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The Daily JNTews.
THURSDAY MONNING, JUNE 14, 18GG.
The Clinileston Cotton Murk et.
Tboro was a good demand for Cotton yosterday, and
In somo cases an improvement of ono cout por lb. in
prloo was obtained over the raten uf tho previous day.
8*106 near 8Cfl balen. Wo quote :
Good Ordinary.32 <?)
Low Middling.83 ?34
Btriot Middling.38 @
AUGUSTA, Jnno 12 -COTTON-There is considerable
inquiry for good cottons. Tho sale i.oticed in our woek
ly review le ai? isolated ono, and will not serve as a cri
terion. The market Is stiffening. Wo hear of n salo at
34 cents, strict middling. BoidorB aro not willing to
- coll without an advance, based ou the late encouraging
foroign nowa. ,
Goi_>- u tho ni oro 1 it; gold WOB dull at 135, but the
nowB from New York reporting a rise, caused brokers to
ABk this evening 141.
8KOUB1TIEB ore dull. Georgia Kailroad stock ?.'lill at
MORILE, Juno 8.-COTTON-Tho market has boon
light, and trou-^ctlons of tho day niado ou iNorthorn
account. 260 bales chonged hands, at prices almost
nominal. Tho market closing Arm at 33 to 31c for mid
Salea for tho week 1770 bales, mostly for Northoru
MONETARY AND FINANCIAL-There has been but liltlo
done In gold or domestic exchange. Tho former open
ed at 142, but under ad vices of a declino iu Now Vork to
day, prices gave way, and closed at 110
Largo transactions bavo boon made in sterling to inoet
balami a on tho oilier eldo, bat nothing for new en
gagements. The closiug rates were 147 for Al bills.
New York sight has ruled with only a fair amount of
business, at ,'i to % preiuium.
New Orleans sight pa,. One of the banks put up rates
to % premium, but wo beard of no transactions at tbte
New Orleans Market.
NEW OI.LEANS, June 8 -COITON.-Wo hove again
io not co a pretty fair demand, and although tho move
ment was checked by the high pretensions of factors, for
.even running lists of the better qualities, and OIBO by
tho assortment, affording but little scope to buyers, yot
the salea to-day eummed up2100 ?ales, upwards of 600
of which changed hands at about the oloso. Eleven
brokera participate i in the business, and while prices
?bowed some irregularity, yet on tho whole the advan
tage was sill more on tho side of the factors, and tbo
market may be reported as baring entirely rccovored
from the falling off ince lost Friday evenirg, when wo
quoted ordinary at 27 to 29c, good ordinary at 31 to 32o,
low mlddUng at 34 to 86o. and middling at 38c to 99c. In
fact. It was dllucnli to buy oven mlxod lists at the in
aliloflgnroB for low middling, unless on the loosor clas
sification that pervaaed before the war. The 6ales for
tbo three days sum np 6100 bales, making a total for the
week of 6600 bales, against 8?00 last week.
The recoiptH proper for the week (excluding tho arri
vals from Mobile, Florida, and Texas, which aro embra
ced to their respective statements) comprise 6258 bslos,
against 4612 last week, showing on increase of 640 bales.
The week's receipts embrace 21,724 bales, 14,811 of
?which were to foroign ports, and 6913 coastwise.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on band 1st Sept., 1866.balee-83,239
Received to-day".. 1,616
Oloarod to-day. none
Stock on hand.124,062
SoOiUt AND MOLASSES -There has not betn any re
ceipts from tho coast since yesterday. There Is a very
little Louisiana bugar or Molasaos on band, but tho
stock of the production of Oeba Is liberal. There was a
'better feeling in the market to-day, and the eupp'iesaro
more firmly held. The asles comprise 66 hhds Sugsr,
of which 31 hhds seconds at 16>ic, and 14 choice yellow
clarified at 16??c por lb. Of Molasses, 65 bbls and 100
hhds Ouoasold at 60c, and 100 bbts Louisiana refinery
on private terms. A full prico was refused for a large
lot of Louisiana Molasses. Tho market has shown very
little animation during the cast woek, and until to day
there were no eales of Molasses, and only 126 hhds
Sugar at 12c for common Louisiana; lU'ic for fair do;
14>_c for good fair do; lC>?c for yellow clarified, and ICo
per lb for white do. Week's receipts 103 hhds Sugar,
no Molasses; cleared, 20 hhds Sugar, 164 bbla Molasses.
The foreign imports comprise 2017 boxes, 341 IIIUIB
Sugar, 473 hhds G1 tes Molestes.
FREIGHTS-Coastwise are quiet; foreign aro very dub
The rates are Ho t* th for cotton, and 60c $* bbl for
flour by Ball for New York; y,c for cotton and 66c for
flour for Boston; 1 to l>4'o for cotton and $1 %., bbl for
flour by steam for Kew York, and % to lo for Boston.
We quote nominal ly ??d ft lb for cotton by sall and }_d
.by steam for Liverpool, and le for Havre.
MEMPHIS. June 10.-COTTON-The markot yes
terday showed no Improvement in the demand
There was some inquiry on tbo basis of 32c
for Middling, but this was below the views of
.holders, who showed no disposition te give way to
buyers. The market, consequently, was dull. Holders
wero asking 33@34o for Middling, and seemed confident
?of another advanco, owing to the email stock in the
?country and condition of the crops. We .learned of
sales of Middling at 8J?33o, and some few bales of
Bright Middling at 34c. Tho market olosed unsettled at
the following quotations:
-Good Ordinary.;.29 @30
Low Middling.81 @32
Strict Middling.35 @
?Good Middling.36 @
WILMINGTON, June 13.-TUBPXNTINK-Sales of 227
-bbls, at 98 60 tor virgin, %1 15 for yellow dip, and
91 67 >i for hard, per ?-80 lbs.
