Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 23, 1873, Page 11

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 23, 1873 Page 11
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ftSAiMIAL AND COMMERCIAL. EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK. 1 ? . ? WHY GOLD IS LOWER. The ^Possibilities in tlie Future. How Much Coin Is There in the Treasury ? OUR IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. /? THE FOREIGN SITUATION. ? THE WORLD BABE OF SPECIE. t*The Alabama Payments Will Tighten the English Money Market. SOUTHERN SECURITIES. GOVERNMENT BONDS. Wall street, ) Sunday, June 22, 1873. | The most pronounced event of the week just closed was the yielding of gold to sundry direct Influences at lionfe and abroad. Chief among these may be noted the reduction from 7 to 6 per cent in the rate of discount of the Bank of Eng land, the sales by the Treasury Department during fte month and the anticipation of the large dis ?? bursements to be made on the 1st of July. But for this fortuitous combination of circumstances it Is an open question whether the price would have maierially receded. It may also be questioned -whether Secretary Richardson has not exhausted tola opportunities In achieving this object, and would find It to be the correct policy at once to commence husbanding his resources and to ' kccummulate as much gold as possible. It lias been repeatedly asserted, anil not a few have sought to demonstrate, that were the Treasury Buddenly called upon by the exigency ol a gold "corner" or a panic in this market to throw upon it, for the purpose of relief, Ave or eight millions of dollars, It could not be done without embarrass ment to the government. A financial correspond ent during the week goes so far as to gravely charge that a fraud Is being perpetrated upou the people of the United States In the publication of . flie dally statement or the Treasury balances at Washington, because, as he alleges, there are f nothing like seventy-five millions ol coin In the Treasury with which to pay Its interest and re deem*lts certificates of deposit. He says:? It is a well known fact that the Treasury at Wash inatouls but little more than the oftlce or the Sec retarr, where he receives tha reports of the transactions of the Sub-Treasurers and of the finan cial agents of the government throughout the country, but that, as a rule, no amount of prolcl coin is ever held In its vaults, but Is kept on de posit in the Sub-Treasuries throughout the coun try. The largest amount of coin has always been {.eld by the Sub-Treasury In this city, and a recent eport showed it to be about lorty-one millions 'eight hundred thousand dollars. The real gold bal ance, however, is only $37,r.oo,ooo, the remainder being in silver bars and certificates received for duties, but not marked off or cancelled. lflt be true that the irovernment holds seventy-seven millions ? or gold coin, and tie New \ork office can show only about thirty-seven million dollars, ?where, then, is the remaining $39, 000,000, and in what Sub-Treasuries is it held on deposit ? The San Francisco office at one time held a JarK0 amount of gold, but It was so reduced by exports 1 to China that within the last two years gold has 'been shipped there by rail iroin this city, in order ? that It might meet its disbursements. The writer adds It is reported in Wall street that a large amount or the so-called coin In the Treasury consists of chucks of the Syndicate, and that gold certificates have been Issued against them for the redemption of the so-called bonds, while the new Jives have not been delivered as yet to the subscribers, this operation having the tendency to iuake gold heavy In the market and depress the premium lor Kthe benefit ol the Syndicate who are short ol it. 1 These arc serious charges, and if they are only I >artlally proved the etfect upon the market both iere and abroad wonld be damaging In the ex treme. The opening and closing price or gold on Saturday was 115.?*. The highest price was U6>?. A considerable number of prophets predict that the figures will be much lower In the course of thirty days, and that we shall witness a lively ex ' iportation to supply the wants of England. While the lact has been already discounted by the street 1, It must not be overlooked that millions of dollars will be taken from the country by the multitude or toortst3 now thronging the European steamers or preparing for departure. California is likewise shipping heavily of bullion, two of her mines alone turning out $3,000,000 per month. China and Japan have been absorbing our precious metals flrom the Pacific coast lor years, and what is worse, * they never return to our circulation. Indeed the ^ figures Indicate less gold in America to-day with which to meet our promises to pay than there has been lor many years. TUB MONEY MARKET AND BANK STATEMENT. The healthy condition of our money market is Illustrated by the weekly bank statement. The sum of $12,166,375 over and above the legal reserve is re ported, showing a percentage or reserve as com - . pared with liabilities or 30.84 in ravor or the national banks, and or 26.88 In favor of 'he State 'banks. The figures show an increase or $1,189,400 In loans, or $430,700 in specie, of $2,221,400 in de posits, and of $307,000 in legal tenders. The de crease Is shown In the circulation? to wit, $00, 700. The total liabilities amount to $247, 744,.' wo, tne legal reserve on which is $61, 936, 125. The excess Is stated above, and indicates an increase over the statement of last week or $195,225. The usual statement, with its predecessor of the past week, t given below June 14- June 21. IJM.BR. $277,714,400 $278,903,800 X?*,* 26,967,'l00 27,398,300 circulation.. 1 ! 27,402.700 27,362,000 neoosits 218,171,100 220,392,600 Segal tenders 46.397.ooo 40.704,200 The changes of the week have been as follows: Increase In loans Increase In specie.... \ Decrease in circulation I Increase in deposits. . Increase in legal tenders , 307,*w The case in the loan market has been uninter rupted ^nd the supply of money was more than enough at from 3 to 5 per cent on call, commercial paper being 6 % to 8 per cent. The belief con tinues to prevail that, in consequence or prepara tions to the contrary, there will be much less of stringency during the Fall than existed last year. Jlanks and capitalists are giving evidence of this 'confldeut feeling by tendering money on time at 5 a e per cent lor 30 a 60 days, 7 per cent or the same amount In gold lor the rest ol the j car. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. The total of the foreign commerce or New York during the past week is represented by the follow ing figures:? General merchnndlne imports, including dry floods, $5,700,962; produce exports, $6,671,985; ami ?oecle exports, $1,067,890. The total merchandise imports since January l are *204, 651, 776, <218,835,969 last year and $178,849,119 in 1871. The ' 'total exports or produce since January 1 are *128.912,00;), against $97,437,497 last year, and .1105.614,570 In 1871. The totul exports ol specie ?once January 1 are $24,td8,42l, against $33,435,786 last year, anil $37,308,921 in 1871. The following is a classification of the speclc ex ports for the week:? Bliver bars Foreign sliver com Spanish doubloons Oold bars ? ?????? ,'12?, American gold coin 1'10J The total duties received at New York for eleven months from July 1 were aa follows:? 1872. 187a. six months $74,078, Ml $84,393,092 January 13,317,088 10.763,628 February 14,710,928 12,893,8^7 Marctl 14,096,994 12,101,274 April 13,948,999 9,828,491 May 10,806,468 8,862,528 Ten moutlis $140,967,668 $118,840,851 The exports from New York to foreign ports for flvc months trom January 1 were 1872. 