 4,163,614
From all other sources 814,016
Total $17,591,629
Expenses and laxes, 67 per cunt $11,839,625
Net earnings $6,762,104
Interest on lunded debt, leases, &c. 2,039,?03
Dividends, ten per ceut. on gnaranceed,
and 8 per cent, on common stock, and
installment oi scrip 3,619,446
Total $5,559,249
Surplus lor the year 192.855
The facts contained in the above statement ex
plain the depression of the stock during the past
Winter and Spring. It is easy to sec that with a
surplus of less than $200,000 at the end of 1872, the
CHANCES OF DIVIDENDS
In 1873 are materially lessened by the increase
meantime of the capital stock to the <cxtcnt of at
least ten millions and an addition of $6,000,000 to
the bonded debt. In other words, the additional
demand upon the company for the current year is
17 per cent upon $0,000,000 (7 per cent Interest
and 10 per cent sinking fond) and 8 per cent upon
$10,000,000, making an aggregate of $1,820,000.
Now, as the operating expenses last year were 67
per ceut, the earnings this year must increase
nearly $6,000,000 to allow of the payment of all the
company's obligations and the maintenance of 8
per cent dividends upon the capital stock.
8TOCES QUIET AND IRREGULAR.
The stock market was quiet and the course of
prices irregular. Lake Shore was steady, iiotwltli*
standing the unfavorable nature of the annual re
port, its fluctuation being confined within the nar
row margin of % per cent. Erie, l'aclllc Mall, Union
l'aclfic and Central were also steady. The stronger
features wero Chios, St. Paul, C., C. and 1. C. and,
toward the close, Wabash. At the opening Rook
Island was Btrong and advanced to 111%, but re
ceded to 110%. Western Union was the weak spot
of the list and declined about % per cent.
HIGHEST AND LOWEST PHICE8.
The following table shows the highest and lowest
prices of the principal stocks during the day :?
Highest. Lowest.
New York Central 102% 101%
Erie 65 04%
Lake Shore 93 92%
Wabash 70% 69%
Northwestern (No transactions.)
Northwestern preferred 87% 87%
Kock Island 111% 110 %
St. Paul. 68% 67%
Si. I*aul prelcrred 7:1% 73%
Ohio and Mississippi 44% 43>.?
Union Pacific S2% 32%
C., C. and I. C 36% 35%
Western Union Telegraph 87% 87%
Pacific Mail 53% 53
In Philadelphia stocks opened weak and delined,
but recovered and closed steady, Reading at 116%
aud Pennsylvania at 107%. The latter sold as low
as 107%.
BALES AT THE NEWTOEK bTOOK EXCHANGE.
Wednesday, May 7?10:15 A. M.
$10000US5-20,c.'W. 11. 118% $15000 US6>, 1040, e... 113%
30000 do 83 118% 20000 US 6'?, cur 116%
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100 yuick M Co 40% 100 dot nJ 61.'*
100 Con Coal c 56% 300 do t>5
600 Went Un Tel 87% 200 Tanama RK 113%
1000 do 87% 100 do 113%
SW do b3 87% 101) do 113%
200 do 87% 800 Un PkC KR 32%
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6.S% 010 do 1111 Va
lud do 110%
300 do U0V4
1(0 do iloj,
200M A st PKU bo 88,%'
100 do S3 6W%
do 6S>?
do S?!-,
100 do 68'4
200T. W A W K be 7u
20tlt)|iio A M KK....be 43?.
6t0 do b3 41
100 C, C A I C Kit...be 36%
%i30 to 4 P. M.
200 8hs L. S A M S R It... P2?i
11 ?<?
4(0 Uo 92 K
1(0 do b.3 9:%
... 92;'!
.b2 92*
, flCOOOCcn Par gold b. 103%
1 lUiibliH Canton t o 103;.
100 uo 101
110 do b3 104% (00 do
100 Jo s30 104,'j 210 (lo b2 9-J4*
210 do *30 106 2(0 do It!'.
loo Erie KR 04% louCA HI ku l,ns
1'0 do U3 64% 1(0 do Ilu'^
Wt0 UO 04% b0 uo 110%
100 Oo *3 (14% 600 do 110%
200 do ... 64>, 100 do 111)%
700 We?t Un Tel S7H lt0Mil A Ht P Rlt b3 4
:-Ut) do 03 ??% 410
loo do S3 87 % 3)0
400 do ?7% 100
400 do 87 Jd 100
4'0 do 87'? 100
1410 do 87% 100
300 do 87% 2(0
100 do 87>; 401)
lUOPnnainu KK 114
luo N J Cent RR 102%
do..
do.
do..
do.
Uo.
do
do.
do.
6NS,
68'4
30.1 Pac M s8 10
100
Z?N
3i0
2(0
1(0
2wi)
700
0(0
400
3%
do 63%
do 43*(
uo 43%
do &3 83%
ao 63%
4:t%
6;t',
4.1%
70%
?'.'%
1(0Del, L A W KR 102
1(0 do 102%
100 Ohio <t M KK 44',
do
UO.
410 T,W A W Kit
100 do
7)0 N YC A II KK 102
100 Uo k3 102
600 do I(i2%
1(0 tlo 102
100 do b3 li2
K0 do 101%'
4(0 do 101%
100 U Pacillc KK 82%
1)0 Uo b3 32%
1400 do 32)4
800 do S3 32.^,
1100
900
2)0
I2U0
1200
80U
1800
800
900
2(0
1100
21*1
110
7(0
do 1)3
do 44%
do b3 41%
do 44',
do b3 44%
do 44%
do 44%
do b3 41%
do 44%
do s3 44%
do.
do.
44'
do.
do
200 11 A bl Jo KK
61M do
I<0 do...
,b3
44
44
43%
1)3 42
.. 41%
.. 41%
KM0C, OA I (' Rlt.
100 do b3 36 "
loo Uo :J6S
loo Pac ltli Oi Mo 4/
CLOSING PRICES?4 O'CLOCK P. M.
88 % a
80 u
87 a
.102% a
110% u
. 4s,% u
7.),% a
#9% ?
43% .1
41% a
.1
36% a
Wontrrn Union. 87% a
Ouieksilver 30% a
1 aiiatna 113 u
AdHinshx 96% a
Wellu-Kargo lix 80% a
A111 Mer Un Ex. 0V% a
U s Express.... 73% a
Pacific Mail.... 83 , a
\ Ceniral...l01>4 i :
trio 64'% a
Harlem 12b a !
Lake hbore 92% a
Union I'aeilic.. 32% a
Pittubunr
Nortlnvesnni..
Norihwcst'n pf.
.n J t en 11111
Rock Island
H Paul
ft Paul prel
Wiiiiash
Ohio A Mis
lian A st jo....
Dos toll, II A E..
t, L * 1 I,
89
82
87%
103%
110%
68%
3%
COMMERCIAL REPORT.
Cotton Dull and Heavy?Receipt* at the
Ports 8,658 Bales ? Flour Steadier ?
