Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 17, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 17, 1855 Page 3
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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. ?OBIT NARK1T. Sunday, Sept. 16 ? 6 P. M. The demand for money is daily increasing. Dur ing the past week the rates have been gradually ruing, and call loans have been liquidated to a targe amoant. The banks liod the offerings of first class business paper inoreuxing, and, whilo they cannot increase their aggregate line, find it necessary to restrict stock speculators, to accommodate the com mercial classes. As the season advances, the crops come forward In greater volume, requiring more capital, and a more active movement of money in ill the cliannels of trade. This must ultimately affect holders of fancy unproductive railroad stocks, particularly those which arc so enormously intlated as to require large sums to carry. The movements in some of these already show that tlicy are shaking, and notwithstanding the efforts made by the cliques attached to each to sustain them, the time is not far distant when the mar ket value will be somewhere in the vicinity of their actual intrinsic value. When the financial horizon looks black and lowering, and the future is not en tirely free from gloomy doubts and an certainties, it is time for those removed from the immediate area of speculation and excitement to look about and see that their investments are sound and will bear a contraction in money affairs. During a period of expansion and speculation it is not difficult to get up an inflation in the most worthless c lass of fancy stocks, but they cannot stand a moment after public confidence is withdrawn, and generally recede to points lower than they ntarted from. In the.se times good sound stocks should be in demand at better prices, while the fancies should not be touchcd at any price. A. H. Nicolay's regular semi-weekly auction sale of stocks and bonds will take place on Monday, the 17th instant, at 12J o'clock, at tho Merchants' Exchange. The anthracite coal tonnage this season, up to the dates of the latest reports from the companies working the Lehigh and Schuylkill coal regions, reaches the very large amoant of 3,300,099 tons? an increase over the tonnage from the same sonrces to the same time last year of 351,350 tons! The tonnage by the several lines for the past week was full, though not quite so large as on several occasions within the last two months. The coal shipments by the Lehigh Navigation for the week ending on Saturday last amounted to 42,249 tons, being 1,019 tons greater than the shipments the corresponding week last year. The company's reported shipments for the season now reach 859,220 tons, against 785,439 tons to the same time last year. The Read ing Railroad brought down for the week ending on Thursday last 54,735 tons, and for the season to that date 1,696,065 tons, against 1,515,304 tons to the same time last year, being an excess of 180,761 tons. The shipments by the Schuylkill Navigation for the week ending on Thursday last were 29,824 tons, and for the season to the same time 744,814 tons, against 648,006 tons to the same time last year. The trade is in a very heulthy condition, without any change In prices, and a fair demand. The Philadelphia and Norristown Railroad Com pany have declared a semi-annual dividend of five per cent. It is not our intention to occupy our space with any further notice of the Cleveland and Toledo Rail road Company, except to substantiate, whi n they may be questioned, the figures we have published, and to record the veirfi cation of our predictions as events may bring them forth. We bitted some days since that the company must build a bridge over the Cuya hoga river, an immensely expensive affair; also some twenty-five miles of new road from Cleveland to Grafton. This was publicly, positively and repeat edly denied. The company, it was assorted, had neither a bridge nor another mile of road to build, and our statement was pronounced a " gross false hood." The stockholders were about the same time advised that a very important arrangement had just been completed, immensely to the advantage of the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Company, the par ticulars of which would be announced in a day or two, and they were advised not to part with their stock until they beard what it rat. On th? 291U day of August, sure enough it came out, with a grand flourish, as follows: ? The Cleveland and Toledo Railroad have j'i?t e >nc1 u led an arranffpuien' with the Cleveland C riumbua end Cin cinnati toil which promise* to t>e of T?rv great advan tage to