1873, Domestic produce $81,384,158 $110,177,025 Foreign tree goods Ml, 823 l,l4U,t)04 Foreign dutiable goods.. 4,390, ?44 3,717,320 Specie and bullion 24,676,697 21,163,288 Total exports $110,943,620 $138,207,843 Do. exclusive of specie. 86,366,923 115,044.555 The exports (exclusive of specie) lrom New York to foreign ports for eleven months ending with May, were:? 1872. 1873. Six months $119,604,290 $130,400,814 January 18,051, oo4 20,050,550 February 17,915,169 81,139,002 March 16,530,019 21,982,209 April 17,089,784 25,619,788 May 15,880,947 88,253,026 Total produce $205,971,213 $245,445,369 Add specie 46,887,621 56,007,431 Total exports $252,858,834 $301,452,800 It will be observed from the above statement that the balance of trade abroad is materially in our favor, the exports of domestic produce show ing the largest gains. On the other hand, the fact will uot be lost sight of that the receipts for cus toms duties show a large reductlou as compared with last year. They are likewise nearly a million of dollars lower than last month. THE fORSlUM MARKET presents no new features. The question of gold, however, is viewed In England with aa much, If not greater, interest than it is lu the United States; for while here the probabilities chiefly con cern a knot of speculators, there they enter into the welfare of every business man who has a bank account. Hence a rise or fall in the rate of dis count, showing, as It does, with thormometrlcal precision, the actual or the anticipated financial condition, sends its influences broadcast and evokes even tho possible interference of the gov ernment Itself. Concerning the general situation the editor of the commercial Times, in his issue of the 7th inst., uses the following strong language:? As we remarked last week, THE WORLD IS VERY BARE OP GOLD. One large sum is locked up in the Bauk of France. A statement lias iudeed been made that the Bank of France will pay a part of the iast payment of the indemnity hi gold if tho French Finance Min ister so wishes it. Hut no part of the payment Just due appears to have bceu so paid, and the next payment is not due till July. Any relief to the money market, therefore, which is thus to arrive must be postponed till nexfc month. Then, another ureat sum is locked up in the stores ol the German government, which is now coining at an accelerated rate, having coined ?10,750,000 since the beginning ol the year. And then the Alabama payment ol ?3, 200, 000 will have to be made be tween this and September. Bills, we believe, It is arranged, will be drawn trom America on certain Unas in England, which will be met out of the public deposits in the Hank of England, and this will reduce the amount of those deposits and so far the means of the bank 01 England. It Is true that the American Secretary of the Treasury is to announce the redemption by an equal amount of the bonds 01 1862, which are mainly neld In Europe ; so that though ?3,200, 000 Is paid to America by England, a somewhat similar sum will contempo raneously bo paid by ^VmeYlca to Europe. But though this may be an equation as respects Europe it is not one as against England. ALIi THE ALABAMA PAYMENTS must bo paid by England, but all the bonds of 1862 are not held In this country. Accordlagly, tho English money market will probably be tight, ened by the operation even H the European money market is not. And the European money market will probably also be so, since a movement Of money always makes it dearer, even though payments on one side are equal to pay ments on the other side. Indeed, It Is only plain good sense that the payment of so large a sum as ?3,2oo,oou from Englanu to America should tend, temporarily at least, to make money dearer in England. Then another movement is in progress on the Continent, In consequence of the payment of the last instalment of the indemnity to the German government. Looking to past experience the eflect of these payments always nas been to cause dearer money. ?The mere movement has caused momentary dearness, and money has been less efficient for the moment. The German government has called In from the open money markets of Europe more than it has repaid to those markets, and this has caused more LASTING DEARNESS. There have also been instalments of three loans, the American funding loan, the Chilian and the Uungarlan becoming due here during the lust week. These loans may uot have been entirely taken by the public here. But the committee of the parlies who have agreed with the respective governments to llnd the money? the syn lcates, as the market vocabulary calls them? are under a stipulation to find the money necessary for .the Instalments, and must so And It. The effect, therelore, is the same on our market as 11 the instalments ol the loan had been taken by the public. And England has be come so completely the centre of the world's money matters that such payments are constantly becoming due here, and we must almost weekly llnd the money to make them. The number of little drains on our market has seldom been so great as at present, and we are uot at ail well able to cope with them. GOVERNMENT BONDS during the greater part of the week were dull, with considerable difference at times between ask ing and bidding prices, in consequeuce of the irregular movements in other departments of the street. The following official quotations will show the situation on Saturday United States currency sixes, lUJtf a 114>,'; do. Bixes, 1881, registered, 116% a 118% ; do. do. do., cou pon, 121 % a 12154 ; do. live-twenties, registered, May and November, 116% a 116% ; do. do., 1862, coupon, do., 116 a 116% ; do. do., 1864, do. do., 116 a 116% ; do. do., 1866, do. do., 117% a 117%; do. do., registered, January and July, 115 a lift';; do. do., 1866, coupon, do., 119)^ a 119% ; do. do., 1887, do. do., 120% a 120%; do. do., 1868, do. do., 120 s a 120',' ; do. ten-forties, registered, 112 % a 112% ; do. do., coupon, 112% a 113; do., fives of 1881, coupon, 114)* a 114%. SOUTHERN SECURITIES. It Is unfortunate not only for the people of the entire South, but for many innocent sufferers in the North, that the financial situation in two or three of those States has reflected discredit upon nearly all of them. During the past month the Governor of Louisiana has been forced to issue an executive ordet compelling the publication or a quarterly exhibit of the debts and collections of that State, in order to relieve, as he mildly puts the thought, "the uncertainty that exists in the public mind." Some ol the State officials of Alabama have been in New York for weeks vainly endeavoring to lilt the burdeu by which their people are oppressed. Little Florida, with a debt so trilling that some of the bankers of Wall street could sign their checks for the amount to-morrow and snap their Angers at it, Is also in the market, while North and South Carolina arc about to INDL'LUE IN THE LUXURY of Courts to determine what amouut of obligations are just and properly payable. In the latter State the tangle seems to be Inextricable, for there is not a man within her borders who can at i this moment tell the exact amount of j her Indebtedness. Tn? people insist that 1 there have been fraudulent issues of bonds, 1 and the present Comptroller of the State? carpet- 1 bagger though be be? has frankly acknowledged 1 the fact. The citizens arc not only willing and able, but are anxious to pay the Interest upon the honest obligations of the State, and only await the . clearing up of the ugly doubts that attach to certain ' of toe recent issues. Their own welfare as mer- 1 chants and planters depends npon theft* malnten- j