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WNMCI1L AND COMMERCIAL.
The Foreign Situation Un changed. OUR EXPORTS OF SPECIE. Oueht Silver To Be Classed as Merchandise P Government Securities Firm and in Cioed Demand. THE PROJECTED SQUEEZE EI GOLD. Probable Programme of the Con spirators. I>e tittiioe to tlio Treas ury. MONET STILL ABUNDANT. An Active Market in Fancy Stocks. Wall rtreht, l Monday, June 9? e P. M. j THV FOREIGN MA UK nr. London advices bring no tidings of material change either in prices or situation. The bank rate continues as last quoted ; but the rate for money at Stock Exchange on government securi ties was % per cent below that of the bank. The new French loan is quoted at 6% a 6% per cent premium. The rate of disconnt for three months hilto in open market was % per cent below the tank rate. Consols for money were quoted at 02%; lor account 92% ; bonds of the Issue of 1805, five-twenties, 91*$ ; ditto of 1867, MM; ten-forty bonds, 88% ; new fives, 89 % a 89% ; Erie, 48%, being a decline of % from the earlier prlcc. The market generally Is reported dulL THE MONKT MARKET. Honey loaned freely at from 4 to 6 per cent on the usual securities. Prime mercantile paper was taken at from 6% to 9% per cent. Foreign ex change continue quiet, with rates steady on the basis or 109 a 109% for prime 00 day bills and 110% ft 110% for short sight. Concessions are made, however, as low as 108 16-10 a 110%. The exports tf gold and silver for the week just closed amount to $2,158,843, the bulk of which was in silver bars. I be total on this account since January l, 1873, is 122,300,682. The following table will sliow the ex pert for preceding years Same time 1872 $30,481,948 Basse time 1871 35,916,430 Same time 1870 14,307,412 Same time 1869 14, 046,626 Saaoe time i?68 44,195,403 Same time 1867 22,497,436 8amc time iqtie 43,712.705 Same time 1865 17, 646,908 la connection with this subject a correspondent calls attention to the fact that in "all the compara tive tables of foreign exports and imports the item ef "specie' includes not only gold com and bullion ? but silver coin and bullion also. Silver being now merely an article of merchandise, the produce of the United States, the same as cotton, petroleum on breadstuffs, it would seem only proper to in clude it in the exports of merchandise, as under the present system we are left in the dark as to the amount of the export of gold, which is the ooly article by which, so far as it goes, the balance of trade can be measured." The New Yoak Com mercial Bulletin, commenting upon the same fact, nrges the propriety of classing specie exports so that the shipments of silver can be distinguished from those of gold. And adds "The production and export of silver are increasing very largely every year, and the present general method of lamping silver bars or coin with gold boiHOn or coin and calling the whole specie, only tends to aoaceai information upon a matter which is becom tag very important in our exchanges." RAILROAD BONDS were generally Arm. Union Pacific first mortgage ?old at 86% ; land grants at 70% a 71 ; incomes at fS%; Erie third mortgage at 101; Michigan South- j era sinking fund at 103 ; C. C. and I. C. secopd mortgage at 72 ; New Jersey first mortgage at 106 ; Toledo, Peoria and W., E. D. at 91 ; do., second mortgage, at 77. The following were the bids as amended at the call Mow Tort Cen ?'n, '83 . 90% Tol A Wab 2d tn 90 ? Mew York Ceu Cu, r e . 87k Tol A Wat. equip Ms... S3 Hew York Cen 6's, *ub.. 87'^ or Worn 1st m, '88 .. 9f> New YortCen7V76. li?2% Ot Western 2d m, tl3. 86 * Y Cen 7'*, con. 7(1 10*2 Quincy A 1 ol 1st, "90 . 82 Brie 1st m extended.. . 10U 111 A So Town 1st in 8H SrN: 2d m 7's, 7# .101 (Intend A Chic ex 103 Krte 3d m 7's, '83 101 Chic. H 1 A Pac 104 W ?fie *11) m 7's, HO ? 9?i% Mtirns A Esse* 1st . . . .10* ?off, N V A E let m, '77 8t% Morris A Essex 2d m. . 'j?% Bud R 7K, Id ra s f, '86. 106 N J Cen lot in, tie w . . . .10S Hurlem con in As f 6'u.HKl Pitts. Ft W A Chit 1st. . .107 Mich Oen 1st m8's, '82. 112 Pitts, Ft W ACliic2d in 1U2 Chic, Bur A Q ?'s. 1st in. 113 Pitta. Ft W A Ohio. 3d in. 83 % M4ch No 7 p c, 2<1 m 98 Clev A Pitt* 2d m. . . 101 ?leb No A N I el 7's. 103 Clev A l'itte HJ m 97 ClevATolsf 103 Clev A Pitts 4th m 86% #Jlev A Tol new bds. ... S8 Chic A Alton s f ....88', C, P A A (,kt tide. S* Chic A Alton 1st m . .. 106', . C, P A A new tuts 86% Chic A Alton income. ! Detroit. M A Tol bds.... 87 l4 Ohio A Misrcon? f. . 86 BaffAEne new bds... 94% Ohio A Miss cou ..... 86 eke shore dr? bds . 93>w Ohio A Miss 2a in, con. MV Ae Shore con c bds. . 89 Dub A Sioux City 1st.. . 93% Pac RR 7's, gtd by Mo. D9 Dub A Sioux City ,2a aiv 83} j Cen Pacific cold bds ..103% Peninsula 1st in couv. 90 Western Pacific fids,... 96 8t Louis A I M 1st m 98 Union Pac 1st m bds... 86W Mil A Bt P 7's, gold, R D 92% Union Pae 1 g 7's 71 Mil A St P 1st m. LaC D 92% Union Puc income 10's. KV44 Mil A Bt P 1st m. C A M HI Oen 7's. '76 101 Mil A Bt P 2d m, C A. M 77% Bell A So 111 1st in S's. . 95% Marietta A Cin 1st in. 80 AH A T 11 2d in prof. . - 88% Col, Chic A Ind C 1st ni S8% Alt A T H 2d m inc 78% Col, Chic A Ind C 2d m. 72 Chic a N W f f 100 Tol, P A War, E D. ... 81 Chle * N W int bds 94 % Tol. Peoria A War, W D 88% Chle A N W eon bds. . . . 9 0 Tol, P A War, Bar DIt H2,S Man A St Jo 1 ?.10i Tol. Peoria A War 3d in 77 Ban A St Jo corfv 87 N Y A N H fi's 100 Del . Lack A W 1st m . . 100% Best, H A K 1st m 7's. !? ""Bl. Lack A W 2d m . 90 Cedar F A Minn lit m 8U% ol A Wab 1st m. St L d 91 UOYXRNMENT BONDS continue in good demand, with steadiness of price. The foreign bankers have more orders than can be readily supplied, and pay tribute to our national credit by the eagerness with which they seek to place foreign capital In these securities for per manent investment. The following were the prices of the day:? United states currency sixes, 114% a 114%; do. sixes, 1881, registered, 116% a 116%; do. do. do., coupon, 123 a 123%; do. five twenties, registered, May and November, U7 a 117%; do. do., 1862, coupon, do., 117% a 117%; do. do., 1864, do. do., 117% a 117% ; do. do., 1*65, da do., 119% a 119% ; do. do., 1867, registered, January and July, lis a 116%; do. do., 18G6, cou pon, do., 120% a 120* ; do. do.. 1867, do. do., 121% a 122; do. do., 1868, do. do., 120% a 121%; do. ten forties, registered, 112% a 113; do. do., coupon, 114% a 115; do. fives, 188I, registered, 115%; do. do. 40., coupon, 116% a 115%. BODTHXRN SECCRITIB9 were weak, with 11 raited transactions. Tennessee sixes (new) sold at 78%; Missouri sixes at 94% ; South Carolina sixes (new), January and July, at 11%. The following arc the quotations of bids and aaking prices Tennessee, ex coupon, 79 a70%; do., new, 78% ?f 79; Virginia, ex coupon, 43 a 48; do. sixes, consolidated bonds, 66H a 66%; do. do., deterred scrip, 10 all; Georgia sixes, 74 a 78; do. sevens. 