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liUilliAL AilU UUUlil A Rally in the Stock Market-Speculators Waiting on the Ohio Election. GOLD 116 5-8?RAG DOLLARS WORTH S5.75. Government Bonds and Railway Securities Generally Firm. Wall Street, 1 Monday, Oct. 11?6 P. M. j The stock market yesterday was full ol Incongruity Alternately weak and strong, it yet exhibited symptoms of lutont strength, which it is imposstblo to underesti mate. In the early trades there were abundant evi dences of free selling, but these symptoms were soon supplemented by a strong buying movement, which, although only affecting Western Union, Lake Shore and Union Pacific, soon communicated their tone to tho -whole market. In Pacific Mail and Northwestern thero was a feverish condition apparent, but these stocks were the first to feel the effects of the rallies In the other securities and closed at about the highest prices of the day. It was asserted, with some show of reason, that the Ohio election would not Immediately be felt upon tho stock market, whether the verdict was for INFLATION OR CONTRACTION, but notwithstanding this the advocates of both ideas secmod to bo in the humor of buying stocss, and there fore Joined hands in the advance. The contractionlsta. on the ono part, argued that if their theories were In dorsed, stocks should advance in obedience to the thought that all good securities woro rendered more secure by a refusal ol the country to countenance re pudiation or Inflation. The Inflationists, on the other haud, claimed that speculative properties would be largely advanced by an oloction of the Allen rag money ticket, and a virtual recognition of the principle that another issue of paper money would bo Increased pros perity for trade, tho people aDd the railroads. It is not surprising, therefore, that the quotations show a material advanco over Saturday's prices. Whether this be a healthy sign or not, remains to be seen. TUE STOCK MARKET. The most active securities to-day were Western Union, PnciQc Mail, Lake Shore and Northwestern. Considerable interest was likewise shown in Missouri Pacific, which, towards the closo, rallied up to 20, clos ing at 19% a 20. Union Pacific showed unexpected ac tivity and moved from 63% to 68, with large purchases by tho former friends of the stock. Erie opened at 16%, advanced to 17% and closed at about tho latter flg uro. Lake Shore opened at 62% and after various fluc tuations advanced to 63%,closing at 68%. Northwestern common opened at 35, sold down to 34%, and afterward led in the advance, selling up to 30, closing at 36% a 36. The preferred stock sold at 47% and closed at 49, after Belling at 60. Ohio and Mississippi was stoady at 15% and closed at 15%, which was the last price. Western Uniou opened at 74%, advanced to 75%, closing at 75% a 76%. Pacific Mail opened at 35, sold down to 34% and advanced to 36% and held the advanco at the close. The changes in tho other stocks will be found recorded below. THE SALES TO-DAT. The transactions at the Stock Exchange to-day ag gregated 197,000 shares, which, among active stocks, were distributed as follows:?New York Central and Hudson, 465; Erie, 3,550; Lako Shore, 45,880; North western, 32,050; do. preferred, 2,640; Hock Island, 710; Pacific Mail, 34,600; St. Paul, 8,200; do. pre ferred, 4,800; Ohlos, 3,400; Western Union, 31,950; Wabash, 900; Union Pacific, 12,600; Delaware, Lacka wanna and Western, 1,320; Now Jersey Central, 2,486; Michigan Central, 1,100; Missouri Pacific, 8,350. OFENINO, BIOnKST AND LOWEST PRICKS. The following table shows the opening, highest and lowest Drives of tho dav:? Op'vxng. Highest. Lowest. Now York Central l"2ft 103 102ft llarlcm 101 131ft 101 Erie 10',' 17 ft 16ft Lake Shorn 62ft 63 ft ?2 ft Wabash 6ft 6ft 6', Northwestern 34ft 30 S4ft Northwestern preferred.... 47 ft 50 47ft Hoi k Island 102ft 102ft 102 Pittsburg 88ft 90 89ft Mil. and St. Paul 81 32ft 30ft Mil. and St. Paul pref 61 02ft 60 Ohio aud Mississippi 15% 16*5 15 New Jersey Central 104 ft 104;ft 103ft Del, Lack" and Western.. 117 118 117 Union Pacific 6S C3ft C. C. and I. C 8ft 3% 3% Western Union 74',, 76ft 74 ft Atlantic and Pacific Tel... 17 17ft 17 Pacific Mail 85 33% 34 ft Panama 128 128 128 ADVXXCK AMD DRCT.IXX. The changes In closing prices compared with thoso of Saturday are as follows:? Advawck.?Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, ft- At lantic and Pacific Telegraph preferred, %; New York Central, % ; Delaware and I-tckawanna, ft ; Erie, %; Hannibal and St. Joseph, It,; Lako Shore, 1; North west common, 1'.t; do. preferred, 1; Pacific Mail, lft; Hock Island, ft; St. Paul common, ft; do., pre ferred, ft ; Wabash, % ; Union Pucitio, 4%; Western Union. ft; Missouri Pacific, %; Michigan Central, 1ft; New Jersey Central, 1ft ; Eric in London, ft. Stationary.?U., C. and 1. C., Harlem, Panama, District of Columbia 3-65'e and gold. dfostnu raicss?2 r. a. Pacific Mail.... 30 a 80ft MilA St P pf2. ? 2 a 62ft It cat tin'1 a). 7b-,' a 76ft C,C,OSL... 4H a bo All A I astvl. 171, e 18ft 6,CilC 8ft a 4 vulckaiiver.. 16ft a 17ft Dei, LAW ..117ft a 118ft Cuicknilrer pf.. 21ft a 22', hrl? 17ft a 37ft MarLnada M. H a 10ft Ifan A fit Jo.. 17ft a 17ft Mar 1.4 M pi.. 0 a 11 Han A fit Jopf. 21ft a 22ft AdaniaKx 98ft a 99ft Lake Short 58ft a 53ft Aii.crieiiii Ex.. 57 a 58 Micblgau Can.. 55ft a 55ft 1 hfc.preaa .44 a 41ft N Y A liar....180ft a 183 WelUKargoRx 78ft a 70 SI C 4 11 K..102ft a 103 Chic A Alton i-5 a Wift N<J Central... 104ft a 105 ? lev A J'llta.. 90 a M),ft ObioA .Visa... 15ft a 15ft t Mi A 5 V? . :5ft 11 30 Tol A Waft ... .' ft a b < lift * 5 W pi. 4H a 40ft ! n Pacific .. 67'', a fKft CI I A HI. It 2ft a II 3 Missouri Pac... 10;, a 2U Mil A fit Paul.. 52 a 32ft KA1LKOAD KARXIXM IX SKPTEXliXR. 1874. 1875. Differences. Central Pacific.. $1,371,739 $1,561,000 Inc. ..$189,261 tin., Lat'ay. A Chi. 40,105 39,103 Dec... 1,002 Illinois Central... 758.036 737,534 Dec... 20,702 Jtid., B. ti West.*. 113,944 103,286 Dec... 10,65.8 Kim.-as Pacific.... 302,318 318.111 Inc... 15,798 Keokuk * D. M... 68.455 80,539 Inc... 12,084 Mo.. Kan. k Tax.. 334,496 299,u55 Doc... 34,601 M. L, Alton k T. H. (branches) .. 55,282 48,543 Dec... 6,739 Ft. L.,1. Mt. 4.S.. 292,210 842,800 Inc... 60,584 St. L.,K. C. A N. 249,733 246,624 Dec... 3,109 St. L. Ac South eastern* 85,826 63,650 Ilea.. 22,176 Union Pacific 1,063,993 1,042,ooot Dec... 21,993 Totals $4,736,643 $4,8X3,4?5 Increase, $267,722: decrease, $l_o,S30. Not increase, $140,842. * Three weeks only of ficptoniher in each year, t Iht'sii are the approximate figures, as usual, compared With the actual figure* of luat year. GROSS J.AK.N JIUS FROM JAXCARV 1 TO SKI*fitMURR 30. 1874. 1875. Differences. Central Pacific...$10,305,199 $12,480,183 Inc.$2,174 984 Cm., L, At Chic.. 828,063 289,218 Dec. 8fi|845 111. Central 6,661,814 8,459,201 Dec. 202,807 Inil, U. k West,* 1,205,205 874,116 Dec. 331,090 Kansas Pacific... 1,405,183 2,366,223 Dec. -as'tuto Keokuk k Dos M. 600.789 612,812 Inc. lll .T'3 Mo.. Kan At Texas 2,299,037 2,024,543 Dee, 274'l93 St L., A & T. H. (branches) 393,804 401,692 Inc. 7,888 Ft. 1,., I. Mt. Ac fi. 2,199,204 2,488.694 Inc. 289 490 St. L., K. C. It N. 1,806,778 1,880,813 Inc. 75^066 St. L. Ac South eastern.* 888,320 684,073 Dot 204,647 Union Pacific... 