ance of the public lalth. How ttcan best be done Is ' THE DISTURBING QUESTION. It may finally result in a compromise, or rather in a funding of all debts contracted during the past four or Ave years on the basis of say 50 cents on the dollar, and the reissue of a new set or bonds. This would get rid of the objectionable issues and doubly enhance the vaine of every species of South Carolina securities, old and new, at the same time that faith in the people or the state would be re stored, the thought of repudiation would be for gotten, and all who are interested in her obliga tions would be satisfied. It is estimated that fully TEN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS have been lost by tne citizens of New York alone through thetr purchases and sales or South Caro lina bonds. The loss rails with especial severity upou those who, trusting In the rormer reputation ol the State, made permanent investments at much higher prices than Drevail to-day, but And load of bonds would scarcely suffice to secure a decent loan from a first class bank. HIGHEST AND LOWEST PRICES. The following table shows the highest and lowest prices of the principal stocks Saturday Highest: Lotreat. New York Central lol v 101 v Erie... 64 63i, Lake Shore 93V 91 V Wabash 88 V 67*5 Northwestern 72V Northwestern prelerred 84V 84 s Hock Island 10?v 109* St. Paul 61V 51 V St. Paul preferred 71V 71% Ohio and Mississippi 38 V 37V Union Pacific 24V * 23X 0., C. and!. C 28 W 27 V Western Union Telegraph 85 *? 85 >, Pacific Mail 38V 38 In Philadelphia Pennsylvania^ wore quoted at 109 and Reading at 116V CLOSING PRICES ? -SATURDAY, 3 O'CLOCK P. K. Western Union. 865$ a >?*>>? Oh A N W 72V a 72V l>. L A w . .exd. W, u ion n J Central luf?Z a 106 Pacific Mall.... a 38 y P.oek Island. ..109 a 109? N Y central ... 101*2 a 101V ?< Paul 51?,' a BljS Erie 6SJ? a 64 St I'aul pret 71 14 a 71* Harlem . . .ex d .126 a 127 Wabash 67V * ?7s Host, llarl A E.. 2H a 2 V Ohio A Mun .IS >4 a 3s3> Lake Shore 92% a 'S* "an * hi Jo.... 35 a S5V Union Pacific.. 24V a 24?; (J, C A 1 i) 27V* Pittsburg 87J? a 87l? 28 COMMERCIAL REPORT. Spot Cotton Nominal ; Futures, 3-10 a 1-4 Lowrr- Groceries tin I c 4? Provisions Doll? Flour Sternly? Wheat Kusler? Corn Steudy? t)ats Quiet? Naval Stores and Petroleum Uuict. Saturday. Juno 21?0 P. M. The trade moYement during the last week was Blow, and commerclal-values were more fluctuating aud uncertain than oven during the preceding week. The extremely warm weather Induced a general desire 011 the part of the mercantile public to leave the city, aud those who could do so have either gone or arc making preparations to leave at the earliest opportunity. In view of this fact tho dulness in commercial circles previously alluded to has become intensified, and the volume of busi ness lu most commodities lias decreased irom day to day, until in numerous instances the markets have becomo wholly nominal. The export movement in breadstuff, though greatly retarded by the extreme rates, present and prospective, has been fairly active and has afforded the most noteworthy exception to the general rule of dulness Incident to the season. Prices have fallen, it is true, until snip pers have been enabled to purchase pretty freely ; yet, owing to the difficulty of procuring freight room or to obtain vessels for charter, even at the high rates current, many orders could not be filled. Corn has ruled dull nearly all through tho week, very little oi it being in condition to ship by sailing vessels, and steamer room being very scarce and high, prices steadily declined until the best canal corn would scarcely bring 60c. per bushel, while that lu poorer condition sold down as low as 40c. to 45c., and .was very difficult of sale even at these extremely low prices. Oats likewise declined, being borne down by tho low price of corn, and prices havo ruled lower than for many months, though selling at nearly tbe same prlco as corn. In other commodities scarcely anything ofluterest trans pired during the week. Dry goods, hardware, Ac., Ac. were extremely dull, and in many cases wholly nominal.' There was perhaps more vitality in the hardware de partment than alinosi anywhere else, but the market was nevertheless emphatically dull, ami buyers seem ingly tried every known expedient to force a concession, without meeting with much success, (in 'Change on Saturday the flour market w as dull and nomlmai at the reduced prices, which show a decline of 50c. to CI per barrel during the week, while the tendency was still to wards a lower point. Oort-KK.? All descriptions were in limited request and sales were conllned to MM) bags Rio, per Mcrnniac, at 1824c., gold, and 250 bags St. Doming , at 17'iC., gold. We quote Rio. ordinary cargoes, 17J,c. a idc. ; lair cargoes, 18V.,e. a 18kc. ; good cargoes,' it?4'o. a 19c. ; prime cargoes, 19Ve. a 19Vc. ; extreme range for lots, 17tjc. a ISVo., gold, per lb., 60 a 90 days' credit:. lava (govern ment bags), 20Vc. a 21c. ; do. l^rass mats), 21c. a ?2e. ; Singapore, do., 17c. a 18c. ; Ceylon, lSKc. a I'J',c. ; Slara caibo, l8Vc. a W,c. ; Luguayni, llle. al'J'jc. ; Jamaica, 18c. a l'Jc. ; St. Domingo, 16V?c. ; Porto Rico, i?c. a 19Vc. ; Costa Kica, 18Vc. a 19)ic. ; Mexican, a 19c. ; Manila, 18c. a lS^,c ; Angostura. I8}.c. a l'Jc. ; Savanilla, 18, ^c. a l'Jc. ; Curacoa, 18V1'- a 19c., gold, 60 a 90 days' credit Cotton on the spot was neglected and nominal, with a noticeable tendency in favor of buyers, owing to the lower ruling of future deliveries. We sum up as lol lows _ To-Day. Lart Evening. Total L Export 25 ? 23 Consumption 126 40 106 Speculation 10 ? 16 Totals 167 40 ~a)7 ? For lUture delivery the sales last evening, after three o'clock, were as follows:? June, 100 at 19 lO-loc., short no tice: 100at2?>ic. ; July. 300 at a>J,c., 1,200 at 20 5- ific., 100 itajff Wc , 500 at 20 li-32c.; August, 1,500 at 30,'., c., 600 at 20 3-16C , .'tiO at 20V4c. ; September, 100 at 1H 13-I6c . ion at H?-,c. ; hctobtr. )??> at 18 3-16c., 2yu at i8Vc. : November, 100 at 18c. ; December, at 18c. "I otal, 5,50 J bale.* Sale* to-day ti|> to one P. M.? .lu.'lf. J'*"'nles at Jic., snort notice : Juiv, 1,000 at 20Vc., 1C0 at 20 9 I'JPjlt '-y aide., 200 at 20 e., 100 at 20 3-l6c., 2"0 at 20Ve., 1,100 at M%c., 400 at 20 5-Mc . 300 at 20??e. ; August. Mo at 20Vc.. 200 at 20c.. 100 at 20 116c., 100 at ?iVc.. lu) at 20 l-10c., 500 at 20c., 800 at ly 1. VI tie., 700 at 20c., 200 at 20 l-16c., 900 at 20c.. 300 at 20 l-32c? 300 at 20C., 1U0 at 20 l-16c., 200 at 201 -32c., 2i 0 at 2') 3-32c. ; Septeinlior, 500 at 18V'.. 400 ut l.i 1 1 -Ific. ; Octo ber, 200 at Inc., 100 at 17 31-'i2c.. .'ioo at l*<\, .'j 0 at 17 10-ldc. ; December, 100 at 17 15-lfie., 100 at 17Vc., 2!M ut 17 16 Ific., "iOialiMc. 'lotai. 10.700 bales, liraiul total, 2j, 500 bales. We quote Uplanm. Alabama. A'. Orleaiw. Texan. Ordinary 14V MJ4 14)4 14 '4 (lood ordinary 18 18 18 18 Strict good ordinary. !9 19 19 19 Low middling 20 20 20 lit) Middling 21 21 21 21 Uood middling 23 23 23 23 ?The quotations arc based on cotton in store, running In quality not more than half a grade above or below the grade quoted. _ . Flock a, <ro Oiiaix.? Receipts ? Hour. 14,659 bbls.: wheat, ll;;,947 bushels; corn, H7,90U do. ; corn meal, 1,473 bbls. aud 225 bags: oats, 69,172 bushels; rye, lti.lDOdo. ; and for the week Flour, 86,848 bids.; wheat, 8ii8,44S bushels; corn, C00, 366 do.: corn meal. 2,795 bbls. and 1,869 bags; oats, 527,118 bushels; rye, 68 iMi do. The market lor flour was generally qnlet but very steady. The sales were about 10,1*41 bbls. We quote No. 2 State *3 09 a 4 25 Superfine statu 4 70 a 6 25 Extra Mate 6 00 a 6 50 Choice state 6 50 a 7 00 Superfine Western 4 75 a 8 25 Kxtra Western 5 75 a 6 25 Extra Minnesota 8 00 a 8 00 Round hoop Ohio, shipping brands 6 <hi a 6 50 Rouud hoop onio, trade brands 7 0J a 7 :t) Family 8 1*1 a 9 50 St. Douls, low extra 6 00 a 7 00 St. Louis, straight extra 7 25 a 8 00 St. Ixmis, choice double extra 8 Ml a J 00 St. Uiiiis, choicc lamily !) ihj a II 00 California Him a 9 75 Rye flour 4 00 a 5 40 Southern No. 2 3 50 a 4 50 Southern super line * 00 a 5 50 Southern extra 6 70 a 8 00 Southern tamLly 8 so a 11 5i) Corn meal. Western ? 