90 a 92: North Carolina, ex coupon, 28 a 29; do. to North Carolina Railroad, 54 a 60; do. funding, lMM,l7al9; do. do., 1868, 16 a 18; do. new, 16 a If; do., special tax, 12 a 14; Mlssonri sixes, M% a MX ; do. Hannibal and St. Joseph, 91 a 92; lxmirt ana sixes, 46 a 6? ; Sooth Carolina sixes, new, Janu ary and July, 15% a i&%; do. do., April and Oc tober, 20 a 26 ; Arkansas sixes, funded, 30 a 40. sold 119 a 117%. JThe condition of gold is one of the cnrious prob lems of the hour, at least to those who are outside ef the charmed circle, by which its movements seem to be regulated. No one attempts to deny that the present price is artificial, but It Is nn aactlonabiy maintained at its quoted Intra by talMBCM in wUeb the eilqne appear to place p licit confidence or tfcey would not take inch risks, with which the pnbUc are familiar. The ex perience of Black Friday being before them, It Is not probable that they Intend to rush headlong Into a similar speculative crisis, but that they are working oat a given sum in decimal fractions, with plumb-line and role, steadily, patiently and peraiatently, most be apparent to every ob server of events. The small amount in the Treasury Is no longer a check upon specu lation. On the contrary, it would soem to be an incentive, and the speculator* may finally snap defiant fingers with a "lay-on-Macduff" non chalance at the insignificant six or eight millions oi Secretary Richardson whenever their plans culminate. It is only a little while ago that irold was thought hiirh at 118. The price lingered awhile, until we became accustomed to the dally quotation, then crept on and touched 117. Again a pause, a fluctuation, tben a gradual ad vance, until to-day we are familiar with 118, and last week 118* excited no unusual commotion. Where is this to end ? Importers are said to have suffered heavily Irom the Spring trade, and went ??short" of gold, hoping for lower rates. The im ports during the Summer and FaH will, it Is thought, be largely diminished, thus weakening the receipts from customs, and to a corresponding degree the reserve of the Treasury. Meanwhile England Is not in a condition to afford relief in the event of a "squeeze," and should there be financial complications and a decline in government securi ties, a shipment of gold would result that might at once strengthen the position of these operators and probably advance the price several points beyond the flgure at present quoted. The foregoing appeai-B to be the bawls of the movement, as far as can be Judged from the actions of the conspirators and the circumstances that have prompted the same. To use an old and vulgar saying, however? "The proof of the pudding Is in the eating." The follow ing table will show the fluctuation s in gold to-day, the market not being very brisk 10 A. M ll? 2:20 P. M 117* 10:03 A- M I"X 2=21 P. M 117* 10:17 A.M...: 117% 2:40 P. M 117* 11:00 A. M 117* 2:45 P. M 117* 11:17 A. M 117* 2:58 P. M 117* 11:18 A. M 11776 2:5? P. M 117* i:58 p. M 117* 3 P. M 117* a 117* The rates paid for carrying were 5, 4, 4* and S percent. LoanH on time were quoted flat for 30 days, flat to 1-16 lor use for 00 days, * to * fer 90 days, l per cent for 4 mouths, IX per cent for a mouths and 1* to 2 per cent for the year.' ' The following arc the operations of the Gold Ex change Bank Gold balances 1??51I'S92 Currency balances l,038,8o# Gross clearances 39,407,000 TUB UNITED NT AT EM TRKA8CRY. j The following were the balances at the close of business to-day in Washington:? Currency, (6,211,696; special deposits of legal tenders for the redemption of certificates of deposit, $30,286,000; coin, $76,791,878, including $34,332,600 in coin cer tificates. Outstanding legal tenders, $366,000,000. The sum or $S1,000 was paid out to-day by the As. siBtant Treasurer on account of Interest, and $197,000 in redemption of live-twenty bonds. THE STOCK MARKKT. The stock market, while showing the Influence of a strong bear movement In several of the "fan cies," was moderately active. Western Dnlon led off at 84*, but before the first board declined to 83*, from which figure It was gradually borne down to 82*. It recovered * a * per cent, how ever, towardB the close, but wound up l per cent under the opening price. Sales of Erie, seller 60, were made at 60* a 60*, but the price for cash de livery and short option was steady at 62 a 62*. Rock Island opened at 106*, its highest figure of the day, and lell eff 1 per cent, recovering, how ever, to 108*. Pacific Mail began its career at 40, rose gradually to 41, reoeded to the original flgure, and lingered within * per cent of the same until the close. The influences operating on thla stock from different directions are too mysterious to be comprehended. sr. part. declined about 1 per cent. New York Central and Hudson started at 101* before the call, but quickly weakened, without recovery, and closed at 100*, Its lowest flgure being * per cent less. Union Pacific waa not so active an heretofore. It opened at Its best price of the day, 2**, was beaten down to 27*, but rallied at the close. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI was somewhat washed by a speculative wave, not withstanding the favorable report that its earnings for May were upwards of $27,000 more than during the same period last year. Its first sale was at 37*, from which it quickly advanced to 38*, whereupon followed fractional fluctuations until the closc, when the flgure stood 37*. C. C. and I. C. Hold for 30 X, 80, 29*, 30, 29* a 2ft*. Delaware, Lackawanna and Western was firm at 106, 105*, 106*, 106*. Harlem sold at 130, 129, 129*. Con solidation Coal suffered a hammering from 53 to 49*, but subsequently rallied to 62*. Boet4in, Hartford and Erie holds its own at 2*. The tono of the market Is evidently bearish, with a strong disposition to de velop the plans of the balls for the Hummer, wit h out going too far Into deep water. The impression of the street is that as gold advauoes stocks will not be materially affected, but simply BWiug like Idle ships around their present anchorage. A meeting of the holders of the ixinds of the St. Joseph and Denver City Railroad will be held at the office of Hassler A Co., No. 7 Vkall street, June 11, at three P. M., lor the purpose of taking con certed action for the protection of their Interests. (J ROMS EARNINGS OP RAJ 1 JU) ADS. The following tables, compiled by the Daily bul letin, will show what has been accomplished dunug the pact five months by some of the princiiMU rail roads of the country :? 1872. 1873. Atlantic and Great Western. $l,?*.221 Atlantic and Pacific 417,629 616,446 Burlington, C. Rapids A Mlun. 330,447 384.2o9 Chicago and Alton 1,901,001 1,90s, 191 Chicago and Northwestern ? 4,310,527 4,706,527 Cleveland, Ool., Cln and Ind . . . 1,747,779 2,064,291 Brie 7,269,490 7, -168.414 Illinois Central 2,928,811 2,884,280 Kansas Pacifllc 1,331,085 1,279,138 bake Shore and Mich. Soithern 7,041,893 8,072,001 Marietta and Cincinnati 756,969 889,320 Milwaukee and St. Paul 2.336,362 2,093,496 Ohio and Mississippi 1,344,096 1,641,545 Pacific of Missouri 1,347,113 1,444,605 St. Louis, Alton and T. H 674,152 582,146 St. Louie, Alt. A T..H. branches 204,867 ? 