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The Dullest Day of the Year?
Stocks Lower and Feverish.
Money on Call Three Per Cent?Government
and Railway Bonds Finn?Some In
vestment Shares Lower.
WaM. 1
Tpksdat, Msy 10?b 1*. 11. j
The record of a twelvemonth pasi ha* not shown a
guller five hours'busluess than has to day. The usual
monotonous click of the telegraph machine was as In.
(requeul to llu> ear us is the bum ol' Insects ou a hot
summer noon, and tho vocation of operators proved a
sinecure. At the one o'clock call the board room was
literally abandoned, and tho chairman in his soMtude
unconsciously quoting Tom Moore, may have soliloqui
?? I leel like one
Who treads *lon? ?
Soiue banquet bail .'Mart** *
Nevertheless brokers have appetites whether "school
keeps or not," and they hud {one off ostensibly lo
luncheon, which uow-a-days mostly means a pull at
"bold John Barleycorn " and an eleemosynary rep ist
o! crackers and cheese. A variation of one hair per
tent was alwut nil the interest that the day's market
afforded, and though a fractional drop at tho close of
business created rome activity to transactions, it was
only noticeable as lu comparison with tho extreme
Halo of 'ethargy which had preceded It The result,
however, wus to close np prices at the lowest points of
the session, and was attributable to no stroncor reason
iban a vague report that the Commodore ws? not so
The stock of the New Jersey Central KnllrosJ may lie
taken as almost the solo exception to the above re
marks, as It suffered a decline from 94'4 to 92)* and
was offered at the latter figure at tho clo-je. The feeling
with regard lo it is very bearish, and the Iroe offerings
?f stock on seller BO option at from 2 lo 2X per cent
kelow the regular price is producing a demoralising
rffect. Western I'nion pursued the even tenor of its
tray, ?s though the wicked Atlantlo and Pacific had
censed from troubling and the approaching dividends
were assured. Nevertheless there was more interest
taken In the proce-s of pneumatic tube laying outside
than there was lu tho price of shares Indoors, and many
i timid stockholder looked doubtfully at the trench
trhtch seemed likely to swallow np pipes and profits
The aggregate of the days' dealings would scarcely
present a sum In simple uddltlon difficult enough to
bother a boy in a primary school, and i?r lor the other
rnles of subtraction and division brokers havo stud
led them so thoroughly lor tbo last year or two lbut
lhcy have got them by heatt. Tliero Is no greater
request lor money than heretofore, :t per cent being
.lie rato on call and 4 per cent lor as manv^months
rius cheapness Is far from reassuring as to a speedy
improvement In business, and rather betokens a dull
ind inactive summer. /
The following table shows tho opening, highest and
lowest prices of the day :?
Opening. Highrtt, Lotcrtt.
New York Central 110'? 110*4 110,
Harlem 1H8 l>fi 138
Krie UV 14% 14'*'
Ijike Shoro 64% 664'?
Wabiisli Vi *7i
Korth western 40 40
Korihwesiern preferred.... 6069S'
Rock Island 106 l-l jn,s
Pittsburg 93 0.?S 9.1
Milwaukee and St. Paul 38 .V 37
Milwaukee and St Psuipref. 041^ t>J ^ 04
Ohio and Mississippi 17 t'; lH*i
New Jersey Central 94t< t?? t* 92'?
Del., l^ck. and Western.... 10* \ l?'c \ 107',
I'nion Pacific 82>, OJ!, C2 l,
C., C. and I. 0 4*4 4'4 4 1 4
Western Union lie1; flfi'a
Atlantic snd Pacific Tel 1S>4 lH-4 18
Pacific Mall 20*,' 20',' 20'f
Panama 131 131 131
The sales to-day amounted to about 43,000 shares.
CI OS I Mi MUCK*?3 r. H.
Pacific Mall.... V0>4 a *|t s? P pf 04 a ?4<i
? m La lei... Wis a <kt'? C, C.C * Iod.. 4M a 40
>11A Pac Tel. 171, a 18', V.U Ait'.. . 4U a 4*i
LnlrksilTer.... lf> a l<i>, Oel, I. .* W... ,1<>7 a 107'4
t'uicksllvei pi. n % a -2 Krte 14V a 14',
Mar LA Mia. ?i? a 7 ilui. .* St Jo . 14 -4 a 16)2
>i ?r 1. a ?i jit.. 7'? a N Ilan 1 M,lo pf . :i>, a :4>,
Adams Ki II".1, a III J.nke Shore.... 64', a M'i
An.crican Kx.. ?t!?, a Mleli Central.. 47fi a 47?,
t S K * press .. *ti a 71 H \ A I larleni. I Mm a 1 :<??
Wells-KartoK* *7\ a S8>; N V C A II lt llO'4 a 1IOV
Chle A A lion,. ??< a ?? N J Cen irj'4 a 12*2
:iev .1 Pitta . IVI a (lliln I Mlas... Il>', a 10?4
I 1:1 A N ... 4)1 a 4<", Panama l'JH1, a 1 :tI
I Mr a A W pi Ml>, a CD 'lolA Wall. . V? ? 3
lllrAKI .HKt, a lu"> I iiion Pacific.. a
fell A ttPaul. 37*4 ? 3* Mi?..mri Pae... 18 a 14
The following are the changes in closing prices com
pared with those of yesterday:?
AnvuM'K. ? At lull tic and I'nciflc Telegraph, X ; Pro
duiers' and Petroleum, Union Pacillc.,
Hkclimk.?Western Union, *,; SI. Paul, common, ij;
Rock island, >?; Pacillc Mail. ; Ohio and Missis
tippi, S; New Jerney Central, 2; Michigan Central,
laike Shore, K.rie, >4; Delaware mid Lackawanna,
stationary.?Allauilc and I'aciUc preferred, New
I'ork feutral, C., C. and I. C.; C, C., C. and L. Hanni
bal and SI. Joseph, preferred and commou, Harlem,
Illinois Central, Missouri Pacific, Norihacstcrn.com
nion and preferrod; Panama, Quicksilver, St Paul pro
Icrrcd, Wabash and gold.
Money was supplied all day on call losns st 3 per
rent, l'runo mercantile paper Is quoted at 4 and 6
per cent
Tho following were the rates of exchange on New
York at the undermentioned ctilos to-day:?Savannah,
(-10 premium; Charleston, '? a \? premium; Chicago,
60 premium; New Orleans, commercial, &1A, brink. \;
Cincinnati, 90 a 100 premium; St Iamiis, 10U premium.
Sterling oxebange was very quiet, prior asking rale*,
4W), and 4 90),; selling rates, 4.M a 4 and 4.89%
a4.90; retenmarks, M)t a96>4 and tM1, a ; cables,
W'i; prime Pans, 6.1J?4 a6.11<4.
It la announo-d that anoiber genersl reduction of
rat ex will shortly bo made by the Atlantic and Pacillc
Telegraph Company In connection with this fact,
whlcb will doubtless be welcomed by the business pub
lic, It is also stated that the lialtlmore and Ohio Ita U
road Company to-day transferred the business of tho
various offices ol tho line, including New York, Ronton,
Pbiladelptila, Washington and llalllinoro, to the Allan
tie aud Pacific Telegraph Company. Heretofore they
'lave used the wires and machinery of tho Western
I'nion Company.' The reduction referred to will make
the third that has taken plaoe, averagiug, ssv, a flvo
cent tail each timo ; aud when It is rememberedth.it
the Western Union Company alone hcni from 17,01)0,000
to 20.000,000 messages last year the immense benelit
tccrulng to the public will be readily appreciated.
7 H K not.ll MARKET.
Gold opened at ll'J.S- declined to 112'{ and recov
ircd to ll-Js. which was the closing price. Gold loans
aero made flat aud at 1, 1>?, 2S, 3 aud 31^ per cent for
Currency exchaniies $56,67(1,191
Curreucy balances :t.i?1>,l.'trt
Gold exchangee....? a,7.W.o^."i
Isold balances. 370,^6
Ihe following shipments have been made from San
Praocisro to the Kast dining the past lillcen dsys:?
Sold coin, $674,300; silver, $400,000; silver bars,
|KV4,il'J, and gold bars, $194,400. The specie engage
ments for to-morrow's stesmers thus far amount to
Th" United States Asustsnt Treasurer to-<!ay paid
?ut $79,000 gold for live-twenties redeemed, nnd
$404.CM) lor Interest lh? silver payments lo-dsy
were as lollows:?$17,970, to 109 applicants, under the
|100 limit; and $'Jl.t>;Ki under the $400 limit, and
(37,464 on silver drafts, total lor day, $77,004. Hank
Botes received for redemption to day, $600,000; reve
? ac receipts, $-0n.i*)0; customs receipts, $600,001
tiovxaxaRMT n<?na.
Government bonds closed strong st the following quo
tations :?L'niteJ States currency sixes, 1-7 a 127 'j;
do do., 1881, registered, I'Jl*, a 1?J1%; do. do., do.,
eonpon, UtK?lU)(i do. do , 1H?4, registered, 114^
?114'?; do. do., ao., coupon, 1111* all4',; do da,
$?., now, registered, 119a 11VS ; 'tok rtoi, do., do.,eonpon,
118,'< a 119 ',; do. d?<., lfW7, registered, 121 a 121'?;
to. do., oo., coupon,^21 a 121 Si; do. do., 1WH, regis
iored, a lil'* ; do. da, do., coupon, 1-Ji? a 123 ?;
la ten-lortles, registered, 117>?a 117J?; do. do., coupon,
U8X ?li'Jf; rto- ftTP*'1M1, rri|,t*r'^
ta da, do., cou|mc, IK)*' a 117t4'.
TUc exports of producc from this port lor tbc week
ending to-day were (S 7S0.3.V), against $4.100,Ml Iter
tbe corresponding week la 1875, ltd $0,004,064 Id
1874. Tbe total exports of produce from tbo port slnca
January 1, this year, were $ *1,428,884, against
|4S>.'.'.M.il8 for iho eorresponding period In 1876, and
$10",304,858 ID 1674.
In Investment shares the following were tbe ruling
pricesMorris anil Essex, 10S\; *cw Jersey Rwl
nmd. ISA1,; New York and New Haven, 146; IMawaro
and Lackawanna, 10H a 107?%; New Jersey Central, 04'4
a 94 a9?J){; Ruck If laud, 106; Cleveland and Pittsburg
guaranteed, 93 >i; Producers' and Petroleum, 112)i o
113Ji a 113; Wells-Fargo Express, R7T, a 87*f; Ameri
can, fi- 'j; Adams, 111; Delaware and Uuiison, 110',
a 111.
Tbe London advices report tho rate ot discount in
the open market lor three month*' bills at 1'< a 1per
cent, or \ u per cent l?low the Hnnk rate, Con
sols ar? steady and Untied States bonds tlrm. Bullion
to the amount nl ?5-f>,0000 went inio tbo Rank of
Kogiand on I alance to-day. The following are Iho hall
piat lour o'clock P. >1. quotation*:?Consols lor money,
flfl '4 u Oil* J; da lor account. ? 186.V* sold at 104 '4 ;
T>il7's, 100*i(; ten forty bonda, 107'^ a 107S; few
lire*, lonv.;; Erie, UY! da preferred, 21 a 23. The
financier aavs practically there la no market for
money on Iho Stock Exchange. In Paris Rentes are
105f. 17)(r.
