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The Daily News.
THURSDAY MORNING, APRILJj^ 1866.
BOSTON-Fer brig Manzanilla-90,000 feet Pitch Pine
Timber, 18,500 feet 1,'i-inch Pine Flooring Boards.
BANGOB, ME-Per sehr A C Austin-165.000 feet Pitch
Pine Timber, 19,000 feet Sawed Lumber.
The Charleston Cotton Market.
There bel?g an increased supply of the staple on the
market, yesterday buyers were enabled to operate to a
greater extent than on tho two previous days, and some
350 bales were sold during the day, prices being rather
in favor of the purchaser. We quote :
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.28@32
Low Mid liing.33@34
OBANGEBUBG April 17.- COTTON.-The price has
receded in the last few days five cents. The highest
point reachod on Tuesdsy last was for Middling to Strict
Middling, 26 cents per pound and 28 cents for Good
Midd Ung. The bulk of the stock in the bands of planters
being held over for shipment or to wait the development
of the future. We quote:
Middling to Strict Middling.26 cte. per lb.
Ri/je-Bough per bushel.180
Potatoes-Sweet per bushel. 75
AUGUSTA, April 17.- COTTON.- An excellent tone
. pervades the market. We quote middling 30, strict
middling 31, and good middling 32.
THE MONEY MABKET.
GOLD-In good demand. Brokers buying at 126; sell?
ing at 12).'.
SILVER-Dui!. Buying at 120; celling at 124.
Georgia Railroad Stock sold at sue.
COLUMBUS. April IA-COTTON.-Th i market has
been flat the entire week at 25 to 2Sc. No disposition
has been manifested to effect transactions at ruling
prices. Yery little Cotton has been sold.
Stock September 1. 6,004
Received past week. 37*1
Received previously.26,014 -26.393
Shipped past week. 393
Stock April 14. 6.049
GOLD.-Buying, 124; selling, 127.
SILVER - Buying, 120; selling, 123.
Exchange on New York, par.
Exchange on New Orleans, }i per cent premium.
MEMPHIS, April 15.-COTTON.-Owing to its being
Saturday, wh n, a? ls usual, but few sales ever take
place, there was little doing in the staple to-day,
not sufficient to chan?* any of our quotations ot yes?
terday. The ll o'clock dispatches quoted Cotton ss
doll and quiet at 38 cents, which, although from the
rise in Gold a promising omen of better prices was not
acted upon by on r Cotton dealers, and we quote it as
firm at the annexed prices:
Ordinary.24 to 56c
Good Ordinary.26 to ?7c
Low Middling.28 to 29c
Middling.30 to 31o
Good Middling....33 to 34o
MOBILE April M.-COTTON.-The market, bas been
dull and deinaid light .ihroughoiit the day, with poor
selections offering, and prices easier and fonding down?
ward. Only 250 bales changed hands, the market closing
dnll at - to Ht for Middling.
MONETARY AND FINANCIAL.-The principal feature of |
the market to-day has be?n a d?pression lu Sterling Ex?
change, and do-nward tendency of Uold, in sympithy
Sith the New Fork market. The transactions of to-day j
i the former, compared with those of yesterdty, show
considerable falling off. Some salea were made yes- j
terday aa high as 134, but closes this afternoon at 180 !
The markot is moder?tely supplied with Domestic Ex?
change, in wnich a fair1 business hat been done, and
oleses firm at X to % fir Bank and Bankers' Bills, aod
X discount for outside B Us. Five and ten days' Sight,
X to l discount.
Ntw Orleans eight, pu to \ discount.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, April 13.-COTTON -There was a lair
Inquiry noticeable at the opening of the market this
mirc'ni, with some prospect of a moderate, if not an
average business. But owing to the heavy operations of
yesterday, offiiinga wore unusuilly light and factors de?
manded still more stringent prices, which tended to re?
strict operations. Some small sales transpired during
the forenoon, nevertheless, at an advance on yesterday's
rates; but the upward movement wis checked at an
early hour by a reduction in the demand for and rates of
Foreign Exchange, which, however, was moro fully de?
veloped after the receipt ot the regular noon dispatcher
to the Press announcing a considerable docUne in rates
of Gold at >ew Yi rk, while private dispatches subse?
quently received represent a material failing off in rates
of foreign bil's at the North, and countermanded pre?
vious orders to buy, whi'.h had been previously received
In this market
As may ba readily Inferred, the demand for cotton
soon abated after the intelligence referred to became
generally known, and prices fed oft to yesterday's closing
figures, at which rates only a few hundred bales changed
hands during thc latter part of thc day. Tho aggregate
sales foct np only 1500 bales, divided among tan buyers,
and the movement was almost exclusively restricted to
the purchase of small lots for filling up previous lista.
We repeat last evening's quotations, with the remark
that the market closed unsettled at these figures: Ordi?
nary, 30 to 32c; good ordinary, 33 to 34c; low middling,
35 to 36c; middling, 39 to 40c. The net receipts for the
week are 12,908 bales, against 15,243 ba:eBlast week, and
18,209 bales the week'previous. The aggregate sales tor
the v. eek foot np 1',020 bales, against 14,565 bales last
week, and 14,149 bales the week previous. The exports
for the week amount to 22,348 bales, against 22,176 bales
last week, and 18,916 bales the week previous, and the
Stock on hand and on shipboard this evening is 170,190 |
bales, against 178,344 bales last reek, ?od 184,768 bales
at the close of tbe previous week. The exports for the |
week comprise 6711 bales for Liverpool, 12,685 for Havre,
1126 for New Tork, 1320 for Boston, and 50C bale J for |
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
S to :k on hand Sept. 1st, 1865-balee. 83,239 j
Be - .ved since yesterday.3,312
Received previously. 651,620-6*4,8321
Exported since yesterday.3,232
Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared.. .170.090
Exports luclude 1797 bales for Liverpool, 144 bales for
New lort end 1291 bales tor Havre.