240,914 St. Louis, Kansas City and Mo. 797,719 929,630 St. Louis and Southeastern. . . ? *474,698 Toledo, Wabash and Western. 2,290,478 2,182,786 Total $38,148,619 $42,351,486 Net increase, 1873 $3,728,169 ?Fourth week In May estimated. HIGHEST AND LOWEST PRICKS. The following table shows the highest and lowest prices of the principal stocks during the day H 10 brut, LOW^St. New York Central 10.1* iooh Erie Wii 62 Lake Shore 91* 91* Wabash. ""*' 67* Northwestern 76 75* Northwestern preferred 83* S3* Rock Island 109* 108* St. Paul 64 * 53* St. Paul preferred 72* 78* Ohio and Mississippi 38* 37* Union Pacific 28 * 37* C., C. I. C 30 * 29* Western Union Telegraph 84* 82* Pacific Mall 41 39* SALES AT THE HEW TORS STOCK EXCHANGE. Monday, Jane tt??10?15 A. M. $8nc Ufi N20. 0, >62, $8000 UH 5-20,0, '66, n.. 120 Called houit*. b C 118 HKMKi t'S 6-ilO, O, '?7.. . . 121* 1000 U ? ft-ai, e, <66, n . 120 1000 US 5-20. C. ?.... 120* lO A. 1*1 .?Before Call. 1000 Mi* Weat Un Tel. . . M'? S00nh* I'ac M 8S Oo... 40 21*) do M-, 200 Mil A Ht 1' KR 54* 7IW 60 *3 8V? 200 N Y C A II R RR. lOlS HO do (3 100 (lo .....(3 101* 300 do H4'4 100 do M 101" 2111 <10 f?* 200 00 101 no# do jno do 101. 400 do M 84 500 do 101 ??> do 83* 16 do 101* SOU do 88* 100 do I>4 101 1100 do 88* 100 do 101 I MO do 83tt 1000 do 106* 200 40 C 8S* 300 do I0U* SOOErteRR ?3 62* 20 L 8 A M H RR 91* 100 OO do ill* 200 do *40 60* 500 do SI* 1009 do (<0 <0* 200 do 81'* lot) do m 100 DaPacRR.. ...... 28* 1U0 Chic a R I RR 10}* 800 do 38* <100 do 109 100 <f? 28^ ?Pac II hh Oo c 40 100 Tol a Wab C8U do 40* 100 do 109 ?o ?0* 500 Ohio A M RR tfJ too do c 40* 1000 do Br ?00 do 40* 1400 do 38* 109 do 40* 300 do 38* *?* la 40* 309 do 38* 400 HKiO 200 10(1 800 1900 IPO 900 1800 600 100 1000 40 40% WO do 4i no do. 40% 1800 do 40 V 100 do 40*? 300 do 40*, 1000 do C 40% 600 do 40y do 40' do.... <1() B.) OO 40% Viral Board? 10t30 A. M. 98 ????? E :::S 8 ?, 37'^ w4 wi 3?% *9 40'* 400 C,C A I C KR 30% e3 40% 400 do 30 000 I JO do. ao. do. do. do. do. do. do., do. ?lOOOTcnn 6%.n 78% 1000 NY 7%. b l.r 107*2 aOOO Brook 6'b, w 1. . . . #a?2 aooo n y c fi's, -as 9.:% 3000 Kric 3d ui 101 lliOO Mich South si'. . . . 109 600 Butl.NYAEric 1st. 94 2()0 him NYCtU B... 180% 100 do 100K 100 do Ul iooK 4U0 Harlem HB DC 130 1U0 ?lo 129 200 do "?% 8o0KrieKB be 62 WOO On Hoc lit in. . . . 86% 100 do *90 61% "> U Pac 7's,lg 0. .. . 71 200 do *60 61 7000 Mis luCO I'n 1'ac IG's, iuc 7 #3$ 2000 Ohio 4 M < on ... 96 m L B?K TOOL SAM.- be !>!% 100 do C 91'* 2000 O, 0 4 I C 1st m. . 88% SJ0 do s3 91% 6000C, C All 2din. . 11 MOO <lo 91)1 2000 T, P AW 1st, K D 81 10000 Tol, PAW 1st. WD ><9 4000 Tol, I* A War 2d. 77 2CUtM.'vllleAN con, '98 '.<4 looo ran South 1st 94 2000 8tL AIM Istm. . 98 30 slis Continental Bk mo 35 Bank ol Com' with . KB 21 Manui A Mcht'a bk 70 15 Central Nat B'k.... 9j 100 Con Coal 81 100 do 6 2), 100 100 100 300 600 100 900 200 300 100 16(>0 CnPac RB be at 100 do b3 28 100 do 27% 100 do c 27', 100 do s3 27% 41 H) do 2i 100 do c 28 100 do ai 28% 100 do 28% 100C A P RB gtd...bc 87% 400 do 87% 80 C A N W BB 76 do.'.'.'.'.'.*.' .. .b'c 6^2 100 C A N W pf. b*C 83V do 61 7U0B, H A EKB....bc 2% do b?0 61 100 do s3 2% do 80% 100 Rent) A Sar BB. . .. lo:> do 60 do 49% 200 do 80 800 do c Kt 400 do 60% 400 do 61% 100 300 Quick M pf he 50% 100 ioo do sa 200 SCO West Un Tel be 83 800 700 Chic A B I RR..b c lu8% do 10S>, do 108% T 400 2300 300 400 11(0 700 810 300 2)0 400 soo hOO 100 300, 200 2110 400 300 1000 200 400 400 do __ __ do *3 mA 300 do 83% 100 do. do. do. uo. do. do. 8"> *T_ 83 8 2% 83 do 1U8*. 400 do 108*2 100 do 03 108% 100 do 108*2 200 no 108% ioo do bJ uw* 100 OO UK' 200 do 108 400 M A St P RB. . be 84 do 53% 40 - S!g .. 63 fj ... 64 s3 64 .. 54'J 84 do., do. do., do., do., do., do 83% 200 Mil A St P pf 1)C 72% do 83 do 83% 100 do 83% 600 300 T, W AW BB....bc do C7H do (.7% b;j c.t UO W'4 OUU III, do 83% 100 etc __ do 83>? 200 tt0 68 do 83% 20 Chic, B A Q KR. ... 103% do s3 H3 15 P, Kt W A <t . Ktd. ... 94 soo 700 do 83 do c 83 do 83 do 88% 400 200 American Coal. he ?>(? 100MdCoaiCo< be 23 7 Panama BB Ill 50 do he 110 loOl'ao Mail bK Co. . b3 40 100 uo 39% 2 0 700 do be 39% 4I*> 1600 do 39% 800 do 39% 300 do b3 40 9Ui do 40 400 do 40% 400 MX) do 40% 1C0 1800 do 40% 11* Atlantic M SS...b c i lOOAdamti Kx h3 94 100 II i> Ex Co 71 200 N Y C A 11 B BB.b e. IOO7-, 42 Uo 91.', 600 Dei, L A West BR.. 100 210 do 10J% do ...be 106 HBO do 105% 400 do 030 10u% 600 Ohio A MBit . .lie 37% ??' "" 83 37% 37% M ?! do. do. IOO 200 H>0 900 do b3 37% do 37% do c 37% do 37% do 1.S0 38 do 37% do s3 37% do 37), do 38 do 37% 200 200 600 10 100 400 400 100 do 100% TOO 200 ?, V A 10 RB.'.'.ibc 29% 29" 29% 29% 30 30% 29% 30 do 100% SOO do 110% HM do 101 ioo do H0% 200 do S3 100% ia?15 and 2:15 P. M. ?COOO UP 6's, '81, r 116% ?*)O0 US .'-20, c, '65.... 119 4000 US #?*, '81, C 123% 3000 llh 5-20, C, 'C5, n.. 120% 9000 U S 5-211, r, '62 U7 3000 l.'S6-20,c, *7 121% 2900 US 6-20, C. "62. 2000LS .'.-20, C, '68 120% Called bonds, sin 118 UillO P. M.? Before Call. SOO shs West Union Tel 83% 100 slis U Paeiflc RR. . . 2f% 400 do 83% 1IKM) do 28% do 83% 10C AN W prci M do C 83?, 200 Chi'! A Hock 1 RR. 10?V do b;t 1 00 B, 11 AE RR h3 2% do 83% 3DOOhio A A1 RR....b3 38 200 N Y C AUK RR.S3 100% 100 do 38% 100 l'ac M SS Co 411'., 1000 do 38 600 do 40% 600 do 3S% 300 do b3 40% 100C.CA I C UU...t/AJ 30 200 Harlem Ri< 129% 100 do ti}0 29% iCol.b AM SR14. 91% Second Board? I P. 31. ?50TO Missouri 6's... ... 94J, Clip shs Pac M SS Co. si 40 400 1200 100 100 600 1000 Mil 6V, 11 ASlJois 92 300 200O S < ' B'k, n, J A J . . ).'i% 900 2000 brie 3d tu 101 100 . 16000 Un Pac 1st m. 86% 200 I4>;00 do 86% 200 lOOOUn Pac7's, lg.... 70% 100 10000 Oliio A M 2d 84% 200 2000 C,C, C A I 1st. .. 8e% 200 10000 do 88 600 6000 N J Ceil lnt, new. 106 10 slis Aid Ex bunk. . . 109 do 39% do 39% oo 40 do 39% do 1>3 48 do 40W do 40 do s3 40% do 40'a 100 Eric RR be 62% 8011 do. s60 61 100 Cou Coal ol Md.... S2^a 2< 0 in l'ac KIt 28% 100 oo 52% XX) A P RRgtd 8< % 100 Mar Ld A Mg 11', 16 C A N W nt 86 100N Y C A H R be S3 100% 200 C A R 1 KR bo 108% 1200 do 100% 100 Mil A 8v Paul .. . be .'>3% 900 West L'u Tel be. 83% 68 1), Eack A W RR... 106% ioo do s.i a;i?4 100 in. b c.c 105% 400 oo W% 100 do 105% Ki;, 6 N Y. N HA 11 Bit.. i:t8% 100 Mor A Ex BB 94% 1(|0 1809 do 83 do 8S? oo b'i 88J ao Kl do s4 83 do 831, 14410 no . 83 100 do S3 8.1% 800 ioo L Sams be ?i '4 ioo 400 Pac M SS Co. . ..It e 40% 21K) 700 do 40% 100 600 100 2600 100 300 1200 100 23 do 94% 300 11 A St J KR ... be 35 >200 Ohio A 41 R. b c . b3 38 2110 do :... 37% do 37* do ?3 37% do 37% uo 37% do b3 98 do c 37% do 8.3 40 1100C.CAICRR.be 30 do b3 30 200 100 ... 40 200 ... 40% do sS 29' do a to 3 P. M. 900shs Went Un Tel.... 83% 400ghs N Y C A H R RR 100V 200 do n3 H3 100 do. b3 11W% 100% 129% 129% 100 Pac Mall 8S Co. . . .. 40% 200 Un Pac RR 28% do, s9 28% 400 do b3 88% 200 do. 600 do 83% ioo Harlem RR 100 dn ... ?U? 100 300 1000 600 1IX) MX) 100 200 100 oo 39% 30(1 D.LAW RB li*.