Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 22, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 22, 1855 Page 3
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Bruxs on tii Canal.?The Bmi ffmftW lujitkat a BUM bar of tli# Ittenn at work on the em luMMBt of the bl* Anal, wait of DarhMivile, got on m "otiika" ca th* 18th in*'-, foi . for higher wag** Thojr , wore i waiving II per day. bat do ratal* i aia* (hilling*. Thoj locmr.l themselvee into a baoil with th* inteohea of aot only nfoalBg to work themitlv**, bat to pr*v*nt all Other* from working for tho eootroeton They drov* off all th* work moo, a* wo loara. until th*y arrived at But* Bridge. At that plae* the contractors rallied and arroatod mbm At* of tha ringleader*. and pat the rest to Hight. Tho** arras ted war* conveyed to Rome and there lodged in j*U. I Opining Littik&-Poatniwter Genera! Citnp WU was appiM to recently by the postmaster at York, Pa , to know whether a letter containing, as was sup I posed, counterfeit money, could be opened at the request ot the police authoiitias, In order that the money con gained therein might be ld*at.3*d as the same as that pasted by the prisoner, and that tbn* further evidence plight tefuinhhed to aid in his conviction and paalsh jnent. The Postmaster General replied, emphatica'ly, thatK could not; that be had no right, nor any officor under hist, to open any Utter until it reached the dead loiter office, and that this prlicipi* must be alwaye aet ?s upon by theee in the emnloyment of the depart ment Mr. Weaver, of Pomfret, bought a slave In Cuba, brought him to Connecticut, and eet him at work on bis gem. Mabedo complained of the Iwj work to which he ~ lb ice tad. and gave "leg b eves subjected, and gave "leg bail" last week. Mr. Weaver followed bias to Killinrly, with a writ or habeas corpus, but the people dsfeated him, and slipped Mauedo eff in '? tha underground railroad " financial and commercial. MONET MARKET. Thuksdat, Jan# 21-6 P. M. The epward movement in stocks still continues With increased velocity. Reading improved j; Cen tral, 2; Etie, lfc; Cumberland, 14; Nicaragua, J; Canton, |; Hudson River and the other railroads in proportion. The business done both in bonds and Stocks was very large, $50,000 Erie bonds of '75 going at 91 j and 02. The rise is wholly due to the state of the money market, waich, having been flash and easy for some time past, has not affected the price of stocks till recently; hence the extant of the impetus. That it will subside, and lower prices rule for all such securities as have no solid basis, the moment the existing plethora ot specie is drawn off, there can be no good reason for doubting. As the spirit of speculation is rapidly rising again, and operators seem to forget the bubbles of the last year, it may not be amiu to remind them of such things as stocks called New York and New Haven, Crystal Palace, Phenix Mining and Manu facturing Company, Parker Vein, Madison and In d'anopolia Railroad, MoCollough Gold Mining Com pany, and other fanoiea Perhaps It would be well for some of the speculators to endeavor to resusci tate some of the above, as there may be better chances to make a hit in these than in those which have become so very much inflated within a few days past. Subjoined is a statement exhibiting the prices of some of the leading speculative stocks, December 20,1854, and June 20, 1855, as sold at the New York board:? IfcHh W Tn f J" V Der. 20,'64. June 20, *65. New York Central Railroad 79 % 100% Michigan Central Railroad 83 103 Michigan Southern Railroad .... 79% 110% N*w York sad Erie Railroad .... 35% 517i Reading Railroad 06 V 92 Cleveland, Columbus 4 Cin. K R. 95 112% Clerelaaa and Toledo Railroad... 53 92 Panama Railroad 75% IOG.% Hudson River Railroad 82 43 Harlem Railroad 25 V, 50% Chic age & Rook Island Railroad.. 