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Stocks Heavy and Lcwer?A
Want of Confidence.
GOLD FIHM AT 117 1-4.
The Bank Statement-Money Without Change?
Investment Securities Steady.
Wall Strbkt, )
8atub?at, ocl 2?e P. M. (
The stock market to-day, after an exhibition of con
Siderable firmness in the early hours, closed weak and
Irrogular. There were no important rumors, aDd we
discover nothing that should operalo as a depressing in
fluence save the dead weight which certain parties are
attempting to carry, and the carrying of which only
?snails loss. Suspicion was expressed toward the close
?f the market that trouble might be caused both in
Boston and Montreal by the failure of Shephard, Hall
A Co., lumber merchants. We learn, however, from
the latter ctty that whilo they have a large amount of
paper at discount there in two or three local hanks it is
all well secured, and that no loss to the banks will re
sale Advices from lloston and conference with parties
who are identified with boston interests arc likewise
assuring.
TBS STOCK MARX NT.
The sales to day indicated less than usual activity.
In business Lake Shoro was the leader. Tho opening
price was 54 X and the closing price 53%, with transac
tions meanwhile at 64X- Pacific Mail sold at 37 Vg a
87.M and 36X at the close. Western Union rauged be
tween 76X a "6X s 76X- Hannibal and St. Joseph
ended at 18Missouri Pacific declined from 37 to 35\
and recovered to 301* a 36 X- Union Pacific fell off to
regular and &4\ seller thirty. The last sales regu
lar wore at 6fi?, a ?6\. Northwest declined to 39.X,
St Paul to 34X, Ohios to 17, Erie to 16X, Michigan
Central to 57 X- The prevailing expression at the close
of the day was that the market looked "sick."
TUB BALIS TO-DAT.
The transactions at the block Exchange to-day aggre
gated 104,800 shares, which were divided as follows:?
New York Central and Hudson, 870; Erie, 700; Lake
Shore, 34,000; Northwestern, 7,600; do. preferred, 400;
Bock Island, 600; Pacific Mail, 23,500 ; 8L Paul, 4,900;
do. preferred, 800; Ohios, 400; Western Union, 12,200;
Wabash, 400; Union Pacific, 7,800; Missouri Pacific,
6,450.
ADVANCE A!fD DECLINR
The following are the changes in closing prices since
yesterday:?
Advanck.?Hannibal and St Joseph, X: North
west preferred, X; Panama, 1; Michigan Central, X '?
gold. X. Erie in London, X
Dm link.?Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, k; At
lantic and Pacific preferred, X > New York Central.
X; Delaware and Lackawanna, X; Erie, X: Lake
Shore, XI Northwest common. X i Pacific Mail, X ;
Union Pacific.,X > Western Union, Telegraph, X; Mis
souri Pacific, IX
The stationary stocks w*re C., C. and I. C., Quick
Silver, Rock Island, Wabash and District of Columbia
8-65 bonds
OPRHTVG, HIGHEST AND LOWEST TRjnS.
The following table shows the opening, highest and
lowest prices of the day:?
Opening. Highest Lowest.
New York Central 103X 103 X
Harlem 130 130 X 13"
Erie 17 17 16\'
Lake Shore 64X 54 X fiSX
Wabash 6 6X 6
Northwestern 39X 40 39 X
Northwestern preferred... 54 54 X 54
Bock Island 108 _ 108 X
Pittsburg 90*? 90J? BOX
Jlilwaukoe and Sk Paul... 34* 35 84 X
Mil. and St. Paul prer 63X &X G3*
Ohio and Mississippi 17x 1^4 I7
New Jersey Central 107 107 107
DeL, Lack, and Western.. 120 * 120 119X
Union Pacific 66X C8 65 X
"C. t and L C 3* 3X
Western Union 76X "OX 76X
Atlantic; aiij Pacific Tel...- 18 . 10X 18
Pacific Mail.r.TT'tcr-Vftr: sr^ .*7^4 asx
Panama.,, 134 134 134
> closibg raicmt? 3 r. x,
Pacific Mall... ?6X a F6X Mi! A ?t P of... 62% a 63X
VI eitl n Tel. 76 a 7?X C.C.C1L... to', a 51
AH S f ae Tel. 1?X * 2o C. C A I C. ... 3?, a 4
Oulakailvar.. 15 a 16 lial.L 6 W _119'. a lli'X
Quicksilver pf.. 20X a 22 trie 16V a 10 v
iiau.1 Ki 101 a 101 X Han A St Jo... IM4 a luv
Americas Ex.. 58 a "8-a Lake lib ore ... t'3\ a an'7,
I 8 R.prera 43 a 43V Michigan Can.. 57 a 5"X
Wella-FanroEx 78 a 79 Ml Uar....l30X a 132
CbicSAllun.. 97X a 9*X N V 11 11 K..1U2X a 102X
ItilT s Puts SOX a HI Ohio A Mia. .. ltiV * >7
Uitl> a 39X Panama 134 a 137
(lira KWol. .'4 a 54V T0lAW.1t. ... 6 a 6V
CI caKI .1C7X a 1"HX UnPacific 65X a 65,\
Mil AStPsuL. 34X a 84X
TUX MOIIST MARKET.
Money ended on abundant offering of capital at 1X a
S per cent Primo commercial paper rates at 5X a 7
per cent. Foreign exchango was doll and steady.
Prime sterling, A00 a A84; selling rates, A 79 a 4.80
and 4.83 a 4 84.
Beichmarka, 93X *94 a 95X; cables, 95V
Prime Paris, &.22X * 5.19,X.
TBI GOLD MARKET.
Gold opened at llfiX, f*H to 116X and advanced to
117X? *t which tho market closed. Tho rates paid for
borrowing were 3-32, fi-64, 1-64, X. 1 32 and 3-64 per
cent., and finally flat There was much discussion In
the room as to the October sales of gold by the Trras
?ry, but the impression was that tho amount would not
vary much from tne September sales.
The imports of specie for the week were $551,764, of
which $527,000 were gold coin.
OPBRATIONS OS THE GOLD XXCHANGB BANK.
Gold balances $1 602,847
Currency balances 2,197.791
Gross clearances ..37,248,000
clearing house si ate went.
Currency exchanges. $72,000,102
Currency balances 4.404,343
Gold exchanges 3,023,400
Gold balances 688,536
WEBKLT CLEARING BOCSK STATEMENT.
Currency exchanges $385,154,909
Currency balance* 20.98fl.uol
Gold exchanges 23,491,886
Gold balances 4,003,640
THE BANK STATEMENT.
The bank statement shows a loss in total reserve of
$1 ,651,600, and in surplus regervc of only $392,650. Tho
following is a comparison of the averages of the past
two weeks:?
Sept. 25 Oct 2. THfferrneet.
Loans $281,616,200 $278.641.300 Dec.$2,774,000
(specie 7,269.200 6.44>\9<iO Dec. 820,500
Legal tenders. 67.321.900 06,490.000 Dec. 831,300
Deposits 239.439.400 234,403 600 Dec. 5,035.mm
Circulation... 17,934,300 17,925.800 Inc. 8,500
The following shows the relations between the total
reserve and the total liabilities:?
Sept 25. Oct. Z Dijertneet.
Specie $7,269,200 $?,448.900 Dec. $820,300
Legal tenders.. 67,321,900 66,490,600 Dec. 831.500
Total reserve.. $74,591,100 $72,939,500 Dec. $1,651,600
Beserve re
quired ag'nst
deposits .... 59,859,850 58,600.900
Excess of re
serve almve
legal require
menu $14,731,250 $14,338,600 Dec. $392,650
THR FOREIGN MARKET.
At the opening of business this morning consols were
qmet and steady, tho news of the Chinese ultlmitum
having been already discounted. The market for
American securities is quiet, although, as will be seen,
there has been a slight yielding in prices In some in
stances. In United States government bonds five
twenties of 1867 have declined X> as have also the new
fives, they being quoted respectively at 107X ?U<1
104X- The shares of the Illinois Central Railroad have
advanced X P?r 0*Bt, and are quoted now at 86X- The
Bban-s of the Pennsylvania Railroad have advanced X
per cent, the price for thenMiow be,ng 45 The shares
of the Reading Railroad have declined x and are quoted
now at &0,X- ?140,000 were withdrawn from the basic
of England to-dar. Rentes in Paris, 05f. 52},c, hew
fives are quoted in Frankfort si 90.X.
THE LATEST qUOTATIOXA
Friday Saturday
Consols 83 X 9?x
U. 8. sixes of 1881 110 110
L\ o. 6-20's of 1866 106 X lo6?
U. H 6-20's of 1867 107X 107 X
U. H. 10 40's 104X 104X
C 8. fives (new) 104* 104}$
New York Central 91 91
Illinois Central 86 86 X
Central Pacific sixes 96 X 96X
Pennsylvania Railroad 44X
Reading Railroad.. 80X Mix
New York city sixes 106 106
Erie Railway 16 16
Virginia Slate bonds (con. debt) 56X 66 X
THR UNITED STATES TREASURY.