7,520.184 8,603.427 Inc. 183,243 Totals $35,612,560 $38,214,430 Doc. $1,100,343 ?Three weeka only ol .September in each year. TUB MOXKY MARKKT. Money was firmer to-day, and on call loans com manded from 3ft to 4 par cent, but at the close fell off to 2ft and 3 per cent. Foreign exchange was dull in actual business at 4.78ft and 4.32ft for bankers'long mid short sterling. THR FOREIGN MARKKT. The London .advices report consols a shade easier and United States bonds steady, the market being quiet; ?77,000 bullion was withdrawn from the Bank of Eng land on balanoe to day. At Paris tho 6 per cents have declined from 105f. 17c. to 104f. 75c. Paris advices quote rentes at 65f. 46c. Exchange on London. 25f. 21c. for short sight. THE CX1TSD STAIRS TREASURY. The Assistant Treasurer paid out to day $20,000 gold ?n account of Interest and $24,000 In redemption of five-twenty bonds. The following are United States Treasury balances:?Currency, $6,616,768 16; special deposits, $02,026,000; coin, $60,314,565 98; including coin rertlficAtcs, $12,658,200; outstanding legal tenders, $373,941,124. rim cor.n market.' Gold opened and closed at 116ft, with sales In the Interim at 116ft. The rat >s paid lor borrowing were 6-84, 1-16, 3-32, 1-64, 1-82 and 8-64 per cent per diem. At the close loans were made flat. oraaaTioMa or tub gold ex Changs bate. Gold balance* 6662.838 Currency balances tiroes clearance* 0,672,000 CLSAKING BOUSE STATEMENT.. Currency exchanges $78,662,066 Currency balances 8,804,628 Gold exchanges 4.906,644 Gold balances 1,066,193 RAILKOAD BONDS. Railroad bonds wore generally Arm. Chicago and Northwestern firsts sold at 100, and do. consolidated gold bonds advanced from 84 to 84% under a brisk demand. Harlem firsts fell off to 113, Cnion Pacific firsts to 102, sinking funds to 86%, and C., C., Cincin nati and Indiana firsts to 109%. Burlington, Cedar Kaptds and Minnesota Qrsts sold at 40, and Chesapeake and Ohio firsts, coupon on, at 29; New York Central sixes, of 1883, at 103; Chicago, Burlington and Qutncy eights at 116; Albany and Susquehanna firsts at 111%; and Canada Soul hero firsts, coupon on, at 48. GOVSHNMBXT BONUS. Government bonds were firm In tone, but the transac tions were small rmi.AUFI.HHlA STOCKS. The following are the Philadelphia stock quota tions:-? Bid Asked. City sixes, old 106 ? City sixes, new 108% 108% Camden and Amboy R. K 131% 132 Pennsylvania 60% 50% Philadelphia and Reading 55% 65% Lehigh Valley 61% 61% Philadelphia and Erie Railroad 20 20% Lehigh Navigation 50% 50% Lehigh Navigation gold loon. 104 104% MEMORANDA. There was a failure of a small Greek house from London reported, but it excited ho comment on the street. A meeting of the directors of Missouri Pacific takes place to-day. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES Monday, Oct. XI, 1875i BEFORE CALL?10 A. M. $10000 Un Puc.ink f... 87 2<*) lbs Uhl 1SW KK 34% 10000 CANW c e ?b.B3 84 500 ilo 34% ItHJU aha I'M Mall 88.. 35 3UO do Ht1-, 34% 300 do 345, 34'? 81*) do 34% 34% 200 do c 34% 35 200 do 34% 35% 200 do 34', 35% 3C?0 do 34% 35% 7O0 do 345; 36% 900 do 34% 35 flOO do 34 k 74% 34*1 do 344, 74% 3(A) do 34% 744. 200 do 344, 74V 4l*i do 35 74;, 348) do 35% ii*x> do..; 35w 200 do 15'H) do 44 H. J do h 3 3<K> do tXM) do 400 do 1 HK) do 2(H) do 4<K> do 1500 do mkj West l u reL. 1000 do 14UO do you do ioe do 21 K) do 2UO do 31H J do 100 do 7vX) do 4 OO do. 25 N Y 0 k 11 R KR.. 747? Z4* 35>2 1<X> Mich Cen RR 5U0 L a A M .S RR 1800 do 5< A) do 50 do 1 ;>uo do 500 do h3 500 do luoo do 100 do c 700 do 3(H> do 200 do 3O0 do 1500 do IOO do 1300 do ?3 ltO do ?3 400 Union l'uc RR 3( *) do HA) do b3 2oo do 4'AJ do 100 do c 100 Erie RR 400 do 300 Del, L A W KR*... 20 do. 1 300 Chi A .N V\ it*.... 74;, 400 do 75 700 do 35). 74k 200 do 35 >, 74% 300 do 35 102 700 do 34% 54% 100 C A NW Kll pfc... 47), 52% 100 do 4b 52% 100 do... S3 48 52k l.*X) Mil A St F KK... 31 62% 300 do 31% 52% 100 do c 31 52% 100 do 31 52% 100 do b3 31% 52% 100 do 31% 52% 400 do 31% 52% 300 do 31% 52% 600 Mil A St 1' KKpf.. '1 53 100 do b3 61 52% 100 do 01% 52% 100 do 01 52% 200 Ohio A M KK 16% 52% 301111 an A St Jo 10% 52% 100 do 17 03% IOO do 17% 63% 100 do 0 17% 63% 1UI Han A St Jo pf.... 21% 04 400 1'ii(j KK ut Mo..... 10% 04% 400 do 10% 10% 300 do 19% 10% 100 do 10% 117 200 do 19% 117% 100 do c 10% 10:15 AND 11:30 A. M. 810000 US 5-20.r. '64.. 115% $1000 U S 10-40 c 117% 1500 L S6-20.c,'66,n.. 118% 500 U S 5't,'81, c 117% 100U0 US 5-20,C, '67.be 120% 100UO U 3 ? >'*, >81, r 117% 8750 U S 5-20, r, 67... 120% 40560 do 117-, 10000 U 85-20, r,'68.. 121 5000 do 117% 2o5uO do 130% FIRST BOARD?10:30 A. A!. $1000 Mo O's. 1 b 102 200 sbs Un Pac RE.... 81% 1000 N C C's, special 100 do c 04% tax, lstclaM... 3% 200 0 A K 1 UK be 1(|2% 5000 Dial Col 3-05'a.. 65% 100 do s3 102 15000 do 66 19 OC AN W Kit..be 35 2UOO Alb A Sua 2d.... 100% 500 do 0 35 1000 C A O lat, c ou.. 29 IOO do 35% I (AH) Chic A N W lat.. 100 100 do O 35 % 2U*A> CANWoegb. 84% 50 do 35% 11U*1 do 84% 1300 do 85% 5000Ohio A M 2d..... 05 100 do o 35 5000 0 Puo KK 1st.... 102% 30;) do 34% 50(A) do bo 102 BOO do s3 34% 50U) Un Pacs t. 87 700 do 34% 5000 do 80% 700 do 34% 10000 do 80% 500 do C 34% 12UA) Pac ofMo lit... 80 200 do S3 34-, 15***1 C,C,CAl lat..be 109% 100 do C 34% 2UA) Tol A Wab 1st,.. 82 700 do 34% 7UO do 34% 800 do 34k 15OU0 Har 1st 7 s. c... 20U0 B,CR A M 1st... 4000 Del All r, Hi.be 11 shs Fourth N at Hfc 200 West Un Tel.. . .be 11 (JO do 1700 do li*JU do 7oO do HK) do 3U0 do 100 do 1300 do 12uO do 500 do 3000 do 3UU do 800 do 200 do 10 NYC A MK.bc.opg 70U 1'ttc Mail 88.bc.t3 500 do 44 KJ do 300 do .b30 boo do loo do ...?3 7uu do 100 do 7U0 do 7ou do ldWeUt Karg Ex ... 5 do 20 U 8 Ex 2U Adams Ex... KH) do lUAmer Ex..... IOO J&rie KK bc.C ujo do loO Mich ('en KK. 50 d*? 300 do 100 dk> 3JOL8A M b UU. ..b c do 3<HK> do 700 do 1000 do 1000 do 4(h) do 15O0 do ^(X) do 100 do 3(.K) do 1?H)0 do 1700 do loo d.. 200 do . t3 40 J Cen KK 104 do b c.opK li>4% do 101% do o 104% do 104% do 1<>4% do 104% do lo4 do c 103% do c 104 do sOO 102 200 M A HP KK... be 31% 200 do c 31% 300 do... 31% 57 100 do 6()% 10% loo do b3 00% lo% 72 Mor A Est KK. 102% 54% 30O Tol A Wab Kit..be 5% 54% loo SlL.K C A N pl.be 24% 55 100 do c 24% 54% 21*) D, L A W KR...be 117% 52% 2(A) do 117k 52% 300 Pac Kll of .Wo ..be 19% 53 3*)0 do 18% 52% 300 do 19% 52% 700 do 19 52% 3(A) do 19% 62% 2(A> do o 19 62% 2* A) do f. 18% 62% 100 do 18% 62% 1UO do 18% 52% 4UO do 18 52% 300 do 18% 62 , 2(A) do ..S3 18% 53 100 Ohio A M RK .be 15% 52% 100 do bS 16% 93CleYAPRK8t.be UO 100 do 15% 100 Lu Pac UK be 64% 300 do 15% 200 do C 64% 500 do S3 15 . 800 do 65 100 do 15% 1(A) do 61% 500 do 16% 3(A) do 64% BEFORE CALL?12:30 P. M. $50<XJ Un P ItR 1st. .s3 102 100 sbs Un Pac IIB.... 64% 200U do 101% 100 do 64% 10000 Un Pae sink f... 87% 1U0 do c 64k 50UU Uu P Ta, I u.... 97% 1(A) do c 04% 14 ihs Fourth N Hk ... 95% 1200 do 65 l**j Mich C.U KK 55 100 do b3 66 SOO W oat Un Tel s3 74% 490 Ohio A M KK. 16% 200 do s3 74;, 3**) do 1200 do 74% 100 do s3 _ 5(A) do b3 76 10 ) Chi A N W KK.... 35' 2(?) do 0 75 7(A) do 35% IOO do 75% 4O0 do 35% 1600 do 75 100 do 36% log do ?3 74% 1(*X) do 65 200 do e 74% 100 do 34% 3UO Erie Kit 16% 200 do 34% 21 A) Pac Mail 88 35% 200 do 34% 4(A) do b3 35% 2(*J do b3 36 700 do 3.'