SPIUITS TURPENTINE-Sales of 63 bbls at 53c, 49 do at
ile, 60 do at 56o, and 60 do at 66c per gallon for white
in country and N. Y. bbls.
ROSIN- Hales of 241 bbls at $5 60, $6 to $0 60 for No
1, $7 for pale, and $3 to $4 50 for opaque, per 280 lbs;
10 do red No 1 at $4 60; and 80 bbls No 2 at 92 60 to
92 76 per bbl.
COTTON-No salea reported.
HAT-200 balea Northern changed hands from wharf I
at 91 per 100 lba, in lots.
TIMDEII-Two rafts sold at $5 and 914 per M, as in
BALTIMORE, June 9.- COFFEE.- Some inquiry, but
no sales report* ?1. Gold quotations nominally nu
IALOUB.-Goo'i spring wheat Soper and Extra fresh
f round scarce, and prlcea steady at 92 75 for 8uper and
11? til 50 for Extra, as to quality and brand. We
report sales of 300 bbls City at $n@$n Uli. Other
descriptions are in limited demand and prices generally
nnchonged. We quote as follows:
Howard street Super and cut Extra.10.25 @ 10.60
Howard atreet Extra Shipping.11.60? 12.60
Howard street do. rete'bng.13.00 @ 18.50
Howard street Family.14.60 @ 16.60
-Ohio Super and Out Extra.10.00@ 10.25
?Ohio Shipping Extra.10.60 @ 11.50
Ohio Re tal Hug.12.60 @ 18.60
Ohio Family.15.00? 16.60
Northwestern Super. 0.60? 9.76
Northwestern Extra.10.76 @ 11.60
?City Mills Super. 9.60? 9.75
.City Mills Shipping brands.14.00? 14.60
-.City Mills Standard Extra.11.25? 11.75
Baltimore, Weloh's A Greenfield Family.. .17.60 ? 00.00
Baltimore high grade Extra retailing.16.50? 00.00
Bye Flour, new.6.26? 6.60
.Corn Meal-follow and White._4.60 ? 4.76
OIIAIN.-Itecolpta of Wheat to-day 876 bushels South
ern, and sold, vis: 360 bushels at 93 06, 300do at 98 10,
.and 216 bushels at 9312; no white offered; nothing re
ported in Spring Wheat for several days. Corn was
again in very limited receipt, only 2350 bushels white
and 100 bushels yellow; the white all brought $1, with
the exception of a lit of 114 bushels common, which
sold at 05c; yellow waa steady at 00c. 'Oats-4000 bush
els offered, with sales of Western at 70c, and Pennsyl
vania 73c, as to weight.
Bouwut?.-We roport sales to-day of 373 puncheons
English Island, for boiling, on private terms; 40 do do
at 70o vp gallon.
PnovisiONS-Am quiet but firm. Wo report sales of
20 hhds Bacon Sides In one lot st l8?;c; 40 do. In Job
* bing lots, ni l8 vic; 30 do Shouldors, In lots, at 15>ic;
35,000 lbs clear Bulk Sides, loose, at 18*?o; 25 tes West
ern Lard at 22>?c; 60 do Butchers' at 21,'io; j00 bbls
Mess Pork at 991 75 v bbl.
Rio?.-Bangoon from second hands held at 10 to 10>?
cents-none iu first; Carolina in moderate receipt, and
. quoted B4 12 to viy, cents por lb.
BAT.T. Liverpool Ground ?Alum, from storo, is selling
.t 91 85 to 91 00 per sack. Marshall and Worthington'?
fine 98 25; other brands less known 98 to 98 20. aa to
quality, per sack. Turk's Island 68 to 60c per bushel for
lots from store. Liverpool rook 982 to 936 per ton.
BEEDB.-Clovor; Is held nominally is at 98 to 96 60.
Flax-Boat country lots taken by crushers nt 99 ptr
STSUP.-We quote Baltimore Golden steady at 00 eta
SnoAB.-Market? to-day was exceedingly quiet. The
demand in gold checks buyers. Prices are nominal aa
REFINED SUUABB-Aro lu moderato request and prices
WUIBKET.-Very littlo Inquiry today, and wo bavo
ouly to report jobbing lots Western at $2 32 per gallon.
I*??-tv York Market.
Tho Now York Journal of Commerce of Monday, tho
11th iuBt., Baye : Tho market generally is duU in the
various departments, with no important ohange in
value of n est descriptions of merchandise. The sup
ply of surplus capital la lu oxcoss of the proiont wanta
of borrowers, and call loans aro chiefly made on accept
able securities at C '?B c. First class business paper at
snort doto ia roadily placod at 6}i_\l ?Jl c. per annum
Gold oponed this morning at I 39>?, touched 139>?,
and advanced to HO, closing at 139??.
Silver moves slowly at 6@0 coots bolcw the prlco of
'J ho exports of specie from this port to-day, to Eu
rope, amouut to ovor two million dollars, of which the
steamship Citv of London took out $34'.),36?, tho Teu
ton!? took $372,043, and tbo Fulton took $741,300.
