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Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 3
sly uneasy, in consequence of anything that exists in this regard, are exercising more than ordinary caution, and paper payable at Southern points outside of the leading commercial cities, such as New Orleans, Memphis, Louisville, Nashville and Baltimore, is negotiated with difficulty. But, excepting the last named class of securities the market remains in a comfortable condition for good 30,60 and 90 day business paper, the regular houses taking all that is offered by their customers at 10@12ightened, Exchange, which is the equivalent of gold, rises. It is not in the rising sale now, but the opposite.--the market on Saturday was dull and heavy, and the buying rates declined to ¼ premium for New York and Philadelphia, and 15@20 for Baltimore and Boston. Mobile. Nov. 15.--the advices by the two last steamers have caused a buoyant feeling in the cotton market, and the sales yesterday reached 5000 bales. At 10 ¼@11 For middling. The receipts at this port atone since Saturday hav
Louisville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 3
e for the proper expedition of the business of the respective lines. the Cincinnati commercial says: the political condition of the country and the financial pressure at the South are having an effect. Capitalists always sensitive, though not alarmed or even seriously uneasy, in consequence of anything that exists in this regard, are exercising more than ordinary caution, and paper payable at Southern points outside of the leading commercial cities, such as New Orleans, Memphis, Louisville, Nashville and Baltimore, is negotiated with difficulty. But, excepting the last named class of securities the market remains in a comfortable condition for good 30,60 and 90 day business paper, the regular houses taking all that is offered by their customers at 10@12 per cent.--the movements in the Exchange market are a better indication of the character of the under-current in financial affairs, so far as regards the existence of gloomy forebodings or general distrust, than the immediat
Lynchburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
Danville road, has increased in the last twelve months over 300 per cent. The business through City Point, to and from Lynchburg, increased about 75 per cent., and to and from points West of Lynchburg, over 40 per cent.; making an increase of freigLynchburg, over 40 per cent.; making an increase of freight business to and from City Point, Petersburg and Lynchburg (the three principal offices on the road,) of $30,945.80, (Excluding the business between City Point and Petersburg,) which corresponds in money very nearly to the reported increase of tonLynchburg (the three principal offices on the road,) of $30,945.80, (Excluding the business between City Point and Petersburg,) which corresponds in money very nearly to the reported increase of tonnage. The freight business between Petersburg and points on the Richmond and Danville road, and between Richmond and points on the South-Side road and West of Lynchburg, and the Norfolk and Petersburg roads and the same points — taken in connectionLynchburg, and the Norfolk and Petersburg roads and the same points — taken in connection with the above statements — will substantially account for the increased freight business of the South-Side Railroad proper, to wit: $44,003.14 an agreed tariff of tolls has been arranged between the James River Canal Company and this Company,<
Danville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
previous they were 51 per cent. The increase of expense is due to the improvements set forth in the Superintendent's report, which it will be seen are of a permanent nature. the freight business through City Point, to and from points on the Danville road, has increased in the last twelve months over 300 per cent. The business through City Point, to and from Lynchburg, increased about 75 per cent., and to and from points West of Lynchburg, over 40 per cent.; making an increase of freight bus offices on the road,) of $30,945.80, (Excluding the business between City Point and Petersburg,) which corresponds in money very nearly to the reported increase of tonnage. The freight business between Petersburg and points on the Richmond and Danville road, and between Richmond and points on the South-Side road and West of Lynchburg, and the Norfolk and Petersburg roads and the same points — taken in connection with the above statements — will substantially account for the increased freight b
City Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
orth in the Superintendent's report, which it will be seen are of a permanent nature. the freight business through City Point, to and from points on the Danville road, has increased in the last twelve months over 300 per cent. The business through City Point, to and from Lynchburg, increased about 75 per cent., and to and from points West of Lynchburg, over 40 per cent.; making an increase of freight business to and from City Point, Petersburg and Lynchburg (the three principal offices on tCity Point, Petersburg and Lynchburg (the three principal offices on the road,) of $30,945.80, (Excluding the business between City Point and Petersburg,) which corresponds in money very nearly to the reported increase of tonnage. The freight business between Petersburg and points on the Richmond and Danville road, anCity Point and Petersburg,) which corresponds in money very nearly to the reported increase of tonnage. The freight business between Petersburg and points on the Richmond and Danville road, and between Richmond and points on the South-Side road and West of Lynchburg, and the Norfolk and Petersburg roads and the same points — taken in connection with the above statements — will substantially account for the increased freight business of th