% 50C A N W KKpf.... 48 hOO do 35% 3(A) Atl A Pac pt 5% 5 do 3-''% 3(A) M11 A 8t P KK.... 31 1100 do 3')% 5(A) do....' 31% 200 do b3 85% U(?) do 81% 4190 do 36% 100 do 1)3 31% 1400 do 35% 2(A) do 31C 1(A) do. S3 35% 2(A) do 31% 500 do 36% 4**) do 31% 16UO LS A M 8KK..b3 63 44") Mil A St 1* KK pf_ 60% 700 do 52% 100 do 6(4% 5(A) do 53 luO 60% 8fA) do 53% 100 do 80% l'JOO do 53 5O0 do. 15*. ?5* m 25 N J Con KK 104 2O0 Pac KIt of Mo. 100 Chi A K 1 Kit. 102% 200 1(A) Tol A Wab KK. .b3 6% 400 do S3 18% 290 Union Pac KK 64% ? P. M. f lorxw U 9 5-20, r, '04. 115 $1000 U 8 5-20, c, '67.. 120% l'AAJUU 36 20, c, HH... 116 2UAJ0 U 8 5 a, r,'81.... 117% SECOND BOARD?1 P. M. $3000 Un Pac IIR lot.. 102% 600 shs Un Pac RR.... 65% 2<*X> do 102% 20 Ciev A P KR itt.be 90% 12000 do 102% 210C, C, CAIKK.DC 46 160U) do 103 250 N J Con RR. e 104 10000 do bo 103% 60 do bc-c 104% OOOOCANWeogb.. 84% 500 do 104% 6'?,'e?. 103 2(A) Chi A Kl KK.. .he 102% 2*AA) M AHtP 1st J.aOd 96 100 do 102% ?5^?" o*VBti<LMo' ,0'X KA) Chi A N W...ho,s4 34% uhi'.B ' 110 300 do 85 2000 Max 1st, 7's, c... 113 200 do .. 35% 11AJ0 Ca Ro 1st, c on.. 45 2(A) do' 85% 6000 Alb A Huso 1st.. 111% 9(A) do .. 86'. 100WUnT.l...J>e.bS 74% loo do Sb'i. fj? 2? 75 2**) do 86% J00 <}? ?3 75 400 do 85% 2? 75% 1100 do 35% 75% 400 do 05% 11 *A) do 75*2 lf)(>CHI A M Ur..( .(, 5*X) do 2(A) do bS 2(A) do bS 60 Adams fc* 22 Wells Fargo F.x... 100 Pac Mail 88....be 1000 do 3(A) do (UA) do J00 do..... 100 <1? 35% 100 M * 8t I* KKpf.b ?1% >00 do b3 36 100 do 63 61% , ? ? 36% 50Del,E*W bo 117)6 .?HTCllIRBB.b? 1U2>! 300 do 0 11H 1300 Krie KK be 17 100 To) A WibKX be 5% 100Harlem RR....be 131 jmultl K K. . b c b3 15% 100 Mich Ceil UK. ..be 55% 100 do 15% 2U)L blMtK K..bo S3 3(4) do b3 16% ?00 do 63% 100 do 15% <1? 53% 1008tL,KC4N pt..b o 24% l'H*J do f.:iC i(?j do 24'* 1"0 t'n !>??? Itli be (15 1(4) do 24)? 4? do b3 ?5% 100 Pie Bit of Ho., be 1? 100 do 65% 100 do 18% 200 do 6 ,% 200 do lb% 500 ds Of) 61X) do 19% !?' d.. 65% liio All * 1'ac pi. ...bo 0 100 do 65% 3:30 TO .1 P. M $1000Tol A Wab24... 40 300.hi Un FtcKR.... WW lUOUOi; * N Wee Kb. 85 100 do WW 50000 Un 1? KK 1st 103% ?*) do WS 50uo Un H?c link f... mb-4 2(4) do 6 >% 2000 HIBJori'i, roo. 70 100 do 67% 6(4)0 Oa So l?i oo on. 45 30O do 67 100 .tin Uuick Miu 16% 200 do 67% 20O Quick Mln pf 21% 100 do 67% 400 Coo Coal 45 200 do 67% 2000 Won Id I'ol 75% 300 do 6H 13'4) do 75 s BOO do 67 % 500 do 7b), 100 do bOO 6H 1000 do 75% 100 do 67% H4)KrleKK 17% 200 do 6H 200 do 17% 0O0 do 67% 200 do ' 17% 100Chi* N W UK..- 35% 2tX) do 63 17V 5 0 do 35% 50 Erie KK pf 63 35 214) do 35% & 0 Pac M*iI88 b5% 400 do 3d 1000 do 63 30 200 do 63 1700 do 30 10 d3 600 do 30% 8UO do DUO do 30 V 1400 do 2O0 do ?3 30% 2O0 do b3 H()0 do 30% 714) do HO NYC* lilt UK.13 102% 1(41 ChlAh W UKpf... 100 do 102V lOOChle * U 1 KB.... 100 do &3 102% 300 Mil * St H KK.... 114) do tr 11)3 2(4) do 32% 50 Mich C RR 55% 114) do s3 32% 200 do 55), 300 do 32 UoOL8*M 3KK.... 53% 124) Mil A St P pf 62 2700 do 53% 100 do 62% 600 do 63 53% 300 do 62 1200 do 53% SOuTol* WebRR..., 5% 121(0 do ?3 53% 100 do 5?" 500 do 63% 250 Dal,Ii * W KR.... 113 3<4) do ?3 53% 7 N Y, N H 4 H UR. 144 1230 do 53% 100 11 * 81 Jo UK 17% 1700 do 53% 100 do 17)5 3(4) N J Con KK 104% loo Pee KK of Mo lfl% 100 do 104% 3O0 do 16% 10 do 11)5 450 do 20 100 do 101% 2(4J do 20% 4(4) Union 1'aeKK..... 60 200 do 20% 100 do 66% 100 do [HI iy% COMMERCIAL REPORT. COTTON ON THE SPOT FIltM?FUTURES WEAK AND UlRKGULAB?FLOUR QUIET?WHEAT l'TUM?CORN ACTIVE AND HIGHER?OATS STRONG RYE DULL AND NOMINAL?BARLEY FIRM?BARLEY MALT DULL?PORK FAIRLY AC TIVE?LARD HIGHER?PETROLEUM STRONG? NAVAL STORES QUIET AND STEADY?HIDES DULL?OILS QUIET AND STEADY?WHISKEY EASIER?FREIGHTS STRONG?HEMP AND JUTE QUIET AND STEADY?GUNNIES DULL AND NOMI NAL?COFFEE QUIET?SUGAR STEADY. Monday, Oct. 11?6 P. M. Trado matters were rather more livoly to-day, not withstanding the stormy woather, and business was better. Tbo markets were, in numerous instances, more active and better prices obtainod. On 'Change flour was quiet. Wheat was In fair request and firmer. Corn was active and decidodly higher, closing steady. Oats were firm. Whiskey easy. Rosin and lard firmer. Cotton on the spot was firm; futures wero weak and irregular. Petroleum was strong. Naval stores quiet and firm. Oils were quiet and steady. Hides wero dull.- Hemp and Jute were quiet and steady. Gunnies wero dulL Groceries were quiet and steady. | Cofpkk.?Tho market for Brazils was quiet and nominal. Mild cofTecs were very quiet, but quotations were about steady. Tho stock of Rio and Santos at this port is 61,483 bags; at Galveston, 0,200 do.; at New Orleans. 3,548 do.; at Savaunuh, 3,000 do.; at Hampton ltoads, 4,503 do.; at Baltimoro, 18,839 do. Afloat and loading for tho United States to 3d ult, 81,805 bags. Purchased for the United States to Oth inst., 292,000 bags. We quoto: Ordinary cargoes, 19c. a lOA^o.; fair do., 20J^c. a 20J?c., good do., 203ac. a 21c.; prime do., 21>?c. a 21>ic.; extreme range for lots. 19c. a 22>Jc.; Santos, fair to good, 20c. a 21c., gold, ninety days; Java, government bags, 20c. a 2te.; do., grass mats. 27c. a 29c.; Singapore, do., 22e. a 24c.; Ceylon, 21c. a 22c.; Morucalbo. 'JOJJc. a 23c.; Lagtiayra, 20^0. a 21 J^c.; Jamaica, lSJtfc. a 20c.; St Domingo, 18c. a 18Qc.: Porto Rico, l8Ma a 2la-.Costa Rica. 19c. a p-v ? Moxntn 20Mc a 21t4c.; Manila, 21c. a 22c.; Angos tura," 1M^ a 2l\^; Savanna,'20c. a 22a ; Curacoa, 19c. a " g'itton.?The most ifotlceable features snin up thus:?In adequacy of desirable supplies available tor Immediate de livery against a moderate demand from oxportors and spin ners and an extensive short interest ; rather less favorable weather reports, bat no intimations of threatened frost ; un changed estimates as to the crop; heavy receipts at tlio norts but firmer and more active markets throughout the South; Inferior quality of arrivals at this port as compared with the quality forwarded at this time last year; oil ad vance in spot quotations of Mc. over Saturday s figures; ad vices from Liverpool of a strong market with improved Manchester trade demand; distant arrivals reported as sala ble at 7d. a 7 1-lGd.? the latter for New Orleans; a feverish market for future deliveries-open n* a shade off from Sat urday's closing prices; advancing h,c. on October and J^c. a 5 Ilia on the more distant months, with a subsequent reac tion, which left the market weak and Irregular at the ad vance. limited to about 5-32a a Mf~ on October, 7-32c. a .4a on November; Ma ? 