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FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 13. 1866.
Kiportu for tl?*o Week ending July 1?.
PALMA, MAJORCA?Pea bark E Wright?70,000 feot
Pine Lumber, 86,000 feet Hown Timber.
NEW YORK?Per steamship Quaker City?231 bales Dp
land and 4 bales S I Cotton, 4 bales Woolens, '_ cases
Tobacco, 114 boxes Sugar, 472 packages Vogetablos,
100 boxes Muskets. ..-?..Per steamship Monoka?
329 haloB Cotton, 41 bales Yarn, 108 boxes Muskets,
04 packages Fruit, 36 Packages, 186 Empty Bble.
BALTIMORE?Per sehr Swan?76,000 feot Bteam Sawed
THE CH/kKLHSTON "ilARI-KT.
[rt)U THE WEBE ENDINO, TllUUllDAT, JULY 12, 1866.]
COTTON.?In consequence of the very light stock,
transactions in tho staple during the past week have
been vory limited, and havo boon mainly on Northern
account. Thoro has been somo irregularity in prico in
somo grades, but tho market has kept at about tho
prices provaillng at tho cloae of our last weekly report.
The receipts havo ?ached a very low figuro, amounting
to ouly 11 bales or long etaplo from Florida, aud 288
bales Upland Cotton, since Friday last. Tho following
summary will oxhlblt tho salos of tho week : On Friday,
tho 6th instant, about 100 bales wore disposed of, Good
Ordinary selling for 26c, Low Middling at 28c, Middling
81 to 32c, Striot Middling 33 to 3<o. per pound. Ou Sat
urday tho European nows was looked for, and produced
an ludtspoBltiou to purchaso, which confine, tho sales
of the day to only 30 bales, nt unchanged prlcoB. On
Monday shout 70 halos were Bold, prices remaining
about, the same?say 22r. to 25c. per pound for ro
packod, 28 to 29c por pouud for Low Middling, and 31
to 32c. per pound for Middling Cotton. On Tuet day
thoro was a good demand, with full but somewhat ir
regular prices, the sales amounting to 160 bales, at 28 to
30c. per pound for Good Ordinary to Low Middling,
and 32c. per pound for Middling Cotton. On Wednes
-day the transactions were restricted to 40 bales, at tho
pricos or the day bofore. Yesterday there was some 60
bales sold, the market presenting no change in its
?character. We quote :
-Ordinary to Good Ord nary.28@29c
Sea Island Cotton.?There has been a few baloa of
.this class of Cotton disposed of an privat o terms. The
-market la very muoh depressed and prices low down.
S.It'ld. Upld. Rice.
Block on hand Sept. 1, 1865. 362 1610 100
Becei'ts from Sept 1, '66 to July 4,'66,6307 99250 8696
Receipts from July 6 to July 11, '66 11 288 -
Total Receipts.6680 101146 3690
Export*. S. I'd. Vp'd. Rice.
New York, per steamship Qua
ker City. 4 231 -
New York, per steamship Mo
neks.*. - 329 -
From Sept 1, '66, to July 6, '66 5504 96317 2775
5508 96877 2775
Total exports..6608 96377 2775
8tock on hand and on shipboard. 172 4271 921
BICE.?There has bcon no receipts since our last re
port, and prices remain as before, ssy 12 to 13>a'c ft lb
for ordinary to prime Carolina. We notice tho receipt
of a small pBrcol of East India, ssy about 100 bushels,
from New York, which is intended for city consump
NAVAL STORES_Tho receipts of Rosin during the
-week amount to about 1800 bbls. Part of this has been
sold at the lollowing rates: Pale at $8 t- bbl. of 280 lbs;
No. 1, ?4.60; No. 2, $3; No. 3, $U@2.25; Black, $1.70. The
receipts of Si>i.iti Tnrpoatiue amount to 3oo bbls., of
which amount about 200 havo been sold. In the early
part of the week 70c ft gallon was obtain cd for suporlor
-bbls.,but during the latter part prices receded to 66@67c
por gallon. This has been mainly caused by tho uncer
tainty of the amount of tho tax to be placed on the arti
cle by the new Revenue BUL
HAY.?The reooipts durmg tho week have been very
light, amounting to some 310 bales of North Elver from
New York, by steamer; but the stock, which is still quite
largo, keeps down nrioes. The only wholesale transac
tion was one of about 200 bales North Biver at $1 05 prr
CORN.?The arrivals since our last sum up about 20,200
bushels from Baltimore and >ew York. For somo days
the article has been heavy, but holders yesterday hav
ing made some concession lu their demands, consider
able transactions took place. About 2600 bushels Bal
timore White was sold at $1.65 per bushel weight, bags
Included; 7C0 busbela Baltimore White at $1.63 per
-bushel, bsgs included; .400 bushels do. do., on prlvato
terms; 1280 bushels do. on private terms, and a lot of
Maryland Yellow, to arrive, at $1.40 per bushel weight,
bags Included. There ia considerable New York Mix til
Corn In the market, which sells for slower figure.
