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The U. S. Loan. Washington, April 2. --The U. S. Government loan of $8,000,000 was taken to-day at an average of about 93½. Nearly $30,000,000 were bid for. [second Dispatch.] Washington, April 2. --The following are the principal successful bidders for the loan : In New York: Bank of Commerce, $2,500,000; Drexel & Co. $1,000,000; E. Whitehouse, Son & Morrison, $400,000; James Gallatin, $150,000; Bank of America, $500,000; Ocean Bank, $100,000; Bank of North America, $250,000; Marie & Katz, $180,000; Bliss, Williams & Co., $100,000; John A. Dix, $25,000; J. W. Walcot & Co., Boston, $300,000; Sweney, Ritterhouse, Faut & Co., Washington, $150,000. There was no bid below 93 18-100, which will be successful. A considerable amount will be taken at 94 and par. About $27,000,000 was bid for.
February, 4 AD (search for this): article 3
The U. S. Loan. Washington, April 2. --The U. S. Government loan of $8,000,000 was taken to-day at an average of about 93½. Nearly $30,000,000 were bid for. [second Dispatch.] Washington, April 2. --The following are the principal successful bidders for the loan : In New York: Bank of Commerce, $2,500,000; Drexel & Co. $1,000,000; E. Whitehouse, Son & Morrison, $400,000; James Gallatin, $150,000; Bank of America, $500,000; Ocean Bank, $100,000; Bank of North America, April 2. --The following are the principal successful bidders for the loan : In New York: Bank of Commerce, $2,500,000; Drexel & Co. $1,000,000; E. Whitehouse, Son & Morrison, $400,000; James Gallatin, $150,000; Bank of America, $500,000; Ocean Bank, $100,000; Bank of North America, $250,000; Marie & Katz, $180,000; Bliss, Williams & Co., $100,000; John A. Dix, $25,000; J. W. Walcot & Co., Boston, $300,000; Sweney, Ritterhouse, Faut & Co., Washington, $150,000. There was no bid below 93 18-100, which will be successful. A considerable amount will be taken at 94 and par. About $27,000,000 was bid for.
Quincys C. Williams (search for this): article 3
The U. S. Loan. Washington, April 2. --The U. S. Government loan of $8,000,000 was taken to-day at an average of about 93½. Nearly $30,000,000 were bid for. [second Dispatch.] Washington, April 2. --The following are the principal successful bidders for the loan : In New York: Bank of Commerce, $2,500,000; Drexel & Co. $1,000,000; E. Whitehouse, Son & Morrison, $400,000; James Gallatin, $150,000; Bank of America, $500,000; Ocean Bank, $100,000; Bank of North America, $250,000; Marie & Katz, $180,000; Bliss, Williams & Co., $100,000; John A. Dix, $25,000; J. W. Walcot & Co., Boston, $300,000; Sweney, Ritterhouse, Faut & Co., Washington, $150,000. There was no bid below 93 18-100, which will be successful. A considerable amount will be taken at 94 and par. About $27,000,000 was bid for.
U. S. Loan (search for this): article 3
The U. S. Loan. Washington, April 2. --The U. S. Government loan of $8,000,000 was taken to-day at an average of about 93½. Nearly $30,000,000 were bid for. [second Dispatch.] Washington, April 2. --The following are the principal successful bidders for the loan : In New York: Bank of Commerce, $2,500,000; Drexel & Co. $1,000,000; E. Whitehouse, Son & Morrison, $400,000; James Gallatin, $150,000; Bank of America, $500,000; Ocean Bank, $100,000; Bank of North America, $250,000; Marie & Katz, $180,000; Bliss, Williams & Co., $100,000; John A. Dix, $25,000; J. W. Walcot & Co., Boston, $300,000; Sweney, Ritterhouse, Faut & Co., Washington, $150,000. There was no bid below 93 18-100, which will be successful. A considerable amount will be taken at 94 and par. About $27,000,000 was bid for.