The Tressury operations for tho week Included the
fllsburiAAwuat Hi ti "V" 'Of )UUsufX my QyiAue^
m re4iemp?ion or five-twenty bond* and the receipt of
$1,986,463 for customs. ThoTreamiry holds $371,500,000
bonds to secure the national bank circulation and
$18,780,000 to secure public deposits. The national
bank circulation outstanding is $087,000,000, of which
$2,040,000 are gold notes. Customs receipts to-day,
$0M),U00; total for fiscal year to date, $44,600,000.
Revenue receipts to-day, $400,000. The Assistant
Treasurer paid out to-day $6,000 on account of interest
and $31,000 in redemption of five-twenty bonds A
telegram to the director of the mint from San Fran
cisco says that during the month of September there
was coined at the mint there the sum of $2,640,0U0i
4JOVKKNMXNT BONDS.
Government bonds closed strong and in demand at the
following quotations;?Cm ted States currency sixes,
124 % s 12414i do- da, 1881, registered, 121 *4 a 121c,;
do. da, do., coupon, 12314 a 123'4; do. five-twenties,
1862, registered, ex Interest, 115; da do., do., coupou,
11814; da do., 1*64, registered, ex interest, 11414; da
do., do., coupon, 119% a 11014 1 do. do., 1865, registered,
116 a 11614; do. do., do , coupon, 119% a 11014; da do.,
do., new, registered, 110)4 * HO**; do., do., do., do.,
coupon, 110 a 110)4; do. do., 1867, registered, 120% a
121; do. do., do., coupon, 12014 a 121; do. do., 1868,
registered, 12114 ? 12114 ; do. do., oa, coupon, 121% a
121.S; do. ten-forties, registered. 116)4 * 116%; do. da,
coupon, 117)4 A 118; da fives, 1881, registered, 118 a
118)4
railroad BONDS.
Railroad bonds were firm and prices well sustained.
Chicago and Northwestern consolidated coupon gold
bonds sold at 87)4 against 87 at the close yesterday, and
were afterward in demand at 87)4 a 87)4- Union l'acific
firsts sold at lt)4)4, sinking funds at 91)4 alld Centrals
at 107)4- Lake Shore consolidated registered firsts
brought 100, Rome, Watertown and Ogdensburg con
solidated firsts 90, and Ohio and Mississippi seconds 67,
ex-interest. Harlem coupon firsts sold at 114, Fort
Wayne firsts si 113)4, Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern second at 111 and llorris and Essex consolidated
firsts at 105. Tho latest bids arc;?
Albany and Snsq 1st.... 111)4 Buffalo A State line T*. 101
Albany and Su?i 21L....K>4 Kalamazoo A Whl 1' 1st. HO
Albany and Su.hu 3d 1' Lake Shore dividend.... 99
Boston, Hart A Erie 1st. 21 Lake Shore con cp 1st ..101
Che. A Ohio 6% 1st 26 l.ake Shore con ri< 1st... *
Clies A Ohio S's, ex cp.. 23 Marietta A Cincin 1st.. .104
Chicago A Alton 1st....110)4 Mich Gent con 7's, 194.12.104)4
Chicago A Aitun inc....1415 Mich C 1st, S's, 'H2 s 1..112
St L. Jack A Chic 1st... 99% N Y Central 6's, 1883... 103
t'hl, Bur A OS p c, 1st. .113 N V Gen 6's, real estate. 101
Chic, K I AH 1st, 7's. .109 N V fen 6's, sub 101
C, It 1 A H s f In S's, '95. 99 N Y fen 7's, '76 IOI
Ccntralof N J 1st new 111)4 N Y t'eo 1st m, c 116
Central of N J 1st con. .107 N Y fen 1st in, r 116
N J Cen con 110 llud It 7's, 2d m, s f, '85.110
Lehigh A W B con gold. 96)4 Harloin 1st, 7's, coup... 113V
Mil A St H 1st, 8%, F 11.100 North Moist 90',
Mil A S 1' 2d, 7 3-10, Hit 91)4 Ohio A Miss con, if 80),
Mil ASH 7's, gold. It 1). SS Ohio A Miss con 88
Mil ASH 1st, LaC dlv.. 04 Ohio A Miss 2d. con 67
Mil ASH 1st, CAkl.... H4 Cen Pacific gold bonds..107)4
Mil A S H 1st con s f.... 77)4 Cen Pacific, SanJ br 90
Mil A St H 2d, C A M ... 90 Cen Pacific, Cal A O.Ist 01)4
Chi A N W sink fund....108 Cen Pacific, land grant.. 93
Chi A N W coubds. 97)4 Western Pacific bonds.. 03
Chi A N W ex bonds.... 90 Union Pacific 1st 104)4
Chi A N W cp gold bds.. 87)4 Union Pacific I g, 7's.... 99??
Iowa Midland 1st. 8's.... 81 Union Pacific sink fund. 01',
Pemu.ula 1st, con 95V Pacific UK of Mo 2d.... 75
CJiicago and Mil 1st 97% Hoc Kit 7's, gtd by Mo.. 101V
Winona A St Peters 1st. 75 l'itts. Ft W x Chi 1st. ..11314
Winona A St Peters 2d.. 55 Pitts, Ft W A Chi 2d.. .107%
C, C, C A 1 1st, 7'i, s f.. 108% Pitts, Ft W A Chi 3d.... 99
C, C, C A 1 con 07)4 Cleve A Pitts 4th lol V
Del, Lack A W est 2d....Ill C, C A I 1st 41),
Morris A Essex 2d 107% C, C A I 2d 15
Mor A Ess 1st con.g'd.. H>4% Koine, W A Og, con, 1st 89
Erie 1st ui, ex 1444% St Louis A 1 M 1st '-*)%
Erio 2d, 7's, 1879 90V St Louis AIM 2a 54',
Ens 3d, 7's, 1683 96 Alton A T H 2d, income 73
Erie 5th, 7's, 1888 90 Boil A So 111 1st, 8's ... 95
Long Hock bonds 104 Tol, i'eo A Warsaw 2d... 20
Buff; N Y A Erie 1st, '77 80 Tol A Wab 1st, ext 81
Buff, N Y A E large D... 80 Tol A Wab 1st, St L div. 58
lnd, Blootu'n A W 1st... 26 Tol A Wab2tl 51
lud, Blooin'n A W 2d.... 6 Tol A Wab, cons, couv.. 25
Mich South 7 p c, 2d 102% Great West 1st. 1888... 7014
Mich bo A N I, s I, 7 p c.l"8 Great West 2d, 1803 51V
Cleve A Tolsf 100)4 tpiinoy A Tol 1st, 18UO.. 51
Cleve A Tol new bds . ..103 111 A Sou Iowa 1st 40
Cleva, P'ville A A, old . 102 Lai, Hl'n A Miss 1st 62
Cleve, P'ville A A, new.lOn Pektn, Line A Dec r 1st OO
Jletroit, Monroe A Tol.. loO)4 ??
Bail A Erie new 10J *E.\ dividend.
BANK SHARKS.
Bank shares sold at 122 lor Commerce. The latest
bids are:?America, 150)4; Chatham, 135; Chemical,
1,600; City, 300; Continental, 91; Corn Exchange, 130;
First National, 200; Fourth National, 95)4; Fulton,
156; Gallatin National, 125; German-American, 82;
Grocers', 100; Importers and Traders', 200; Irving, 132;
Mercantile, 109; Merchants', 122; ifctropolilan, 130;
Nassau, 100; New York, 131; Now York National Ex
change, 102; North America, 100; St. Nicholas, 105^'
Union, 141. "C
"" PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
The following are the Philadelphia stock quotations
at three o'clock this day:?
Bid. A "Iced.
City sixes, old ? I07
City sixes, new 108 108)4
Camden and Amboy It. K 130% ?
Pennsylvania 60), 50%
Philadelphia and Reading 57 57)4
Legigh Valley 61% 61%
Catawissa R. R. pret 45 45%'
PhiL and Erie R. R 20)4 20%
Lebigh Navigation 60% 50%
Lehigh Navigation gold loan 104 104%
? BAN FRANCISCO AFFAIRS.
The Bank of California reopened at ton o'clock this
morning for regular business, with an amount of coin
on handsuilicient, it 1b believed, for ail emergencies, and
with a guarantee fund ol over (7,000,000. The bank
closed, in consequence of a heavy run, on August 26, and
this was followed by the suspension of the National Gold
Bank, the Merchants' Dank and other San Francisco
moneyed institutions and all tho stock exchanges.
During the post month all tho hanks and one stock
board have resumed business. No important failures
have occurred in California as a result of tho panic.
The two stock boards now closed have given notice
that they will reopen on Tuesday of next week. Tho
new Bank of Nevada will open on Monday. The fol
lowing aro mining stock quotations:?Gould Si Curry,
18; Savage, 82; Opbir, 56; Hale A Norcross, 41; Yellow
Jacket, 60; Belcher, 19; Imperial, 10; California, 69;
Best k Belcher, 42; Kenluck, 13; Union Consolidated,
9; Alpha, 13; Sierra Nevada, 14; Mexican, 20; Caledonia,
14. These quotations are from the Little Board. Tho
regular Board will open on Tuesday next.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES
Saturday, Oct. 2, 1875,
BEFORE CALL?10 A. M.