OATS.?Some 2400 bushels recelvod from Baltimore
thy steamer constitute the receipts of the week. A par
cel, amounting to about 6000 bushels, has been sold at
77c per bushol measure.
FLOUR.?Prices remain unchanged, and purchasers
buy only for Immediate wants, the new crop being now
near at hand. We quote: Low Super at $8.60 to 8.75;
Good at $8 76 to 9 per obi. Baltimore Flour brings
BACON.?In consequence of the very light stock,
Prime meat has advauced during the week about one
(I) cent, per lb, and we quoto Prime Shoulders at 18c
por lb, and Prime Ribbed Sides at 21 ?ac per lb, with a
SALT -There h\s been some enquiry for these articles
since our last r.-port, aud prices are upward tending.
We learn of sales of 600 sacks of common Liverpool at
$2 30 per sack.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.?The stock of these articles
continue good, and prices remain about as previously
quoted, ssy $6 to $10 per M for common; $11 to $14
for good, and $16 to $18 per M for prime shipping Tin -
bar. Steam-sawed,Lumber is selling at $20 to $25
FREIGHTS?To Liverpool doll, at Xd. for Upland and
Id. per lb. for Sea Island Cotton ; 4s. per bbl on Rosin
To New York, by steamer, Kc. per lb. on Upland Cot*
ton aud 75c per bbl. on Vegetables. By sailing vessel,
y,c. per lb. on Upland O >tton and $4 per ton on old
EXCHANGE.? Sterling Bills are only wanted In limit
ed amounts, and are sold at 720 to the pound sterling,
for Sixty-day Bills. Domeit.o Exchange remains with
-out change. Bight Checks on New York are pnrchaatd
by the Banks at >. off ; 10 to 16 days, ?. off ; 20 to 26
days, 1 per cent, off ; 30 days, 1 ,'.? off ; 60 days, 'iy, off.
They sell Eight Checks on New York at.',,' prom. Pri
vate* drawers aro purchasing Bight Checks at )i off to
par, and selling at X to >? prem.
GOLD.?The Brokers were ye terday buying at 46 and
.selling at 48.
AUGUSTA, July 11.?Cotton?There is nothing doing
and but little Inquiry.
HOold?Brokers aro buying at 147 to 148 and selling at
Silver is steady at 135 to 110.
MOBILE, July 7.?Cotton ?The transactions of the
day i-how more animation in the market than has been
noten for some time past. Orders for Northern account
created a comparatively brh?k demand, which resulted
In sales of 650 bales, taken by three buyers, but with
out material cbaige from our last report. Th- so pur.
chases were made on a basis of 29 to 30c for Middltig,
with tho lower grades taken in, but Middlings were
scarce at outside ligures, while inferior qualities were
relatively lower. The New lork noon dispatch repot ta
Cotton hu- ?1 y at 36 to 38-,, and New Orleans do 3Q to
- 32c for Low Middling.
Monktabt and Financial.?The market opened this
morning with some movement in Gold, and the sales < f
$30,000 were reported at 16HK, but alter the noon New
York dispatch was received bolders suowed more dis
politl?n to soll, and prlcoa gavo way to 161. bat with
only light tran*.ii?.tiou8.
Advlcoa from Now Orleans, roport'ng Now York Bight
down to par, has bad the effect of reducing ratos hero to
>i premium, and tho market cloios with a downward
Tho offering and demand for Now Orloans eight is
light at par.
btorllng continues dull and nominal.
New Orleans Market.
New Obleans, July 7_Cotton?The markot openod
this morning with a fair inquiry at about yesterday's
quotations, out tho movomont was oheokod by the
stringent pretensions of factors, and tho aalos were con
sequently confined to 000 balea, taken by four brokers,
at Irregular prices, a portion of the business being at
previous ratos, and a part at a slight Improvement.
There is little or no low middling to be had at 31c, but
rtill we retain It to represent poor and mixed lists, and
quote as follows : Ordinary 2S to 37o, good ordinary 29
to 30c, low middling 31 to 33c, and middling 8* to 30c.
STATEMENT OT OOTTON.
Stock on hand 1st Soptember, 1866.bales.. 85,239
Received today. 120
Oloarod t')-day. 297C
Stock on band.105,809
Tho clearances comprise 1904 bales for Now York, and
1012 for Boston.
Suoab and Molabses.?Tho receipts slnco yesterday
comprimo 47 hogahoadB Sugar from Texas, via rial vos ton,
and only 2 bbls MoIsbbos from the coast. Tho supplios
of tho domoatlo production aro vory small, but thoso of
Cuba aro liberal. Tbe market continuos very ?lull.