Wheat Firmer ? Corn Steady ~Oat?
Iligher-Pork Nominal?Lard <tuiet?
Groceries dulet, but Firm?Petroleum
Htcady?Spirits Turpentine Dull?Rosiu
Easy-Whiskey a Shade Firmer.
Wednesday, May 7?6 P. M.
Business In general merchandise was only
moderate to-day, and the markcta were In somo
canes irregular. There was more tone to the
breadstulTs market, and prices were rather higher,
?hough business was very moderate. Flour was a
trifle firmer; wheat was a cent a bushel dearer lor
prime samples, which were scarce. Corn was
without decided change, but quiet. Oats were in
better deniaud and dearer. Whiskey was also
dearer. Pork was quiet, weak and nominal, while
lard was steady without much movement.
Freights were quiet. Cotton wan dull and heavy.
Groceries were quiet, but Ann. Petroleum was
quiet, but steady. J^aval stores were dull and not
essentially changed in price.
Apples.?The market remained about the same
as when last reported. There was a continued
good demand for selected Winter, wnich are be
coming scarce. The arrivals have been moderately
(air, but included very few choice. We (juote :-StlecU><t
choice Winter, *3 s $3 60 perbbl.; Western New York
mixed lots, $2 24 a $3; Rivor mixed lota, $1 60 a $2 50.
Buttkh.?The reclpts have been more liberal, but,
under n continued good demand, stock does not accumu
late to any extent. Prices were about steady. The ex
port* for the week ending were 74,(J0o lbs. We quote:?
New?state, pails and tubs, good to flue, 34c. a 36c.: do.
^ e,lsh, do. do., a4i\ a .15c.: State tubs, shipping selections,
37c. a 38c.; Western, dairy packed, 30c. a SJc.; do., store
packed, 24c., a 2Sc.; Orange county pails, retail price.
38c. a 40c. Old?State, firkins, good to fine, 40e.. a 44c.;
do., tubs, do. do., 40c. a 4Sc.: do.. Welsh tubs, do., 36c. a
38c. j Ohio and Michigan dairy, tubs, 28c. a 30c.; Western,
firkins, 14c. a 25c.; da, tubs, 16c. a 23c.; Canada, com
mon to good, 14c. a 23C. ^
7,'l h,e con tinned good, both for export
Ana frotti tlui home trade. The export clearance for the
week was about UU0.1M) lbs. Martct firm. Ws quote7
Old-State factory fine, lobbing, 16c. a 16%c.: Htatc fac
tory flue, shtpplnu, 14c. a 16c.; Mate factory common to
good. Si^alSc.; Western factory fine, Jobbing. 13?c. a
?Airsa
8tate?<J?lry, tlcfa Uc!*'* "Ct0ry' aU,,lmed'
r??or.rn"'7 he. ?ar*et, to-dav has been very nutet
" , ?uk p u'v' jUt Prlcc" w?re not <|uolablv
Srrf *K^nV. hardl>' IM? strong. No sales from
flrst hands were rfport.il. We ouote:?Rio-ordi
P*'y cargoes, 17^c. a 17^c.; fair eunfoeji 18e. a
? n\Vr ' "f"0*'"' lN%c' a lxjic.; prime cargoes, lilc. a
60 a 90 days' credit; Java, govurainent bnBfC^bc * 21c.
f16 ' ^"KoPorc. grass mats,
! atiia?r? y. ?U J ^ l8c- i "aratalbo, inc. a 19c.;
Angiitura, W'i
and ?. et f?!, c?tton on the spot was dnll
dolK?Jir?J/j.iITi^ io.i-i k a.bl? cha""e in prices future
tha eifilnl 1(7 ' ,n *t" marked decline In prices,
jy0*".1.* showing a reduction of fully %c. per
?till weak. Wo sum un thus
Total.
616
426
S
poand, with the market stTll weak. Wo iu'm ip tbuiT
Fxport ~
110
2s I
Consumption "* 141
Hpeculailon j
pTo,u) v '.l 444 "ton 944
For luture delivery (basis low middling) the sales havo
been as followsHales lastev ning alter three o'clock ?
.u 716c.; June, 1,000 at IS9-16c.; July, 40Uat
is ll-lte , M? at 18%c. Total, 2,900 bales. Sales to-day
Pi JJ J*.?May, (KK) at lH%c.. 400 at 18 7-lfic., *uo
-[ ^ *c.,J.IOOalJ,85 l6c J Jan*. ?*>'" V at 1H /.16c.,
? IW at lake. 4U) at 13 l?-iac- 2.2U) at 111 /-16c., 100 i.t
- |no *l "H'-. ?'?*) at 18I.Wo.,
"** *f *} ,aV:;ilu? ",l 18 S-Wf-. -,*1 at 18 ll-:?c,,
1^CM IUO Mt 18 5-I0C. ; July 400 tit 1.4V, r '/Jill nt
\h&o '1ik.V ,V wAc-.:iUl ut IH u ^-::;?.?! lit
ut ?i:vai!c. |no nt l8We., If*i ut
!2 iiL?? ? "?*}????? ls 9 ^?8UU ?' ' v'5< ?. II?? at
18 l5-.Ce., 300 at ln7-lfte., 4110 at 13kc.., 9<S) Ml 18 7-l?'o ?
August, Aw at ih*c., Mm at in 7 16c.%d at i?t'-c 711.1 ut
SmVimi?*' "a," . at w" "<iat iftviec.!
& ?tlRfcc. tfcptember. loo at 17 3-1*., 100 ut 17 9-32..
October. 100 at I7e Total, 23,700 bale*. lira ml total
2tMi00 bales. The receiptsat thf ports were a* follow*
Ualvc*ton, MA fiale?; New OrUuns, Miflg; Mobile 1S8
Savannah, 315; t hai U nion, MB; Wi luinirioti* 75'
Noriolk, 892; New York, 948; Ba.t..n, 77^ To
Ul, K,ti62 bales ThU day last week, f,H7? hales. This
day last year, 1,6 8 hale. Riteti on cotton to foreign
ports were nominal at the tallowing figures:?To Havre
by att ain, lo.; sail, lc. compressed ? to Hamburg, h}- itnuii'
VI. compressed : to Hrem-n, by steam. lc.: 10 Liverpool'
by steam, }?d. a 7-lftl.: tail, 6-1&I. a ?<d. We quote:? '
.... UfUutiU. Alubaum. Mete 1'rleaiu. Tl'in.
Ordinary UJf 14b U% u*A
Uood ordinary 1S? 16< li.i? ltiV
strict good ordinary 17lJ 17W 17*. 17?7
Low iniddling isB i$? l8ij J(c3
Middling 19}/ I.|l2 |ii? v<?
Uood middling Jli? iij? jjji' Xi
? I lie quotations arc bused on cotton in store, running
in quality nut more than hall a grude above or below the
grade quoted.
