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iiblAL At
The Stock Market Very
Active but Steadier.
THE WRECIERS MEET WlTd A REPULSE.
Money 4 a 0 a 2 Per Cent on
Call.
GOLD 105 7-8 A 106 1-8 A 100.
Waul Strkst. 1
Thursday, April 12?o P. M. J
Yesterday's eruption, In a great measure, subsided
to-day, though there were not wanting times wlien
appearances of a lresh outbreak were threatening
inougb. Tbo ground occupied by the Western and
coal stocks wus no sale abiding place for tbo
?peculator of average buaucial responsibility,
uulet* be wero spry enough to olfcct a
change of base when the spot grew hot un
der bis leot. This it did frequently through alter
nations In prices, which came ottou enough and rapid
enough to keep tbo souls of bulls aud bears vibrating
botween an ocstusv of hope and a paroxysm of terror.
The game of speculation was being played upon a blue
day, with blue surroundings, aud cerulean chips only
were the meto and lining expressions of opinion.
"It goes without saying" that the stocks which created
the hubbub yesterday kept up ths racket to-day, aud
accordingly popular attention was directed to the
course ot such shares as bad boon brought Into promi
nence by the events ot tho day belorc. The poslllvo
denial ol stories pointing to a receiver for Dolawaro
and Hudson aud tho declaration from official sources
thai tho Lackawanna Company was In no financial
Stress restored confidence in a groat measure In these
securities and in early hours oraalud a bettor rango of
prioca
Subsequently quotations decllnod, and through the
rest of tho day perlormed a hattlcdoor and shuttlecock
movement which lauded them a irifio better than at
the close yesterday.
It appears by a loiter of Mr. Oowan, published this
morning, that the eompact'botwccn the coal companies
Is not to be trusted to the "honor bright" principle
after all, but that some sort ol police system is to he
devised to prevcut surreptitious cheating.
A "cop," with a club, to arrest fraud In tho coal
krudo will be a feature at ooco novel and uncompli
mentary.
The soroheads In Northwost and Rook Island ex
hibited their hurls by a lurtber selling down of theso
properties. Tho lattor at one time was especially wosk
lromu natural solicitude concerning the present "local
habitation" of the company's 40,000 shares. Any In
lortuuiiou as to whether this block of stook Is still
locked up In tho coiupuuy's cullers, or bus boen per
muted to wander inio tho dangerous products or
tpcculativo margins, will be gratefully roceivod by
stockholders and stock gamblers alike.
As the day nearnod Its end a considerable effort was
made by tho bears (wbo feared that thlogs might be
curried to extreme*) to rally ibe market, aud with such
success that prices wore advanced all arounq and affairs
closed up uudor decidedly the most cheorlul fooling o(
tho day.
THIS BALKS TO-DAY.
The sales of active stocks to-day aggregated 253,000
shares, which were distributed as follows:?New York
Central, 7,400; Erie, 300; Luke Shore, 32,800; Wabusb,
100; Northwestern, 5,800; do., preferred, 4,320; Rock
Island, 38,830; Milwaukee aud St. l'aul, 2,800; do., pre
ferred, 15,700; l'lttsburg. 035; Delaware, Lackawanna
ana Western, 48,050; New Jersey Central, 1.000; Dela
ware and Hudson Canal, 42,880; Morris and Kssex,
1,540; Michlgau Central, 17,460; Illinois CeDiral, 1,200;
Union Pacific, 800; Hannibal and St. Joseph, 400; do.,
preferred, 200; Ohio and Mississippi, 1,000; Woslern
Union, 48,250; Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, 1,400;
Pacific Mail, 7,000; Quicksilver, 100; Adams Express,
200; American Merchants' Union Express, 205; Uuited
Slates Express, 600.
OPKNINO, aiGllKST AMD LOWKT.
The followiug tuhlo shows tho opening, highest and
lowest prices ol tho day:?
Opening. Highest. Lowest.
New York Central UP, 02 01
Erie.,.. oi4 ov 0':,
llake Shore 46', 47 U 45 V
Wabash....... !i% 5 6V
Northwestern Is V 18V Is l.
Northwestern preferred.. 41,'4 43 40
Rock Island 01 02V 80V
Pittsburg 86 80 85 V
Milwaukee mid Si. Paul... 14 14 11
Mil. and St. Paul preferred 43V 44 41 V
I>cL, Istck. and Western., 52<{ 53',' 51V
New Jersey Central 88 V H
I'uiou Pacific 64 64'4 53V
Ohio and Mississippi 3tt 3;1,
West rn Union 66V 67V 66V
Pacltlo Mail 15V 14V
AllVASCK AMI) DKCLIHR.
Ailvd.
Offered.
A di ed.
ioi;
f), C.C A I....
21
24
57?;
o, <; a I ?....
2
2?;
21
Del. L A Weat
52?
63
11
fcrle
0'4
?"?'
21
Hull A St Jo..
?>;
MX
6
Han A St Jo pf
2H
21M,
0
l.ake Shore....
47',
47 '4
09
Mich Central..
3-1'?
311),
63
N Y A.llarirm 13M
1311
43?
N Y O A llud..
9l?j
91H
K|l,
NJ Central...
H
Htl'i
Ohio A Miss...
:?'a
4
it';
l'uuuitia
86
0*1
42S
'I'ol A Wsbasti.
A
II
III
L nlon Pui-lttc
U4i.,'
84),
in1;
Del A lliiHkun.
41',
4?<
42
43 V
lllinnH (Jeiit..
47
Tbe following shows tlio advunco and decline In the
closing prices of the principal active stocks to-day as
compared with those of yesterday:?
Advanok.?Weston Union, 1),*; Pacific Mall, 1; Now
York Central, ?; ; Krie, >4 ; Cuke Shore, ?? ; Illinois
Central, '4 : Ohio and Missislppt, l4; Duluwure, Lnck
uWHiitia und Wosteru, 3* ; Mou rn anil Essex, 6);; Uol
uwaro and Hudson, ; Michigan Ueutrul, 2.',; Bur
lington and Quiucy, 2; C., 'J., C. and I., 22.
Dkclink. ?Union Pacific, );; Northwestern, 3s i
Kuck island, ?;; Hi. 1'uul, 1; do. preferred, 'Jt; Uau
cioal and St. Joseph, 3,; Atlantic and Pacific, 1 );.
olosimi i'kicks? 3 r. n.
Tho closing prices wore:?
Qffernl,
l'nrlfic Mull... Id
Vol I nIon . 67X
Atl A Pacific.. 20
yulcknilTer . ? 1 :!3i
Ouickiilver pf. lis
>lur I. ,t Mlii.. 4
Marl. AM pf. II,'
Adam- 1.x l?i
American Kx. .12
V ? r.xprc-ts .. 42ttf
Wells I- Ka... 83
Olev A Pitta .. HI1;
I hi A N W .... 173,'
rid A N W pf.. 42 X
Chi A It I ... iaiJs
i hi. m a si r. 1:1
C. M A ?t P pf 433;
THK MONKY MAKKKT.
The rate for call loans early In the day was 4 a 0 per
sent; later It dropped to 2 percent. Tho following
were the rules ol exchange on New York ut tbo under
nieulionod cities to-duy:?.Savannah, buying ?;, soli ng
Charleston, scarce, X B X premium; Cincinnati
stcudy, buying par, soiling 1-10; Now Orleans, com
mercial 5-16, bank % ; St. Louis, 1-10 premium, and
Chicago, 00 to 76 premium. Sterling exchange was
lirin; prime asking rules, 4M0X and 4.883;; selling
rates, 4.80 and 487); a 4.88. Roiohtnarks, 94); a 06
and 95); a 9ft?,. Cables, 95X a 90. Prime Paris, 6.16
and 6.12);.
Til K OOl.D MAKKKT.
Cold opened at 10'), declined to lo6 rose to lOfi);
aud olo>?d ul 100. Tho cai rytng rates ranged from 1
to 3 per cent. Cold clearings at tlio National Hank ol
tho State ol New York:?Oold exchanges, $1,416,074;
currency balances, $1,064,600; gm.-.s clearances,
$41,121,000.
TIIK PORKIOX MARK IT.
Consols in Loudon were 90 a 06);. Unilod Stales
bonds are steady. Tbe Hank of l-.ugluud directors, at
their weekly meeting this morning, made no change in
tbo minimum discount rale?2 per coul. 1'lie reserve
ol tlio bauk is now 41per cent ol liabilities, agitlusl
183, per coul Inst week. Tho epccio in the bank ro>
mniued iliitlonary us nearly as possible. A despatch
irom London states that business on the Stock Ex
change Was qulrier to-day ; but that thoro was iio re
tovery In prices, everything being greatly depressed,
l'be closing prices in Londou were:?Consols lor
money and account, 90 a 90), ; five-twenty bonds of
ISU6 (old). 1023s, ex coupon; do. 1307, 108/,; ton-lorty
bonds, lu8?s a 109; now lives, 107, ex couion; Krio
common shares, 0);; do. prulerrcd, lflt;; Now York
Contra), 90 a 90);; Illinois Ceutrul, 46. A despatch
dated live P. M. from London givn* the following
(notations:?Consuls, both lor rtoney mid account,
)6j;; Krie preferred. 10: Illinois Central, 40.