SHOAT, AND MOLASSES.-There hu? been a good de
m&nd for sugar throughout the week, but the limited
character ot receipts have prevented sales of magnitude.
Buyers readily jlelded to the pretensions of holder*,
and the t a'ance oo hand from list week, together with
the arrivals of this, speedily changed hands. This even?
ing there is little or none lu tbe possession of brokers.
We produce the following as the closing quotations for
Louisiana: Inferior, ll jj cents; com mi n, 12 to 12%
cents; good do, 13 cents; low fair, 13}? cents; fully fair,
14*4 ceuts; seconds, to 15 cents; aud firsts 15>i to
16 cents per lb. There have also been sales at auction
of some 60 hhds, of which 15 inferior old brought
IO5; cent-, is low common ll J?' ceuts, and 26 Inferior at
10>4 t-j !0.*k cent? per lb. Molasses has bren very quiet,
and only a few bbls have been disposed of at 55 cents
for commm. and 75 cen's p -r gallon far prime Tho
supply of ibis commodity is also quite exhausted. To?
day ll hhds sugar sold *t 16),' cents per lb for seconds,
and 11C bbls molasses at 75 cents per gallon for prime.
The week's receipts comprise 95 hhds eu jar, and 224
bbls of molasses; and the exports 149 hhds sugar and 7
WESTERN PRODUCE.-There U a good stock of nour
on hand, while that of Gram ls only moderate, but the
xnovexent and prices of the above a-e so conflicting
that the condition of our market can be better under?
stood by reierriug to tho subjoined particulars:
FLOUR.-The market opened this we k at a decline of I
nt least 25c on the quotations furnished in our last |
weekly rep ITt, since which time they have exhibited no
further falling off, though extreme dullness has prevail?
ed. The transactions of the week do not exceed 13.000
bbls., chiefly at the following figures: $6 for low fine;
?$6.25 ?G 75 for flue; $7 40 ?7 60 for superfine; $7.75
for choice do. branded; $8@9 on its meriti*: ?9.50@10
for low extra; $10.25?10.75 for extra; $ll(i?l2.25 per
bbL fir good do. To-day tome 1500 bbls. were soldat
the above range.
The receipts of the week comprise 33,480 bbls and the
exports 4635 bbls.
COEN-There has been an active Inquiry during the
weok at better prices than those reported on Saturdiy
?and Monday, since which time the market has been
more regular, and some 40,000 sacks were sold, the clos?
ing rate* being 83 to 85: for mixed, 85 to 68c f r yellow,
and 95 to 97 -;c per bushel for white To-day about 20Q0
sack! told at a further advance, more particularly for
?white, which brought $1 per bushel Tbe receipts for
the week comprise 10,415 sacks, and the exports 7001
f/ASh-Prices eincc out last weekly statement lure
been rather fluctuating, ranging from 51 to 53c pi
bushel. Yesterday, the outside figure waa received ft
some 2000 sacks, which would indicate an advance i
lc per bushel. The transactions of the week embrax
about 19, CP sacks at the above-mentioned figures. Ti
day we nc ticed sales of some 1600 sacks all at 63c pt
bushel. Week's receipts, 17,100 sacks. Export?, o:
BRAN.-.There has been but little movement in tb:
article during the past week, and that little has been di
posed of-changed hands at a still further decline on or
previous quotations in last Saturday's issue, when $11
to 1 20 were the selling rates, but last evening $1 10 t
115 is all that could be realized. The week's sales lt
elude about 50r0 Backs at the latter figure. To-day onl
about 300 sacks changed hands at $116 per 100 los. Th
receipts of the week comprise 5417 sacks, and the e:
ports 850 sacks.
PROVISIONS -The demand during the past week ha
been only for retail parcels, and was very brisk. Oca
eionally we hear of a round lot of Pork being sold, br
nothing of the kind in Bacon and Lard. The conditio
of our market will be found by referring to the annexe
PORK.-Even weight Mess is retailing readily at $28 2
to $28 50 per b* 1. One or two sales of 100 bbls each too
place during the week at $28 per bbl. The week's re
ceipts comprise 1055 bbls, and theexpoitB 276 bbls.
BAOON.-There waa aome inquiry for Shoulders in
small way, but no lots of any magnitude have change
hands. We continue to quote Shoulders at 13 to 13 y2c
Bibbed Sides, 16 to 16%c; clear do, 17>,c ; Smoked Harnt
18c; and Sugar-cured, 22 to 23c per lb. The week's re
ceipts comprise 94 casks and the exports 128 casks.
LARD -The market has boen very quiet, with-no sale
of any consequence Dealars are supplying the detnan
at 19c for prime, in tierces, and 21c per pound, in kegt
The receipts comprise 91 tierces, 180 kegs, and tho ei
ports 20 tierces and 40 keg J.
SUNDRIES.-We quote Northern Butter at 50c to G2c
Western do ot 35c to 49c per pound; Northern an<
Western Cheese at 24c; English Dairj 27c; full weigh
btar Candles at J4c; short weight do at 2lo per pound
Soap at 10c to 15c; and Starch at Cc to 12c per pound.
WHISKEY -The market is dull and depresfed, with n
sa'ea of any consequence. Rectified commands fror
$2 25 to $2 34 per gallon for retail lots. The week's re
ceipts comprise 141 bbls and the exports 226 bbls.