% do 39% 600 Ohio A -Miss BB. .. 37% do 3tf% 1000 do 37% -*?% do 40 i00 OL CA 1 C RB do 40% 200 do do 83 40% 200 do oo 40% HO do CLOSING PRICES? 3 O'CLOCK P. M. Western Union. 83% a 8S% Union 1'a rifle. . 28% a Quicksilver fir. 60 a 50% Clev A Pitts 87% a Adams Kxpress. 93% a 91 Ch A N W iirt f. 84 a Wp|l?-KHrito Ex 81 n 82 Nj Central 106 a Am Mtr Un Ex. 64% a 66% Chicago A R I.' .108% a Del, Lack A W. 105% r. 106 8t Paul 54 Pacific Mall.... 40^ .i 40% N Y central ...1J0% a 101 Erie 62% n 62% Harlem )2b% a 13u LaKc Shore 91% a '21% St I'aul pre! ... 72 Wabash 68 Ohio A Miss 37% a Han A SI Jo. . . . 34% a C, < : A 1 C. 29% * 29,', 2flji 29% 2fi? 87% 84% 107 la^i 64% 72% ?8% 98 .Vi % 29% COMMERCIAL REPORT, Spot Cotton l-4c. and Fotore Deliver lea 1-Kc. Better? Flour Dull? Wheat Firmeiw (orn lc. a Sr. Better? Oats Strong ? Groceries <ln let ? Provisions Dall. Monday, June 9?9 P. M. The tratlc movement wux still slow as a general thing, though there was mure activity in some quarters than on Saturday. The most noteworthy changes were at the Produce Exchange. The flour market was still Ooll, though there was rather more inquiry for lines of extra State for shipment, on the ppot and to arrivQ. Wheat was in better request and rather dearer for strictly prime Spring, which was scarce. There was als* some inquiry lor future delivery, and same busi ness was done in a sly way. but at about steady prices. Corn was also more sought after and with moderate receipts prices favored the seller to the extent of about 2c. per bushel. Considerable purchases were made for shipment at the advance. Oats were in lair request at about steady prices. Whiskey was lower in the race or limited receipts. Poric was still qoiet and nominal. Lard was dccidedly brink under a good demand and prices were decidedly in sellers' ta vor. Freights were strong, and tended to check 1 tales or grain. Cotton on the spot. In sympathy with the continued upward movement In ftitare deliveries, advanced in valae. The. rcTtsed quotations appended show an ad vance of %c. per lb. on all grades save ordinary. All growths or ordinary assume an even value with ordi nary upland. Future deliveries airain advanced, the market dosing however, with a drooping tendency at the advance or%C. We som np thus JV bay. Sat. Et'g. Total. Kurort ...... Consumption. .Speculation . . Sol) ?.x'l 21 219 5-1 13 7iy 976 34 Total 97f. 713 1,729 ?Far future delivery (basis low middling) the sales have been as follows:? Sale* Saturday evening, alter one o'clock- June, floo at 18%c. short notice, 200 kt 18 1516e., 100 at 18%c.: July. 6du at 19 5-lftc., 1,800 at 19%c., 100 at 19 9 32c., 300 at 19 5-lfic.; August, 400 at 19%e... 2(* at 19 7-lfic. ; September, 100 at lH%c. ; November. 100 at 17 5-1&; December, 200 at l7%e. Total, 4,tju0 bales. Sales to-dav up to three P. M.? June, 1.300 at 18%c., 300 at 18 IS-18e.. 30Q. ?t l!?e , 600 at lb; ,c. i July, 400 at 19 S-I6c., 2.400 at 19%c., ITW at 19 11 3-'c., 100 at 19 J-I6C , 1.800 at 19%c? 300 at 19 7-16c., 100 at 19 l.V32c., 800 at 19 710c., 1 200 at 19%c., 30o at 19 15-32c.. 1,:KN at 19%c , 400 at 19 l.V33c., 700 at 19 i 16c. ; August. 200 at 19 7-l6c., 100 at 19%c., 100 at 19 9-lfc., 100 at 19%c.,?00at 19 1116c., 1.100 at 19 21 32c.. 1,000 at 19%C., 200 at 19 ll-16e , 100 at 19%c., 2,100 at 19 ll-16c , 4o0 at iy%c. : September, 2K) at 18%e., 800 at 18 7-lGc., 300 at lHWc., 1.000 at 18 7-l6c., at 18%o. ; October, 200 at 17 I M Ac ., 300 at >7%c. Ex. changed? 3-IAc. paid to exchange 600 July for Auiru>t. Total, 19,300 balea tirand total 28,800 bales. We quote Pplamm. Alabama. If. Orleans. Tern*. Ordinary 14% 14% 14% 14% Good ordinary K.% 16% 16% K.% Strict good ordinary 17% 17% 17% 17% Low middliog 18% 18% 18% 19 Middling 19% 19% 20 20% Good middling 21% 21'% 22 22% ?The quotations are based on cotton in store, running in quality not more than half a grade ahove'or below the grade quoted. The receipts at the port# to-dav were as follows:? Oalveaton, 96; New Orleans, 864, Mobile, 411, Ravanaah, 306; Charleston, 191; Wilmington, 16. Norfolk, 46?; New York, 510. Total, 2,936 , this day last week, 3,877 ; this day last year, 2,447 Ooftbk.? The prices at which Bio cargoes were ottered to-dav are said to show a deoliae of %c. per lb. ibc d? mana for CiruoM and lirtn lovoleea continued llrht. We note Mies ol 3,100 bags Kio, per Union, and 1,!C9 bags Bio Santos Cetna on private term*. Wc quote :? ?t*?' Ordinary cargoes, 17!,e. a Wc. ; lair cargoes, 1W<C. a 18.^c. : good cargoes, 18^o. a 19c. ; prime cwma. 19'4c. a lOJtc. ; extreme range for lota, I7\c. a 19\<:., gold, per lb., 60 u 90 days' credit; Java (govern meut bags). a21c. ; do. igrass mats), 21c. a 72c. ; Singapore, do., 17c. a lcc. ; Ceylon. 18,ljc. a I0\c, ; M.ira caibo, 18fce. a Wjjc. ; Laguayra, 19c. al'JJie. ; Jamaica, 18c a 19c. ; St Doiningo. I6kc\ ; Porto Rico, 19c. n I9kc. ; fostt Rica, 18^c. a lajJjc. ; Mexican!* 13i?e. a 19c. ; Manila, 18c. a Iff', c. , Angostura. 18.V- a 19c. : Suvuiiilla, IH^c. a 19c. ; Curacou, lH^je. a I9e., gpld, iKi a 90 clays' credit. Fiona a ni> ukain.? Receipts? Flour, 19, 296 bbls. : wheat., SW busbatos corn, 1.12,7(46 do. ; corn meal, J41 bbls. and 235 bags; oats, 23,479 titi.-hela. The (lour market continued to rule dull, but prices were without decided change. The sales were about 13,000 bbU., includiug 6,000 bbls. extra state, Saturday evening, to arrive, at about #7. We HDoto ? No. 2 State ; . , . . $4 oo a 4 75 Superfine state 6 40 a 6 7 9 Extra state t 00 a 7 uo Choice .state 7 UO a 7 60 Superfine Western 5 40 a 6 7ft Extra Western 0 40 a 660 Rxtra Minnesota.. 6 50 a 8 2.1 Bound hoop Ohio, shipping brands 6 50 a 6 7ft Bound hoop Ohio, trade brands 7 00 u 7 60 8 00 a 10 00 bt Louis, low extra 6 50 a 7 (HI St Louis, straight rxtra 7 25 a 8 00 St, Louis, choice double extra 8 50 a 9 (10 ht Louis, choice lumily 9 00 a 11 00 California ? no a 9 80 Bye (lour .. 4 00 a ft 40 Southern No. 2 3 00 a 4 80 Southern jupertlne till a 5.10 Southern extra 6 75 a 8 00 Southern lumily 8 60 a 11 00 < orn meal, Western 3 19 a .'I 46 Corn meal, Jersey 3 IB a 3 45 Corn Korft, Bruudywine 3 00 a 3 63 Baltimore 4 40 f. 0. b. ?*lorlc 3 00 a 3 68 Puncheons in tm fo.b. ? wneat was in tuir demand it ml firmer, particularly tor 5!" 