73 100 lielaware 4 Hudson Canal 100 185 Pennsylvania Coal Co 92 113 Cumberland Coal Co 201, 29% Nicaragua Transit Co 16% 18% Canton Co. of Baltimore 18 27% It is to be presumed that the sudden rise in Oen Ireland Erie is due to the arrangement bj which they have reduced their fares, and agreed to ran at ft loss, in the hope of cutting each other's throats. Sales at the Mining Board today:? 700 abs Gardiner Gold.. 165 500 Gardiner Gold. bl5 170 Albert H. Nicolay sold this day, at half-past twelve o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange? 95,000 Hashing RR. 1st Mtgs. 7 per cent bonds... 07 2,000 Fort Way ae and Southern RR. 7 per cent Real Estate bonds 69 6,COO Cleveland and Pittsburg RR. 7 par cent In come bonds., 09 0,COO Lake Erie, Wabash and St. Louis RR. 7 psr oent Con vei tible bonds 78% 9,000 do. do. do. do. 73 7,000 Toledo and Illinois RR. 2d Mortgage 7 ptr cent bonds 68% to 60 40 shares Chatham Bank 90% 40 do Fulton Fire Insurance Co 92 TO do Knickerbocker Ice Co 100 Simeon Draper sold this day, at the Merchants' Exchange, at 12& o'clock? 9600,COO Seven per cent 1st Mortgage Convertible bonds of the Delaware, Laekavana and Western Rail road Co., due 1876 92 a 94 The Bask of Ohio Valley has been established at Bushville, Indiana, with a capital of $100,000, to bi increased to not exceeding $400,000?the Hon. J. Helm, President, and E. L. Rice, Cashier. This la the first organization under the amended law, whioh requires at least eleven stockholders, the deposit of 9110 worth of State stock for every $100 in circula tion, with an additional real estate security of twenty-five per cent. The following were the operations of the day at the office of the Assistant Treasurer of the United States :? Paid en Treasury account $1,278,509 82 Received do 96,173 05 Balance de 1,169 079 04 Paid for Assay office 991 63 Psld oa disbursing checks 109,782 41 The bids icr the canal loan of one and a quarter millions will be found else where. It has baen a fight between the banks, who want the securities to use them for banking purposes, and speculators, who bid to sell again at a profit by cornering the banks. As will be seen, tbe speculators will probably be tie winners. The prices reached are higher than was ever obtained for a State security before. They know, what was well known to a few only, that State securities are rot to be had, and that almost any price will be paid for them by those whs have money to invest. The annexed statement exhibits the average dal ly movement of the leading departments of the t>?Dks of Boston dming tbe week preceding Mom?ay, June 18, 1865:? Banks of Bostox. Bankr. Loam. Bprcie. Dep'H. Circ'n. Atlantic $870.t69 72 525 292,778 14i 613 Atlas 881,815 81 465 267,411 122,410 Black stene 1 300,580 31 688 403 874 293 521 Boston 1,678,464 156,870 7C9.994 219 9J9 Bovlstoa.. 804.848 31.582 397,016 191,799 Broadway 187,437 6,115 37,844 40,772 City..... 1,876,202 84,627 318,536 131,352 Columbian 1,204,828 4 5 893 412,486 160,490 Commerce 3.058,372 193,754 064.348 309,524 Eagle 1,213,199 120,486 678.965 171,852 Elliot 912.004 42,140 209,662 151,997 Exchange 1,870,788 102,008 500,062 260,672 FansuOHall.... 991,833 52 832 403,886 212,439 Freeman's 803.670 38,107 244,891 193,111 Globe 1,710,912 138,600 420,421 148,675 Granite ..1,388,433 46,879 365,726 119,814 Grocers' 1,172,741 114,680 233,626 230,649 Hamilton 862,014 118,07 7 381,132 176,747 Howard Bk'g Co. 786,662 64,269 205.110 151,591 Market 1,074,889 55,796 274,398 146,217 Massachusetts.. 1,106,088 63,466 402,194 132,876 Maverick 761,673 24 839 146,245 191,682 If cob mice' 416 694 14,629 115,921 129,913 Merchants' 6,096,470 489,87S 1,366,270 638,636 Natioosl 1,089,657 56,392 216,833 152,092 W.1 England... .1.370023 47,507 246,866 120,617 McrtbTr. 1,272,910 65,682 898,096 163,010 North America..1,171.677 78,784 824,7S6 1 78,628 gfciwmut 1,168,670 63,313 248,71# 156,441 fihoefcLea Dea 1,632,132 114,738 336,490 163,847 1 {State 2,776,645 237,701 760,165 207.123 __?b'k 1,444 636 356,635 1,246,885 450,404 Tratra' 1,108,681 69,468 245,836 163 206 Trenont..?....2,059,603 138,976 723 643 329,394 Cnlrn ,1.652,866 84,749 396,910 163.719 Wa?liingtea....l 163,626 60,494 286.145 182,889 Velnier 2 433,760 159,721 761,147 882,241 I Total .62,690,944 3,698,65116,446,897 7,361,402 A companion of the above footings, with thoei fit the statement fw the previous week, exhibits tn * followitg tesulU:? June 11. June 18, Capital .teak.