00O,h? WettCnTel.... 76% IfX) shi Un Pac KR 07V
23UO do 76% 100 do U7<1
24444 do *3 70% 10I1 do 67"
2(4(4 Cbl AN WKKpf . 54 300 do 68
IOO do ?3 54 % 200 do 67%
l'AI do 54)4 10) do ... *3 07
70O Erie KK 17 200 Mil A St P RR Pr? 63%
2200 Pac Mall 88 37% 200 do ,s30 63V
1'" do c 37% 100 Chi A N W HP..... 39%
5oO do b3 37% 30O do 3?C
I20O do.. 37% 5(X4 do 30%
500 do 37), 5o<j do 30%
?-WO do *3 37% 500 Mil A 8t P RR.... 84%
2?iO do c 37), 300 do b3 35
44X1 Chle A K I KR.... 108 100 do 35
loo L 8 A M 8 RR 54% 100 do'. 34%
J7oO do 54% 200 Pac RR of Mo.*.'.. 38
800 do..., G 54%' 100 do..,., 0 38
5"0 do 54% 100 do 37%
13O0 do 54)4 191 do.... 37^
500 do 54% 100 do " 374
800 do >3 54)4 50 do 38
l'XJ Atl A I'ac pf ....*3 0 100 do... . 37V
3<JO Uuioii Pac RR.... 66% 100 do ?3 371
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10:15 AND 11:80 A. M.
$1(00 U S 6'*, r, '81.... 121)4 $10000 U 8 10-40. r 116V
1000 U 6 3-244, c,'65 .. 110% 3000 L 8 4i . '81 r . 118'
5OU0 U 8 5-20, C, '07.. 120% ' '?
F1B8I BOARD?10:30 A. M.
1 $5060 Gar J. new, end. 99% 120 *b* Mich Cen Rlt 57%
I 5000 Va6%, c in, 2d 1. 50 v.
3k*jMoO'i,'7?i .bo 101%
M??4 Lehigh A W He. 97
KXlOMAhtP lrt.I.aCd 94%
|I**JM A 8t P.I AMd 82
10UU Cbl A N W con.. 98
22 ? 4) f A N W r r g b. 87%
301*1 Mor A Pi con ... 105
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li*?l Ohio A M 1 on ? f. 89% Mil
l10y114hH.4M-1l.xi 67
30t>? North Mo 1st.... 90%
14t**J I a Pac KK 1st . lot 4
14<i0o I 11 P?c*ink f.... 91),
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54**4 Pac or Mo 1*4 ... 89
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l-'in do 70', II "I do 1)3 53%
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loo do (4 710, lOOMllAStl' Kit.... 34%
1300 do 70$00 Uhio A If KR 16%
200 do 1.3 710
4'?i Pac Mall S3 36%
do .10 30', lui do 00',
500 do
100 do 03 8..*, 200 do Oil
OKI do .3 36V, 5 "I do (30 65
lllO do (10 30 Vi 500 Ilo s3 65V
400 do.
ll?> do (4 3o", 100 do ?30 04'
.'?") do (3 301, i ?i do (3 0 %
do 301, 100 do , 654
ftoo do 36', 11Ml do '. 654,
100 Erie KB 10*2 2 ?. Han * St Jo RR 18
loo Mich Cen KK....?$ 58% 100 do. 18%
H?> do 58 1110 do 18
200 do 57% Urn dr. 1.3 18
40KCMA N W RR.... 30'8 300 do 16
21/0 do . ..(3 36!; 1I?>C. CAICRR 3V
IK'C.C.0 A XBR.... 60%
50 do 50 21K> i'ac KR of Mo 37'
600L8AMSKK 54", 200 do 86%
10O do b3 54!, 300 do 37
1500 do 7.4!, lOi* do 36%
800 do 34% 100 do 36'
1700 do ?3 54 200 do 36
5UU do 54(4 200 do 36
100 do 63 54% ?
15o0 do.
100 do.
100
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do.
500
do
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200 i'H
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200
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200
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200
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200
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100
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300
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65$
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COMMERCIAL REPORT.
COTTON ON THL SPOT EASY?FUTURES QUIET AND
STEADY?FLOCK LESS ACTIYL WHEAT DULL
AND LOWER?CORN DULL?OATS DULL?RYE
DULL?BARLEY FIRM?BARLEY MALT NOM
INAL?PORK STRONO?LARD FIRM?PETRO
LEUM STEADY?NAVAL STOKES QUIET AND
STEADY?GROCERIES QUIET?HIDES QUIET AND
STEADY?OILS QUIET AND FIRM?WHISKEY
STEADY?FREIGHTS FIRM AND ACTIVE?HEMP
AND JUTE QUIET?GUNNIES QUIET AND UN
CHANGED.
Saturday, Oct. 2?6 P. M,
COPFE*.?The market for Brazils was vorystroug, and
quotations wore advanced %<:. per lb. We note rales
of 4,186 bags Kio, ex Atlantic, and a resale of '2,700 do.
do., ex Imogine, on private terms, and at Baltimore 200
bags Rio, ex Cricket; 2,500 do. do. ex Mamt.su; about
3,900 do. do., ex King Richard (both resales), and 200
do. do. (to arrive), by the Adelaide, and 1,ISO do. do.,
by the Gamaluo (also to arrive), all sold on terms not
made public. We quoto:?Ordinary cargoes, 19c a
19'-2c.; fair do., 20%a a 20%.; good do., 20 %c. a 21c.;
primo do., 21%a a 21%c.; extreme range for lots, 19c.
a 22%c.; Santos, lair to good, 20%a a 21,%a, gold,
ninety days; Java, government bags, 26c. a 27c.; da,
grass mats, 27a a 29a; Singapore, do., 22c. a 24a;
Ceylon, 21a a 22a ; Maracaibo, 20'ja a 23c.; LAgnayra,
20%'a a21%a; Jamaica, 18 '.c. a 20a; St. Domingo,
lfic. a 18%c.; Porto Rico. 18%c. a 21c.; Costa Rica, 18c. a
22c.; Mexican, 20%c. a 21%c.; Manila, 21c. a 22c.; Angos
tura, 10c. a21%c.; Savauilla, 20c. ft 22c,; Curacoa, 19c. a
20%c. ?"?*
Oottok.?For spot cotton the in ark it was easier in tone;
bnt prices were without quotable change. Spinners limited
.1 - tw 8* +?? _
purchasers lo. BiatTi 'otic Tho Uoinand from exporters was
not general. Tho purchases below reported for export were
mostly made on continental order. Groek exporters were
not In the market as buyers. Included in the sales for ex
port was a line of about 5440 bales fully middling compressed
from store, at 13%c. Middling, to arrive and betaken from
dock, was offered at 12%c. For future deliveries the
market ot>ened quiet at about yesterday's prices; im
proved l-32c. a 1-H3c.? the extreme improvement confined
to October?continued steady until near the close,
when, in consequence of larger offerings and
some show of weakness in the snot market,
the improvement was lost, the market closing quiet and
steady at the appended quotations. Late private despatches
from Liverpool note a dull and easier market, with tree sell
ers for the fall months at 6%d. We quoteOctober, 12 2!>-32c
a 12%c.; November, 12 21 -32c.; December, 12 21-32c.; Janu
ary, 12 2532s. a 12 13-ltlc.; February , 13c. a 13 l-32c.;
March, 13 3-16c. a 13 7-32c.; April, 13 I3-32C. a 13 716c.;
* ). 1327-!" * '
May, 13%c. a 13 21-32c.: June. 19 27 32c.: July, 13 31 32c.
a 14c,; August, 14),c. a 14 5-32c. Qubtatlous are based on
American standard of classification and on cotton In store
running in quality not more than half a grade above or below
tbc grade quoted:?
Uplnml*. AlulAmn. A'ac Orleans. Jan*.
K>% iot: in":
Ordinary 10%
Strict ordinary 11%
Good ordinary 117,
S hi?
11!. 11'
1155
Strict good ordinary. 12% 17 ? 12% It
Low luiddling 12% 12% 13',
13
strict low middling. 13 13% 13", 13%
Middling 13% 13% 13": ly%
Good middling 13% 13% 13* 13*.
... a a
Strict pood middling 13? 13!? 141- 14
Middling fair 14>J 1414^ 14k
Fair 15% 15% 15% 15%
?Stained?Good ordinary, 10%c ? strict good ordinary,
ll%c.; low middling, 12c.; luiddling, 12>,c. The sales
were
To-iltiy. Last Evening. Tola!.
Export 504 410 614
Consumption 362 274 656
Total 880 644 1,670
Included in the above are 3ftO bales to arrive.
?For future delivery the sales were at followsYesterday
after 2 P. M ?October, 100 at 12 27-32c., Silo at 12 13-16c.;
November, loo at 12 21-32c., 1 800 at 12%c.; December,
If*) at 12 21-32c., 600 at 12%c,; January, 3UO at 12 25-320.,
2i * i at 12%c.; February, 2'?) at 12 31-32c., 400 at 12 15 16c.;
Marcb, 200 at 13 3- 16c.. 200 at 13 5-32c.; April, 2i4D at 13',,e ;
May, 21 *4 at 13 18-32c.; June.3140 at 13 13-16c. Total, 0,i*s4
bales. To-day up to 1 P.M.?October, 000 at 12 27 32c..