AJ": O"'?-?~0lPt* floor. f.^C bbls.; wheat,
31..I. 4 liubels; , orn, .14,.'.00 do.; corn local. :'5 bbls. uud .197
bags: ?t?, .10,699I bush. Is; barley, I,MM do. The flour
market was a trifle ttrmcr under a litile better inquiry
tor .hiding and amily bran,la. The lules since our last
foot u,. about 12,jU) blila., ut prices ?Itliui the range of the
subjoined quotation*. ? orn meal was quiet but Nteailv.
1-hu sales were confined lo 250 I>L> 1st., at irom $3 25 a $a sd
for lair Western to choice caloric. Feed?The market
was quiet, but steady; 2ft ton# mild at ?J0 tol a ?U
Oiioledt-'O' lbs. sharp*. $25a**; l(K, lhn. No. 1 middllni}'
?'7i Uja'n' ? ' So, u ^a 923; Ul ib' , (2t) a
?uperunTsiuie.:::::;:v.::v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.',6 S:1?S g
Kxtra Minnesota... j in * u Sti
| Round hoop Ohio, alii|>pniK brands.!"..'.!!!! 6 2* u 7 J6
, Kouiitl hoop Ohio, trade brands 7 Sit u 8 00
fcjt. 1-euiM, iow extraV.I" ? ?6 2 7 is
bt I-ouls, slraipchl extra 7 76 a 8 -S
I ouiM, choice douole extra 8 7o a ? so
TvinnlnV^0'00 l""ily ....".'.'.10 110 a 12 DO
iwiinoi iiiu y on u u hi
Ityo flour : : 4 is a 8 40
Sou-hem No. 2 4
bouihurn superflne n 7s ? ? in
Southern extra 7 23 2 a -S
Southern futility q r?o i? 1*2 mt
Corn ui al. Western "i::.:;" ? "7s a 'l ?
Corn meal, Jersey ? |V. ?
Corn meal, Brandy wine .'.'.'.'.'.'.I'.'.'.'. 3 66 a 3 75
lialtimore 4 40 t <> h
, Caionc?tl, *//# 3 *io a 3 oi
l uncWon.j ,U UU i. o. b,
?-n neat w a* quiet, but very scarce, and prime was about
1C. '|; ar?r. I he sale.H were only ulioiu tiO,uOO bnsliels, at
Si fjo 11 ?1 59 li r common spring, $i B6 tor good fhicairo,
?l bi In slore lor No. 2 Milwaukee, (2 (14 lor amb> r, $2 20
lor < ulltornia. 1'urt ol the above sales wore made last
evening, including No. 2 Milwaukee Spring, lor dr.-1 hull'
otJune,ai$l tO, and do., tor last hall ol May, al $1 6!i.
Corn whs steadier, cosing ut 66^c. bid lor old mixed in
store 1 hi* .-ales were only about 45,UK) bushels, a! 67o.
l?ir old in store, (>7h,c. a 68T-o. lor new do. atloal, ti8>ic. u
6'Jc. lor yellow, 73e. lor Western while nnd 7*c. a 8()c.
nouuually lor . ouihern do. uuu were decidediv firmer
and lairIv actue nt ilie improvement. The sales agitro
gale tuIIv !'5,IK1,I bushels, at 48c. u 49c. lor lnierior new
Western &Jc. a 52c. tor lair new mixed to choice light do.,
W' 14 M ?u' lor 'air lo elioice Western while aMoui; old
. L .Vu'f ;1" re-, Barley-sales 8,ooo bushels Canada
toi iiier pri .i^ju r *ss not dealt in, and nominal at
,?M{>"?;"T?-TThorj wus v?ry little accomplished to-day
in the line ol berth Irelglits, but rates were firm. A lair
business in charters was consummated, the inquiry beiu?
I principally lor vessels adapted to the petroieiiui trade,
| '*a'i's wiT" not noticabiy changed Th?* engage men Is lit
( elude:?To Liverpool, by stcuin, 37,300 bushels ol grain
tor fuiiiru shipment, at wl. a 6J$d.; 000 boxes bacon, 4iis.
To London, b.v steam, 225 tons ol oilcake on private
terms, and, by s.iil. lwuorccs ol beei at 6s. 01. The cliar
tors inc.utle : A Hritish bark, hen etoBiistol Channel.
I"- praiu at lis. tid.; a Uerinan bark, hence lo a
Baltic port, 4,000 bbls rellned petroleum, 6u. 4J?d; a Nor
wegian bark, .l.uoo bbls. refluod do., same voyage and
rate: an Austriun bark, hence to Odessa, 13,(fKJ eases rc
flneddo., at 45c.; a Hrilisb bark, hence toOork lor orders,
to the I uited Kingdom or Contiuent, 3.00U bbls. rellned
do., rate reserved; a Norwegian burk, irom Philadelphia
to a Continental port, 6,500 libU. do. at (is. ti rellned or lis.
oikiTi iS i ;,H Ni,riWt Klau ,,ark',r""1 <ln-,0 11 Baltic port,
2,mm bids, refilled do. on private terms; a briij, hence to a
Baltic port, 1,40) bbls. rellned da at 7s.
Moi.AssBs.?ihe Inquiry lor foreign was lair, but with
out rc-illtlnu in any considerable business. 1'riees were
uncbaiiged. We beard oi sales ot 143 hhus. ol Cuba lor
bollingat .HiJ.r. and I HO obis, of New Orleans, in lots, ut
73c. a <8c. We quote '
Cuba, centrifugal and mixed .'/t-e.'u'i&c Ife^?r0?'
Cuba, clayed ? a ? 29c a H2c
Cuba, muscovado, reflnlng ?a? SUr'? txn'
ro^;.lt,:rcuvuao,Kr,M;i'rj' 3^:"?^:
jorio rvK.o _??? Hfto n. iiin>
KugUfih Uland? ~ a ? 25t?' a flit"
New Orleans _a_
.p,itl.VAIV rTO,"'a'~,,n 't:h:in)?e to-day tlie market lor
splnt?of turjientine was dull und entirely nominal: 49kc
was the best bid, but holders were asking 5*: A iule of
-6 bbls. was made late yesterday at 49*gc. Later 100
bbls. ^Id to-day at ink'. K. sln was quiet and easy
btralneit quoted ut $3 a $3 10. We note sales of I,M06 bhlji!
Rhmi't1 ?x liVi |jfjirj'{ ,on private terms, said to be. al or
about #.116, 3,lluo bbls. <fo. to arrive at >2 90, cost and
freight; SOU bids. K brand on private terms, 'i'ar wasuuict
but steady ; 60 bbls. of Washlugtoitold it W 75. ' '
...k1!1?"8?:Thu tJl'muluJ '"r Irish, potatoes has been
rather slow since our last, but there wus no maicriui
cliunge lii pru'es. We append quotations, which are lor
lots in bulk; it in shipping order, 50c. per hbi. additio.iil
must be added. Wo quote:? I'eacli blows, 11 a $J .'ir
'?!"1y.r')h?',trj,'i Jackl,1"" whiles, ]>2 a $2 50; Priti. e
Alherts. f.'5n u IS 75, peerless, }2 25 a t- 50; (Iyrutins
$1 76 n 92 ?J5; sweets, $4 u $4 50 for kiln-dried. '
'change to-day the market for refined
holders manifested considerable lirmiiess
and pr lees were nominally steady. May quoted at2iic. a
20 4c. We note a >ale ot 2,500 bbls.. sellers J uue, ut 2n;>.c
Crude, in bulk, was tlrraly beld at 10c., but there were no
buyers Ui that price j.ate yesterday 500 bbls sold at
y^e. Cawes wore ouiet, but quoted Mteariv at a 27c.