COFFEE.-We nave no change to note in thiscommod
Hy. Dealers are supplying the domand at 25 to 27 cent
fl tb , currency, for ordinary to prime Rio. The tots
receipts since the close of the war comprise 40,177 bagt
Tho sales of tho week embrace about 3808 bags, of whicl
225 at 20?; cents, Oold, duty paid ; 200 at 20:s" cents do.
150 at 20 'j cents do. ; 1776 at vi cents do; 409 at 21 cent
do , and 1148 on private terms. Thc steck on hand thl
evening comprises 10,844 bags. We now quote rouni
lots as follows: Fan: to prime 20.'j to 20?; cents, au
choice 31 cents, Gold, duty paid.
SALT.-A cargo of Liverpool, consisting of S500 sacke
were cold on private terms.
FREIGHTS.-There is a moderate demand at firm pri
ces for loreign ports, whi'e that for domestic continue
tory dull. The engagements for to-day comprise ;
Brinah vesrel for Liverpool at KjL and two ships fo
Havre at 1 >4'c per lb for Cotton. We continue to quot
as follows: Cotton by steam to New York is taken at J
to ??c. a id to Boston at 7?c per pound, and by sall t
both of the above ports at >,'c; by steam to Liverpool a
M to lid, an 1 by sail at }i to ?,'d ; to Havre by sail U
to 1 f?o per pound. There is no f lour going forward b
New fork or to Europe, and we therefore omit quota
tiona for that article as they ara only calculated to mis
lead parties interested.
WILMINGTON, April 17.-Owlngto the inclemenc;
of the weather, very little out-door business has beet
dine to-day. The toUowlng are aU the sales wo cai
TURPKNTTNE.- Sales of 44 bbls. at $5 for new virgin
$3 for yellow dip, and $1.50 for hard, fl 280 lbs.
TAD-Has declined 25c., and 100 bbls. changed hand
at $1.25 per bbl.
COTTON.-One small lot (5 bales) sold at 23c per lb
BALTIMORE, April 14.-COFFEE.- We report a gooc
demand tor Bio, with eales of 41)00 bags, b ?lance of brij
Wavelet's cargo, on priv.te terms; 187 boga Rio, reject
e*. at 13\' cent?, gold. In bond; 216 bags do at 18>i te
20?; cents, duty paid; and 20 bags do at us cents, cur
rency. Bark Clifton is in the bay from Bio, with 420(
i LOUR.-Tho market la very firm at the im pr o vc m en
last quoted; the demand, however, is moderate, and con
fined to lots for locar trad s We quote as follows : How
ard-streot 8aper and Cut Extra $8 60 to $9 76; do Extra
$9 60 to $10, do Funnily $13 60 to $18 50, Ohio Supet
and Cut Extra $8 25 to $8 75; do Extra $9 to $9 75; dc
Family $12 60 to $13 50; Northwestern Supor $8 tc
$8 50; City Milla, good to fancy brands Soper $8 50 tc
18 75; do shipping brands Extra $13 to $12 30; do stand?
ard Extra $9 60 to $10; Baltimore, Welch's ant Green*
field's Family, $15 60; do huh grade Extra $13 50 pei
barrel. Bye Floor, new, $4 36 to $4 50 Corn Meal
City Milla and Brandywine $3 60 to $3 60 per bbl.
GRAIN.-Wheat was again in very moderate supply,
3500 b ?shela only reported on 'Change; demand good,
particularly for prime and choice parcels. Sales to-day
include 1100 bushels common white at $i.80@3; 2000
bushels good to prime at $2.90@3, nearly all at the in?
st le figure; 150 bushels good red at $3.35; 100 do. prime
at $3.65; we quote Chicago and Milwaukee red, aa to
qua'ity, at $firstname.lastname@example.org fl bushel, which embraces the
tange of last sales. Corn waa in moderate supply, de?
mand mostly for coastwise shipments, and the sales ol
white were again in favor of buyers; we report 350G
bnxhels white at 80c ; 4700 bushels do. at 81c. ; 400 bush?
els mixed at 78c. ; 2700 bushels yellow eff-red, ont only
a portion sold at 80c. fl bushel Oats-No receipts or
LINSEED Om-Is quiet; quoted at $1.30@l 32 f>
MOLASSES.-Stock in first bands light; no salos to-day;
we quote the range, viz : for Porto Bico, old and new at
45@70c; Cuba Muscovado do 45@50c; Cuba clayed 40?
43c. and English Island 40@70c fl gallon.
PROVISIONS.-Bulk Meats are firmer, with sales of 150
casks Shouldr rs.ln lots.at ll ." @11 >;c ; Sides held at 14?
U','c, Bacon is quiet; selling in lots at 12'?o for Should?
ers. 15*;c for Sides, and in some instances at a fraction
less. We roport a salo of 20 bbls Prime Moss Pork at
$27; Mess is quoted at $28? 20 50 ft bbl, the latter for
smaUlots. Lard I8'4'@18.'?c for Western, 18c for City
In bbla ; Western in kegs 30.'s'c, Baltimore refined 31 Jio
SUGAR.-Market quiet to-day, with sales of 35 hhds
Porto Rloo, in lots, at ilji to 12J? cents; quotations
steady at 10.'; to 10,?.; cents for fair to good refining. 4
mos: fair to good grocery Cuba ll to 12 cents; prime to
choice 121? to 13 cents net; common to good Porto Bioo
11 to ll ?, cents; prime to choice 12>; to 14'?' cents.
Refined Sugars steady st 16 cent? for standard crushed,
powdered and granulated, and 15 cents for A white.