Die Bank of Prance statement shows a Uucreuso in
specie tor tbo week of 17,600,00u? ltenlns sold |
clown to 1061. 25c. slid alter the closing of the Hoarse j
Mold ou tho boalovards at I06i. 90c. Bar silver Is 64 S,d. j
per ounce, lu Montreal the stock market was steady. !
Hank ol Montreal, 173; Merchants' llauk, 76),; Hank I
ol Comnierre, 120; llniik ol Torouto, 172; Montreal |
Telegraph, 112)4; City Passenger Kuiiroad, 87; City (Jus 1
Company, 150.
OOVKRVMRN r Bo.sns.
Uovornment bonds were firm and closed strong at I
64* tug Quokat loua: ? L'nuaJ diuiea currency ? laea,^
123V a 12*; do. no., 1831, registered. 112V a 118; da
do., da, coupon, 118)4 u 113% ;do. da, 1806, registered,
106V. do. do., do., coupon, 100V; da da, da, now,
reentered, 100)4 n 103)4 ; do. da, do., da, coupon, 100)4
a 100)4 ; da do., 1307, registered, 112)4 * 112)4; da do.,
do., coupon, 112)4 0 112)4; dado., 1868, registered,
114n 114)4; da, da, "do., coupon, 114X4*114)4; do.
ten-forties, registered, 111V ? 111X4; do. do., coupon,
112)4 a 112)4; da five*, 1881, registered, 111)4 a 111)4 5
da do., da, coupon, 111)4 n 111J4 ; do. <)?'i| 1?'. reg
istered, 107)4 ? 107)4
ST ATI HON ns.
Slate bonds at tbe Board wcro >4 lower for Mteeouri
long sixes, to wbicb dealings wore confiued, witb the
exception of one sale ot District of Columbia tbree
sixty-flvos, wblcb sold at 73V* Id ^ow Orleans
Louisiana consols sold at 04)4 a 06)??
HAI1.KOAO BONUS.
Railroad bonds were irregular but generally lower,
aud tbe lollowiug were tne cbauges in prices compared
witU the last previous sales:?Au advance of 1)4 In
Cbicago and Northwestern consolidated gold sevens.
There was a decline ol 1 per cant In Mtlwaukoe and St,
Raul (LaCrosso division), Delaware and Hudsou regis
tered bonds of *01 and Hannibal aud St. Joseph eights,
convertibles; >4 in Central Pucillc firsts (San Joaquin
brunch), and Alton und Terra liuute second pielerrou,
and )? lu New Jersey Couiral, convertible.
PliH.ADKI.riUA STOCKS.
The closing prices ol 1'btladclphla stocks were:?
City slxos, now 112X4 112)4
United Railroads ol New Jersey 122 133
l'eunsyIvuuia Railroad. 37 , 37','
Reading Railroad 11X4 H)i
Lehigh Vulloy Railroad 37'4 37V
Caluwissa Railroad preferred 80 , 32
Philadelphia and Erie Railroad 7 8
Schuylkill Navigation prolerred 7)4 8
Northern Central Railroad. 10 17
Lehigh Navigation 20 2d'4
Oil Creek uud Allegheny Railroad.... 4 >4 4)4
llestonville Railway 13)4 H
Central Transportation 36 30
MINING ?II AllKS.
Tbe lollowlnc woro the opening quotations for min
ing stocks at Sun Francisco to-day ;?
Could k Curry, 0; Savage, 4)4; Chollar Poionl, 30;
Opbir, 16; llalo k Noruross, 3; Crown Point. 0; Yel
low Jaokot, 8; Uelolier, 0; Iruperiul. IV; Virginia
consolidated, 38; California, 41; Overinar, 21; Ray
mond k Fly, 4; Eureka O. V., 3; Host A Belcher, 22;
Ksntuck, ti; Union consolidated, 6; Alpha. 12;
Mc?dow Valley, V; Sierra Nevada, 4; Mexican, 11;
Caledonia, 3',; Silver IIill, 3; Eureka consolidated,
17; Justice, 0; Jullu consolidated, 2)4.
The closing prices In San Francisco were:?
Alpha 11)4 Justice Sq
uelcher 8 Kuutuck 4)4
Rest k Belcher 21)4 Leopurd 2)4
Bullion 8 1 j Mexican 10>4
Consolidated Virginia 30'4 Northern Belle 22
Calilorniu 4ii(4 Overman 20'4
Chollar 38)4 Ophlr 14'.,
Coulidouce 6)4 Raymond It Ely...... 4
Caledonia 3 Silver Hill 2)4
Crown Point. 8)4 Savage.. 4
Exchequer 3)4 Segregated Bulchor.. 30
(iould .v Curry 8)4 Si. rru Nevudu 4 V
llalo k Norcrosa..... 3 Union t on oliduted.. &
Imperial 1 Yellow Jacket 7)4
Juliu Consolidated... 2X4 Eureka Consolidated. 17)4
The following woro Iho sales of mining shares In
New York as olUciully reported:?
PIKMT HOARD?11 A M.
2<)0 slis Alpha h.'Ki I3'4 ll?> ih? (Imuvlllo 21,
tut u.i *80 13', text do 2*u
100 d? ban 13)4 100 llula X Nor's.. >10 3?,
1IK) Belcher 8)4 1IK) lluklll be.0 3),
1IX) do b.'lo AC UK) do be 3',
loo Berths O Co H)4 H*> 3*4
100 do S'4 UK) do 34?
200 do 8lI UK 10 3s,
300 ito Hl4 11*) 3),
UK) Beat A Belcher .... 2I;4 ?'*) Lucerne 1
. UK) Merrliiiiu; t>',
' 11m s.. II -:
21KI ilu 030 24 ', UKI Msri'liiise.
2IK) Bullion >10 0)4 1IK) do 11;^
UKI do b30 10 BK) do ?'
200 Caledonia slO 3)4 UK> do 13 ?;
/n lv*? <1(1 s s ?? U?# -H
KXU'allloruta .. . ?10 44>J 100 <|<> ?3
100 Ch?ll*r I'otOHi 48 lOO do b3
100 do bltt) 43ln lOO do l>3 i\%
100 do b'tt) 4:i.,2 lOO Northern Hullo *10 24V,
300 Cleveland OU 100 Overman 2-">l.,
1000 do OV, lOO Suva-re ilO 5*4
4il~ lllll I.*4 Qi7
?200 do 01, loo *eatou b8 3^
400Con Imperial. .U80 lJg 500 do b8
livi Con Virginia...slO 4(> 5m u., bit 35,
)UI do blO 40W -UK) do b!t
UK) Enrol.a ,...>10 1*14 UK) do blO 3V
1(X) IINiSoutbsru Star ),
loo Gould A Curry.Ii3() 10',' 100 do ),
SKCOND DO Alt!)?1:30 I'. M.
100 sh> lluklll bc.c 3", UKishs Mnrrimae... .bit d7,'
UX> dr. be.b3 3*. |IK> do b3 h)4
UKI do be e 3'., tiKiSealon bc.>30 3)4
2<K) do bc.b.t :i?4 U?) do 3',
i*i Henry Puuuei..bc ti UKI
iry ?
100 uo bc.b3 <!'?
BALKS APTKK CALL.
11*)?b? lluklll 3', .VK),lu lluklll.
500 do '
.'SKI do
UK) do
.-**1 do >3
500 do >3
200 do 3'," 51X1 do 3q
MEMORANDA.
Hi,
500 tin
3),
UK) 8u.
3 >
?VKI U.I,
3',
31K) Berths
2IKI ScstiDl.
3',
5IKI du.
The regular monthly meeting of tbo Board of Ol
rectors ol the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
was hold yesterday at Camden Staiiou. lu addition to
the usual routine business ibo Board unanimously
ratltlod tbo compact in regard to freights recently
tuudo by the presidents or llio trunk linos. Tho usual
semi-annual dividend of live per cent ou tho slock of
the main lino was doclarod. It was decided to puds
tbo dividend on tho Washington branch road, tho
Board by a resolution declaring that It was Inexpe
dient to pay said dividend. In view of tbe continued
claims of tho State ol Murylaud lor a tux on twenty
por cent of the gross receipts lor passengers Irom tho
loth ol December, 1870, sinco which date tho tux has
not been collected by tbe com puny.
Tbo estimated earnings ol tho St. Louis, Kansas and
Northern Railroad Company ure:?
Aprlll to 7, 1877 358,087
April 1 10 7, 1870 48.805
Incroaso #8,332
January 1 to April 7, 1877 $808,206
January 1 to April 7, 1878 863,780
Decrease, 1877 $46,403
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES
Til c Kaixar, April 12, 1877.