E. Whitehouse (search for this): article 3
The U. S. Loan. Washington, April 2. --The U. S. Government loan of $8,000,000 was taken to-day at an average of about 93½. Nearly $30,000,000 were bid for. [second Dispatch.] Washington, April 2. --The following are the principal successful bidders for the loan : In New York: Bank of Commerce, $2,500,000; Drexel & Co. $1,000,000; E. Whitehouse, Son & Morrison, $400,000; James Gallatin, $150,000; Bank of America, $500,000; Ocean Bank, $100,000; Bank of North America, $250,000; Marie & Katz, $180,000; Bliss, Williams & Co., $100,000; John A. Dix, $25,000; J. W. Walcot & Co., Boston, $300,000; Sweney, Ritterhouse, Faut & Co., Washington, $150,000. There was no bid below 93 18-100, which will be successful. A considerable amount will be taken at 94 and par. About $27,000,000 was bid for.
J. W. Walcot (search for this): article 3
The U. S. Loan. Washington, April 2. --The U. S. Government loan of $8,000,000 was taken to-day at an average of about 93½. Nearly $30,000,000 were bid for. [second Dispatch.] Washington, April 2. --The following are the principal successful bidders for the loan : In New York: Bank of Commerce, $2,500,000; Drexel & Co. $1,000,000; E. Whitehouse, Son & Morrison, $400,000; James Gallatin, $150,000; Bank of America, $500,000; Ocean Bank, $100,000; Bank of North America, $250,000; Marie & Katz, $180,000; Bliss, Williams & Co., $100,000; John A. Dix, $25,000; J. W. Walcot & Co., Boston, $300,000; Sweney, Ritterhouse, Faut & Co., Washington, $150,000. There was no bid below 93 18-100, which will be successful. A considerable amount will be taken at 94 and par. About $27,000,000 was bid for.
Movements of steamers. Portland, April 1. --The steamship North American, from Liverpool on the 14th ult., arrived this morning. Her advices have been anticipated. The steamer Bohemian sailed at 9 o' clock on Saturday evening, for Liverpool. New York, April 1. --The steamship Teutonic sailed at noon with 112 passengers. She carried out no specie.
January, 4 AD (search for this): article 4
Movements of steamers. Portland, April 1. --The steamship North American, from Liverpool on the 14th ult., arrived this morning. Her advices have been anticipated. The steamer Bohemian sailed at 9 o' clock on Saturday evening, for Liverpool. New York, April 1. --The steamship Teutonic sailed at noon with 112 passengers. She carried out no specie. Movements of steamers. Portland, April 1. --The steamship North American, from Liverpool on the 14th ult., arrived this morning. Her advices have been anticipated. The steamer Bohemian sailed at 9 o' clock on Saturday evening, for Liverpool. New York, April 1. --The steamship Teutonic sailed at noon with 112 passengers. She carried out no specie.
U. S. Senator (search for this): article 5
From California. Fort Kearney, April 1. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco the 21st, has arrived. McDougal had received a certificate from the Governor of his election as U. S. Senator; 56 voting for him, out of 111 votes cast. Subsequently the clerk made affidavits that there were 113 votes cast, and McDougal lacked one of having a majority. A committee of investigation was appointed.
From California. Fort Kearney, April 1. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco the 21st, has arrived. McDougal had received a certificate from the Governor of his election as U. S. Senator; 56 voting for him, out of 111 votes cast. Subsequently the clerk made affidavits that there were 113 votes cast, and McDougal lacked one of having a majority. A committee of investigation was appointed. From California. Fort Kearney, April 1. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco the 21st, has arrived. McDougal had received a certificate from the Governor of his election as U. S. Senator; 56 voting for him, out of 111 votes cast. Subsequently the clerk made affidavits that there were 113 votes cast, and McDougal lacked one of having a majority. A committee of investigation was appointed.
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