Edgefield (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 3
oper expedition of the business of the respective lines. the Cincinnati commercial says: the political condition of the country and the financial pressure at the South are having an effect. Capitalists always sensitive, though not alarmed or even seriously uneasy, in consequence of anything that exists in this regard, are exercising more than ordinary caution, and paper payable at Southern points outside of the leading commercial cities, such as New Orleans, Memphis, Louisville, Nashville and Baltimore, is negotiated with difficulty. But, excepting the last named class of securities the market remains in a comfortable condition for good 30,60 and 90 day business paper, the regular houses taking all that is offered by their customers at 10@12 per cent.--the movements in the Exchange market are a better indication of the character of the under-current in financial affairs, so far as regards the existence of gloomy forebodings or general distrust, than the immediate pulse of
Orange, N. J. (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): article 3
for the past fiscal year, upon the Southside Railroad proper, for mail service, have been $16,450, and for passengers $143,478.67, showing a loss of $39,988.15 over the fiscal year of 1858-59. this has been due entirely to the competition of the Orange and Alexandria road, which was opened upon the 29th day of February, 1860 the receipts from freight for the last fiscal year show an increase upon the Southside road of $44,003.14. the operations of the Southside road proper, therefore, show an increase upon freight, passengers and mail of $5,765.22, notwithstanding the loss by the completion of the Orange and Alexandria road in passenger and mail service. the City Point branch of the road shows a loss upon its local operations for the fiscal year 1859-60, as compared with 1858-59, of $10,619.50; of which, $9,658 it was the loss on freight, and $851.39 on passengers. Aggregating the receipts of the Southside and City Point roads for the past twelve months, they amount to the
Exchange (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
ng that exists in this regard, are exercising more than ordinary caution, and paper payable at Southern points outside of the leading commercial cities, such as New Orleans, Memphis, Louisville, Nashville and Baltimore, is negotiated with difficulty. But, excepting the last named class of securities the market remains in a comfortable condition for good 30,60 and 90 day business paper, the regular houses taking all that is offered by their customers at 10@12 per cent.--the movements in the Exchange market are a better indication of the character of the under-current in financial affairs, so far as regards the existence of gloomy forebodings or general distrust, than the immediate pulse of the discount market. Looking at this, therefore, it is found to be anti-panic decidedly. When people get frightened, Exchange, which is the equivalent of gold, rises. It is not in the rising sale now, but the opposite.--the market on Saturday was dull and heavy, and the buying rates declined to ¼
anspired Saturday night, as also the complaints made through the American Consul, and demanded the immediate discontinuance of the practice, regarding it as aggressive towards the United States, and unless it was immediately discontinued he would at once adopt measures for the re-establishment of the neutrality of the city and Isthmus of Panama. The flag-officer also opened a correspondence with the Intendant of Panama, with the view of fixing the responsibility where it belongs. On the 23d, Flag-Officer Montgomery addressed a communication to Capt. Miller, in reference to the arrest of Dr. Kluge, on the night of the 21st, by the guard in front of the French Consulate, when he was detained a prisoner till morning. Subsequently, Montgomery addressed Capt. Miller another letter, suggesting the duties of guards furnished for protection of Consulates in foreign ports from ships-of-war, and gave that officer to understand that their operations must be confined to the precincts of th
Montgomery (search for this): article 4
tober 30th, gives a narrative of events which have resulted in a correspondence between Flag-Officer Montgomery, of the United States squadron, and Captain Miller, of the British man-of-war Clio. Itlested by an English sentry, and the case was taken under investigation and laid before Flag-Officer Montgomery. The same night, as Lieutenant Fitzhugh, of the United States sloop St. Marys, and a sempted to escape. On the arrival of the lieutenant they were released. On Monday, Flag-Officer Montgomery addressed a communication to Capt. Miller, of the Clio, with a statement of the circumsf Panama, with the view of fixing the responsibility where it belongs. On the 23d, Flag-Officer Montgomery addressed a communication to Capt. Miller, in reference to the arrest of Dr. Kluge, on in front of the French Consulate, when he was detained a prisoner till morning. Subsequently, Montgomery addressed Capt. Miller another letter, suggesting the duties of guards furnished for protectio
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