9-32a on December; 7-32c. a Mo on Inniutrv? H-16c a Wc. on February; &-32c. a 3-loc. on March- 5-32a a 3 10c. on April; Ma a 3.16a on May; 5-32c. a 8 10c. on Junn; Me- a 3 16c. on July; Me-a H-10c. on Au gust The principal interest has been centored In Octobor, with sympathetic fluctuations, however. In the other To-dayM advance has beon mainly duo to a rush made by weak shorts to cover. The stsmger shorts have made no attempt to cover. Several despatches have beon received from Liverpool askiug it there Is any truth in the reports tel egraphed from tins side to the effect that the government lias issued an unfavorable statement in respect to the crop; thus indicating that unprincipled parties havo probably been sending false reports from hero for the purpose of bolstering the market as there has been no recent statement by the government concerning the crop. The following were el*ctcd members of the Cotton Exchange to-day-.?Edward Owen, Aubry Hennott. of Keener A Bennett; George F. Kingsbury, Of George 1' Kingsbury A Co.; J. O. BIoss, of Blots A Inches, I and Henry Smidhetm, of Sondheim Bros. Tlie statistical In formation sums up as follows. Closing quotations;?October, 13 ll-lrtc ? November, 13?sc- * 13-32e.; December, 13 ll-lsira 13Mc ; January, 13 13 32c. a 13 7-Ida ; Febru ary 13 19-32a a ttyc.; ?f?rch, 13 27 32c a 13Mc.; April, 14 1-32* a 14 lldc.; May, 14Mc. a 14 5-ltte.; June? 14 15-820. a 14>jC.; July, 14*0. a 14 11 lite.; August 14*a a 14 13-Ida Quotations ars based on American standard of classification, and on cotton In store running in flusll'y uot more thau half a grade above or below the grade quoted .? m? ? VpkuuU. Alabama. A. Orlfara. Toot. " i Ordinary 11M Strict ordinary 12 Good ordinary 1'2S Strict good ordinary 12M Low middling 13 7-1 Strict low middling. 13M Middling }?M Good middling 14 Strict good middling 14? Middling fair J4M ^taiued'-Good'oHin'ary, ll*a? strict" good ordinary 12Mc ; low middling, 12 13-10a ; middling, 13c. Tlie sales were To-Pay. Sat. Ev\q. Tot/U. Export so Consumption J? JV 191 Speculation lao _ 1 Totals - 588 01 J96 ?For future delivery-tbo sales wero as follows-.-Saturday, afieruneKM.?Gcfober, 400 hale, at 13*0- 2UUot 13il6a, riwi j., ?-4 i7-32c ? November, H0O at ; December, JUU ?13 lu"; AprS'lOt. at'13 15-1 ??. WO ? ?3 >!? o-us) bales To-day up to ouo 1. M.?October, JUG at Tut ,' is) at 18 17-82C 400 at lSMo., 4UU at 13 17-32a, 200 i?%il^2c 100 at i 3 11 Kb' , '*U0 at 13 21-32e lfoat 13 25-32C., l6o at 13 27 33c., 11AJ at13V-, 800 at 13 p16^ 311) at 13 27-32c., 5U0 13J?C. W>0 ?t 13 13 1336a l-t 13 ltlc 100 13 27-32a, 201) at 13 lif-lbc., i,V) as li 27 32a, 200 at 13 15-ltic.; November ill! 7, 13 7-32a, 100 at 13 5-16c.. 100 at 13 HUTJa 2.500 at 13Me., 100 at 13 15-32c? 800 at 13Mc.; De ernmbOT 160 at sCc. 1,000 at 13 3-16c., 800 at 13'la, 2UO aTls VItic 4O0 at 13 7 -16c , 000 at ISI 13 32c. 500 at 1 i> c 500 at i;} 1332c . lOOat 13 11 32c., 50O at 13 < 10a, 200 M 18 13 32a. 1,400 at 13 7 10a, lOOat 13 13-Sjc., '? at 13Ma ? January, 100 at 13 7-32c., 100 at 13 3 16a, 100 M 13 7 32c .100 at 13 932c, 200 at 18 ll-32c? 8U? at 13 5-lflc lo(5 at 13 11-32C., 1^*1 at 13jMc., 400 at l.iMc., Kki at 13 15-32a, 100 at 13 13-32c., 3u()-at 13 7-lBc., 100 at 13 15-32a, 2,100 at l3Mc., 200 at 13 15-32c.; February. *JU at 137 16c. 500 at 13 17 32c , 100 at 13 21 32c., 20(3 at 13Ma 200 at 13\a, 100 at 13 11-lCa, 2(J0 at U3 21-32C. 100 at 13 11 lite., 200 at 13 23^32c., 500 at 2532a ; Murth, 900 at 13Mc., 300 at 13 11-lOa, 100 at 13 Mo., 100 at id 23-32c.. 20() at 13 13-16a, 400 at 13 AP^i" 13 27-32C 300 at 13 29-.i2a, 500 at 14c., 500 at 14M^ ; May, 100 at 14Ma. 100 at 14 3-16a, 800 at 14 5-:?c 100 at 14 3-l?a, 200 at14^ Total, 27,900 nales. Orand total, 34,200 balea The receipU at the ports were " fr>' lows ??Giklveston. 7M'2\ New Orleans, 7,CB0; Mubilo, 2 r>86 .Savannah. 0.&4O; Charleston, 4,072; Wilmington, fk')5; Norfolk, 2,928: Baltimore, 53; New York, 140, Boston, 37; IMiiladelphia, |i4. Total 31K19 This 6sy last week 1B,48<). This day last year, *27,147, Total since hoptemher 1 333 714 bales. Cotton freights closed as follows:?To liavrc by steam. Mc. a %c. fo Hamburg, by steam, Mc. compressed. To Bremen by steam, lc. compressed, fo Liverpool, by steam, 7-10d. a M<1-j bX ,aJl- ?66d. Fi.obk asi> Okais.?Receipts? Flour, 18.664 bbls, ; whe?t, liW,(J98 bushels; corn, 164,251 do.; oats, 56,100 do., barley. 45.2W1 do.; corn meal, 600 bbts. Tlie flour market ruled quiet under a moderate tnquiry at previous prices. The sales were 24,01*) bbls. Rye was steady, corn meal was quiet. The sales were 500 bbla and 3CI0 hags at SB lo for Brandy wine, $3 50 a $4 for Wostern, 83 a $4 lor Jersey. No'ST. Kr:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ? i flhoioe State ? ? * //. (sQOlOfl ntHMI ... ?????????? . oa r. rj\ Superfine Western ? Extra Western 2?^ Minnesota ' ?! Round iioop Ohio, slilpping brands p 7a a ? .50 Round hoop Ohio, trade brands 6 ?;? 7 00 Family I 80 J 5 X St. Louis, low ? 60 a 7 <*) St. Louis, straight extra 7 00 a 7 nil St. Louis, cliolce double extra ? <*? ? ? ?J St. Louis, choice familv 8 50 a 9 M Rye flour, fin. U, superfine Soutliern, No. 2^.. . seta 5 35 Southern, superfine * J* ? ? Sou^-ru, extra * Souffferu, family J ? * " "5, Corn meal, 8 ? 8 "J Corn meal. Jersey 8(*J? ? ^ Core meal. Brsndywlne -J? >p ? ^ ^h^wrtrly'active and firm", thongh no. quo.shly Mvh.r Tha sales were about 150,000 busbels at $1 'W a *\ in f?r interior springs $? 352 h $1 M for ordiu*ry Ohicugu .. il ^)tor N??- I Milwsnkee afloat, fl %\ a stl w nir No l ti 47W for while. Corn was in ac five speculative demand, and closed decidedly higher. The | KK? i^yirsss:" L'fheld it 480 aud 49c at the close. Rye was dull , JLi Varlev' was the sales were 120,000 i bushels ill $1 20 for lair Canada Barley malt was dull and "maam Alip r*AA-The market for mediums was quiet, and j priest were a shade easier. Marrows ware in fair demand anil steady Oilier ?descriptions wi re quiet and without especial change. We quote Medium, choice, $1 85 a $1 Utl; medium, Cair to rood, 91 Hi afl HO; marrows, choice. $2 20 a R 30; marrow*, fair to good, $1 90 a $2 Ou; pea, #2 mi a $2 05; red kidney, prime, #2 'MJ; white kidney, ehoiee, $2 'X) a $2 10; white kidney, fair to good, $1 70 ,t $1 80, green Eeaa. $1 70 Boutheru black eye peaa, per two bushel ag $3 Ott (ItixwiEa?The market waa doll, and quotation* were en tirely nominal. W# quote:?Domestic cloth. 1HV4c. a 131*0.; Borneo and (ionripore. 14c.: Calcutta. UKc.. bags. I3%c. Uuip o: Jutk waa quiet and without turtner change. Jute hulls wen in noma demand and steady. We quoteAmerican, dressed. per ton, 9270 a $280 for double, and $235 a $240 for single ? Manila liemp, 7c. a 7%c., gold, per lb., the latter for Que; Kuaaie, cloau, $2 20 a $2 20, gold; Italian, $2 fki a $2 75 gold, jute, 3>4c. a 5c., gold. Jute butte quoted at 2%c. e 3c.. currency Hisal heinn. 5c.. gold Hipm.?The market wea dull, but without material change. We quote :?Kueuoe Ayres, 25 to 2b lba, 22kc a 24%c ? do., 2()to 25 lba,, 21c. a 23c.;Montevideo, 20% to 21% lba . 2? Vic. ; Corrlenlea. 21 to 22 lba.. 20%c. a 21%c. ; Kio Grande, 20 to 22 lba., 21c,; Orinoco, 21 to 23 lba , 21 t o. a 22c.. Oalitnrnia, 22 Ui 25 Ilia., 21c. >21)jc. ; Central American, 18 to 21 lha.,2t)c.; Maiaiuoroa, 22 to 24 lba,, 19%e. a 20%c.; Vera Crna, IB to 19 lb*.. 