BKFOKK CALL-IK A. AL
20 aliH Nassau Hunk.. 86 210 sli, N'thw'n pld.... -12
4on Del A Hudson...., 40 300 Ui> 41
120 >lu 43% :n?) Nortbweeteru 1M%
:m*1 <lu 42,% .'mil Uii 12'.
Oi "J do 42 31* I do 18',,
200 Uu 41 1, b(.K)
200 do 41,loo do.
lOO do 41', 101) do.
100 do ?;i 41% 2O0 do.
:tou ti ioo do.
?
OIK) do 4IM, :**) Micb Outrul 37%
200 do 4o>, 400 do 37%
MtKJ do Pi 4<*> do 37%
;.00 do I! 40 11*1 do 37*2
f>i?l A A I' Telcitrit|>b.. 20 1200
100 lb 21% 10IIU do 3* ""
11X1 Union Pa.itic ? 04 100 do 37%
?**> 84 111*) do 37"
300 Weftern I uiou.... .60% li?'8ti'aul 14
BOO do 68,% 100 do 1.1%
2'* HI do 50% IOO do 13'
.'iOO do 68)5 li*) do II
4IKI 68% .'IOO uo II',
143.7 do 68*5 6O0 8t Paul pld 43'.,
161*1 .o 60), 21*) do 43),
200 do MS 400 do 44
H*l N Y C A Hudson.. HI', 21*1 do 43',
300 do 01M 1UO do 43)2
?**J do 02 ?*I do 41
l"0 do HI*,' 100 do 43%
11*1 do 01% II K> do 43 s,
100 do 1)1', IIJO do.
do DIJ) H*)
100 do HI-, 1I*J do c 43',
2< *) do HIS, 3U0 do 42M
ISO Illinois Central. ?3 4o% 4'*) do
:**) do 4i.% 5t*> do 42'i
H*i fnoilic Mail. c 16% Ji*i do 43%
li*> do c 16% %.?i Del, I,ock A Waft'n 62),
300 do 16% 21*)
lu.) do 16w*)
21*1 do c 16% 31*1 do 62
4i m do 16% 31**1 do 32%
IOO do 16.', 21**1
?'*! do 16*, liM)
4i*l do 16 2636
IOO do . 16% 2i*)
60 do 14% 1700 do 61%
3**1 do,# 16', 31*1 do e 61%
KM d" b3 16 l<?*> d,)...! 61$
2l*l do... c 15 21X) do c 62
51*1 do 14*, I3U0 du 51%
600 do *3 14,% 21**1 do Ol),
3oO Krle Kit.. d,% 200 do 61'
I'M Murrif A baaax .. 74 I3uo do 61%
100 do 74% 41?) do 61;
li'l Lake aUura 48% llxKl do 52
5<*l do ,3 4'.', .1*) do o 61%
?**1 do 48% 3i*> .... 51',
Ml do 48% '.""i do o 62
4<X) do 40), !'.?*? Uo 52
H**l do 40% IHOO Hoc* Island l'l
I.K10 do 47 2'*) do c 01%
11*11 do.... ... 47% 16(1
31*) do . 40% 01*1
17?X) uo -all 4.', 1.100 do 01
1 loo do 48% Hi*) do 00%
1**1 do *3 40.', 000
3?) 40 % 41*)
loo do... 4d', [III) do 1*1% I
;?*) d" 40% .%*) do i?i, j
100 do 46% 800 do 1*1 I
Ml Uo 40 J'*) do 80% I
,'|(J0 do i*J 4i; % 21*1
100 do 4'i% KJtl
I.'miO do,.,.. 4",% 800 do 0"'i
600 do 4d% i)-*l do 1*1,'.
7'*i Nortliwunt'n puLsJ 41% 100 uo On I
1U> do 42% 121X1 do I")
10:15 ANli 11 :.'M> A. M.
4)8000 18 W's.'BI, 0, re- $10, *10 U8il%, *81. toil. 113%
irteil .old Ap 1.5 *) lie 6-20 eon, '07. 112}_
In. should bate iim do 1*1:112,
been 113 36i<xi L'S 5%, 1HMI, rou 111 %
2U000 Uo Of, '81.COU.. 113% ."****) t8 4), ruK, '01.. 1<>7',
rlKif BiiAllli?a. M.
$10000 Va. 8'i. oou., 2d IOO *bf IJ Pec It II...be 03%
ser . euld 1 estame.v.. 45 .'HI I'auMn* UII..
?er., aulu >?'?ten.a,v.. 4.) .hi |-itnnin? Kit on
11***) Mo ),'?. ion* tide. li*5% 2I?| SYHt llnd... .be 01%
ItiutlL'blu X Alton 1*1.. 114% H*i no wi;?
li**J U, llxy COB 7%... 100% 2|D do 01%
1000 do luoAa loo da 01%
1U00U C. R I * fu r? ICI7H am) KUhO.nl KB.
HUX) Alb * Sum 24. . S*> KM f*
3l?M Aut Duck I CoVm 4^ *"'?
1000 N J C.nl lM. loM< 1?*> *??
1UU0 do 106_ ?00 4o
luxi N J <:?ut convert. 4Uli 100
4'V ""
10UO L A Wilki cun.... 37\ 800 do.
KXX) M ASt P 1 m,LC dW 90 160 4o
HIXMO A NW tex bd? 85 JO0 do
?.1 * m 6# . Lu * w ad. loo1, too do
on* lOH^i
4'??> o.i.i.ac i w on* imSvJ :tuo d?
50UOD A II r?g bill 'Ml H5 aou do
2?**J Krl. ail mort KM', mil do ?
401?I II k St J 8'. cun* 75 2HO du 39V,
KMU) Mich Central 7', 103 KM III Cool KB .. ...be 40^
It**' X Y Cent ti'x. *3 104 K*i du 4?IS
2U?) N VI' l.t in cuu p. 117 1< ? i Chlo k SW HK.be 17
K?*> North Mu lit . lid 51XI du 17?,
KMUC.nl Pec iri.ld bda 107 1<II> du 1??%
5U*)C p l?t. it J lir'eh H7 100 du 17'<
limit? P |,t m, CAO h H7S,' K?> du o 17S
5t?M i: I* 7'n.ntnd ?r?ut lot) 100 Chic k S W pror.be 41
17mM Uulou I'nc . I... *3 JO d? 40V
5000 du irjV | < ? > du ? 41
1<mJ Kaid IV Pip l.t m *7 <#10 do 4P,
1HIO Alt ATI! lit iu. ltatW :?ni du 42 V
K**> An * T II 24 prol km I.MChle k Rl Kit...be t?>
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lorn) Tuladu k Wall 2d. 07 SOU du mXH
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KinOO MKATnon HP u* 50 7O0 du W'V
15 .h. lir.p A Tra.l H'k 1M?I ami do 9t>S
?jmi Del k II Caual.be 4HVJ imi du a 91
KM du 410 1000 do HI
K*> du 41W 100 du *3 HIV
100 du 41 a<?> du 91"
ioo du 4tW :mo do hi>
irni du 4o? ailOC.MRHtPRB.be 12
:??> do 41 ioo do 11?*
?*) do 4l>: IU) d<> 12V
IU) do. 42 100 do 12?a
100 du n 42'i am) do IS
10 du 4I? aooc, M k Hi P pr...bo 42?*
III) d.1 41'* 7U) do 42_
du 41?4 7U)
du 42 KM
4I*? A i P lei........bo SOB Si*) do..
100 do e 20? MOO du.
?H if r
ami do'.".".".".'.'.'".. 2tt?* 1U0 do o 42
IU) United State* Exp. 44 2uO du 42?f
110 43 W DUI du 42 V
IOO 42 41M do 42?,
1UI du be 42 4(M do 42
imi Adnma Kxprcs*..be HHU 400 du *2 42V
KM du 99 200 do C 42*,
50 American Ex....be 511 KM do ... 42'*
2UtM\VUTcl be 5t)\ KM du 42?.
lMtio du 5tt?. 3w) du 4:1
moo do *3 50?; 13 NY, MIAII KB.be 151 Vj
7UI du 541V KM Wall BPC lleu...bc
1300 du b3 5,1', K?i C.C.CAl BK... .bo
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COMMERCIAL RLPORT.
COTTON ON TBS SPOT STEADY?FUTURES
CLOSED BARELY STEADY?FLoUlt FIRM?
WHEAT FIRM?CORN ACTIVE?OATS FIRM?
WIIISXEY HUM ? PORK FIRMER ? L.(RI>
FIRMER?PETROLEUM gUIKT?HPIU1TH OF
TURPENTINE QUIET?ROSIN UNSETTLED?OILS
QUIET COFFEE QUIET? HUOAR FIRM?
FREIGHTS, HIi'HEn PRICES ASKED.
Teirsday, April 12?8 P. M.