Syrup-Baltimore Golden 90 cents per gallon.
SRICDS.-Clover ls dull; quote nominal at $5 25 to
$5 75 for common to prime. Timothy is very scarce,
and would bring, if on the spot, $4 60 p?r bushel. Flax
is lower; best only command $2 50 per bushel, from
i WHISEEY-Continues inactive; we have only to
notice a sale of 30 bbls Western at $2 36, and small lots
City at same. Last sile of Country was at $3 21 per
New York Market.
The N. Y. Times of Monday 16th Inst,, aays: The
price of gold was fairly ateady Saturday at 126@12G;,' ft
cent; the market after regular f hange hours being
somewhat firm. The Exchange on London, whioh clos?
ed for the morning's steamer* et 107 ??'(?) 107,'.' ft cf nt.,
was held for 107@107?; for the next packet at the
close of the day. There was not much disposition,
however,.to do business in anticipation of the later
news from Europe, which was expected to be recel re <
before the remittances for the Cunarder of Wednesday
next have to be made up.
The private letters by the Boston steamer, delivered
in tho morning, place, as a goneral remark, less impor?
tance on the polit ic tl dUturbance between tho Ce.man
Powers than was Indicated some duys ago by the proas
telegrams from Halifax, and the mall brought over a
much smaller sum of United States 5-20's of 1862 than
had boen sold In advance. The price before tho close of
tho day advanced to 104@10l>g', and tho honda were
being borrowed for delivery on short contracts at a nom?
inal J ate of interest. Nearly all the other Government
Securities were strongly upward. Some sales of 7-30s
wore made as high as 101 ft cent, and interest, and
Compound Interest Notes woro in demand at par and
full accumulated interest, less *i@,'; fl cent. The De?
cember Notes of 1864 were sold ut 1- 7,?;. The accumu?
lated interest is 108@108l; fl cont. Thu other dates
sold iu about the same proportion. Tho bants are said
to be buyers, by way of adding to their Lcjrnl Tonder
basis, and as money now goes on the street, they are
doing a good thing for th : lr interest bearing assets. In
some iustances money was offered to prominent bro?
kers on Government collateral as low as 4 per cont,
though 6 per cent is the rule of he Street.
NEW rORK, Saturday. April 14.-The receipts of the
principal kinds of Produce since our last have been 63
pkgs ABhes, 6,989 bbls Flour, 230 bags Coru Meal, 250
bushels Wheat, 125 bushels Corn, 360 oushels Rye, 9,500
bushels Malt, 1,500 bushels Oats, 370 bbls Pork, 1,640
pkt, s Cut Meat?, 1,661 pkgs Lard, 888 pkgs Beef, and 435
ASHES-Have be n dull and heavy at $6 62>i to $6 87 >;
for Pots, and nominally $12 25 to $13 50 for Pearls por
100 lbs. 8tock of all kinds tn the Inspection Ware,
house, this morning, 1,329 bbls, including 1,265 bbls
Pots, and 44 bbls Pearls.
COFFEE-Has been lu limited demand at unaltered
rates. Java at 26>?c to 27>;c ; Maracaibo at 20c to 21c,
Laguayra at 20c to 2 ic, Bio ?t 16>?c to 2lo, and St. Do?
mingo at 17 : i c to 17 >,'c, cash, in gold, per lb.
COTTON-Has been moderately inquired for at uniform
rates. Middlings 37 J to 39c per lb. Sales and resales
since our last 3100 bales, agalnat receipts of 1275 bales.
1 The week's receipts at this port have been 12,939 bales;
eales and resales, 21,000 bale?; exports, 3650 bales, in?
cluding to Liverpool 3643 bales, and Tarragona 8 bales.
Estimated stock at thia port, 2.0,0o0 bales, and at all
the shipping ports of the country, at latest dates,
519,300 bales. Tbs receipts at the shippln? ports hive
been 1,608,000 bales since September 1, 1865, and 3,024,
000 bales alBtt tU9 close of war, May, 1869, Mees?,
Cornwall & Zereg* notice the week's business tl
"Tha receipts, as far as received this week by telegn
show a decided falling off, and it will be very surpri
if tram this time me decline is not moro marked,
market for the week has been irregular. The declln
receipts has caused an improved speculative demi
but tn? fear of an European war prevents free purch
for export and prices have averaged lc lower than
week. There is a somewhat improved spinning demi
but the purchases are not heavy, the spinners prefer?
to take the chances of a lower market. The sales
our market are now in excess of the receipts, and
much cotton that has been credited to the receipt
shipped without coming on the market, we have to
duce our estimate of the stock on hand. Tho Col
Goods market ls steady, with fair sales at nncttan
MOVEMENTS rx COTTON AT THIS TOBT.
Receipts this week, bales. 12
e-'a'os and resales, ihis week, bales. 21
Exports since Tuesday, bales. 3
E tim a ted stock now here, bales. 230,
Receipts since Apail 1.1860, biles. 17,
Receipts since January 1, 1666. bales. 253,
Receipt? Mace September 1, 1865, bales. 705,
Exports since September 1,1805, bales. 377,
FLOUR ANO HEAL.-State and Western Flour has b
in fair demand at a further improvement of 10c to :
per bbl. Sales since our last 10,850 barrels, in:lud
common to choice Superfine State and Western at $f
to $7 40: very poor to choice Extra State at $7 31
$8 40, chiefly at $7 40 to $7 HO; round-hoop Extra Ol
poor to good shipping brands, at $8 40 to $8 70 per 1
Superfine State and Western.$6.90 @ $'
Extra State. 7.S5 S I
Extra niinols, Indiana, Michigan, Ac.7.40 @ ll
Extra Ohio, round-hoop, shipp'g brands.. 8.40 @ I
Extra Ohio, trade and family brands..8.75 @ 1!