Railroad bonda were tlrm on a small business. St.
I Paul consolidated sinking lunds were in demand at 89.
Northftest consolidated gold coupons declined to 93X,
and Tniou Pacific sinking funds to 91. Harlem cottpon
: flr?ts brought 11(J>4; do. registered, 110; New York Gen-"
' tral sixes of 1S87, 108; Western PnclIlea, 90,^; Dela
i ware and Hudson coupon sevens of 1894, 10S. In tho
1 afternoon the largest transactions wcro in Union I'aclfle
I nrsls and Krio fourths, the former advancing to 106^
| and the latter to 100. Central Pacifies rose from 107?f
to 108 J*. Union Pacific land grant* sold at B0Fort
Wavne seconds at 111, Northwest consolidated at 102v4',
(ialona and Chicago flirts at I0<l, St. Paul consolidated
i 7 3-10 at 98, and New Jersey Central convertible st 103.
| The following wero the closing quotations for Pacific
! Railroad bonds:?Union firsts, 106 !kf to lOS^! do. land
grants, 99 y to9fl>?; do. sinking funds, 91 to 01^; Con"
; trals, 108% to 10?S.
Bank abares wero rather more aetlro and sold ss
I follows:? American Exchange, 100H; Commerce, 116;
i Fourth National, 90; Republic, 78; Central National,
i 101
STATU nouns.
j In State bonds the dealings wero unusually active in
; Tenncssces, which rose to 43% for old and to 42 (br
I new.
ftfiLanKLrnu stocks
The following are the Philadelphia stock quotations
at three o'clock this day:?
Bi< I Atktd.
City sixes, old 104 ?
City sixes, new 108* 10S*
I'niten Companies ot New Jersey 134V 13iS
Pennsylvania Railroad fi2)4 .12
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad... 44 44'?
l.eblgh Valley Railroad 68
Catawisaa Railroad preferred 4041
Philadelphia and Erie Railroad 18 18'{
Northern Central Railroad 34'? :u
I.eiiigh Navigation 4.\?i 4(i
]<ehigtt Navigation Hold I.oan 103J? lOM'f
Tho following are the closing afllctal prices ol mining
stocks to-day:?
Consolidated Virginia 74 Crown Point 16*?
rnlifornia 79*? Yellow Jacket :i3?<
Segregated Belcher 79 Alpha 68*{
Ophlr fi.1 Helcber 21 Vf
Ciiollar 87,'f Contldenee 20 >4
Sarnpo 19.'a Sierra Nevada lflVJ
Consolidated Imperial .1>j Exchequer 20^
Mexican 31 <4 Overman (19
(lould A Curry. 17.'i Justice 27X
Rest ft llelebor 67 ?4 Caledonia 8*f
Hale A Norcioss 02,S?
Tumiiat, May lfl, 18TH
.'>0 ihi Ail A PicTtl.
aoimi A K I RK 1W
IflVt' 100 aha Mirh Cen |3
?ii Wait I'd Tel.
140() do
W*i do at
1(?| Psc Mail SR e
KM do
8 HI llo
4(*> do
:?io d?
Mini do
KliRrleKK. I4*J
100 do ?:? I4<S
mill Mirli ?>11 KK ?
20 .
|in do
201) do
? (I) do
1<MI Mil A SlPRRpr
:?*? 1. 8 * M S Kit ..
1I?( do ?3
10 do
4U) do
18 O do ..i3
100 do
ion Mil A Ml P KK ....
It* i do i3 :w
54 J,
10:15 ASM) 11:30 A. II.
f|i 000US .'>-20,r,'OA. 114*, f60000U8Vi.10.40.rbe 1 l~9g
ltKkk) I 8 .vail, c, '0S.n I ID Mom I r< fi'?. r, '81... 11">4
101) i A-20, r, '< 8, n be I IDf
10 O V*M.r. <.7.. 121
r 10-40, r. in?j
4000 do..
5ix?i L' S S'a. e, 'HI.
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14UO* M if S 1' roll a I.
anoo <; * s .? i c ?? u.
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Ham Oil K A M Int..
run' 1* A Anil new..
aum.N \ CenH'i.'nT.
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lull I'll Pup KK 1st..
17HOO do
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fa*) do
1 mi WrM 1'iir liomli.
1011) lit Went lit. '88.
lull (it Weil 2d
2 (10 (Tint, fJIOb.be
MUl LAN rou. w
fitllODA llr7Vilibcl>3 HX
72 kIh A mar r x Hk lOH'jj
|<IU Hit ?r Coin ||r>
4H Fourth N?l Hk .. tNI
40 Hk of l.etoiblie.. - 78
H Central Xat Hank. I1 1 s
lOUi-IA IInil Can.. lloJa
f? ilo Ill
21k) Quick M In |>t.. b 21
21*1 I' C 1. A I' Co be 11V.
KNi Maryland l'?al....
AO ilo be
40 A A P Tel J> c
8 n ? hi Vn i?l...b c
21?1 do
Hi) no ?'<
1 II do *4
Ml llo b.t
5o do
ltaOl'm ...all SK.be.
2i <1 d v nil
B0A1U>?!0:Srt K. H.
r> ahiAilam* Expreia 111
8 Ainer Kx bo IC'K
111) WellB-Kargo...
Il?i ilo... _..
87 1
b 0 *71i
2i XYC AIIK-bc opc IIOX
turn Erie RR be.ii 14>?
A Ml do.
IH) do
Hk) do.
10) I'n Pa.- ><l'..bc.b?
10 Clev A P k"I .b c
3D ' b.Ji 11 .-...bc.iU
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ilo e M?,
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1"7 Jo
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In 1.1111 1 St I'.. bc.b3
3IO Mil A St P pf.bc.i3
."?ill do
100 do aMI
A St L, 1 MtlS. bc
O* X V. XII Jl II be I.'A
10 I'ae Klt or Mo be 13k
1". X .1 KK be 1.1A*
211 Mor * EialtR. be l(?.l4
10 Mo. K A Tax. be II
1 11 Icl) CeiiltK.be.il
11*) do
101 do e
RKKoltK CAM.?I'i:10 P.
f.V*K> II A 3 J 8'i.c..*3 7?S 10) ih? I'ac Mali SS.?3
Ml I 1 ft I'ae ? I ? t !?!
:? ?m Krle .lib 111 l<Kt
lUO?h.PCl. A I'Co. 1I2S
4iu U 11 M'k Co I > I ??
2iii \t e?i l ii Tel oi',l?
:?ri Krte hi. 14 ?,
2i O 1 ac Mall 20>4
211) do >10 Mi:,
f.'Of*) Terr ?'l, old....
Stil) do
lull) do be
1. mi do
."ami Tenn ?!'?. n
411.0 M A SP7;M0te. H8
4i" >. a M I* cull ? 1 ' U
41 no t'UI A X W eon. 1 <U'4
flilUl) liaison A O l?t.. lot
:?aMI l-.n?* 41b mi . .. |i?l
It**) Cod K A M ill 87
4UII t I' lal.C .It i> or ICO4
lOtmCen I'nr ybl toll 11 '7 4
g.VMi 1 ti Pac ItK 1 it.. lnTC^
tl'tll) do IO i>,
?t*)i? I n Pac7'?. 1 s? '.'t*',
Iihii I'a. ol M11 l>t. . DtJi
?jititP, Kt ? A i Jd. Ill
.00 Del A II r, 'HI... 110
IO l> X II Can be 11' \
10 ?
2<) 1
? t
111***) r 8 O'l. enr ?... 127?,'
lir 11 C A O lit. c on. '?'!)14
1.000 f P III. 8t J br. 02
.V 1111 ?? r 1 a. pobl ?? I' 8'^
looo X Y f en M i.'KS. lot 1,
lt?) ?> X J Cencon*.. . IOi
Iiiii D A. It r.'Xl.. .. Ill
link) I 1 ar 1.1. Iat.b3 <"-'S
,4111 do IO
ItklMii PC LA P Co. 113
70111 Ion tl Co.. ..??? ? I'n
Htm da ... >IU I.N
2"i I n PacKR b t ? 2*i
4.IC. f.CAIRK 4M
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11) 1 Mleli 1 en Kli ... 47.?
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1.1 ( III, II A g RR ... 110
1 o I
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10 I'n I'ae IIR . .. tljW
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$?kk)i-20.e.T.7.. be I21>k' f IUOUO CS V?,10-4o.c.
Cf; -.ill On Con Coal, be 4i
luo ilo alio 4n
100 r C I. A pro..be 112*i
ikli en I 11 Tel. ...b e
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2? ID, 1. .1 tVKH.bc*3 107??
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4 ii Ohio A MI11 Kit. HC,
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Commercial mitlleri wcro wlihottt important rhantre,
the ntorclmndiaw market.4 a rnle reniHialn^' in 11 ?ute
ol 'iuieindn wltbuut apiiarrni rhingo to va.'nei. At
1 tic Produce Kxclii?ug*? flour wm quirt, inti without nil
l>ort?nt chnnjic in ^ririK Wliem ti* f.urly artlvo mil
tinner. Com wax tticudy Imt lei* active, (lata were
gulet. Whlakry dull bui brat. Pork and lard anMtlled
and decidedly lover. Potion *11 steady. Coffee wm
quiet. Navel were quiet. Oils were steady. Pctro
leum wri dull. Sugur was firm.
A*11 km were Mulct bat steady at 6J4C. t.^e. for pott.
Pearl* were nominally at 7c.
Aximoxr quiet at IS&e. sold. 21 Mike eold at ?
fraction under ilie quoted price.
Hi-.***** wiw quoted at !J7c. lor Houlhcrn and 30c. for
Bno.ik Coa* vai dull and unsettled. We quote :-Red,
a >e.; red tipped, 5c. a fie.: medium gree'n, 7 V- a He.
CaWDLtg were siea?y. We quote :-Sperm. 2Se.: eocrm.
patent. Macy'a, 38c.; stearic. B. Mltctael! A Co.'. (16oa.),
27c. n 28c.; adamantine (12, 14. 10 01.), I2.V a 17c.;
parafllne <4's. ?'s and I2's). 10c. a 20c.
< <? rtcr.?The market (or Klo was quiet. At Baltimore
A,'-.***) bag* Rio told, ex Adelaide, on private terms. Mild
coffee waa quiet. We quoteOrdinary cargoes, lft,V a
; fair do, 17 V a 171 tc.; good do., 17\c. :t 18c.;
prime do., 18 Va 18V-; extreme range for lot*, 1." V a
IB V; Santos, luir to good. 17c. a 17J^c., gold, ninety day*:
Java, government bags, 20c. a 22c ; do . grass
mats, 21c. a 24c.; Slt^-upars, do., 18,V i? 21*!.; Coy
Ion. 17Xc. a lite.; Maracaibo. ldc. a l?o.; Laguayra, I7V
a 18,V; Jamaica. I7c. a 18c.; ft. Domuigo, 15 V- a I'.'ic.;
Porto Rico. 18c. at Ac.; Cost* ? lea. 17c. a 1<* : Macassar.