Naphtha ua* (lull and nominal at 11c. a like. lorVehU rn
oreity. At the creek the market was 7epoV.e?l quiet
yu"t<i'1, Mt 80 a $2 85 ul Oil City!
$2 65 at Petroleum Centre, 92 ti2k bid and $2 ?5 asked at
Titusvilie. I tie Philadelphia market was ?encrull> quiet
but there wus rather more inquiry noticeable, und sales'
were reported ol 2,500 bbls, rellned. sellers, last halt of
May. at IKkc., and 3,000 bbls. <lo., buyers, J uue, ut 20' c
Later wv heard ol hales in >ew York, ol 4.500 bhls m cltv
naphtha lor last halt of June at ll^c.. and 20 o(JO chik h cif
rellned tor prompt delivery on private terms."
Provisions.?Receipts? lork, 360 bbls.; beef 55 nark,
apes; cut meats, 649 uo.; lard, 881 bbls. and tierces nnd 200
k"i;s. I lie market lor mess pork coniinued dull and
iioiiitnal; quoted at $18 50 tor May, J uue or .July. 250 bbls.
sold .or the latter month at thai price, and 50 bbls of
clear mess at (19 76. Bacon was rather easier and very
qn I. 4.'4) boxes of short clear sold last eveiiiuu lor e
port at 10c. ; to-dsy 26 boxes of city long clear, at 10c ?
short do. quoted at ffte. Dressed hogs were easier and'
heavy; iiuoted at 7}*c. a 8c. Heef-Tlio market
continued quiet, but prices were about steady.
We heard ol sules of 120 packages, ?t prices
within the ruage ol $1) a (11 for new plain mess bbls., S12
a $14 lor do. extra do. bbls., $'ila $22 lor do. prime mess
tierccs, and $.3 a $26 lor do. Indian do. tierce*. Reef
hams were neglected, but quoted steady nt $2H a $33 lor
lexun and Western. Cut meats?The market was llrm
under a moderately fair demand. We note sales of 500
tresli bams, 12 lbs. average, at 9??c.; 50 boxes oickiwl
shoulders at 7?e. ; lo.ooo'lbs. of 'tlo.' r^Ui "?^cmprivatS
Jcr"js^ yuotatloiis tor other meats were unchunued
Lurd?The market for Western was quiet, but prices were
about steady. We heard of sales of UK) tierces oMTIu
grade, at Diic.; 1.000 tierces tor May at tfke., Juue quoted
at 9j^c and .1 uly at 9%c. a lllc. City was also quiet, but
Steady, hales 150 tierces at i))4c. and 30 tierccs No. 1 at
sJisar.?The market for raw ruled quiet to-dnv, and in
the lace ol large arrivals Prices were very firmly held.
Wc have on.y to note the sale ot 260 hhds. and h?f boxes
ot ceutruugal at #?c.; 10 hhds. of Porto RIcoTat sic
Other transacOons were pending. Refined was In iair
reiiuest and stoady in price. We quote :-Cuba? Rclintni:
7." "r-i. ? com?<jn, 6*/iC. a 7V,c.; fair to good lair!
1/\< | a 8><c.: good to prune, 8ifc. a S'4c.; grocery, tair to
12? 'hI V'* HCV Prll"e Uj choice, 8*|C a 8^,c.: ccnirilu
f !'? slv." ti "? * ""'lasses, fihds. and
boxes, t>^c. a 7^c.; ineludo, 4c. a tic. Havana?Boxes
Hutch standard, Nos. 7 to 9, 7c. a 7*c.; do., 10 in 12. 7?ic a
h, ? i.J1" ' a DHc. ; do? 16 to'l8.9Wc\ 9&. :
*>. a lOSc.; white, 9'+c. n \6ftc. Porto
Rico- hetliuiig, common to prime, 6Jic. a 8c!; grocery
L* n is ?sh^CC' ?SC- ?i5'"0- Brazil?Dutch sUndsrd Nos!
? I u\/* u *AC' Java?Dutch standard, Nos. 10 to 12,
8e. a "He-Manila?Superior and extra superior. 7c.a7Hc.
Rick.?The market wus steady uuder a continued lair
demand. We heard ol sales of 40 tierces of Carolina ut
ike. u N'-.c., and 1'ftJ bags of Rangoon at 6'i.c. a 7c
STeABm? conUnued quiet, but Arm; 25 hhds. sold at
J Z" ?^!ldy ""f1 ,n ?n"<Jeraie demand. Hales
I outside at n'jC. a 9c., according to quality
and J00hhl8. ot common, lant evening, at8??c
WHiss"ir.-Rcceipts, 842 bbls. The market' continued
,,ot closed a shade firmer. Bales 150 bbls. at 91c. a
DOMESTIC MARKETS.
Cotton dull, nothing doing; Texas ordinary'fHc. .''good
S2r?
? * . . N?* osmss, May 7, lrt73s
Cotton in rair demand; low middlings, I6?c ; inii)dlings
18c. a l?Hc. Net receipts, 5,062 bales; gross, 5,16s. hx
porta to tlie Continent, 1,230. Sales, last evening, 1,000:
to-day, i,JM. Stock, 164,905.
? ... ^ . Monti, May 7, 187S.
Cotton dull and weak; low middlings, 15?c.; middlings
17!?c. Net receipts, 138 hales. Kxports?To Great Britain
8,73J; coastwise, 307. Sales, 300. Stock, 30.9o2.
. . ,, . SAVAsiriH, May 7, 1S73.
Cotton dull; middlings, Set receipts, 31a bales.
Exports coastwiu;. 290. Sales, 368. Stock, 30,220.
? , , , Ciiaklkston, May 7, 187S
( otton dnli and nominal ; middlings, l?Hc. a I3>?c.. Nei
receipts, 592 bales. Sales, 100. Stock, 24,336.
,, .. . ? . Mmmphis, May 7,1873.
Cotton dull: low middlings, 17c. Receipts, 854 bales.
Sbipuicnts, 96L Stock, 3j,0itf.
w Oswkoo, N. V., May 7, IS73.