the former corporation. They lire leased in perpetuity and upon '.eon- which make them practically Joint owuprsof the track <.f the fieri innl, Colum^ua an 1 Cincinnati road from Cleveland to Grafton. where the southern track of Hie Cleveland and Toledo oonnocta with the Cleveland, Columbus in I Cincinnati road. re arrangement ako priv the Cleveland and Toledo th' in# of the depot accemmo tall in of the Clef*ls.B I Coluro'i. and Cincinnati road at Cleveland. The traek from Berea, when- the nortlieru track of the Clevehm 1 au I Tolr lo connect-. U to be al!ere.l no that train* can run from that track into Cleveland. Thin arrangement will obvtate any nece?ity of n bridge acroas the Cnyahoga at Ohio City. The track* of the Cleveland and Tole l? r->ad fi >tn Buea to Ohio City will only be u?e I for freight. i'h'n arrangement also makes the interest 01 the Cleveland and Toledo identical wnli that ot th? Cleveland, Culambiia and Cincinnati and tl.e liBke Shore line of road-, and pro vent - romj I' ltinu. T1 c paving to the Cleveland and 1" .. leds, it i* estimate I, *111 lie e^uat to $100, COO <? $1 >u,0)Q the first year. This grand announce ment was suffered to work ,>n the market for a few days, and when it could no ionger have any efV< ct, the ? une bull organ turned out tl.e following, on the 7th of Septemlier:? V" fluted a few days Mi?e that the Clev Ian ! and Toledo Kailroad < mpar.y ha 1 lea?*-d the track of ihe Cleveland, Columbus au<; Cincinnati Read from Clew lai.d to ?? i afton. Such an i.m i.gomcut wai made a-* fir as it could be l>y the c -minUte of the roads. and the i4rreem?nt d a?n up ready tor execution an I ihe mt'ter ?wn t'-legrri plied fiom Cleveland to t h?* j ri-.?he e W now ha vp a .tatement frcm 'he < levelana, Co! ambua, an 1 (ineinnati Company, an 1 v. - loam the ?atn<> la'tal^o <i( m the C.ev? land and Toledo office, tliat the anaigl ment hat fallen through and it.- renewal is aot Imply at PWlnnt. ih.s failure wa? ronw-ijuerit upon -ou.e new feature* to the arrangement proposed l>y the Cle stani, Gplumbu-. and Cln innati roe t at the meeting for ri iiit.'g tii p,ij er v'i.di w-re not agree I to by the Cleveland ana Toh lo Company. We trust it will be no longer denied that the bridge ? ctimatt d to co1 1 one million of dollars ? and the twenty-five miles of r;cw road, must be constructed. This "siiVlnjf to the Cleveland and Toledo Company of $100,000 to $150,000 the flr*t ye ?r," having now to be deducted from the estimated receipts claimed by the fri? nds of the road for the next year? $ 1 023, '>0 > - the Kim named by us ? $!K)0,000? will l?e found to t>e a little aMve the mark, even by their own showing. In fact, any material stat- ment ma<ie by us in refer ence to this road will lie fouud, upon examination, t ? ' be striit'y correct. We have no disposition to dlspa- | rsge it or the gentlemen who have it in charge. We j know th.it a moiety of the stock was distributed I among a large number of small h >lders - individuals of small means, who had l>een induced by Peter Funk dividends and Joctored reports to invest their ejiut tot him imj oitant sum.aud wbeeonldiilaA | ft rd to lo** it ? we know tliat they were de< ei ed l>y the elan* of speculators atidsharjier" who held the other half of the stotk in hio< k< of thonsa' d? of shares who wete liiddin^ i(. p only to i^et i 'fjf t m*!i linnils at bigb rates: m knowing thi- we wt-.e not die- ^ po?d ?el-e silent ^;..u?t..rs and h-' the iguoraut and the inuo ent Isi robbed of tlair it d earned capital. we do not care a j t h iw much stock speenlators fleece each other, but we > > >?' intend the ont-ide public aluill be drawn la ?tbe nan-traps of Wall street with imp; nity. We ha els our tins expo^^d a good many rotu-n st<i. k s^ih iie<, and gbii'i, without doubt, have many m wr t ? pr ?t<e and lav liare. It Is onr pride and pleisu.-e to u c In all public mutters perfe lly indojieodetit ; it i? o;ir pleasure, too, as it is of every one of proper im pulses, to widd whut-ver power we may po<<es*. when oc nion require- , for the pretention of th jioor ti nd the wt ?k agalnrt the ri? h end the power ful. Prompted liy th? ?e eomddefations, we ventured to lav the true < ondit.on of the CleveUnd ar .1 Tole do r ad l -f' re the piil lb". l/> k at the Brie, the Harlem. Hudson Riur. New Haven, aid a h-.