18V a IB',r ; Mexican. 17c a 18c.: Manila. 17c. a ISc.;
* IMC': "?v*nl"** UUu * >?^C.: Cnracoa.
rooPKRia* trrooc.?The market waa qniet and rather
Si'"i\ ?? *?,*l0*e :-*iola?ae? shook*, 32-Inch. with hc*d?,
*L* Jf ?- -*? "??r with head*. :tH.|nr|,. $2 3D
?*; : box .hook*. 75c. a 80c.;
rum do. *4: ulpedo.. $tia $0 SO; emptv hogshead*. 93 SO;
!l;TJ.yra,^n'.nr,^.,? Pr,B"- *" " *<0; "oot"- 13
Com*.-We note sale* of about ISO.OOTi lbs. lake at 21 Vc
a 21V-. closing steailv at 21 Ue. *
C okoacK wa> unchanged. We quote :-Msnila (large and
?mall *{**). per lb.. 14 V. a 15 V ; do rordaire. bolt rope
T?Ln!\1i1'- *J7V ,4c i 'ope. 10 V a
!i 1 H l*0,' '1 ?c- " '2Jic.: Ittissia hemp, tarred
14c.: American do.. 14e. : Kusda bolt rone 17c.
CoTto.1.? 'Ibe market tor spot was staadv, with a fair ex
p. rt demand, future. dosed steady. The dosing prices
to day compare with Monday's price* as follows?? i
JfoHJoy, M'ly 13. TurMin*, Vnv 10.
'if IO a 12 Mav 12'.*>32 a 127-32
, ? "!'? * 13 5 ,0 J""e 1311 10 a 127 .12
I ?'til.* 12'i a ? July li". H _ |
? A?miat...l2K n ? Aiimat ,12? a ?
i ?'"'pi 12*4 a ? Sept I2<s, u ?
. October. .12 15 32 u III; October.. 12 11 32 a 12V
?V" '2S. ? ? Nov U"H a 12 !?-32
] ' s ? ? Dec l-ji4 n 12II.33
_ . . . . , J?n 12 11-32 11 12 13 :?2 '
} ?Qnotfltlon? afe bancd on American stnndnriiof clmmhra
: ?inn and on cotton in .tore rnnnlng hi qu.iiitr not more thun
! half a t-rada ahova or l elow the urade quoted
' . ? VplawU. Aliihnmit. A. Orlmnn. T-.nv. i
I Onlinar.v (??>' H1. H'
! Htrlct ordinary tl 0-10 (I R io u H.,B I
I t.ooil ordinary 10', mi- km. io'.
1 Strut cool ordinary in lain lit 13-10 lul.i.io Ini.VlO
Low niuldlliiK Ill- ll> IH- l]i
?.r S!.'"w ln'U,1",,B' 11 ':, ,H " ' VW '??? 12 1-10 ;
Middling 1_' ;i.|o 12 ft.)o 13a. IV*'
Uvod middling . .. 12 1IM 12 i:nn 12 15-10 12 I.V16
Strict k'ood "llddllnu I.I 3.1H 13 .r>.|0 M 7115 13 7 i?
I Mlildllnis fair 13 It-Ill 13 11-10 13 13.18 13 1310
I K?'r : -v?????? ??????* 7-ltl 14 B-18 14 1110 14 11 10
i T^i,,|,,?d-ll<XHl nrdir.srv. 8 13-lrtc.; ?trlct i,ood ordinary, i
, 8 lft Ibp.; low middUO". 10 7 IC? ; middlliiR, 11 ft lOc.
?Spot salos were us follows
| _ Tit L>i*t Krtmino. T'tt'il. I
I Export.... 1.0 tt h3.", 2,474 ;
I Consumption 230 I411 370 1
I 1.88# H75 2,844
i ?Ueilvered on contract, 300 halo*. For future ucliverv t:ie i
I *" f"""*sVemerrlay alter two P. M.-.lnne, I
; V'J" : ,suu ?' 211) at 12 32c.,
I l U! . -S'i 1 ??00 ?t 12 17-32C., ?? at 12 10 I2c? I
}.??? ?t I2\c.. 71 ?> at 12 21 32c.; November. It O at
i . 'i1 -?iJ>ri?mboSi l.? 12 ' l-32c.. 300 at 12jbc. '
I Total, i,7U) bales. To-ilay up to two |?. M.-Mav. .x?
,a^e' '> J""?. ?'?> ?t 12 5-32C., liOl at
I l uri; : r' 3-'c.. 1WI at 12 :t-10c?
, ??, 1* 5-320., l.omt at 12V-. :?KI it '
I 7 V:.V"- 'IS*** la ?-????; July. ??? at 12 11 -32c., 1,70)
??', irt'r 'JL l3.:C-c- ttl l2V- at !
I Jbw. . - 1,H' : Auauat, 7(?i at 12 B-IOc..
12^c.. 10 1 at 12 tt 10c., .dn at 12'ic., 100 at 12 '
17-.?C.. 2,?IO.t 12V.. 100 at 12 17-32c., 00 ? at 12' ,c.. UO
***> ?t 12 7 l?p., ? 4? at 12 13 32c., O'M at
127:10c, 2tXJ at 12 r<-.!2t, I.loo at 12 ir?;i2c.. ><>| ?t
12'ic.: September, 1,000 a: 12'. c., 200 at 12 7-1 He ?
October, 4U? at 12 13 :i2c . 2<>l at U",c.. 201 at 12 r>-!0.-.; ,
November, 200 at 12 ft-lOe., HO at 12 ?-32c.
jjj*) at 12V; December, 1,0011 Mt 12 tt-32c"
Total, 25.700 bales. tirund total, 3'>,:!(n.) l,ai^?.
I lie receipt* at tba nort* were as I'ollow*(inl vcmoii 475
bales; New Orlean*. 4!ts; Mobile. 137: havannali. 118;
Charleston. KM: Wilmington, 123; Nort..Ik, ?4 lialtinioro
!!'%?/? MoMon. 4tt; fhlladelphia, ltw. Totsl.'
i'lti . fV" dV w"'k- W"- day ls*t vear, 1
J.'I'J. l"t*l since September 1, :t.H80.1.',li bales. C. tton :
frciitbts clo?ed ss tullow*:?1o llavre.liy *teuin. V.',.com
pressed; to Harabuw, by steam. V? coutpreasad; to ,
Bremen, by ?team. V . comprcsned; to Liverpool, l? 32c. '
a.VIHc. by steam: ly sail. I?d. 1
Drum, ic ?Oplnui wa? uuvhancsd:quoted at ?3 87'-.cold.
In bond. and^OO a (5 7o. rurreticy. lor |ob lot*. Oil vitriol
was qniet at *1 75 |>er cwt. for I arse lot* and 2c. a 2 V i.er '
lb. for small lots. Camphor was ideady at 27e. for rediied. ,
Oream tartar was quoted at 32c.. for Amerlcsr. and
33c. tor !? ranch, and for powdered in bbis. mid 38'tc.
lor tla. 111 boxM. Alcoliollci?Chloroform mid ether were 1
steady at WX-. for the former and 54c. a 04c. tor the latter. ;
Jiorax wa* steady at 1J V a llV. lor refined city and !
IIV fordo, t allfornia Balsam toln was quiet at *2 a
? 25. currency. Bnrirundy pitch was quoted at 7?,c.
a 8c. Uuaraun was cany at SI a (3 25. Manna,
new crop was quoted *t 47','c. a 50e. tor .mail I
#1 a. i $1 in lor lartre an! 35c. Tor eorta l(us
sian cantharides were quiet at $1 25 a $1 5<l. Shellac was I
uuiet at 45c., KoM. for D. C and 30c.. rold. for Kncliah.
liivl (livi was very scarce and llrm at <0> per tou. CutcU
was qniat at t>',c., gold. Prussiate potash was quiot at 21 tc. .
a JOc..a* to quality. Bichromate pota?h was dull at t.V.c '
hat ammoniac was dall at lOVc , gold. Irish moss was quiet I
atOV- a 7c. (laiubler wa* llrm at Oc., jfold. l-.paoui salts
were in (air demand at 2c. humac was Urm at K1 US. Ar- i
rot* were steady at 28c. a 82'4c.. gold, accordluc to quality.
Uentlau root was firm at 7c. Cassia buds were quoted I
at 45c. a .lOe. todombo root was quoted at He. for whole and i
14c. tor powdered, tium iredila waa Arm at TUc. a 8c. with I
upwmrrl temlfiiry. .luniper btrrir* w?re lull Ht |
for onilnary Italian. Oranire peel ruled quiet at 10 V a
II cR spot > euice turpeutin* wasdnil at 17 V a 18e. C'aatila
soap?Contl wuite was quoted at lti?,c. and Marseilles pure
mottled at inc.. cold. Hoclielle salts were stexdv at :*i';c. I
b>r bbt*. and 31,'jc. for boxaa. Quinine wa* act he at 8'.: 2.1.
Blue vitriol was steady at 8?Je. Morphine was actlvc at I
f** ! ? |?otMb vft* in luir dfinnmt ntid ctCHilv nt
$- 2>, bulk, ana 12 3.3 b. I. Alum?Lump was in f.iir de< i
?nand at JSe. a 2?ic. Chlorate potash was in fair ilemand '
a( Mr, a 21Mc., gold, and 22c. lor |,'re?iit>acks Tar aric 1
acid was quiet at 42'..c., trold, for crystal, and 4!V. a
??Oc. for powdered. Citric add wa* quoted at 74c. a 75c
Licorice root waa quiet at former pricea; quoted at 4c..
fold, and Irom 8c. to lie., cariencr. for selected. Licorice
paste. Calabria, was oulat at 31c. a :tv ; Spanish solid was
In good demand at 2.*. a 28c.. cold. i'lKiiatelli was quiet
at ",*c.; *mall tlusalina waaquored at 32c.: lar(r? (iuraiina
waa in itaod demand at 4m-.; P. A S. small wss active at
30c. a .I0>,c. t nttlefish bones ruled steady at -,<lc a?27c
Balsam copaiba waa easy at O.V. a 7Hc Saffron wss lirm at
22c. a 25c. lor American andfti $12 for Spauisii. UnlaiiKal
root was quiet *t 4c. a 4V- Cod liver oil was In lair de
mand at $1 50 a $1 00 for Newfoundland anil <2 for Norwe
gian. Kbubarb waa in moderate demand at prices ranging
from .i.V. to 91 10. Aloes?Cape were scarce and llrmlv held
at l.te. a 14c. tlinirer was firm at2>K-. a 21c. torJaiuaira
bleached. Ergot was ea*y at <1 75. yulcksllvvr was
quoted at Oic. a U8?. Leaves were quiet, but steariv
quoted at 2dc. for belladonna, lie. lor comma uud aconite'
21k*. a 22c lor henbane and $1 ;!.'i for rose. Arsenic wa* in
fair demand at 3 V. a 3V-. gold, lor white powdered, and
1.tc. a l!>>?c. lor red do. 8eaHs were quiet. We quote ??