15? ^"e were about 130.000 buitbcfc, at 1 i Sftafl 40 lor retorted Sprint, SI < 0 a $1 -15 I <>r No. *5 enhago > priii if, *i tor No. 3 Milwaukee, $1 54 for prime Nortlmeat $1 &5a $1 i 7 lor No. 2 Milwaukee and KaeiTie, $1 b0ior*No. I Chioago, $1 63 lor very choice dry v?' i Included in Clio above 1*22,00" bushels j O' - Milwaukee, to arrive, ou private terms. Corn *us in cood request and 1c. a 2<\ dearer, with --ales ol 160,000 bushels, at from 60c. u 54c. tor warm aiul damp new mixed, .wc. a 98c. for steamer, 63c. a 64c. lor dry rail', 64e. a 66c. for yellow. Oats were strong, hot without decided change. Sales 68,000 bushels, at 44.l?c. lor mixed Western, 90c. for light mixed and 6le. a 54e. tor wlilli. At the close the market was tame, hurley and malt were neglected and nominal. Bye v/as inactive, We. for Western ami i', ,orA anadu, in bond, are nominal quotations At$i d?l 00 Camilla peas, 111 bond, were ollered without buyers Frkiuhts.? Berth room has been in (air demand and rates stronger lor provisions una Hour. The chartering inquiry wa? light and ratos about steady. The engage ments to-day were To Liverpool, bv steam 32,000 bush el* grain (relet room) reported at ll^d., 3,000 boxes cheese al 69s. and 12,000 boxes uo. at 60s., 1,4U* boxes bacon at 50s. ; bv sail. 3uo bbls. lubrlcuUng oil at 7s. l>4d. and 200 tons oilcake on private terms. To London, by steam, 21,000 bushel* wheal nt I23?d. ; 106 hhds. Kentucky tobacco at 45a. ; by soil, s.000 buabula wheat ut lid., and 3,500 bbla. flour al 3s. 4';d. To Glasgow, by steain, 2,000 boxes checse at 56s. To Rotterdam, by steam, 1H,000 bushels wheat at lS%d-, and 500 hbl& apples ut a.-, fid The char ters were:? An American bark, hence to Stettin, vvitli 2,500 bbls. ei'imed petroleum at 7 s. 3d. An Austrian briu, henee?to Odessa, with 7,<lOl cases r' lined do. ut 52c. A British hrip, hence to a direct port. Italy, with St 900 bbls. rosin at SI 26, and a British brigH back from the south side ol Ouba, w. to 300 libit.-, sugar ut $7. One or two charters fur petroleum were pending- but, not< losed ut a Inte hour. M olabsm. ? Without material change in values, the market tor all descriptions was quii t at about the (Al lowing quotations, which, for the most part are nom inal: ? Mew crop? ouba. centritugal and uincti, 18c. a 22c. : do., clayed, iOc. a 31e. ; do. muscovado, rcflning, 30i . u 32c. ; do. do., grocery, 33c. a 49c. . Porto Bic.o, 35c. u (KU ; English li lands, 25c. a 0 ic. ; Now Orleans, 69c. u 80c. Naval SToaas.? The murket lur (spirits turpentine lias ruled very quiet to day, but the value appears lo remain about steady at 46.V-. We hear ol sales of only HO bbls. at46>|C. Strnitii d rosin Is also quiet, and without new features of interest. Transactions include 100 bids at $>90 and 100 bbls. good strained at J, 3, both from the dock ; also a cargo ol 2,500 bbls., said to lie at S3. The better grades o: rosin aro wlthi ut reported transactions Tar rules dull, but aooul steady at. H >t< 2.V lor Wa ll ington and $4 50 for Wilmington. Pitch moderately active in a jobbing way at $3 90 lor prime city, delivered. Fktuolkun.? ' The market for refined was dull ut t,he opening, but late in the day there, wur some speculative inquts.v, and sales w< re re ported of lO.OoO bbls., .1 uiy, ul lSH^c. ; InOOO btils., August, at same price, and 5,000 bbls., September, at*10Jic? Other Rales were pending, but not closed ul a late hour. The market ruled pretty tlrm ami 19?ie. was generally quoted an the price for June cargoes. Cases steady at 2u\ a 25Wc., but quiet. Naphtha tlruilv held utile, a ll'Je. for Western and city. Crude quiet and tirm at 8''?c. a U<\ in bulk, and 14S?C. in bbls. The Creek Advices were of generally dnW market*, ut 55 Oil City, $2 3ft for Botuevillc. $2 55 a $2 57 )ij at nttuiville, and $2 30 at Parker's. At Philadelphia there was quite a large business done late Saturday, the sales aggregating 26.000 bbla, at lH'ic. July. IHfjC. August, and 19!^. Sep tember. To-day the inuiki t wu= quiet and steady at ty^e. lor June, but very lit tie offered lor this month. Provisions.? Beceipts? Pork, 2 bbls. ; errt meat*. 83 packages; lard, 199 bbls, and licrees, and 150 kegs. The ugmaiut for mess pork was unimportant No whole sale lots were disposed o(. IiMolibing lo's 125 bbls. were disposed el at SIC 02^ a $16 76 : 200 bbls. old sold lit $)tj, and 2ft bbU. extra prime realised $14; $16 60 whs lud lor June and $1675 lor July deliveries. Bcel? The market was quiet, with prices ruling steady. In a small way several packages changed hands within the range of $9*!?) a $11 for plain mess bbls. : $1': a $14 for extra do. blih $21 a $22 lor primer do. tierces, and $23 a $25 lor India do. tierces. Beef hams were nc glee ted. but quoted nominally steady at $27 a $32 tor Western and Southern. Cut meats? Trade has been light to-day. neiug coubned priueipailv to iobtiiug lois. Pricea underwent no essential change. We neardot sales of 3, 0U0 pickled ?boul ders at 7Jfc. a VJjC. per H>., und W) Uercca siuoked haiu'.ut 13c a I4e per lb. Bacon was quiet, with sales r.t SOU boxes city long dear at 8c., and 60 boxes*do. on private terms. Lard ruled firmer, with sales of 500 tierces ror .tune deiiv cry at 9 l-16c. . 2,780 tlcrces lor July, partly at 9fri6c. ; f>00 tierces seller's (iptioii, August, at 9 9- 16c., and reported, 60.: tierces ut ?>?c. < ' i t > soi l to tlie extent ot 260 ucrces at 8^e. Butter and cheese were without material clmngo iu any respect. We quoUi choice near by State eggs, IKe. ; Southern, ltko. a 17e.. and Western, 1 1\ic. a IHJ^c., with but u moderate dcnuuid. StT<;AK.? Tne movement in raw sugar was moderately active at lull prices. We uotu sales ot '200 hhds. ceutritu Kil on prtvwte t< rra? ; 194 Jihd*' muscovado, good (uir. ut . ; 427 bUds. prime Cuba ath'^c. ; 200 hhds various lots within the range of appended qtiotatlons ; 400 boxes een trifugal al 9c.. und ISO boxes clayed at s^c. Bt lined ruled tlrm with a gisid demand at former prices. H e quote ? Cuba? Ketlning, imerlor to common, 7e. a 7^e. ; tair to good fair, 75?c. a 7^c. ; good lo prime. 3c. aq^c. ; grocery, fair to good, 8!?e. u8>ic. ; prime to choice. 8Sc. a 9c.; eentritugal, hlnls. and boxes, 8tfr. a y;'-.c. ; molasses, blida and boxes, a 7\c. ; melado, 4c. a B?. Havana - Boxes? Dutch standard, Nos. 7 to 9, 7e. a IKc. ; do 10 to 12, 8e. a 8!^c. ; do., 13 to 15, 8?4c. a 9'<c. ; do.. It. to 18, 9' jc. a 10c. ; do., 19 lo 20 10'4c. a IOJ-jC , white, M^C. a lU^Jc. l'orto Bico? Ketlning, common lo prime, 7c. a Ht<c. ; grocery, (air to choice, 8kc. a 9\e. Brazil? Dutch standard. Nos. 8 to 12, tf^c. a f^c. Jav:i? Dutch slandurd. hos. 10 to 12, t!Uc. a f'Xc. Manila? Superior atnl extra superior, 7c. a 7??c. Bice.? Business, in a distributing way, has been mod erately fslr to day, with prices ruling steady The sales loot up about 4? tierces of Carolina at from 7\c. lo 8,'v'. ? and 225 bags of Kaiwroon at ojif. a 7 e. Svbarine was duii 100 tierces sold within tlie range of 9'?c. ayjjjc. Tallow was qnict, with sales of 46,000 lbs. at from 7?<c. to|^,c.. and 100 hhds. choice at 9c. WniRacr.? Beeeipta, 4H5 bbls. The mnrkct ruled in hov er's ia?or. We note sales of 300 bbls. at 93r., and M bbls. at 93>.e. DOMESTIC MABKET8. llALVKSTort, June 9, 1^7\ Cotton dull: good ordinary. 