17c a 18c.; Bogota, 18 to 20 lba., 20c. a 21%c. ; Texas and Southern, 24 to 30 lba., 13c. a Inc., gold, ?elected; city slaughter, ox. 60to 80 lba.. 9%c. all^c.; do. cow, 45 to 80 lba, 8c. a 8>4c., currency, selected. Molasses waa unlet and atcaoy, he quote Cuba centri fugal and mixed, 25c. a 30c.: do. clayed, 32c. a 34c. ; do. uiua corado, rcQnlng, 33c a 35c . do. do., grocery, 35c, a 40c . Porto Kirn, 37c. a 50a ; English Island*, 35c. a 50a ; New Orleans, die. a 118c. Naval Storks The market for aplrita of turpentine waa firm, with sale* of 200 bbla. at 30a, and 100 bhla, buyer's Option this year, at 42%o. Rosin waa dull and nominally unchanged. Tar waa neglected and nominal at about former g rices. Pitch waa dull and nominal. IV e quote:? pints of turpentine, 3h%c a 39c.: roain, strained, $1 70 a $1 75; Wilmington tar. $2 25; Washington tar, $2 12U a $2 25; pitch. $2 10. UltA.?Linseed waa in fair Jobbing demand at ste:tdy i demand a prices. Lard waa iu moderate demand at full prices. Oliv was dull aud unchanged. Cottonseed was In fair demand and steady. Menhaden waa in good demand, with sales of 180 bola on terms not made public. Crude sperm and whale waa quiet and without further change. We quote:? Cottonseed crude, 44a a 46c.; do., summer yellow, 58c. a 60c.; do., winter yellow, 68c. a 7Hc.; Unseed, casks and bbla, 58c. a 60c.; lard, present makes, 95a it $1; ilo., winter, $1 02 a$l 05; menhaden, Sound, 31c. a 38c.; Maine, 33c. a 35c.; aperm, crude, $1 50; do., bleached winter, $1 85 ; do., natural do.. $1 80; whale. Northern, 68a; do.. Southern, 65c.; do bleached winter, 75c. a SOe.; do., natural do., 72c a 73c.; olive, casks, $1 15 a $1 18; do., casus. $4 25 a $4 50. Pktuolkuh.?Tire market for reliueo waa strong and advancing. Crude In bulk was quoted at 7c. for prompt and 7%c. for month; do., in bbla.. at 10c. for promptand lie.lor month. Refined, standard white, 141,0. a 14%c. for promnt ami 11 '*c. a 14%c. for month; cargo lots, 14t?c. a 14120. Naphtha, 11c for prompt and month; casus quoted at I7%c. a I7%c. Philadelphia was quoted at 13%c. a 13%c. for prompt and month; cargo lots, UJ^a a Ikxc. Baltimore waa quoted at 13%c. fur prompt and montli; cargo lots, 13>4c. Provisions.?Receipts?Pork, 185 packages; beef, 35 do.; cut meats, 314 do.; lurd, 156 do. The market for pork was decidedly higher and fairly active. Tim sales embrace 4??J bola. new mesa at $22 50. Pur future delivery 250 bbls., seller Octobor, at $22 50; 1,250 bbla. buyer October, at $22 65; 500 bbla at $22 62%, and 500 bbla., for January or February delivery, at $20 25. Dressed hugs were quoted at loiqo. a 10%a Beef and heel haiua were neglected and nominal at about previouSjpricea Bacon waa quiet; quoted at Etc)*. for city loug clear Cut meats were quiet and nominal, l.ard was higher, hotli for Immediate and future delivery, with sales of 75 tierces prime city at 13%a, 50 tiurcoa do. at 13J4C, 1,250 tierces, October, at 13 15-lt>c., and 50U tierces, seller November, at 13>4c. Butter?'l'ho uiurket was quiet aud prices were without decided change. Wo quote:?State, good to choice, 29c a 31c.; do., common to good. 20c a 28c.; Western creamery, fair to choice, 27c a 32c.; Western tubs, fair to choice, 10c a 20c.; Western Unserve and Michigan, taw to choice, 17c a 20c. Cheese?The market waa liriu. with a good shipping deniaud at about former pricea We quote State factory, commou to fancy, 4c a ll)tjc.; do., part skim, 4c a 7c ; dairies, faucr, full cream, 9c. a 1 lc ; ao., fair to good, part skim, 2c. a 6c.; skims, 2c. a 4c; Ohio factory, common to fancy. 3c a 11c Hick was steady, with roles of 50 casks Carolina at 7%a a Ha 8c.; 2U0 hhis. Louisiana at 7%aaHa. aud loo bags Kan goon at 6%c. a 6%c. We anote;?Carolina, fair to prime, i%c. a HLc.; Louisiana, 6)4c. a 8%c.; fair to prime and com mon qualities down to 5%e.; Rangoon, 6%c. ati%o., cur sency; Patua, 7c. a 71*0., currency; Kaugoon, in bond. 2J ... . . _ - %?? u2;Lc. per lb., gold, essb. bUGAK.?The market tor raw waa steady, with sale* of 60 boxes molasses sugar at 7c, and sou do. do. at 7%c Ketincd was quiet and unchanged. We quote :? Fair refining, 7\c.; good do., 8c; Cuba, grocery, fair to choice, 8%c. a 8:>,c.; do., centrifugal, hbu& aud boxes, Nux. 8 to 13, 8c. a 9c ; do., molasses, nlida and boxes, 6J*c. a 7%c.; Porto Kioo, refining, common to prime, 7%'c. a K>,c.; do., grocery, fair to choice, 8%c. a 8%c. ; standard A, 10?4e. a 18%c.; off A, lOJso a 10%o.; crushed. 1 l%c.; powdered, 10%c.; granulated, io%a a it>%c. ; yellow, 9c a 9%c. ; extra C, 9%c- a 10c ; cut loaf, 11J?C StkaKINK was quiet and unchanged. 'Tallow.?The market was quiet. Whiskkv.?Keceipts, 621 bbls. The market was easier. The sales were 2UU obis at $1 18%. Freights.?The market was quiot, both for vessels on the berth and charter, but rates were steady in all departments. The engagements wore :?'To Liverpool, by steam, 350 bules cotton at 15-32d., 400 boxes bacon at 35a. and 5,1100 boxes cheese at 4i>s. To London, by steam, 4.UU) boxes choose at 4>lv , and, by sail, 4,000 bushels grain (relet) at 9>4d. The charters were as follows:?A Norwegian bark, hence toCork for orders, with 2,200 quarters grain at 6s. 8d.; another, hence to Havre, with 3,500 bbla naphtha at 4s. 10%d.; a British bark, hence to (llasgow, witli 3,000 quarters grain at Us. and about 2.000 bbls. tlour at 2s. 7%d.; a tlerinau burk, from Philadelphia to tiie German Baltic, wltb 3,600 bills, re lined petroleum at about 5* ; a Britisli bark, from Baltimore to Antwerp or Bremen, with 5,000 bbla do. do. at is. Ud. DOMESTIC MARKETS. Galveston, Oct. 11.1875. Cotton firm; good demand; middling, 13c; low mid dling, 12,'jC.; good ordinary, 11 \c. Net receipt*, 7.53J baios. Exports coastwise, 298 Block. 39,31(1 New Oklkan*. Oct. 11. 1875. Cotton firm; In good demand; middling, 13%c.: low mid dling, 12>4c. ; good ordinary, 12c Net receipts, 7,020 bales, gross, 9.368. Exports to France, 3,7o2; coastwise, 2,260; Continent, 2,616, Bales, 3,500. Stock, 476J84. Mobile. Oct. 11, 1875. Cotton firmer; middling. 12J4c. a 12%o.: low middling, 12>4c a 12%c.; good ordinary tlj?c. a 11%'c. Net receipts, 2,586 bales; gross 2.589. Exports coastwise, 1,813. bales, 22400. Stock, 16,589. Savannah. Oct 11. 1875. Cotton firm; middling, 13c.; low middling, 12%c.; good ordinary, 12c. Net receipts, 6,546 bales: gross, 6,120. Ex ports to the Continent, 2,014; coastwise, 1,533. Sales, 1,914. Stock, 45,475. ( HABUtNTON, Oct. 11, 1875. Cotton steadv; middling. 13%c. a 131*0. , low middling, 12Vc.; good ordinary, 12c Net reoeipls, 4,072 bolea Ex ports coastwise, L43U. Sales, 1 a>00. Stock. 36,199. WlXJIINGTON, N. C., Oct. 11, 1875. Spirits turpentine quiet but 11.m at 36c. Hosin firm; strained, $1 35. Tar steady at $1 50. Bt-rrALO, Oct. 11, 1875. I.ake receipti?Flour. 8.650 bbls.; wheat, 137,000 bushels; corn, 60,0UO do.; oats. 63,000 do.; barley. 2,700 do. Kailrosd receipts?Flour, 6,(XXJ bbls.; wheat, 25,000 bushels; corn, 28,i*J0 da; oats, 63,000 do.; barley, 20,(*l0 do. Kailroad shipments?Flour, O.oou bbls.; wheat, 44,hOO bushels; corn, 108,000 do.; oats, 63,000 do.; barley,20,000 do. Lunal ship ments to tide water?Flour, 2,200 bbls.; wheat, 279,000 bushels; corn, 154,500 do.; oats, 186,000 do.; to interior poinur?Wheat, 16.OA) bushels; corn, 8,700" do. Canal Ireights?Wheat, 7%c.: corn, 6J*c; oats, 4%c., to New York, tolls included. In store?vV'heat, 142.923 bushels; corn, 217,055 do.; oats, 32,219 do.; barley, 68,062 do. Total, 460,259 bushels. Flour quiet and steady; sales, 82U barrels at unchanged rules. Wheat dull; sales, 2,500 bushels No. 1 Milwaukee Club at $1 28%c Corn quiet, higher, closing ?troug; sales, 28,OUO bushels No. 3 mixed Western, at U60 a 6i>%c. a 65%. Oats neglected; nominally, 40c. for No. 2 Chicago. Kye inactive ; none odered. Barley quiet; unsettled ; dealers will not quote transactions. Peas dull and unchanged. Malt quiet. Pork dull, at $21 a $24 25 for heavy mesa Lard quiet, at 14%c a 15a llighwliies nominally $1 17. Chicago, Oct. 11, 1873. Floor quiet, but firm. Wheat strong and higher: No. 1 Chicago spring, $1 13 a $1 14; No. 2 do., $1 10% u $1 10%, spot; sales at$1 06'44 a $1 087j, seller November; closed si ?P0*; ? $1 08%, seller November; $1 OH, seller December; $108%, seller all the year; rejected. 