Tho steamer Propontis, from Philadelphia, took out
Foreign Exchange le firm. Leading bankers ask 110
for CO days sterling billa, and 111 a for short sight do.
Wo quote: Bills at GO days on Loudon, 108>i to 109J<
for commercial; 109J?? to 110 for bankers'; do at abort
sight, 111 a to lilli; Paris at 00 days, 6.1$ to 6.10;
do at short sight, 6.07% to 6.06.li ; Antwerp, G.1G'? to
GIO; Hwiss, 6.12>,' to 6.10; Hamburg, 3BX to 37>i ; Am
sterdam, 42 to i 1l,' ; Frankfort, 43 to 43>i ; Bremen, 79>i
to 80; Prussian thalers 74 to Iii..
Stocks wero steady at the early session of tbo open
board ; at tho regular board tbo markot lacked anima
tion and prices wero uneven; a portion of the railway
shares improved, while others showed a declino off from
the quotations of yesterday. Governments were firm.
NEW YORK, June 9-P. M.-COFFEE-Continues in
activo and heavy. Java at 26c to 20c; Native Ceylon at
2lo to 23c; Maraca!bo at 18c to 21c; Laguayra at 18c to
20c; Rio at 16c to 20c, and St Domingo at 17>io to \ty_a,
cash, In gold, per lb.
COTTON-Has boon in fair demand about previous
prlcoB. Middlings have been quoted at from 38 to Sue,
chit-fly within the range, per lb. Sales since our last,
.1100 bales, against receipts of 812 bales. The week's
receipts at this port have been 11,173 bales; sales and
resales, 12,260 bales; export olearauces (since Tuosday
last) 324 hales; estimated stock at the close, 100,000
bales. Messrs Cornwall and Zerega notice the week's
business thus :
"Wo have to report for tbo week a quiet market at
uniform prices. The demand has been largely from
splnnors, but many lots have beon bought as Invest
ments by parties who believe our next Cotton crop will
not bo largo enough to supply the demand for American
Cottons, and that priced must have advanced, without
reforonco to the Liverpool market or the fluctuations of
gold. Tho reports from the South regarding the pros
pects and condition of the growlcg Cotton crop are very
contradictory, bnt most of tho ovidonco is unfavorable,
tho general complaint being of cold and wet weather,
unfavorable for the growth of the crop. We now hear
fewor complaints of poor seed, or of the freedmen not
working. Although it is yet too early to f rm any opin
ion at all satisfactory as to the probable amount of the
next crop, the general opinion that the supply is to bo
email keopa prices steady, oven in the face of unfavora
ble foreign advices, and the fact that our market la now
fully eight cents above tbe Livorpool markot. The Cot
ton Goods market remains quiet, with prices unchanged.
Receipts at all ports for tho week ending June 1,16,600
bales; receipts at aR ports since tbe close of the war,
MOVfcSaKNTS IB COTTON AT THIS POUT.
Receipts thus far this week. 11,173
Recoipts since June 1, 1866. It,680
Receipts since Jan. 1, 1866. 346,268
Receipts 6lace Sept. 1, 1806. 776,068
Exports since Sept 1, 186S.461,606
Fix)?B AND MEAL.-State and Western Flour baa boen
duli and heavy to-day at a further partial reduction of
10c to 20c per bbL Sales since our last, C600 bbls. In
cluding common to choice superfine State and West
ern at $6 90 to $8 10; very poor to choice Extra 8Ute at
?7 76 to $9 76, chiefly at $8 80 to $8 60; round-hoop Extra
Ohio, poor to good snipping brands at $8 86 to $9 86 per
bbl. We now quote:
Superflue State and Western.$6.30?$ 8.10
Extra SUte.7.76? 9.76
Extra Dlinois, Indiana, Michigan, io.7.96? 13 76
Extra Ohio, round-hoop, ahipp'g brands.. 8.85? 9 85
Extra Ohio, trade and family brands. 9.00? 14-26
Extra Genosoe. 9.80? 14.25
Oom mon to choice extra Missouri.11.70? 17.25
Southern Flour is inactive and drooping. Salea since our
last 400 bbls, in lota, at HO 60 to 11 76for poor to good,
and $11 8u to 17 23 for good to very oholce extra brands,
per bbL Canadian Flour is lower. Sales 300 bbla. Extra at
$8 90 to 14 por bbl. Rye Flour ia inactive, including
Superflue at $6 25 to 7 per bbl. Corn meal is very qnlet
at $4 26 for Western, $4 35 to 4 45 for Jersey, $4 fio for
Marsh's Caloric, and $4 60 to 4 75 for Brandywlne, per
GHAIN.- Wheat baa been in moderate demand at full
rates for choice lots, but lower prices for other kinds.
Sales sliico our last 81,000 bushels. Including Amber
Michigan at (2 44 to 3 47 >i; Inferior to very choice
Milwaukee Club at $1 92 to i 25, and Chicago Spring at
$1 72 per i usbol. Corn bas been freely offered and pur
chased at a shade lower prices. Sales have been re
ported, since our last, of 165,000 bushels at 72o to 79o
for unsound, and 80o to 8iac for sound new mixed
Western, and 95c for Yellow Western, per bushel. New
Oats are in limited demand, at lower prices. We quote
new Western at 52c to 56 }?c per bushel; sales 2i,0OU
bushels. 2000 bushels State Bye brought $1 22 per
bushel. Nothing new In Barley or Malt.
HAT.-North River bale is in fair demand at 60c to
90c for poor to choice, per 100 lbs.