Mustard-'Yellow California. 7),c. ? 8c.; bro*n do., tic! a
?y.; brown Trieste. 7 V : yellow Kngllsb, 8',c. Canary
ii,!?e* i.M,eh *** '?"?l*d *7 ana Smyrna waa tirm at
"'"'P at ?l 82t, t'ar.israv was firm nt
12c a IJV. Corriander wss quoied at ft^c. Camoaiils
lowers srere qniet at 10c a 22c. ior Iton.an. C:vcerine was
In fair demand and Arm at 17c. a 18V Sweet marjoram
was quiet st 20c a 22e. Orris root wss steady at 12',c a
2.n-.. according to qnality. Tonca beans stesdr at $1 50 "lor
Anpatara. Altbea root waa (Irmly held at 3oc. for whita cut
and 2 >c. lor talr do. (linn arable wss quote t nt 15c. for
prime sorts and lie. tor sscond do. Anirosturs I.ark was !
scarce and firmly bald at laic. Sassafras bark wss uuiat at
8c Squll * were iiniet at ItV. a I Ic. I.svender llowcr* wera i
I"!*' "'Sc. Valerian root wa* quoted at 2\c. lor Kngll*h I
and I.V. lor Garmsn. Albupaen wa* steady at 0ftc.a7oc. '
for blood and SI a fl 15 lor erg. 8ar*ap?nlls was quiet
out ?0My. v> # (juoto : ?lloiitluruM cHiiiiiiPii hi ;)4i> a ^7iv*
do do. lor export. 35c. a 37c., gold; Mexicsn. 13c. a l&e."
? l b'-, sold, tium damar was quiet
at I?Ic. a 18c. tlainboge wal auole.i at ?7c .tsaafieilda waa ?
steady at I.>e. a 17c. Carbonate ammonia was quiet at I t'.c
K**entlal oils were firm and lalriv active. We mote :
Oil bergsmot. S4 .?<>; oil lemon, r andersoii's, $3 5t>; Ibm- !
sen s finest ol. rose. $0 37 V '? I anise. #| ?H alt
gold; oil caraway f I 40 a ?2 .V>: oil eroton. tJ 18; oil !
citronella, 7oc. a WV.; oil lavender, 75,. a $2- do no I
iMitchaml, $12 V'; oil clove*. r<; oil wlntergi*en, I
?3 15; oil sassafras, inclusive. 52'ie ? oil nennv- I
rojil. $?>, all currency: oil of hav, $18 and #5 I
English chemicals closed linn. The sales were
2ft tons sal soda at $1 45. 25 tens csumic soda 1
at $4 40. 11*1 kegs bicarbonate >oda at 4V-. lOotonasoda
ash st $1 85 ? $3. an gold, and Mi cks blri.'blnV p'wde?
at I\e. a IV currency. Wo qaote:-Aoda ash, ordinary
to cood brands. 2c. a 2 V ; sal soda 1' c a l*-c ? I
caustic s.?ts. 4Sc. a 4He.: mcsrb.mate .,ai,. 4',c. a 4 V-! I
all cohl; bleaching powder, 2c. a 2!k.-.. currency - .oner- I
carbonate soda. John Dwlght A Co.'s. ,in keg*i.4e. currency
.-./."lial I'f'l " rV?",lh Tar* f"'r de,n nBd "I,d nr"' : sales I
Lit .fiV* vi"LV i ' ,irH"d H,",k were ]
dull at $4. Mackarel were selling in small lots. Box her- .
rtng wera In Mare d -niand : scaled were Hrm st 22c. and No.
si-** v." ' rr'' .bernng were scarce and quiet,
tte quoteOeorge s cod. $."i 2ft a ?!!? ?i...,a i
Bank do.. $t .Vl a $5; new (lecrge's. $5 75 a
Short inaekerel. No. 1. $20 a $28; do . large No. 2 *15 * 1
$18. Max herring.. No I Iftc.: scaled do . 25c. : iTarrallcd I
do.. I ortland. $4 ? i a Labrador $5 fto a l"i 75
|.MlaS\!,,|!l.,,"A,,, -,Wcf,?,.U.r,',',,'r- !l11- ''bis,; wheal,
121,IIM bushels; corn meal. 2..VVI bb *. and 374 ssck*-oats
07,280 iMahals; com. IIRi.tM^ do.: rye. 4,1110 d^ b'sr*?
M" do., bartey malt. 3.0*1 do Tlii ?*lr anarket
ruled qniet but steady to-day There was but a limited la
qulry lur sliippla ? brands, sad little wss done for export
lbs sales were about 11,(10 l,Ms., lacludlna State
Western and Southern, st the annexed quot.itions Hve
flour sold to the extent of 3m bbls. at $3 75 a $5 (it
Corn maal ruled qniet. with saias ..i ,xu sack* ai i'l "at ?
$;t 05 for Brandy Wine. We quote :- kwm Hjui j
No 2 State $271 a $3 50
Snp-rfine State 4 10 a 4 50 :
r<Xl rn nt nt o * ? ? s # ##?a ? a a a a s a ? s ? ? ? aa a a ?? * e a ? ? , I) I M \ O*
? hide- State 5 25 a ? 0"! 1
>uperlli,e H astern. 4 111 ? a ji
Kxtra Western 4 l&Z 5 24
Minnesota r, o^ ? ?
Honnd Hnoyi Ohio, ahlnptnif lirfindi 5 u> ? ft ??-,
K?mmi h.Nip Ohio. tra?!e bmndn ,MM)| ff01 \\ ;H,
"*?? s fto
8 . Loais, low extra 5 ,w ? ? m
St Louis, straight extra 0 5<l? 7 1st
SI. leiuia, choice double extra " 7 1*1 a M il
St. Lonls, choice family.
Kye Hour, line to sunerllne 3 7n a j jii
soathern. No 2 :| !j ', J 1 ?}
Southern, auparllna "".I 4 25 a 4 oft
-ouiherii. extra ...^ , 7
Soutliei n. fatnily 7 ?v i t. 40
? i?rn H r^tmi ?? (X)n ??,
? ?orn meal,.terser misi? '< hi
Corn meal. Hraudvwina " ;t Wi a 3 *711
t'orn meal, piinrneons .'.'.'.'. ",2ti INI a 2t> 50 I
?Wheat was in lair request and the marktt was iirmer.
The .alas were about LVl.tr??bashels at $1 tsla$l 10 lor
v o'.'-i.r1"'"'-'-.* Idf-f No 3 $i 2*1 for mixed. $1 22 for i
No. 2 Chlcaco; lre?h receipts. $| jo for No. 2 Milwaukee;
Ire.h reeeipt.. $1 24 t?r Noitbwest $| 3.>i, ? $| 34 for No. !
I?tbe oatside pries, lor a small |<d-$l 2"> was hid lor No. 2 J
a"' *<"'?. ao.i $| 2., to arriva
ar.t ten days in June; $1 42 lor State white
auii amber winter mixed. $1 (a r?r v? 2 whlta
Michigan and $. 32?, r-.r" No | MYnneSiia "spriilg
i orn ??. le,s active, bin without dechl-d change, exoept for
steamer, which was a trifle Itirhcr: the .s!(< ware shout I
!?1V,V *'? "L*K,," ""V- for steniner; ,W. a I
.rf??.c for iH.grvie. .dV. all. V "or un .railed mixed. tKi'.e, I
|.wo"l Western mixed and tile lor Iowa mixed. Kya-Saies ,
were 2t.it>> hnshel>, within tli* range of 1 t.?c Sir Canada, in :
^?',d. ?rr'' - c air2c for staie and i'ennysl.aals. and
1 fnr Western. Barley was qu!a< with sale of |
5lta 1 bushels Western on prltate terms. Barley malt was
lalrly actlre; w? not, sale of 1 jawai bushels at $1 4.5cash, I
toe extra choice winter made No 1 Canada. Oats were I
wlthont decided change: we hole sale* of 55.'Sin bushela at 1
**? a 41c., No 2 t lalcagn: 4;0,c. far mixed siare..P?c. a V*. I
for the ran/e ol mixed. 3-c. lor rejected and :Nhx a 4<*-. lor i
m- gra.te.l
llflt-ln foreign dried there wss a nio.ler.te de?r*nd
Prices, however wer- steady We ?aote:?Saw layer raisins
per bos, $2 <?? . half do,. $1 ftrt: qn.irtsi lo , 70-. new lo.se
auuscstel, #2 7? a#.*.* per bug, according to quality; now t
Mrdlrf<ml?ini,|A'^ p<r friDi Valencia rat?ln*. 10' ,e. pit j
It..: sultana do.. Me. for new: Turkey prune*, ft?*'- ?w ;
tiervia and II.on*; new Ktencli du.. ?c. a lit.. MMrdbW 1
to die and quelitv. Currnuls.Wf.4e. a 7e.. according to qual
ity. Lecture citron, 2le. ifl**. He. lor laye.r*. Date*. ,
5!4c. Uracil not*. 0}ie. I'r**er??>d irinifer. $7 VI per ease. 1
lbimeaiic dried wu quiet. We quoteApple*. State,
quarter*. K'_r. * lie.; do., alteed, He. a U5il Sonth. rn,
quarter*. 7S''- * n! >.; do., *lleed. H'^c. a lie.: do . Taney, j
ll'tjC, a l:if. Penclie*. peMed?tlenriria, prime to fancy.
Ik a l^c : impeded <lo.. quarter*. lOSe.; li?uw. IK'. *
13c. Hlarkb<arrie*.iUae. a lOfic. n??pb"rni>?,2?>e. a -ic. I Har
riot. lite. I'luiua. SoutUeru. lSc. a 2lle.; do.. ***ate,
I'esputa were W? quote;?Ordinary Mrijlnla, $ I-ft it
fit ftt): prime do., $1 So* *1 ??t chmodo..$t 7U all 7.V, |
ordtnan iVHminirtun. CI SSft a # 1 <0; prime to tancy do., j
ft 7d a <1 net. Uomettle ttreeu wa? In fair demand
aim ?tf?'lv We qnoteApplea, selected wiuter. per
bbl.. $3 a $?; do., mixed. $2 .Via +! 7".; do., common. fl ?
$? 1.1 Ji Cranberries?Choice. $.173 a $4 50; do. ?ood to urlm*. i
?:t ? WMl,
Uat ano SraAW.?Til* market w?< quiet. without quot
>b>' ch??!;? We quota:?Bala hay, iblppinir. at 7 f?- |
tall qualities at ttv. u$l lo, elover at ttoc. a 75c. Straw? .
Lonir rye. 7(.'e. ? il 10: oatdu.. we
111. ae f A vii .IriK?We nute sale of 7.10 bale* Jul* butt* 1
at 2V& a 3c.. and 100 bale* do. ye*t*rday at Sc.. AO day*. .