Bualnein hi (sir and inorouilng nlowiy m mosl
trnde puce*. On 'Cnango them wna leas ezallcnioul
und lo?? actiTitjr It flour und gram, pot no ilteline In
priow; indMd, wno boldnra warn aiinr n Inrllinr atf
>auce. Flour was more qalat bat drm. The eeiae
remarki apply to who. Corn was hardly ?o active,
at wliboui change; a lerje bualuaee waa dona. Oau
'ru?* Wuukey Arm-quiet Fork more active and
,*r" t"*"1 ne*leet?<1 ?>?? flriner. K'reUhta were ua
blV i U!ion ou ,h* ???<" ??? ateadjr. Future. eloaad
a ely steady. Coffee w? qut? iSU4J? firm u||( (Ujd
petroleum were quiet. Koein waa un.ettled. Spirits tur
peutinc ?a. quiet v
I orrta. - Tbere arae no Important demand for Bio. but
Orteee remained steady. 'mtd coffee area quiet but steady.
. o V Ll4*u*J'r* reported .old at Fhiladelphi. to
no to Baltimore . price ..id to be ls?4c. IVa uuole :-Ordinary
",71?""' i?* * : ,ttir<l0 - ???'??. ? 1*V I good do , lH?,e.
* ' Pf "" du" ? 300 I extreme range for lot., 10c.
?-t.se.: Santos. lair to good. lS)<c. a ll?c.. gold. W> day.;
Java .government bag.. -u. ? . d0i< KrM( M||| o3c. .
Jde.; Hluaapore. It*. a Ale.; r,yl0?. 1Hu. , olo-. Ml4rae,ilMlt
n.i,. ' ,8?- ? ??e.; Jamaica. 17c. a 1K?. ;
? Domingo. Hie ateju'e.; I'orto Kico. lsc..atlc.: Co.t.
Hlca. l*c. a 21c.; Mexican. lrtc. a 11)1,0.; Macular. lUc. a
Curaco^",^1:':;^- * ^5 ??* a ;
Cotton on tlie .pot was sloarly at former nrice. ii?,
T**i\ b?'"" "*le" ?"d
covered 4 ?d.." P?'VU bul *oon ?'???'od again and re'
coinpurn Willi Wudnetdny^ dosing ?* follows
Ay*1 ??? ThurvUy, April I"
mv - iSi: i-jg ?pr" P*iu.?o
""ouet ll.4Sall.0M October 11 V! .. ii '.a
November 11 :w ? n.pi J!"?.* 4 'J
Dumber ||.:m u n.4l December . 1 ]?' ? l"f
11, jo a 11 .',11 J, inary W W Ji.sm ? vi
tUm amV"?* J ?" Amarloan .tandard ..| i la.?iilca
t. S"""!""'" ,,,ru ruituin* in quality not more
* grade above or below tul grade quoted.
Ortllaarr ' f, AUitnuwi .V. nrlntiu. Trr,u.
strict ordinary'.'.;;;; m i i!; in 'mJJ jo'ii" 1("
Ooud orriitiury .. In 7 in m ~ 1.. ,! ! .
2^.1^,VJiiiS MS
MnT^'E:!!? i{? fa M
liond Iniddlinir .... Il?! in1 J j* ''.4
Ntrjrt good middling II n?J *
Middling lair loy' jot* Ji j-,,
Fair ia 4 jrf 4 ??
Fix port ThDi'>lfr Uu< KcrH'n'l- T?lul.
Con.unipllon....'' air, JZ f-r'
bpoculailon.4M) J but
Total. 7TJT ?
if!". .. I?" I.H7U
Ii ij ' ' 1 ' ' t)jl ?< ??w, j
Tbc .Ii,n:r K?r
Aliril. ;t?l .t 11 "k. mT,' :.i ? mt';rn^.l'fl7 ,wo >' >1.
? ?.ii.. nvi J imiat ii j-tc.. :iui at ii .
Aixia't II (|o,..; August ^IrnSVt'tlVa^'^N1 U.1 11 4Hc '? Julv'
^'r:, " ^ "? > V
bulo,Ut ' 41 ' '"Klc. Total, 7 lain
?! ^rS'1 ??i j
H.TUr., 400 at li.Hlc ??ll.i :
iV BMat nNiI'* r VaVou1.1,';?^ 1,1 " 7r,c. ; Janu
$rbj
srr.^
Brem";. Vr ?-> ,Lm. ZTti
quiet. 4C-> con,Pr.??ed. Market
iSyj!"! AV ,u,u,x ? l<?Mipt?-Klour. B,a? bbl. : wheal
&ss tass St
d.&Oll do. ; Inirh y inalt, l,?*i do The Hour market waYui '
active, but Itrin at ye.terday'e ndvunce Tie- ilemaml waa
malulv lor abippiu^ grade., rim .ale. wore about | > i..i
bbl... Inilmilmr State, V\e?tuni and SmilbaVn ?i .I
...aedquota?o". !ty? ,|?ur WllK ,irlll. W?qu??e
HuperBne State.*.".".". *.} 14 ^ !!'
Kxtra state .. " ? ? ?
Choice State 2 !*' ? 7
Supcrflnc Werteru it 'ii? 7 !J!
Kxtra We.tern .. 'J * a 7
Mlmu'gotu 77 Z/
Bound boop Ohio. .Iilpping brand. 7 ?> '* 7 '*.[
Family lr"Uu br"",U ? 7 ^
*?? j ii'towM"?w..";:.v:;.7.v.7.v; 7 it! I!!?!
St. Louia, .tr ilghl extra hi*? h
b loittla. choice double extra ii" S " ? ? o",
St. Loui., choice family * . t'\
Kye Hour, aiiperflue , a 10 oO
Southern, No. a 1 '?' 4 5 :v'
Southern, .tiperllne..'.".'."I"""" 2 !i'.
Soniliern. extra... i :dl 4 7
Southern, family .. .' 7. !?- " ""
Con: meal Wotern .. 7"'" "'fill
Corn moaliJcreey .'.I:" ;; H J!" Z ]"
Corn meal. BruiiJyivin, .'.'"'.'.".'J.J""" Ta , ? o 7J!
Corn meal, punclieon. |.- s ,,<J
^Hni?told*mV?7iV,il,t- but lirni :H.V**I l.uahai'. ungraded
Mllw^ko"1 ?"|d"1:'"""'"i badfieU Sif'J
dull" *!!,? Barley i.'ud barley ?,?it 'were
the iame: old rnixmlw!i:Ve0|d*?myV,,T'at'Tx"!^?"'u?lc?"
the huIua wpro uomit 4aV),(Mm biiNhelN >u v*.. ?
<?r April
TriTI 1 ^ . 4 ' ?,r ",r ",e"'"or> "db. fur Ni. " and '.He ..
OOc. lor Soulberu yellow ana Run.a*. Uau'mrJ
at,4lte''lor Id"^'!//!! ,ll'e worv about 1H1 l.ri bu.lieh!'
gold: Jute, 4c curreucy? iut.!'bw.n .* -p '
currency, caeh, on -pot: Manila l.cmn, 7'?i ,'n, Smai
do -Vac.. iMIe.c. ? Oc.. all ?uJd. " '
gillie*.*"*"'-'N,iW ?rlaane wan .teaily, but not active
xic"*'kir"lI*?*1 f"{ S'ro^erv. 'I.'?c. a 4dc.; Forlo liico' V*/*'
io n'rlme":^' . ^" "'cboiw " ^ V""
'trained"Void'*':;'' *7X "ITtfi V? ^
bill. I U| *1 1/1 U' 1 * Hnu -,l0 hh|?. ?|u. (in, ml I
chaiitalTlo SdeV lMV. "T
do.. ?2 Hi Fitch. fdJ:i7 *. Tar. to 25 a aVV* *i"r"1
from V\ HidIn^tiii) were u? follows ? ~!io?in ,1s ii? Advices
?I -"41; good ..trained, $1 fifi! l ar quiet S? "*? tT.I
Hard.^ ? bid; ?:Vl,ngUM 'M~y"ai
'..o??.rMc.:.kk6.1 '.'.'ild"1',".,^" b;ifl-v. wc'o?:r
bloMciied wiotar, 7He.: uuturul'do 7"? U 7h?,U. V1, Z0'1
Th.m:.?lnr,^:e!rral7oi:,"dU^:?,J f 'b4
phiai'.ivid:,: r.iiaitimr7r,:'l';1':,L',lyl rr""r'',ii
were a. folloa e :?Oil t ltv weak deifhnl'nl* r '".1, !''
ihd 5^:,??s
i"uO llu'k* *7 a > p*r P??n We,tern, $1 i ? '.)Jr
pair. Duck.-Jersey. H7c. a SI X, per pair Western 7ri
?.? a iZ pr / P?"',y?'furkey. were qm,?;]^
prime Jorley. irln, a VT't,* '?
? htckens w?re quoted iti Itic u 17r i,%r 1? 1,0 .
?.in.. i?o. ,?r iq.r; t'o v:'.dJo?J;e ,4'^:".^ v,:r:*':r?)
Western' ?"d ? He. fo'r fa.r t'o gmid" S,?,Tand'
Ban coon. In bond. lie. ' ? ' 7*c-> eufency.