Thoro wore aalos to-day, however, of 40 hlids Cuba
Sugar on private terms, and 160 boxes No. 12, in bond,
at 7,'?o por lb. Tlicro wero no pales of Molasses of any
Importance. Louisiana sugar Is retailing very slowly
at 12 to Ki.'.'c par lb for common; 14 cents for fair; I4J?
cents for fully fair; 16 cents for primo; 16 to 17 cents for
yellow clarified, and 17 to 17>? cents for white do. Cuba
Sugar is retailing at 13 to 133? cents por lb for No. 12;
14c for No. 14, and H1; to 16 cents for No. 16. Cuba
Molasses is rotalling at 66 to 68 cents por gallon, and la
quoted by the cargo at 60 cents.
l-rtKir.iiTS?Tbe markot la dull, both foreign and
coaatwibo, and tbe rates are merely nommai. Engage
mcntB wero made for tobacoo by sail for Liverpool at
3"? shillings, but 4U shillings aro now askod. Somo lit
tle cotton was taken for Liverpool at ?,'o, i-nd some for
Havre at l'ic. Cotton was shipped for New York by
steamer at >?o, and for Boston at lo.
WILMINGTON, July 11.?Tubpen?mk.? Receipts
lieht. Only 68 bbls sold to day at $4 20 for virgin,
$3 20 for yellow dip, and $1 60 for hard, per 280
Sri?TS Tohpen? he.?Sales of 126 bbls at 43 conts
per gallon for white.
Rosin.? Saloa of 128 bbls blaok at $1 66; 88 do com
mm at $2; and 83 do No 1 at (6, $6 76 to $6, as in
Bacon ?2600 pounds N. O. sold from store at 20 cou
per pound for bog round.
Cotton.?A small lot (8 bales) changed hands at 83
con tB per pound for Middling.
Hat.?A lot of 60 bales Northern rooelved and sold
from wharf at $1 06 per 100 pounds.
BATIMORE July 9.?Coffee? Tho domand Is con
fined to small lots for Immediate wants of tho trade, and
prices nominally unchaogod. ranging as to quality from
15 to 19c gold.
Floub?Tbore is a good domand for new, and soveial
of tho millers are preparing to grind on contracts, quan
tity and terms not transpired, though understood about
$13 60 to 13 76 for high grades of Extra for tho South
American market. Good flownrd streetand Western do
acripttons aro scarce, and hold firm; choice Northwsst
ern Is also in limited supply, and prices maintained, but
common and inferior grades, which oomprlae the bulk
of the stock Is exceedingly dull. Without hearing of any
transactions worthy of special remark wo ropeat quota
tions, viz :
Howard street Buper and Oat Extra.$ 9.76 @ 10.25
Howard street Extra Shipping.11.60 ? 12.60
Howard street H-gh Grades Retailing.18.00? 14.25
Howard street Family.14.60 ? 16.60
Ohio Super and Cut Extra..none.
Ohio Extra Shipping.10.60 _ 11.60
Ohio Retailing.12 60? 13 60
Ohio Family.16.00 @ 16.60
Northwestern Super.8.60? 9.60
North western Extra.10.60? 12.60
City Mills Super.9.60? 9.76
City Mills Shipping brands Extra.18.60 ? 14.00
Standard Extra.11.76? 1160
Baltimore, Welch's h Greenfield Family.. .17.60 @ 00.00
Baltlmoro high grado Extra..16.60 ? 00.00
Rye Floor?now.6.00? 6.25
Corn lie??City Mills and Brandy wine.... 6.20 ? 6.76
Gbaiii?Wheat?400 bash?a ?bite, and 1700 bushels
rod- all new crop, offered ; demand nood and prices
favored sellers. We report sales of 200 bushels prime
white at $3 25; 100 do fair at $2 90; 1000 bushels prime
red at $1 90; 600 bushels do good at $2 77 to 2 85 per
bushel?old crop continues dull. Corn?8600 bushels
white and 3600 bushels yellow received; demand fair
and price? further Improved for prime white, 900 bush
els brought $1 20; 2100 bushels mixed $1 15; 1960 bush
els yellow sold at 97 to 98c, and 600 do common at t/4o;
We ?tern yellow and mixed continuos heavy. Oat??We
report sales of 800 bushels Westers in Iota at 64 o ; 700
bushels Maryland white at 60 to 62o, and 300 do at Orfc
Molasses?W? report a sale of 25 casks English Island
at 62c per gallon.