Extra Gencsee.8.45 3 li
Poor to very choice oxtra Missouri.7.75 @ ll
Southern Flour ls in fair demand and firmer. St
since our la?t, 1850 bbls, in lots, at $9 10 to $10 25
poor to good, and $10 30 to $ 16 50 for good to very che
extra brands per bbl. Canadian Flonr ls lmprovl
Sales 500 bbls. Extra at $7 55 to $12 50 per bbl. ]
Flour ls quiet, including Superfine at Si 25 to $5 25
bbl. Corn Meal is in moderato request at $3 65 to $i
for Western, $3 70 to $3 85 for Jersey, and $4 20 to $4
for Brandywine per bbl. Sales 250 bbl?.
GRAIN-Wheat bas been steady in price and in mo
rate demand. Sales since our last 37,500 bushels,
cloding White Canada at $2 75; Amber Mlehlgar
$2 40; Milwaukee Club at 1 70 to $1 71; very poor <*t
$16"; and Chicago Spring at $1 66 per bushel C
has been in less demand and less buoyant. Sales sli
our last 62.600 bushe'B. at 79 to 81c for unsound and
to 85c in store and deUvered, for sound mixed Wosti
-the latter rat * for very choice-per bushel. Oats
in moderate demand, including State at 60 to 62c, Jer
and Pennsylvania at 63 to 55c, old Western at 56 to '
new Western at 40 to 47lic, Canada at 57 to 59c ;
bushel. Nothing now in Rye, Barley or Barley Malt.
HAY-North River Bile continues in fair demaud,
55 to 80c for common to choice, per 100 lbs.
Hors-Are in moderate request at former rates,
eluding last year's crop at 20 to 65c, and two years'
at 12 to 45c per lb.
MOLASSES-Has been In limited demand to-day,
eluding New Orleans at 90c to tl 10; Porto Rico at I
to 75c; Cuba at 35c to 60c per gallon.
NAVAL ST?HES- Are dull and heavy, including Spii
of Turpentine at 88c to 92c per gallon ; Crude do at $*
to $6 75; Rosin at $2 75 to $15 per 280 lbs; Tar at $2
to 82 75 por bbL
OILS-Continue inactive and heavy, including Cm
Whale at $1 22 to $1 23; Bleached Whale at $125
$1 30; Crude Sperm at $2 35; Unbleached do at $2 i
Lard Oil at $1 55 to $1 70; Red Oil at 80c to 90c: Lins?
OU at tl 28 to $1 30 per gallon.
PETROLEUM-Has been In limited demand and
pressed at 21c to 25c for Crude; 38o to 40c for Renn
in bond, and 50c to 59c for do, free, per gallon. ]
ceints, 3512 bbls.
PROVISIONS.-Pork has been in more demand, (hie
on speculation opening at reduced prices, but dosi
moro firmly. Sales, sines our last, 8600 barrels, in lc
at $22 60 to $25 65 for new Moss, closing at $25 65 rei
lar; $25 to $25 25 for one year old Mess; $26 for n
Prime Mess, f 25 fori hin Mess, $21 25 to $22 for n
Prime, per barrel. Sales wore siso made of 5!
barrels new Mess, April, May. June and July del
erod, sellers' options, at $25 r>0 to $25 75 per barr
Cut Meats are quiet at 10X to ll Scents for Sbonldi
and 16 to 18 cents for Hams; sales 330pkg*. Bacon
In limited in request, Including Cumberland Cut at V
to Uri cents; Stort Rib at 15 to 16'4' cents; I ong R:
bed, 14 >i to U*i cents; Long Clear at 16 to 15'4 cen
Short Clear st 16cents per lb; sales 450 boxes. Ure
ed Hogs are inactive at 12J? to IV i cents per lb. Li
has been in moderate request, at steady rates; sales (
tea and bbls, at 16'.,'to 13V cents per lb. Beef is
moderate demand at $15 to $19 60 for new Plain Mei
and $20 to $24 for new extra do; sales have been repo
ed of 453 bbl?. Tierce Beef continues quiet and non
nal Beef Hams are in demand at $37 60 to $9 por bl
fairs 800 bbls. Butter continues dull and heavy at
to 55 cents for poor to prime, 65 to CO cents for fan
State, and 25 to 45 cents for Western, per lb. Cheese
very quiet at 16 to 22 cen s per lb.
SUGARS-Have been In moderate request at prsvlo
prices. Sales since our last 640 hhds., including Cut
Sra. at from 10Jif?ia; .c. ; and 470 Loxes Havan
part at 10@12>?c. <R lb. We quote fair to good Gt
cere' at 10X911X0,; Refining at lOJiAlOJfe $ 1
Refined Sugars continue In fair request at 13??@K
STEARINE -Sales since our last 46,000 lbs., at 15!,
17 lie $ lb.
TALLOW.-Sales 132,000 lbs., at 11X911X0., and 2?
000 lbs. Grease at ll(?sl2?ic. fl lb.
WHISKEY -Sales ?ince our last, 110 bbls, at $2 26
$2 27 per gallon.
FnsioRTS-Havo been quiet, with 568 vcsssels of t
classes in port. For Liverpool thero were taken 6
bales Cottju. at 5-lGd by sailicg vessels and fi I
steamer, per lb; 700 tierces Beef, part at 2s 6d by sailli
vessel per tletce. For Cadiz a brig was chartered
load with Staves and Petro.eu m, on private terms.