Pkovimionh.?Heccipts?Pork, 1,470 bids; Inrd, 2,H42
tiorcos. r?7H kegs, end 20 ca*os; out incite, 1.070 package*;
bacon. boxr*; beef. 77 tierces, 20 ubi*. ami l./OO cases;
dicnsed hugs. 1H There whh an increased demand lor pork,
and prices were rather hinder 1 lie sale* were about 5,54
bus., at $15 a if I 5 25 for iuo-.h. cash; $15 a
lift 10 for May and $15 10 a $15 25 lor J una.
The closing call prices were $15 bid, $15 10 a*k *d fur .May,
and *15 15 bid, #15 25 a.*ked tor June, i ut meats were in
active ; 50 tierces pica led hams sold at he. Htm ked ham*
wore quoted at |o?L a 1 le. and smoked shoulder* at 7foc.
IIhcob was inactive; quoted ut H^e. a lor city and etc.
lor Wostern. Beef?200 tierces city extra India rtiesN sold
at a private tenn. Wo quota: Hula. extra mess, $11 50 u
$12 50; plain mess, $10 5o a $11 50; packet, $14 a $15;
tlerced city extra India n uuiu.il ut $22 a $25. Bed hams
wore uuoted at $22 a -.22 25 lor cbo.ee Wotlcru. and #|d a
$17 lor fair to good do. Dressed hogs were Drill, and a (air
business was transacted a. 7c. a 7\c lor lity heavy to tight
average. Lard was quiet but tinner, and closed at the
second "call as follows: April, $0 87?* bid, #0 115 a?ked;
May. $1) OJ'a bhl. $0 05 asked June. $10 02?., bid. $iO U'i
askid; .lulv. $IO bid. $10 17'. asked. Thu sale* were
3 5 II tierces, at $ > 00. $0 02|t aaiifti $0 05 tor May, and $ ? 07Si,
$10 021 a and $10 05 fur Julie. >poi sales acre 525 ttoree*
city at i?*4c , ah ut 50 d '.. do. at b?d'., and about OOO tierces
Western at $0 85, $0 H7J^ and $0 00, nefined was quiet.
Sales were 2WJ tierces lor t uba at SV^e. ? list do.
cho ce at 10c., and 4<Ri do. tor the Continent;
oil private terms. South America quoted at lO^c. and Con
tinent at IO 5* I tic. Butt?r?Uecuipu, 2,H*<i packages. Thero
was a moderate demand at 15c. a 25c. lor common to line
State and l ie. to 22c. lor common to lino Western Cheese?
Ileoelpts, 252 boxes. Thero was a continued fair demand
from the home trade at steady prices, quoted at 14c. a 15c.
for Stair, and l?'l?9c. a 15c. lor Wes em.
St'UxK.?There was a good demand for raw. and the mar
ket was very lirni. Mo note sates ol l.OUOlihds t.bba coin
moil to good refilling. at H*jc, a Be. ; -MM hhds. centrifugal
at l'k*.; ft4l bags uo . tin1., te*t at |d'|C and 225 hhd*
muscovado (said to be for speculation) at *-*i,c. ?? *7h<:* Be
tilted was strong. We qnoto . ? Pair refining, **kc ; good
do.. He. ; t uha grocer?, fair to choice M)?c a il^c.; do., con*
trifugal, hhds. .?nd boxes. No, 0 to No, 15. i?l,c. a |n?4u. ; do.,
molasses, hlids, and boxes. 7^c. a Higc. ; Porto Hico, refln
Inir, common to prime, 7l4'c a i?c , do., grocery, fair to
choice, h'?c. a vi'.jc. ; refitted, sfltndard A, li?*4c. ? lo?Bc ;
off A, lO^c. a lo*#c.; crushed, 11 Uc. ; powdered. 11 V4c a
IIV.; granulated. 11 '.|C,; cut loaf, 1 l*4c ; white extra ("*,
Hj?c. a lo'4c. , yellow extra C's, H>ac. a O&c.; other grades.
Including t; *, H?fc. a He.
- ts akink.?ItocuipiH?55 tierces. The market was quiot at
10?ic. for city and low f r Western.
rALt.otv ?i.ecelpt ?14 hhds 2 tier :e? and 007 bbls. The
market was steady, sales were I25,mi0 lbs. at He. nH 1-IOc,
Winskkr.- -Keceipts- -P'l bbls. Tin* nmrket was dull t>ut
firm ; 1(S? bbls. sold, iaio yesterday, at $1 < , no sales to
day.
I* kkiuiit*.?The general movement was moderate, but
holders ol tonnage demanded hiclinr figures and the husi
no** accomplished whs at an advance. Kosagements To
Liverpool. per steam. 82 DiO bushels grain. including 24 OHO
bushels at 5)$tl. standard and 8.00O bushois toward the close
at <ld standard ; 2<mi package* butt r at 22s. Hd.. and. by
sail, por British shin. 1,1GB tons laid on the berth,
4 ?i? tons oilcake at lis. tlu., ami 100 bales cotton ?t >4d ,
To Louden, per steam, 250 tierces i?eef ??n private terms.
To (Jlasgow. per steam. 24,000 bushels gram at ft)(d. l $0
hhds. tallow. 20s. To Bristol, by sail, per Italian hark, 757
tons, laid on the berth for goiierai cargo at current rates,
22,000 bushel* grain on private terms. ' hart r?;-An Ital
ian brig. 207 tons, hen e to evra and (or) Piraeus wltn
8.000 eases rrtlned petroleum at TOc. ; a Norwegian
bark. 412 tens, Itence to tjenenriagoti with 2,800 i bis re
fired pot rule ii hi d*?t ivmlnd at ds. |0'td ; n Hwedlsh
hark. dft?? toxu. haace to kielnore fui orders to the JUltlo.
vftu 2.300 bbl. du. mm 4b. !',U : un IlalUa brltr. 3**1
tub., liturr tu Cutl.t.DtlUt'plV Willi 12.UJDBMel <la ?>' -'>? ;
Bll Itmia. b.rk, 401 luu?. Iron t'lilU'lolptllk III rmnriuu,
Willi 13 <?J0 curt du , ml Ilk. ; u Sw.cli.li b?rk ?i7l ton*,
from Fblud.JpLU to Cup.uli,|r?.u. wiiti 4 Jill .ju.rtor.
gr.ln ou prtv?l? term.; ft N?r-.ry-iftii bark, tbouco to do.,
wltn I'.MUI quarter. do.. rrc.utly, at 4> M,; a Uriiiali bark,
rrconiijr, from Hftlliinora lo t'urk for urdrr>, wllli 4,<K?1
quarti'ia irraiu, at 4a. Od.; an Amariean brig. >00 tuna,
baiua to River Plat to, wllli gonaral e.ru'o, on private lei lua,
a Hritiali brig. 237 turn, lienor to P, rnainbui o, with urneral
rargo, at $1 tier bbl. ; uu American bark, (KM lent, lienre to
hydnry. N. b. W? wltb general eairt?, al ? urreut ratoe; a
Mritlau brig, 175 tone, bence to t'ork tor ordari, wltb aiato,
at 26a.
DOMESTIC MARKETS,
<!ALVK?TON. April 12, 1877.
Cotton dull ; imddliutr. Rt\c ; low middling, U?4?i\ ; good
ordinary. i?'4e. Net receipt*. 1-4 bale*. Export* coastwise,
1,0?AI. hale*, 520. Stock. 44.H1 H.
New Oklla ns. April 12. 1*77.
Cotton quiet; middling. 11 V4c ; low mi idling. 10*4c.; good
ordinary, triic. Net receipt*, iH7 bakes; gross, :?47 Ex
poru coiitwibo, 2.307. Hales, l,tJU0? Mock, 2UB,242.
Mobile. April 12. tS77.
Cotton quiet and steady ; middling, IU?4c.; low ri?t<t?iltusc.
10,'4c.; good ordinary U^e. Net receipt*, 3* bales. Ex
ports coastwise, 3U Sales, iV). stock, 3t?.l*3.
Savannah. April 12, 1877
Cotton quiet and steady; middling. II 3 ltlc.; low mid*
tiling. 10 ll-Mic.. g >od ordiuary. i? 15*Mk. .Net receipts,
dipt bales; gross, 42.). Exports coastwise, d75. Sales, 2IOO.
Stock, Id,*74.
Cll AltLESTON, A ril 12. 1H77.
Cotton steady; middling, 11 L,c.; low middling, lie. a
1H.C : good ordinary, lo*Be. Net receipt* -it) bales. Ex
ports coastwise, H. hairs. .'>00. Stock, 23,i?5*
Wilmington, X. 4,\, April 12, 1*77.
spirits turpentine steady at .'lie itosni ?toad)- at $1 5t*
for strained Crude turpentine Moady at #1 3o for hard,
$2 20 lor vellow dip and $3 lor virgin. Tar quiet at $1 AO.
Oswxuo. April 12 1*77.
Flour advanced 23c. ou all grades; sales 1.7'*? bbl*. at
$* 25 a ft* 75 for No. I spring. $* AO a $0 for umber winter,
$* 75 a $H 25 lor white winter. $'.? .? $'? 5i? lor double extra.