HOPS-Continue in demand and steady, including
last year's crop, at 15c to 65c, and two years' old at 8o
to 30c per lb.
MOLASSES-Continues in fair demand, inolnding Por
to Rico at 66@80o; Cuba at 45?06c *?B gallon.
N ?VAL STOUTS-Continue inactive, including Splri H
of Turpentine at 92@95o 9 gallon; Crude do at $6 60?
6 02H ; Resin at $3?10 9 280 lbs; Tar at $2 37%@3 f*
OILS-Have been in very moderato request, including
Crude Whale at $1 30@1 40; Bleached Whale at $145;
Crude Sperm at $2 50: Unbleached do at$2 70@2 8O;
Lard Oil at $1 90 @2; Red Oil at 85@90o; Linseed Oil at
$1 56@1 68 %*? gallon.
PETBOLEUM-Has been quiet and heavy at 26@26>?o
for Crudo, 4i@4i>,'c for Beflno?, in bond, and 66?5?
for do, free, f) gallon.
PnovrsioNH.-Pork baa beon more active, without any
remarkable fluctuations in prices. Sales Blnce our last,
8800 bbls, in lots, at 30 66 to <|S0 76 for new Mess, clos
ing at $80 62y_ caBh; 29 26 to $29 60 for one year old
Mess; 27 25 to $27 60 for new Primo Mess; 29 26 to
$29 60 for Thin Mess; 24 25 to $24 60 for new Prime,
per bbl. Sales were also made of 4850 bbls new Mess at
$30 76, for June delivery, sellers' option; $31 for July
and August dolivery, sellers' option; 31 25 to $31 SO
July and August delivery, buyers', per bbl. Out Meats
are In moderate request, at 12.'? to 13>io for Shoulders,
and 17 to 18>?o for Hams; sales 260 pkgB. Bacon con
tinues quiet at 16.VC to \oiio for short-ribbed, and I?,3,'
to I6>;c for Cumberland cut, per lb. lard la dull and
heavy ; sales since our last G60 tes and bbls at 19 to 22> ? c,
and small lots at 22 >?c per lb. Beef is quiet at 16 to
$20 50 for new Plain Mess, and 21 to $24 60 for new
extra do; sales have been reported of 480 bbls. Tiorce
Beef is hi soino demand, but le unsettled. Beef Hams
aro inactive and heavy at 45 to $46 per bbl. Butter is
dull at 28 to 40c for State and 20 to 23o for Western.
Cheese continues dull and heavy at 8 to I9>?c.
HEINS-The demand for Deer is fair, but eales are re
stricted by tbe small stock of some descriptions and the
extreme prices demanded for others. Quotations are,
ina great measure, nominaL Honduras, 62>?o to 65o;
Ban Juan, 650 to bli',o; BoRvar, 4J>ic to 4.r>c; Sisal, 67Xc
to 60c; Vera Crus, 62%0 to 65c; Ohagres, 00c to 62 >,e;
Porto Cabello, 50o; Para, 60o, gold, per lb. Goat con
tinuo in active request, especially Mexican, of whioh the
supply is very light and prospective receipts small. We
note sales of 160 bales Tamploo, from first hands, at 69c;
also 30 bales do from second bands, 01 bales Buenos
Ayres, 67 bales Cape, and 4 bales Porto Cabello, on pri
vate terms. We quote : Tampico, 67>?o to 60c; Mata
moras, 65c; Vera Cruz, 65o; Buenos Ayres, 40o to Wie;
Pay ta, 40o to 42^0, gold, per lb; Cape, 46o to 60o; Mad
ras, 66c to 600 each.
STJQABB are in less demand and heavy. Sales slnco
our last, 370 hhds Cuba, ?ko., at from ion to 12>io per
lb. Reflnsd sugars are in less request at 14>? to 17c per
BTKABINK-Solos 81,000 pounds, at 21 to 22?? cents per
TALLOW-gales 114.000 lbs af li ?; to 12c, chiefly at
ll?ic; and 30,000 lbs grease at 10 to 13o per lb.
WHISKEY is quite dall and un settled in price.
FBEIOBTB bavo been very quiet to-day, with 687 ves
sels of all classes In port. A bark was obartered to take
corn at 4s Gd for a direct port, or 6s per quarter for Cork
Foreign Financial and Commercial,
Tho Ooniolldated Bank of London had closed.
(}1 he Times ssys: "Frankfort advices mention that,
while all othor stocks are dull, American bonds aro ?till
well ?upported, as there are outstanding accounts to bo
closed by speculators, while the publlo continue to In
vest. These purchases, however, are, to a great extent,
balanced by sales pressed on Berlin account, where tho
lamontable state of business compel? realizations.
Money in the Frankfort stock market is very easy, and
considerably below bank rates. Tbe foreign exchanges
are unpreoedentedly low. BU'a on London are in abund
ance, as they come for remlttancos against bonds sold
at New York and for May dividends. The regular sale
for such bill? to tho trade for nnnufacturcd goods and
produce being now very reatrioted."
The Times' city article of Tuesday, May 29tb, says:
"The closing of the Consolidated Bank entirely checked
the general recovery that Toad seemod certain, and the
regret occasioned has been especially severe, from the
fsot of the disaster having been Incurred by one of the
most extraordinary errors ever committed by men of
buslnesi intrust- with the property of othor?."
Consols dosed at, 837? to 8%.
Illinois Central and Erle paid np shares further im
provod 1>?: do 6 por cent bonds decliiiod 1>?; Atlantic
and Great Western consolidated bonds 8. Dultod State!
live-twenties rolapaod >?.