-t of oi her rr ads whieh l ave, d ring the , ast twelve month", eeaeed paving dividends, and then torn to tberolomos of the UkhaLO, where t wis sho<rn l,<r fa: i* at; l fl Tines pneaM m <nthi upon months >'o.e.that ftch a re-uit was i ieviuble. We not only predicted ft suspension of dividends, but showed that every dividend paid was adding so much to the cost of the road; that not one of the dividend** paid was earned. Those who were govern ed by our arguments saved their fortunes, while those who impugned our motives and held on to their shares, have nothing to blame but their own folly and the blind confidence placed in the mana gers of railroads. In regard to the Cleveland and Toledo railroad, we mude a fair, impartial expose of its uHMm, ex hibiting every point by facts and figure*. We have received for our pains just what vre expected? a shower of abuse; but as yet no denial of any im portant point. The abuse we can afford to let pass, but the facts and tigures we have some idea of getting stereotyped for more convenient use. We have said that the Cleveland and Toledo railroad was a non-dividend earning concern; that the stock was selling at double its value; that it was kept up by Wall street management, aided by I'eter Funk dividends and manufactured reports; that within a abort time it most come down among the fancies, where it be longs ; that it* capital was double what it should be, and must be further increased ; that 13,000,1)00 of stock, 13,500,000 of bond*, divided into eleven dis tinct clashes, and scrip representing a large floating debt, had already been issued ; that its bonds had been sold at an immense sacrifice, some of them l>e low 66 per cont; that further issues must Boon fol low to build the bridge, additional road, Ac.; that while the capital was double that of other lines con necting with it, of equal length, the receipts were not half as much. All these points, and many others of similar character, we have clearly proved, generally from the company's official returns, and we woald like to see its agent show wherein our statements are wrong. We would like to have them for once, ju*t for a change, drop abuse, and take up facts and figures, and show, if possible, by fair argument and sound reasoning, that we have grossly misrepresent ed the company, and that it is in reality what its managers report it to Ijo? a dividend earning road. The gross earnings of the Chicago and Rock Island Kailroad Company for the six months end ing October 1, 1h&5, will foot np as follows:? ( . ro.n income for fire months ending Sept. 1, 1865, (official) <>....$571 .Ml Gross Income for September, estimated at. ..... . 150,000 Total 9721,661 Induct ('iterating o*|i?nseH, 60 per cant . . .*100,785 Int. on bond* 7$2, 000,000) for 6 month*. 70,000 I'eoria and B. V. Railroad do 02.600 ???MM, 285 Total >228,278 Surplus on hand, alter paying last dividend 03,000 E>iual to 10 per cent on the stock .(321,270 The gross earnings for the next six months, from Octol er 1st to April 1st, are estimated to be 1900,000 ?making for the fiscal year ending April 1, 1856, a total of $1,631,000. In December, 1H64, the chief engineer estimated the gross receipts, operating expenses, Ac., for 1850, as follows <;ro?H receipts $1,600,000 Operating expense $<V10,000 Intcreot on $2 000,000. ............. . 140,000 Taxed 25,000 I^ease of I'eori* and B. V. road 125,000 $0:10,000 .Vet earning" $?70,000 ? wi-iirh i? nn increase over the amount originally eat i mated for net earnings of $.',85,1(11. Thia will Rive the stockholders two semi-annual dividends of 7J per ceut each, and leave in the treasury $182,500 for contingencies. The contin gencies of a railroad company are numerous, and at times important Every railroad company, new or old, should make a reservation for depredation, for accident*, such as collisions, breakages, Ac., not unually provided for in current operating expenses. There are but thiee railroad companies in the coun try. that we know of, which can do this, aud that fact given gi eater value to their Htock. We allude to the Galena and Chicago, the Michigan Southern, and the Chicago aud Hock Wand. Those three companies htve a large surplus, after paying large dividends, and their managers know well the impor tance of retaiuing sufficient to meet any emergency In the last report of the tieasnrcr of the Chicago and Rock Island Railroad Company we tind the fol lowing, which is applicable to nearly all the rail roads ol the country. The only exception* we know of ?e bare nnmcil . ? wi:.n ;i m w road in .iucoi'?iiful operation, the claim* of the tockh'iHer* tor a dividend of nil the t'urnipgt be yond ronalixj Sterne- arc very atrong; ant ofieu, the desire of profit able operation* by inflating the atock has * (till stri :> gtr iiiflu- ate la producing i dividend*. At. the stock !i own .It? iiabie eveiy if jui-ijiou for an incr?a>?il eipen Jit urc is promptly met by a now Una.- of stork. 