We quote :?American dressed, J i I*' a f Jjl). fur single, i
$-?<?? ? $2-'ft lor dnuhla all I $1 J" a $12.1 for rougti; Manila .
hemp, "Sc. a "Se..ifold: Ru*?la clean,$'.11' a $210. guld:
Italian. $27~i a $2w.i, pU; Jute. 4l4c. a ?'?V?e.. curreocy;
line butt*, 2T?e. u 3c., cash; 8l??l hetuu. 4*??- a 4*jC.. felt: (
little ftiXe. a tic.. K"liJ. j
IIidk*.?The marxet wan enay. We note ??le? of 1.IXO |
Montevideo ut 18c.. ?uM: J1.2U0 do., 21 to 22 Iba. average, J
at 18c., gold, 4 month*; 5,l(Kt do., 21 11)?. average. at Inc..
IT"Id, 4 nioutlta: l.e4 ( do. second*. -O to 22 lb*, average, at
IV. a KiS>'-. 4 mouth*: 4.400 Montevideo klp?, l<l to I* lb*,
average, at 14c.. irold. 4 month*: 2.t"0 Iruxlllo, 17 lbs.
average. at 14c.. gold. All 'lay*, and on private term* 170 and
l.fftO Vera Crnx and 4<*i Tamplco, 31 lit*, average. We
nii'ileBu?iii? Arre*. SO to 34 111*., 17e. a inc.: do. 24 to
2* lb*. 19c. a 21',e-: Montevideo. 30 to 221. lb*.,
lTJic.a Inc.: Corrieme*. 21 to 23 lb*.. 18#.; Rio Grande,
20 to 22 lha., inc.: Orinoco, 20 to Xt lo?., lett^e.: Cali
fornia, 21 to 2ft Urn., inc.; Central Auiertcnn, in to
21 lb*.. |.~c.; Matamoroe and Mexican. 22 to 25 lb*..
I'm.; Vera Cra*. 1H to 10 lb*.. 13c.: Uoi(ota. in to 20 j
lb*.. IHc. a 14c.. all cold, selected: Texa<, -'nai. .14 III*., I In. I
a 12c ; dry Tex at, 17c. a ltto.; Southern. 24 to 30 tlx.. 10e.
a lie , currency, a* tbey ruu: city alau jliter, ox. Wi to 00
lb?.. 7Vc.: cow, 4"i to (HI lb*.. < }jC.. currencv, selected.
II?p?.?The receipt* were ll|?hl. ard, with n better export
demand, the market wa? a little firmer in tone, but
nut qnotably hiicher. The *hipment* were about 'On bale*.
We quote:-New York rttate. 12c. a 17c.: KaMern, loe. a ]
16c.: Wi*coa*ln. lite, a lHe.; yearlin^'i. ?c. a 10v. ;old*.
all itrowth*. 4c. a tic.: </*lilornia. 16c. ? lie
I rum.?The ina.'ket for Aioerlran |il*/euiained the ?ame a*
lent reported, ulthuuirli an efTor; wa* made to advance the I
price of No. 2. ibe Kale* were 2,OUO t ini No. 2 at #2<l. and
l,.r>0" tone lorje on private term*. Scotch pl'{ wa* a trill*
eauler lb ton*. The ?alr? were 20(J ton* < oltne** at *-Kl. j
prompt ca?h. and ISO ton* ki'llnton and '.00 ton? (>!ens*r
nock on private term*. The market tor >erap wa* weak, not
witbatandinK tbe entail ?t'ck?. Wo quote:?American pljt.
No. I. $12 a $28: do.. Vo. u.$2ti a $;1 ; do. lor**, Ilia i
$2i?. Scotch? Coltne**, XH' a $111; Uartaiierrte, $-'11: Ulen- '
Karnock. '*> a *30 .10; Kitllnton, $2t? a $2h oO; Mrap,
wrouijlit, $&2 **ked: rail*. *teel. $tiO per ton -, do.. Imu.
a ?14 per tun.
l.KAii?The market wa* itronir, at $fi 3-"i. irold. for South
ern. Sale* 1"> ton* domentlc. tioverniuent wa* *till offered
?it $!l 2ft, ca?h.
I.katiikr ?There wa* a fair demand lorthel>etterffr?de*of t
hemlock *ote at *tcady price*. We quote:?lleiulock? I
Light Bueno* Arre*. 20*(c. a 21c.: do. California. 2He.: do. i
coiuioon hide, 20c.; middle Hueno* Ayre*. 22c. a 2:>c.; I
do. Caliiortiia, 21 Kc. a 22c.: do. common hide. 21c. a 22c.;
heavv Kueno* Ayre*. 22He-a Xil?c.: do. California. 21 Sc. a
22c.: do. comm.ni hide, 21c. a 31#.; wood damageu Hueno*
Ayre*. Ilk", a 'J'>c.: do. California ISi^e. a lul^c.: db.
common hide. IS^e. a lttc.: poor, damauvd common hide, i
liic. a inc. .
Moi.ahhk* w*? quiet, hut ateady. We quote Cuba, cen
trifiiical and mixed. 22c. a 2?c.: clayed. MMc. a :<Uc . do. ma*- .
covudo rellulnK. 3Hc. ? MIc.; do. urocery. TJc. a 4<>c.: Porto ,
Kiro, :t>c. a .">0c.: KiiKllah Ulauil*. :t2e. a Witt.; New Orleana, j
lair to i;ood. 48c. a 02c.: prime to choice. ft?c. a ftSc.
Natai. Stiirm.?The maraet for oplrll* turpentine wa* |
quiet and price* were lower. Ko*ln wa* quiet but firm ut .
previous price*. We quote:?Spirit* turpentine, K.^c, u
3.'?c : r?*ln. common itrained, #1 70 a *1 74: nood do., !
$1 77,'i a $1 Mil. Tar? W a?hington, $2: Wllinlniftoti, $- a I
$2 12\. Advice* fiom Wilmington were a* follow*:?jltieln ,
Arm ; *traliie I. $1 Kood Ntraiue i. $1 00. Tar unchanged, i
Turpentine quiet: bard, $1 20' ?oft, $2 1ft; virgin. $2
Still it* ateady, 28),e.
Dim.?At .New Bedford furtlier *ale* were made of j
7"m I bl?. crude *perui, for export, at if I H7. We quote:?
Cottonseed, cr-nle, 43c. a 4.">c.: Southern >*o!lew. ft8c. ; yellow '
winter, ft8c. a ikic.; winter, ttftc.; lard, winter. $1 07 a $1 1M;
atierin,crude. $1 45; do. Iileaehert winter, $1 7ft; do. natural ;
do., $1 70: whale, crude Xorthem, OHc.; iio. Southern, HOc.; I
bleached winter, 73c. a 7ftc.: olive. ea*k*. $1'17>< a $1 22>g;
do. cu?e*. SI 3ft a H 40; winter bleached fl*h, aSe.; crude
llali. 4Xc. a ftOc.
I'KTKiiLKi'a wa* Inactlro and dull Tlte clodnn price* * ere I
a* tollow*:?Crnde. In bulk, t?3W<".; do.. In bbla. ll'.te.: re- J
lined. 111 libla.. 14c a 14',c. ; do., caaes, lMc. u lS'4c. lie- I
fined at Piiiladelphia, 14c., and at Baltimore. 14c. Ad- j
vire* Irom thu Cr?ek were a* follow*:?1'arker'* United, ;
$1 !<3\' bid, $1 !l4?ij aaked : !>e?h ahipmenl*, $2 2<1 a $2 22'j.
Outaide linen, uothinu doing, till City advanced to $1 It!?(, ;
declined to $1 '.ll)?i- United ililpiuents $2 2->. Market '
firm. !
I'novisiosa. ? Receipt*?Pork, 27H bbl*.; lard, l.lftl tierce*
and 7.1 ea*ea; cut meat*. 31 m packagea; i aeon. 12 tierce* t
and l.7Kiboxe?: beet. IIO tierre* and 70 caie*. The pork
inurKet wa* quel and lower; about ft<? bbl*. *old on the apot
nt $21 2ft ii $21 3ft for men* and 2ftO hl>l*. tor .Inly delivery I
at $21 25. Tilt' cloalnff "call" price* were a* follow*:?Mar,
$21 bid, $21 7ft naked; June. $21 10 bid, $21 2ft asked;
.Inly. 921 Ift hid, $21 40 naked; Anm?t, $21 3ft hid.
$21 rO.'.aked; September, f21 '#> bid, $22 asked. Cut meat* j
were inactive. Kre*h ham* were qnoted at 12c. a :
12 V.. picaled do. at 12>?c. a 121,'c.. Ire*h hellle* at lie. a
II Sc.. tickled do. at 11 '^c. a 12^o.. boxed do. at 12'4'c. a
13o. Bacon wa* dull, but nnchanicod: quoted at 12o. for \
cltv lonit clear, 12'^c. for ahort clear and 11 Jjc. lor Weatem. j
Heef wa* Inactive and dull. We quote:?Barrel*?Kxtra '
me**. $13 50; plain, do., $12.10; packet, $10. Tiercel?City
extra India me**, $27 a f2H: India rae??.$2r>. and prime i
men. $2:i. Beef ham* were doll and nominal, at |
$22 a $24 tor prime WeMem and $1H a $20 for fur i
to Kood. Smoked meat* were dull at 14.^e, tor bam* and '
lO'^e. a K'Sc- for tbouldera. Lard wa* uiiRettlod and !
lower, although a icood limine** wa* done at the dccltnn. i
The tale* (part la*t evening) compriaed anont Itl.ftoo tierce*.
III $12 9ft for June. $12 90 a $12 l?7>i for July, $13
lor Autrnrt. $13 tS a 813 20 for September. |
The cloainic ??call" price* were a* follow*:?May, $12 7.1 ;
bid. $12nft naked: June. $12 HO hid. $12 M.1 asked: July, 1
$12 W bid. $12 ?i"'i aaked: AitKtiat, $13 OA bid. $13 10 '
?*ked : September, $13 IO hid. $13 17\ a*ked. Spot **le*
were 200 tierce* elty at 12?4'c.; llfto tierce* Western at new
at $12 HO. and tlenre* old choice at $12 *7>^. Keflued
w*? quoted nt l3j;o. tor Soatli America, 13Sc. for Continent
and 12Sc. for Cuba. Butter wa* quiet, lint unchanged. 1
Chee*e wa* quiet, but steady.
Kick.?The market waa quiet, but Iteady. We quote:?
Carolina, fair to prime. Kc. a OSe.; Louisiana, lair to
iruud, ftSe. a ftjfe.; do., prime. -iVe. n He.: Raniroon,
lair tn *ood. tic. a O'^e.; Patna, trood, 7,'jc, a 7/'?o-, fold;
Itaniroon. in bond. 2J?e. a 2*,c.. gold.
Spki.tkh wa* quoted at He., currency, le** one per cent for 1
combination: outalde lot* m ere offered at $7 7ft a $7 P7.',e.; i
iorrlicii *. *. waa quot* d at 7Sc.. (told.
STKARI5K.?Kecel|it*-? hlid*. and IIW tierce*. The market j
waa quiet and nominal. Sale* were 10 1 tierces on private
term*. Prime to choice qnoted at lBjje. a l.Vi'c.