Tho Times' City Articlo, of Wodnesday, May 30th,
Tho English funds wero fir ni. Consols closed at 87','
The hopo of war boing avoided is only among the
French rentes, 64f 65o. Fivo-twontios recovered, tljf?
Virginia sixes, Illinois Central ?hares, and Erlo paid up
abaros advanced respectively 1, 1, 3.
LONDON MONET MABKRT.-Tho principal feature in
tbo financial world was the annoancomont by the di
rectors of the Consolidated Bank, of London, on the
morning of tho 28th of May, lhat they had resolved to
close tholr doors. This bank recently undertook cor tal n
liabilities of the suspended Bank of Londi n, but as tbo
arrangement proved unsatisfactory, and lod to difficul
ties, it wss found nceossary to adopt the stop taken.
The directors, in their notice of suspension, say that
"apart from the arrangement with the Bank of London,
tho Con solida tod Bank was financially so strong that no
difficulty would have been exporienoed in conducting
ita operations, and the directors havo now In tholr hands
tho wholo of the assets of this bank in an almost Imme
diately available form."
The action of tho Consolidated Bank lavery generally
denounced, and it had tho effoot of checking the im
provement which had apparently sot to on tho 26th in
On the 29ih the nowa of the heavy gold shipments
from Row York on the 19th waa received, and had a
good effect. .
Consols wero quoted at 87%; U. S. flve-twonttes
The Brasil malls reachod Lisbon on the 27th May,
whence the following had boon telegraphed:
Rio JANEIBO, May 8.-Coffee 8,1200 to 911000 for good
fir?? M| shipments slnco last mall ?0,900 baga. Including
13,000 for tho Cnltod States; stock 10,000. Exchange
21?i to 26.
BABIA, May 13.-Exchange on London 27 to ,'?i. Su
gar, white, 211600 to 211700; brown 111100 to 111700.
PKBNAMUUGO, May 16.-Exchange 27>_ to 27??. Sugar
311600 to 3IIU00; brown 111500 to 111700.
LIVKBPOOL, May 31.-COTTON-Sales of four days 65,
000 bales; market buoyant and 1 to l,S'd higher for
American : speculators and exportoro took 20,000 hales.
Middling uplands is quoted about 13>?d.
STATS OF TBADE-Manchester market is Armor.
BBEAUBTUFFS dull but steady. Btohardaon, Spence ?fe
Co. and Bigland, A thy a k Co., report: Flour ?lull but
steady. Wheat Inactive; Western red 10B 3d to 10a Ed.
Corn dull; mixed 80s to 80s 8d.
PBOVISIONS-Dull but steady. The same authorities
report: Boef ?uni and unchanged. Fork inactive.
Bacon heavy. Lard qutot and steady. Tallow firmer.
PnonocE.-Ashes, email sales at 30s for Pots. Sugar
quiet and steady. Coffee Inactive. Rice quiet and
steady. Koala quiet Spirits Turpentine quiet and
ateady. Petroleum Inactive; refined ia Is Id?in.
LONDON Manum).-Flour quiet but steady. Wheat
dull aud la lower. Sugar firmer. Coffee tending down
? ?rd. Tea eaaler. Rice quiet. Tallow firmer; sales at
MONET?VBY.-Satterthwalte's circular, dated Wednes
day evening, says: Since our last we note an improve
ment in 6.20's of 2 ? cent, the laat quotations boing
66,*-i@67. minois and Erle are also U?3 ft c higher,
closing at 78,*-i@78}? for the former, and 45J?@46,*i for
Consols wore quoted on Thursday at 37 "*.' to 3S,7? for
money. U. 8. five-twenties 66>i to 67. Erie shares
46Jf to 46, and Illinois Centrals 78>i te 78.V
LIVERPOOL, May 31.-Tho weathor la cold, with rain.
Flour-Sales comparatively few. Wheat-Demand un
important; American red 19s 3d to 19s 9d per 100 lbs.
Corn participated to tho general inactivity; white, per
430 lbs 81s Od to 81s 6d; mixed 80s to 30s 3d; yellow 3ts
6d to 30s Od. Ashes, about 200 lbs sold during tho week
at 30s to 30s Cd for pots, and 39a to 40a for pearls. The
market closed dull at these rates. Sugar-Qood Inquiry.
Coffee and Molasses- no saleB.
LATEST VIA LONDONDERBY.
LrvZBPOon, June 1.-COTTON.-The Brokera' Circular
reports the sales of the week at 86,000 balee, including
12,600 to speoulatora and 0600 to exportera. Tho mar
ket has been buoyant, and prices are Id to l?_d higher
for American, and Hd to Id higher for other descrip
tions. The authorized quotations are:
Middling Orleans.IA d
Fair Uplandu.16 Jid
The sales to-day (Friday) are estimated at 10,000 baleB,
Including 2000 to speculators and exportera-the market
closing firm at the advance. Tho stock in port Is esti
mated at 976,000 balee, of which 400,000 are Ameri
STATE OF TRADE.-The Manchester market la quiet,
and the improvement of Tuesday is fairly maintained.
BnEAnSTUPFS-Are dull and prices eaaler. Provisions
dub and prices unchanged.
LOUDON, June I.-Consols closed at 87 = ,' to 87,*?. U.