Flour unchanged ; salee ot 1,800 bbU. at $8 iu tor No. 1
Spring. $9 .5 tor amber Winter, $10 50 tor white Winter
?nd til lor doubleeitra. W'heat quiet: sales of one
car No. 1 Milwaukle Club at $1 fiM, Corn unehaiiKed ; sales
el 4,700 bushels of Wesurn at 6<)c. Barley held at$l m
,orAV'5>kf 1??n?da. torn meal sold at $1 26 tor boiled
;nd$l 20 tor iiubolted per cwt. Mill feed unchanged, at
$21 tor shorts, $22 lor shipstulfs and $23 lor iniddlings per
'"'i- Railroad trelghla-Flour to Boston, fine.; to New
i ork. 60c.; to Albany, 4Jc Receipts by Iake-lu>i0 bushels
ol wheat, 3,6Wda barley, 23,000 do. rye and 316,uoo feet
of lumber.
. . . ,. , ^ _ Hvtt/uo, May 7,1K73.
Lake and rail imports >-Flour, 0.OW) bbls.; wneat, 3,7ti0
bushels; coru, 1 27! do.; oats, l,.wi do. No export* re
ported to-day; the Lake trade not Inirly opened yet.
rlour active, at $7 75 a $8 26 tor Western spring; $s 50 a
$9 26for amber; $0 SO a $10 for white. Wheat scarce;
sales of small lots of Northwestern Spring at $1 52;
quoted, Milwaukee No. 2 Spring, at $1 52 a $1 56; Chicago
No. 2do., at $1 46; white Canada, $1 75 a $1 90. Corn
firm; uo sales as yet by the cargo ; sales 5,600 btuhe Is
S? .,*? ln '?'*t ?* Mc. Oats quiet; (ales of small lots
Western mixed at 4$c. Barley steady, at 95c. a $1 lor
Canada: 90c. a 95c. for No 2 W estern; 84c. a 8dc. tor two
rowed State ; 96c. for four-rowed State. Rye qniet and
nominally at 86c. Barley malt steady, at $1 a $1 10 lor
Western ; $1 10 a $1 15 for prlrta WTnfer WtjM'Tn; $1 to
? 91 ii lor prime Canada. Rye malt held at 35c.
i ,r!0T,r ?n'et 01 changed. Wheat excited'; prices
higher, demand mainly speculative; market Irregular;
No. I Spring dull; prices nominal; No. 2 do. sold at si 2#i*J
a 91 2/H, cash, closing at $1 27; seller Mav closed it
$1 Xly. seller June if 28; No. 3 do., $1 17 ^91 I7U; r"
Jected, 91. Corn active and higher; sales of No. 2 mixed
a\, i" i"Tot or ?o'lerMny; 40v r? seller June; ii v ,
seller July; rejected, 35>,c. -a 36?<c. Oats active ami
higher; sales ol No 2 at 37v,c. spot; 33'4c., seller June
reiected, Soc. a :?Xc. Rve firmer and scarce at 09c u
r?? 2"' 2 i".n1rley "r!" !" '?lr demand nt 7V.
a noc. tor Wo. I rail, according Ut location. Pork atpuriv
at 917 26, selicr May: 917 50, seller June. Lard nrm at 9c.
a 15c., seller June. Bulk meats and bacon quiet and un
changed: no sales. Whiskey active and higher at 8HUc
FreightsIn I air demand and lower; wh. at to Buffalo, 9c.:
i'h. W?,'.1!1' Kecelplf-JLOW bbls. Hour. :*l,uuu buMiels
wtieaL 51.000 do. coru. 33,owd?. oau, i.ooo do. rve uud
inno hurley. Shipments? l2,noo bbls. ftour, Snt.ooa bnshnls
win-Hi, 1 Hi. 100 do. turn, 28,1 UO do. uuU 2,000 uo. ry>? nud
3,000 ilo. barley.
BPEOfEAU MA&KLT3.
London Money Marrkt.?London, May 7?5 P. M.?Con
toll) unit Aincr.cail securities closed unchanged. Consols
opened *i Wit lor moaoy anil tor the account I'nltcsl
Slates tlve-twt-iiiv bonds, Ih66'h. olil. '.i2. Wi, #3J< i ten
forties, hui.; new lives, 8#>?, ami Erie Railway shares
at 50){.
Paris Sours*?Paris, Ma* 7.?Renter opened at 54f. 32c.
VkANitouT Bouhs*.?Frankfort, May 7.?United ?Utei
five-twenty bonds. X>U lor the issue oi 1862.
IiiTkarooL Cotton Mskkkt.?LlVKRrooi, May 7?5 f.
M .?aU> of cotton .-hipped :'rura Mobile and still at ?ea it
HII by. i hr market opened quiet. Middling upland*. H'-tl.
and ; middling Orleans, 9Ud. a9'4d. Olthe saleo to-day li iXJO
bales were American Salesol cotton shipped irom Sa
vannah ?r Charleston, April and May, al H'Kd.; trom
New Orleans, May and June. 8%d-: from Savannah or
Charleston. deliverable in June, at 8 ll-lfld., aud Iroui the
sauie ports, deliverable In May, at 8 Ulrtd.
'?lv,tRr10oI* Bkrapstufiti M ikkkt.?Liverpool, May 7.?
The in irket Is quiet
London I'l.diiui K Markkt.?London, May 7.?Refined
petrol cum, lid. per gallon. Spirits turpentine 40*. per
FINANCIAL,.
August belmont a co~
Hankers 19 aud 21 Nassau street,
issue Travellers' Credit*, avadaole in all parts of the
world, through the
Messrs. DR ROTHSCHILD
and their correspondents.
Also Commercial Credits and telegraphic trunsrers oi
money on Calitoruia, Kurope an.I Havana.
AT REASONABLE RATES-MONEY ON LIKE ANI1
Endowment Insurance Policies, Mortgages and other
becni ities. Insurances ol all kinds e(Trefoil w:ih best
companies. .1. J. IIARKICII t. Co.. n; Brondwiv.
A?TRUST MONEY JUST I'AII) IN TO LOAN AND
? buy Mortgage* oil City Heal Estate, in sums to suit;
no bonus. Amin es TRUSTEE, b^p 2.liil I'osl oillce. N. Y
A-LAPSLEY A BA/ILKV, 74 HROADWAY, BROKERS
? In stock ami Oold Privileges.?$100 lor put or call
lor 10(1 shares, $1?V tor $W,000, gold; first class names.
Explanatory circular, with practical illustrations and
rclerences, ma.led U> any address.
A FEW MORS GOOD SECOND MORTGAGES
wanted, this city rat*, 6 to 8 per cent, to cover
money within five days; principals. Address or apply to
J. 11. LICHTENHTEIN, 1& Broadway.
JJANKING HOUSE OF RISK A HATCH,
No. 5 Nassau street, Now York, May 5, 1873.
The present high price of government securities is in
creasing the demand for first class Railroad Bonds, and
It Is not reasonable to suppose that the present ditTeronce
of from 20 to SO per cent can ho obtained for any great
length of time.
?
We aro recommending for exchanges or lor new in
vestments:?
Chesapeake and Ohio Seven 1'er Cent Mortgage Bonds,
interest payable January and July, principal and in
terest payable, In gold, in New York cily.