1i;e re nit ia, th*t at tl>e fn.l of five or ten year*, tin' iHpita! *to '< oa wbich dividend* are to b? declared, is fout. ! to t>e double what it wan uivleratood to be at the time the road purported to be linlihel. And the *tock holdera, af :r fi tu. lat.cn f"r yearn on ten. twelve and fifteen percent dividend*. with an occasional eitra divi dend in atock. at. informal tli.it a dividend will be paid to them prnviii"! tin v ? ill take the amount <uto! u new Itm e of Hto<'k or Iwind/i at par. A proper reservation from the net Income after paying dividends, to meet any contingency, prevents that rapid lnrrou*ein construction account whi< h we rtt in otir railroads. Tl.c true system is to dedu t from the net earnings a certain tier cent to retain ia the treanuty, and n.uke dividends out of the balance, whatever it mny l*?. Ii it will give but two or three percent semi-annually the stockholders will have a guaranty that there vail be no delinquency? that it will ' e permanent, aud can lie satVly calcuia'cd upc-n. In many of our ruil rrnd < ompanic ;s the stockholder* cannot tell fr mi one si* mmths to another whether they wii! get a dividend or not. Something is lik- ly to occur any day on any railrond that will rail for hi ivy ex I enditure-', ard where every cent of the net earn ings, and more too, sre d vided annually ia divi d? i.ds, there ia no alternative but to either increase the d< ht or cea^e paying dividend* to stock holders TLc-re ia almost as much virtue in the fa< t tl ?t at the regular dividend day a cer tain rate will i-e fortbeonaing a* in the extent of t! e per ( cnt paid. It i; the safety anl permanent prodc tivene1;.* of the investment capitalists Inok to mom than anything el e, and when railroad htoeks leccme i-o tLe> v. ill command premiums a* high a* any other < 'ass of -e> urities, W lioever examine* the respective merits of the various securities of the Harlem Railroad Company rannot fail to perc< ive that their present market pries are not correct testa of their c ?mparatl.'C va lue. The common sto<k is now selling at about 2-t l>er cent, end the preferred ?tock at about 10 [it cent. T1 e former pays no dividend, and is not likely to pity an) for an Indefinite |t:riod of tim-: the Ul tei Lear* interest .it s per rei.t which Is still d i? f >r the pa?t jevr, tu.d foes to the |itircl.a-?< r. The llrit mortgage -'-ten per cm' bonds amount to 9.1 ,000 t CO, and they are aecnitd by a ftr *t lien on only 0 miles of the road though they purport on their face to cover 'be entire line from New York to Chatham Ft ur Cotnt r*: they sell at per rent. Tl.e *econd mortgage bonds, issued and to be I tuned , amount to 11100,000. They are a second lit n upon the M ime I oitUin of the road whi< ?? 1* rove ed by the lint mottgage, and ^11 at -f> per C' Ut: but their value might lie largely lamped bf providing a suitable linking fund, t? be raised by saiet r,f the oontpan. -* stq < rflu i- rexl ?t Tl.c only n maining aecrUies of the Hirlctn !UH r> ad C* nioany are about. UOO/C 0 of Albany F xten -inti b"iid4, Wing the balance of lh?' 12 ,'uO origir ally 1 -ued. a'l th" re-t having J en < inverted by the h"!ders into stock ami thus paid. Thcic out -tai ding bold* sre the flntt and only lien n, alioot flflj three tuiles of th<' roa 1, ri?tln^ I2,<K)0,0')0, and lj i n all its earnings, a- well as on a certain portion 0. the earnlvgs of the other part of the road, and ate, In point of urity.de idr Hysaperf-ir to ti?e fir?-t and second mortgage l?ondt and ptreflrre I MM k. aiid are the beet aud ifest obligati >n* whlrii the HarieBi iUilr^id Company hat i*? ied or c m l-sue under its corporate seal; yet they citntn inil in the market but 65 ) r cent. It baa not t>e'-n the |ira< t'ce of the llar% m R lilrood ^'ompany t > c ?nc'4 the Albany r crtifii at<-* when returned lo th - n o i tieing paid by converaion into sto k. and in roit quence of this shameful neglig' nee, a n nnh^r were i ira< dulently re issued by Robert ft- hnyler, b .t we do not fear a recurrence of this fraud, for we are informed that a shareholder in the company, acting under distinguished legal advice, is about to Insti tute proceedings to compel the immediate cancella tion of the redeemed bouds, nowto put it out of the power of any t?coud Schuyler to circulate them again. The terms of the deed of trust, or mortgage, under which the Albany Extersion certificate* were issued, requires that the Hnrlem Railroad Company shul! from tlire to time render to the trustees a full ac count of the receipts of the Albany Extension; but it is almost uHelesa to inform any oue who is at all ac quainted with the loose manner in whi< h the husi wn? of the company has been managed that thU has not been done. It is supposed, however, that when the account is properly stated , including the portion of the receipts due