3 15 a 3 45 Corn meal, Jersey 3 15 u 3 4ft Corn meal, Bratulywine 3 60 a 3 63 Baltimore 4 10 C 0. 0. Caloric 3 60 a 3 65 Puncheons 18 00 f. o. b. ?Wheat was easier in tone, with but a moderate de mand. The sales loot up 80, (XX) bushel*, at $1 60 lor No. 2 Milwaukee Spring, $1 15 a $1 46 ,-or No. 2 Chicago Spring. $1 53 for Niis. 1 and 2 Spring mixed, $1 20 lor rejected Spring aud $1 54 lor Canail.i in bond. Corn was atn>ut steady , with sales of 225,000 bushels rpsrtly last evening) at 40c. for hot, 45c. for wiirm and 47c. a 61c. for steamer, with some sales of choice at 52c. ; old Western mixed at 64c. aud choice new drv yellow Western at <5c. Oats wers quiet. The sales wi re 60,000 bushels at 38c. a 42c. for Western mixed, 45c. a 18c for Western white and 80c. lor extra choice VVestern white. Rye was quiet anil nominal at s5c. a 86c. lor Western. Barley and malt were neglected. Canadian field peas 111 bond were held at tOc. a 95e. per bushel. Fkkiuiits.? The business to-day was moderate both In the line of berth freights and ol charters, 1 ut tonnage was scarce and rates ruled very strong The engagements to-uay were To Liverpool, by steam, l.s) hales cotton at J,r. a"7-l6c. To London. 2,000 bbls Hour at ,U. lU,l4d. ; 60 hhds. tobacco at 52s. fcd., by sail, and 36 bbls. pork, by steam, at 6s. 6d. To Glasgow, by steam, 4i),UUU bushels gram at Ud. ; BOO boxes cheese at 70s. To Antwerp, 8,000 bushels wheat, on private terms, and 19 hhds. of U>' acco a'. 57s. 6d. The charters were An Austrian bark, hence to Cork for orders and United Kingdom, with 3,700 quarters grain at 9s., and 8s. Oil. 11 direct; an Italian bark (relet) with 2, IKK) quarters do., same voyage, at 9s. 3d., and IN. if direct; an American bark, hence to the Baltic, with 2.500 bbls. refined petroleum on private terms; nn American bnr, irom Philadelphia to tne Mediterranean, with 2,uoi bbls. do. do ai 7s. 3d., and privilege of the Adriatic at Ks. id. ; a Swedish brig, from Philadelphia to Bergen, Norway, with 1.600 bbls. do. (lo. at 8s. ; an Italian bark, from Phila delphia to Belfast direct, with 2,600 quarters grain atss. 6d. . and option of petroleum to Bristol direct at 7s. 3d ; a Norwegian brU to arrive from Wilmington, to l ulled Kingdom anil Continent, with 2,500 bbls. natal stores, at 7a for rosin and '.K for spirits turpentine. Moi.assks.? 1 There was a moderate inquiry for cargoes < for boiling purposes, but without resulting 111 reported transactions. A lair jobbing trade was consum mated at yill prices. We quote New Crop? Cuba, cen trifugal and mixed, !8c. a 22c. : do. clayed, 29c. a 31c. ; do. muscova lo. refining, ijOc. a 32c.: do. ?uo.. grocery, 33c. a 36c. ; Porto Rico, 36c. a 80c. ; English Islands, 25c. a 50c. ; Now Orleans, 55c. a 82r. Naval. Stokes.? Spirits turpentine has ruled excccd inglv quiet to-day and we do not hear 01 any transactions of importance. Holders asu 46^c for marcbantable order though that is merely a nominal flguru is absence of sales. Strained rosto is quiet, and while good strained is scarce aud not obtainable below $3 10, com mon strained Is weak with sellers at $3. We quote com mon at S2 95 a $3. and good strained $3 10. A sale of 200 bbls., good, was effected late la*t evening, at $3 10. far and pitch are quiet, anil without features ol interest Pktkom cm ?On 'Change to-day the market lor refined was quiet, with prices quoted steady at the decline noted yesterday? quoted at I8\,c a 18'4c., spot, month or. fnly. Crude, in bulk, was moderately inquired lor ann firmly held? quoted at 8,l<c. Cases were quiet and weak at 24', c.. the higher price tor small lots. Naphtha was neglected and entirely nomloal? quoted nt luso. a He. for Western and cltv. The Creek advices were 01 qniel markets at $- 111 Kousevtlle, I- 16 Titasviiic and $2 00 a #2 10 Parkers', At Philadelphia the market was quiet and steady, at 19c. lor June and 18,14c. tor luture Later a sale was reported acre ol 1,000 bbls. spot, 18c. cash. Provisions.? Receipts, pork, lfl bbls : beef, 53 packages; cut meats, 223 do. ; lard, 33 bids, and tierces, and 10) kegs ; and lor tile week ending? pork, 276 bbls. . beef, 182 pack ages ; cutmeats, 3,026 do . lard, 2, l'<3 bbls. and tierces and 670 keg-. The movement in mes< pork was slow, and values ruled wholly nominal Tho transactions amounted to about 650 bbls., partly last evening, June delivery, at 916 40. Beef continued quiet; no ?alos were reported, aside from some small jobbing lots, which loot up about 40 packages, at prices within the range of tho appended quotations. We quote :? I'lalu mess bbls., ?9 50 a $11: axtra do. hhl*., $12 a $14: prime hams remained neglected and nominal, within the range | ot $'25 a $31 lor Southern und Western. Cut meata were Ann, but the demand only moderate. We heard of sales ot 25 boxen clear bellien, 14 lbs average, at 10c., ana a lot of MM loose city pickled shoulders, at 8S,c. Lard wan dull; 60 tierce* city Hold at Skc. ; 2.500 tiercea, July de livery, at 8 1516c. a #e. ; '2,000 tierces. August delivery, at D'-iC. a 9 .V16c. : 750 tierce*, September delivery, at 9 5-ltic., ami 730 tierces, deliverable in the latter halt July. at 94?. Butter and cheese, at about tonner prices, were quiet and stead v. Hick.? Trade In a distributing way was moderately fair, both tor domestic and toroign. The Hales aggregate about 60 tierce* Carolina, ut 7?4c. a 8}ac . and 250 bags of Rangoon, attire, a 7c. rti'iiAH. ? The market wan quiet at former prices. with fiirrher .sales ot -43 hlids. l'orto Kico at 9 3-lfic., 167 do. centrifugal at HA4c., 2m do. clayed ut 8kc. anil 17? do. rou.s covado nt 8c. Refined was steady, with a mod* rate demand. atlOl-lflc. a 10l?c. tor A. 107?c. tor crushed, lie. lor powdered and 10V- for granulated. We quote :?Cuba? Kellning. interior to eoinuion, 7c. a 7Hc. ; lair to good lair. 7*c. a 8c. ; good to prime, *k?- aSkc. ; grocery, lair to good, 8fc. a me. ; prime to cliolce, 8*?c. a 9c. ; centri fugal, bhds. and boxes, Si4c. a 9k c. ; iuoIiiihca, hlids. and boxes, 6'^c. a Pic. ; melado. 4o. a Bo. Havana? Boxes? Dutch standard, Nu.i. 7 to 9, 7'4c. a 7?,c. ; do. 10 to 12. 8Vc. a 8k e. ; do. 13 to 15, 87 .c. a 9J,c. ; do. 18 to IS, 9kc. a I0',c. ; do. 19 to 20, 104*0. a lokc.; white, 10c. a 11c. Porto Kico? Eetinlng. coiumou to prime, 7'?c. a 8^c. ; grocery, lair to choice, 8^c. a 9,,c. Brazil? Dutch standard, No*. 8 to 12, 6\c. a 8kc. Juva? Dutch standard, Nos. 10tol2, 8kc. a 9c. Manila? Superior and extra superior, 7c. a 7V Stkahink quiet ami without reported transactions. Prime in tiercea quoted 9)*c. a 9ke. Tallow quiet und steady at 8kc- for prime city. Sales 12,000 lbs. coinman on private terms, and 50,000 do., out of town, at 8?gi-., packages, tree. Whiskhv.? Receipts, Ml bblg., and for the week, 5,752 do. Market atcudy and tainy active, boles 300 bbb. at WXe. DOMESTIC MAEKET8, ' ? ? jT . , Oalvbstok, Jnne 21, 1B7S. Cotton dull; good ordinary, 15c. a 15kc. Net receipts, 166 bales. Sales, 11KJ. Stock, 23,850. _ . Nkw Ori.kans, June 21, 1873. Cotton? Demand light; low middlings, 17?*o. ; mid dlings, l-.