S. Five-twontiea, 66>i to C6??; Erie shares, 16>i to 46)?;
Illinois Centrals. 78 to 79. The bullion In the Bank has
In croas ed ?21,000.
i ensign???, par Souci? Carolina Railroad,
197 bales Cotton, 11 balea Tarn, 19 bbls Rosin, 72baga
Rough Rice, 6 cars Lumber, Furnitnre, and Sundrica.
To H L Jeffers ?fe Co, A Getty k Oo, Adams, Frost k Co,
E H Rodgers A Co, W B Williams, E J Wies ?fe Go, W
Robonatein, Gibbos k Co, Thorsten <fe Holmes. J fl E
Sloan, C N Averlll k Son, H Cobla ?fe Co, G W Williams
k Co, Mrs Jane Leitch, Willis k Chlsolm, Eanapaux k
Lalue, R McElror, E Stenhouse, J G Mllnor fe Co, H M
Harrison. M 'tracey, W W Smith, FBorsoy, E Edwards.
W T Rurge k Co, King ?fe Cassldoy, T L k J B Biosell, O
M Smith, Mrs R Lockwood, T Thous, P Fogarty ?fe Co,
D D Utsey, Wm Leb by, T Stenhouse k Oo, W M Rird k
Oo, Wharton k Petsch.
Per steamship Sarsgossa, from New York-Mrs Gill
and 2 children, Mrs Chlpponfleld, Miss McQyro, E Jon
nings, G Pierce, H S Hawley, P G Clemson, A Leng
nlck, J Cantwell, T B Trout, r O Clark, and others.
PHASES OF TUB MOON.
Last Q. 6th, lb. 63m. morniFlrat Q. 19th, Gh. 25m. even
New M. 12th, 4Q. 47m. even FuB M. 27th,10h. 16m. even
S..62 | 6..28
PORT OF CHARLKSTON.
Arrived Yesterday. [JUNE 13
Steamship Saragossa, CroweU, Now York-left Sat
urday, 9th tent, Mdae. To Ravenel ?fe Co, Adame'
Express Co, C D Ahrens ?fe Oo. O N Averlll ?fe Son. Aus
tin, Andrus k Co, J apple. Adams, Damon k Co, J O
Armstrong ?fe Co, G W Ali?ar, T M RrlstoB, J O Borok
meyer, Bergmann & Co, E Bates k Co, E F Benedict,
Bogert, Denny k Co. Bart k Wirtb, Bollmann Bros, G
W Clark k Co, Bonnell ?fe Drummond, L Chap?n k Oo,
T M Cater, W H Chofee, Cameron, Barkley A Co, Cart
mill k Buger, J W Cannait, W S Coates, E Daly, J B
Duval k Son, Douglass _ Miller, J & F Dawson, J Daw
son, W H Easterby, D F Floming, Fraser ?fe Dill, B Fold
man, C D Franke, J Flaum, Fogariles Ai Stillman, B
Foloy, Graeser ?fe Smith, Groen, Trapmann ?fe Co. H
Ger?te & Co, G A Glovor, Howe, Doucln ?fe Co, J Hur
kemp ?fe Co, Hugor k Hasell, W B Horiott, N A Hunt,
Hunt Bros, Hart k Co, A Illlug, Jennings, Thomlinson
<fe Co, Killick, Wlckonborg ?fe Co, King ?fe Cassldey, T
Kelly, F Kresol J P Keep. Mrs Kennedy, L F Rooster,
Lauroy k Aleiandor, L Lorentz, G H Llnetedt, Cant J E
Lowie, 8 R Marshall, J G Moffett, T Murphy, Milligan,
Melchor* fi Co, Macullar, Williams ?fe Parker, Mullor k
Nimitz, Macoy, Herwig tfe Vidal, MoLoy ?fe Rice, F O
Mey, J A Morgan, H A MoLeod, Miller ?fe Stone, No
land k Co, Nathan k Ottolongul, National Expresa Co,
North, Steel k Wardell, D O'Neill ?fe Son, G A Nouffer. G
A Nouffer, J C Ogermann, O W Pond, W F Paddon, E T
Palno, Plantors Rotel, G Pearse, 0 F Pauknin, A Palmer,
H T Peake, J A Quackonbusb, J Bussell Rev Dr Smyth,
Ranneker k Glover, J N Robson, J Small ?fe Co, Street
Bros k Co, M B.ckle, W B Smith ?fe Co, L Schnell ?fe Co,
G W Steffens & Co, W P Hall, E Semoke, J B E Sloan, D
H Silcox, Southern Expross Co, H Slegllug, 0 Stockley,
H toll, Webb k Co, J Shaw, J S Sohirmer, Strauss, Vsncos
k Co, O H Town, A Tobias' Sons, T Tupper k 8?>ns, J B
Tognl, Col O W Thomas, Taft ?fe Howland, P Thomas,
Ufferhardt ?fe Campsen, 0 Voigt, J Vanwlnklo, G W Wil
liams ife Go. G H Walter ?fe Son, Wagonor, Beath ?fe Mon
seo?, J Wallack, Watson ?fe Byerson, B R White, Werner
k Duckor, J Walker, Agent, and Order.
Behr A F Klndborg, Thomas, New York, 13 days.