-.. $32.710,000 $32,710,000 Mo ebange. loans and die... 12,313,211 62,690,944 Inc.. 377,731 Specie in book.. 8,409,181 3,598,661 Ins .189,473 Puef'moTii He. 6,621,431 6,314,160 Dee..807 271 X>ne tn other bke. 6,155,384 6,118,894 Dec.. 41,48 ? Deposits 1AJ34 125 15,446,897 Inc. .312,772 Circulation 7,595,706 7,354,402 Dec. 241,39.1 The Hartford Time? of the 18th last, gives th* fol owing eycopsla of the annual report of the Bank Commissioners of that State:? Thv annuel report of tbe Bank Commissioners mtkm a volant* el 160 pages, 80 psges of which ere devoted to Eaok.i, sod 81 to insurance, savings bsnks and bedding n?sorlatir? Tt appear* that en lbs 1st of AprlU t the amount of raplmi ??? $Y\145 451, elr.mlatUa, f#,83e,.'.i8j{ |>l,*3IU0$j enajK fH'-i loaM.ra.on.rst; <up**iu, s3,8to,3M; uwNuriki tftate, $3,5*6,474 TU ubout of deposits bu decrease! MtiiUlif inr ?M Million of collar*, owing probably to too not of 1U4 forbidding biaki to pop ?m four par Mot iatoroot m dopooito. The amount of capital baa ta creased daring tka year one million ana a balf and ha* doubled alaoa IMP. The amount of circulation boa decreased largely. In 1864 it vat 111,307,960. Thia year it la reported at $0,838 888. Tbi* la one of tan rrsutt* of tba aariou* monetary pre# eure the paat fall and viator. Tba a ma ant of specie h*> fallen off four huadrad tkoaeaad dollar*, or one-third. The line of discounts baa f?lUa off a tort threa and a quarter Bullion*, but U reported higher than in any previou* year except the last aad la 1863, the amount being In the latter year about $2,?M,0M mar* than April laet. The amount of tonne out of toe Stato have decreased about two million*. Tbe Cemmlaelna ere proacuaxd all the bnnke in tbe State In a eouad condition. Vi hole namber of banks, 67; number with special char ters, 64; number of free basks. 18; whole amount of capital, $111.146 461; chartered eapital $14,197,481; Tree banking capital, $2,948,160 Fire new bank* were char tered by the General Assembly of 1864, only one af which?the Stafford Bank, with a capital pall la of MO i>76 64? has gone Into operation. The Sm City Bank of Vow Haven orgeat red. called In one Installment of 1$ per cent of its capital, waieh wee paid, after that, "owing to the stringencv In tbe money market." Ita "caUe" were not answered. (This bank ha* procured an amendment to its charter, from tbe Legislature now in session, by which it is permitted to go into operation on a much smaller eapital than it at first contemplated.) 1 here axe twenty-en savings bank* in the State, org*a ized under charters granted by the Legislature The I segregate amount of money deposited In them. Includ ing surplus funds, Is $10,066,131 IS. This enormous emi nnt of money is deposited by 61,689 persons, being 1 an average of $108 30 to each person The Commission er* report that these institutions are aa'ely managed. In 1847, the amount of deposit* was only about three end a quarter millions, and the number of depositor* 81,926. Seventeen savings hanks have been established since thet time. Of the building and savings associations established 1 under tba act of 1850, tbo Commissioners report that there were forty-eight organized on the first ds.v of Jan uary last, with Stock paid in $1,870,062 r>? posits 1,035.396 Total $8,511,467 These institutions are allowed to take a bona* iu ad dition to the legal rate of Interest, on their loan* The Commissioner* remark that this bonus varlei from one fourth to two per cent per month; o: from niae to thir ty per cent yearly, including the legal rate of interest. V.'e quote from the report made by thess iaatitutloo* to the Commissioners, the amount of stock paid in, and the dividends made by tbem. Block Exchange. Tiicksday, June 21,1855 $20000 Ind State 6's. 85 200 tbi N Y C BR blO 102>k 36000 do....b3 85 275 do 102?k 23000Tenn 0'?, 00.. 