\c, a 18'Ac. Nut receipts, 447 bales; gross, tt'L ,15I'"r5-s Attics. SOO; last evcuiuy, 1,200. dUkx, 15,153. - * Savannah, June 21, 1873. Cotton easier; middling!, 18'4c. Net receipts, 372 bales. Sales, i;is. Stock, 11,450. Mobilk, June 21, 1373. Cotton quiet and easy; good ordinary, I6l.,c. ; low middlings. I7*^c. ; middlings, 18*?c. Net rooeipta, 81 bales. Exports to the continent, a ; coastwise, 14J. Sales, 200. Stuck, 10,957. CitAiti.xsToa, June 21, 1873. Cotton dull and easy, middlings, 18kc. ; low middlings, 1 *??'. a l8'4c. ; good ordinary, lbJSc. a lie. Net receipts, 191 hales ; gross, 3f>9, difference from Mobile. Exports, ooastwise, 137. Sales, 10.), Stock, 12,485. Wilmington, N. C., June 21, 1S73. Spirits turpentine steady at 41e. Rosin quiet at (2 30 for strained, $:t 10 lor No. 1, $4 50 tor extra pale. $3 50 for pale. Crude turpentine steady at >2 lor hard, $3 tor yel low dip and virgin. Tar steady at $.1 Mnnpnis, June 21, 1873. Cotton firm; low middlings 17V- a 18c. Receipts, 25J bales, shipments, 937. Stock, 18,494. Toledo, June 21, 1873. Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat dull and lower; sales of No. 1 white Wabash at $1 80; No. 2 do., $1 75; No. 3 do., $1 57; extra white Michigan, $170; amber Michi gan, seller . I ulv, $1 46; seller August, $1 37; No. 1 red, J1 56; No. 2 do., $1 42; No, 3 do.. Si 33; No. 2 amber Illi nois, $1 55. Corn dull and lower at 41c. lor high mixed spot, 4lu. seller July, 43c. seller August, 44c. seller Sep tember ; yellow, 41kc. ; white, 45c. ; no grade, 35c. Oats dull at :1oc. lor No. 2, sellor July; 34c. for Michigan. Freights dull and unchanged. Receipts? 1,0011 bills. Hour, 8,'K)0 bushels wheat, .'18,000 do. corn and 1,000 do. oats. Shipments? 1,000 bols. Hour, 4,u00 bushels wheat and 3,000 do. corn. Oswano, N. Y.. June 21, 1873. Flour dull and unchanged; sales ot 1 ,4< t) bids, ut $8 for No. 1 Spring, $9torainbor Winter, $10 for white Win ter, $10 50 for double extra. Wheat quiet; round lots of No. I Milwaukee olub ottered at $1 45; sales oi 1 car at fl 50, and 1,50) bushels white Canada on private terms. Corn quiet; sales ot 1 car high mixed ut54c. Corn meal ? $1 25 tor bolted, $1 20 lor unbolted, perewt Mlllieed unchanged, with a fair demand ; shorts, $16 a $17; ship st ii its, *17 a $18; iniddllngs, *18 a $.'0 per ton ; sales ot 1 boat load of shorts at $15. Canal trelgnts? Wheat, 7><c. ; corn and rye, 7c.. to New York; lumber, $3 25 to the Hudson; $4 25 to New York. Kuilroad freights ? Flour to Philadelphia, 60c. ; to Boston. 50c. ; to New York, 40e. ; to Albany. 36c. Receipts bv lake? 54,800 bushels wheat, 1,716,000 leet of lumber. Shipments by canal? 4,000 bush els wheat, 1,797,000 leet of lumber. BrrrALO, Juno 21, 1873. Lake and railroad Imports for the last 24 hours? .'?2'' bbls. Hour, 84,644 bushels wln at, 170,057 do. com, 30,950 do. oats, 1,600 do. barley, 20,094 do. rye. Canal ship ments? lo*, 331 bushels wheat, 41.236 do. corn, 12,624 do. oats. Kallroe.il exports? 13,507 bushels wheat, 28,SiiO do. corn, 20,60o do. oats, 1, COO do. barley. Canal freights? j Wheat, lOCc. ; corn, 9ke. ; oats, 6,'jc. Flour quiet; West ern Spring. $7 a $*; bakers', $7 80 a $8 25; amber, $.-> 50 a $9 25; white, $9 &J a $10. Wheat quiet; sales 2,000 bushels Milwaukee No. 2 spring at $1 36, 8,000 do. at $1 36; quoted, Milwaukee No. 1 Spring at $1 44k, No. 2 do at $l 35 a $1 3ii, Chicago No. 2 Soring, $1 ;>5; white Canada at $1 70 a $175. Corn declined 1c. ; sales IS, 000 husliols No. 2at40c., 8,000 do. at 40'ic., (i.lHio do. at 41c. Oats in good demand; sales 1^,000 bushels No. S Western at 34c. Barley llrm; Canada, 95c. a 98c. ; Western, 90e. u95c. Rye nominal ut 80c. barley malt stronger; Western, $i a $1 111; prime Winter Western, $1 III a $1 15; prime Canada, $1 20 a $1 2">. Rye malt held ut 96c. The balance of the market unchanged. Chicago, .Tnne 21, 1873. Flnur dull and nominal. Wheat dull and lower, but closing steady on the decline ; No. 2 Spring at $1 it) a $ I'M-, sort and hard, on the spo', $1 19 forJnne; $1 IS.'i tor July; i*'llor ut $1 13 tor August; No. I Spring nominal; No. .'J Spring, $1 07^ a $1 08; rejected, hi). ?. a 90c. Corn firmer, but quiet lor sales on the spot, except In some houses whore No. 2 mixed was sold at 29o. a ..0c. ; strictly fresh do., S2c. a 32)?c. ; closed lor July at 33Jti . ; bid lor August, 37'ic. ; rejected, 28c. a 26L1e. Oats steady; No. 2 at 26c. on the spot; regular at 27c. tor July; rejected, 22kc. a 2^c. Rye steady ; No. 8 is quoted at 60c. Barley (lull and un changed; No. 2 Fall, 51c. Mess Pork dull and lower; sales at $15 on the spot; $14 K5u$14;i0 for July. Lard steady at $i 25 a $8 30 on the spot. Whiskey steady at 89c. Bulk meats quiel and unchanged. Bacon quiet aud unchanged; no sales. Freights active an 1 higher; Corn to Buffalo, 7c. Receipbi-9,000 bbls. tiour. 83,000 bushels wheat, 248, 0U0 do. corn. 75,1)0 1 do. oats, 3,m?) do. rye. Shipments? 8.000 Idils. Hour, '.ifl.iXK) bushels wheat, 218,000 do. corn, 110,000 do. oats, 2,000 do. rye, 1,009 do. barley. - HAVANA ^MARKETS. IlAvANi, June 21, 1873. Pngar? Pfmand nollvo and prices advai ; Nos. loto 12 Dutch standard, 10'4 a 103* reals per arrobe ; Nos. 15 to 20 Dutch standard, lift a II re;ils, molasses sugar, 7)4 a fl'4 reals; mu.vovado sugar, fair to good refining, 8s, , a reals. Sugar at llavana and Matauzas? stock in warehouse, 5I1.DC0 boxes and 30,:V)<) hhJs. Retelpls of tho week, 13,6)0 boxes and 5,600 lilids. Exported during the week. 29,000 boxes and .lOOi) liuds., including 8,600 boxes and 4,900hhds. to tho ! nltod States. Molasses nominal. Bacon quiet at $20 a $22 50 per cwt Butter quiet; superior American, $:*3 a $34 per quintal; Oosheo, $37 a >88. Flour weak at $17 60 a $l\) per bbl. Hums? American sugar cured quiet at $29 a ??i per quintal. I .aid firm ; iu kegs, $1* 5') per quintal. Potatoes .ictive at $8 per bbl. Wax? White tinner at $17 a $20 per arrobe. Onions firm. Coal oil nominal, hmptv hogsheads in lair de mand at $5 a $5 25. Lumber nominal. Hoops? Long shaved quiet: $80 a $85 per M. Freights firm. Exchange Arm ; on United States, sixty days, currency, 2n)?a21 premium ; short sight. 22k a 23 do. 5 sixty davs, gold, 40 a 40 1 j do. ; short sight, 42 a 42k do. ; on Loudon, 55k a 66 do. FIKAVCIAli. TLAjme 8AVINUS BANK. Chatham SatiAita, Jiine-20, 1873. The trustees of this bank have declared a semi-annual dividend at the rate of SIX f'KK CKNT on ull deposits entitled thereto, payable on and niter July 21. Harrison hall. President JosFfti P. CoorKit, Secretary. C D. Hailky, Treasurer. ALL MONJ5Y DF.POSITKD IN THIS BANK NOW WILL DATE IM KRKST FROM JULY 1. At rkasonablk hatks? money ok LIFE and Endowment Insurance Policies, Mortgages and other Securities, insurance of all kinds effected with best com panies. J. J- HABRlCH A CO.. 117 Broadway. A -FOR SALE, THREE MORTOAOES OF 96.000 . each on city property ; 10 per cent discount allowed. Address ALOYlCs, box 120 Herald olllce. A? LAPSLEY t BAZLF.Y, 7i BROADWAY. STOCK . I'KIVILEOKS, double PRIVILEGES, PACIFIC MAILS, WESTKEN UNION, UNION PACIFIC, FIRST ( i.AKS N \MKS. EXPLANATORY CIRCULAR, WITH PRACTICAL ILLUSTRATIONS, MAILED TO ANY ADDRESS. A CLIENT OF MINE HAS $300,000 TO LOAN ON J\. first class city property; also clients to buy Mort gages; n|so Least-hold iu .