Mdze. To W Roach, Jennings, Thomlinson ?fe Co, E H
Rodgers k Co, H Klatte ?fe Co, J B E Sloan, J O Woods,
W G Whllden & Co, J T Wolsman, Austin, A minis k Co,
F Bernbardy, Bonnell ?fe Drummond, A P Caldwell, J F
Picken, R W Gale <fe Co, Hunt Rros, Mullor k Nlmttz, A
Mcconkey, O F Pankuln, J W Cannait, P H Kogler, W
Mancher, D H Silcox, G W Steffons ?fe Co, J Wiley, R D
Whlto, Werner ?fe Ducker, O N Averlll, BoUmann Bros,
Cameron, Barkley ?fe Co, J ?fe F Dawson, Ferguson ?fe
Holmes, W Gurnoy, G H Hoppock, W Moran, J B Mor
gan, D Pani ?fe Oo, 0 R Hohnes, J King <fe Co, Raoul ?fe
Lynah, 3 Shankaky, Stenhouse k Co, Chlsolm Rros, H
Bischoff ?fe Co, King ?fe Osssldey, S O R R Co, Cohen,
Hanokel k Co, W H Easterby, Graooor fe Smith, M Gan
non, J Uiirkamp & Co, R McElvoy. Olnoy k Co, Horl
A bark, said to botho Ur bark Rockwood, fr.un Liver
Went to Sea V estcr.luy. [JUNE 13
Bark Holen Rands, OHB. Liverpool.
Br brig Wlckopee, Leland. Liverpool.
Behr Oakes Ames, Edmunds, Wilmington, N 0.
Gchr D 8 Williams (J ma ?toil), Lotta, Moorehcad City
Kniiii tilla Port.
Steamship Cumberland, Reed, Baltimore, junu 9.
Steamship Gen Ouster, Harris, Baltimore, Juuo 9, via
Moorehead City, N 0.
Steamship Flambeau. Walker, New York, Juno 10.
Sehr Mary, Kirby, Philadelphia, June 9.
Sohr Dan Smith, Garwood, Nowport, R I, Juno 8, fo
Up for this Fort.
Behr Lizzie White, Lockwood, at Now York, Juno 9.
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr United, Anderson, at New York, Juno 9.
Tho sehr Ocean Belle, Emory, from Bath, Me, for this
port, was at Holmes' Uolo, June 7.
CLOSING OUT SALE
LONDON WATCH CO.
WING TO THE FAILURE AND SUDDEN CLOS
ING of tho works and business of tho
LONDON WATCH COMPANY/,
A large number of Ano WATOHE9, manufactured capo
dally for tho United States, bolng hoavv, first-class time
keepers, lntendod to stand hard usago and sudden
changes of temporaturo, aro loft in our banda for i inme
diato salo. Aa agents of the Company, wo are obliged
to dispose of this stock for cash In tho Hhortest possible
time. Wo have, therof? ro, decldod on the plan annexe. 1
a? tho one that wiU oe productivo of the desired result.
This plan glvos ovory ono an opportunity of obtaining
first-class tlmo-koepers at a price that all eau command.
As every certificate represents a Watch, thoro aro no
blanks, and evory one wno invests In this salo MUST got
a .- atcb "t halt the retail price at Io ist, and if at all
fortunato, o. o to wear with prldo through lif .
Remittances may be made at our risk in register rd
lotters or by express, or postofllce orders and drafts
payable to our order, aud wo guaranteo ? oafo roturo.
Phis INSURES safe delivery and sure return to every
We warrant overy Watch as roproaonto?', and satisfac
tion is guaranteed In every Instance. Knowing the
worth of tho stook, wo can glvo a warrantoe to ovory
purchaser. The price has been placed at the very low
figure in order to insure immediate salo, and all who
doslre to Improve tho opportunity should make early
HAKT, GIBSON & CO.,
No. 205 Broadway ? New York,
AGENTS FOB THE LO>DON WATCH CO.
Tho following- Splendid List of
PINE WATCHES AND CHAINS,
TO BE SOLD FOR
TEN DOLLARS EACH !
127 Gold hunting cased Chronometers, from $175 to $460
163 Qold limiting cased English Patent Lo
vera . 160 to 325
Iii Gold hunting-cased Duplex. 100 to 300
176 Gold hunting-cased Patent Levers. 76 to 276
232 Gold hunting-cased Levers. 60 to 276
'240 Gold hu ntl g-caaed Leplnes. 60 to 200
169 Gold magic-cased Levers. 90 to 276
336 heavy gold-cased Patent Levers. 76 to 226
208 heavy gold-cased Levers. 70 to 175
120 Ladies* gold hnntlog-caaed Levers. 46 to 225
272 Ladies' gold enamelled Hunting-cased
Levers. 66 to 250
135 Ladies' gold enamelled magic cased Lo
vers. 60 to 275
285 Ladies' gold-cased engraved Levers_ 45 to 175
2^3 Ladies' pold-cased engraved Leplnes... 40 to 176
380 heavy solid silvor-casod Duplex. 35 to 126
735 heavy so'ld silver-cased Patent Levers.. 30 to 125
500 heavy solid ollvor.oo?od Levers. 26 to 100
o 78 heavy solid aUver-cased Leplnes. 20 to 90
203 Ladlee* solid-cased Lovers. M to 00
224 Ladles'solid.cased Leplnos. 20 to C5
600 solid gold Guard and Vest Chains. 16 to 160
350 solid gold Leantine and Chatelainoa_ 16 to 125
mr AM <ho above list of Watches wlR be sold for TEN
Certificates representing each and overy Watch in the
above list aro placed lrv similar envelopes and sealed.
Any person obtaining a certificate, to bo had at onr
office, or sent by mall to any address, can have the arti
cle called for on the return of the certificate with Ten
We charge for for wandi ug certificates 60 cents ?ach.