14V " Net receipt-, 96 balev. bxports to Great Britain, 0K7. Sales, 2nt>. Stock, 32,933, Nf.w Orleans, June 9, 1873. Cotton in good demand , ordinary, 12a-. a I2j<c. . good ordinary, 15c.; low middling-. lo3*c. a 16??e. ; middlings, lsc. a lHlfe. Net receipts, 894 bales; gross, Sfti Exports to (ireat Britain, ";1&. sales, 1,800; Saturday evening, 2,600. Stock, 66,786. Mobilr. June 9, 1873. Cotton firm; offerings light; low middlings, 1654c. ; middlings, 18c. Net receipts, 411 bales. Exports coast - W1>K , 10?. Sales, 100. Stock, 2,486. Savawrati, June 9, 1K73. Cotton heavy : middlings, 18'4C. Net receipts, J9ti Imles. Export* coastwise, 2,746. Shipments, 782. stock, 16.209. Cuakmcston, June 9, 1873. Cotton quiet; middlings, Net receipts, 191 bales. Exports coastwise, 618. Sales, 200. Stock, 11,364. WiLKiwQTotf, N. C., June 9, 1873. Spirits of turpentine quiat ai 41c. Bosin quiet at |2 2$ lor strained; $3 lor extra No. 1;$2 30 lor No. 2; $2 35 for extru No. 2, and $3 50 (or paic. crude tur pentine steady at $2 for hard, and $3 lor yellow dip and virgin. Tar steady at $3 25. OsirECO, June 9, 1873. Flour unchanged ; sales of 1.400 bills, at $H 2ft for No. 1 Spring, $'J 25 tor amber Winter. $10 75 lor double extra. W heal unchanged ; wiles o( 2.000 bushels ol amlier Michi gan at SI' 70; 1,000 do. No. 1 Milwaukee club held at $1 96; one car ofdo. ut $1 69; one car of do. at SI 57. Corn dull : sales of l 2oo hushelsot mixed Indiana at 55c., 8uo bushels of prime Illinois al 52c. Oorn'meal ; SI 29 lor bolted. $1 20 lor unbolted per cwt MilUced unchanged ; shorts. $lti5.i; shinsttifrs. $17 90, and middlings, $ls 50 a $19 per ton. Canal irelghts? Wheal, 8c. ; corn and rye, 7*fc. to New York; lumber. $360 to the Hudson; $4 50 to New York. Railroad Irclghw? Vlour to Philadelphia. OOe. ; to Boston, 50c.; to ?w York. 40e.: U> Aihanv, 36c. Beeeipts ny lake? 136,000 feet of lumber. Shioments by canal? l^.^JO bu?hels wheat, l iO.OUO feel ol luamer. Toi.epo, June 9, 1873. Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat dull and declining; sales of Nil. 2 white Wabash at $1 80; No. 3 do., $1 70. ex tra wnite Michigan, $1 66; amber Michigan, spot, $1 69; seiler June, $1 56>j; teller Julv, $1 66 No. 1 reu, spot. $1 fiS; seller .1 line, $1 65; rejected red, $1 30; No. I amber Illinois. $1 07; No. 2 do., $1 C3. Corn steady. Hales of high mixed spot and seller June, 44c. ; seller August, 47c. ; seller September, 4V. ; low mixed. 43c. , \ellow, 441^, ; Michigan. 43^j|c. ; white. 47c. ; damaged, 31c. Oats a shade better at c. a ;f7c. tor No. 2.36c. tor reiected Freights Orm ; to Bultalo, 4c. a 4>.c. ; to oswego, 8e. a ?kc. ; to Kingston. 8c. Beeeipts? 2,0(10 bbls. Hour, 30,000 bushels wheat, tinutri do., corn and K.W?do. oat? "hipmenta? 4,000 bbls. Iloui , 23.0AI ba>heU wheat, 19,000 do. corn and 2.0'JOdc. oats. Hi ftalo, June 9, l'>73. (irain in ?tore:? Wheat, 05,353 bushels . corn, 141,683 do. ; oat.s, 123,375 do. ; barley. Wda; rve, fi34 do. ; barley malt, 32..'<76 do. ; rye malt, l,All do. I.ak'e Imports lor ine lust forsy-eigbt hours? Flour. 17.469 bbls. ; wheat, 215,510 bush els; corn, 399,066 da ; oats, 33,700 da Canul shipments Wheat, 1)9,939 bushels; corn, 129,880 do. Bail exports? Wheal, 31.615 bushels; corn, 38,994 do.; oats, 53,631 do. I peas. 390 do. Canal freights lower ; wheat, I0)<c. u 10?4c. ; corn, 9c. a 9Vc. , oat*. 0><c. Flour unlet ; Western Spring, $7 a $h- bakers', $7 50 a $* 25. amber, $8 W a $9 '26; while, $9 50 a $10. Wheat (inner and ad vaneed ; sales 20,0f>i bushels Milwaukee No. 2 Spring at $1 41; quoted? Milwaukee N?. 2 spring, $ I <1; do. No. 1 spring, $1 47: Chicbago No. 'J Spring, $1 38; white Canada, $1 7ft a $1 87X; while Michigan, $1 80 a $1 98. Corn in fair demand ; sales 3,000 bushels No. 2 at Wc., and l.tXK) bushels high mixed at 47c. Oats quiet; (ales 3,000 buiheli No. 2 Western at 39c. Barley steady; Canada, 96c. a 98c. ; No. 2 Western. 90c. a 99c two-rowed Mate, 84c. a 88o. ; four-rowed, 9V. Rve quiet; sales of 1,900 i bushel* No. Sat 80o. Barley inalt firm ; Western. $1 a $1 10; prune Winter Western, $1 10 a $1 19; prime Canada. $1 20 a $1 26. Bye malt held at 95c. Provision*? Mess pork. $17; shortcuts, $17; hams, 13^c.; shoulders, 8>?c. ; ureaklast bacon, 9^c. ; dried beet. 18c. ; imoked tongues, i'ic.; lard in tierces, 8J?c.; In Kegs, 9kc. Other artaulcs unchanged, ^ ,, . chicaoo, June 9. 1873 Floor dull and unchanged; business small. Wheat quiet and unchanged; sales of No. 1 spring at $130; No. 2 do. at $126 cash; $1 24^, seller June, No. 3 do. $1 14; rejected, (Wc a 9' V- Com firm and in fair demaod at 34kc. lor No. 2rafxed regular; 36'?c . forlresh, spot ; :M'ic., seller June; 37 Wo. a37'ic., seller July ; 40Ve., ?elier Au gust; rejected Jl a 31 Wc. oats steaify; sales of No. 2 at 2tJSiC., spot ; -9*je. a 2t^c., seller July : rejected, 24\r a ?c By e firm and in lair demand ; sales of No. 2 ai file. Barley dull and nominal. Fork quiet and a shade higher ; sales at $19 75, sooi; seller July, $1585 a $15 9? lard quiet And unfthAnved; nominally 8kc caMv Bulk meats steady ? quotable at a fi^e. for shoulders; 8'?c. a Siif. for tnort fib iul(hh?s; a **#c. lor iliort clear rr.lddifn. Hit h.ose. Itatfon mesdy for ibouUler*; |Wc. for clear ril? ; ^c. lor Clear iildcf?. Whwteey ntcady at J*i c r relgbw quiet and un? banfed. Receipta?lMM'tiblt. flour, fiu.iw) bushel* wheal, ^uoo com, I7.S.(i0<? do. oat*, do rye aod i.uw do. barley. ?bibmeut^-7^ iT.Soo^Vti"0 6B,htl' whMt' do. eon and HAVA1TA MAEIET& Sngar? Wo. 12 D H inu . Jnn<> ?. '"73. I'uST ; on iJiiiteif Stoks Xrt ai?b."0be K*" J? a 20 per cent premium? U'M:8? ,Dort ""SiJt. currency. EUROPEAN MARKET3. London Monky MiKKKT. ? London. June 9?5 P. M.? Consols closed nl 92?i lor money, 'J2i, for the account. American securities? United States bonds closed, IWVS'a, old, 91 1867\ 94 '4 ; ten-forties, 88^: new fives, 89)j[. lirte Railway shares, 48k. At the opening American securities rated as follow* : ? United States five twenty bonus, s Dllj. iWh, 94V,; ten-Iortieif, 88J< ; new fives, W., and Erie Railwav shares, 48. LivK*rooi Cotton Marxkt. ? Livkkfool. Juuc t9? S P. ? M.? Cotton closed, with uuddiiug uplands, 8l?d. ; middling Orlean?, 'JVgd. The mile* of the day were 12,UU0, bales, Including 2.0CU (or export and speculation. Ot the. sales, 7,750 littles were American. Sales of cotton shippod troin Savannah or Charleston, i n May, at 8 I3-1M. i sales slumped from the same ports, deliverable In June and July, at 8 ll-ltol. ; eal"s or rot ion shipped from New Orleans and deliverable in July and August, at 9 1-I6d., and sales ot cotton shipped trmn Savannah or Charlcstou. deliverable in August and September, at 8 15-liid. The market opened steady, with middling uplands, J. , middling Orleans, Ul;d. Livi.arooi. BaaADsrurrs Maiijikt.? Livkki-ooi, June 9?2 P. M.? Breadstuff's dull LlVI lleOOl. I'KOPUCK M 4RKKT.? LlTKRPOOI, June 9? Evening? Refined petrolviiui. lltd. aUUd. per gallon. London Pkopock Maiikkt.? Uindon. June 9? Evening.? Linseed oil, ?33 li?s. per ton. Spirits turpentine, 36s. a .hie. 1st. per cwt Antwerp Pktroi.kvm Mahkkt.? AKTWKHr, June 9? Pe trolciim, 4df. tor Stamford wniie. ? ^ i FINANCIAL. J^NJfVAlT STATEMENT TDK P II IWM 1 A MUTUAL INSUBANCB COMPANY IIASTFORD, CONN. Net Aaseta January ), 1872 $7, MO, 614 us. INCOME IN 1872. From premiums $2,942,489 74 From interest. 471,262 71 From agents' balances paid and in crease In valne of investments.. 22,144 01 3,435,696 49 $10,946,510 54 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1872. To policy holders. Paid claim.