the Albany Extension, under the arrangement with the Hudson River Rail road Company, a sufficient balance will be found due the Extension to pay off the holders of the few out standing certificates, both principal and intere t A number of the holders of the Extension bonds have determined to commence proceedings to com pel an account, and if the fact should be found at stated, it will become the duty of the trustees, unless the full amount due be immediately paid, to take pofMMsion at once of that portion of the road and to foiUid any further use thereof by the Harlem Railroad Company, This state of things has seriously alarmed the holders of the first and second mortgage bonds, some of whom are ai>out to commence proceedings to compcl the company to remove the incumbrance of the "Albany Extension bonds," and procure a reconveyance from the trustees, and thus make that portion of the road now held by them subject to the mortgage claims. We fear that these difficulties will render the affairs of the Harlem Railroad Com pany Mill more involved than they arc at present. The annexed statement exhibits the quantity and value of certain articles exported from this port dur ing the week ending and including Friday, Septem ber 14, 1865, distinguishing the destination and ex tent of shipments to each place:? Commjou* o? TUk Port or Stw York? Vamts ok Exroaw. urmiMoL. Quan'y. Yaluf. Quan'y. Pu,'u>. Cotton, bale.. 728 $.36,708 .?p tur., bbU. 070 $U,.'l91 Hour, bbls.. 3,655 20,182 Tsm.h?mp b<. 330 8,595 Corn, bus.. 61,008 4#,166 Dry goods, <:a 1 148 Wheat 10,006 19,672 Muv.-n 10,000 050 Kim in, bbls.. 1,800 3, .'<49 Other aitlcle* ? 116 Coi.per,Ib*.477,867 63.040 t?p. oil.gls. 13,960 7,8:8 Total $214,133 oi.Asr.ow. Floor, bblii... 148 $1,292 (HIcake. ?... 10 $450 lard, lbs. . .66,100 7, 685 Verdigris, bi* 4 142 Pe?f, tm '-70 0,480 Wood wire, cs 24 270 Butter, lbs.. 3, 8S6 400 Clocks, bxs. . . 04 #13 Cheece,... 100,368 11,112 IWy goods, cs. 6 1,214 Kosin 3,480 10,612 Bark, hhd*. . . 20 492 lard oil. gln.8.628 7,794 Tar, bbls 644 1,?28 Whale oil.... 1,440 1,060 Oars 858 T6? Sperm do.... 2, 300 4,312 Staves 4,800 ."00 Whalef'ts, cks 48 3,388 Other article! ? 195 Tobacco, lbs.03 260 13,468 Total.. $73,801 naimuss. neof, bbls . . . . 100 $2,300 Ko-ln. bbU... 400 $823 Tobacco, lihils 26 3.600 Stave* 21,000 1,^04 I/. C bark.ck- 161 3,780 ? Total $11,8$; RRKMKN nop*, bs 2 $05 Machinery, c?. 1 $225 Oilcloth, boxes 2 400 Hook*Jt mln cs 3 300 l.R goods, c*. 193 8 049 Other article* 239 Skin*, bales . . 19 6,16T ? Total $14,471 ROTlERBAM. Flour, bbls. .. 24 $210 Crys.Pal ?, cs 0' $14 800 Tobacco. lbs 14.011 1 005 In.KuKg Is, e? '.X> 6.'~?8 S.turi.ntne.bb 30 60> StaTas 8.0m) 828 Potashes, bbU 60 1.799 L'gwood,s... 30 026 P.oi-i n 008 t 111 i Sperm oil, ga. 457 887 Total $28 164 wmoi; Flour, bbls... O'^fl $8,002 Crucible". csk. ? si cuke. tig .6,080 29,069 I** cloth, cs.. Ito*Ln, bbl ..2,!'S4 15,032 t'arrtuge Tobacco, hhd. 30 6,4'>5 I>eer skiu*. c? . 1 ttto, lbs. . .lti 727 18,873 Potashes, bbi" Cheese, lbs. 140, 411 13,090 liasomtr'pt.ci W hale oil ga M,4'J8 6,8'jS S.tupntnr,bb.l 26i Machinery, ci. 7 215 Statu 2 000 Turpntinc,bb2,277 7, ."03 Total $1 ? 850 IMUl'Mi HOSTH A MAR] < A* COU)\:m Flour, bbls.. 8, 246 $43,090 Oakum, ba... 70 $25 > Corn n>eal, bis 800 1.4 .*8 <iats. bush.. 2,000 $81 I ice. trs 2.3 C,^fl Woodware, c" 1 00 I'utter, lbs. ,5,fi'J0 1.283 <>U cloth, cm 0 1 4 > 1 ork, bbls,.. 434 8,387 leather . . 177 ?.08 Heef, bbls.... 28 :t'.'8 Apptea b'.l- to) 15 Tobacco lb- $6,816 0 483 !'(?*?. bble. . 5D?. 2i Dtbhil.,., 10 181 Turp'tine. b!? J 10 Coffee, bps. ,. 14 23$ Tea ch* 7 13 Bread, bblrt.. I0?1 ."76 Clocks c. S3 S3 Ba*l?j>, im.S 00 44'' Sc^srs cs..,. 1 8 Tallow, bbls.. 17 ?o* 11 ha. tf 28 toys, cs. ., ,, . 3 22$ Other articles ? 75. Total $49,291 Hour, bbla.. Cortim'-al..,. 27 lork II ( orn, bii-hf' ? 252 Butter, Ibe,. 572 Hn , il?are, e? . l'> Total MUTUM WKtf IK.'il?? $2*2 Tc-.. cheat * 1." 1 I MslJ, r> .1. . (*) f-*#d*. t>aJ? -> . . 2 IS 7 I. iol?i f-?t 4 00 lO1? Otl??r art.ci ?? ? IT.' lard. I!,,.. *1,178 bhi-. tt Varhitiery e* :.l 4 I art) I'll K"' - 1^1 V. bale nil . . . 2, COO I at,?r. Ml- ,? AO Tola! $2,.r0r? M2 9, .17 1J3 1.6W 1. 1 l ?neyi{ U 4 I ??* It Cordaf* >tl ? 20 H'p. h t'ri J') 00) Ot'i -r in !<?* ? floor, bi: ... no Perk 60 teef 4 lard, ll.J. . . lJ.O: Putter 4 '.*4 Chuwe .. 4 186 I ll-nil bl 100 Ham* M.? . . . f'Ttmriil bbU HO I I in !i .1 . . . no I 'd lUh, UbU. I* (audit . bx? 1 Vi lolitrf n. It ..1,048 1 iMd liif f, I 1. Ir di It 88 Total ?AM)1 ?wn $S"7 Hardware pk :.?) l.oeo vok^uiWm.i ii l <o T3 fHlcloth. Ut . I 1 C! it mng. In 1 so# I! nbiiia'.r 41 912 Drug*, pkft. . *4'. Ti unk*. ... ?? 470 Hraady, . . 