1,600 at 127,c.; November, 200 at 12 21-32c.;
December. 1U4 at 12 ll-16a; January, 800 at
25412c., 000 at 12%c., 1,300 at 12 25 S2e ,
i f?V 1 ill. Ia?
4'40 at Ik 13-16; February, DW 12 3132, 6O0 13; March,
10013 3-16.1.20013 7 32 ; April, 1014 18 13-32; June, Km 13
27-32. 100 13%. Total. 8,300 bales. Grand total, 15,500 bale*
Tiie receipts at the ports were as followsGalveston, 2');
New Orleans, 2,0611 Mobile, 1,745; Savannah, 2248;
Charleston. 2.156; Wilmington. 644; Norfolk, 2,656; New
York. 122; Boston, 34; Philadelphia, 45. Total, 12,052.
Tbi* day last week , 1,'*>3. This day lust year, 12,227. Cotton
freights were as follows;?To Havre, by steam, %c. a %c. To
Hamburg, by steam, %c., compressed. To Bremen, by steam,
]c. compressed. To Liverpool, by steam, 5-16d. a !,d.; by
sail 5-160.
Flour AND Oraix.?Uereipts?Flour, 11,631 bbls.; wheat,
52,220 bushels; corn, 185,G*I do.; oats. 47,707 rlo barley
malt; 13,868 do.; barley, 1,365 do. The IIour market ruled
quiet, but prices were without quotable change. The sales,
including State, Western and .Southern, foot up 16,000bbls.
at the quotations annexed. Rye Hour was in light request
at about yesterday's prices, with further sales of 250 bbls.
Coruiiieal was quiet. Sales. 350 bbls. including Hraudywine
at $4 15, and Western at $3 50 a $4- We quote:?
No. 2 State $4 50 a $5 00
.Superfine State 5 (40 a 5 50
Extra State 5 65 a 0 25
Choice State 6 25 a 6 75
Superfine Western 5 on a 5 50
Extra Western 5 60 a 6 (m
Minnesota 6 25 a 7 5n
Hound hoop Ohio, shipping brands 5 75 a 0 50
Round hoop Ohio, trade brands 6 SO a 7 00 I
Family 7 50 a 8 (si
St. Louis, low extra 6(xi a 7 no
Kt. Louis, straight extra 7 im a 7 50 '
St. Louis, choice double extra 8 in a H 50 '
St. Loots, choice family 8 50 a 8 50 I
Rye ilonr, fine to superfine 4 70 a 6 on '
Southern. No. 2 4 .'si a 5 no
Southern, superfine 4*u 5 25 i
Southern, extra 5 75 a 7 on
Southern, family 7 2 > a 8 im
Corn meal. Western 3 on a 4 bi
Corn meal, Jersey 3 65 a 4 00 I
Corn menl. Hrauilywlne 4 15 a I 20
Corn meal, puncheons 20 no s 20 .V)
?The wheat market ruled dull and heavy, and i bued Ic. a
2e. per bushel lower, with the last sales of No 2 Chicago
spring it Irom SI 23 a .$1 26, and of No. 2 Milwaukee do. at
fromel 27a$l 314. The tales comprised Uo.KJO bushels for
prompt delivery at $1 23 a $1 26 for No. 2 Chicago spring,
andxtCl 27 a $1 30 for No. 2 Milwaukee do, ; No I spring,
fl 37 a $1 41. Also Oast evening, for October delivery,
8,000 hnstNRs No I Minnesota at fl 41,.tndupt L-th Octo
ber I'i.nou bo-belt No. 1 wii.te Toledo at .fl 40; 50,(J00
bushels No 2 Milw aukee at $1 28 for November Com was
a shade easier, with the range at tho close ln< lading steamer
and sail, 67c. a68c. for Western mixed. The gales comprised
135,000 bushels, at 07o. a UH%c. for steamer Western mixe
d 6
7i4e. for sail do., MM 07c a 71c. for whit. Western.
Oats were quiet, at iboM yesterday's prices; sales
bushels, at 34c. a 55c. for new mixed and w hite Western
and Mate. Rye waa neglected and nominally unchanged.
Barley was unlet; sales 3,kg bushels stained six-ruwed
Slat// at fl 10. Malt s*. witiwsl Gaugm-lions Beans an/1
peas?Mediums were qniet and wrrnout further change;
in arrows were in lair demand and stead} . active descrip
tions were dull anil nominally unchanged. We quote:?
V/uliiins pIwi'i'A XI M.% n ' 4.' t ? fin (tsir 1st -A: I 1(1
Medium, choice, $1 h:> a fl 85; do., lair to g/ioii, fl 70
! a fl mii; marrows, choice.$2 20 a $2 .'Hi do., fair to good,
| fl :*)af2; pea, $2 It $2 05; red kidney, prime. $z 15 a $2 25;
, white kidney, choice, $2 a $2 10; do. do., lair to gotal,
$1 TOafl "*4;groen peas.fi 64 a$1 70; Souiln.ni black eye
peas oer two bushel hag. #3.
1 (JCKMts. -The market was quiet arid without further
change. We quote:?Domestic cloth. 13%e. a 13,%c.;
Home.i and Gouripoio lie.: Calcutta. ln*4c.. bags. 13%c.
bags. 13%c.
IIkuf ami Jut*.?The market was Inactive and i.oinl
nally unclianged Jute butts were In moderate demand at
about I ,rmcr prices. We quoto:?American, dressed, per
ton, $270 a $28" for double, and $235 a$240 tor single; Ma
nila hemp, 7r. is 7%c , gold, per in . the I uter for fine; Rus
sia, clean, f2 2f!af2 25. gohl; Italian, f'2 60 a $2 75, gold;
jut a, 3% a 5c., geld .lute butts quoted at 2%c. a 8c., cur
rency si-al hemp, 5c , gold.
Hunts -The market for prime grades was quiet and with
out decided change, and common grades were Iu mod
erate demand at about former prices. The sales were 5<J0
Oaxacas .525 Texas kip, 225 Central American, l.issnlry
Tex/Ton terms not made public. Keeelpts of hides for the
past weok were ai full as 15,524 from Montevideo, per
Adeline Klwood; 3,4513 from Asplnwall, per Acapulro; 2 "47
from I rnxillo, p/ r Alice 184 Irom St. ilomingo, per 8. A
I'/iine , 7,262 Iroin Nan Francisco, per Acapnlco; 8,8614 from
do.perl irrief Dove; 3,IMS from Galveston, per George W.
Clyde ; 6,728 from lira-hear City, per Hutchinson ; 7144 fmin
New Orleans, per Hull-oil; hi) in/in Charleston, per Chain
mwUj JOG I*MM bavaouau. nut Gitunuli.i. 56 li..iu do., per
Kan Salvador. SUM coastwise, Total, 50,1125 hide" anu
31 bale. Calcutta butfubi per Tautallon Castle.
Stock on baud.?41.5U?dr> liuenos Ayres, Kutre Kloa, 4c.;
04,500 do. Montevideo, 4".2isi do. Hio Grande, 6,2<*> do. Ori
noco, 1 ,'><*? California. I:!,.**) do Ceutral American, 3.500
do. Bogota and Savauilla, l.H'Jli do. Puerto t'abcllo. 2,2(?)
do! Afrieuu. 7<m do. Writ Inuia, It.OOO do. Tauipico, 2,100 do.
Truxillo, 11,500 do. Mvalran, 14,2UOdo. Texas, Wcalrru and
Southern; 3.6(JU wet salted do., do. do. Total, 215,000
hides and -44H) bales Calcutta cow, 1.H72 do, do. buffalo.
Same' lliui laat year. 256.."aw hide, and 1,523 bale.
Calcutta cow and buffalo. We quoteBurton Ayre.,
25 to 28 lb. , 22 (,c. a 24 fie." do., 20 to 26 lb?., 21e. a 23c.;
Montevideo, 20!? to 21 Si lba,22>?c.; Corriuutes, 21 to 22 ibi.,
?'in o a21 lie. klo tiraude. 20 to 22 lba., 21c.; Orinoco, 21
lo ?l lbs" 21 Vic. a 22c ; California, 22 to 25 lba., 21c. a
? ; Central American. IS to 21 lba, 20c., Mataiuoro.^12
to Alii 11'*" a 2tSc" Vera Crua 16 to 10 lba. lit a IMe.:
Bogota l'? to 2" lba, 20c! a 2Ii,c . Texas and Soutbern, 24
t SllbV. 13c. a 15c., Bold, selected; city ,iU.i,gliter,o.X, ?0
to MO lbs., UV. ?!,,ac i du' cow- 4o to SO lba. Sc. a 8,4u,
UU&'i? w^l and unchanged. We quoted?Cuba
centrifugal and mixed, 25c. a HOC., do clayed, J2c. a J4c.; do..
muKcotitdii, refining, 33c. a 35c.; do. do K'ocenr, 3oo a
4tk\ ; Porto Rico, 37c a 50c.; English l.lauda, 35c. a 5UC-,
N \rAVt!eSToK^-VbcLioarkct for soirtts turoeutlue was
dull aud without further change. Ko.in?Strained wa. dull,
but without decided change in the Ijetter
111 , kki. No. j hi $1 MO, and 100 bblK Mo. 1 Hi $3 a
$.{ |'ar was in fair demand and ateady. Pitch wa. dull and
nominal. Wo quoteSpirits turpentine. 33c. aSS^c.,
rosin strained $1 75 a $1 ?*?; Wilmington tar, *. 30;
^.a^Un^e'dtabbing demand and steady.
