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The destination of the majority of the Germans is for the great western prairies ; so with the Dane, Swede, Welsh. Norwegian and Polander, and a portion of the Italian ; but the English, Irish, French, Spanish and Chinese fill up our seaboard towos.

It is said by those engaged for many years in the emigrant business that of all pauper classes who arrive at our shores the English is the most ab. ject and degraded, and the majority of the poorer classes seldom leave the seaboard states unless transported by private arrangement, or by agents of the Commission.

DESTINATIONS.

Arkansas.......

Illinois..

The following table will give an idea whither the tide of emigration flowing into the country tends. It is taken from the report of the Commissioners of last year, ending January, 1867: 32 | New Hampshire.

180 Alabarda. 96 Nova Scotia.

50 Australia,

3 New York

97,607 British Columbia. 11 | New Jersey

7,877 Capada... 1,741 | Nebraska...

119 California. 1,678 | North Carolina.

140 Connecticut. 8,711 | New Brunswick.

60 Central America 7 Oregon...

38 Cuba... 11 Rhode Island.

2,392 Delaware.. 238 | Ohio....

12,923 District of Columbia. 890 | Pennsylvania..

24,874 Florida .. 10 | South Carolina.

171 Georgia 225 | South America.

27 22,386 Texas.......

124 Iowa.. 4,493 | Tennessee.

666 Indiana. 3,201 | Vermont.

238 Kentucky 1,686 Virginia..

1,006 Kansas 468 / West Indies.....

15 Louisiana. 550 | Wisconsio.

9,160 Massachusetts... 11,874 Utah

3,082 Maryland... 1,818 ) Nevada.

4 Maine.. 330 | Colorada.

30 Michigan. 4,186 P. E. Island .....

7 Minnesota. 3,459 | Idaho...

1 4,918 Mexico

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228,851 Mississippi

65 The above number is one thousand less than the total report of 1866 gives credit for, but it will answer as a criterion by which to judge of the influx and dispersion of the westward bound thousands that yearly enter our country. The majority of those remaining in New York is from Ireland.

Missouri.....

Total...

THE WARD'S ISLAND HOSPITAL.

One of the best hospitals in the world is that erected on Ward's Island, connected with the Castle Garden establishment. It was planned by Jonn W. Ritch, and has been pronounced as among the most perfect models of hospital construction. The amount expended for the buildings of the hospital was $187,373 19. The report says that the number of inmates, whether diseased in the hospital or infirm and helpless in the other depart

ment during the year was 10,306, being 2,881 more than in 1865, and 5,395 more than in the year preceding. The average number at any one time was about 1,081. The net cost of support of the Emigrant Hospita was $142,749 35, being $13,543 98 more than in 1865, $26,726 64 more than 1864, $75,695 21 more than in 1863, $96,604 95 more than in 1862, $87,507 14 more than in 1861, $83,835 94 more than in 1860, and $87,858 95 more than in 1859. During the first month of the present year it averaged $1,182, and is at the present about $1,700.

The following summary gives the aggregate results of the practice, both medical and surgical, during 1866: Cared for in hospital during 1866 (including 647 remaining on 1st January, 1866,) together with 438 births...

6,829 Number discharged, cured or relieved.....

5,468 Number died

788 Number remaining at tho end of the year...

The whole of the institutions under the supervision of the Board of Emigration are yearly becoming more extensive ; and this bureau, it will be observed, is to day one of the largest in the country. Its efforts are in every way commendable for the good already accomplished.

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IMMIGRATION THIS YEAR.

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The emigration during the present year is somewhat in excess of last year. From January to August 21st, 1867, we have as follows: Irel od ...

18 Germany

77,042 | Sardinia..... England

21,656 | South America. Scotland..

3,679 | Canada Wales 118 | China

7 France

1,070 | Sicily.. Spain... 121 Mexico

24 Switzerland 2,959 | Russia

127 Holland

1,836 | East Indies.. Norway.. 270 | Turkey...

6 Sweden..

8,769 | Greece. Denmark 1,159 | Poland

208 Italy 625 | Africa.

1 Portugal 19 Central America.

7 Belgium

1,469 | Australia. West Indies... 174 | Japan..

57 The following is the total amount for each month up to August 21, 1867: For the month of January, 1867

7,841 February,

3,797 Marcb,

13,826 April,

26,307 May,

35,426 June,

40,794 July,

22,487 And to August 21, 1867..