-) by deuth $t-78,499 66 Paid dividends 995 443 12 Paid for lapsed und sunendered policies 306,084 07 $?,180,026 80 EXPENSES. Taid for commissions, salnriex'and all other agency expenses $lif i.tM 18 Paid medical exuminers' Ins . w Paid salaries ot oflictrs huU office employes 34,515 U Paid taxes 44,328 54 Paid reinsurance . 1,272 68 P*M all other expenses 7V.W6 20 $1.57,15 s u $2,737,185 47 $K,2U!),325 07 ARHETS. | Loans on bond and mortgage $2,975,302 40 j Loans on collateral secority 101,579 13 ! Vnited States registered bonds 278.593 75 i State and county bonds 66, "IK) 00 ; Railroad bonds 43, two mi j flas company stocks 18, Ml no j Bank stocks 182,72)1110 j Cash on hand and in banks 118,678 54 | Premium notes on policies In force 3,551.227 01 \ Accrued interest on Invemuientij ll'l,S34 63 j Premiums in course of collection 53b,'?2 19 Deferred quarterly and t>erui-annaal pre miums 13T,U04 20 All other assetu .. 96.9S3 16 $8. 20#, 325 07 LIABILITIES. Net present -value ol all outstand ing policies. New York standard, January 1. 1873 $6,776,117 00 All other liabilities 233,376 57 $7,009,493 57 Surplus $1,199,831 50 j Number of podcles issued in 1*72 10,527 Amount insured $21,751,734 Whole number ol policies in force 33.020 Whole amount Insured $71,910,267 E FESBENDEN, President. James F. Burns, Secretary. Business of Connecticut Companies In 1872. Nik of Policies. Am, Ins'd Hartford Life and Annuity ...1.216 $2,4.?2.7t6 Connecticut General Life ....1,260 2.526,480 Travellers' Life and Accident... 2,:i88 4,u50.506 Continental Lift 2,947 5,021,010 Connecticut Mutual Life ..5,117 13,185,915 Charter Oak Lift ~ . 6,'J29 12,246,591 ^Rtna Life .8.791 16.335,187 PIKKNIX MUTUAL LIFE 10,527 21,751,734 A -JAY COOK E A CO."? ? No i'tl Wi.ll vfrcct, London, Paris, New York. Exchange Berlin, Frankfort, Bremen, Vienna. Oalde Transfers, Circular l/''Ur?, Commercial Credits, JAY COO KB, Mi'ci'LLOCH A CO., 41 Lombard stri ct. London. Cable Transfers upon Vienna direct AYOUNO MAN, M ST START.'NU IN BUSINESS, with every possible chance of success, wishes to boarow the sum ot $250. repayable weekly or otherwise; gofll Interest and undeniable reference*. Address JUN1.X, care of W H Dickie, 69 William street At bbasonablk ratb?? monbt on lifk and Fmlowment Insurance Policies. Mortgages and other Securities Insurance of all kind* effected with best companies. J. J- HABR1CH A CO., 117 Hroadwny. N* ESTATE FUND ? MONET TO LOAN ON BOND and Mortgage and tor the purrhase of Second Mort gages. KKii.N aPPLBTON, 1$ Pine street Business paper and miscellaneous sbcubi ties bought aud sold _ ?""JN H 5! RRAY- 5 Broadway^ C~1ALL AND TIME LOANS NEGOTIATED UPON AP l oroved securities v JOHN B MURRAY. 98 Broadway. 1"ii0R~INVKSTMKNT AND TRUST ESTATES? KIRST ' class Mortgages, guaranteed bv a wealtliv cit> < or poration, current here and in Europe, runkinc next to United states government bonds, lor gale 17 U MIR RAY. 98 Broadway. LMKTY THOUSAND DOI.LARS (RKINil TOTAL IMUR) r of Memphis and Kaleigh Railroiid Company's first mortgage eight per cent Bonds, due in li?7, guaranteed by Shelby eount.r, (Tennessee, principal and in'ert*: pava bfe in New York, for sa,e by JOUN B. MURRAY, 98 Broadway HASKINS a BR.MNE, STOCK BROKKK8, II BKOAD street? Stock and'Oi Id Privileges a specialty Any one can 'peculate witfi ?tna!l capital and with very little ruk Kaplauotoiv circulars m uled. AMC1 A Ij, TJANKINd HOUHK OF FIKK * HATCH -1' No. 6 Ntuiti Bthebt, N?w You.'Jum 9, 1878. ????,!?. ?OI?ln?n^ ^ ?*K ?nd customer* for IB* mB^i? ? "urP}u? 0?P?UI, ?r In exchange for Govern ^,..- .V, ',rh,?h can n.ow ** ?"M ?* unusually high K!? - . '?je.'uHowlnij securities of weUknowu character ?"?le?UblUhe<l reputation. via. P^?Si^e!*^eSk" and 0hl# KU J?,r ??nt Bonds? f... ? 'nterett payable In do Id Coin in New York city ; Interest payable May 1 and November Is issued to denomination* of ?i<*), $300 ami $1,(100, either Coupon or Ri'Klatered? I*rice 88% and accrued interval. Also, the Chesapeake and Ohio Keren Per, (Tent Bond*? Principal and Intercut payable tn Oold Coin in Mew York city : interest payable January 1 and July 1. Honda of $1,0(10 each, Coupon or Registered? Price DO and accrued Intcrcsf. The Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad is completed and in operation IVoni Richmond to the Ohio Klver, a dis tance ol 42(1 mile*, at a cost, with tlm equipment of over 335,000,000; and the rapid development of us business In dicates thai the earnings lor tho ensuing twelve months will not be less than $3,000,001), arnd lor tin- succvediug year not lew than $r>,llOO,(HlO. Pamphlets containing lull information concerning the Road nnd the country it traverse* will be lurulthed on application. We also deal in Government Bonds. Central and West ern Pacific and other fir.-i -class Secirllies: receive de posits, on which we allow four percent Interest! make collection* and do a general banking business. / Kl.sK A HATCH. r (lAN.-t ON I. IKK INSURANCE POLICIES AND I J other securities, in large and small amount*, at IB Liberty street, up stair*. MOBlLli AND OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY. Mobil*. May 27, 1S71 Whereas the stockholders; at their mcefing on the 17th day 01 April. 1X73, requested the directors t<? Increase the capital stock by MH?i.H8iie ot one new share for each share now existing, iipoii the payment of 25 per cent In cash; and Whereas the director* have prescribed that said 26 per cent shall be culled lor in the following instalments, on 1st July 1873 r 88 ist November. 1873. 10 i?t January. IH74. ? 1st April, 1871 8 Therelore resolved. That the transfer books of this company shall be closed 011 Monday, the 16th (lay ot Juno next, for the piKpose of determining who ure entitled to the new stock, allotments of which will bo made In ac cordance witli the record ot stockholders ol that date, an.l which can lie sold t r n od at pleasure. The trniister books sliall be reopened oa Tuesday, tho 16th day 01 July next, at which time transfer books will also be opened in the. city of New York, at the office of Duncan, Sherman A Co. Uy order ol the Board of Directors. A. I, WILLOUCIIHY, Secretary. NOTKS nOI'OHT AND SOLD? CASH LOANKD Olf stocks, mortguges, bonds, Illc insurance policies and iniscelluiieoiis securities. Pine street, room is. F. DE POTOIR A CO. OITICE OF THE FARMERS' LOAN ANIl TRUST Company, 2fi Exchange place, corner William street. The au nuii I election for nine Directors of this Company will lie held at. this office on Tuesday, the 10th day ot June next. The poH will lie open from 12 o'clock M. to 1 o'clock P. M. (JEO. P. fl 10 II, Secretary. Nkw Yohk, May 31, 1873. CHOIIT MORTOAOF.H (FIRSTS AND SECONDS) OM O city property wanted. .1 oil N 11. MI'RKAY, 98 Broadway. OT. JOSEPH AND DENVER 1'ITY RAILROAD.? Holders of Bonds of this company are reouosled to meet at the olllcc ol 1IASSLER k CO.. No. 7 Wall street. New York, June II, at 3 o'clock P. M., for Hie purpose of t.ikinu concerted action lor protecting their interests. Those not able to attend will pieuse write to II asslkr A CO., stating tin' amounts ot their bonds, nnd whether white or yellow. W ANTED- --$30.00.) ON FIRST MORTOAOK ON CITY " Property, hrst class. Address H., Herald office. n<W\ $r?,IHfl, $7,<*M), TO PURCHASE BROOK i/.HHH, ly 11 l irst. Mortgages. An/ amount to loan on City Property. RUFUS K. McIIARw, 77 <5edar street. Notary aud commissioner for every stale. <J>1 O nnn-*,,,.u,n. **?"""