Lard was iu mode rule demand at about former P?C?J* Got
U'l. seed wa. in fair demand and steady. Olive wa..dull and
without especial change. Menhaden was dull and more or
less nominal Crude whale and sperm were in moderate de
maudiUU "changed prices. W e duo^i-Cottonseed, crude
44c. a 4he. , do. summer yellow, .'Mi. a , do., 11
ter y ellow. 6Mc. a 70c.; linseed, casks and bids., 5?c. ? ?"c.,
lurd, present makes. 95c. a Si; do. winter, ?IUk s ?l o ,
menhaden, Sound, 31c. ? 33c-1 Maine 33c. a 35c. sperm,
crude, #1 50; do., bleached winter, *1 Mo; do., natural do..
If 1 kJ; wliale. Northern, OMc.; do., Mouthern, boc.; do.,
bleached winter, 75c a MOc.; do., natural do 72c. a 73c.,
olive i .i^t. SI 15 a #1 IS: do., cases.*4 25 a *4 .>o.
Phtbolkum.?The market for refined was steady, with
a fair demand for export. Crude in bulk was quiet and
easier. Crude Iu bulk was quoted at g'4c. for pruruptaiid
??tc. for month; do., in bbls.. al H'Cc. lor prompt aud lo??c.
for month. Itotiued, standard white, 13J,e. lor prompt and
14c. lor month: cargo lots, at 13v,c. a 14c. Nsphtlia, lie.
tor prompt and month; cases quoted at 17 4c. a toe.
Philadelphia was quoted at 13,!,c. lor prompt and month,
cargo lots, 13J,e. Haltimure was quoted at 13,'4c. lor
prompt aud lor mouth; carjro lota, lo^uC.
Provisions.?Receipts?1'ork, 43 packages; beer, 0 do..
cut meats, 163 do.; lard 1,U1S do. T he pork market ruled
Strong, with jobbing lots for prompt delivery at $22 20 w
$22 4U. Octouer wu quoted $22 15 a $22 2o. bales oi 4<H
bbls. new men# at $22 25; 5tW bbls., buyer October, and
3,000 bbls., seller October, at $22 10, and bOO
tierces
O.IKI'I UU19., VtlWlil, ??* ?f?- ? .
sellers1 year. Beef and beef hams were quiet and
unchanged. Dressed hog# closed at 10*tc. a 11.4c.
Bacon was strong. Sales were 100 bbls. city long clear
nUCOU WHS Strong. 0??a nt;?v ?w . j ,.7F I
at 13c. ; and 25 boxes at 13 V- Lard wa* firm. Ihe sales
were l,5UO tierces October, at 14c.; 700 tierces at 18 lo-loc.,
were l.ouu tierces uciuuur, ui , .w. --- -- - ?j
250 tierces, buyer October, at 14 1-ltic.; 2MO tlerccs, February
at 13 13- 10c. ; and 200 tierces, seller year, at 12 V- Cut
meats were quiet, with sales of 2,500 hncHt hams at
13U,c. a 14'.,c.; 300 tlerees lluost bellies at 14c.
Butter?The market was tlrm with a lair demaud,
at about former prices. AVo quotebtule, good
to choice, 29c. a 31c.; do., common to good, 20c.
a 28c.; Western creamery, fair to choice, 27c. a 32c.; West
ern tubs, lair to choice, ldc. a 2<ic.; Western Reserve and
Michigan, lair to choice. 17c. a 20c. Cheese?
The deu#iud was good and the market was
tirui at lull prices. We quote:?State tactory, coai
mou to fancy, 4c. a 1 Lfjc.; do., part skim, 4c. a 7c. ;
dairies fancy, lull cream, 9c. a 1 lc.: do., lair to good, part
skim, 2c. a Gc. ; Bkiuts. 2c. a 4c.; Ohio factory, common to
Kick was steady with sales of 20 casks Carolina at He. a
Shr. ? 150 hhls. Ronisittiia at 7.74c. a M',c. and luO hags Ran
goon at C .c. a ?>2c. Wo quote :-Caroliun, fair to prune.
limn, a M.'uC,; Louisiana, OLc. a 8>^c.; lair to prime aud
common qualities down to 5jjc.; Rangoon, '' . clur"
reucy; 1'atua, 7c. a 7>,a, currency; Rangoon, in bond, 2j4c.
per lb., gold, cash. , ^
SDGXR.?The raw market was steady, with sale or 4JW
hhils. good refltiing at Mc. Refined was uncliauged. We
quote :?Fair refining, 73ic. a 7L,c.; good do.. Misc.; tuba,
grocery, fair to choice, 84,c. a M)4e.; do., centrifugal, lihds.
and boxes, Nos. 8 to 13, Mt^c. a t'lBc.; do., molasses, Uhds.
ami boxes, U>2e. a 7?qc.; Porto Rico, refining, common to
prime, 7V4c. a Sj^c.; no., grocery, fair to choice, M ,c. a
S'.c. ; standard A, lOj^c. a 105jC.; oil A, 10-?c a ltljfcC.,
crushed, ll'qc.; powdered, 11c.; granulated, 11 Sc.; yodow,
Uc. a 0J4e.; extra C, Wj4c. a 10i4c.; cut loul, 1 l;%c.
Stkxuikk was quiet and unchanged.
Tallow was quiet and easier. The sales wore :?40,000
lbs. at 10V? 45,000 lbs, at ll'V- ? Ul??c. , , ,
W'hiskkv?Receipts, 22" bbls The market ruled easier,
with sales of 250 bbls. at 1^1 10>i, at which price tbero were
sellers at tho close. ?
Fkkiuiits ?The market for berth and charter freights wai
still very firm, with an advancing tendency. The engage
ments were as follows:?To Liverpool, by steam, 24,000
bushels wheat at 8d. The charters wore an Ital
ian bark, hence to Bristol Channel, with 4,100
quarters grain at 6s.; a German bark, from
Savannah to Revel, with 1,800 bales cotton at ll-16d.; a
Norwegian ship, from Savanuah to Havre, with 4,300 bales
cotton at 7-16a!; a Norwegian bark (now at Sandy Hook),
from l'liiladelpbia to Antwerp, with 2.2O0 bbls. naphtha at
6s.; a British bark, hence to Alexandria, with 10,000 cases
do. do. at 31)40.; a British ship (now at Sandy Hook), from
Philadelphia to Bremen, with 7,000 bbls. do. do. at 4s. ttd.,
frco ol consignment, an Italian bark, hence to Mediterranean
direct, with 500 Uhds. tobacco al 4s.
EUROPEAN MARKETS.
Lonpok. Oct. 2?Evening.?Linseed oil, 23s. S)d. a 24s.'
LiVHBrOOL, Oct. 2?liveuihif.? Spirits turpentine, 23s. per
Antwerp, Oct. 2,-Petroleum, 27)?f. for flue pale Amer
ican.
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pei cent. Interest commences the 1st of the month next ioi
lowing Ihe deposit. Bank open daily ; aliib Monday, W edues
day and Saturday even,ngs.oiix ? DEWJTT, President.
II. K. Tiiurber, Vice President. Oxo. C. Wxlpo, Sec.
For sale?a first mortgage <>f $133 for $207,
i n or iperty coat 41,(0.); liite-n minutes from Hunter s
Point; wants money. Address MORTGAGE, Herald Uptown
Branch ollice.
I70R SALE?A SECOND MORTGAGE OF *2,500 ON
1 city property worth $12,500; first mortgage $.>,(XiO held
by savings bank ; will be sold at very liberal discount. Ad
dress WILLIAMS, box 117 Herald office.
7 AH, INSURANCE AND CITY RAILROAD STOCKS
T and Bonds bought and sold; Commercial Paper negoli
u!e<l. 'L A. HOV'f, 33 Wall street.
G
G
v AGE COUNT*, NEBRASKA, 88.
X Saunders county, NebriLiks, Hls.
Lancaster county, Nebraska, 10s.
Cass county, Nebraska, 10*. ?
For sale by MARTIN LEWIS,
No. 43 Pine street, New York.
1 ALWAYS HAVE .MONEY To LOAN ON GOOD NEW
1 York city Mortgages, without bono*. Principal# tleilring
,o BORROW OR INVEST ^ConKST. 145 Broadway.