11 40* I r? ioi ?o?. n. U SOI :J'iook* i b .2,108 so U..OJ 82,100 7 I pa l.vl 115 I.Btnlxtr, f; lTi 061 $t Other ?r-: ? ? 7:s 68 1 1' i r. bb:?. . . 4 ) l'ork 170 I !Mf 4 I 'utter, Ib<, t Mi I bwe .44 lar.' 7 ' 1.' T<1 ???(?. ?. b* . ? > I Ian- It'- .. S84 ? Wilt-*, bin. 208 2. 1 "'0 I i.e. t ... HO < - t;?h ! H4 Hn 'deck d 10 II. .or bbU... 114 |.i."er, lb' 770 l end, Ml-... ftO 1 ? rtiei-t :'-" I * 13 AMb r! 1i>m? & 2 lit : . ware bx/. .U !-i.?ar, >.bi? .. >? 1:.-. 10 1 n p>A'M J k4 20 7 ?r bblr ? i torpeatliM '? l ,. r. 'i< > bi X'-i W in<- f 131 ? in. b ?<?- . 41 I'.mBdr, i . 1*? Wi,i?ker 8 1 ' *1 i J\ 709 I MWi.tmn i . $971 CQiiop'ne.hka JO 178 i ? ft .hot. k>y 1 .;?? Kirnl'ura c? 1 ?mt aaeka... .V) 2 103 caM I .??; t'ar'g., -? J ? \ ff 'i?!'?,bbl? 70 ?7 Icf t?io? . . 10<J 7,t -(uttdrlx, b*? fi 7.') Unnitrmi b? 8 t 'Z 1 . n III ' : ? . 2 ' W e"i'? 1 1 <ar? 72 . jn *?< . '' ' ? !*J0 ? ?r l.r ? ? 14'. S80 l:.5 .$12 174 <> ?: torn . 7') Di'dp't'^tb 1 It i o n * "* ? Total Hoar, t.i I "M I ? k ??? l?f 100 Cora K loO ( i. in meal. . . 281 llama, I ? 123 1 1 ? '" e ... 11.9K I i.'ter . . . f-8,61* i ?t? arr^... 177,472 !? larci, lid- 17 t andle* t J 31# I ne n tibia . , 8W lard?ate,eji. 04" V<*! In. ,bt? XI' ? Itn-fca, pt ... vr 1/ twiera.ra 429 ' 1 ball t in. 420 Afrle imp 4V* 1 entt ''a in-' 2 F Wnltor#. . . 4?l I ea b?-r. t?l- . WH I I J Ifi orth, 4 <xsrur $Urt Tin Wire 4 ?) 7ft Otbar ani -l? ? 14 a i a 41; 1 (>I re oil 1 1 ? S,.Vn W Itk#!" p'*?l Htfi 1 7.'.'? t'eaa, bbla . . 80 4' | Wag.'Oa .... 10 1 l:a inn ??..... * t Ifi.ma in <-e k*) 1 . ? 10 Iv.mant'rt.bii W 2" 0< ? II' p- . 231 2.V-H* Ma?-|rr/ ' ?? 12! :i I'.-J MiMton.?4 VW lc.tr 7 T?r barre'a . :?> 7<i' ( emcnt ... 10, V 1 Srrnp rfaU V>i) 1 41 1 I' 'tr?,b*< t'^i 1 ?*! 0,u !??*- 8--> 2,'' .J l>r!?rtap .bl. 'JO I I?tK>r-, ?????. V"> tiara 8J&0 Bixjt %?u V?l l !? '11 l'/T Ot ier ar'l ?? ? 7 T" lota. 6,20.'; r, 464 4 >(11 170 4?i> Hour. bMa. . , $84 l' i?d I "*e? 100 "lc.^e o, l.bda 2 I on eati^?. t>* 21 I lo'a wat, bi? 'A I ?r r.ltcr*. ... SI t<n.t? 1 Total 11-.K7' In I $ 244 ?..'?? '? I $7 Hen n? m M'j kef. 1 Itfo l"0?d> k* IV I#ad. 4** Chtt art c e? HI i -a: ' tf*. 1-9 Ilanlvare, e? 42* ?ok? 1 I 171 1 aralt'ee. b?a 19 r ?*. 81 r? !',p-r r? -?1 Goto bt *> "0 l oail"*. f* 10,80$ f*:*, art ?t i ? ?T* Floor, bbU .S, 000 $?2,?i0 Tea, ehaata. .. 36 SI 180 $2,?07,,.i0 ; 3,CW'J H7 H/i?7 M38,7i;;> Value ot md*- exported during the we*k. Do. *|*ci? do. it Total exportation Total importation Fkcch* of Imports o*er export* Tb? following U a eompuative Htateraeot of the toIuc of export* from the commencement of the year to Sept. 13: ? IMS. forfait. M.WtUwO _ s.fftT.otr _ 221,868 _ 229 844 ? 2,8lM,'.rjl $618,081 222, $3i ? a,o?3,aga i,ooh,763 ? Total .. $1.4, 000,484 $17.061, DDI $l,8t?7,078 $8,816 171 Net dft-reaae to Sept. 13, 1866 $7,0J7,49t The alx>vc a^gre^ate w amull. Nearly one fourth of the total went to Liverpool. Breadatulft exceed in mine any ctlier ah ip went. Flour, wheat ami corn went forward Ia*t week in lar^e quantities, and the probability la that from thia time out we ahall export produce largely. The importations during the week were compare tively aniiill, an will be ?teeu by the annexed nUte mtut:? Cohmkuih oi Tn* Po?t of Hkw Yobk? Vaunt or Imports. Alal>aat?r orn. Raryte* Hlii.ki t* Hooka. ...... Hoiea Hli.it led Brick* Bronze*,. . . , , lirUkliPH Bunting Button*.,,.., But tick Clialk Cl.eeae China Omi'iit Segara <1*. I'U TJ?, 7 100 t 78 4 2 3 16 1 a> to 120 ?-u :u4 20 Valvt, $116 1,042 11 r.oo '276 373 366 1.6HA 7,4i:i 116 Mirror* Human hair. , Hair Hair cloth . llat'? good*,, India rubber. t-hell* MuaKal iui.tr. Matli. do. Optical do 9,:mu Surgical do. Clay C*>al Coffee Comb* Coir yarn. Cork# PrugK, &c.? Alum 1*4 Bay water,... 16 Et carb aoda. 1,160 . 240 3,076 4,866 1 . 16$ i02 839 119 1.111 11,942 329 4,4)17 iTf 12,018 76,382 -4)8 700 t'kgi 5 1 36 2 11 1 8 34 1 6 2 18 19 560 75 Caater oil Copaiba Cochineal .... Cudbear Cuttle flah..., Brimatom* . . , Oum Arabic. , (iutn copal . . , Cum benu.ne Cud cocorie. Cr*am tartar Ka?enw* .... laingla** .... Ipecac lie. paate. . . I eecbe* Kreoaote. . , . Opium Quinine I'e?. an! knotty 24 96 41 13 40 180 25 46 31 162 81 37 1 5 r.t> 13 2 26 21 7 ?Wi-lrj Oil painting. Mac arotti. . . . Mustard liquor*? Ale Heor Porter (tin.,,. Rum DUcolt 6,860 Patent leather Hoot* It ah'** I>re??ed akirut. 164 TJndreaaoddo. ? 3,189 Horn '26,000 438 Metal good* ? Cutlery 44 Hardware.... 168 Anc. & cable* 3 Chain* R't Antimony .... 16 Iron, ton*. . . 1 , 1?V4 K. K. iron . Hoop do I'ig do 1 160 804 50 76 2C5 3 13 75 3 1 22,075 4,789 1,080 228 075 372 108 1 ,331 1,747 21,178 tluna , LIU KMdlM Sal. aoda Soda a?h ... !? U) i. nf lead