85%a Corn?Demand active and prices have advanced; No. 2 mixed 5?%a. spot; 55%c. bid, seller November; 4t)%c, seller all the year; rejected, 57'4c. Oats very firm ; holders are asking higher rates; No. 2, 35c., spot; 34%o. bid, seller October: 33c , seller Noveiu ; 32%,'. a 32%c., seller all the her; 32%c. a 32%c., seller all the year; njected, 30%a a 31c. Barley firmer; held higher at 99c., spot; 95>^c., ^seller November^ Rye nomUially unolianged. firmer; held higher at $23, spot; $22 75 Seller October; $20 sollor November. Lard steady and firm si $13)4 spot, $12 62% seller November. Bulk meats quiet but linn ; shoulders, 9%c. a ?%c.; short rib middles. 13%c. a l.lfif.; short clear middles, 14c. Whiskey quiet but firm at $1 14. At the afternoon call ot the Board, wheat unchanged. Corn firmer at 5tH4c. October, 56)*c November. Oats firmer at 35%c., caib: 33%c. November. Pork higher at $22 80 October. Lard unchanged Kceeipts?8.UOO bbls. fiour, 149.UAJ bushels wheat, 99,000 do. corn, 67,000 do. oats, 82.000 do. barley, 7,000 do. rye. Sldptnents?12,000 bids, fiour, 84,000 bushels wheat. 145,000 do. corn, 92,000 do. oats, 27,(XX) do. barley, 22,000 do. rye. PRINTING CLOTHS MARKET. Providmucx. R. I.. Oct. II. 1175. Printing cloth* steady At 4}ac. a 4Sc. lor standard And extra 64x04, with Tow sales. CHEESE MARKETS. Lirrut Pali.*, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1*75. There were sold 0,3f>0 cheese to-day At from 13c. a Ul>4c. Utica, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1875. Olieeif?9,000 boxes offered here to dor and 5,000 boxes sold at 13c. a ia;4c. fur Septembers And 12,'*c. a 12?4c. fur Augusts. HAVANA MARKET. Havana. Oct. 11 . 1875. Spanish gold, 228 a 228%. Exchange quiet And un changed. Sugar quiet and uuchangod. EUROPEAN MARKETS. Lognoit. Oct 11?Evening.?Linseed cake. ?10 15s. a ?11 per ten. Spirits of turpentine, 24* per cwt' Livkupuul, Oct. 11?Evening?Spirits uf turpentine, 34s. per cwt. FINANCIAL. August bklmont a co. Bankers, 19 and 21 Nassau street, issue Travellers' Credits, Available in All parts ef the world, through the Messrs. 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See Pamphlet, 50 cents, aunt Creo; read and profit. MARTIN A BENNETT, IBB Montague street, Brooklyn, K. Y. A LADY WANTS TO HIRE BY OCTOBKK 14 $1,000 until January 1, for which I will pay good interest and give ? clear mortgage on $S,(XJ0 worth of nice furniture In sured for #6.500. fn it 30-room house, three years' lease, and filled with good paying boarders, with good indorscr. Only honorable parties heed address E. COLONY, box 171) Herald office. A lady, having an elegant house in a central location, near Fifth avenue, wishes an lm<ne diate loan of $6<J(), for the use of which she will give a pleas ant room and board; security given. Address Mrs. 0. L. P., Herald Uptown Brunch office. / CALIFORNIA MINING STOCKS.?SOME OF Til EM lo1 are perfectly safe as investments, paying regular divi dends of twenty to forty per cent. Orders executed by tele graph for any quantity desired. Telegraphic quotations and other information furnished. WILLIAM WARD, No. 5 Brood street, Drexel Building. /" tOUNTY, TOWN, CITY OR VILLAGE BONDS, AND \J oveiy other description of securities, current or nucur rent, of Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota, bought by 0. 8C11 LEW, Milwaukee, Wia Depositors in tiie krkedman s savings bank can be anted iu obtaining their checks for the first dividend. SAM. L HARRIS. bf>8 Broadway, cor. Bond st Excelsior savings bank, corner of twenty third street and Sixth avenue. New York.?Interest com puted and compounded January and Jtilv. Interest paid six per cent. Interest commences the 1st of the mouth next fol lowing the deposit. Batik open dally; also Monday, Wednes day and Saturday evenings. JOHN B. PHWITT, President. II. K. TnrRBKn Vice President. Gnu. C. Wauio, See. Eu U ROPE AN FUNDS TO LOAN ON NEW YORK AND vn Property; principals only; no bonus; also and Buildings fn courso o" Leaseholds and Buildings in courso of erection. DUGAN A WETZEL, U2 Broadway, New York. I always have money to loan on good new York critv Mortgages, without bonus. Principals desiring to BORROW OK INVEST uj.ply GRANT. 145 Broadway. JOHN a PIERCE, NO. 5 PINE STREET, HAS SOME estate money to loan at six par cent interest for three year* on first class New York city improved real estate. Money to loan?on first mortgages, with out bonus; on second and leasehold mortgages at eo-sy terms. GEO. W. STAKE, 150 Broadway, room h. VALUABLE MANUFACTURING STOCK TO EX chauge for non-dividend ltullroad Stock or Dry Goods. Address, stating altera interview can bs hod, a HARRI SON, Worcester, Mass. TITEST WISCONSIN RAILWAY COMPANY. ?T The committee appointed at the general mooting of the first mortgage seven per cent land grant bondholders, held at Cannon Street Hotel, London, on the 15th of Sep tember, give notice that a circular by the committee, explan atory of tiie position of the company's affairs and the course the committee recommend, may be obtained on application at tlic offices of Messrs. Nay lor, Benson A Ca. Nu. 34 Old Broad street, London, E. C-, or Messrs. Naylor A Co.. ill) and 101 John street. New York, or it will be sent by post to such bondholders as furnish them with their addresses. By order of the committee. J. F. TAPE. Offices of Messrs. Naylor, Benson A Co., 34 Old Broad street, London, K. 0.; Messrs. Naylor A Co., 99 and 101 John street. New York. j QQQ-fB.OO) TO ljOAN 0N_ bond and mokt. gage for throe years. Inquire of ANTHONY MOWBRAY, 131 East Seventy eighth street. $28 000 ?Tf S1X-PKR-CENT. IN. SUMS_ OF I,Ott) to $10.1 KJ0, on U rst cl ass city Prop er! v ; mortgages bought. Principals apply to K. G. LOCKE, IB!) Eighth street, near Broadway. Al HO HfWl ?WANTED, PUR INVESTMENT IN ?lUU^vvU. First Mortgages upon selected Pittsburg (Pa.) Property; best references furnished. For particulars address W. Jt. B.. Herald office. 4>oKn nnn T? i,uan 0N BBi M/ this city, Brooklyn ESTATE IN Westchester comity, for a term of years, without bonus. JOHN F. CONRKY, liW Broadway, room 9. $500 000 ~T? L?AS ?S rIK8T'CLARS NKW York and Brooklyn property, in sums to E. L. SPENCER, 61 Pine St. lllSIMISS OFPOKTUIVITIES. A RAKE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.?TO BE DIS puseu of, at an enormous sscriflco, the Klitom and machinery anil good will of an old established and drat class Ale Brewery; best location 111 the eitv ; building is on favourable lease. Apply on premises, 14b East Forty -second street. A GENTLEMAN OK GOOD BUSINESS yUALIKK "A tions and large experience and who can furnish first class references is about to leave New York to settle in San Francisco, and is open to represent any commercial house, sell goods on commission or make useful business arrange ments. Address SAN VltAMGUOO, Uerald otliee. A MANUFACTURER OK LADIES' FANCY GOODS in constant demand by lending wholesale and retail houses throughout the trude and mostly ou orders, wants a Partner and capital lor working stock; no outlay lor machinery. Apply to OKIGG8 A CARLKTuN, OH Broad way. A -FOR SALE -THE ONE HALF INTEREST IN a business established In 1M57; an income of $2,500 Seariy secured to investor. Apply to my agent, LLOYD, 29 roadway. A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR A MAN WIT1I $.'110 to il.OUU to engage In a business that u ill pay him $2,.'