98>; 50 do .... elO 102 2< CO Missouri 6's... 97 Jk 400 Erie Railroad. .b3 54 10000 do.... b3 98 700 do b30 61 20000 do ...b80 981* 400 do s3 54 7000 Louis's 6's. 1.3 94 1350 do 63 5k 15(00 Erie Con Bs'7l 87 370 do blO 03 *k 6800 Erie Bds of '83 94*; 600 do *50 53?; 11060 do 94# 900 do b30 64 27000 Erie Bds of '75 92 100 do..., .b60 61Jk 230C0 do 91 Jk 100 do bS 533k 5000 N 11st Mtg OI, 95 SCO do b3 63# 1C060 HIOen KR Bds. 843k 50 do b60 64 5COO do 84,Si 200 Harlem KR.... *3 30?{ 11000 do 84?k 100 do blO 3'iJk 6000 do. ..blO 84\ 200 do h3 31 5000 do ...b30 843k 2(0 do.... b30 31 866CO do 84 30 111 Con KR 96 >k 7000 I C RR FBwp 77 >k 100 do 95* ? 1(0(0IUF'd Bds.b6t> 82*4- 10 Harlem Pref..b3 74ft 10(00 do 82 16 Norw & Wor RR. 49*k 10000 do 815k 10 NH At Hartf RR. 120 50(0 do ...b30 82 100Reading RR.. .s8 92 2600 N Y C?n 7'a .. 102 670 do sS 92* 14000 do.... b3 102 *4 600 do s50 92 Ik 19000 do b3 102,'a 800 do 913; 800CTH fcAlmbi 92 700 do ?80 92>k 6 its Bk of Com... 114 100 do b?0 92* t6 ShosALeatoBk. 1C1>; 100 do ,c 92*; 30 Common'th Bk.. 100 700 do bill 93 17 Ohio life & TCo. 102 76 Hud Riv RR ... 43 12(0 Gard'r Go'd He. 11.' 50 do blO 43>k 428 Pann'a Coal Co.. 113 190 do 43t; 200 do .... b30 113 2(0 do sSO 43 100 Canton Co.. .b30 28 200 do b60 431k 26 do b3 28 100 do ?30 4Sjg 160 do s8 27?k 9 Mich Cea BR.... 104 50 do a30 27?k 100 do b30 104*k 10 do b60 28 35 do 104* 100 do 27 % 100 do at80 106 100 do br,0 281; 100 do b30 106 50 Nic Trans Co. ,s3 16*; 6 Mica SkN laRR 110 ^ 650 do s3 16Jk 60 do 110>k 100 do b30 161k 60 do. 1093k ICO do blO 17 25 Panama RR ... 1061k 850 Cnmb Coal Co... 30V; 60 do b60 106)k 100 do S0?; 100 do b46 1063k 160 do 30*k 346 Ciev k Pitts RR. 62 SCO do s 60 S0t?' 66 do 61 600 do s60 30>; 100 Galena k Chi RR 110 600 do 860 S0*k 60 do bS 1093k 700 do blO 80X 10 do 109*k 400 do b30 30j; 100 do a4m 109 1600 do blO 81 63 do 109 1700 do 31 100 Cler & TolRR blO 9S)f 60 NY Can RR 1023k 1C0 do 93 60 do b*0 1023k 200 do b80 93 360 da 860 1015k 69 do 923k 100 do (60 102 ICO do 925k 60 do b20 1023k 100 do b60 93 100 do tlO 102 55 Chi A Rol RR. b3 100 100 do .... b30 1023k 26 do 99 150 do *30 102 10 do 98 100 do...... b60 102,*k SECOND BOARD. $1000 Erie bds of '76 915k 190 shs NY C RR.b60 1023k 65000 111 CRRbds.sS 84 102 do ?3 10>j; loco do 885k 100 do aso 1015k 20(0 do 825k 60 do bS 102 1OCO0 do ... *90 82 50 Cler k Tol RR.aSO 92 *k 1(00 H R3d mtg bds 78if 60 do (3 92?k 10000 do 78 60 do 92 20000 TerHtaAAlt2dmb92 250 Erie RR aid 63 20 shs N Y Gaa Co. 140 60 do 43 53 'k 2(0 Cum Coal Co r60 31 200 do 533k 100 do 31 >; 400 do a3 63 60 Canton Co.. ,bl5 28 150HarlimRR GO1; 100 do.... 1,30 283k 400 Reading RR.. .b3 92 76 de 28 210 do *8 92 f.0 do b30 28 100 Hud Riv RR 483< 2C0 do 28 50 Panama RR 1053k 160 do biO 28 >k 50 do b30 106# 200 Nic TranCo.. 1,60 17 50 do 1063k 126 N YCen RR .... 102 16 NH k Hart'd RR. 120 CINCINNATI STOCK SALES AND Ql'OTATIOKS. [fifported by I. Davit, June 19.] Rellefontaice and Indiana RR 40 Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton RR 70 a 72 (levelsttd. Columbus aad Cin RR 108 Columbus and Xenia RR 93 Cincinnati, Wilmington and Zanetvile l.K 43 Cincinnati and Chicago RR 11 a 12 Centtal Ohio KR 40 Covington and Islington RR 23 Payton and Western RR 18 a 20 Eaton and Hamilton RR 27 a 30 Fori Wayne and Southern RR 123* Greenville ami Miami KR 19 Billsboro aad Cincinnati RR 211 Indiana Central RR 45 Indiana polls k Cincinnati RR 60 Indianapolis and Bellefontaine RR 60 IJttle Mi* ml RR 95 Mad River and Inke Erie RR 28 Marietta and Cincinnati RR 20 Ntw Albany and Salem RR IS Obio and Vi-sissippi RR 18 a 20 Teinand Indianapolis RR 30 Cincln. Hamilton and Dayton 24 mort 85 Covington end Lexington 10 per cent Income Bonds 723k Ohio and Mississippi 2d mortg bonds 63 *k Columbus, Piqua acd Indiana 2d mt{ bonds CO Hillsboro and Cincinnati 1st mtg bonds 