Financial and Commercial.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
MONDAY, April 2.- This has been a holiday at tl
Stock Exchange, and in nearly all departments ol bul
nets the transactions have been unimportant. Thoi
was a moderate discount demand at the bank to-day.
Tho Result, from Port Philip, bas brought ?6984.
Th? Lanarkshire, from the (ame port, bas brougl
The Times City article of Wednesday, April 4, says :
"The English funds this morning opened at a decide
advAnco, in consequence of the less threatening chara
tor of tho accounts from Germany, and further lmpn
ved on the telegram announcing tho mediation of tl
Duke of Cob erg."
The favorable figures of the Revenue Return likewli
oxerclsed considerable influence.
Consols closed at 66'i to 88 K.
The discount demand has been moderate.
French Rentes 67f 70 centimes.
New York Central 8bares advanced 2)'..
United States 5-20's recovered I fi, and Erie sharei
paid up, fi; Illinois Central shares, 1 ; and Illinois Cei
tral bonds, 1.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET-APRIL 2 AND 3.
Market qu t and irregular. Sales for the two daj
9000 bales; IIJO on speculation. Prices fi per lb. lowe
than last li r day.
LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET -APRIL 3.
Wheat and Flour dull and unchanged. Indian Cor
3d lower on the week.
LONDON CORN MARKET-APRIL 2.
LONDON TALLOW MARKET-APR LL 3.
Tallow quiet at 43- Sd@4 '-s 6d.
MANCHESTER, Tuesday, April 3 -The depression ii
tho yarn and cloth market caused by the heavy arrival
nt cotton continues, and ii somowhat intensified by th
rapid accumulation of stock. A few weeks ago the ?toe:
in Liverpool was only about 300,000 bales, against ove:
600,000 last year. Yesterday tho stock had increased it
Liverpool to ?30 000 bules as compared with 552,001
1 'st year. A change of such importance naturally in
daces buyers to rauses little before entering onnev
engagements. In the department of shipping yarns tin
market has been very quiet to-day, but some of thc Ger
mans, being under the impression that the Austrian ani
Prussian quat rel ls likely to be ari ut-ged satisfactorily
this week, have ventured to givo out some pressing or
durs for Immediate delivery. Some ot' the India Louee:
I havo also ventured to moko low oflors-too low, how
ever, to meet with acceptance, and they have not led t(
The market for these yarns cir ses with a better feel
lng than oil. ted st its opeuiug this morning, and witt
more disposition to business. For home trudo yarns
there has not been much inquiry, and prices are teuilins
decidedly in favor of buyers. Spinners having Ptocks
are more anxions to sell. As regards cloth, lu addition
to tho quietness and inactivity lucideutal to the holiday
season, we have a very general depression lu tho mar?
ket, and quite an absence of operations. There ls a de?
cline in the valuo of all sorts of goods, but we hear ol
nothing being done of sufficient importance to estab?
lish any very reliable quotations. Buyers are holding
entirely aloof, though sellers generally are not by any
means (owinir to previous orders; as yet reduced to the
position of being compelled to press for new contracts,
or to fores the goods any of them havo In stock unduly
upon the market. There aro many of them, however,
willing to take a considerable reduction in price.
[Commercial by Telegraph to Southampton ]
LIVERPOOL, Wednesday Morning, April 4.-COTTON
Dull and declined }?d to ld ; sales on Monday and Tues?
day, 9000 bales, Including 2000 to speculators and ex
pirters. The declina waa caused by continued heavy
Manchester market heavy and nominal.
BREAD STUFFS-Flour doll but steady. Wheat quiet
and steady. Corn quiet and eitler; mixed, 28s ?d to
PROVISIONS-Beef dull and easier. Pork tends down?
ward. Lard quiet and steady at 72s for American. Ba?
con quiet and tending downward. Tallow dull and un?
changed. Butter very dull.
PRODUCE.-Ashes quiet and steady at 36 to 37s. for
Pota and Pearls. Sugars dnlL Coffee steady. Rice
?julet and steady. Rosin quiet at 7?. Spirits Turp?n
tine inactive. Petroleum quiet and steady; refined 2 to
LONDON, Tuesday Night.- Consols close 86>?to8G>?;
Five-Twenties 71 to 7l>?; Erle Shares 55>i to 66; Illi?
nois Central 80a to 80 }? ; New Fork Central 65 to 70.
consignees per South Carolina Railroad,
250 bales Cotton, 87 bags Grain, 5 cars Stock, Furni?
ture, and Sundries. To J & F Lawson, Lee & Spencer,
3 ti 3D Kirkpatrick, T Street, L D DeSaussure, J H Op?
penheim, Mrs M A Coates. G H Walter k Co, E H Rod?
gers k Co, Kanapaux k Lalue, W Lobby, Trout k
Amsbiury, Mrs W M Albergottie, Adams, Frost A Co, W
B Williams, Hunt Bros, K N Lawrence, G W Williams U
Co, J Richards, Hall A Gillefpic. H Cobie ts Co, J B
Pringle, H L Jt flers A- Co, J Bi Sloan.
Por steamship Saragossa, from New Fork-Miss
Locke, Mrs E M Smith, A Locke, J McQueen, G Moffett,
C W Edwards, R Evans, T Gregg, W Patten, E Dale, L
Batchetler, A L Solomon, R C 8chiver, A Cohen, Mr Dry
poichers, H S Strauss, D Young.
PHASES OF THE if OOH.
LastQ. 8th, 3h. 21m.morn (FirstQ. 21st, 6h. lim. even
New M. 15th, lo.. 43m. mornj rull M. 29th, 4b. 3m. even
EISES, j SETS.