Tart acid.., I eruT. bark Other article* ? Dye wood*, Paint* 955 '.65 78 10 17;; Argbl* . I'lack lead, lac. dye . .. 1 ogwi od Indigo U'baige . ,. lfaifcr 1 ii\*t(4 oil . Olive oil, .. I'uint* Sumac Verdict i- .. Vet million VMii'it.g 100 M0 70 10 10 444 428 606 146 loo 14 41 II Kiul1?, Nut- he. ? ruHiim '? ? Nnta ? I * in'in- ? Curt an' ? .... 630 Higruvinga . liiicry harll.i tiwa rt' lalting 1 i-ill I'urottate. . . 1 ura Fancy good-* (?** fixture* t.iiatine .... C.lue (.lax "ht. . . I late gia mi , . 343 777 2,710 8'i: 146 9,837 4,4U. 423 6.I.H8 0.400 ?2.KKI (M3 2,760 '2 ?0'l *c.? VI, Wl 1.R88 ?2, 4 HO 10 088 3,016 570 oil ;,4 ion 4 8* 0.057 ?280 5.647 1.786 200 Sheet Iron . . . Tube. S'eol Steel frami-1 Tin llumbngo. . I lat ma .... '/Jnr >bea')nng 1'erc. rap? I'U'ed wate .-ia?i tiery ... Rra*a good". Metal gooilt I*ad Maehlnert Mai bit .... Mill nlonei. M .laj-^> Pap?'r 12,834 . . 776 . 1,260 .. .. 13 .3,763 .. lW .5 637 1 10,8' I .. 3t 1 38 3.5 7 3 7 8 18 ,364 6 04 801 US l ap hangiug4 16 54 4.',0 I'erfumery l'il*? I'laatir .... Salt Keeda S*p. ??ipi' <?? Stationery Si. gat , lihd 1 Sugaf lit Spungi Tapioca . . To'.acrr, T?r? 20 0-23 Tow .12 W at<- bea ;.,7 .0 Wine< .... fhampaxn.' IVjrk wo' t Sandua J j Waale Wool Clock*.. . . I.utnh.-r, . . . Sundries 111; 1,720 4"" 5,42' 3,7f.3 55i 1 .42 !!?. 1?0 I'i.OOI 1 .47 2 1 hi;i li!2 3, 025 18 I .. Sol .2,035 .' 2J'l l.H.'iO , . 110 . . 58 ,:,667 . '..'13 . 10 .. 83 713 .. 18 lf.O 46 . '271 0M. 113 2.'0 V?]a* nf metcbanai* j.*t on Hie marke* during tbe wi nk $l,fl#3,$#T t '}. diy go<?ia do. do l,fi6f.,0Sg T< tal importation* t The bulk of import* appear* to lie every week iu tli) #<*><)?. Of cnerul merchant*? the pritM ipal item* are a* follow*: Coffee, S7f>(362; madder, $7f>, 'Ml; uodretu-ed akin*, J >,604; Iron,). 4,10 ' railroad iron, >'0,332; ateel, 160, *74; tin, $sl,X,6. ragi, $51, gar, wuteh"*, tttl,7fc7. It will be -' 'n (!,. more than on< half of the ag^r < ite of genera! . uchandi-ic wa* in the f<*v*? article-* riurnod above. fttock Kirbuifr. 5 OHO In'i f-'lafe 5V': 1W0U Min UUi I C'? riioo do . ?;jo l'?l \ 000 Kr Jl I.f bCO 10T0 Hud It U M II Hu k -i M B.< ; TiOO lUGrt I'. R 1UHO 'to n3 .(**) d" 'jnt o .1 - . . .bif> Mian NY . Y ( *,*TI 7V. , . 1' 'SO do ... . b3 ) uoo (1 kr. l. K t>U 15 baPkoTCnoi .',0 Vrti of <.l(tan HI . 100 1 siiton Co .... -*i 1 m HO HO 1 <. v, (in !,*?*) do. b'J <lo ilo Tt!\n?i! Co r '0 I i nn (>??! ' 120 do M 0 ' am (ill i. '? ;<fl0 do ii* 40 do. I0n0 d< '.00 do >?*" l '.00 Ward <'<.? ' u!? ?toil do 010 if <>afdin*r I Kit J y '.'.0 llarV-tn RR. r. ifl Readu g I'R. ? w) 00 t 0 1 ?> CM ?on . 0 ? *.'! V, ?r:\ VH\ Hi! V, HI * 14', * ? *b OP, 101 J 04 V* 10-> IIO So ?x 26V v. 2 86 ft 1". 10! 1ft, ?:1 i7 > l', l >, t?i< "??V H ri i o.it, M I 1' ' 100 iIm Kwliof KH.c , 00 Mirh (Vn Ki! r ? & HlohH'drN'.IaRR 101 37 e? 80 do . . , ."OO Til ( -n III! &0Gai k i id< 50 do. loo do I'M II id?"n K Kit 100 do . . VS0 C.O Erl* T.R *3 60 do . . . . . ? 0 lKiO ?)? ..'I df. ... M ) . 101% bro i . . Pi '? ill' I , t M 117 tg ,bi? lit 41 r,p, &I1, 51 , 150 1750 I ' > 5<?l ity< i&O luO 250 '."K) '00 'J VJ <1 , lOOderefclol tlf !>no 54?i . . b.l * l't a :.i', ?10 M : 1,10 , mOO I. <1 i.M) M , 5 t ?; *!> 5tV ?<<0 . I,.'! do ?1 . 5 1 biAHo<-kl o'lltR W do M <i<> lo da 50 do. 1'; jo aM '? ??cons I'O )?*) wo Oam r<^l I'" 4" .:o d? do , . . . 0' i) Of. .'?W H y r A N . ft I! Mlrli r?atral i!l! lWt l^i I ?k RK It 0 lli.'J hi? I R h.1 I' # 4a 0(1 H Mm R vfl *7 S V7 S I'll *4 . ri I '?) .>14 '1 T 160 do '."0 Rri? 1*1' & 4'0 UiO ?.? 10) '.At 11 n-, 100 . !?*) ; t d ... looii bio I1") , ... io?is *7 HT II '{ r, . , tt?. ( ITl TVADR RKNRT. a i 1'iuT -- pt 15? . !' V A,i ? rnrh fny ?! ftuu'ww ? I lour wu a lit'.- nn?Mi'-d eomm i trar?i briii|[ r?t? and n<*d?<t a' ? c t ? ? ? ktnd< ? 'lull aud b?*?jr Thr ' ?r#d lii HQ l'l?I? bra aa'i !?' arr?1?? in I -i-Uitg ?> ? ? et'ra .-lata ? ?" *7 s ? M H , ? 7 ?*" n ill }" * t miln l<> ?tlri * ' |- 1 , ? ? tod ti i. r arad*' at (.r ,?/r' n,',i? ?'? ? ? ur w*? ' i tet hi,'! Worth only |1 a. % a ?? IJn? ? t ftr Md. Oirn una un, - ? ^ . ti]** ? "p # einbrT''"! b* # ** d ' a: t It# ' l,i "fly HootJ. rn at It W 1 1: <14 f?f ?l, ? i r i | j 1 11 Mftir ral j*' i< ?o?i ah?"' I ? b , -i.i 'fit II 14 a II 17 *?<?>? -:?'i-?r.4W...u n,H*??r? m Mr .44 . m a?".n''ai(' a "I |U ??' ' ? ' ? *?;> I; ' ' -I t,? t'la'aril'w M ?*'' (,00 laaii'*,* O'ltan bIuj at ; ' a *7?Vf. |*r oa<n" (V ?> - ?> ' ?*? ft ? ?? tlf lte *nd DM - ' Ji >. u# <? |i?I*ai< tarn* <,*i h Ij . iou i? ? al ?/' ? at fa ? (?t? ??!>?,' latlu* ? f ,v w?r? 1^-a tn (tnta4 r U. u* -,u >??' ? t I ? M I' f at Wtr',? a < 1 "'h-r ? d4 w ? ana Halt 'I. I nji.'iw ?Yur l^teryaoi >?*?? ??