Only (3,000,000ot these bonds will be amurnJ for sale at
present Price 90 and accrued interest.
We consider thani amply secured, and a very desirable
investment. The proceeds will be used in adding largely
to the present equipment, and in extending to deep
water on the Chesapeake Bav, whore the largest steam
ers in the world can load and unload alongside the ears.
We continue to deal in Government and Central aud
Western Pacific Bonds, receive deposits on which we
allow Interest, muko collections, execnto orders at the
Stock Exchange for cash, and conduct n general banking
business. FISK A IIATCTI.
BIx HANNAH, 41) BROAD STREET, BROKER IN
? stock privileges exclusively. Established 18 .s.
Relers to bankers, brokers and stock operators generally.
FOR SALE?CERTIFICATE OF FIVE StlAllKS 11K
the Central Hallway Const ruction Company of Iowa.
Apply to RUFUS HATCH, 17 Broad street,
TpOR SALE, IMMEDIATELY?$H,10il, $7,!*? and $V?IJ0.
r llrst mortgages on business avenue in this city, :i
years, worth double; Philadelphia brick fronts; "fair
bonus. Apply to J. B. LICIITENSTEIN,. l&'l Broadway.
JJOWBS A MACY, BANKERS, 10 WALL STREET,
NEW YORK, OFFER THE SAME FACILITIES TO
DEPOSITORS AS INCORPORATED BANKS, AND
ALLOW INTEREST ON DAILY BALANCES AT THE
RATE OF FOUR PER C^NT.
IMPORTANT TO INVESTORS.-$275,000 WANTED?TO
establish a manufactory of goods its staple as cotton
or woolen, under the direction ol a pariv now producing
in large quantities wares superior to aiiy maniiiuctured
in this country or Europe, and under very udvautageou*
circumstances, as 80 per cent ol the goods sold here aro
lminulacturcd in England, where the high price ot cial
and labur Is rapidly precluding export. Profits very
large and sales uuliinited. A thorough personal iuvesti
gatiou solicited. EI.LIH A B III Nt!K E RH O FF,
Financial Agents, 48 Bmad street
Money, in various hums, to loan on im
proved city Property. First and second mortgages
cashed. THUS. A. A ROBERT EMMET. 36 l'lne st
TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE?$11,000 FOR
three years, on strictly first cliisj improved Property
in New York or Brooklyn; also 10 purchase a first
Mortgage on Improved Brooklyn Property. Apply to II.
GRAVES, l<u Broadway, New York.
WANTED?IN EXCHANGE FOR AMERICAN AND
French Burr stone Bonds, a Buggy and Road
Wagon. Address, stating condition, box 67 Post ofllce.
$4
Cily Real Estate.
GEORGE B. WALTON, 51; Pine street
000 TO LOAN ?'V
dtjcrj nrm executor's money to loan?on
?ptJU.Ul/w city Property; also First and Second
Mortgages promptly cushtd.
HALL J. HOW, 12 Pine street
dt;QA nnn ON HAND FOR FIRST MORTGAGES;
?POIF.IMmJ $75,(00 for second mortgages; sums to
suit; city property only.
S. FUElDENlltcn A CO., 906 and 90S Third avenue.
<?1 nnn 10 LOAN-ON BOND AND MORT
ipItJU?WUU gage, without bonus, lor a term of
years, on real estate in this city.
JOHN F. CONREY, 112 Broadway, room 9.
$300
000 -RX'?CnTOR,,S FUNr> TO I'OAN ON
w w ^ bond and mortgage on New York im
proved property, In kukih from $x 000 to $2.'i.i<?i'; only
principals or their attorneys dealt with. No bonus re
quired CALLENDElt A LAURENCE, 30 Pine street.
COP AIIT \ K ItS HI PS.
MAY 1, 1H73.?THE BUSINESS OF EDWARD P.
Hampsou, at 38 Cortlsndt street, has been consoli
dated Willi that ol Wliiti hill. Smith A Co., of Newburg,
N. Y., under the firm names ol Hampsou, Whltehitl A Co.,
New York, and Wliiteliiil, Smith A Hampsou, Newburg.
NEW YORK, may i.-tiie undersigned have
this day formed a copartnership for the continua
tion ol the business ot I. Baer A Co., under the same
name, 46 John street ISAAC BAER.
JOSEPH 8. LEVY.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ADMITTED MR. MAURICE
B. Flynn as a member of our firm, Guy C. Ilotrh
kiss A field. I'he business of the old firm will ik> here
alter conducted under the firm name ot Guy C. Notch*
kiss. Field A < 0., at 74 to 8ft First street, Brooklvn, E. I).,
ana at 527 Hudson street. New Yors.
Brooklyn, May 1, 1873. UIJY C. HOTCHKISS,
CHARLES H. FIELD,
MAURICE IJ. FLYNN.
I..OA* officio*.
At 77 BLEECKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, t'P
stairs.?Highest cash advances on Diamonds,
Watches. Jewelry. Pianos, Ac., or bought; Pawnbrokers'
Tickeis bought, at 77 Bleecker streeL
AT WOLF BROTHERS', 896 BROADWAY, BETWEEN
Nineteenth and Twentieth stroets?Money loaned
on Watches, Diamonds, Jcwelrv, Silverware, Silks, and
particularly Pianos; private parlor lor ladies; business
strictly confidential.
A J. JACKSON, PAWNBROKER, 06 WEST THIRTY
? first lormerly 90 1'rlnce street, loans Money in
large or small sums on personal Property of every de
scription.
AT JACKSON'S, 806 BROADWAY. OPPOSITE ELEV
enth street?Money liberally advanced on Dia
monds. Watches, Jewelry, Silks, Dry Goods, and per
souul Property ot every description. Private entrance
fur ladies.
At 57 Thirteenth street, near broadway
I pay the highest price lor Diamonds, Watches and
Jewelry. Advance on the same. ISAACS, Diamond
Broker, 57 Thirteenth street, near Broadway.
AT 697 BROADWAY, CORNER FOURTH STREET ?
Liberal advances on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Silks, Camel's Hair shawls, Laces and personal properly
of every description. JAMES P. MATTHEWS.
Money liberally 'advanced <>n diamonds,"
Watches, Jewulry, silks, iudia Shawls, Ac.; also a
large Stock of the above-named Goods on hand for sale,
to pay advances. No. I Washington place, under New
York Hotel, one door from Broadway.
Money loaned?on diamonds, watches
Jewelry and silverware. The same bought anil
sold. GEO. C. ALLEN, 841 Broadway, near Fourteenth
street
OQ NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.?
0?7 Liberal advanced made on Diamonds, Watches,
Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise. 'I he same bought
and sold. Room 1. BAYMAN LEOPOLD.
A rvo SIXTU AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY-FOURTH
T;Uu and Twenty filth streets.?Liberal advances made
on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,Silas, Laces and shawls.
Same bought at full value. L. BERNARD.