PU UT OF CUAKLalaTON,
Arrived Yesterday. fAPRIL ,8
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, New York, 3 days.
Mdze. To Ravcucl A Co, Adams' Express Co, Adams
A Damon, C N Averill A Son, Aitkin, Noyes A Johnson,
Mrs KFW Allston, A H Abrahams k Soot, h A Ammo,
Adams, Frost A Co, J E Adger k Co, Bollmann Bros, T
M Bristol'., W M Bird k Co, I S K Bennett, J U Boesch,
M J Booth, C D Brahe & Co, T W Bliss, E Bates A Co, F
Bernhardy, H Bischoff k Co, Brown k Schirmer, HAS
Brown, Agents, C Bellois k Co, Camc.on, Barkley k Co,
L Chap?n A Co, W H Chofee, S Cohen k Co, Chiso'm
Bros, H Cobla k Co, T F Chapoau. F CbrlstmaD, L Co
Len, Courtney, Totiueut A Co, L Cohn & Co, N M Cba
fee, J Cai.twell & Co, M II Corbett, T M Cater. T CorJes,
Clark & Gt ?ber, P M Cohen Cahill & Co, Casi!ii A Ja?
cob, E Dulv. O Davis A Co, J B Duval .fe Son, J A F Daw?
son W U Eaiteroy, J M tnson, M hudel. D F Fleming
A Co, J Fr-uch, I L Falk k Co, J Flaunt A Co, Pass At
Mlntz, C D Franke, Fitter k Dill, P Fogarty k Co, H
Gerdts k Co, Graeser A Smith, A G Goodwin, Agent, J
Granthall & Co, J H Graver k Co, C Graveloy, B W
Gale & Co, G A Glover, T S Hey? ard i Sons, Hunt Bros,
Hart k Co, E Hirshfeld k Co, Hoffmann, Brabham k Co,
Howo, Doucin k Co, Huger A Hasell, J Hirshfeld, 3 W
Harrisson & Son, H HarriB, J Heesemann k Bro, C H
Johnson, J Hurkump k Co, Jennings, Thomlinson A
Co, A Hiing, H L Jeffers & Co, O E k A S Jtnnson, G H
In graham, S Isaiah, B Joluson, King k Cassldey, W
Kinsman, H Klatto k Co. J King k Co, C L Kt mah rena,
J k J D Kirkpatrick, F Koldenay, W Kelte, J D Kava?
nagh, H W Kinsman, Klinck, Wickenberg k Co, E La?
fitte k Co, L Lorentz, C Love, L Tucker, Lauroy k Alex?
ander, P Lyons k Co, A Langer, G H Llustedt, N Levin,
Jr, Mowry A Co, J B McElhose, Miller k Stone, McCoy,
He'wig k Vidal, W Mattbiesscn, F Murphy, W Mancher,
Meacher A- Hallis, J A Morgan, W H McComb k Co. O S
Maule, M McLaughlin, Muller k Nimitz, J H A D Mul?
ler, Mantouo k Co, Moses k Bro, J Marion, C H Moise k
Ce, Milligan, Melchers k Co, 8 B Marshall B H McDow
ell k Co, North, Steel A Wardell, Nathan A Ottelcngul,
G A NcuftVr, A Nachmann k Co, D O'Neill k Son. B
O'Neill, J Ottolcngul, Pratt k Wilson Bros, D Pani kCo,
G E Pritchett, J Purcoll, W F Paddon, Petit & Blyden, C
F Panknlu, Phillips k McDowell, J Tecklenburg. J B
Bead k Co, J N Robson. Ravenel & Barnwell. Railroad
Agent, Waltor & Son, J Bussell, G F nankin, W A Book,
L Rill k Sons, E H Rodgers k Co, E J C Wood, Mrs
McRlngold, J B E Sloan, E B Stoddard k Co, Strauss,
Vanees k Co. W B Smith k Co, D J Stutges, G W Stef?
fens A Co, H Slegltng, T Stoney, Bev F 3 Shadier, 51
Sickles, L t-chneU A Co, W Steele, J H Schalls, T Street,
T Stenhouse A Co, W A Skrine, Southern Express Co,
Saltus k Roche, J Small A Cn, L Schm nert, T Tupper i
goc.?^f rs A Tanaiuuaon, 1 hompson k Bro, W G Trott,
G W Williams k Co, B T Walker. J Walker. W Bother
land, Willis k Chisolm, E J Wlss A Co, F Weyhmann &
Co, Wagener, Heath A Mouseet, Werner k Ducker, A t
Willington k Co, Wardlaw & Carew, Wharton k Petsch,
W t Whllden A Co, J D Alexander, S Hart, Raoul k Ly
nah, Uflerhardt k Campeen, Fogariles k Stillman, F I
Zemp, J J Bradley, McLoy k Rice, H Clark k Bro, A k
B L Smith, E Scott A Co, D Lopez, J M Osborn, Jone?
k Dubendnrff, 3 B Campbell, Symmes k Berry, C Km
der k Co, B Feldmau, J Bomar A Co, W Voigt, F G Le
Fontaine, G W Clarke k Co, C P Poppenteini, W O An
derson, Miss Jane Adger, Mr? H W Conner, A F Gon
ziles, M Drake. P Kegler, C J Q nimby, J B Betts, airs A
W DufTiis. The Saragossa experienced head winds and
had thick weather.
Steamer George, Rawson. Santee River. 221 balee
Cotton, and Mdze. To G D Lunt, Marshall, Bench &
Co, W C Dukes k Co, Willis k Chis lm, J M Caldwell k
Son, J R Pringle, E H Rodgers k Co, W C Bee A Co, 0
Reeder, G H Ingraham, Ferguson A Barker, D J bturges,
Cleared Yesterday. [AruiL if
Brig Manzanilla, Maguire, Boston-Trout k Amsbury.
