The difference between the value of our commercial imports and exports.
One unable to pay his debts, and takes advantage of the bankrupt law.
A person whose interest it is to secure lower prices.
A writing given by the seller to the buyer, transferring the ownership of personal property.
An instrument under seal, by which the maker binds himself, and usually his heirs, executors, and administrators, to do or not to do a specified act. A certificate of ownership of a specified portion of a capital debt due by a government, a city, a railroad, or other corporation, to individual holders, and usually bearing a fixed rate of interest.
Those which are stored in a bonded warehouse, or in bonded cars, the owner having given bonds securing the payment of import duties or of internal revenues, upon their removal or their arrival in some inland city of entry, and before a specified time.
A premium given on a loan, or for any favor shown.
An agent who effects sales or purchases, or who makes loans and con-tracts for another.
A place where bets are made on quotations of prices established on legitimate exchanges and boards of trade. Pretended trading. Illegal in most States. Recently taxed by Revenue Law.
A person whose interest it is to secure higher prices.
Raising the price of stocks.etc.