Wheat higher; sale* 2,5CIO bushels No I Milwaukee club at
$1 73, at the close held 2c. higher; 0.1**1 i>u*hoi? No. 1 wnite
Michigan at $1 75!*; tj.OOO do. white m le at $1 *0 <C*r
lots), red State at $1 73. Corn higher; sales 1 ,<**? bush. U
mixed W* stern at 57o.. at the close held at 51k* Harlev
unlet; prime Canada l eld at *3c. alkie. Com meal lir:i?.
Mill feed higher; shorts, $22: sliipstutTs, $23; middlings, $25
per ton. Flour shipped, l.HUibbl*.
HurrAi.o, April 12, 1*77.
Markets firm : dem iud fair; price" generally unchanged.
Flour firm; tales HGo bhln.; quoted. Western ground spring.
$7 25 a $* ?. bakers', *7 75 u $* "it; aiuber, $?< 25 a 75 ;
white $4 5f) a $W; new pmces*. $10 a $11; citv ground
spring. $7 a $*; bakers'. $* a $* ?*><?; amber. $h a $* 5U:
wlute. $H 75 a $0 25; now process, $0 75 a $10 2">. Itye,
$5 a $5 *25. Buckwheat, fk'i 75 u $1 Wheat?Snles 5. isjo
bushels Northwestern sprint at $1 53', u $1 54; ieu cars
sample spring, $? 54 a $1 55; six cars choice do., f I 77 a
$1 HI) Corn Sales >f fifteen car* new. on traek. at
?Vhj a 5de ; 2,51 s) busheli old. in store, sold early at 55c,
Oats?Sales of 1 car Ohio, u . track at -44c. Barley oi bet
ter request; sales of 2.500 fnishcU Cunmiit No I at 33c. on
track, it,500 do ungraded a I (I5e and I .ooo Acsternd". al
45c. Kye quiet. Malt In light trade demand Sea J* fairly
active; quotable-Timothy. In h.ts, at #1 OO a $2d5. hag
lots, $2 a s lo; ;? o limn clover lots at $* 75. bag lots at $'.?;
large clovet lots at $3 73, ag lots at $10 50; v.over seed*
scarce, firm and high. Other articles quiet. Iligliwiuo*
higher; quotable at $1 fk? $1 10. h'aiiroad freights no
chunked. Receipts Flour. 2.iks) bbl*.; whoai, 1 i.2<K)
bttsltels; corn, lO.tJOd do.; oats, 0.100 do.; barley. 2,000 do.;
rye, *00 do. Shinmentx?? lour. 2.200 bbls : whent, 11,2tsi
bunheJs; corn, lH,00>Jdo.; oats, 0,100 dix ; barley, 2,OOO do.;
rye. *???? do.
Toledo, Anrll 12, 1*77.
Flour firm. Wheat quiet; No. 1 wnite Ml Idgan $1 7f);
No. 2 do.. $1 ?2; amber Michigan, spot, $i 71; May and
June. $1 72* No 2 do.,' $1 5Hlv No. 2 red winter, spot an I
May, #1 70; No. 3 rcd.$l f?H; r Jected Dayton an i Michigan
red, $1 25; do. Wabash. $1 27: do Luke Shorn, $1 42,
Corn quiet; high mixed, spot. 40. No. 2. spot and May
4*\.t\ ; June, 4*?4o. ; July, 50c. . August. 51c.; No. 2 white,
50,^0.; damaged. 47*ac.; rej cted. 4Hc, outs quu t ;
No. 2, :t*^c. white, 45c. ; relucted, 33^c.; do. I?ako .Shore
34c t Inverse d, #*50. Kecrir?ts-5 f?oo bushel* wheat,
IK1,000 do. corn l2,Ok> do oats > hip men Is?120 bbls.
(lour, 3,1MKJ bushels wheat, 72,oo|i do corn, 35,0 Kt du. oats.
CnicACiO. April 12, 1*77.
Flour easier. Wheat active, but lower: No. 2 Chic *go
spring. $1 30U. cash ; $1 3i''f;. a $1 3H71l. May: $1 MHV a
$1 4ok?, June; No. 3 do . $1 21. rejected. $1 it* a$1 12
Corn tu fair demand, but lowet; 42c., cash; 44J^c. a 45c.,
May; 45JKn. a 4."?!jv , June; rcdected, 401^0. Oats steady
aud fir n , 34,^0 . cash; ilV^c.. May. Itye in active demand
and higher at 72c. a Barley "toady at 55c. u 50c.
Fork firm, but not qqotablv higher; $14 25, cash ; $14 3 i a
$14 32)j|'. Mhv;SI4 45, JtiQc. Lard sto oiy and tlrnt;$0 4.?
cash; $.? 50 a $0 52^, May; $0 ?iff a $0 fr2' ., June. Bulk
me its steady and ittictiatiged Wniskev firm at $1 05, Re
ceipts-? Fh ur, 7,(k4) bids.; wlieat. 5,5mi busho.s; corn,
*2,tXK)do.; oat e. HO,OOO do.: rve, 350 do ; barley. 2,Of K) do.
SlilpiueiiiH - Flour, I4,0fk) hols.: wheat, 50,tksi bushels;
cor , *0,OfX) do ; oats, *4.C{*d do.; rve, 375 do. ; barley,
3, VMM i do. At the afternoon call of the Board : ? Wheat lower
$1 3*4f. May; $1 3i?1.t. June, ('urn easier; 41%'c. a 4.5c.,
May: 45Agn.. Juno, tints unchanged. Fork lower; $14 25,
May ; $14 37>4, Juno. Lard?5c. lower.
PRINTING CLOTHS MARKET.
HROVIDKXDK. R I., April 12, 1K77.
'riinro U rittliT it bettur faclluv In tlin priming I'lntlu
inHrkol mill [iiIccb ur? flrinor, witliout any iiuntHblu ctikngd
EUROPEAN MARKETS.
COMURUCIAL.
Livkrcool. April 12?5 P. M. |
Cotton?Futures weaker; upUu.lv low ini ulllmr clause, i
Mhv and Juno delivery, CP0?i.; hUd salon ot the nemo.
b a ;rjd.
Lonpon, April 12?Kvonlni;.
Calcutta Ilii?eed. 52*. per quarter.
Linseed oil, ?2<? H?s. pur I mi.
NIIVV YORK fItOPUCK KXCIfAMiK RKPOitT.
^ Livkhpooi., April 12, 1H77.
Pork?Pextern firmer ait 7H? ; Western iiriner at i)()g. j
Bacon ? CutnlM-riHml cut dull at 35*. ; eliort rl!? dull at JIH*. ;
lotix clear dull atli** Bd. ; short clear dull at 39*. lid. II mini? ]
Long cut eteadv at 41*. Shoulder# dull at 2H*. Beef?India
iiihur llrmer at HWg.; extra m**** llriuer at 93* ; prime tooia
firmer at 77*. Lard ?Prime Weetern steady at 4?i*. 8d. Tal
low -Prime city dull at 39*. Ba. Tu men tin* ? Spirit* staudv
at 2H* (?U. Ko?lu?Counuon steady at 5*.; fine dull at 10*. Ho*
Cho*** American choice dull at 7i>n. Lard oil steady at B4a.
Pluur?Kxtra >tato firmer at 2IM. Wheat?No. I spring
firmer at 11*. Bd.; No. 2 sprint; firmer at I In. 2d.; winter
Southeru-None In the market; do. Western firmer at
1 Is. 4d. Corn?Mixed soft firmer at 24*. Ud.
FINANCIAL.
Loxnox, April 12?4:30 P. M.
At the Stock Kxchunge prieen have Kgain broken and
close at the lowest point yet reached, though the decline ou
the day was not heavy.
Business ou th > stock Kxchaiigo Is quieter to-day. hut
there is no recovery In prices. Kverythiug is greatly do
pressed.
Paris advices report that five per cent rentes for the ac
count are quoted on th * Boulevard at 1031. tklo.
.Silver 54 ^d. per ounce.
PKixxroRr, April 12?Evening.
United Statos bonds, new fives. I03VS.
HAVANA MARKET.
Havana, April 12, IH77.
Sulfur. Ilrn-. Kp.uUh cola, SPl1, u 2:14. Exch inc. lint;
on the United State*, alxty dev., currency, 3>, a 2}+ dia
count; short sight do.. 1 a I '4 discount.
FINAKdAI..
2i. J. A W. SKUilMAN A CO.,
20 llruad at.. New Yurie,
iaaun Letter, ut I'rcdit to Travellers,
payable iu any purt of Eurnpo. Vale, Atrlre, .VuatrelU end
America,
Drew iiilla of Exchange ?nd uiakn Telegraphic Transfer* of
Money to Europe und California
A r REASONABLE KATE?MONEY U.N I.IK I'. AND
2\K uilowmonl Inaoraiice Policies aud Mortgages; aaiuu
bought; Insurance of ell kimla effected with beat companies
J. J. IIAltKIOtl A CO.. tilt Hroaiwey.
A T NKW EXCIiANOE WK BUY AND SELL STOCKS
..YN shares en.i upward, on I p?r cent margins: commit,
eluuaSend for circular. 2.T Will lam at. HUMAN A CO
A ?MKRt ill ANTS CAN BORROW J.VW TO A.OUO ON
.21..merchandise tiy applying JOHN DAY IS, Cotilldonti.l
Broker, 14 f'erk lace. Iloura, I to 4.