11,932 Total in 1867

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RAILROAD EARNINGS FOR JULY.

The gross earnings for the under mentioned railroads for the month of July, 1866 and 1867, comparatively, and the difference (increase or decrease) between the two periods, are exhibited in the following statement:

Railroads.
Atlantic and Great Western......
Chicago and Alton
Chicago and Great Eastern.
Chica :o and Northwestern,
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
Erie
Mlinois Central
Marietta and Cincinnati.
Michigan Central
Michigan Southern
Milwaukee and Prarie du Chien..
Milwaukee and St. Paul.
Ohio and Mississippi .
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago...
Toledo, Wabash and Western.
Western Union

Total in July..
Total in June..
Total in May.
Total in April..
Tot L in March.
Total in February
To al in January....
Jan.-July: 7 months.......

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THE NATIONAL BANKS-THEIR CONDITION FIRST MONDAY OF JULY, 1867.
We have received from Mr. Hurlburd, the Comptroller of the Currency, the following statements of the National Banks of
the several States for the quarter ending the first Monday of July, 1867. Our readers will find the returns for the previous
quarter in the last volume of the Magazine (Vol. lvi.) page 378.

QUARTERLY REPORTS OF THE NATIONAL BANKING ASSOCIATIONS OF THE DIFFERENT STATES.

RESOURCES.
New York. Massachus'ts. Pennsylvania. Ohio. Connecticut. Illinois. Rb. Island. New Jersey. Maryland. Indiana.

$
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$

$
Loans and discounts. 209,1 7,794 29 97,270,884 09 75,346,962 48 28,498,404 57 26,451,787 11 17,705,811 12 20,685,584 34 17,655,130 87 17,024,880 96 12,772,972 32
Real Est., fur it and fixt. 7,425,079 58 2,220,814 96 2,731, 02 65 733, 006 88 657,036 84 416,773 68 699,485 67 540,150 54 658,7ng 40 473,802 66
Current expenses.

820,819 64 436,351 15 585,020 64 191,583 82 96,590 86 145,862 20 80,275 25 94,082 52 67,540 74 120,381 25
Premiums pard........ 1,480,478 54 117,961 44 638,985 39 95, 742 99 90,111 86 46,451 20 49,422 37 67,537 15 119,977 76 70,762 43
Cash items....

106,687, 851 41 6,678,300 15 6,786,042 68 791,192 02 698,937 48 1,662,891 47 407,942 33 670,006 21 1,055,414 11 156,562 95
Due from Nation»l Banks 23,120.259 97 5,213,020 99 12,934,635 62 4,811,127 99 5,976,718 94 4,853,117 02 2,766,090 16 3,879,465 39 2,143,826 51 1,616, 709 01
Due from other banks. 3,732 113 31 311,846 47 1,231,080 81 1,058,232 45 248,506 54 396,627 75 67,081 00 332,828 53 258, 255 27 392, 266 97
U.S.bunds to secure circul'n 78,923, 360 00 64,331, 900 00 44,037,200 00 20,618,900 00 19,440,000 0 10,845,250 00 14,185, 600 00 10,432,400 00 10,065,750 00 12,434, 850 00
U.S. bonds to secure depos. 8,984, 100 00 4,802,400 00 5,358,200 00 4,812,250 00 1,190, 150 00 1,494,800 00 412, 200 00 905,500 60 950,000 00 1,173,500 (0
U. S bonds & secur. on band 17,813,350 00 8,152,550 00 6,611,750 00 2,852,400 00 1,993.200 00701,600 00 245,600 00 626 900 00 537,700 00 987,650 00
Other stocks, bonds & mort. 11,525,377 55 1,971, 70 00 2,096,525 70 180,653 58 668,058 79 271,686 85 351,314 00 504.731 83 874,735 98 226,126 90
Bills of National Banks 3,989,384 00 3,100,402 00 1,827,921 00 812, 272 00 623,331 00 1,151,912 00 414,063 00 503.803 00 801,91:00 252,749 00
Bills of State banks.