Provisions?Wore quiet but very firm; business to
day was conflnod to lots from jobbers, and included
Bacon Shoulders at 18o, Sides ?0 >?@21c, sugar-cured
Hams 24X?28c, tbe outside for Lane's; Western Lard
22c; Mess Fork quiet and nominal at $34 per bbl. Bnlk
Shoulders held at 16'i?@16>?o. Sides 18 >?@18 }io. Since
writing the above we heard of a sale ot 60 hlids Bacon
Shoulders in one lot, at 17,'ic,
Rice?Nothing doing worthy of notlco; supply and
demand both light.
Buoab?No sales to-day; market firm but inactive. ~
Salt?Is steady, with rales frcm store In lots at 92 25
for Ground Alum, and at S3 25?3 60 por sack for Fino;
Turks Island is quoted at 60@63o per bushel.
Seeds?Clover is quiet, no further transactions;
prime is offered at $7 76. Flax is steady at $3 15 per
Whiskey?We report a salo of 100 bbls Western on
private terms; quotations are still difficult to give; hold
ers aro asking $2 28 per gallon.
PHIL*?.D3LPHIA, July 9?Cotton?Prices are nn
chaDged, but there la more doing; 160 bales of middlings
old in lots at from 37 to 38c per lb, the latter rate for
Obookbieb?Sngar and Ocffee continue very dull, and
we hear of no sales of either worthy of notice
Floob?Tho market, as we have noticed for some
time past, continuos very dull, there being little or no
demand for export. About 600 bbls sold in lots to re
tailers and bakers, including:
Northwest superfine at.$ 7.6(@ 7.75
Northwest extra at. 8.26? 9.00
Northwest extra family firstname.lastname@example.org
Pennsylvania and Western superfine at.8.60? 8.76
Pennsylvaniasand Western extra email@example.com
Pennsylvania and Western extra family at... 11.60? 14.00
Pennsylvania and Western fancies firstname.lastname@example.org
Rye flour at. 6 60? ..
Pennsylvania corn meal at.4.60? 4.65
Brand?, wlno corn meal at.4.75? 4.80
Tho receipts ?nd stocks of flour continue very light,
but fully equal to the demand.
G bain?Wheat continuos very dull and prices are
drooping. Small aates ot old red are reported at $2 60
to 2 85 per bushel, as to quality. New Delaware red is
freely offered at $2 75 to 2 85 per bushel, but wo hear of
no sales. In white there is nothing doing. Pennsyl
vania rye sells in a small way at $1 20 to 1 25 per bushel;
1600 bushels Western sold on private terms. Corn has
advanced; 8000 bushels prime yellow sold at f 1 03,1600
bushels WeBtorn yellow at $1.00, and small lots of mixed
Western at M to Ms por bushol. oatt are dull and
lower; 1S00 bushels Western sold at 60 to 63c; 12(10
bushels Pennsylvania at 05 to 68c, and Delaware at 68
to 70c per bushol.
The receipts to-day are: 1400 bbls fl?ur; 2600 bushels
Wheat; 3200 bushels Corn, and 6100 bushels Oats.
rVovisions?Most holders are asking an advanoo, but
the domaudls limited; small sales are making at $33?
33 60 per bbl for new Mens Pork; 20@20o per lb for Ba
con Hams; 20?21o for piokled do; 16?16*??o for Bait
Shoulders, and 22>i@?c per _ for prime Lard In bbls
Whisk et?Moves slowly, with small sales of Ponnoyl
vanla at $2 24. 200 bbls Western sold part at $2 27?
2 28y? and part on private terms.
New York Market.
The New York Journal of Commerce, ot Tuesday, 11th
Tho market presents a llttlo more annlraatlon in some
departments. Capital is in better demand for call loans
at 6 per cent, which is the prevailing rate, altho'igh
there are exceptional transactions at 4 and 6 per o nt.
First-class business paper 1b r?sdilr placed at 6>,' to 6
per cent, per annum discount for 30 days" rate, and from
that to 7 per o-n*.. for 60 to 90 days.
Gold opened this morning at I63>i, fell off to lsiy,,
and continued heavy most or tee day, closing at 1 J* lX.
(Silver Bells modorately at 7 to Oo below gold.
For ign Exchange is higher. Lending bankers ask
100 lor 60 <ia>s sterling bills, slid 110V for short sight
do We quote: Bills at 60 days on London 107 Ji to
lOrt'i'ior commercial; 108."?, to 109 for backers'; do at
short Mght, 110>. to U0K; PAris at 60 days, 5 l?tf to 6
?8j?.d??st short sight, 5 11 ?i to 6 06>i; Swiss, 6 lltf to
5 12>, ; Hamburg, ?ill), to 37->?; Amsterdam, 40>? to 40>?;
Fiaijkfort,42>i to 43; Bremen, 78 * to 79; Prussian
thaler?, 74 to 75
Stocks wore'firm at tho earlv opening. At the regu
lar board the market showed lnoreased spirit; pilcos
generally advanced, and with few exceptions were well
sustained throughout the day. Governments sro In
good request at Improved rstcs.