AYuUNU WIDOW WOULD LIKK TO M KKT WITH
nti elderly gculleman of uieena, who would uaalit Iter.
A. II., herald Uptown officii.
I)
i-.KAULTKD RAILROAD, TOWN, COUNTY AND
State Bouda weuleo.
(t. W. MARKIIAM, liltl Broadway.
IOA.N OK SStlOU WANTKil?sK< UKKD MY CHATTEL
Jmurtgagn on i" luting preaae. and inalerlal; fond buiiua
paid. Addrusa TYl'UU ItAl'll, bo* 5..t7<) Post oltlee
J IKE INSURANCE POLICIES PURCHASED, LOANS
iniade, insurance effected; money on mortgage
OKOKtSK. MOONEY A CO.. I TO llroadwey.
WANTED?S15.0UO ON BOND AND MOKTCAUh, I'OK
live year*, on Property In Uuenna ennnty wortii
Principal* only dealt wilb. Address box 'J.'MS
I'oat office.
$'-^0 000 |TO WANTED?'TO OPE HATE A
Iver inlne In Montana; tin development*
eo i.r aliow It to lie one of Hie ilclieat ever dlecoverrU; the
urea are Ir-e milling, averaging #.Vl per ton, with rub
aeeina of silver assaying WM)I> to $1 ,lxju per ton, indicating
the vicinity ol it vital chimney of aueli ore*. Coiiialoek
iiilner* agiee that the mine will prove inori productive than
the Uomalouk Addreaa li., linx 2.0711 t'oat oittce.
$0'JU HIKI Hi LOAN vr tl PEH CENT INTER
iit)t).'/'jUeai| cny Improved property. LAWYER,
box I.Hit) Pint ofllce.
$1.000AT 9 ',KU'"Hsr **
- - - live aeitr.; auiua to aull; hiweat rate*.
V. D W YCKOKK, INI Pin# at and l,H? Broadway.
HI HIVKSS OI'l'OflTL.NM'IKs.
t MANUPAIH I' R fSil I UOMPAN Y.'t ONTIIOI.LI N (J
,'\tnono|ioly, want* troaaurer liniiiedlately with Vl.trntl
caah. I'A It K 1 N sUN, DSJ Itro.idwav. room 4
V partner wanted in an old established
(irovery and Tea Store. ?r would aell out Stock and lea.*
ot atore. Apply 4.'tS (ireenwieh, cortiur Yeatry at.
Aha iik ui'PortiinittT?a party lkayinu the
Country will aetl Itia ititereat In a inaiiiilaelurliiif com
pany lortt 'iKi; btiainoaa and uriillla exceedingly aatl.lac
lory : aold only bocnti.e muat leave. Apply, Qratly, to no*
R,22'I New York Puat iilflee.
A partner wantso-im urs or our kihh
liarua-are boaaea, to take the place of deceaaed ntembe
capital aulHctent. Addreaa IIAKDN'AKI., Ileral
office.
1 Man WITH |y?i I AN .MAKE A'l.uai IN NINETY
a'Vtlaya; legltiinale; NO rlak to run. Write ut unco to
SURE THIN-.. Herald office.
AHVLTIMOKEAN, WELL AND PAVOKAHI.Y
known, with energy and iiienna. dealrct the egenay of
pome reanonalble N w YnrHt h u-e. lor tlia ei?y of Halt I more
and Southern State* murcaiuhe or otherwl-ei. Vddreaa,
with full parth ulera, lor ten day*, J, K. II., Itifl North Itei
publican at,, Baltimore.
A N EXPERIENCED AUCTIONEER; MUST COM
j'V mand good trade ; good aaleeman; lu o'clock. Auction.
? IIP 4tli av
^ Partner wanted?either active or spk
?r?t ...
Herald office.
J m.cl .t, not le,, that. f.,u,i a a|. In ate brewery; reieroLcae,
fli.t eiaae, exchanged. Addreaa PKOMTA RLE, box IIU
A REALLY EXCELLENT CHANCE TO OBTAIN A
permanent eiti atlun In a rra .rulahle liu<iiioaa la ooen to
an i itelhgevii and euergeiio young man p .*,e?acd ut $.ra<0
ready < a?h. Addreaa H I,TON, lleritld office.
DIM.NO SALOON and HOTEL, ,V? ROOM4. ALL
Iiirnlahed , kitchen uteneila, steam apparatus, Ac . pi.ee
fl.OUO. 47S Hreenwirh at.
J^|H>R HAI.K
HPLRNDID bTlT.iard hall.
SI* Table*. Magnifli en- Bar, ? Ith Ml-ror*. App'ylp .'M
Walnut at., third story, Pblladafplua. Pa.
One hai.k ok a Patent, just issued, kor an
imprnveinont In Iniran and railroad car*. ?>|I he aold
for fN,IXNl. Andreas II. O. It., Herald Uptown office
WANTED PARTNER, EITHER ACTIVE OR OTHER,
wlee, with fVoin S2.u at in $.T iSB), to take hull lot*.eat
In a veud Englleh a*?aoy buelneaa. Addrcee by letter O..
ox 114 Herald aIBca.
Biii?Efir. oppoirrrsrriE?.
T)AKTIEH UKMilot S OF I.SVhSNNU ftMAEI,
I amounts in it Kvnnla* and iietedliifl) prudtabl* ??MU
l>rlM. abtra only ordinary uniimiiu mn-e can Ikcruarbl)
oniuprcticnd tlic rcrtalnty ol pr.ilit and fcurity of luwin
ntoui. may addrcaa ?J., box 1.1.i Herald olUrn.
TITaXTD-A PARTY WITH OR dH.OUO TO
n take an iutcreat In a lar?ca. llsnri.tiiag Livery Hiabla.
bit iincaa Adiraaa LIVERY rtTAlil.E. liar aid L'fUCX
oilier
w
\n r1.1? ,\ h I?:M (KaBTIIRNWaRE <>,: HaICU
' >r?)t to uiidcrc*k# tli* luduuUet ur* and tala of a
adu|iia?i by tl*? Kujrli-li and hur<>p?au Kov?*riifneuti?,
and patuntfU in America and Canada; liberal tenon off.'red
patent
by patentee; none but first claaa Ann* iie?J apply. For par
ticular* apply to II o'HttlKN, Churcb at., Toronto, Canada,
where % at in * 11 e s can be aeeu.
S 500 A , AS m'PORTrv,TV OPFEIW
youiij- man. having tout*, buaine*a ?**
p-nance, to obtain att inivrem iu a highly re?pectabla *1*1 p
ping huAiiietn; brut c!a?t relerelic * given and required.
Ad4r*?% for three daya. S . Ilerald olti -e.
Cfln 11(111 CAPITAL WILL HfcCUKK A II %LK IX
LvF*v/UUt-raat of an eHtaitiUhed, ?clf ?u*taluln^ pe?
rio.ileal, already too large to ?? handled by La originator;
fcHiuUctiou guaranteed tu a de?irat>le party. Addteaa, wuU
** *" >mce.
reference*, A. 11 0 , boa 21 d lleraid ori
AETEK THE ItL'MOlt COMMUTES.
BEFOUTKD INTENTION TO OFFKB A IdkBOK RE
WARD FOB THE CIRCULATOR* OF FALSE BE*
POHTH.
Wail rtrect was ruilicr quiet after tbe norm yostsr
day It was uot wholly calin, however, uur had in*
rumors and their bu.y vendors completely aubaidod.
There were after results which led lolmporiaot acitou,
too, nnd whico may eud iu capturing aomc ol the per
sons who circulated laise news during the exrttcincut
o! Wcdiiuaitiiy. Early id the day the report w.ia abroad
that the cotnpauie* wlinwi stock, were uUcotad by the
lujurmuB rumors referred loin yesterday's' Hkkxi.d
iDlonded to pruaecutd thu rumor monger*. Toward the
ulturiioon this report look more uelluilo ahupe, and on
the close ol the day a biimnes*, at ttiroo o'clock, a moot
tiiK <>t the Covcrulug Committee of Itio Stock Ex
cbsugo was held to inquire into the matter. What
was done was kept secret. It won staled, however, by
some who proles. 10 know, that the Stock ExcUango
was going to en-operate with the complaining corpo
rutio s in the ellorl to detect the ollendora. Ilowevor
this may be, it i. certulu that at lour o'clock a .'riveting
ol lliu Iilllcers of tbe Duluwuro and EackawaoUa Com*
puny and thu Delaware and Hu .011 Canal Company
wa* held at the olllccs ol the last luentioned uorpoiu
llou, III CorlUndl slieol. l itis linwtliug was also ut
lemied by Mr. John H. Norris, chairman ol the Law
Committee ol tlie Htock Exchange, uud Messrs. Perkins
anu Stead al.o ol ilie Kxchuuite
I lie otoer gentlemen wno iileuded were President
Dicks--11, ol Hi0 Delaware and iiudsou Caual. and Vico
President Oiiphanl and 1'ruslduul Saiuuol Sloan, ol tliO
Delaware ana i.uckawuuna
II is siatud 1 bat u reward of (16,000 IN to bo uttered
lor lUe detection ol those who started, inmrioua falsi)
bows ahuul tliu Delaware and tin id on, and that some
important luloruiatiou iudlcaliug the urikla of tuo
report is aireudy iu po.suaslou ot tho goulleiuon who
lire moving in the manor.