187,448 00 9,138 00 72,661 00 41,889 00 2 ,543 00 3,252 00 24, 738 00 18,288 00 23,554 00 9,275 00
Specie

6,353,906 61 892,640 25 572, 419 48 62,735 85 95 769 90 84,317 27 33,962 22 132,189 62 374,746 44 46,884 80
Legu Tender Notes

47,880,798 28 9,394,009 28 14,503,725 40 4,715,511 52 1,453,783 74 4,331,745 15 1,047,370 03 1,271,910 09 3,272,614 67 2,063,-72 19
Cumpound Interest Notes.. 31,335,800 00 12,578,350 00 12,506,295 00 3,191,840 00 1,885,730 00 1,834,160 00 1,017,670 00 1,382,490 00 1,994,9100 1,298, 325 00
Aggregate..

659,327,209 18 227,282,248 78 187,836,227 85 72,968,662 17 61,896, 250 46 45,347,257 71 42,387,428 37 39,016,918 25 40,214,526 84 34,096,143 48

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in....... 115,610, 141 00 79,682,000 00 49,377, 990 00 21,804,700 00 24, 234, 220 00 11,620,000 00 20,364,800 00 11,333, 350 00 12,390, 202 50 2,667,000 00
Surplus sund

22,750,081 58 12,254 909 36 10,271,517 54 2,660,129 25 3,207,6111 21 1,381,486 77 991,044 v8 1,927,358 59 1,450,027 58 1.334.747 01
Nat. bank no es outstanding 66,796,278 00 56.293, 293 00 38,066,831 00 18,303,487 00 17,055, 124 00 9,438,672 00 12,405,664 00 9,057,655 00 8715,755 00 10,925,643 00
Individual deposits... 266, 703,425 52 55,618,218 19 72,858,749 51 22,890,482 75 11,513,212 82 18,320,226 67 6,561,004 81 12,972,211 66 18,684,607 95 7,208, 99 56
United States deposits 5,986,570 14 4,576,631 35 3,685,266 28 3,410,110 83 1,099,485 76 1,749,530 80 734,949 47 669,588 93 660,942 48 719, 87 40
Dep'its of U. S. disb'g offic's 84,8 0 95 55,309 81 30,096 06 91, 89 86 47,776 14 211,287 59 13,185 32 51,327 06 146,638 99 121,686 00
Die to National anks. 55,640,589 8! 11,516,686 29 8,862, 764 17 2,159, 106 91 2,227,650 02 2,295,047 95 632,099 21 1,596,445 02 1,785,660 17 88,3 900
Due to ot er b nks & bank's 14,068,6.,7 88 1,233,928 73 1,436,773 20 681,082 72 245,409 88 1,234,229 91 438,255 51 194,419 97 297,851 82 89,846 15
Sta e bank circulat'n outst'g 1,145,182 00 862,672 00 686,851 00 92,131 00 432 552 00 2,721 00 239,987 00 269,948 00 376,145 00 9,412 00
Profits

10,641.238 27 5,180, 700 05 3,059,589 09 975,241 85 1,282,818 63 1,064,055 02 1,006,488 9. 944,499 02 706,695 35 930,953 86 Aggregate

669,827,209 18 227,282,248 78 187,836,227 85 72,968,652 17 61,896, 260 46 45,847,257 71 42,887,428 37 89,016,913 25 40,214,526 84 84,006,148 48

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RESOURCES.
Maine. Missouri. Michigan. Vermont. Iowa. N. Hampsh'e. Wisconsin. Delaware. Tennessee, Kentucky
Loans and Discounts 9,910, 775 09 8,116,932 99 6,703,567 21 6,023,356 87 4,915,812 61 3,682,273 27 8,811,998 51 2,059,137 18 2,116,568 00 2,983,259 49
Real estate, furnit. & fixtu's. 239,808 72 351, 362 39 302,460 44 100.512 20 235,

254 68 101,389 05 176,257 31 110,625 19 156,878 96 121,596 33
Current expenses..........

18, 257 99 82, 293 75 61,910 42 33,513 71 87,852 46 26,897 76 33,353 47 21,116 08 46,800 59 24,815 00 Premiums paid..

12,712 20 103,604 39 14,147 40 31,184 46 17,575 46 21,072 19 42,172 81 8.130 23 45,704 29 81,462 27
Cash items......