56 Cincinnati Insurance Company 86 CITY TKA.DK REPORT. Tiiurhpat, June 21?6 P. M. Ashes ?30 a 40 barrel* ware reported aold, without change in prices. Brkadstpfix ?Flour.?For inferior and common graOtn the market was easier. The sales footed up about 6.000 a 7.000 bl>ls., includiog common to good and State, at $8 62X a $0 26: do. do. Western, at |!)18 a $0 62, and It) 73 a $10 26 for extra; Canadian (710 a 8CO bblr.) at 110 a $10 87. South ern, (1.600 hbls.) at $10 a $11 for eommnn and inferior lots, and $11 a $12 for funcr and extra. Wheat - 6C0 busbelc good white sold at $2 50. C >rn firmer: ?ale* of abont 40,060 a 60,000 busheii We*tern mixed at 101 Xc. a 103c., with on* cargo at KMc.;Southern white wa* at 120e. and yellow at 105c. Rye quiet?email tales were made at I76e a 173c. Oat* dull, with aalea of Statn and Western at 50c. a 68c Rye flour?150 a 200 bbli. superfine sold at $8 26 a $0 26. Meal?Sales 200 bbls. were reported. New Jersey, at $5. Corrxx.?Vs'es of 800 bigs Rio were male at 10c. a M Jfc.; 1,400 do. Jamaiea at 11 >4e.; and 60 do. Laguay raat 11c. CeTroir ?Tbe market was quiet, as dealer* were wait ing the receipt of private letters by the Asia Only -*00 a 600 bale* were sold, tbe {notations for which gar* no settled, established standard of prices. Fkjuobts.?There wan more cotton offsr'ng for I.leer pool, and abont 1.000 a 1,660 baits were taken, com pressed chiefly, atS-lfid., at which rates e'osed. There were, howerer, some small lots taken during tb* <Uy at 6-32a. Rats* for corn rartsd from 6d. a 6Xd to fid ' s?k*d. Thsrs was nothing nsw to London ir Harrs. To Bremen, 2.000 gallons oil were engaged at Jo. per gallon. To California rats* were at about 36c. per foot. Hat.?About 600 bales ware sold at $1. Hiom ?There was a better demand owing, to the late con cession la price*, and witbtn n day or two Angostu ra*. 20x lbs., have been sold at 18e., riaesmilla*. 22 lbs., at 14c.; rejecting dumaged. do., 23 lbs., at 14c., to be madefliw; 400 a 600 city slaughtered, mldilt weights, 8)4* ; 800 a WO Association do , 8?4e., for hesry middle and light weights, and 300 a 4o0 Sou.hern, at 11)60 a 12c , caah. ?cck abont 127,700. lac* was Arm bat qnlst. LKATHxn.?There was a hotter demand for hemlock sols, With Mr sals*; oak was steady, with moderate transaction and unchanged quotrttons. MoUAfins.?160 tier oca Neurits* syrup sold at p t.; 26 hbds. Cuba musoorado sold at 27)ic; anl C0<1>. clued do. at 26c. Naval 9roam.?Retail lets spirits were sold at 4le., WhOe in larger parcels it waaatdCo ; Rosin was un shaagsd. Oil?Unseed was firm, while eons of sperm were cheeked by the high eiewt ef holder*, "Specially for manufactured sperm r*ovisi<v>? ?fork?Tha market wa* aetlrs, with sa'se of abont 2.660 a 2,ICO bbls , chiefly new mess Tbamar k?t was excited and closed Brno at fully 60c per HM. a .rsoce Amine the ssles were nee mess, on the spot, at lift 87 a 118 76, clowng at the Utter figure*, aad 660 do sold del rerab'* la thirty dart (seller's optica,) at (10 Inter in the da/, 1: was flim'r held n tb* spot si 11V. Old tnets wa* scarce, and with rmsll sale*. It c:cnU tknt |? % a lis w, wili lartad:4 u [ .tto "above VN9 1.000 kbit. uuia-g.ctod prla* in, it ?IS. Thin ????? na it $17 SO i SIS. Oat ntiu vera firm 2S0 pick 14** (oozamoa toti) dry raited * toul4#.-u nndfhMM, M 7K? ? K? and ?h? tteaf?303 bets, wart mU at (nl prim the auht ?Mi( drm Lard? BnUs of act a 40S bbta. wen mad* at I0)fo. a I0??c. QvnciTBOM ? Wtthta a day or two, pnreltaaot hare been mare deliverable la Philadelphia, at O'Jfl, eaeh. Ultra wu qoiotaad prion* unchanged. Hilt ?A root 6,000 hnahaU D'Oieey ware ootl ah $1 TO a SI K7 H y?r aaefc Knew* ?4 mm eitntfi were atld af 93e 8l'Oana.?The airUt waa excited and quite aetira. The aalaa footed up about 3,000 a6,600 hh&e Cuba eam> eorado, chiefly at 6X0. a t>Ho , and 40e b jxaa at ?H? a 7c. I Allow galea af 80.0001be. ctty readers 1 were an da at 12^0. Whiamt.?Salee of MO a 600 bbU. State and Ohio were sold at 36e. a 87a., whieh