Ion'T BROADWAY, OVER HERALD BRANCH
? I ofllce, room B.?Parlors lor ladies; branch IJJ
Fulton street, Brooklyn. Money loaned on Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Same bought aud sold.
UNDO BROS.
POLITICAL.
Taxpayers and citizens- protective union
of the Twellth ward.
Organized June, 1871.
A regular meeting of the above organization will be
held in their rooms, 2,210 Third avonuc, corner ot lrAl
street, on Thursday evening. May 8, 1S73, at 7>4 o'clock.
Members and Irlends invited to attend.
E. H. BROWN, President
( iiari.m Rrstos, Secretary.
WATCH KM. .IKWKIitiY, ?fcc.
AN ELEGANT DIAMOND BRACELET FOR SALE.
aeftlnti uiifiiirpAMMMl. a rare chance to any one de
luIILS " I?uko * be??ttful i?rc*;ut Address UEiKLouM,
Herald ulUcik
FtTtiyTTTTRlS.
-PAKLOK ANIi SOFA BHDS; Til K LARGEST VA*
CUy: i*Bynu'1'
A
300 ? Ma
AT PRIVATE SALK-A.tI.THK FURNITURE Of Fur.
vate residence 210 West :l?t street u<nr 7th ??,
nue, viz. Parlor Suits, Hodrocm Suit*. Carpet* ?*}
spring timl carted hair Mattre-weit, ornaments, kiteVn
aud diuing room Furniture, B dsteau, Bureaus, Wash
siands, Bronzes, Clock*; one lour round Piauoiort. feott
makers, cheap lor cash.
At a great sacrifick if call, tutu day at
residence 10# East Twenty (lith street, between
Fourth ?ml Lexington avenues.?Magnificent latest styla
Parlor Suits, covered with French -atin, coat $675, for
:.V. one do., $179; do, $joi>- hrocatel and rep Suits, (J
an I $50; One Paintings. Mirror*, Carpet*, Bronzes. Cur
tain*. rowvrood and w ilnui Chamber Suite,styla ot Louis
XIV-., $15 up: inagnulceut double round 7'? octave Piano,
forte, cost $990. tor $3lJ0; li u bo* for shipping; Buffet,
Extension Table. Silverware Ira than halt cost.
A LARGE ASSORT KB NT Of CARPETS, KURNI
lure and Bedding at lowest cash prices, hy weekly
instalments, al O'FARRELL'S warehouse, 410 Eighth ava?
nuo, between Thirtieth and Thirty-Urst street*.
A RARE CHANCE FOR HOUSEK E E P K It 8. ? M AU?
nitlciiit Household Furniture tor sule at a micriflcei
property family leaving city j two superb Suits Drawing
Koom Mirniture, covered silk brocade ot the richest ile?
Scrlptloll, cost $"WXt, for $-00; do., $13*1; ilo., $45; velvet
med.illion Carpets, rosewood walnut chamber Furniture,
style Louis XIV.; hair .-print,' Mattre**e*, Secretaire
Bookcase, Marnueterle, boi* de rose Cabinets. Tables,
magnificent ttquare grand Pianoforte, Mirrors, Paintings,
Statunry, Bronzes, Works ot Art, Extension Table, Bui
let, silverware, Glassware, Chinuwarc, 4c., at half coat.
Sfi Went 19th st., near 5th av.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL DISPOSE IN LOTS, AT
private aale, Furniture of tire atory residence 1J1
West Twenty-third street, two Planofortea, one lor $2M),
one for $125: Parlor St"t*, coatlHO for $200; Ken Suifg
$40, $911, $60, Mirrors, Cirnets, Bedroom suit*, $29, $.5,
$129, $150 complete; Bedding, Painting*, Bronze*. Onr
talns, Etageres, BookcaM), Sllverplated Ware, (/hino,
til a.-.ware, Ac. Call beiore purchasing elsewhere ana
examine.
c
1ARPETS,
Furniture,
Beds, Bedding, Ac.
Payments taken
by the week or m >utb.
Terms ea?v.
KELLY A OO.,
corner of Twenty-fifth street and-Slxth avonua
CIRBATEST BAROAINS OF HIE SEASON.
X Foreclosure to pav advances and loan*.
$20 .nou worih second ntnd Furniture, carpota.
722 Broadway, opposite Now York Hotel.
Second hand Lace and Broc.itel Curtains.
Walnut, rosewood and mahogany
Chamber, Parlor and Library Furniture.
Moquet, Axmmster. Velvet and Brussels Carocta.
Valuable (til Paintings and Engravings.
Clocks. Bronx's, Cnina and Class Ware.
Parties about refurnishing city and country houses will
fln 1 this an opportunity to save money. 722 Broadway.
ftOOD SECOND BAND AND MISFIT CARPETS A
I X specialty -English, Brussels an I lugnln, handsome
patterns, all sizes, tor sale aheap, at 112 Fulton street,
corner of Patch. Entrance oi Dutch street
ONTHLY OR WEEKLY PAYMEMTS.? CARP UTS,
Furniture, Bedding. Ac.
DKALY A CUNNINGHAM.
.184 and 386 Third avenue, near Twenty-eighth street.
Prices lower than uny other house in tnc city.
"IVTEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR PUR.
VV nlture, Carpet* and Bedding, at B. M. COWPER
TllWAIT A CO.'S, 195 and 1 >7 Chatham street. Au
iuiuieii.se stock and low prices.
xt TILL EXCHANGE-SEVERAL GOOD, HM A f.f i
VV Mortgages lor first class Furniture anil Carpet*.
Cull immediately, or uJdics H. M. JOHNSON, 20S
Broadway, room o.
Wanted?to pcrcua.se, a pieb glass and
Com ices; must he In good order and cheap for
cash. Address I'lKIt GLASS, West Side Advertising
Agency, :uw West Twenty-third street.
POST office: notice.
Ijost office notice.
I he mails for Europe during the week ending Safttr.
day, May 10,1873, will close ut this office on Wednesday,
at in1, A. M. s on Thursday, at 11 A. M., and on Saturday,
at 11 a. M. and 12). P. M.
THOS. L. JAMBS, Postmaster.
M
PROPOSAL*.
I PROPOSALS FOR STOCKS OF THE city OF NEW
YORK.
Sealed proposals will be received at the Comptroller's
oftloe until l nursday, Hth day of May, 1373, at two o'clock
1' M., when the same will bo publicly opened for tho
whole or any part of the sum of one million and forty
B\ V thousand ll^'c li undrcd dollars ot stocks of tho city of
NeAIMMrrIoNAL NEW CROTON AQITEKDCT STOCK,
authorl/A'd by chapter 230, Ijiws ol 1870, payable ?