SfUAtt.?The market lor raw remained firm. The *ale* 1
were Ulft bag* St. Homlnffo. at 7Sc.: 323 do. melndo, at I
4 1-tic- a tOvfe.. and 420 libda., at 7\r. Kellned wa* quiet and j
Mendv. We qnote:?Fair to rood rennln*, 7*i? a 7tje.; Cnba,
trocerr. fair to choice. Sc. a H'.ac.; do., centrifugal, hlida. |
and boxes, No*, h to 13, 8t*c. a ?Se.: do.. molA**e*. hlid*. ;
and boxes, HV-a 7SC.; Porto Uico, rellmug. common to >
prime, 7c. a Sc.; do., irrocery, fair to ehoice. f Sc. a Hi.c.; !
refined?standard A. ??*?,?? * ?**C.: off A. H,Sc.; crn*lie.l, 1
lOSe.; powdered. lOSc. :uranuiaied. lOSc.; cut leaf. iO^c. I
Taij-OW.?Receipt*?71 hhd*.. 31 tierce* and 340 bbl*. j
The market wa* dull but nnchanifed. Sale* were 2<)').("0
lbs. at HUc. a ??*'?? tno?tlv at SSc.
Tin.?Tnt market for strait* wa* *tron*. No atoek of Enu
lS*h. Sale* ft'*) noxes coke at $0 a $0 12S and 4.VI bl)Xe*
charcoal terne at $H M. We quote Banc*. 21)^. aflb; !
Strait* 17c. a lfcc.: RnvlUli. 17,Sc. a lHe.. all irold, :
Plate*?Cliarcoai. nominally $7 .10; coke, $0 .10 a $7 70; '
terne. $0 12 * $0 37.S
Tobacoo.?The market for Kentucky leaf wa* *t*ady, with !
?ale* of 0)'? hhd*. at He. a 111"-. Kceillenf was quiet, with j
sales of 100 cases sundries at 7c. a 3"r.; ftO caae* New Kn?
land, crop IH 4. at .tic.: 37 ea*e* Wisconsin, crop 187ft. at
4c. a 4Sc.: 3B ca*es Pennsylvania, crop 1H73, on private
term*: ftO case - Ohio, crop IH74, at ft^e, and 4UO bale* Ha
vana at price* raniring: from HOc, to $1 OS.
Wtttsxr-r ?Receipt*, 7tll bbl*. whl*key and 43fl bbl*.
alcohol. Tbe market wa* quiet, but Arm; ftO bbl*. Mild nt
$1 U
KRUinnra.-Oraln and netmleum veaael* attracted mod
erate attention on Continental account. cl.iell< at *teady
rate*. Berth room was In active demand and quite (tronc.
The eniraKennMits were:?To Liverpool, br aall. n.000liiwhel* |
wheat. 7d.; I,Tiki balsa cotton (coinpreaaed I, at Sd., and j
per *team. .1,<**1 packatres bacon and cheese, at itia. a ftO*. j
per ton. To London, per Mean H.OUO bnahel* uraln. H^d. 1
in lbs.: 8,000 liu-hcl* do., ou private term*; H1*) tierce* beet ,
8s.; Tin boxes bacon. 4<K : 1,200 boxe* cheeae, 4Sa.: 18 tona :
leather. tlO*.. and 300 bale* Imp*. Jed.: and by **ll 32.OO0 !
hnshels whejit, 7,S>I. and n.iliJO bushels do . at the clo?e, 7Jjtt J
To tilasirow. per steam. ID/Ml bnshe'* corn, nd. ,
To Bri-tol, by sail, bu*hel* wheat, 7!{d.
The charter* comprised:?A Herman hark, 40.1 ton*, re
ported hence to the Contlntnt.wltb 4.imi bids, refined petm
reuin. particular* 111't made known :? bark, rumored lienee
to Kreineu.with 2,IW*Jbbl*. do . on private term*; an Italian
bark, hence to Odessa, with 14.001 case* reliued petroleum, .
at:"c.: n Hrltl*h bark, fro.n Baltimore to the Continent |
fex-l>rttcM. with 4,?V*> bbl*. refined petrtilenm. at 3a. IJ^il.;
n Herman ?hlp. hence to Bremen, with 7.1**) libl*. do., at I
3?.; a*i American bark, ln?m Philadelphia to the f.inti- ?
nent lex-Dutchl. with 3,1100 bid*, do., at 3s. 4!$d., option of
Baltic porta, 4* 3d.; an Italian b*rk, liruoe to Ciilai*, 1
with 3,n:i0 quarters grain at ft*. ''^1.: a Norwegian bark,
he lice to Havre or Antwerp with 3,llii0 qnarter* at ft*, ltd.; 1
n Norwegian barn, hence to Bremen with 3,900 quarter* at ;
tK :id., nnd nn American bark, hence for ?ime port, with
8.000 qnarter* at Ma. Si, all lu *hip*' b*ir* in noth In- 1
?lane**; an Italian hark, henc to Ltmion, with 2,.V?)qn*r
ter* at 14'j'e. per liu*hel ; a Ru*slan hark, ftlk) ton*, from '
PhiladelphiA to Lisbon, with irraiii ill about 11,^0. per r
bushel; two Norweplan bark*, IVnni Philadelphia to Cork j
lor order*, with 3,2110 quarter* K'-dn each, at ft*. M. per .
0*tTE*TO*. fir Ifl, 187a
Cotton unlet; middling. Itffc.; low middling, lOVc.; i;oix|
ordinary. Net rcrclpti, 475 balea; Kro>.?, 4IM. fair*.
4M?. Sto k, 23,119.
Nkw Qri.kaks, Mnv 1H, 1S7D.
Cotton qnlet; middling, 11,,p.; low middling. lO^r.;
fund ordinary. Net recelpta. 4HH balea; irrota. !*??.
Kj|>?rts to France, 3,!04, Kalea, l,VO. Stock, 151,437.
Mor.n.r, May 'n
Pot ton quiet; middling. ltVr. a 11 J*c. ; low middling,
im4c. a l<!J.c ; good ordinary. U'4c. a !>!3p. Net receipta. i:r7
balea. KxpnTta coaatwlao, flOi. NtlM, i.lCl Mook, :*>.r>2tt.
S*r**iAn. May 1?, l?<7't.
Cotton ateady; middling, ll^e.; low middling, 1<>S<\;
wood vrdlnarjr. I",''. N't receipta, llrtbalaa; irroaa, :i7o.
Kmportacoaatwlae, IJ0">. Sale*, 22*. Stock, Id,341.
CttAtLitftToir, Mar Ifl, I87B,
Cotton quiet; middling, 11V-; lo? middling 11.'.r.:
good ordinary, lOe. Net recoipta, lid bat**, i-ale*, I.VK
stock, 1
Oswkoo. Majr IS, 1#78,
Floor unchanged; aatat I..VO bM*. Wheat qnlet ; ?ale?
1 J??| ba?hela No I Milwaukee dub at $1 round lot*
offerrd at lower rate*; whlto Canada held at $1 4t? a $1 .V>.
Cimi ateady ; aale* of new at WV.; old hold at 84c. Har
Ipv unlet, No 2 t'atrida offered nt I?H-. Corn men I,
?Jit a for bolted, fl25 n (UH tor unbolted p?r ton. Milt
iri-d ?teady.- Itartn. flifl: alifp?iiiffa. f17. iiiid-Jliux*. fl'.'
a fl.n per teti. Canal lrel|*ht? ?Wheat, : pc?a, itr.;
c?m and rre, fit, to New York: lumber. fel to ttio II ud-on :
fa fit to New York. l.ake receipta?None O.inal ihlp
tnenta ?Who it, 7?NHbnahola; Into Iter, Hio.l**) leet.
ftrrmu), May Hi, 1B7B.
Koeelpta?Bt like -Flour, 2U> bbl..; wlu*at, .Vitl.tKIO
buehela; eom. 'JOi.HD do.: <nt>. ?J.Y1.1M) do. By railroad?
Kloar. bl?la,, wheat, Kjttl bnane a; cora, llVks.ido.;
onla. 9,'MO do.; liarlay, l.ttli do. Shipment* hr canal to
tidewaters-Wheat. 272.il'*! Ixtahel*: corn, ?l,<K)t> do.; oata.
4 t,i?Odn. : rye. I,7t*>d?.; liwlry malt, tt.tHH. Hy railroad?
Kkmr. '2.'MVbhta : wheat. t??,i*M baahola: corn, 16,1**) do.;
oata, H.UIU do. ; barley, l,t*>> do. Canal rrolalita?When,
tt'fc.; corn, a ik-. ; oata, 4e., to N?w York, tolla in
i inded. Mimr Arm : aaloa t.lRHi bnls. at nnchaneed iinota
tiona. tYheavIn good donianil: Arm; aalea ol H<*,> buahela
No. J Mllwanaet- at ft 17; .'t.iaai do. .No. I do, at $1 24;
:t,Jt?i do. white .Mli'lilgan at $1 41 a $1 42 : 1.4u?do. No. 1
hard llnlnth at fl :?7. r?ni tatf; demand ate a.ly ; 1 ?<"*>
hii'hela We?tern. In lota at 32<\ ? .'>:!<?.; I i.Kri do. No. 'J do.
m 5Ae. tlata not of martiet; nonohero; wantott. Itye in
active. none here. Harley ilnil; no ?alea. IVtk dull;
<(.'| 7"i lor hoary me??. I,ant dull at 14?. Iligliwlnea
nomituiL Seed* i|iikrt, uncbaacod.
Tot.rno, May Ifl, 1870.
Flour (toady. Wlieat qiiiet i No. .1 White Wabailt, fll 1'U^;
N< 1 white Mirhlxan, fl .M: No. 2 do, fl 2i: etna
do. held at fll 4H; fll 42 offered ; wnher Michigan. 91 2>a?,;
June ami Jittv. |l No. 2 red. rl !W: ho. ?'
do, 91 17. Corn firm lor fpot; qniet lor fittttrre; high
mi \e I. MM*.; May. ?'>414r N>* do , 53c.; >a it white, 5>V.;
no urade Uako Shore. Wi'-c., uamaged, 45c. tlati firmer;
No 2, 8BJ(<? : Mlehlgan ,i-. Keeelpn?I'lO hld?. Boar,
| Ii.UUU buauole wheat, ^ tl.. com, 7,u 'j to. oata'
Khlpm.nt.-aOO bbta Boor. IO.UOO UNfcata wheat. 31000 ^
forn. 6.000 do. oat*. CmCAOO. Mar ??. I?**1 ?