Though tlieso reports wore thu subject of common
twk in tl 1111 ti0iul circles tney did not tend to check tho
rumor mill's opurutious. It around away yesterday
us il nothing were amiss, ilnu other moco ol roami
lacture was the sialeinent thut the liock Island peopiu
were hypothecating tueir securities 10 obtain large
loans. A visit to the olllccs ol tbo company by a
HkKAi.u rcjiorter, however, elicited uu omphalic de
nial.
BUSINESS TttOUBLES.
A meeting of tho creditors of Vyso A Co., straw
goods munutaciurore, ol llroddway, who lailed over a
year ugo, with liabilities ol' (1,700,000, Was bold at tho
olllce of Register Allen yesterday. Tbe accounts of
Mr. Samuel Sbethsr. thu usslguoo Iu buukruptcy, were
presented, nnd the general creditors ol the llrm re
ceived a dividend ol ouu uud three-teuihs per cunt ou
the amount of their claim*. This is tin; second divi
dend that has live 11 declared?thu llrst one being twvivo
percent. A dividend was also declared yesterday to
tin individual creditor* ol Thomas A. Vysc, Jr., ol llvo
uud ouu-uignih per cent, uis liabilities bcug (144,000.
A W11ITESTONE BOMANCE.
REDUCED AND ABANDONED?ANNA H PLUCKt
HL'NTINO OF THE ltOE.
Romance has u largo share In the lollowlng Interest
ing story, told bv a young girl named Anna Dunning,
mte ol Whituslone, 1,. I. tfho staios that on tho lid of
August, lHTa, Edward E. ltoo seduced iter under
promiso of murriage. Mho was previously of good
character. Siuco the Jd ol August Roo bad from time
to time lived with her us her husound. >ho bor* huu
a child, hut tor six mouths bo has not supported them.
She attributes thU negloct to hur to the conduct ol tbo
hoy's relatives, who have compelled him against bla
| wish to desert her, ss she Is confident ho still loves bar
ss tondly ss ho usserled when he won her hoarl. They
kept him away from SVbitustono, hid him from beruud^
gave out that he bad left tbo place for good. Tho
young fellow kept so qaict that she could not And hid
whereabouts, bo she resorted to stratagem and had d
notice o( her ceath inserted in the Hskald about obd
month ago. The skies had brightened for Roe, and
there was a load of anxiety lilted oil the hearts of big
relatives wheu llio uews ot tbo girl's duath was spread
around uud tbo notice iu tho Ukhald shown to provd
tbe truth of all nshortious. Roo returned to White,
stone, bis wile heard 01 it uud determined to csicti
Una.
ovrtcim uri.noox yitora it.
She proceeded with her work lu a clear beatlod an 4
quiet manner on Wednesday slio bad a warrant
Indued by Judge Bixby lor the arrest of Koo. On that
evening ?bu appeared at the Kifty-seventh street Court
looking lor au oiltcar. rtbe wan lold to aeok Hounds
niuu Muldooo nowu town, rtbo wan givoo no detlutio
lulormatiou ax to tbo officer's rtsidouce, but sot to
work to llnd him out. About eight o'clock, a* Hounds
mun Muldoon was sitting in Sweeney's Hotel smoking
a cigar aud chatting with a Iriand, the girl came upon
In in, und, having told bur sad atory, an inieroated tnn
otllcer in Iter behalf, that bo atarted tor Wbitcatone.
It nppeura that tbo Hnoa are a power In the Louif
Island village, aud tbo olticor wax afraid to go them
straight, ax tbo young man would bo warned ol ma
coming apprehension and uiuka bix escape. Tbo
olllcer, tbaiolore, Weill to College I'ouit, and from
tburo looiod It to Wbitealone. Ho arrived (hero and
controptod Hoe, and on tbo balf-paat ono traiu left ilia
village with tbo prixouer, aale und astonished, la Ilia
kcoping. About lour o'clock yesterday the girl aud
uer lover came tutu court and laid their grievance*
before Judge Hlxby. Tliey wore ail travel-stained amt
dusty. Hoe was accompanied try Ins lather and uucio.
Ill'XM.NU A LOVKIL
Anna Dunning sunt that she aud Hon wuro married
In Now Haven, Conn., on the 251li of .November. 1,87b.
Too young man deiiiud llio ubargu und said he nevel
was in the place, und surely never there married to
her. I bo Judge put dowu the examination of the cas*
lor Hie '.'4th and hold the husband in $.MlO batl, which
was furnished by tbe lather aud uucle. The girl I*
now stopping witu ouu of her nine brotbers, on Third
avenue, curlier ol Kilty .fourth street. She is pretty,
wltiy and sharp, tier dress is thul ol a lady, aud hrr
speech of tbe best. At limes, when she was spcakiug
to the Judge she pould laugh heartily, aud again, a*
her sorrows were relcrrud to, she would burst out Into
hearty crying. K?o xuys ho can provo that tbo girl
has not been ol good churocter by several witnesses.
.She Indignantly denies tins statement, and, wnou sbo
hoard him saying It, turned upon him andexoUnned
"Why should I seek redress II you wero not uiy
lawful i,unhand r Do you think 1 should have under*
gone all I have If 1 had uol the beat ol claims apon
you? You know you married wo, lived with me eg
my husband, wroto to me an such, told many person*
so and novor thought otherwise uutil you were driven
Into tbo present course Oh, uo, you cannot prove
anything aguiust mc. You and your tolks are Itgnling
a poor girt who has to battle for her rights; but you
cannot gel ovon ono witness who can say the least
against my character. It la prool against all youf
combined ussuuits."
A VILLA (in ItkLLS'M OKTKIl MIX A I'lO.X.
The young girl says sue U del. rtntued to have justice
done tier. She bos lou.ht lor a long time in oourl ami
out lor Iter aide. I be Itoee say that last summer abo
was in Whltestone, looking for Kdward, tho husband,
und loat abe llr?d sbota into tbo bouse when sbo
thought lie won there, and has gone up to tbo latber
and placed a pistol to bun and demanded that abe
should be recognized.
ILL-GOTTEN DRUGS.
Kor soma time past William Y. Kidder, dealer IQ
drugs at No. 8b John atraol, has been aware tbat quan
littca of qotuino were disappearing Irurn tils ator# in aik
unaccountable manner. Tbe knowledge was repeatedly
confirmed by his bearing that a particular quality of
tho article of which he was the proprietary agent was
being sold at less than the market price. Willi a vlovv
to catoli tbe culprit Mr. Kidder waited on John 1L
Krmicis, another dealer, at No. 78 William street. and
requested hint to purchase all ol such goods that might
| be ullerod bliu lor sale.
fiu theitli tusk Krancis T. Chadwick, a druggist, of
Ked Hank, N. J., oflcrod tiun a quantity ol opium aud
other uruga at a price much huiow the market valuu,
saying, in anawer to a question, that ho had purrlioaod
the drugs at auoiiou. franc s paid him the sum of
$110 and look the drugs, alter wnich be eommuiealed
with Mr. Kidder, wlioa' <mco ulcnlilled tbe drugs aa
his property. Kranci* was tlion askod to axpiam hi*
possesainn, and he stated llisl he had purchased them
of Thomas D. Kavaiiagu. the shipping clerk In Mr.
Kidder's smplny. Kxvanagh and Kraucia wero there
upon arrested, and were yoateruay brought boioru
Justice Kiihreth. Chad wick protested that he pur
chased the goods In good taltb. He was held in #*>00
hall to answer the charge ol receiving ntolon goods,
and Kavan igh was hold In gl.ouo n?iL
WANTED IN CAMBRIDGE.
Ablnl K. KioHeM, alias George Kroat, won arrested lg
llrooklyii ynaiorday aiternoon on a charge of emben
element. The wnrrant lor the arrest wau procurod by
Deputy Sborill Taylor, ol tbo city of Cambridge, Mai*.
I no charge ugauist KicBoid la liiat wmia nlllog tbo
oftica ol water itrglsirar in Cambridge lieembezz' ei
snout twenty lhou*?iid dollar* in eertilled chock*,
with whiQh ho U leappa or ad ou April lib, 1874

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