August I, law $190,000
CBOTON WATER M AIN STOCK,
authorized by chapter 9S3, Laws of 1M72, payable
November 1, 11*10 75,900
Cfl'Y PARKS IMPROVEMENT FUND STOCK,
authorised by chapter TW. Laws of 187A. payable
in thirty years 70,001
ADDITIONAL CROTON WATER STOCK,
authorized by chaph-r '?*>. amended by chaptcr
Luwsol' IK71, payable November I. IS91 190,001
citv Improvement stock,
authorized by chapter sttO, Laws of 1869, payable
November 1, 1892 fi0),00l
Said slocks will bear Interest at the rate of seven pel
cent pnr annum, payable on the 1st day of May and N<*
veinljcr In each year.
The proposals will state the amount of stocks desired
ami the price per #100 thereof; aud the persons whoso
nropo.al'i are accepted will thereupon be required to dtv
posit Willi the Comptroller the sums awarded to them
respectively, together with any premiums thereon, when
they will be entitled to receive certificates for equal
amounts oi the par value ol the stuns awarded to thum,
bearing interest from the dates of pay incut.
Eac.ii proposal should be sealed and endorsed "Pro
posals for Stocks of the City ol Nj^v York," and enclosed
in u second envelope, addressed to the Comptroller.
The right Is reserved on the part of the Comptroller to
reject any or nil of the bids. If In his judgment the In
teresisof tho Corporation require it.
AM*UE>V II. GREEN, Comptroller.
City or N'kw Yoaa, I)kp??t*k.vt or Fiwamck, i
Comptuollkk's OrriCK, April 29, I87:i )
NTORAGE.
A ?STORAGE.
. STORAGE lor FI'RNITURB, PIANOS, MTRROBSL
PAINTINGS, Ac.; ALSO CARRIAGES. WAGONS. Ac.,
at the NKW FIRST CLASS WAREHOUSE, built expressly
lor the purpose, 103 TO lit EAST THIRTY-SECOND
STREET, NEAR FOURTH VVENUE. TRUNKS, CASKS
anil other PACKAGES containing articles of EXTRA
VALI.'K can l?' stored with SAFETY at low rates.
Persons can lorward their goods Irom anv part of EU
ROPE or AMERICA direct to this warehouse.
THE PUBLIC Is invited to examine the superior ac
coinmndatUtns. light, ven:llatlon, saiety, Ac., which thld
warvhous<' possusrics over all other-i
JOHN H. MORRELL,
owner and Proprietor.
A?STORAGE.?WEST HIDE STORAGE WARE
, houses, 993, 634, U30 Hudson struct, 779 Greenwich
street and in Abingdon square, for furniture, pianos, bag
gage and all other tainily property: all goods arc placet!
In ncpcralc rooms; these estublisninents are the most re
sponsible, reliable, accommodating and lowest In rate In
New York; trucks und express wagons always ready for
the removal of furniture, either in city or country. ?.
TAQGA RT, owner and manager,
office 5K> Hudson street, near Weft Twelfth street
HOISKS, KtMIMS, ?c., WAOTMPi
lit tikla City and Brooklyn.
A FIRST CLASS UNFURNISHED HOUSE WANTED
Immediately by small tamlly; must be In good or
der, upltown. and east side preferred; three or lour
stories, brown stone front. Addresa HOUSE, box 146
Herald Uptown Branch office.
AIT ANTED?A SMALL COTTAGE, WITH A GARDEN,
V V tor a small lamily. In a nuiet neighborhood in this
city. Address tiox i-,,st oflfca.
1\rANTED?FIVE OR SIX ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR
Vt housekeeping. In a respectable neighborhood; rent
not to exceed $49 per month. Addrc**J. P., Herald olllco.
WANTED?A PLEASANT RO?)M. WITHOUT HOARO,
in a private family, between Fourteenth and Thir
tieth street*, references exchanged. Address A. B.,
box 2U7 Herald otlice.
WANTED?A FLOOR OF FIVE OR SIX ROOMS FOR
VV about $HI per month by a coo.I tenant, to be be
tween Thirty-second aud Fortieth streets ami Sixth and
Eighth avenue*. Address J .I EI NG, 1.2-17 Broad way.
ll/ANTEl)?PART OF HOUSE, UNFURNISHED, FOR
Vr family, Ave adult*, between Filth and Eighth ave
nues, below Fortieth street; rent about $700. Addresa
HA K.N A Kll, box 110 Herald office.
In the Country.
flOUNTRY HOUSE WANTED.?A FAMILY OF THREE
\y person* desire to hire a small furnished Cottaga
about one hour from the city. Addre**, with particulars,
box 5,16b Post ofllce, New York^
WANTBD-FROM JUNE TO NOVEMBKR, A PUR
ntshed House In New Jersey, on linn Krie or North
ern Railroad, convenient to New York ; must not tie over
one hour; house must be fully furnished; rent from $50
to$75 per month. Addre,*. giving lull particulars, M.,
box 110 Herald office.
VV ANTED to RENT-IN WMSTCHESTKR COUNTY,"
VV not more than 10 or 15 minutes from Harlem steam
boat, a nice House, furnished, with garden and stabln
attached; a good healthy neighborhood and reasonable
rent. Address S. J , box 2,^99 Post office, New York.
ANTED To BENT?FOR THE RUMMBR, A PUlE
auihed House, not below !? ishkllL, back Irom tlio
Hudson Klver. on hUh ground. Addresa A. C. B., 57
West Twenty-second street
MARBLE MAWTBLgT"
Aklabkk, steam marbi.e anu makblf.i/.ing
. W orks, 134 aud 136 East Eighteenth street.?Murblo
and Marblel?r<l Mantel*, Tiling, Marble Counters, Monu
ments, at prices that defy compeUt.ou. Marble Turning
for uie trade.
* N ASSORTMENT OF MANTELH, UNSURPASSED
i V for beauty of design and i|utility of worktuauiliiy,
SlaW Work of all kinds a specialty.
PENRHYN SLATE COMPANY,
Fourth avenue and Seventeenth street, Umou si|it ire.
STEWART'S SLATE MANTEL8.?RICH AND ELE
gant designs; Slave Works of every le*cription; Mar
ble and Wood Mantel*. T. B. STEWART A CO.. 2*) and
Z22 West Twenty Unr* street, near Seventh avenue. N. Y|
EIKOPK,
T
HE QUEEN'S HOTEL NEAR THE CRYSTAL
Palace, Upper Norwood, l-ondon. ?To tourist* and
families?lis elevatiMl, pleasant and most salubrious posi
tion, combined with the comfort aitorded and it* general
management, have made the oueen's Hotel a lavunta
resort of the upper ranks of English society.
JK1 EN AND KARK.
Artificial human eyes.?t. j. d.avi^ in.
ventor and only maker of the Improved Artificial
Human Eye, acknowledged by the faculty to be the ouiy
correct Imitation of nature in fhe world. 127 L.toil
Fifteenth street, betweeu I Inrd und Fourth avenue*
REMOVAL*.
VrOTlCF. OF REMOVAL.?DR. GYLKS' RESIDE.' ,
since the 1st ol May, Is 112 Ninth avenue, over I
loriuor utllco. wbaie ha uau uuw lia fnnaiUllaht MHaM
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