>00; long established; security. REAL ESTATE OF FICE, 28 West Twenty-ninth street. BUSINESS WANTED-WILL GIVE FAST TROT ting Horses, fine Carriages and unincumbered Real Kt tate for any good Business. Particulars of FRANKLIN, at n's stable, 47 Great Jones street Tollman < FT O. D.?ANY PERSON WISHING TO DISPOSE OF \j? a respectable business requiring a capital of about $1.0ilU, in which a man of moderate Ideas, by devoting bis whole time, can make a fair living, nray find a cash pur chaser by addressing BUSINESS, Herald office. IjlOR SALE?LEASB AND FURNITURE OF HOTEL 1 and Dmlng Rooms; established .'<5 years; on the Euro pean plan. Inquire of WASHINGTON WEBER, 145 West Twenty-sixth street. TjlOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR REAL ESTATE?A X valuable Patent, superior to all others for same pur pose; large ami profitable sales easily made. Address ROTARY, box 2,065 Post office. New York. (NROCERY FOR SA LB?INCLUDING STOCK AND X Fixtures, doing a first class trade. In a large village, ono hour from city; other bylines* reason for selliug. Ad dress K., box 167 Herald office. Having more practice than i am ablb to attend to, I would take a liberal physician as partner on reasonable terms. Dr. 8HATTUOK, Bridgeport, Conn. I WILL PAY A GOOD BONUS FOR LOAN OF $11X0100 on country property, worth FA'ajdJOO, and pay ing $13,000 rent per annum. Address T. E. WILtiUN.box 145 Herald Uptown Branch office. J^IBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS .?J of potatoes. Apples, Ac., for export. Orders from (hip pers solicited and promptly executed at lowest market prices. E. F. CUDLIPF A CO., 154 Maiden lane. Box 4,467 Post office. rpo LET FOR GROCERY BU8IN'ES8?ONE HALF OF X Market, No. 180 Eighth avenue, near Muetoeuih street. Inquire on the premises. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?WORKING MAN TO HU Vf perlntend light manufacturing bnstneaa; must have $1,600 cash; position permanent; reasonable hours: $2<> weekly and interest In profits. If satisfactory. Address II., box 4.195 Post office. "IV7"ANTED?A PARTNER WITH CAPITAL TO MANU. M faetur>< a new patent elliptic spring wagou. Can be seen and full particulars given by calling on patentee H33 Hudson street. New York. M. ULUCh. Vi J-ANTED-A PARTNER, WITH $3,01*) CASH. IN AN established smoking and Jobbing business ami ope rating in produce and provisions generally, in this city and nertiou with the Weal Address PROVISION.*!, ' in connection 177 Herald office WANTKD-A PARTNER. TO TRAVEL AS CASHIER In a lagitimate business that will pay f0O,(UO in six months. Apply, from 11 to ;t. at 90 Broad street, room 7. (IllCASH WluL BUY A LIGUT Ma>UFACTUK ing business; profitable ; easily managed, good* in great demand : will bear a close Investigation. II. PATTBKRU, 746 Broadway t'-l -PARTNER WANTED, FOR FINANCIAL OaOUUi ami office department of an established and profitable business; soceess guaranteed; money not all re quired down If party suits. Particulars ISAAC BIGOb, No. 6 Dcy street. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. ENGAGEO. Puwhkv?Jacob*.?Nnnday evening, October 10,18T5, Mr K. PloRSKY to Mifcs Katin Jacoho, both ot this city. MARRIED. Grant?Born ?On Monday afternoon, October U, at St. Aguee church. Forty third street, by Rev. Father Mcl'ownl, Katb K. Boyd to R. H. Chant, of kG rant pariah, Louisiana. Oaki.ky?Wiiitson.? On Monday, October 11, 1875, at the remdenco of the bride's ;>?retitd, by tho Rev. I W. Conk ling, l> D., Mr. So ton or Oaktky, of Brooklyn, N. Y., to Mlae Sahah Y. WmTMON, daughter of 1. Yoliiigs Whiteon, Esq., of thm city. Thomas?Liui.novox. -un Wednesday. Uctobcr 8. at the residence of the bride'b parent* by tho Rev. Dr. Curtis. J "UN H. Thomas, of Pawling, to St'siK K., eldest daughter of Daniel Ludington, Esq.. of Beekiuan. DIED. Booardi-b?On October 10. 1875, Mrs. Mart B ooar dtk, late wife of Jacob Bogardus, aged 3d years, 11 month* and 11 day*. The relative* and friends of the family are respect fully inv.ted to attend the funeral, at her late residence, on October 12, at two P. M., at Ka 60S West Forty tlurd street. Bracken.?October 10, 1175, JoHRJUS. the beloved son of Patrick aud Winifred Bracken, aged 6 yoars and lb months. Burial on Tuesday. October 12. at one o'clock P. M., from the residence of his parents, at Bull's Ferry, N. J. The friends ol the I unity are invited to attend. Clausen.?At Ui rford, Prussia, on Friday, Septem ber U4, Caroline, widow of the late Henry Clausen, in the 64th year of her age. Relatives and Mends are respectfully Invited to at tend the iuiieral, from .St Peter's church, corner of Forty sixth street and Islington avenue, on Wednes day afternoon, October 13. at one o'clock. Her remains Will be taken to Greenwood Cemetery. Courtier -On Sunday, October 10, Sarah Jxnt, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Phelps, aged 46 years. Alllictioiis sore a long tune the bore, And physicians tried in vain, Till God was pleased to give her ease, And took her from all pa;n. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral, which will take place Wednesday, October 13, at two P. M., from her mother's residence, 3uo E.mt Fitly seventh street Corcoran. ? On October 11, of diphtheria, the beloved daughter of James and Margaret Corcoran, aged 5 years, 5 months and PJ days. The relatives and friends of the family are requested to attend the funeral, from tho resident'- of her parents, No 104 West Thirty-second street, October 12, at two o'clock P. M. Coouey.?On Monday. October 11, at the residence of her parents, No. 8 rerry street, Mrs. Cor.nklla E. Coolby. Notice of the funeral hereafter. Cbowlky.?On Monday. October 11, after a long and painful lllnoas, Jclia Crowley. The relatives and frtend* ol the faknlly are respect, fully invited to attend tho funeral, from her late resi dence, 200 Eas| 119th street (Harlem), at nine o'clock, on Wednesday morning; thence to the Church of Sl Vincent Ferrer, Sixty-sixth street and LtAclfiglon ave nue, whore a solemn high mass of requiem will be offered for tho repose of her soul, and thence to Calvary Cemetory. , Day.?At West Hoboken, N. J., on Monday, 11th Inst., in her 38lh year, Maria, wife of Benjamin Day. Notice of funeral to-morrow. Donaldson.?On October 10, at Newark, N. J., after a long and painful illness, Henry Donaldson, in the 71st year of his age. Notice of funeral to-morrow. Du Bkrcsau.?On Friday, the 8th Inst., Margaret Ann Alexander, wife of Arthur Du Berceau, M. D. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, from St. Vincent de Paul's church, Twenty-third street, on Tuesday, 12th insk, at ton o'clock. D'Hkbvilly.?Suddenly, in Philadelphia, Charles D'Hkkvilly, aged 33 years. Fly NIL?On Sunday, October 10, Robert A. Vincfnt Flynn, aged 22 years. The relatives and friends of the family, also the Young Mou's Catholic Library Association, of St. Pat rick's Cathedral, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his Into residence, 67 Varlek street, on Wednesday, at half-past twelve. Funeral services at tho Cathedral at ouo o'clock; thenco to Calvary Cem etery for interment. Gallagiikk.?On Monday, Octobor 11, Carrie Gal lagher, youngest daughter of John und Fannio Gal lagher. Tho relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend tho fuueral, from their residence, 146 First ave nue, Wednesday, 13th inst., at half-past one P. M. Gidoings.?Suddenly, on Monday. 