-my amount. Address ATI Oil NEY, b 319 Postolllce, Now York. A? MONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTOAOE, . In New York, Brooklyn and New Jersey. Apply to SAMUELS. H'OoD, tr., No. 156 Broadway, room 10. References? Hon. John J. Cisco, Robert II. Lb wry, Esq., Jucob I). V' rinilyo, Esq. 1 NDERSON'S, NO. 9 CHAMBERS STREET.? MONEY J\ 1 >aned promptly on Bond and Mortgage, New York and vicinity, low rates; sunn to suit; First, second, Ac., Mort ages wanted imiuedlait'ly ; i^ease holds und Se curities negotiated. DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN j Railroad Company, No. 26 Exchange place, S .New York, June ii', 1*73. ) A Dividend of five (fijper cent In cash will be paid to the stockholders on the 15th July. The transier books will be closed Irom 20th June until morning ul 21st July. A. J. ODKLL, Treasurer. KIK RAILWAY COMPANY. TREASURER'S OFFICE, j New York, June 13, 1873. NOTICE. Tho July conponsol the Krle Rail war Company's bonds, ?tcured by mortgage ot the Buffalo Branch, wilt be paid on and after the 1st day of July next, at the offlces ol Messrs. Dune hi, Sherman .t i!o., No. II Niissau street W. P. SHEAR KAN, Treasurer, New York. Hatch a foote, Bankers, 12 Wall street. New York. We pav for gold at our counter the price "hid" at tho (Jold Exchange, and sell at the price at which it is "offered," in sums to suit. TTOWES A MACY, BAN Klil.S, i0 W ALL STREET, NEW YORK, OFFER Til K~ SAME FACILITIES TO DEPOSITORS AS INCORPORATED BANKS, AND ALLOW INTEREST OK DAILY BALANCES AT THE RATE OF FOt'R PER CENT. n ATCII A roots, BANKERS, 12 Wall street. New Y'ork. We receive deposits, payable on demand, and allow In terest at the rate of (He per cent per annum. OFFICE OK THE CANADA SOUTHERN RAILROAD i.'otupany. No. 19 William street, New York, duna 20, IS7.V flic semi annual interest due the In July, 1873. on the first mortgage bonds ol thi ; i ompaii/', will be paid at the ! I'nion Trust Company of New York. 71 Broadway, the i in crest on all sterling bonds of this company will be j paid at the Company's Agency (the London Hank of t'om mcrct ), London, England. M. COl'RTr IHIIT, President. rpilK MOST DIRECT AND SATISFACTORY MODE OK 1 .-peculating in stocks lor those who havo or wish to risk only a small amount, Is that of late so much in itvur on the Vlenn.i Bourse, vix.? a wnd.cate ot small amounts. The plan is about to be introduced here by a banker who lias repeatedly made very large amounis iroin small be ginnings. Those wishing to see how fortunes are often made, and who can aflnrd the possible loss, should send I for circular. As small amounts as $.v) will tie received. Satl-taciory references and assurances of lair dealing will be gn 00. A'ldrU! Sf'jCK.BUUKbH, I^X i,250 PuM ^IHAHCUIj. _ OFFICE OF THE TOLEDO CANADA "sOt'THERN and Detroit Hallway Company, No. IS William struct. Now York, June 30, 1878. The semi-annual intercut due the Ut July, 1873, on the first mortgage bondl of thin comuany will lie paid at tho L'nion trust Company of New York. 71 Broadway. Al.LYN COX, Secretary. Tax NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. Proposal* lor $2,000,000 Fust MorttfUtf" Bonds. 'I UKAstnuK's OrncK, ) Gband Ocxtral Dkpot, f N?w York, Juno 11 1S73. ) Proposals, aealed and properly endoraed, will be re ceived at thin office till noon mi Wednesday, t lit* -M day ot July next, lor two million* ot dollar* ($2,000,000) In the Hrst mortgage bonds ol this company. The* bonds bear interest at seven per cent, payable on l*t ol Jattuarv and 1st of July, tho principal beltia due in IMA. The mortgage by which they are secured is a first lien upon the entire railroad, property and franchises of the company. The win ile issue is not to cxcced $30,000,000 at seven per cent, and ?2.1*10,001) sterling at six per cent. The latter have been placed in London at a price yielding upwards ot $1*10 m currency, tree of all expenses, for each iiuo in gold involved. Ol the I. inner $15,000,000 Is reserved to nrovido lor the present outstanding Honded Debt of tho Company. The amount now offered to tltc public Is a part ot the remainder, and will bo issued In Coupon KomK ot $1,000 each. or in Registered Bonds (with inter est and nmidpal payable to Order, ana transferable on the l>)OKs of tho ComjDWlv) ol $f>,000 and $li).iKH) < ach, at t'.o Option of those oneriUK proposals, wltU in to root bo Binning on the 1st day ot July next. Proposals must bo lora price "Hat;" I. e., the accracd Interest to go with the Bond without ipociflc addition to the price therefor, and may be for the whole, or any part not less than $10,000. Each proposal should state tho Kind and denomination of Bonds wanted, and lor Registered Bonds the name in which they are to be issued should lie Accurately given; and each must be accompanied by a CertiHetf Cliccfc, or its equivalent^ Jor ? sum equal to five per cent on the amount pf the Bonds proposed to bo taken? sucft sum to be applied towards Payment in case of acceptance of proposal, and to bo returned In case of non-acceptance. The Bonds lor proposals accepted will bo ready for de livery on THURSDAY, tho 10th day of July next, at this office, at which time and place the balance duo must bo paid. The Company reserve tho right to reject all proposals offered. C. C. CLARKE, Treasurer. TREASURY OP TDK ERIE RAILWAY COMPANY, New York, June 13, 1873. NOTICE. Tho July coupons of tho mortgage bonds of the Buffalo, Bradford and rlltstmrg, the Nutvhurg and New York, tlio Paterson and Newark, uud tho JeUersou railroads (ex cepting Mich of the last mentioned road as am bv the terms of tho coupons made payable at the Uotiesdulo Na tional Hfttikt, will lio paid on and alter tho 1st day of July next at the Treasury of tlio Erie Railway Company, cor ner of hlghth avenue and Twenty-third street W. P, S 111, A It MAN, Treasurer. WANTED? FIRST OR BBOOD MORTGAGE RAIL roini Bonds on which the coupons nave been nald, for city or country Property, or Mortgages on Real Es tate. Address BONDS, box 101 Herald olllee. TXT ANTED? A RESPONSIBLE PERSON To neoo. ?f tiute $5,000 Coupon Gold Bonds at 79, Issued by first class corporation, on first mortgage, guaranteed by strong parties. Address COUPON, Ledger office, Phila delphia. . WANTED? SOME GOOD FIRST AND SECOND <'ITY Mortgages, improved or unimproved; also trust funds to loan, on firs! class private properly, without bo nus. SAWARD A LEAVITT, 51 Wall street. <fcQn nnn mm and $13,000 to loan on ?3p? Jif.Ul mortgage in separate sums, lor three or five years; no extra charge. H'irst ana Second Mort gages promptly cashed. IllNMAN k SON, 25 I'lne street. (JJOK (\nn TO LOAN? WITHOUT BONUS, FOR A ipOu.UvU term of years, on bonds and mortage* on real estute in this cltv. JOHN. F. CONRKY, 162 Broadway, room 0. <&mn nnn Tn m>ak on city real estate ijVLUU.UUU and on Columbia or other good lease hold ; $10,000 for Brooklyn. W. D. A F. BARTLES, 56 Wall street. ASSAULTS IN BROOKLYN. Corner Loafing ami Wife Beating? >A Policeman Accidentally Shot. Between ono and two o'clock yesterday morn ing Patrolman Lewis, of the Third precinct, had occasion to break up a boisterous party of corner loafers congregated at the intersection of Smith and Dean streets. William Jones, one of the gang, who was very much under the Influence of liquor, so much so as to be forgetlul of the fate or Rogers, who expiated his crlmo on tne gallows, said, as alleged, "Lot us kill Lewis when ho comes along!" Junes was not given au opportunity to execute the menace, however, us the ofllccr secured the enemy by a rapid flank movement and, collaring the fellow, starred off in the direction of the station house. The gang made a charge on Lewis and endeavored to rescue Jones. The officer was tu the act of drawing his revolver front his pocket when the trigger caught in tho lining and one shot passed through his right hand. James McNally, residing in Kmmett street, near Summit, quarrelled with his wife on Saturday night, uud, seizing a kerosene oil lamp, struck her with It twice on the face, Inflicting very severe wounds, lie was locked up to answer, ami the victim Is conllned In the Long Island College Hos pital. Catherlno (llavln, residing at 121 Dlkeman street, was removed to tho hospital at an early hour yesterday, suffering iron* a very severe beat In/, which she received at the hands of Thomas Glavin. The husband was taken into custody, and is held to answer the charge of felonious a&sault. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. V... Married. Clarkson? Clarkson.? At Flushing, L. I., on Thursday, June 19, 1S73, by the Rev. Thomas H. Vermllye, D. i>., John u. Glarxbok, ??i Philadel phia, to Amelia, youngest daughter ol the late Samuel Floyd Clarkson, of New York. Dodd? Walton.? On Wednesday, June 11, by the ltev. Dr. Putnam. Jesse A. Dodd toS. F annus Wal ton, ail of Newark. Falconer? McLean.? On Thursday. June 19, by the Rev. Dr. F. 8. Do Haas. William II. Falconkii to Maogif. C. McLkan, niece of the ltev. Dr. F. S. De Bass, both of New York city. Hatch? Wiiitlock.? On Thursday, June 19, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. J. C. Meserve, Ciiaelbs L. Hatch to Caroline E. Whitlock, all of Brooklyn. N'o cards. Minn? Thayer.? At Christ's church, Bingham ton. N. Y., bv the ltev. Dr. Hitchcock, James tred wbll Minn, of New York, to Miss Hattie T. Thayer, daughter of Dr. O. V. Thayer, of Bing ham ton. I'iiiliikick? Rooerp.? On Wednesday, June is, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. (i. M. McCampbell, Mr. Edwin C. Philihuck ana Miss Anna A. Rogers, both oi New York city. Died. Heales.? On Snnday evening. June 22, 1873, at her residence, 10 West Nineteenth street, Dolores S.ito, wile of John C. Hetties, M. I)., ot this city. Notice of tlio funeral hereafter. Bkit'e.? i On Sunday, June 22. JonNT. Bruce, Jr., youmrest son of John T. aud Anne C. Bruce, in the 22d year of His age. Notice of luneral hereafter. Bubway.? On Sunday, June 22, Bridget, widow of John Budway, auen i"i4yeai s. The relatives and friends oi the family are respect fully invited to attend the luneral, from St. l.orit laco church, Forty-seventn street ami Seeuud ave nue, on Tuesday, at ten o'clock. Cation.? on Sunday, June 22, David W. Cation, in the 72d year of ills aire. The relatives and friends are respectfully invited i to attend the funeral, from his late resilience, 137 ? West Nineteenth street., on 'iuesday, June :;4, at I one o'clock P. M. clakkin.? At the Dominican Convent. Williams- ' burg, ou .Sunday morning, June 22, Maria Clakkin (iri religion Sister Mary Josepha), a native of Jamestown, county Meath, Ireland. Her remains will be taken from the residence or her brother, James Clsrkln, sixty-fourth street nntl Tenth avenue, on Tuesday morning, June J4, to the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Fifty-ninth street, where a solemn mass or requiem will be said ror the repose ol her soul; irom thencc to Calvary Cemetery lor interment. The friends and acquaint ances ol her brothers, Christopher P., James and Thomas Clarkin, also her brother-in-law, Peter Gallagher, are invited to attend. Condon.? On Sunday, June 22, 1873. John L. Condon, aged 4 years, 5 months and 2 1 days. The luneral services will take place at his late residence, 203 canal street, corner of Mulberry, on Tuesday, June 24, at two o'clock. crab uk. ?Suddenly, of rheumatism of the heart, on Sunday, June 22, kobkrt C. Cbabbk, In the 4stli year oi his age. The irlends and acquaintances, also the members of Typographical l'nion No. o, are respectfully in vited to attend the funeral, from the resilience oi Mr. James ll. Monroe, 12 Harrison street, on Tues day afternoon, at one o'clock. The remains will be interred in Calvary Cemetery. Philadelphia Ledger please copy. Dewhtrst. ? On Sunday, June 22, Ann, wife of John Dewhurst, aged 39 years. The relatives and irlends of the family are re spectfully Invited to attend the fnneral, irom her late residence, 166 West Forty-ninth street, on Tuesday, at two P. M., from thence to Calvary Cemetery. Hollo.? On Sunday, June 22, Christopher, only son or John Dollo, aged :i0 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. Di'jCN.? On Saturday afternoon, June 21, after a short imt severe illness. Thomas Dunn, in the 26th year of his age. The relatives nntl friends of the lamily are in. vttcd to attend the funeral, irom his late resi dence, 515 second avenue, on Monday, the 23t) inst., at two o'clock P. M. Kmerson.? On Sunday, June 22, Willie Amidon, lnlant son or Henrv 11. and Jenniu Kmerson, aged 5 mouths and 4 days. A bud on earth to bloom in leaven. Funeral on Tuesday. 24th lust., at one o'clock P. M. Relatives and irlends are invited fv attend ; at their residence. 353 West Fourteenth street. Kvans.? on Friday evening, June 20, Mrs. Oaro MNB Evans, wile of Samuel S. Kvans, in the 63d year of her age. The relatives ami irlends of the family are respectfully Invited to atteud her funeral on Mon day, . I uue 23, at two o'clock P. M., irom the resi dence of her son-ln-law, William E. Fink, Jr., No. 121 Fast Sixty-flfth street. Fkknkt.? In Wiiiiamsburir, arter a short illness, Carolink, wife of Mlohael Poeney. jfrmdi o{ Uiv w we UtYtttt w Uii funeral, trom ttie residence or her mother, 56 LOrt ?er street, corner of Johnston avenue, on Toewlur afternoon, at one o'clock. Gbikkino.? on Saturday, June 21, at the resldenoo of her son, in Rlverhead, L. L, Harmony H., relict of Stephen Griding, late of this city, aged m yean. TIai.mdav. ? On Friday, June 20, Gborob H. Halliday, at uia residence, 256 West Fifteenth street. Mineral services at. the Sixteenth street Manual ' church. Sunday morning, at nine o'clock. The re mains were taken to staten Inland for Interment. 1 1 KiNKSi an. ? On Sunday, June 22, of apoplexy. Simon Hbinbman, aged 53 years, 5 months and & days. Relatives and frlenas of the family are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral, on Tuesday. June 2?, at two o'clock, from lus late residence, 284 East Seventy-eighth street. Hancock Lodok, No. 49, I. O. op 0. P The mem bers of this lodge are requested to meet at their lodge room, Odd Fellows' Hall, on Tuesday, June 24, at half-past twelve o'clock P. M., for the pur pose of attending the funeral ol our brother, Si mon Hciueman, deceased. Hy order. ROBERT RICHARDSON, N. O. Robert F. Raoky, Secretary. Bcmotis. ? briii Osr lodok, no. 2oa, f. amb A. M.? Brethren? You aro hereby summoned to attend an emergent communication of our lodge on Tuesday, June 24, at half-past twelvo o'clock sharp, for the purpose of paying the last tribute ol respect to our late brother, Simon neinoman. Bjr order of ? A. B. FOX, Master. Jacob L. Conn, Secretary. L * ' > Kknnrdy.? On Friday, June 20, 1873, John A. KKNNEnY, In the 70th yenr of his uge. The relatives and friends of the family, the mem bers of Getty Lodge, No. 11, Mount Hebron 8b campmont, abd the Grand Lodge or the State ol New York, I. O. of 0. F. ; also the members of Manl tou Lodge, No. 106, F. and A. M., are respectfully luvlted to attend the funeral, from the Central Methodist Episcopal church, seventh avenuo, near Fourteenth street, on Tuesday afternoon, 24tk inst.. at two o'clock. Ex-Policemen ok New York a.vi> Brooklyn:? Yon aro luvlted to convene tlus (Monday) evening, at eight o'clock, at the corner of Twenty-thlra street and Broadway (Republican Headquarters), to adopt such measures of respect to the memory of Mr. J. A. Kennedy as the meeting may deem proper. Members of tho Mutual Aid Association aro spe cially requested to attend. I. O. o. F.? The membors of United states Lodge, No. l.tu, arc requested to meet at lodge room, 151 Bowery, on Taeaflay the 24th instant, at one o'clock, to participate In the funeral cere monies of Fast Grand Nro John A. KltMdf, LEVERET T W. BRUCE, N. CL John Galbbaith, Sec., pro teni. Mount Hebron Encampment, No. 4.? Patriarchs, you aro hereby requested to meet in Antique Rooms, Odd Fellows Hall, on Tuesday, at ono o'clock P. M.. to pay the