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advancing, especially those of the five-twenties and seven-thirties, for which we observe an increasing inquiry. Railroad shares are irregular but steady. Before the first session gold was quoted at 162½a163½, New York Central at 163 ¾a137, Eric at 133¼a133½, Harlem at 148, Michigan Southern at 109 ½a110, Illinois Central at 137 a137½, Pittsburg at 123⅓a123¼, and Fort Way at 12¾ After the Second Board the excitement on Pittsburg increased, and the price rose to 124 bid. Eric, on annoEric, on announcement of the passage in the State Senate of the bill for adding eight millions to its stock, received ¼ per cent, and heavy at 123¼. Gold is depressed by various rumors as to the discussion in Congress on Mr. Sherman's bill. In gold the fluctuations to-day have been as follows: At 9½ o'clock, 161⅔;10, 161 11, 162 12,162 ¼; 1, 162½ 2, 162½ 3, 169¼ to 4, 161¼; 410, 160¼. On news of the passage of the gold bill, with the Senate amendment, gold went down to 160