JOHN 8. PIERCE, NO. 5 PINE STREET, LOANS
money without bonus, on approved real ostate In New
York. Brooklyn and W'astchestcr county; alto purchases
Mortgages at lowest ratas. ___
T OAN8 ON BOND AND MORTGAGE MADF. IN ANY
JJ amount required on short notice without bonus. Bor
rowers snd Investors arc requested tu call on O. G. BEN
NET, 111 Broadway, room H.
Money to loan-on mortgage, on newyork,
Brooklyn. Staten Island and Jersey City Improved
Property. Apply to LEVI COOK, 113 Broadway, room 35,
Money to loan-on first mortgages, with
out bonus; on second and leasehold mortgages at easy
,t. GEO. W. STAKE. 150 Broadway, room 8.
term
KAILROAI) SECURITIES,
State, City, Town und County Bonda|
also
all classes of securities having market value,
bought and sold by
WM, A. GUEST A CO.,
17 Nassau street,
New York.
STOCK PRIVILEGES ARK THE LATF-HT AND MOST
*5 popular metlurfl of opsrRtloR in itoeki, and the micces* j
vhich attended such iiiveutmcntfi at time# h*? , en P?rI t
octlv marveUou* During the present vear $H*i 2.* !
ii them liave realiied a profit of over fl.UW within .10 j
hi# fall, wilh the fiucttiation# usually lo tht Mtuck market,
'ully as lar^e profit# may he expected. Those contemplating j
nuking inveHtmenti in Stocks, Gold or HoikIm, either for i
;,mh .Nlargifi# or in .Stock i'rivileKea, by ?ending their order
lo Me#?r*. HL'CKWALTER A CO.. 10 Wall stmt, will have
i .i. i . wi.va l.i l. I 4. r Ilk IS Nt'llll till*
o 2Q0Mr!i m i,i\bai.ilbb - " - ? ' " if.
hem executed upon the VliT** |
ueitl #*?CUW? HIO ........ II
Raw axnianatpir cutulM, which ;bcy mud tree.
FINANCIAL..
^TEMPORARY LOANS MADE PRIVATELY TO RE
J. spectable persona, in city or rounlry ; state security. En
el??sp MtniDped (?<ldr??n*cMl> tMivelope, or no reply given. Ad
dr?m d. Johnstonk, Hernia oiiic?.
w
[TANTKD?$r>.\OU(> ON KIIiHT MOHTOAOK ROE RIVE
-i ^*r,lr8 on threa fir?t cIamm five *tory brick IfouKes,
worth double the uinuunt. Addre** E. L. J.t box 106 Herald
\V ANTED TO HORROW??5,000 ON FIRST MORT
*' g?ge ?n a $45,OI*i prtipcrty near Fifth Avenue lintel, ut
offic"*1* Addre" N<>A' KESIOEN'r, Herald Uptown Branch
iy"ANTKD_$i!,500 FOB THREE YEARS, ON PROP
h... u nS? L" *eZ Bochelle, worth over $U,OUO. Address Y.,
box 3.286, Poet office, Now York.
"YYTANTKO?$5,5?JO ON FIRST MORTOAOE ON ONE
Bsmii .. loU ne?r c"> line. Brooklyn; property worth
Herald ?mci're,M!Ii' pnC"1- Addre" SECURITY, box 110
$000 TO ?1,000 WANTED-FOR FOUR TO SIX
I... . , months, ou entirely safe security and at good
interest. Apply to SAMUEL KAY, 53 Broadway.
$1 000 T? $3,000 WANTED?SECt'REl) BY GOOD
J\T'ltd"reed notes and chattel mortgage ; will
,?,cr c??t P*r ittouth for uee. and beat reference*.
* rincipuls (>nly address M., box 161 lleruid offie.
$1 /?00 WANTED?ON FIRST BOND AND MORT
I*,, , , k*B?. on four acres of land at Bay Ridge L I
W'llfc Hrookivu cHj line, wortli lour timee the atuouut
Address BAY RIDGE, box 142 Herald office.
49 00n WANTED?BY FIRST MORTGAGE, ON 88
,i..."r?-V V, . '"TV1' fleer Land, at Hempstead, near Gar
i ? i Mi'ii i , Principals only need address MOKTUAGE,
oox isu Herald office.
$5 000 ~AN OPPORTUNITY OFFERED TO A
,?t,.hi , Seutleinau 0f active buaineas capacity to
K Buaineas, either by a six months' loan or
investment; now calling for extension, and which can be ex
hi, extraordinary advantage ; investigation solicited
Gi.'aV ?-?5 EB business. Address LOAN OK INVEST
__ ' Heralu office.
$2 000 WANTED?ON FIRST MORTGAGE ON
"s'vj^ss sa
Fourteenth Htreet.
$10 000 WANTED-IN A LEGITIMATE. OOOD
?ip IVM7UH paying business, which, ir desired, will give
the party an opportunity of spending the winter In the West
Indies None but those with the money In haud and re
Miccttthility, well ludomeil, need unxwer. Write to 1 J M
No. 140 East 114th street. New York. * * '*
$18 000 ?? LUAN 0N BOND AND MORTGAGE.
?f 1U.I/XJ VT in sums to suit, on Brooklyn or New York
Property.
" " VAN WYCK, No. 7 Warren street, room .10.
$7(i (Kill TO LOAN AT SIX PER CENT INTEFL
I I / ? x t \J\J est on llrst class city Property; also $2.5 0U0
to loan on a Westchester Farm.
T. P. IIYATT,^45 Broadway.
$1 ? nnn To loan ?n bond and mokt.
JIl'A'/Vf \J gage on city real relate, in various sunn,
ror a term ofyoars. RICHARD V. HARNETT, ill Broad
way, room F, basement.
$900 000 TO LOAN ON BONI) and mort
wDU.UuU gage, in sums to suit, at seven per cent
'.u,lV.r?.slm"D.jlt,!ictlv "m cl,?ss Property: no bonus. Apply to
f TOWNSHEND, Bennett Building, coruoruf Nassau
and rultou streets, New York.
$'?()(! Hon T? loan flN MORTGAGE ON NEW
WuU.vVU York or Brooklyn property, in sums to
suit: no bonus BROWN 4 GOODWIN, No. 55 Liberty
street, room 8; 1 to 4.
BUSINESS OPPORTC .VITIK S.
"GO WEST."
Ar
,.It~ WANTED in Western Cities?
! . KAMK u"*1 Moulding Factory, long established. with
and extensive stock *50,(XX)
rV, . , Business, 15 per cent guaranteed with security
WOl l"l'A 7iwm^Tbllry' *,r "? f"" '""?tner $25,000
WOOLLLN (JOODb?To form a corporation for manufac
turing; two old eKta. lished and well known firms furnish
ing buildings, machinery and connection a* a nucleus,
WOOLLEN GOODS Manufactory fsio tKKJ
TANNERY in Pennsylvania $6*000
Also a number-of desirable rn to rests in raining l&adi in
IN NEW YORK Cityn_NBVad'' ""d Cuk"?d<'
"THERE'S MILLIONS IN IT." J
ONE OR kOJRE parties to furnish capital to wo^ under a
patent, Irom which large returns have already been real
iseu on amount invested sevnusi
BREWERY?Purchaser wanted for' an old estabiiihod'and
daily hnown Brewery, with a capacity of 22o barrels
1 HIliOSOPHICAL AND MEDICAL Instruments?Role
agency for well known European manufactures; partner
ALL OF THE ABOVE will bear the closest scrutiny, but
we positively refuse particulars to inquirers until they fur
nish us Willi references ana give satisfactory assurance that
they mean (fusinees. We have a large number of other op
portunities .Pf uufiies with moderate means equally worthy
of consideration. BHOVE A IT)..
BUSINESS AffQ.FINANCIAL Agents,
1,2.18 BROADWAY, under Grand Hotel.
A RARE CHANCE.?ANY GENTLEMAN HAVING
JS1.500 cash to invest and wishing to get into a sure
business will got security for his money ana a reasonable
interest and compensation for his time at Urst; business re
liable and fur a lifetime, therefore the chance is a good one
for u gentleman or standing, and especially if of BroofclYiu
Address box HH Post office, Brooklyn.
A mm STOC K COR p7) RATION OWNING VALUABLE 8PE
cialties, for whicli present deiuuuds exceed capacity
will sell controlling interest and casliicrship to rcipoiislblo
party or parties of meaus; sold ou account of ill health and
l! MnToaMpX^,i,iferC^i^co0.r Addro"
Agents addresses for sale.?original 1*75
letters; a first class lot for parties selling good by cir
cular^ Can be seen at room 3, 64 Cortlandt street.
A RESPONSIBLE PARTY OF LONG BUSINESS Ex
perience and first class references wants the solo or
metropolitan agency for some new, small and salable article;
has ollico and every convenience for managing sub-acencics.'
Address SPARTA, Herald office.
A GENTLEMAN. 40 YEARS RESIDENT IN NEW
J\. York, would invest $3,00J to $5,000 in au established
business, uud take charge ul finances, 4c. Address EX
PERIENCE, box 123 Herald Uptown Branch office.