-a l .m, i.? ? ' ? "'-ft a' i ' ?0-1.4 j**' t*? i 'X*' '? f h< ??. a o, *? i>i?i r ???n at 'M a a||>l ; t htt> t>M< <? >la ?' h ' a? 'a" tn l>> a' J< M a d ? >-n I,. ?> y r' at T? Imi'Im tlx ? Wa * f?<? ? ft wur at ?. <'t bbi roaia at <ba a?ii? al a4 i i<H"4a ?? > >r\ a .T7? H ^*rt?a I r liar ?, ' wit ik fj^-i bal?? <??' t -1 a'. , |..r | . a J TOO M ''OKI at b"" pti bb I ?; ill.'; y : ti ? 1, ? <:?r, j*!t t Hit _4 ? < 00 '<?>? writ >.) at f*r?<r | II .i* ? Ar-o' *7 aa.a* f uatif^-* nani- ?? t ^ r , - 1 i; a 1 % if tiuw ?100 (una Scotch |Hf were purohwi at * $X7H, uauaf terma per ton I attih wete quiet bu' flr in at #1 40 a 11 43l{ fee thousand V J**Ab ?*rlrd little Lmi ? ,i- in ilmul at $1 1X1 for common Rockland, and SI '11 Inr lump, p<-r bbl, V uut-Hi ru'.fi *carn? and unlet TV anlea did not ei cetl tut hhda. I'c.rto Kiro, ?u<J 1 >0 bbU New Orietiua at 37# ? Ma p< > gallon liAiMf ? Cut were aeiling at 4o ea*h. and 4v?c, uauai term*, per lb. Navai A lively inquiry exiated for aplrita turpentine, wh rh wa* held k* 4<? . * 47c. per gallon. OUter article* unchanged. , f>H/< ? Whale wa? pretty active inl lirm, anl there ??-' a t Kit drmimJ fur linwi-'l at tut tnur t ?'.??, but other kind* were unaltered Ihhl-iii ?. ? I'ork di/"| layed no n*w featn-e, t)ii> aalea ? mbiutiug LOU IbL. at 42" tVJS. f?r iu.' ami 1:1 ;i7>* a ?'.1 iiO for ptitne per Mil. Nothing realiv n?w In rut tufa t* 4i?t hbla lard realized ll'?c ? He. per lb. there j were '<* blilf beef pure) ti .??? ?t 1 1 IjC i 11 \c for t -in J tr> pi-tn.r; H a >14 fur do nii'M and Hfi bU a tl7 l >r i repacked mefi, jwr bbl. Uutter auJ cbe-Hw* teuiaiu.-l tileoit Uin Kaitit* Hji* ? A liiflit b ioiiiPMii traa transact -I at $6 7 & a ?'< 1'."-, per IcO Ibp. Suakh *<?!?.? unchanged Thr w?le? r?ach?d 670 hhda. f\il>a, Ac , at 7' a Bo |or lb '1>( low wa* hel I at 1 . ',c. a 1 'J\c per lb Wtn:!KKY .? i-'omf 7?00 bbln. Jeraey, ttbio and pr toa w^re obtaui "-I at 4<tc- a lie pet g?!l< n i Wrtkly Hi \mr\ nf Ih-otlu to tlif city and i oiinty of New York Iroin the *:b i|a; of Septeniler tu the I6lh day of September, 1165 Men, w women, ^fl,boyi. IW, jlrlt, 1U0? Tut*l, Hft ! A lui'ji, 114 cbiMtmi, Mv, male* ?H7, lema (m, !iS1; i . H M pnrm ni, 10. nuniAiiM Album. oaiti Ar I Bright'* Kerer, *cai .et J JlM-are of ki'ltii'/a . . 1 >wr, typhoid !l Apoplexy.,,, 3 Fever, typhu* t? ] Aapi>>-?ia i hwtantf Dm mWi ... l j A ht lirnji 1 I'rnotur* of th? 'Auft 1 j HlcertlnR ty?m '.ungk 4 lle^rt, <llM>a?e of 3 j tUveding from womb 2 Hooping eoogh ...13 j Itronehftia '1 lattaminatlon Of bowvla .IS | Cancoi 1 Intlamiuatinn of brains. . . 16 \ e n ir of Um bflut . 1 Inlnitlin r?4 b*?fl I j (hula- a. 1 Intlaminati'iB ol llvar . . . , 1 (liu!or% inf?ntmu 54 Inttammutb n of 1 nii<* . H ( hclora inorbu? il InflamiiMtlun of atmni"l>. 1 ? ii i. So- :? o! liver 1 Inflammation ol toiuiU... 1 Conipi ea*ion of th ? brain lnnaulty U by lull I ImMN,, I Conrnaiilon of tbe brain Kidney a, iiUeate ol 'i by fall 1 Killed or uinrdered, by ConRfttlkn < f tlie brain 9 pruaaie aeld 1 (V>rw*U. n of the lunx? , ?'! Malformation of an u? 1 Conauinption .'19 Malformation of lunga. . .. I Convulsion- Infaixil*. .(>. Marannua. tnfantil* 4i Cunvuleiotia pm-rperal,. 'I Mea-toa ? t"rou|i 4 C?M ige 4 lability, infan'ile. ...... . 4 I'nloy 'I IHaiThn-a 81 I'rematui* birth ........ 1 Prnj>?y > ft Scrofula 4 liropny In th? cheat. 1 ^maU^xn 1 J'rcp?y in the bead J-pru* S |)rowne<l ,T* S Stillborn 13 Jlyi-en'fry 2f> Silclila, by hanging j-iilargrment of the heart. 1 Suicide, by pruwie add * Kpilepny 'I Salciile, by ahooling ... 1 (?j-ywpt'bu 2 Tmthlng b tevcr. biliou* 2 Ulceration "f tba tiaweln 1 Fever, intermittent 1 White awetl nig 1 Fever, nervoua 1 Wnrnn 1 Fever, puerperal ... . ... U WouBda, Id the head. . . . 1 Fever, icuittent. 2 ? lotal Rf AMTt l^TIOfl ? PIWAKm Bonea, Joint*, Ac 2 Stillborn aud premature Itrnlu ati'l nei\e? I'.O biilh 31 f.'ene<atlve organ* G Htnmarh, bowelanudolher llen"t imd blo<Ml vene'? (i digestive o'gan< '^10 I.unj*, throat, Ac **4 Uncertain aeat an ) genn Old i.gtf 4 ral fever* -2 Skin. A.' , and eruptive Urinary urg..m 3 feveri. 14 ? Tof ?. . . ? C'f which ?i*te?n we e from violent cau*e<. 4UM Cn<l?r I year. '.0 i 40 to f>0 ye?r? W 1 to '/year* 110 60 to <W yeara ...... W 2 to 14 year* Ill W) to 70 year < 10 6 (o 10 year. 14 70 to SO yeara ? 10 to 15 learn 2 M to SOyeara 4 1 A to ID yeara 14 HO to 100 yeara... 2 20 to U> yeara 19 I'nknuwu u 26 to .'10 yeara .. 22 ? :<0 to 40 ye?r? '24 Tot?! 60 aan'irjf BriHukAMtiM 1 I'ruola 1 I eniiiM it . I Scotland 4 tngUU'i .... I I'nlted Htat??.. . ... Krai. c 2 DllUMVI 4 i Ce'inany ...... We?t lmiie# 1 It ulaud 6 Italy ? 1 Tota' W3 rt iiur is frn-nii Aiiruhouv H.k ?'.<!? I,. 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