The Baltimore American's commercial report of Saturday afternoon says:
We have nothing specially new to note in financial affairs to-day.
The money market is gradually assuming a more cheerful aspect.
There is very little paper offering on the street, (as the Banks are discounting pretty liberally,) but what little does find its way there may be quoted at 9 to 12 per cent. per annum for first class.
At the Corn Exchange
there was very little done in Breadstuffs, but Saturday is generally considered a very dull day. Flour, however, ruled steady with a moderate demand; but all kinds of grain was dull and drooping.
We have nothing of importance to note in other branches of trade.
At the Stock Board to day the business was small, amounting only to about $25,000. All of the Stocks on the list, as a general thing, show an upward tendency.