> ?<V'I0I AND $4,1100 TO (PliJ.UUu loan, on lirsl class improved Properly, for three years; also Builders' Loans and Second Mortgages. SAW A KD A LEA V ITT, 64 Wall Street _ $19 NOTE, SEVEN MONTHS, FOR HALE; VlMil/uU maker perfectly responsible, owning large amount of real estate; will he sold at one per cent per month dlscouut and Hrst mortgages amounting to ? little over Unit sum given as collateral. Address OWNER, liojt 228 Herald office. dN 7 A fMm TRUST funds to loan? on first ?1P I "I " mortgage, upon improved city prop erty; also Mortgages purchased. KELLOCiG, No. 4 Warren street. .17 5 000 TOtl,>AN? ' ?N IMPROVED CITY IIEAL estate, on vacant lots, tenement property " ""ifor Harlem or Brooklyn. & F. BARTLEh, 56 Wall street. oi good leasehold ; ^35,000 for Harlera _or Brooklyn $12 - IIQO TO LOAN-ON BOND AND MORT guge on Improved Real Estate, In nam* 10 sun ; also good .->econd Mortgages purchased. Mone; Immediately. S. [RKfiAND, Z01 Broadway. ?Kl QQnnn TO loan-without bonus, for ^Luii.liUU a Icrm of rears on bonds awl mortgages on real estate im this city. JOHN F.CONHKY, 102 Broadway, sooin % REAL ESTATE AFFAIRS. Salts on 'Change? Final Disposal ol Property Postponed Twenty Times? Valuable Tenth Avenue I^ots Under tho Uammciwliupurtant Suburban Sales at Marion, N. J., and Whlteitove, liong liland-Realty on tlie Line of the Sew Northern llonlevard. For a Monday, the business at the Heal Estate Exchange yesterday was rather active, a very fair assemblage having congregated there. One piece of projierty offered and sold was a five story free stone building, No. 190 Church street, lot 21.'2x75, by E. H. Ludlow ,t Co., and sold to A. c. Milan for $40,000. To this property considerable of a history Is attached. About two mouths ago. Colonel James M. Milne sold the same, under a foreclosure on a first mortgage for $47, 000, alter postponing ihesaleno less than seventeen different timed. Yesterday Messrs. Ludlow & Co., disposed of it under the foreclosure of a second mortgage for the above mentioned anm, having been postponed from May 6 to May 26 ana (rom date to the 3d Inst., when it was Anally knocked down as slated. The other sale was lield by Mr. .lames M. Miller, and consisted or a three story brick house ou the northeast corner ol Allen and DcJance# streest, iot 26X7D. tl, to J. W'atther for $10,609. Private sales ate being inane In the street quite actively, but have not been reported yet. To-day at noon A VERT IMPORTANT SAI.K of realty will be held at the Exchange, by A. J. Bleecker, Sou A, Co., consisting ot ten lots, situated on the south-east corner ol Tenth avenue and sixty second street -live lots each. 20x100 011 the avenue, and live or similar dimensions on the street. The property is sold by order of the Snpre.me Court, under tue direction 01 l.uke A Loekwood, Referee, .sixty-second street being regulated, curbed, gut tered and sewered, the ground lilsli, and located within one block 01 the Boulevards, this property will, no doubt, realize very good prices. The great excitement 01 the day Is centred in the impending suburban sales to be hold on Thursday, the uth lust. Several thousand maps oftlie prop erty at Marlon, N. J., to be sold on ttiat day by Jere Johnson, Jr., ;md J\ M. Gibson, have been caned for. thus demonstrating that tnere will he a lively activity In this particular real estate. This sale is imperative, being a partition of the Marion Build ing company, comprising the >-t. jambs hotkt. of 12;" rooms, inlly furnished; /twenty-six neat cottages and seventy-live docks aud water limits on the HacKensack River, adjomlnf the Pennsylvania Railroad works. Resides this, M7 lull city lots will be sold to the highest bidder. Marlon Is embraced in the l i/tn Aldermanlc dis trict of Jersey city, and is within eight minutes1 ride by railroad iroin Montgomery street ferry. At the depot Is located the attractive building of the United states Watch Company. The next important sale of the week will be held on the same date as tho one just mentioned, at the New York lieal i.state Exchange, by Messrs. Muller, wiikmsA Co., consisting oi ,lt> 0 lots, belonging to and by order of the WhTtestone Land A-ssoeiation, composed of Messrs. John J. Locke, Conrad Pop penheusen, Henry Hard, John D. l.ocke, Adolphe i'oppenhetisen and K. B. lllnsdale. and under the direction of Mr. George W. Van HlOlen, attorney. This property Is situated on Hevenm and Eighth avenues, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth, Four teenth, FiHeentl! aud sixteenth streets, at Wbite stone, Long Island. This is the third and last sale, finishes the partition of the property, and, as tho lots embraced in the offering are by far the most valuable of the possession, it is justly conjectured that go?d prices will be obtained. The streets, avenues and drives at Whltestone are nicely laid out, and well regulated; the town is easily accessible to the city, there being no.lesa than twenty daily trains from Hunter's l'omt. TBI SOUTHERN BOULEVARD. Under the sixth section of chapter 666 of the Laws of 1866 the awards on the Northern Boule vard proceedings "become due and payable imme diately upon the confirmation of the report ol toe Commissioners of Estimate and Assessment." Tnus the parties interested in the property ou the line 01 the Northern Boulevard, run ning from 155th street to Inwood street, may now apply to the Comptroller for their awards, and If this ottlcial is not prepared to pay them at once he should be compelled to issue bonds upon which to raise the money. The report of Messrs. Traptiagan, McClave and seaver in this matter was confirmed 111 Supreme Court, Chambers, belore Mi. Justice Fanclier, on the 3d instant, without any objection having been offered, and the awards and asneasmeuts established by tho Commissioners now are as much law as If an act to this effect had been passed by the Legislature. The total amount of awards for property taken will be about f MO, 389 37, while the assessments for the improve ments are f6l4.C37 .'>0, to be paid by the adjoining property benefited and an equal amount by the city. The costs, including all expeuses of survey ing. legal, clerical, Ac., are 133,586 04, which Is in cluded iu the above. W. H. BA&HE8 8TILL LI VIS. New York, June 9, 1873. Td tmc Editor of thi IUkald The telegram in your paper this morning from Port Jervis, N. Y., relating to the death of * Mr. William Barnes, has caused much aazlety among inv friends. 1 desire to say I arrived from tkl South safe in the city this morning. WM. 0, BARNSS.