Klonr unlet, bat Arm. Wheat $*07. Jnly;
ChieaKu ?prln?, *1 ^ L?JJf {& <*?? actlie, ttrrn ,
Jim. :< Chicago apriag, ??tc.; njwlM. '**? s a ?t4?Se.. I
?nil higher; ea*u bibber end option* ?**? f/ . r.)reir.|, i
?put ; W.M.y: J.JV-kW.Jun.; ?V ? J July! 1
4?c 0*t? ttroiar: No. 2 at ???.. ?i??*. *? ??? ? fir n M :
K>e nouRually .inchAniiod. Barley S2? weak umi lower: !
a ?9e.. -pot: f?7c.. Jnne. Fork dull. wee.a u?ril
$_*> HO *??> *6, ?D?* ?"?'?'""?vfi'.oiV" jaiv' Mulkroeat*
quiet. but ?te?.lj; ^Vhllkev *1 i"?1 i Lake frelghta- j
uomlnal.y unchanged. W bUkey, ?i .? bolt.;
W heat. to Buffalo, JHa. *??*"}" Jj ? ?'mtt 41.000 do.; .
wi,rfti bu?lifl?; corn, Ul.Uii rto.. o? Ki?.nr lljiuO
" i l>V do : k.ruy. ?.'<?> do. a '
bbta.: wheal, 143.00" bualiel*; Outa. 10M*w after
srsti ? ??kr- JJ."V
? isHfssrsasyr " *? "*
June; 4U0 9J *?. J uly. Lard unebaaged.
Pbovidk*ck, R L,
Printing elotha market wlihoal ei,*?*Vtrr*wltli lUht de
quoted at 3.?,c. a Sfce. tor .tandard and extra. ??? ?.
in and.
Havuta. *?y JA. 187?\,.
HpanUh cold. 2CH, A 220. Exchange 'jttc" uot:
premium. .
Losno* Pboduck Mam**?Losdos, May 1?-ETen
hlg.? Linseed cake. ?9 10a. per ton
"? Y-HrtitT BKL&O!flf~i"00- ""
a - ??
an'] tbeir correspondent*. _ .
Alio Commercial Cr?a!ta and Tolegraphlc Tranafer* of
Money on California and En rope. __
Tj VawA ? 17 Broadway
A. every farm; book containing
?kka nent free ?u application. TIMBRIDOE *
Hanker* and Broker*. No. Wl Broadway.
~k~sr amount trust funds to loas on
A mortKaM;clt??rAKrooklyn. WOl?OTT,JO l'lne_tv_
-iTpiuvaioM"ok mbmb
1! I
Tl"KX. FROTH IN OH AM A ??" v^rM Nmak?8forAcn? i
three to five p<>r oent. , .
ClrcuUr* ?nd weekly report* ^ent free. ?_____
Jv proved property; only expend*. Addrew LAW
^ KK. box l.airt roet offleo.
il upon city pr. perty; ?lx per cent Intere.t for prime *e .
curitif*. _- I
JrnnTTWKlSirSa ? PINK ?T*. LoANh MONEY :
ott New Yuru and Brooklyn Keiil Kstnte. I
M\ p?r cent money for flr?t claw loan*. I
null WeMchaater eoBDty. in email and KM* ?nm?^ |
nn?fttr??eH (ougbt nnd aold. O. W. DITCH KIT, - ->ew
Chamber* it. ?? |
WiSSS5ffflMS ???"''
expen*e?. Adtfr.a* rtTKKLK. Ilentld oUlro .
\V clmttel mortjafa; good interest. AdJrdt* box 144
Herald olllca. ?
\V linu^.n. I,d family in dl.tre.n, wltl. kh.dly
aid temporarily? m.Ubted reference*. Addre.* HONOK
AULK. Herald oBlca. ?.
A.-ii* /i/vit ?LOAN OK ?I2.??*> WANTED ON BOND
?1*1 J.00 . and mortfcitire on Hndaon Kiver Pr"P''r|> '>
^. v1^*V.?d?: aecurlty ample. Principal* only need ad
are** LENOX. Herald officii. ???
.iiO.OOO cltv property: no commls*ion. Addre**,
wltii particular*. L B.. Herald ofllca. ??
$00.000. an intero.tlntf ??d *?&*&',<)'?*???"?
addre** K> rKKHKlSK. boK I3? Herald ntHce. _.
S>7T/\ l\Tul TO LOAN. IN 31'M-s TO Sl'IT. ON
$80,000 Real Ka ate In tbl* city or Brooklyn. Ad
are** I., box 174 Herald office.
$1,000,000 lowe*t rate*, on nrlme E,,?!|^'t*'0'
I|)i,uuv.u v J. S|KVJJ.SS??X. Jr.. No. 4 l'lne Ik
town Branch olllce
wdntrd?To extend the <ale of a proprietary article of j
wnni n-Pl|-?iv iiitroduceti lor iunuul?rturlug and .
S^Vr-ru^br^'^p,^. to character given and j
required. Addre** X.. Herald offlee.
A." btwT a good laveatfeni. LLOYD, g> Broadwy. _ ,
m.m wanted?withfi.affj. inooon position; >
A wajel and ..tl.f.corV aeearlty ?iven or take re- I
tlrii.f^artner> intere.f In -pfeni.ld .-.i*h bu?ine?. 1 ar
tlcular* ot .lA^LJ-J.oflic A>tor llanat, _____
xairss |
V.. Herald uflice. , ??? !
A. cliant*. manufacturers and olherv Mlnln* Interest*, |
i i. i??i l . laiu Nxi'lmnirif'l lur jn r j
nrgotl Med ^al M?twe excM'iB* i r)(
,ou* witb o-ipital .oekli V bu.mr*. ao^? q Ar?,lir I
'* rPPK.VnaBjr"4 Wa ii Ble "' Sewing MhcIhuo i'o.n. ,
l?:*^S"l&2t**" * CAIlWoN. Kinau. |
rial anil Uailliea* Broki-r*. ?H Broadwaf. . i
man. Aildrea* ??>*' llmlnon *t.
mercantile r.nh bu?ine*?: I'"1R established nndI in
aucceUlul operation . full value tor the money; bu?lne?* wl.l
T FhysTciaS'S pra. tick for salk-ohikply
A office; c*u?e, III healtn Addre** FUVMlLlA*, b.ix
101 Herald Uptown Branch office.
A In ? with i-'LVI caah. a* Partner In a Lunch Room, Ion*
?7nt, r.hm .ear t'lty Hall; day and nl?bt bu.inew. Ad
dre**P ROM INKNT CORN ft K, iferald office.
A enu.i'v
^imi'KS ami ii.haiv.i-a aPLENOlD HiaNO FOE
C,0wAh"e.t.r.-d retail trade, rent cheap. Apply to Mr.
Cu'RTIS. 4>'> Warren ?t
r *a! e ?men?uppl I ?l with Oood*; 10' per cent profit, t all
on or addre** MANUFACTURER. 47 Dj^roomi.
LS ?>?s Iaiirs&w Ki?f5S
Hranch office. ?
il- vntei^aS auenoy for specialty in hard.
\V ' ware or machinery on comml**ion. 1. C. BALLARl)
Itrj Diianr *t.
TT wltli a capital of noon! ?? * partner In * well
'itakliiM, lucrative eity biMinca*; heat of rrlarenie given
and required. Aitdrewi II. W. J., box MM llrrald tallica
linked aueeessful ciali bii?in?M with $.>,(**' ? Addrena
(;i;()Riir.. llerald office.
?11W1WILI. *f.CUKfc rKKBANK.NT BUtllHBdU, j
JJ)1UU paying 100 per cent. HKItMAN A CO.. I
47 OurtUndl it. |
aHui to ?muu-r aktiem with tuim a boost
JJptJUv to take e\clu?lrr ?irrncr f'?r I'hlU<1elphl?, Balti
more unil utlicr riit?? nu ?t*plo urtlcle In *r??t demand. Ad- '
dreaa IIAKVI".V, llerald office.
(fcfjj nilii wiuT"i*i kiTii V8B onTTtbikd IX. !
i]pl''.'n'U tere*t in an old established manufacturing i
(1-ai.li) hiiniiieaa in thi* rilr. paying lair prutin . tl.U i? a rare !
opportunity lor a man of Rood character. Addreaa A. O. 11., !
llerald office.
tJjVi'ltMf, ration to organise a atook company and
act at aeoretary anil treasurer; Imrral remuneration ; this U
bo humbug, Aiiilrcu IXTKUH1TY, bos tut llerald office.
Abel Denlson, President ol (be Qcrman-Amarlea&
Warehousing and Security Company, of No. S3 William
street nnd ol Na ft l?oy itroct, liu been adjudged a
bankrupt by Register Allen on the petition of Arnold,
Constable ft Co., the New York Rubber Company,
Pratt Brother*. -Robert Sobell, Kichartl Arnold and
Allred Hitjr, in whom h<< owe* about $30,000. Tlie
< l.iitn ol Arnold. Countable .% Co. amounts to '
$u;,.ui 44J; Richard Arm>ld, $46,000; Robert tkibell, !
$4,4?? 03.
The firm of Leggett k Young, trucks, or No. 183
Pearl street and 400 Badison street, have filed a
voluntary petition lo bankruptcy. Tliey have liabllt
tlna amounting to $7,ti00 and aaaetn $2,000.
Wel?ker Brothers. ribtM'n.?, ol No. 477 Broadway,
have goae into bankruptcy. I here arc sixty-one cred
I tori", tne principal ones bein? 1 lie lollowing:?Hatnell
.t Booth, |14,'.t!WPr,; J. u. A- Allen Weisker, $10.KM;
s. Newman, $0,410; Koi-ert ^etnner, $0,1031 -Their
liabilities aggregate nixiut $7^,000. and their asaeta con
slit merely 01 old accounts and some real estate in
Wisconsin and Iowa, which has probably been Mid for
taxes, as the ttrm lias not paid any amoe 1H6A
Tin- failure of Beasrs. Meaatnger A Wright, wool
brokers, ol Xo. 100 Duane street, baa been annouueed.
II. <i. Openheim, dealer In boots and aboea, of No.
tK)l (Iran i street, has made an aaeigtimsat lor the
benefit of his creditors.
The first composition meeting of the creditors of
l.ewls Deckel was held yesterday before Register H.
W. Allen, ol No. Itol Broadway, when the bankrupt's
liabilities were stated to bo $70,104 37 and bis ?!?->??
$lti,8U. A composition of twenty cents on the ooiutr
??!'Mowed D9tnvu offered tad met** byfh*.
er*^lk>r? by a unanimous rote.
?- i . 2nVwJ?* e*a?IDationa were beld m the oOoeof
J*'?' John W. Fltcb. No. 346 Broadway, jotter
M- T-fk ?*u?r of c. C. Siutt it tobifl propertr
?!?'. *?**?* P*'. U?? the value of tbe real MUM of
nSui n. Schuchardt to fix a dower right ft* hit wife:
aJJf Mr J<*r*y aa agalDsl the estate ol
ff -c a.f Tl**; axaminatlon of claim of Mrs Stein
rertTin ?r.lwr h?*band, a bankrupt; aa to
the avanf. !? . 11 H. Kinney; contionation ol
Shaio^ ?mn?ri-?B *??? or Harris, Richmond h
ana'cr, importers, of No. 560 Braadwa.v.
Tha body ol a drowned man was found on the shore
st Governor's Island yesterday morning sad sent to
the Morgue. In tbe afternoon Deputy Coroner Mao
Winnie made an elimination and foand tbe right aide
of the bead very mucn depressed, as though by a blow
from soma heavy inurnment. Tbla circumstance
cnusod himi to make an internal examination of tbs
head, which disclosed a very curious malformation
Tho apparent depression was caused by the nitn-m.
thinness of tho skull ou that side. It w^m fVc?^
thin as to allow the light to ahine tbroagb! The con
tour of tho skull was also irregular. There was n?
fracture, however, or any other mark of violence Th?
millorrastion had probably existed Irom tbe birth at
the deceased and oven without his knowledge.