-to those SEEKING BUSINESS.?HUNT 4
. HAYNEH' MONTHLY REGISTER, gratis or mailed
lor stamp; registration free. Business transfers, partner
ships, Ac., negotiated expeditiously; no charge unless ne
gotiation concluded. HUNT A HAYNES
Financial and Business Brokers, 187 Broadway.
?TO JEWELLERS?OLD ESTABLISHED MANU
? . factory for sale, including all tools, safe and office
fixtures, at a bargain. HUNT 4 HAYNES. as above.
A ~TOBK QISPOSED OF AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
JX. the Fixtures, Machinery and Good Will of an old estab
lished Brewery; buildings or favorable lease. Apply on prem
lses, 145 East forty second street.
A^m PARTNER REQUIRED IN A OOOD PAYING
business, established over 20 years ; $2,500 yearly in
come guaranteed to Investor. Apply to my agent l.l.nvti
UU Broadway. ' ?
Tn ESTABLISHED. VERY PROFITABLE MANUFAC
UX. turing Business is offered for sale on very liberal terms?
an excellent opportunity for one or more men ambitious of
making money; investigation solicited. Apply to LLOYD
2U Broadway. *
A -ADDITIONAL CAPITAL PROCURED FOR HER"
?aX. chants, manufacturers and others; Mining Interests.
4c., negotiated; Real Estate exchanged lor Business - per
sons with capitul seeking business udvised. without charge,
of approved opportunities. References?J. II Crane Esq ,
Vice President Manhattan Brass Company ? Lazcll Marsh 4
Gardiner, Drugs, 10 Gold street. 4c.
? GRIGGS 4 CARLETON,
r lnanrini an.I Bus:: Brokers. :? Broadway.
ASSOCIATE WANTED?TO JOIN THE ADVERTISER
ux. in a strictly first class business, with good securities to
establish an invention, patented, of great value to steam
navigation: large amount of money to lie made with small
risk. Address CERTAINTY, Herald office, where au inter
view .an be had.
A LADY DESIRES TO MEET A GENTLEMAN WHO
would assist her in taking a furnished house ; good se
curity given. Address U. Z. U., Herald Uptown Branch
office.
A PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY IN ONE OF THE BEST
locations on Broadway to let; a rare opportunity for an
enterprising man.
C. B. PECK * CO., No. 8 West Twenty-fifth street.
A SMALL STOKE, corner OF LEXINGTON AVE
nue and Twenty-third street, to let.?Suitable for
plumber, harness maker, painter, 4c.
C. 8. PECK 4 CO.. No HJWest Twenty-fifth street.
A RARE CHANCE.?PARTNER WANTED, WITH
$3,UUU to $4.UUO, or owner ol a steam yacht, draught
under 4 leet, to run on the Sinn River, New Granada.
Apply by letter to JAMES SCOTT, 411 West Thirteenth
street. New Yefk.
A YOUNO WIDOW, OF REFINEMENT, REDUCED
-fl. in circumstances, would like to meet with a party who
would loan bcr $200, for which ihl would irivo uecurity. Ad*
dress SINCERITY. Herald Uptown Branch office.
A CHANCE FOR SPECULATORS, NOVELTY MEN,
Ac.?JdO common single thread Sewing Machines for
sale at a bargain. $1 each; also 20,00(1 agents' names. Ad
dress HANOVER, Herald Uptown Branch office.
AN ASSOCIATE WANTED?WITH A FEW HUNDRED
dollars, iu a profitable cash manufacturing business,
without risk, whore his investment will be safe. Address
BROADWAY, box 120 Herald office. No agents.
AN AMERICAN-WIDOW" LADY WOULD LIKE TO
meet a gentleman who would assist her in business by
the loan of a small amount; would give security. Addross,
appointing interview, Mrs. CLARKE, Herald Uptowu Branch
office.
A GENTLEMAN, HAVING A VERY EXTENSIVE
acquaintance among property owners in New York,
Brooklyn and New Jersey and thoroughly posted lit values,
desires to Join a reputable real estate broker already estab
lished, with the view of increasing the business. Address
REAL, Herald office.
RARE CHANCE IN THE REAL ESTATE Busi
ness; $5<*j required; to the right tnan no better op
rtnnity cuttid be offered, UEOHUE D. I1ANK.INS, 2U
est Twenty-ninth street.
A
Avery satisfactory arrangement will
be made with a shirt cutter, having $4l*i cash Addre.i
i l.STiiM SHIRTS, Herald Uptown Branch office
A GENTLEMAN WITH $1,000 CAN PURcIIaSE
-IX. Half Interest from advertiser; a business ftum which
we can realise several thousand dollars in a few mouths
Address HAOLKV, Herald Uptown Branch office.
A buyer of dress and millinery silk
^V. goods, thoroughly competent, with large experience
aud connections in home and foreign markets, is open for en
?rugement., or would Join a party having additloual capital
in a rormriiMdon business Address box 807 Post office.
A Ft*?* WAN,TKn- with $51.). to take iuTf
w.h.s.". .St'tvl1! ?<Mh business, realising from
on W iYa^UHT. kfi'ltrosdwiij rl':'!' ^"b.nnstlou by calling
OUILIIKK WANTED?OR OTHER PERSON TO FINISH
J J one or more three etory stores on loan , splendid busi
ness avenue; improving neigl,b,)riJO?<l. wKere stores are
niurh wanied. inquire of Mr. DAY, ou promises, Fifty-fifth
street, Third avenue, Broekiyu. 7
Business.?improved c?r uniyipkoved real
estate (within ten miles from New York) will be given
lor a paying business; hotel, restaurant, livery stable coal
Bim'i* -^'-'1 Addr-" ho* 133 Unralti Uptown
BPBIIVES8 OPPOHTUWITIlCg.
DRESSMAKING AND PATTERN ESTABLISHMENT
fur sale?The only first class place on the eiut side:
owner wuiiet to retire from t>uninea?; lyattn of cutting and
Hit in* tnught to purckmaer. Mr? A. M 1,1 ?'AS. IIJ.'. (irancl it#
f^OR BALK CHEAP?A FINE"OYSTER ANDUMM
Business; a rare chance for (lie right man.
THUS. CUM M INS. lit cutrc street.
IP OR SALE?HTOCK AND FIXTURES OF A MANIJ
factory of goods that pay large profits; thia It a rara
chance for a uian ol moderate capital.
I^AAC A. BIGGS, No. 5 Dey street.
/GENERAL OR SPECIAL COTTON PARTNER
\JT wanted.?Killy thousand ilollara capital will command
a conunitsinn business of the moat profitable character. AA
tire St. for interview. COTTON, box a,77l> Poet ofhee; none
but men of responsibility dealt with.
1WANT TWO SMART PATENT RIGHT MEN TO
handle a new patent Only Ibute well up to tho bunk
ness need address PATENT. Herald office.
IW1LL TRADE $?.isi) W01tTlT~0K SECURED PAPER
for StiK-k td' Dry Gooda or Stock of Bouts and Sboea. Atb
drett J., Herald office.
I HAVE A GOOD BUSINESS?WILL TAKE A PAKT
nor, or pity a po ol talary and percentage on $5t?o to
$ 1,000 I want pood character and energy, and if wished a
liberal Interest will he given in an established business on
Broadway, paving well. Address, with real name, V. Y. B.,
box 108 lleraid Uptown Branch office.
Lease and furniture op hotel and dining
Rooms for sale.?to furnished ronton ; kitchen and din
ing room fully furnished. Inquire of WASHINGTON WE
BER, 145 West Twenty-sixth street.
IADY PARTNER WANTED?IN A GENTEEL,
J nicely furnished private hoarding boose ; $1IK) required.
Address, Immediately, LIVINGSTON, Herald l/plowo
Branch office.
ONE OF THE REST BUSINESSES IV BROOKLYli
for sale, with Property, Corner Store and Stable in the
I?"/.!.. Pr**ent owners have another business. Address
EMERY, Herald office.
PARTNER WANTED?WITH CAPITAL OF $15,000. IN
a very prulltablo mechanical monopoly; must bo a young
man ot energy and business ability, and able to furnish satis
factory references as to character. Address, giving name, ages
inferences and address, C. F., box 3.214 New York Post offices
I PARTNER WANTED?A YOUNG, INDUSTRIOUS Busi
ness man, with some capital, can hue an interest in ?
very high paying manufacturing and importing business.
Address MANUFACTURER, station D.
P~ ARTNER WANTKD?A FIRST CLASS A1 MAN. WITH
$115,1 ssi in $.'pmssi, in a manufacturing business; emu ol
the best in this city; long established, employing about 50
workmen; capitul required to double up the number of hand*
to lill large orders which are dally Increasing for Christmas
holiday goods. Address, with real name, or apply to T.
WARE, Nos. 4 and IS Pine street, room 19.
PARTNER WANTED WITH $1,500 IN A MANUFAC
turing Business, established; can double eapital per
annum ; a young man preferred . reference required. Address,
with real name, .1 AMES, box 2(?J llernld office.
PARTNER OR CAPITALIST WANTED?IN LOAN
office and commission business; good chance to make
money and security given for money invested. Address
EDWIN VELASTO, Herald office.