NEW YORK, July 9.?Ootton.?Tho markot was dull
and Saturday's lmprovsmeut barely supported. Sales
600 bales at 36c to 38o for Middlings.
BncADUTUFPtt.? The markot throughout was quite Ir
rogular and unsettled.
Tho common and medium grados of Btato snd West
ern Flour wer? cull, snd pricos 6o to 10 lower. Halos
6600 bbls at $C 05 to $7 85 for Supers; $7 76 to $8 80 for
Extra State; $8 86 to $10 85 for Choleo State; $8 90 to
$10 40 for Bbipping Round-hoop Ohio; $H 86 to $13 GO
lor Extra Wostern; $13 76 to $16 75 for Double Extra
Western and 8t Louis.
Southern Flour was dull snd heavy. Sales 400 bbls
at $10 40 to $11 80 for Supers; $12 to $10 76 for Fancy
Canada Flour wsh scarco and firm. Sales 260 bbls at
$9 to $10 for Common ; $10 20 to $14 for good to oholce
Ryo Flour was firm at $6 76 to $7 60.
Corn Moal was firm at $4 76 for Jorsey, and $5 25 for
The Wheat market was unsettled. The supplies are
liberal, and mlllors hold off. With some pressure to
sell, quotations woro :i@5o lower, bnt with very Httlo on
tho way to this market, leading holders were firm. Sales
29,000 bushels at $1 86 for Hacino Spring; $2 16 for No
2 Milwaukee Club; $2 40 for Ambor do.
Corn was very feverish and unsettled, closing at somo
decline, with more doing for export. Thero is a Btrong
speculative fooling. 8alos 240,000 bushels Wcstorn Mix
ed at 86@90o, and do Yellow at 94@95c, closing wltb
large sales of prime at 88,'ic.
Oats wero 1 cent better. There Is a largo demand for
export, st inside quotations. Sales 80,000 bushols, in
cluding Chicago, at 62@55c; Wisconsin at 66c; Iowa at
Ryo was activo. Sales 16.000 bushols Western at $1 03
>l 05, and for State, $1 28(3)1 30 olTV-red and asked.
Bsrloy and Barley Molt nominal.
Pbovistons?Pork was dull and nearly nomina'. Sales
4000 bbls at $29 60 for Old Moss; $31 87 to $32 for Now
do; $20 to $26 26 for Old Prime; $29 for Now do.
Lard was quiet and Arm Halen 200 bbls and tea at 19
to 19J?ofor Nol; 20 to 20,'iu lor fair to prime Steam,
and 21 to SlJ-fo for Kettle Rendered.
Out Meats were firm at 18J? to 16)ic for Dry Salted
aud Picklsd Shoulders; 17 >i to 19*-?c for Dry Sal tod aud
Bacon was firm at 17>i to 17*-;c for Short Bibbed, and
18o for Short Clear, with sales of 300 boxos.
Dressed Hogs 13,*4- to 13J-?C
Live Hogs?Receipts for two days 2000, selling at
$iu 76 to $11 19 per 100 lbs.
Beef wss firm. Bales 260 bbls at $17 to $21 for Ro
packod Westorn Moss, and $21 to $25 for Extra WcBtorn
,_Tlereo Beef firm, tending upward Sales 600 tes at $31
to $34 for Prime Mess; $36 to $38 for India Mess.
Beef Hams nominal.
Butter was in good demand and firm at 27 to 34o for
Western and Ohio; 30 to 42o for State; 43 to 46c for
Orange County palls.
Oheeso was firm and activo at 10 to 16o for Ohio ; 12 to
18c for State; 18 to 20c for Factory made.
Coffee?Prices are a little firmer for gold in bond,
but duty paid, unsettled, owing to the proposition to
reduce the duty one half; 270 bags Bio sold on private
Hides?Tho market is firm; the lite sales Include
Buenos Ayros at 10o and Montevideo at lflJic, both gold.
Oitv Slaughters aro worth 12*, to 12 j-,0 for Steers.
Hops? The dornend 1b rather light at 60 to 65c for Do
mestlo and 60 to 70c for Prime to Oholoe Bavarian.
Hat?Is selling at 66o per 100 lbs for shipping, and
80 to 90c for retail lota.
Molasses.?No sales. Prices remalned at 40c to 62)_o
for Cuba, at d 70o to 77>ic for Porto Rico.
Naval Stores.?8plrits Turpentino is lower. Sales
200 lbs at 76o to 78c Bosin remsins quiet st $2 87 >i for
Common. Taris firmer from reduced stock?Newborn
and Wilmington, $2 76 to 3 25 and selected largo bbls
bring $8 60. Crude Turpontlne and Pitch quiet.