wee higher. LIST OF LETTERS to tte lev Tori Ctty Pott OMm, FrMhjt Jus 22,1851. Pbbddud exclusively ta the Haw You Hkkilo, let ad Co eg i aae thi paper ka~*nf the largut circulation if any in 'be United State* LADIES' LIST. Jk Ao.srman Cat La Alls'on Mrs Robert Alexander Mr ill try riae J FW Anderson Kin Km A^ams Mies Jean Ar mlow Mrs, Watt Andrew. Mri M A Affleck Mr. William street Anderson tl-? II O Alien Catbailas An'tin Maria B Bleak Mrs Isaac Bauer Mrs Cathe- Brooks Miss Eliza liraokea Mrs Mary tie. both llndy Mar, Rarelt Mad, Anustnouroi Mrs A D Itagley Mrs Eugenie Baxter cuss Amelia Brown Mi<? Strah Blue Mies Elsie I Beach-r Mrs E D Brown Mix Ana M BanDon Miss Ellen Bleak Mary Brown Mr. Susan Band Mrs L'atbe- Bell MU. Ell.a M Brown MUiSanhA rine A Bell Mrs, Bezoh st Bowers Mis. Eliza BarnottMrrS Brll Mis. Anas both Barber Mr. Eliza- Bebau Mary Bcgl. Mary betb Be-.trand Madam Brtioe Mr. Mary Barrett Misa Mary Maria Buokow Mr. A Barrett Mrs,;Jam*s Btojamln Mr. Okas Bntler Mir. Mar *troet lirlant Mis. aanaE .r-t Barn Mrs Edmonil Big.low Mr. Silas Mia. Robeoa Bans Miss Almira Brigx* Miss Lida E Horn. Juliana .A Blag. Mrs J A Burchoil Mr. A J Barrett Mr. Ibes B Bilk ford Mrs AnnE Hraugraod* Mr. C L Barton Mrsdnlia Brodriok Bridg.t Bulkier Ml.. Mary Baaaett Mr. Osoar Bodine Mr. Clara B flnlkely Mi.s Mart W Bc'gor Dora Ba.tian M il* Jots Burtnn Mr. Leonard Bloom MrsAzabolia phiuo Burn. Market C Craddook MU. Ca-Crawford Mi.j Eliza Connelly Mrs, Es. therine Cltary Mia. Marge't sex it Creft Mr. Clara Cr**d?n Mary Coenertoo Mr. Anne Cabill Mrs Ann Cbeeney Mrs Mary Couur'y Mr. Mary Cailrghan MUs Ca- L Conwell Catherine tberies Clifford Ellsn Cook Mia. U M CaUender Mr.AnnM Coburn Mi.s Elizi- Cooper Mr. lo.eoh CbambsrlinMra.Ca- betb Cordon Mr. Samuel ? . . ^,r*V' llri Susan Corker/ M u Julu Camrrtini Tern.a Code Miss Ana Ma- Cornell Mis. Mary E ('amble Catherine ria Curr Ellea Campnell Mary Co* Mrs Huldah Corrigan Mrs Willet (modal I Miss I A Cohen Mrs M L Cortai U Us Auto Canty Buns Coil Miss Ann niette Clark MrtWiUiam A Coleman Mar-ret Corawell Mr* lltia Charle. 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MraAaroa latcj afreet tor>n Willi* Mr. lie* Wntemao Clara A Watt Mary riettaJ Wall Mr. Eliza Webb Mr* Sa-ah Willam Mlsa. Mott Wall Bridget Webb Mr* Wm L Wilson Mr* Aon Wallace Mr*, Phtr- Whelan Ml*. Mary Wilson Mrs Fanny nix Chemical it k* Well* Mia* Sarah Wilton Mr* Ja* A Wallace Bridget tte*t Mr* Charle* Wiailo<rilriSarahL Wallace Henrietta W|ckharaM|.*M*ria Whitu Mia* M, 9th Welles Ml** M Ann Wright Mr*. 7th ar Whim Mr* Abbey Waller Mr* J U Wright Mr* A E WliiwMr.Hannah A Wal*h Ml** Ague* Wright Mr.Amandt Wogan Mia*, Hul W.Uh Ellen Wright Mr* Marg't berry utreet We'?h Parr Wright Mi*. Marg't, Wood Mr*, Ilth at Watah Mr. Edward Church afreet Wood Mr* Cath'e Ward Lydia Wilheit Mis* Amy Wood Margaret A Warren Mr* Julia WitU*m.Mr*,Sm{th Woedworth Mr* J R Wet.on MreMartha Wilder Mrs, (late ot Work Mrt Geo 11 Wateon Mr* Robert Albans^ WorthingtonMraMl. Toting Mr., W 19th Young Mr* Ann Young Mr* Ellx'bth GENTLEMEN'S LIST. A Allen Daniel L Alem Win Arnold A ETtwley Allen John Adler Henry Atkfu* A Allen Theodore II Alexander John A*he Dr William C A Ten Robert?2 Alexander Sandy Apiley Manhall Allen Henry Robert F Atswiod Gee W Ackermau JoibuaH More Atkinson Chss F Aefceraan Daniel Andereon P Aehbury Riohard n Alrarodo Don Audrewe Geo Ashley Obvuocey C Alden Stephen H Andrewe Thomas V Armstrong Robert Abraham* J Andrews Chaa W Armstrong Methsw Abrahams Harry Andrews A W Armstrong Geo -2 Abrahams Wolff Andrews Grin Armttaga Win Adams ('apt A W Andrews A Co Atwall Wm Adams J T Si Co Ames CaptJosephB Arkoll Thomas Adams ('apt Jot P Ames Franklin B At hi Andrew Abbott 1. W A Co Ames Cbas ArerlU Elisha Abbott llenry Aadrnst A Egglos- Avery Guerdon F Abbott H J ton Avery Capt G H *" ~~ * " ' Anetin ' " AHoiiison Alexna- Anion Lnrbaoa Austin A Co der Amlgh Wm S Anstin Dwight tarry Geo Ambler 0 a Patrick Add! nu Prof Andrea C A Co Andown Lewis A churl > R C Andrus L C Ayret Geo E Ackt-rtun Abraham Andrea Coraelins Ayret Ellis Alrord A Amary Mont Chas Ayr-s Lucius Adsmtki Moses?2 Ad ^ Aylward John Brady John Batcom Alfred Jas Bond John Jay Byadrtreet Wm?2 Bast John L 11 ?tardus Hiram Bradley John Bellamy Moses Botrdman lioraeo Bradley J Beatty J W A ? Urooklev M A Babey Mnthew Ventres Brodie John Braoher Thorn es Beal Peter E Brogan Michael Brogue Stej hen Beat John A Co Boat James Badger Utnry Booker A Reilay Brown Georie W Brackin Michael Beokett Hen -y Brown C L F Brackin Thomas Beatson David Brown Lewis loaafbeid Horace Beckwith Uenry Brown David lllerkhard W B Breakman l.odwick Brown A Learorl Bonos er J S Bens Cept Wm Browu Samuel Baker I.orenso T Book with nenry W Brown CAil Bakar Adam Broody I'eter Brown Wm Baker .'ohn Boon A Sterner Brows T P Baker Wm tee U F?3 Brown Edward Ilanoroft Samnel A Bersl Jacob Brown D f Baldwin Rer C 11-2 Brewer Wm Brown Goo W Bailey James E-2 Bresnak Michael IIour,wis Mr Baanan Stewart Barr Elijah Bonsh Jaoob Belch Henry C Bonis Don Juan Usurlier Hon* Blake RC Beoton 7 Q Bonrret Mono Blake A Johnson Barry Joseph Bowen Joseph Blake W R Berry John Hoyllm Jem's Banka A Co Beanctt Pbllllp T Bowos Thomas Blalsdell W S Bennett John Boyd James BardontMr Bennett A M BowmenCapt AH?2 Blair Wm A Co Barthold Jales Boyd James Blarey Jtmet Benedict A Co Browtr Edgar Blank Thomas Brennan Thomas Bull Wllliem L Barry Richard?2 Berlin Mods LouisH Bneken Thos L 11 art rn hoi in or Wm Benjamin J P llnlkley A Sou BariholomewAesJr Benjamin J Book Augustus W Bertlett Frederiokllemea Emery Bull Jamas H -3 Wm Benaon A P Ilnrrell Samuel T Bertlett WmH Branson I) D Burroughs Jas Bertlett John Bernard James Barton Etuile Bertlett J Boeie Cept D Bunker l Cartwright Barrows F Briton Robert Bntler John Bartine II S Brisbane Chae F Burnett William Borneo Lester Blrkott Wm?2 ButtcrSeld Ch Barnes has F Bliss W 11 A Co Burkhardt El Barnes J N Bird Joseph U Butler llenry barker cbas F Bitdaall Mr Butler A 1' Barney Thomas llirJsatl S 11 Buttorflold Wm? 2 Bar:ami Geo E Birdsall Geo W Butler R G Barrall Geo Biehop A Webster Bnrd Chas E Ba-cmore D Biebop A Naeeau Burling C Barguot I. BirgaWuiH Burns William Bailers John Btl'oloSlgAgosbllnoBrooka Andrew E Barlow A & Hillings B L Bonojer Ron* EU Bare and Eugene Diggers J Ilurrell cainuelT Baistow Edward Brink W fisk Butte Geo W?2 Pa-screen M Blokerton a w o.u.wj.a, y Bar bore 11.0,7 a Brunt Samuel Burgess Joseph Batobrlcr Isaac B Bissau D B Butler Hi'aoo Base Henry Bligk Robert W Bnrnsi Peter Baxter William Biloo Barnard BntterlyN Baieett Isaac N Briggs James II Bitler B Batrs Nicholas Btigae Joel B Ilyrae Edward Bauer A Co Bristol Cbas E Bryan Desnogee Bayley Robert H Bnrsham A Co Ar-Bryan Lyman II Bay a Angnstus F thnr ^ Bryant 3 Calahan Owen Clark Capt Rodney Coleman John Cbndwiek Cyrus U W ColemauJohnT Callahan Patriok Clark Wm E Coleman Thomas Cad 111 John Clark Stiluan II Cinaoll John C Gahalaie John Clark U Conner# John Cn>ill William Clark Edward Conrarea M 8 Calahan Mr Clark XTZ Conor* Samuel Cain Dr D J Clark Eneas P Conery James E Callonhtn M Clark Cyrus U Courath Sebanlan Cain Edwaid Clark A Cn C Crowan Jeremiah Cabn Dr A Chalfield David H Connors Charles ClaiV me John Caso Henry A Conasrs James M Cairer Johu Cash Smith Connies Simon Caldwell Dr J H Casey John Connolly J M Cane Charles Case John Connolly A Co J Camp! ell A B Casey Martin Coadloy Thomas Cram)all Lnland Case Joseph 8 Conway James Campbell George Cassidy James Conway B Chambeis M S Case S S Conway Wm II Cranda'l Wm H Chase Capt J Conway M Crane Edward A Cnvaaah G Conway J II Campbell Scott Clay Riohard > ConkllngJB Campbell J II Caranagh Chrllto- Conkling Smith Crane A Cell pher Crossen Pa'rlck Grand all 11 W Catkea William H Coreoy James Candler John II Cleardond Dr A A Corditr Mr Camp H N Cheiierinan J Crosier 0 W Crane H M Center Jimothj C Coster Deal J Chsmborlnlne A Co Celaml R Cor'ey John j H ciurulaod Dr A A Corroa Mauriot A Cbauib'f Robert Ceniua Agoatino Cosgrire William Cannon.