PARTNER W A NT E D. -LAD Y, ALONE, HAVING
bouse in Hrst class location, desires to meet a lady,
without encumbrance, with a few hundred dollars. Address
FAITH, Herald Uptown Branch office.
PARTNERSHIP WANTED?BY A PHYSICIAN OR
twenty years' experience, who desires to associate will
a physician who has a large and lucrativo practice. Addrcsr
0., Herald office.
P~ ARTNER WITH ~SMALL CAPITAL WANTED?IN~A
legitimate staple manufacturing business fully estab
lished; oue acquainted with the dry goods trade preferred.
Apply on premises, 171 Suffolk street, third lloor, flout.
PARTNER WANTED?TO JOIN A LADY IN DRESS
making; has desirable apartments, furnished, in a good
locality; one who can influence trade and can furnish soml
capital. Address DRESSMAKER, 62 Sixth avenue, for on*
wrex.
IJARTNER WANTED?WITH FROM $5,000 TO $10,000
to join the paper pattern business, that lias been locoing
several years opposite Stewart's; unexceptionable references
given and required. Call at 779 Broadway.
IJAKTIES WITH $200 WHO, AFTER INTEBTIOATIOK
desire to Invest in u safe and profitable operation, atl
dress UNDERTAKING, lleraid office.
PATENTS?WANTED TO PURCHASE, SMALE
patent articles that have not yet been placed on tlii
market. Also a few to work on royalty. Address J. W>
HUGHES, 51 Liberty street.
Real estate office?down town, old ehtab.
lished and tirst class, in successful operation, for sale ol
j exchange for Real Estate or valuablo Personal Property,
I Address box 3,423 Post office.
| OPEOIAL PARTNER?WITH FIVE TO TEN THOUSANJl
O dollars, wanted, to extend an established commission
business. Addross, with real name, COMMISSION, box 19Q
| lleraid office.
THE ADVERTISER, WHO 18 THOROUGHLY PRAOt
tical at his business, requests an lutorview witli a gen
| ttcinan of business qualifications, having $H,(*X) (one about
j 30 years of age preferred). with the view ot forming a co
partnership ; the business is light mnnufticturiiig, a specialty,
! and will pay at least 200 per cent; the $H,0UU wanted to us*
! for stock ; a knowledge of the business not necessary ; all im
formation to an acceptable party ; highest references giveff
and required as to character, integrity, Ac. Address CON
FIDENTIAL, box 115 Heruld office.
WANTED?PARTNER WITH $10,000 TO MANUFAOs
ture an article for export already successfully intro
duced. Address II., box 4,539 Post office.
WA NTE D?A FI AST CLASS JJ K K ECU LOADING TW<*
barrelled Shot (?un, In pood order, in exchange for prof*
usln'^s. Address HUNTER, box 138 Herald I'plo-a*
WANTED.?WE DESIRE TO ESTABLISH, IN EACH
county in l.ong Island and Now Jersey, a general
j agency for the exclusive sale of u specialty in the grocery
1 line; any energetic man. with little capital may secure an
honorable, pcrmancut cash huslnesa For particulars apply,
I personally or by letter, enclosing stamp, to K. S. BLOSSOM,
| 147 Keade street. New York.
W?CARPET, UPHOLSTERY AND PAPER HANG
? Ing Business lor sale; many years established and
1 having a steady, profitable trade; price, $25,000, and terine
favorable. Apply to UKD1GS A OAKLETON, 98 Broadway.
WANTED.-THE ADVERTISER WANTS A PART NEIL
with a cash capital of $3(10; will pay each from $1,200
to $1,500 per year. T. STORKS, 62 Fulton St., up slnirs.
ANTED?MAN ANDWIFD "wTtH $3,000 DOU1IL1?
secured, to lake charge of a first class boarding house |
?alary, $2.0*U. Addross W. 11., 7U8 South Washington
square, Philadelphia.
TIT ANTED?A MAN WITH $150 READY CASH AS
M treasurer of a first class exhibition; a big chance foi
money. Apply to HERMAN, Great American Printing
Company, 31 Beekman st., Monday.
WANTED?A PARTNER, ACTIVE OR SILENT,
lady or gentleman, with from $309 to $5<s), In a safe,
lucrative business; security, and a fortune guaranteed lot
the right person. Address FORTUNE, Herald office.
WM ANTED?ACTIVE OR SPECIA L PAKTNEIt, WITli
$10,0i*i eapital, in an old established safe, legitimate
business, paying large profits; large Increase of bushiest
necessitates mcreased capital; only principals dealt wittx
Address CAPITAL, box 119 lleraid office.
d>1 O PER WEEK FOR A LOAN OF $500. A PER
?Pl Li manenl situation as clerk or bookkeeper; security
given Address W. X., box 227 Herald office.
WILL START A LADY OR GENTLEMAN IN A
pleasant uffice, light manufacture, cash business, ol
large consumption and immense profit. Address PATENT,
station D.
$50
A-A|l TO $.1,000 CAN BE DOUBLED THIS SEASON
in cider and bottling.?Half Interest lor ?ule(
biggest capital takes it; factory complete; six years cslalx
lished. 538 Hudson street.
(bono ?TWO OR THREE HUNDRED CASH, HAL
qpUUU. once Instalments, will purchase Tea and Codes
Store, well Qtted up ; excellent location; good business.
S. J. SHAY', ltd Nassau street, room G.
<*?! nnn -A thorough business man na
I qpA.UUU. sires employment at a ttxed salary; would
invest this sum with employer on good security; referenced
given. Address SOUTIIYVICK, lleraid office.
<fcl CASH WILL SECURE A PARTNERSHIP
In a city tlieatro; s? success. Adders Mr.
STEWARD, 174 Caual street, or call evening.between 0 and
7; silent or active.
<j?9 nnn -A Qw,r) PARTY can purchase onb
V-J-oDv/, half of Patents and Ouc-ltall'of a new mams,
lecturing Business for the above amount; goods a specialty
and profits 2U0 per cent. For further particulars address
U. M , Herald office.
(f. tY nnn TO V'1300 WANTED.?A GENTLEMAN TO
tTl-^s-UUlJ take tills amount in stock In fine Centennial
Hotel and take position us cashier. Investment will pay HO
per cent profits, besides liberal salnry. Apply to RECORDS
A CO.. 923 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
d>9 nnn AND A <JOOI> business man can
ijij.oUO find a profitable, legitimate and ensv money
making business; success already guaranteed. Address L?
U., lleraid Uptown Branch office.
dfco cnn-?NI Y PaRT CASH?for half inter
I est in a prime, handsome manufacturing busi
ness. Also exclusive Now York agency fur an established At
1 business, $50(J. A prulituble business, $100.
_CAlt It * COMne Broadway.
1 ~AN ACTIVE, HONORABLE MAN, WITH
tJPvJ.'AV/v/, this amount in cash wanlod, as partner, to
i attend to correspondence and Nuances in a high-toned, per
| fecll}1 safe and very profitable business: no extra capital re.
' quired. For particulars see ISAAC A. BIGGS, No. 5 Def
i street.
nnn ?PARTNER WANTED IN THE MANU.
?Jjvj.t/Ul/. tactiiro of my recontly patented Mrtallo
I ' Kerosene OH'' Salver, an invention costing n mere trifle,
and yet aa valuable us any can now sold for $;!D and far
I more convenient, besides returning all the cost in thirty
days. Address META 1.10, Newark, N. J., Post office.
Q nnn AGENTS' letters OF LATE DATE FOB
; O.oUU copy. Address COPY, Uoraltl office.
<fcQ non To $">,(*10.?A TOON MAN, WITH THIS
tpu.UUU amount, wishes to Invest the same In snino
good paying mercantile business; no patents or liquors.
Address, giving lull particulars as regards nature ol busi
ness, DISGUSTED, box 101 Herald office.
9 nfin-l'AKTNKR-Bl\S,NKSS ESTABLISHED
aJ.l/UU eight years; most Important sole agencies
of highly recommended llrms In Europe secured; now arti
cle to be introduced. Address MERCHANT, box 109 Herald
office. '
$1
r. nnn wn'L PURCHASE A CONTROLLING
'J.UUi; interest In the oldest, most respectable niid
paying place of amusement in Philadelphia; reasons for
ig satisfactorily explained; the best opportunity oral
-d. Address CASH, lleraid Philadelphia Branch nffi ce
?X nnn wantkd-to EXTEND a M AN UK AO.
? _?J.l/I/U tory of profitable staple goods sold lot
cash , orders exoeod present production ; liberal terms to re
liable party. Address W. U. CH AsK, Newark, N. J.
REAL ESTATE SALES.
$1
The attendance at tho Exchange was very allra yem
tordny, only one sale taking place.
James M. Miller sold, by order of the Supreme
Court, In foreclosure, Joseph Meoks referee, the two
story brick building, front, and three story brick build,
lug, rear, with lot, 27.2 by lu5, No. 148 Mulberry street,
east side. 76.6 feet south of Grsnd street, to the second
mortgagee, Angelina Dealy, for $10,200, the lot hnvinn
sold five years ago for $19,000 alone, the whole proD
?rtv being valued at $16,000.

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