SrrRoa?- Whjt rax.?At tbe residence of tbe bride's
parents, at Comae. L. L, hy Rev. Jamea Sinclair on
Wednesday, May 10, William N. Spcbos, of 8mlth.
town, L. I., to Clara A. Writmax.
Aronii.TRRi.?At Montclair, N. J., oa Saturday
May 13, A** Jask. wife of John S. Augbiltreo
Relatives and friends are invited to attend the fa
nersl, from the North Presbyterian charch, isomer of
F^it*1" *Dl' *v'' ou ^e<Jnc,(1<,Jr> l"th insL, at two
Ama.?On Monday, May 16, Taxkr Axx, widow of
tho iate Wro. F. A.ms, In the 58th year ol hor age.
Tho relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully luvited to attend the funeral, from tho Memorial
Methodist Episcopal cbnroh, Whlto Plains, on Wednes
day. >la.v 17, at two o'clock P. M. Train leaves Grand
Central depot at 11:30 A. M.
Baxcroft.?In this city, on Monday, May 14, 1878,
Maky E. C., widow of John T. Hanuroit, and daagnter
ot tho late Major Thomas E. Katcham, United States
Relatives and frionds ot the family are Invited to at.
tend the mnernl, this Wednesday, at two o'clock, iron
her late residenco, 28 Kast 47th si.
Hurry?At Newark. N. J., on Tuesday, May 1?.
Marciarkt E., wife of William f). Berry.
Kim oral Irom har laio ru.sidenco. 291 High si oa
Friday. May 19, at eleven A. M. Trains leave foot of
Barclay or Chriaiopher st. at 9:45 A. M. Carriages ml
Pittsburg (Pa.) papers please copy.
Bikruofv.?On May 16, Lie wis BiiRuogr, In tbe 60tl
yciir ot his age.
The friends of the family and the members of th?
Congregation B'nai Jerburun are respoctfully invited t<
attend the funeral, from Ills Iste residence, No. 221
Kast 33d st., this (Wednesday) morning, at ten o'clock.
The members of the Hebrew Mutual Benefit Society
are heroby notified that the funeral of Mr. Lewie Bier
hofl will lake place from his lata rostdenee, 228 Easl
33d st., this (Wednesday) morning, at ten o'clock.
A. $. VaN PRAAG, President
Blt.?At Rochester, May 10, after a brief Illness.
DorciLAs Blt. M. D., ot that city.
Br i-ck.?Tuesday, May 16, 1876, Florrxcb, only
child ol Thomas and Julia II. Bruce.
riie relatives and friends of the family ore respect
fully inviioii to attend the luneral, ou T ursday, May
18. 1870, nt one o'clock P. M., at No. 261 West 12th St.
C'akrillo.?Suddenly, at Spring Valley, N. Y., oa
Monday, May 15, Mary M.tRGARRTr Infant daughter of
AUolfo L. and Cecelia K. Carrillo, aged 9 months.
Funeral on Thursday, tbo 18th mst.. at three P. If.
Dkxikk.?On Monday, May 16, Scbar Dr.mkk, m tha
77ih year of her age.
The relatives aud friends arc respectfully invited to
attend the funeral services at tho residence of her son,
William H. Deuike. 108 West 38th st.,, on Wednesday
eveniug, at eight o'clock, without further notice.
Farmkk.?Suddonly, on May 16, at Newark, N. J.
Eihiar Fahxkr, hi the f>2d year of his ago.
Funeral services from bis Into residence. No. 64!
Broad St.. Newark, N. J., on Thursday, May 18, at tw?
o'clock P. M. Interment nt convenience of the family
Fitch.? Oil Sunday, tbe 14th mst., Evebbtt D.
eldest son of T. J. and Louisa Fitch, in tho Oth year o
his age.
Relatives nnd friends of tho family are requested t<
atteud ilie funeral, on Wodnesday, 17th Inst., at elovec
A. M., from tha residence of his parents, 436 Eau .V2<
st., without further notioo.
Fitch.? In .Vow York City. May 15, 1S76, Cathkrixb
duuzhtcr ol the lute Thomas Willock, ol Norfolk Vu.
ut/d wile ot S. 8. Filch,? M. I). '
Funeral service on Thursday, tho 18th Inst , atont
o'clock, nt her lata resilience. Interment on Friday
19th Inst., ?t Laurel Hill Ceraut ry, Philadelphia!
friends and relatives ol the family are respectfully in.
Yited to attend.
Noriolk, Va., and Philadelphia, Pa., popers p'oas*
IIkrkick.?At Oswego, N. Y., on Mav 16, Willia* H,
Hkkrick, aged H years.
Funeral from his lato residence, on Thursday Mai
18, at two P. M.
Kaxskxhmock.?In Brooklyn, May 16, Johr Hrxrt
K amskxiik ick, aged 33 years.
Relatives and friends of tbe family are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral, Irom bts late residoneo
1S9 Court AL, on Thursday, 18th inst., at half-post
two P. M. *
I-itti.k. ?On May 16, Edward Cari.tox Littlr, only
Child of undrew and Laura M. Little.
Funeral iroui the residenco of the parents, No. 420
We#t ilst st., ou Wednesday, at ten A. M.
l.cwKwoon.?At Manwich, Conn., on Monday, May
lft, Fiwcxii S. Lock wood, formerly a sorgeant of th?
Metropolitan Polico.
Tho relatives and frionds of the family aro invited ta
attend tbe runeral, at bla lute residenco at Stanwlek
Conn., on Thursday. May 18, at ono o'clock P. M.
There will be carriage* in attendance at Greenwich
Connecticut., on tho day olthe funeral, to meet thi
10:10 A. M. train Irom tho Grand C?ntr?l Depot. ?
Maxwril.?In Boston, April 28, Catharixk. wife ot
William H. Maxwell, ol New York, aged 80 yeara ant
4 month*. *
Mrrmocd.? On Tuesday, May 16. Fraxcu Mkrmodo,
!n the 40th year ot his oge, born at Pollei-le-Grand!
Canton de Vaud, Switzerland.
His iricndM are respectfully Invited lo attend bit
funeriil, on Thursday, 18th mst., at two o'clock P M
from Uio Church du St. Esprit, 30 West 22d at ' bo
tween Ath and ?th avs. '
Nolax.? On Tuesday. 16th Insl., Roskaxxa. youngest
daughter of Henry and Bridget Nolan, aged 2 yoars S
months and li' days.
Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully
invited io attend the funeral, Irom the residence of ner
parents. No. 7 Grand st.. Jersey City, on Wednesday
17th mst., at two P. M., to Calvary Cemetery
ti'CoxxKLL.?Oa Monday, May 16. 1876, Mart Axx,
d.iUKhtor of John and Julia O'Connell, aned 16 veara.
9 iiiomhs and 6 days. ' ^ T *
Funeral on Wednesdar. 17th, Irom tha residence ol
her |?rcnts, 215 East 41at at.: thence to 8L Gabrfl'i
church, Kant 37th sL, at len A. M., and thence to Cal
vary Cemetery.
Ram. a li?tho funeral of Euorrr Rardall, Ban..
will lako place from his residence# Bayonoe, N. J. at
one P. M. to-day. Tho remaitia will oe conveyed to
Greenwoo.L Trains for Bavonne will leave Jeracy Can
tral ferry, foot of Dey street, at 11:16 A. M. and li
Uaprltr.?tin Tuesday, May 16. Harris, oaly son ol
Amelia and frank D. K. Rupelya.
Relatives and Iricnds are rospeetlnllv Invited to at
tend his luneral, Irom the residence of bla grand
muiher, Mrs. M. A. Voorhiea. on Thursday, the 16tb
Iiisl, at half-past two o'clock P. M., at No. 69 Irviaj
place. ' *
Rrkd.?On Tuesday morning, May 16, Nathar Bria,
aged 91 years, ift days.
Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to at.
tend Ins luneral, Irom tho residence of his son-in-law,
Gabriel Jennings. No 2 Heck man place, on Thursday,
the 18th Inst., at half-past one o'clock P. M.
Orange county (N. Y.) aud Falrlleld county (Conn.1
papers pleaso copy.
Robrrth? On May 14, Thomas Rohkrts, la his 634
Friends sre respectfully Invited to attend the fancral
on Thursday, at one o'clock p. M., from his late rest
dence, 38 Lexington av., Brooklyn.
K.(Wax.?iin .Sunday, Muy 14, Mart B., wife of Vico
Ailmlral S. C Rowan, United States Navy.
Funeral services si Church of Holy Trinity, Brook
lyn, on Wednesday. May 17. st four P. M.
Sciikrick?On Tuesday, May 16, Dkrorar, wife o*
Isaac SchertcK.
Relatives nnd friends of the family arc reapeotfnllj
requested to attend the runeral. trom the residence,
34:MVcet 41st at., on Wednesday, May 17, at tou o'clocl
Scott. ?Suddenly, on Monday evening, tha 16tl
lust., Captain Harrt Soott, of Port Washlnston in
the 61at year of hla age. '
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to at
tend the Inneral services, at the r<sldence of Mrs.
Hart, Ne. 33 South 10th at, Williamsburg, on Thurs
day morning, at ball-past eight o'clock sharp. Tha
romalns will ho conveyed to Port Washington for Inter
Tt'BXRi'Lt?On Monday, May 16, arter a long and
severe Illness, AKORRW Tvrxrglu a native of Edio
burgh, Scotland, aged 68 year*.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral, ou Thursday, at half-i.ist one o'clock
from his late roaidence. No. ?17 East .Vim st.
White.?Suddenly, on Monday, Mav 15, Fraxcis T
Wiiitr, veterinary snrgoon, nged .'>7 years.
The relatives and friends or the family aro reapert.
HcnLlnv'tCl,,0?U,;^',h0 """ral- "??>? hi. lata resl
dly iisy i:" st tZ o clook on Wednoa
The membera of Ix baoou Encampment, No 12, 1. O.
biws-' 1UM 'TPS* l<!. me!i lhc,r Od<l Fel
*? *? """>*?c
Wsiour.?At Ae* Roohelle, N. Y.. May 13. Kirni
WrlehiMin ia|UgliifK ?f Mur/ "4nna 8,1,1 tho <"? Charlof
Wright, in the 18th jesr of hor age.
ati.nrfVtB *n.d frlen,,l, *re rospoctfully tovlted to
nasi on r ' ?B 17th insfc, at half
past one, from the rosidence ol her mottiee
Woommcm!*' ?n !'a'ar('B'r> 13, Captain Pmwi
aoc,1fr'#n(l1 ?r the family are Invttod tn at
i '""O?'. from his late rosdonce, No. 114 ?V. tt
iiwe o'clock *-*T all<rl,ool,? IT? half p ,at
Richmond and Norfolk papers pleaaa oaf ft j

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