Oils.?Linseed OU dull at $1 80. Lard Oil, $1 80 to 2
for Spring and Winter Pressed.
Petboleit? ?The markot was dull and hoary at 23l*o
to 24o for Crude; 39o to 41c for Roflnod, In bond, and
65o to 58c for Beflned, free.
Bice.?There was more inquiry. The sales were 400
bags Rangoon, in bond, at 3 Se, gold, and small lots,
duty paid, at ?.5?'e to 10c, currency.
Huoab?The markot wss dull and hi av/. Sales 450
hluifl at 10?i to 12)ic. for Fair Refining to Good Grocory
grides, and 12 ?i for Porto Blco; 150 boxes at lie. Ro
flnod sugars dull at 16>? to lOjfc for best Ground and
Crushed, and 16 to lej?o for Soft White.
Tallow?Was quiet and unchanged. Sales 70,000 lbs
at 12,*-,' to l3o.
WhisxE-?Remain a dull and nominal at 2 23 to $2 20
for State and Wostern.
Fbbiohts?Rates for Corn to Great Britain we e
lower, with more doing. To Liverpool, 120,000 bushols
Corn at 4d to 4}?d, chiefly at the inside rate; 100 hhda
Tob?ceo at 17s 6d ; and per steamer, 70 hhds Tobacco at
32s 6d; 7000 bushels Corn on private terms. To Lon
don, 2000 bushels Corn at 6d; 700 bbls Flour at 2s; and
p r steamer, 7000 bushels Corn at 6 ?id. A British brig
to Oork for orders on private terms.
Exports or Cotton
FBO*_ THE POBT OF CHARLESTON, 8. 0., COMMENCINC! 1ST
BEPTEMI1EI1, 1865. TO 12TB JULY, 1866, 1NCL?81VL
?I 46,0401 4(3,040
Total to Great Britain.
Bordeaux and Rochelle.
Total to Franco.
Russia?Ports of the Black Sea..
Sweden aud Norway.
Spain?Porto on tho Atlantic...
Spain?Porto on Mediterranean.
Total other Foreign Ports..
Total to Coastwise Ports.
CHARLESTON WHOLESALE PRICES,
Corrected and Revised for the Week cntlln**
Thursday, .Inly 1?, 1806.
BAGGING, ft yard
BALE ROPE, ft lb?Manilla.
BREAD, ft lb?
BRICKS, ft M.
BRAN, ?100 lbs.
COTTON, ft ft.?
Ordinary to good Ordinary.
Middling to Strict Middling....
CANDLES, ft lb?Sporm.
COFFEE, ft lb?Rio.
CORDAGE, ft ft?Manilla.
CORN MEAL, ft bbl.
COAL, ft ton?Anthracite.
COPPER?Sheet. ft ft.
FISH?Cod, ft 100 lbs.
Herring, ft box...
Mackerel, No. 1, Vf, half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 2, ft half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 3, ft bbl.
Mackerel by kits?
FISH?Msckorel No. 1.
Sardines, ft 100?quarter boxes.
FLOUR, ft bbl.?Super.
Family, half bbls.
OLASS, ft box of 60 foot
GRAIN? Maryland Oato, ft bushel...
Western Oato, ft bushel.
Corn, ft bushel.
Beans, ft bushel.
HAT, vf, owL? North Biver..
HIDES?Dry, ft ft.
2.80 ? 3.00
6.60 ? 6.00
0.00 ? 6.60
7.00 & 8.00
1.20 ? 1.46
2.00 @ 3.00
1.05 ? 1.20
WVIGO?T* lb.... i i on
iron?R?.fineii. -*?. ib*. ; ; ; ;.
PLOW STEEL, ? lb..
LIM E??boll, V bbl.... '. ...***.
LUMBER, V M foot?
Cloar White Pino, 1st quality.
White Pino, good run.
Boards, ft M foot?Rough. ...
Grooved and Tonguod.
LEA TIIEB, country tanned, ft lb..
MOLASSES ft gallon?
/\rVt VAL STORES, ? bbl?Tar.
Rosin, No. 1.
Rosin, No. 2.
Rosin, No. 3...
Spirits Turpontlno, ^ gallon.
Oakum. "H lb. .....
OILS?Lard, ^ gallon.
LlhBcod. 1* gal 1? m.
Sperm, Winter, ft gallon.
Cotton Soed, ft gallon........
Castor (E. I.), f? gallon.
OU ve, ft dozon.
OILS ?Keroslno, fl gallon.,
Benzine, -ft gallon.,
PBO VISIONS?licof, moss, ft bbl
Beef, prime, *$ bbl.
Pork, mess, ft bbl.
Rump, ft bbl.
Bacon, Hume, jfi lb.
Bacon, Sides, ft 10.
Bacon, Shoulders, fi lb.
Lard, in keg, f? lb.,
Butter, ft lb.