last tribute of respect to our late worthy brother, J. A. Kennedy, P. O. P. By order of H. 0. ROOEIt, 8. W. J. F. Sass, Scribe. Manitou Lonoa, No. lofl. F. ano A. M.? Brethren? You are hereby summoned to attend ? special communication or the Lodge to be hold al its rooms, No. 117 West. Twenty-third street, on Tuesday, June 24, at one o'clock P. M., sharp, ta attend the funeral of our late Worshipful Brother John A. Kennedy. Brethren of sister lodges are fraternally luvlted to (oin us. Bv order ol GEORGE E. II Y ATI', Master. Emanuel Dadson, Secretary. The Iraternity in general are also requested to attend the funeral orour lato Worshipful Brother John A. Kennedy, on Tuesday, Jnne 24, from the Central Methodist Episcopal church, Seventh ave nue, near Fourteenth street. By order of ELWool) E. THORNE, 1). G. Master. Getty's Loduk, No. 11, I. o. O. F. ? Brothers, you are hereby notliled to assemnlo, In dark dress, 4it our rooms, on Tuesday, Juno 24, at twelve o'clock sharp, to a' tend the funeral of our late Brother I'. G. Sire, John A. Kennedy. The Grand Lodge, State New York, and subordinate lodges In the vicinity, aro also respectfully invited. EDWARD BROWN, N. O. G. II. \Vet.i en, Secretary. Eureka Lodge, No. 177, I. O. op O. F.? Brothers^ you are hereby notified to assemble at the lodge room, 289 Bleeeker street, on Tuesday, June 24. at one P. M. sharp, to attend the fnneral of the lato Past Grand Sire, John A. Kenneday. By order EDWARD STERLING, N. 0. Theodore P. Parski.l, Secretary. Ai.t.eohania Lodge, No. 183, I. O. op O. F.? f? accordance with a resolution passed by this lodge at its last regular meeting the members of this lodge aro notified to meet at the lodge rooms. 134 Canal street, near the Bower.v, on Tuesday. June 24. al one o'clock, to attend the mncral of Past Grand Sire John A. Kennedy. Brothers belonging to sister lodges arc Invited to Join us. Bv order JOHN GRARDNER, N. G. Sidney A. Wood, Recording Secretary. Lknnox.? At Lacrosse, Wis., on Tuesday morning; June 17, Maby Augusta, wife ol Benjamin G. Len nox. Buried at La Crosse on Friday afternoon, '20th liiat., at two o'clock. IfOBBIS.? -On Sunday, June 22, John, youngest bob of John J. and Annie Morris, aged o moutba and 10 days. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, iroin the residence or his pa rents, 211 Secotid street, Jersey City, on Tuesday, June 24, at one o'clock P. M., thcnco to Calvary Cemetery for Interment. McClojkey.? Tne anniversary requiem miss for the late Rev. Wii.liam MoCloskey will be cele brated In St. Peter's church, Jersey City, on Tues day, June 24, nt hair-past ten A. M. Reverend clergy, relatives and friends arc invited to attend. McCook.? On Suturday eveiilug, June 21. at the St. James Hotel, Kate Mary, eldest daughter q t General George W. McCook. The remains will be taken to Ohio for interment. ,M'J KH' pK,? A i Jtjhway, N. J., on Friday, Juno $<), Hattje lao&ENCK, wire of Theodore Mclntyre, in the 25 th year of her uge. The relatives uud friends of the family nre In vited to attend the funeral from the First Presby terian church, at Railway, on Monday, June 23, at half-past thrne e*ciock P. M. Traius leave l?ea brosses and Cortlandt streets at two p. M. Gar riages will i?e in waiting at Kahwav. Norton.? on Sunday, June 22, altera short an J severe illness. Samuel Norton, aged 45 years. The rt Utlvos and friends of the faintly arc re spectfully luvlted to attend his funeral, irom tho residence of bis brother, Thomas Norton, 34 Mar ket street, on Tuesday, the 24th instant, at two o'clock P. M. Pi.ym pton.? On Friday, Jnne 20, at Troy, N. Y.. Eliza M. Plympton, widow of Colonel Joseph Pljmpton, United States Army, and daughter ol the late P. W. Livingston, ol this city. NoMce of funeral hereafter. sciiEitM krhokn. ? At Florence, Italy, on Sunday, June 8. 1S73. AnatiNF E. sen erm eii iiorn, widow of Peter Augustus Schermerliorn, aged 55 years. Suott.? On Saturday, June 21, Thomas Scott, aged 63 years. The relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend the tuneral, from the First Methodist Episcopal church in Kingston City, N. Y., ou Tuesday, June 24, at three o'clock P. M. Shkilds. ? Ou Friday, June 20, James J., son ol Daniel and Jane .Shellds. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend tho funeral, on Monday, June 23, at nine A. M., from Ids late residence, 352 East Sixty-second street, thence to the Church or the Nativity, Sccond ave nue, between second and Third streets. Notice.? The members of Friendship Hook and Ladder Company, No. 12, old Volunteer Fire De partment,, are respectfully Invited to attend the runeral of our lute brother member, James J. Shellds, from the Church of the Nativity, Second avenue, near Third street, this (Monday) morning, at ten o'clock. THOMA* SI LLIVAN, Foreman. James H. Brady, secretary. Tarck On Saturday, Juno 21, 1873, Amelia, wife of Edward Taege, a^ed 2' years. Notice of funeral herearter. Tappan'.? At his residence, in Brooklyn, of para lysis, on Saturday, June 21, Lewis Tappan, aged 86 years. Funeral services will be held nt T'lvmonth church, on lucid ty, June 24, at three o'clock P. M. Thompson. ?On Friday, June 20, Koukrt Thokf* son, in the 7<>th year or his age. The relatives and mends are invited to attentf the Mineral, from his late residence, No. 60 East Eighty -seventh street, this (Monday) afternoon, at haif-past three. The remains will be interred at Trinitj Cemeterv. Van Nostrand.? At Fort Hamilton, on Saturday, June 21, Nellib C., only daughter of Jennie C. and the late J. H. Van Nostrand, la the 14th year ol her ago. Belatives and friends are Invited to attend tho funeral, from Christ church, Bay Ridge, on Tues day, June 24, at lour P. M. Whki.an.? On Saturday, June 21, after a severe illness. Joseph Whklan, a native of tlio city of Dublin, in the 35th year of his age. The relatives and friends of r tie family are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, 232 East Twenty ninth street, on Monday, Juno 23, at one o'clock ; thence to Calvary Cemetery. Dublin papers please copy. Wick.? At New Brighton, Ntaten Island, on Snn daj, June 22, l??"a, Jkii.n Wick, .only son of Frederick G. and Kinina M. Wick, aged i years, 1 mouth and ID days. The iuiieral will take place on Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock. Wight.? on Saturday morning, lune 21. after a long and painful illness, which -die bore with Chris tian fortitude, Mary Elizabeth, wire ol Frankllu Wight, in the 30th year oi her age. Funeral will take place from her late residence, 415 Madison avenue, on Monday, 23d lust., a* one P. M. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend without further notice. Wii.kin.s? On Tlmrsday, Juue 19, puilip R. W ilk ins, aged 51 years. Funeral services at St. Ignatius' church, l ortleth street, uetwecn Firth and sixth avenues, on Mon day, June 23, at ten o'clock A. M. Kelatives and friends are Invited to attend without further uot.ice. _ . Wood.? On Sunday. June 22. 1*73, at. her resi dence, 127 King street, Soutn Brooklyn, Jamb Wood, aued o.i years. ^ _ Relatives and friends are invited to attend tha funera. on Tuesday, June 24, at the Mcthodiat Episcopal church, William street, at one o'clock P. ?i. Ye\.hans.? In Jersey City, on Satnrday, June 21, 1*73 CathabimH. Yeamans, the beloved wife ol Royal Yeamans, aged 18 years, 3 months and U "wiring the laurels, bring the babes, strew har hearse and strew the way; gloflous wile, may thy peace and honor here have, after alt thy pains and woes, rest eternal, sweet repose. The relatives and Mends of the family aro ro> spectfully invited to attend the fnneral, from hei i iwWwqMW ftV i** J

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