>h? L'he<ine James C'osgrare WUUam Crane I <sao B Clamano Lewis Crosby J Carroll I'eter Cbestnntwocd L Co.por George ClapinF. W Freighter, Hugh Crooks Capt Bar Carter T K Michael nard Carroll Thomaa Chilton Alfred Cook Daniel Chap.n RevilonryB Child ChvtaMT. Couk A Brother Cartellainr So I) A Crlapweli Martin Ccylo John Carolina John Crliteeden Mr Couse Darwell IV Carroll W C CMche?tsr J B C >nrman Louie Carmody Martin Cbriatie Gee t'onains John Cart*right Thos Clinton WUUam Ch.pia Charles Caprilei D Riaardo Clinch J H M Cox Charles W Carr Cspt Kufus Coates Saunders Con DT Caiy Robert CrookerChas CnrsieWmH Carroll Patrick Crocker 8aml Cushman Wm A Carrenter Thoe E Croffet W A Cruckehank James Car' outer J N Cetgeehall Nsthanl Cn.iney J ernes Chapman Wm II Colgton James II Cuulltto W 3 Carpeater J B Cola J P Curran Thnmai Cliaimar V Cole Alonxo O Currier John Cbapuian Samuel Cola F B Cutler Stephen?2 Carr George Cole W E Curtin P Carr Lawrenoe Collet h Chas A Cruttendon D II Carroll Bernard ('olweil Joseph Chnroh Charles Canasta John Colcan Miohaol ChurohlllCorman 8 Cheptor Empire Collien C Churohill i. A II Cam James Coltoa Patsr Cummins William CUrkACoRP Colt Jamas 0 Cnmmlns Goorgo O CftrkSG Collins A Co 3 W Commlngs A A W Clsrk J W Collins James Camtulngs C A Clsrk Edward Collins James Cunningham Martin Cunningham John P ^ Drake George J DolemaDr Ed D Donovan Miiheol Daley John Delan Patriok Penally Petsr Dnx !orth, CookACo Dellseer R U D.nelly Patrick Darling George Dalavlgnle Mono Duolay Thomas DarronABroE Delaney Lawitoce Doanea Patrick Dareic John Deklyne Wm W Duwllng Thomas Dnrcial homes Dolehtmti PetrUk Dialing Jnmaa Dannie- Ad Dolorous Alphonse Howling George D Darron Satal L Dennis A Co , Dow Thomas Dik'i Spencer Derrick Donjaniin Dow C C Drake Prof EC Doming L Dewlay L A Dun 11 Frailer Jo* Darrtokaon Wm W Dowis H -n-T DeyWIllinm Demlngton C L Daagbty 8 H Day Charles T DetcbaMall A Doughty N W Day Anetin G Devlna James Doud Miouaal Cay Jamaa De Zesg Rev live Dnran Pntrieg Dnvis 111 De FordACo ChaaD Dowser Avery Q Davis SamuelR,MD Da Tcaxa Jose C Doylo John Davis 0 WHsom Dss Urosssr 1-rad Duylu John Da sis Ch arias Dawal Ahuer _ Doylu Thomas Davia A C Dsnal Thoioas W Doffty J Davlas James Do Witt Denis' Duncan Juan Davies David O DaveHn Arthor ? Dunoan James Davidson John DwiahtJoh-i W Duooun Wm Vt nl* Davidson Ai'oWn Diokay Jrmis W loc^ Dasia ? W?a Plekiason A S Dunn Hugh J Deuas Mr Wets Uswald I'unn Mirhaal J Desnanjcha Dillon Jobu Donn I'atrl k lie aver John Dixon John, 30th st Dntistrv Jamus Da ArmoiFraaclstrDlion John, Mnl- Dnssrhury Ellas Dogrn Martte bsrry st Do ikrall w Da (lonre Augnstns Dixon Mr Dugan loraallcai D? J ay Henry W Divine Hugh Dugln Thomas 1 a Aiiue ?jTani 'r. o Donner Rlt bard Datoher M-rtln Das ray A Co Dr Donloy James ? vett Till) Do 1 ielsed Jose An- Dohar'y Mlol ml Duplem Lejnoa ous Dontvan J of n D??re Mens Delmonto J Rsmun Eomvan Fairiok D toauld Au.on.a De.anry Jainos Tbcrt 0 Elwosd (lao Enlrht James kokeef rrosleriok IlloaThumas Fnnls Dwiiel Eo wards J IT KHlaCV InrllshUon Wm H Kiimon '.eon Chas ElwoodACoSD Evans W J, M D Miner C 8 KrUberg-.r Jamas Enrj r Chas Ellis Be best Evert in A Klin- A run limllio P F.r?nsC.iae K>( t I Ending I* itenjROR Es g.jrs A F kmery uti W Everltt Patriok Xiiij Cbaa C ^ Falrlios 3 Co Ferrolm J .ee M rteu Rav Alborl M 1 airuald W alter:--2 v Math' w Fuiey J. .\ s 1 aberty Coldmsu F'.ilev Muurue F"lUstt Mr Fab/ John Flov T'lo nni) Fuman Isaas fahfax l'onal 1 M Flailthy M Foruia.. Chas M Frsurls Jatnei Klnktil John H Fur-bee Johu Pranklm Dr Flint Capt vt Puri st A 10 Farren W J F'eld Mh?rt Foot Chn, B Farrol'y ChW ? vMridi > ojr II Farey Thomas vicbeti Ba nttol I Fsrstsr Tbss 11 ka> lierrr 1 * ick'tt 1 a*. ?? F?t Will ana IA all P.vtnel FUls1. t it Br* M Fuster Caleb M Faiahnn. A Co Fllano Pot- s r .ty Rabeyt rarrellJ .br Fis t 8a)'l??Ml Fux RGnn-d lilltas Jamas i'i Us-A Etdred^ Tox Ihousss Feefi? 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