Potatoes, f? bbl.
Onions, fi bbl.,
Apples, fl bbl.
PAINTS? Whito Lead, fi lb.
Black Load, fl lb.
RICE? Carolina, <fl lb.
East India Rico.,
SLA TES?American, ft squaro...
SHINGLES, fi M?.
Wbito Pino, first quality....
SALT?Liverpool, coarse, ft sack
Liverpool, lino, ft sack.....
SOAP? Bar, fi lb.
STARCH, fl lb.
SPICES, V lb?Cassia.
SPIRITS, ft goUon?Alcohol_
Rum, N. E.
SUGAR, f? B>?Raw.
BEG A RS?Domos tic manufacture, ft M
FRUITS?Prunos, ft ?.
Figs, ft m.
FRUITS? Dried Applos. f, re...
Almonds, soft aboil, ft lb
Raisins, M. R., ft box.
IUlslns, Layor, ft box.
Oranges, ft box.
Lemons, ft box.
American, 4?20d, ft keg..
TEAS? American Wrought.
Lathing, ft keg.
Copper, ft lb.
Galvanized, ft lb.
8pikos, ft lb.
TEAS, ?fl lb?Imperial.,
TOBACCO, ft lb. as per qnoUty
TIMBER? Hown Timber?Yellow Pine
07 @ 07>i
7.00 @ 8.00
12.00 @ ?
- ? -
11 @ 16
TIN?I O Roofing Plate.
I X Roofing PI ?tea_
I C Tin Plato, 10x14..
IX Tin Plate, 10x14...
1 O Tin Plates, 14x20
Block Tin, ft lb.
TWINE?Cotton, *f? in.;... 76
Twine, Baling.? 46
Twine, Hemp. 45
VABNISH? Bright, ft gallon. 25
VIN EG A R?White Wino, f? gallon_ 60
Cider, ft gallon. 30
French, ft gallon. 1.00
WINE, ft gallon?Port.. 2.60
Claret, ft caso..| 6.00
Champagne, f? basket...i25.00
ZINC?Shaoi. f? ft. 3?
Consigne?* par Sontb Carolina Knllruml,
.Tuly 11 and 12.
01 bales Cotton, 24 bales Yarns, 20 bags Peas, 28 bbls
Spirits Turpentine. 63 bbls Rosin. 8 cars Old Iron, 1 car
Lumber, and Sundries. To Willis & Chlsolm. Eanapanx
b Lalaue, Webb, Ayer h Trumbo, H Blschoff h Co, E H
Rodgers h Co, Blisell Bro, W P Dowllng, L F Bohllug,
B H Barden, G W Williams - Co, W O Dukes h Co, M
Heligman, L Eenecko, liergmann h Co, Bruns h Bee, J
A <.uHoy, A 8 J Perry, B F D Perry, DoCottes k Salas.
Cameron, Barkley ft Co, W B Williams, W W Smith, W
Roach, O Froneberger, O N AvorlU h Sod, J W Car mult,
B O'Neill, E N Fuller, J H Rlsley.
Per steamship Moneka, for New York?Mrs Taylor
and child. Mrs King and 3 children, Mr Kim;. F Tap
per, Mrs M G Mellory. Miss M*B McCartney, W H War
ren and lady, Mrs J J Emery end 2 children, O L Bee
cher, B R Esterbrook. W S Coates, O 8 Coo, G E Gibbes,
O E Roland, B J Forsythe and lady, Mrs O Hamilton, B
E Clalsalng, J Long and la 'y. Miss Quino, O F Weilaud,
8 Howe, J Shilock, H Orosaton, WB ?finith, and 4 in the
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Georgetown, 8 C?Mise
V Chapman, H M Barry, E G rttooey, Master J R Tuck
er, J J Maher, J LaBruce, H Cnmmlugs, G W Ward,
Copt Vaughan. U 8 N, and 11 in steerage,
entJixs or tsi moon.
LaatQ. 5th, 10h 31m. mornlFlrstQ. lOth.lOh.24m.morn
New M. 12th, 0 j. 15m. morn 11_ M. 27th,10b. 63m. morn
bum. I stiffs.
6.. 3 I
PORT OF O II A K L B 8 TfO t*
Arrived Wednesday. [Jolt U
Steamship Lulu, Child, Baltimore?left Saturday, P
M. Corn, Bacon and Mdze. To Street Bros h Co, G A
L eke k Co, J Holes, Bhaokelfo d k Fraser, W Roach,
H Blschoff & Co, S O Railroad Agent, J N Tl?d?roann h
Co, Gaillard h Minor. Mordecal k Co, H Oobla k Co, H
Gerdts h Co, E Klein, L Schnell h Co, Hart h Co, J
Thompson h Co.