11th inst., Ham mond J., infant son of (leorgo H. und Julia M. Biddings. Relatives and friends are invited to tho funeral ser vices, at 307 Filth avenue, on Wednesday morning, at tun o'clock. Gorman.?On October 11, Michael Gorm an, a native Of Granard, county Longford, Ireland, aged .">8 years. His Ir.ends are respectfully invited to utlotul his fa neral, on Thursday, October 14, at two o'clock, from his laie residence, 327 Van Brunt Btrect, Brooklyn. Gkkhk.?On Sunday morning, at ten o'clock, after a short but severe illness, Anna Amelia Gkkhk,,aged 5 years and 19 days, daughter of Henry U. and Anna C. Grebe. Relatives and friends of tho family are respectfully invited to attend lho funeral, from the residence of her parents, No. (ISO Eleventh avenue, to-day (Tuesday), at one o'clock P. M. Griffiths ?On Sunday, October 10, Mary, widow ol the late Walter Jehu Gri'lUlhs, of Bath, England, uged 60 vears. Funeral from her lato residence, 148 Twenty-first street, South Brooklyn, on Tuesday, tho 12th, at two P. M. IIatheway.?On Monday, October 11, at the resi dence of A. B. Slmonda, Franklin avenue. Morrisania, Sarah B., daughter of 11 G. Hatheway, New Bedford. Funeral at one o'clock Tuesday, at the house. Inter ment at New Bedford, Wednesday. Howard.?On Sunday, October 10, of diphtheria,. Li/zie Howard, aged 10 years and 10 months. The relatives nnd friends of tho iatnlly aro respect fully tnviied to attend tho funeral, from her late rest deuce, No. 308 East Eightictli street, on Tuesday, Octo ber 12, at two P. M. Jay.?On Monday, October 11, the Rev. Peter A. Jay, son of John C. aud Laura Jay, in the 35th year of his age. Funeral from Christ church, Rye, on Thursday, 14th inst., at hall-past ten A. M. Carriages will meet the nine A. M. train, New Haven Railroad, at Rye station. Kkane.?October 11, CiutisTorHKR Kkank, aged 18 years, at tho residence of his parents, 137 First avenue. Relatives aud friends of ,tho family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday, at two o'clock. Knight.?On Sunday, October 10, 1875, Nathaniel Knight, nged 75 years. The relutivos and friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral, this (Tuesday) after noon, at ono o'clock, frotn his late residence, No. 34 Cottage place. Boston and Maine papers pleaso copy. Leahy.?Mary Louise Lkahy, aged 3 years and 0 months. Funeral rrom me residence or her grandfather, John McUrath. No. 54 Busier street, on Tuesday, Oc tober 12, at half-past two o'clock, to Calvary t'omctory. McLLAsnr.?A solemn mass of requiem will be offered In St. Gabriel's church, Knst Thirty-seventh street, on to morrow (WodnsMday) morning, at ten o'clock, for the repose of the soul of Miss Jank Anna Mill ant, who died In India on iho 2.3d of last August. Relatives and friends and those of Dr. Henry James , Anderson are respectfully invited to be present. Moouks.?On Saturday, October 9, Cua&lJ] W. M'hihks, aged 61 yoars. Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to at tend the funeral services, at his late residence, avenue A and liuth street, on Tuesday, October 12, at four o'clock P. M. Interment at Hudson, N. Y. Mokaiian. ?At Spring Valley, N. Y., alter a short 111 aess, Sunday, October 10, Hoaa Mouauan, Jr., of Brook lyn, aged 25 years. ' Funeral will leave Hamilton ferry, Brooklyn, for Cemetery of the Holy Cross, Klatbush, Tuesday, October 12, at one o'clock I'. M. Relatives and friends are re spectfully iuvited to attend. Nostra no.?On Monday, October 11, of diphtheria, Brktir, eldest son ef J. K. and Mary N'ostraud, agod 2 years and d months. Relatives and friends are invited to u'lend the funerB" from the residonce of his parents. No. 178 Kust Seventy eighth street, on this (Tuesday) evening, at half-past ?even o'clock. Remain* to be interred at Sprnigileld, Parkkr.? On Monday, October 11, JtASXRrr, slaugh ter of William and Jane Parker. Nearer, my God, to Thee. The relatives aud friends are respectfully Invited fo attend iho funeral, from her lato residence, No. riliS Greeuwich street, on Weduosday afternoon, at four o^clock. Swansea (Wales) papers please copy. Paavkr.?On Sunday, October Id, Mary A., wifo of Albert M. Palmer, aged 4t? years. The funeral services will bo held at her late residence, No. 21d Kast Eighty-fourth street, on Wednesday, Oc tober 13, at one o'clock P. M. Plu.nkktt.?On Sunday, October 10, Michael J. Plcv EBTT, aged 21 years, 6 months and 10 days. The friends of the family, also the members of Com pany P, Eighth regiment, N.U.S.N.Y., aro respect fully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his father, 218 Ninth avenue, on this day (Tuesday), at half past one o'clock. Root.?On Saturday, October 9, 1875, alter a brief Illness, at the residence of her son-lu law, Watson J. Hildreth, No. 304 I Aldington avonue, Mrs. Hknry W. Boot. Funeral service will be held at St Albans' church, at twelve o'clock, noon, Wednesday next. Her remains will be taken to Woodlawn cemetery. Rochester (N. Y.) aud Philadelphia (Pa) papers please copy. Savaoa? After s short Illness, on Monday, October 11, 1875, John Author Savagk, aged 37. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral, from his late resi dence, 1,289 Broadway, on Wednesday, the 13th tnst, at ten o'clock A M. The remains will be oonveyed to i Greenwood Cemetery for interment. Travis.?On Monday, October 11, at her residence, ?93Wllloughby avenue, Brooklyn, Keancina, wile or Jesse Travis, in the 53d year of har age. Notice of the funeral hereafter. Wadsworth.?At bis residence, 257 West Twenty third street, on Monday evening, October 11, John Wai>sworth, of this city. Notice of funeral hereafter. Watkrhocsk.?At Mount Vernon, N. Y., on Satun day, October9, 1876, John Wathhuoisb, In the 76th year of his age. The relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend his funeral, from the residence of his son. No. 4 LeSbrta place. Brooklyn, N. Y., on Tuesday, October 12, at three o'clock Williams.?-In Rome, Italy. April 3, Rev FRsnEBtci W. Wii.uams, only son of the lato Dr. Merrill W. WIN | llama Relatives and friends of the family are Invited to at ! tend the funeral, on Wednesday, October 13, at thres I o'clock, at the residence of tils brother In-law, Robert ! M. Gallaway, No. 116 Kaat Thirty-sixth street > WtitlsTos.?On Saturday, October i>, Grrtrcbi B? I nxcaa, daughter ot William S. and Elisabeth Wllliaton. Relatives and friends ure respectfully invited to at tend her funeral, Iroin iho re.-laen.e of her parents, I No 173 Henry street, on Too. day, the 12th lust, at on! o'clock P. M. Ykrxsn. ?On Sunday, October 10, after a Iingerin| ' Illness, John Ykrkkn, aged 39 years, lu months aud i ' ' 'Relatives an.I friends are respectfully Invited to at tend iho funeral, from ft John's Lutheran church 1 Christopher siren, near Bleecksr, on Wednesday, 1 October Id. -it half oast oua o'clock.