Five will be sent for $2 and fifteen for $6.
The oertlflcatea must in aU cases be returned with and
accompany the money when goods are ordered.
All orden promptly filled and forwarded by return
mall or express. Ad drei a
HART. GIBSON & CO.,
No. 205 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
Jnne 11 Smo
No. 398 King-street.
IIBERAL AND POPULAR METHOD TO INSURE
J tbo rapid salo of NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS,
Including Works of Fiction; also, Prayer Rooks, Bibles,
Hymn Books, Backgammon Boards. Writing Doaks,
P holograph Albums, Portfolios, Card Plotures, Ac. All
our books are lu new and substantial bindings, carefully
tolocted from the lists of the most cminont publishers,
and sold at their list prices. $26.00 worth of Gifts dis
tribute?! with evory $100 00 worth of Goods. Gifts
varying in value from 25c. to $16.00, given with each
We wish it distinctly understood that we have none
of the Brass Jewelry-our Gifts aro useful articles.
*Ibo finest assortment of Photographs ever exhibited
in this city will bo found here.
The "Circulating Library," so well known to the citt.
eena of this city, has received a large addition of new
Books, by the most popular authors.
Initials stamped on Note Paper and Envelopes with
out extra oharge.
The public are respectfully solicited to give us a trial,
and satisfy themselves. Uno_May 19
HANAHAN & WARLEY,
FACTORS? COMMISSION HERCBANTS,
Boyce & Co.'s Wharf, i
H. D. RANAHAN.FELIX WAMJCY.
HAVING ESTABLISHED A BRANCH OF OUR
HOUSE IN CHARLESTON, would respeotfnlly
BO Holt tho patronagn of our friends.
Wo continue our house in Colombia, whore our Mr.
HANAHAN will attend to any business for onr Charles
ton Monds._lmo_June 9
JOS. H, RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES, ETC.,
No. 110 EAST BAY,
CORNER OF ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
KENTUCKY STATE L0TTEEY.
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
Tickets from Si to S90.
CIRCULARS SENT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDER0
for TICKETS in the strove LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed as soon as the Lottery is
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery-?0,000 Tickala; 698
Prise?. Capital Prise, f 100,000. Draws the loth and
81st of each month. Address
H. T. PETERS, TJ. 8. Lloense? Agent,
No. 90 OtoWl street, or Key Box C2, Pottoffloe.
April 11 _______ &___*__&__ 8mos
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY?
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
s afe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELITER
FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN
THE 'CITY, FREE OF
II. B. PLANT,
President, Augusta, GJ,
A. S. HULL, Agent,
8. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF OLOTHS, CAS
8IMERE8 AND VE6TINQ8 can bo had, together
with a choice assortment of.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MUSLIN 8HIRT8, mado to "order, in any
ty lo that may bo desised.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will givo his special attention to tho
As usual. lyr June 7
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BANK,
INCORPORATED UNDER ??THE CO31 PA
NIKS' ACT, 186?."
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ??1,800,000,
IN 69,000 SHARES OF ?30 EACH.
First Issue, 30,000 Shares, and the remainder to be Is
sued as may be required, under the sanction of a Gon
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK,
Having opened Offices at No, 63 W?_LL STREET, NEW
TOBE, is prepared to sell Bills of Exchange on tho
ENO Lion AND AMKK1UAW DIUIK ^I?I_IT_I>), _-,_
don, and on the UNION BANE OF LONDON; to buy
Billa of Exchange, and to issue Commercial and Travef
era' Cr?dita, available in all parts of the world. Com
mercial Credits issued for use In the
EAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL Bl
UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION O?
Further particulars may be ascertained on application
st the Office. No. 03 Wall ?trent.
WILLIAM WOOD, Manager.
GEO. Billian ALL WATTS, Assistant Manager.
No. 173 EAST _B__\.Y.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERB IN AGRI
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of aU kinds :
8AW AND ROLLER OINS, horse power, and QRIST
MILLS, always on han;''..
Agents lor AHOHAMRAULT'8 ST KAM ENGINE, anti
[N?^_I!SOLL*****-ATE:.T(X>TTCN ?A ?
F. 0PDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL l8 NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has been romodolled and refurnished
tli ronghout. The travelling public, transient visitors, or
others, will find In it all tho luxuries of a F1R8T-0LAH8
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts of
The location is one o (the most airy and pleasant for
summer. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this
a. ealthful exerolse Is attached. No pains or expenso
s pared to give entire satisfaction.
May 12 F. OPDEBEEOK.
THIS FIR8T-OI?AS8 HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, is now open for the
reception of the travelling public.
Q. MCGINLEY, Proprietor.
May as "?mo
THIS FIR8TCLA88 HOTEL HAS BEEN RE-MO
DELED and newly re-furnished, and put In porfeot
order throughout, . " ," __ _
The travelling public may rest asBurod they win Ona
omfortablo accommodations at this Honse.
May 23 lino A. B. LDUE. Pronrletor.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers having leased this favorite honse, It
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And is now prepared with the most perfect
appointments ror the reception of guests.
The nrst position among first class Hotels will be>
maintained In the future, as In the post.
May 31_Brnos_BARER k FARLEY.
mjOfr A DA VI-AGEHT8 WA1?TED It*
vfyjUtJ sell antywaxidwon-erfnl SEWING MACHINA
t_*?-mf??_-oap<>oeUoeD?ad. t??xtm SHAW k GLABK
jlddR/ord Mala. September 14