Arrived Ysiterday. Uoxt 12
Brig Samuel Lindsey, Wilson, Boston, 20 days. Ice.
To the Master, and J M Duryea.
8chr United, Anderson, New York, ? days. Mdze.
To Snaokelford k Fraser, and others.
S'eamer Z B Vance, McGary, Bavann \h. To J Browne.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Payne, Georgetown, 8 O. 4 bales
Cotton, 65 tierces Clean Rice, 21 bogs Bough Rioe, 60
bbls Rosin, 23 bbls Spirits Tnrprn.itnc, and Sumirles
To Ferguson & Holmes, Shackelford k Fraser, H Blsch
off & Co, Mrs It F W Allston, J ?k F Dawsou, and others.
Br Ship Scdhnrg, Kncal 1, Poruambuco, 28 days. Bal
last. To the Master.
Cleared Yesterday. I Jolt 13
Steamship Moneka, Marshraan, New York ? Willis h
Went to flea Yesterday. [Jolt 13
Steamship Monoka, Marahman, New York.
Sehr Mary D Haakell, Haakell, Wilmington, N C.
Up tor tille Part.
Steamship Adele, Hall, at Baltimore, to sail July 14.
Steamship John Gibson, Young, at Baltimore, to sail
Bohr Virginia, Prioe, at New York, July 10.
JLiIr-J'X* OH* siiii'i'lNC
In tl?c Port of Clinrlcston, .luI y l'A, l<SOfl.
VESSELS t'NDEB 100 TONS, AND BTKAMKIIS COASTING
WITUIN THE KTATK, KXOKPTED.
Saragossa, 778 tons, Crowell, at Adgor's wharves, for
Now York, loading.Bavcm-1 k Co.
Lulu, ? tons, Child, at Brown & Co'a wharves, for
Baltimore, loading.Streot Bros k Go.
Star of the South, ? tons, Rood, at Atlantic wharves,
for Baltimore, loading.Willis k Chisolm.
Southern Bights, 980 tons, Ross, at Gas Company's whf,
from Liverpool, discharging. Kavonvl k Co.
Sodborg, Br, ? tous, Kncall, at Quarantluo, from Por
natubuco, just arrived.Monter.
Preddent Fillmore, 804 tons, Luco, at Atlantic whvs.
for Liverpool, loading.Wil'is k Chisolm.
Amelia. f>88 tons, Conner, at Boyce k Go's wharves,
for Liverpool, loading.John Frafcor & Co.
Mary (Br), 300 tons, Macombor, at Yanderhorst's whf,
Ange Guardieno (Fr), 486 tons, Uijou, at Accommoda
tion wharf, from Havana, waiting.. J A Enslow k Co.
Bockwood (Ur), 334 tous, Lowry, lu Ashley River, for
Liverpool, loading.Streot Bros k Co.
Addio Decker, 449 tous, Pentiel, In Asblev River, for tbo
Rio do la Plato, loadiug.fitreet Bros k Co.
L T Knight, 203 tons, Blaiidell, at Bennett's wharves,
for Malauzas, loading.Olnoy Jfc Co.
Samuel Llndsey, ? tons, Wilson, at Contrai wharves
from Boston, dipcliarglng.Mastor.
Alba. 430 tons, Adams, at Central wharves, for Phila
delphia, loading.II F Biker k Co.
Wido World. 251 tons, Uildreth, at Adgor's wharves,
for New York, loading.W Roach.
Wapolla, 243 tons, Paysen, at Kerr's wharves, for St Ma
ry's, Gco, ready.Shackolforil k Fr.taer.
Wenonah, ? tons, Tall, at Marshall's wharf, for Balti
more loading.Streut Bros k Co.
Ocean Bello, 143 tons, Emory, in the Stream, for Bath,
Me, waiting.G A Locko k Co.
No. 238 King-street.
PRATT & wS BROTHERS-,
No. 238 King-street,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKET-ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
N. A. PBATT, ) 8. W. WIL90??. f P. B. WILSON,
Ohemlst to late Graduate of
O. 8. Nitre and I I Phlla. Collego
Mining Bu-t "l of Pharmacy, &
rean. ! Chemist to ist
I 10 8 Oni. Dep'fc
The Proprietors are Native Georgians.
T H E
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IT"IS UNEXCELLED IN PURIFYING AND SWEETEN
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A liberal discount allowed to the trade.
Your attention is respecUully reqneatod to the follow
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For an efficient and reliable Deodoriser and Disin
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WILLIAM E. A. AIKIN,
Professor of Chemistry University of Maryland.
Dr. W. O, VANBIBBEB, who made the roport upon
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Convention of 1819, saya of this artlole :
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?implo deodorizers known to science, and the experi
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For other distinguished testimonials see circular.
For sale by
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Wholesale Agents for the 8tate, No. 238 Eing-stroet.
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