2:1,491 87 877, 101 46 860,803 59 134,675 85 151,279 23 191,085 51 252,748 10 87,798 25 68,781 19 10,695 59
Due from National Banks 1,560,827 80 1,091,451 83 1,672,310 11 959,497 93 808,189 25 1,221,978 93 1,212,753 84 350 651 85 887, 261 74 492,92 : 59
Due from other banks.... 13 544 71 206,125 97 104,228 19 14,499 46 154,385 35 18,0-4 56 62,650 28 42,602 95 147,372 68 283,594 E6
U. S Bonds to secure circ'n 8,327, 250 00 3,774, 100 00 4,357,700 00 6,441,000 00 3,712, 150 00 4,772,000 002 843, 250 00 1,348,200 CO 1,416 550 00 2,660,000 00
U.S. Bonds to secure depo's 770,450 00 635, 250 00 400,000 00 682,250 00 504,000 00 715.850 00 500,000 00 60,000 551,000 00 811,000 00
U.S. Bds. & secur. on hånd. 550,830 01 408, 200 00 312,700 00 659, 150 00 288,900 00 406,750 00 368,750 00 25,500 00 436,500 00 65,000 00
Other st'ks, bds. & mortg's. 271,853 28 916, 244 48 210.386 00 49,359 07 146,023 00 81,400 00 31,385 00 8,288 76 316,038 00 80, 00 00
Bills of National Banks.... 237,251 00 295,867 00 136 636 00 116,526 00 2:6,636 00 179,945 00 105,543 00 32,620 00 273,697 00 100,4 5 00
Bills of State Banks.

6,874 00 12,850 00 4,353 00 5,059 00 6,239 00 366 00 576 00 6.161 00 45 00 31 00
Specie.

19,174 54 101,253 63 11.270 22 27, 293 26 43.364 02 6,665 39 17,293 21 9,686 57 37,269 18 4 284 16 Legal tender notes

685,235 34 3,619,544 99 1,065,278 98 529,092 85 1,266,545 69 326,889 31 821,614 49 172.148 15 702,871 28 564,851 76 Compound Interest notes .. 679,850 00 843,390 00 693,595 00 457,450 00 639,930 00 315,960 00 495, 325 00 156,510 00 321,680 00 251,50 00 Aggregate..

23,501,232 54 18,838,573 08 16,401,371 66 15,267.419 66 13,243,656 78 12,0:1,606 97 10,778,686 02 4,523,076 21 7,547,017 19 7,813,246 03

LIABILITIES.

Surplus fuud Capital stock paid in....... 8,985.000 on 7,059,30000 5,059,010 00 6,460,000 00 8,792,000 00 4,735,000 00 2,885,000 00 1,428.185 09 1,890,000 00 2,885,000 05

709,850 97 668,659 34 655,441 06 341,987 17 324,505 39 338,437 5 374,929 34 277,307 92 118,518 78 -180,507 45 Nat bank notes outstanding 7,831,866 00 2,260,402 00 3,812,062 00 5,680,435 00 3,211, 43000 416,802 00 2,508,792 00 1.196,455 00 1,093,998 00 2,318.648 04 Individual deposits.

4,818,989 63 6,235,891 81 5,851.251 54 1,811,201 35 5,013,625 25 1,863,051 31 3,941,581 78 1,229, 239 53 3,645,959 01 1,684,705 67 United States deposits

407,826 24 565,939 95 292.3-5 01 326,163 83 312,208 55 438,053 86 441,740 07 46,399 89 412.880 47 26 1,213 52
Dep'its of U.S. disb'g offic's 207,298 87 1,044 06 276,903 48 2,462 69 116,513 51 46,065 82 68,461 78

86,115 59 17,848 36
Due to National Banks. 151,632 11 1,316,854 27 87,536 88 8 506 43 58,496 35 2,262 58 259, 119 53 168,822 26 21,144 24 116,935 58
Du to other banks & bank s 49,975 06 692, 753 01 103,063 02 2,784 12 92,495 65 8,469 72 63,366 79 21.883 28 67,253 35 200,009 59
State bank circulat'n outst'g 80,528 00 650,355 09 2,375 00 96,362 00 13,414 00 69, 130 00 3.000 09 84,808 00
Profits.....

678,365 61 577,367 64 265,313 57 537,517 02 279,468 08 804,334 40 229,70 1 73 119,975 33 181,148 47 176,377 89 Aggregate..

23,501, 232 54 18,833,573 03 16,401,371 56 15,267,419 66 13,218,636 78 12,011,606 97 10,778,686 02 4,623,076 21 7,547,017 91 7,843,246 05

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