Sehr Alonzo C Austin, Smalley, Bangor, Me-Trout A
Brig Ruah, Petty, 8ivannab, Geo-Wm Roach.
Sehr Herschell, Birdeal!, Union Island, near Darien,
From this Port.
Steamship E B Soudor, Lockwood, at New Fork, April 16.
Steamship Gen Barnes, Morton. New York, April 15.
Steamer Fanuie, Srnoot, Baltimore, April 14.
Up for this Port.
I Sehr Jonas Sparks, Crother, at Baltimore, April 16.
Sehr Lilly, Francis, at New York, April li.
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr Chas Woolsey, Parker, at New York, April 14.
MEEKER & PICKFORD,
Of the finest quality, all sizes ;
FBaMES, ALBUMS, STEREOSCOPES, ?o.
No. 106 Nassau street, New York.
Catalogues, with net prices, sent on application.
JSW Special attention given to filling sample orders.
! April 19 thetu2mos
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN FINE CiR
RIAGES of every description, which will be sole
at tess prices tban at any other establlanment in th<
city, and warranted equal to any made in the United
SW Particular attention paid to orders.
April 19 th9tu3moa
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO,, MANAGERS,
Tickets from 61 to $10.
CIRCULARS SENT FREE OF CHARGE ORDERS
for TICKETS in the above LOTTERY promptly at?
tended to. Drawings mailed as soon as the Lottery ii
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery-30,000 Tlckes; 43'
Prizes. Capital Prize, $50,000. Draas the last day ol
I each month. Address
H. T. PETERS, U. S. Licensed Agent,
No. 90 Hasel street, or Key Box 52, Po?loffice.
SCOTT Ss HERIOT,
Brokers and Commission Merchant?
Washlngton-st.. Columbia, 8. C.
*. HOW....-nntiiiiMin, mmwi O, BUM
Will give prompt attention to Purchasing, Selling ant
jforwaxdlng of silMorcnaiidJa?, H CT?? be* jo
ISAAC MIX, JR.,
No. 598 Broadway, New York
T WE NTY-EIGHTH
CHARLESTON FIRE DEPARTMENT
COMPANIES WILL ASSEMBLE ON CITADEL GREEN
at 12 o'clock precisely on Friday, 27th instant, and mora
from thence down King-street to Wentworth, through to
Meeting, down Broad, countermarching at Old Post
Procession will be reviewed on line of march by hil
Honor the Mayor and Aldermen in front of City HaU.
The following wi'l be the order of Procession:
Chief, Assistants and Clerk of Board of Fire Masters.
Mayor and Aldermen.
Charleston Ffre Company of Axmon with Stoam Engine.
Eaglo Fire Company.
Vigilant Fire Company.
Pheonix Fire Company.
Charleston Fire Company.
.?Etna Steam Engine Company.
Marion Fire Engine Company.
German Fire Engine Company.
Palmetto Fire Engico Company.
Hope Fire Engine Company.
Washington Fire Engine Company.
Charleston Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1.
Young America Fire Engine Company.
Stonewall Fire Engine Company.
OBDEB OF PLAYING OFF:
1. Palmetto. 7. Phoenix.
2. Young America. 8. .Etna Steam Engine.
3. Charleston Axe Compa- 0. Washington.
ny, "Stoam." 10. Vigilant.
4. Stonewall. ll. Hope.
5. Marion. 12. German.
6. Charleston. 13. Eagle.
Each Company allowed ono trial. In the event of the
bursting of Hose a second trial will be granted.
Hon. P. 0. GAILLARD will act as Judge, and award
By order M. H. NATHAN, Chief Flro Department
B. M. ST BOBED,
April 17 Clerk and Superintendent
FIRE lURME mm.
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE
FIRE ?li COMPANY,
(ONE BULLION STERLING,)
IS NOW PRK PARED TO TAKE FIRE BISES LN THIS
49- LOSSES ADJUSTED AND SETTLED HERE.
A. S. JOHNSTON, Agent,
April 9 Imo Two doors east of MeeUng-st
0. E. & IS.
No. 273 KING-STREET,
ABE BEGETTING FULL SUPPLIES OF SPRING AND?
BY EVERY STEAMER,
FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
A FULL SUPPLY OF FINE OLOTH. GAS8IMERBR?
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR,
WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER OR 80LD BT
All goods Bold at this House will bo warranted equal
to the best Custom Work. Garments out and made at
the shortest notice.
April 13 _ fstutb8
G. W. AIMAR,
Comer Klug aod Vanderhorst-streets.
March 6 3m o
POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS,
HAET & CO.,
CORNER KING AND MARKET-STS.,
Have just received a large Assortment of
AND EXTRA COVERS.
ICE CREAM CHURNS
HIP AND SPONGE BATHTUBS
OVAL AND ROUND iVIRE DISH COVERS
CHINESE HOTEL GONGS.
April 13 g
SHOES & BOOTS.
KE8PECTFULLY INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND
th-- -ommuniry that he bas opened a -branch of
business ui the building corner of King and Market
streets, known as Adger's Rig Store, where he bas on
hand a large assortment of LADIES', MISSES' AND
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AND BOOTS st reduced
ASA LCHILD Sc CO.,
GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES AND CLOTHING,
SAILORS' OUTFITTING. HAT8. 0AP8, &0.
Agents for Allen's and Wheelock's Pistols,
No. l J J East Bij, near foot of Broad-street
A CHILDS.>;, O. PARKER.
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