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MONDAY MORNING, JULY 23. 186C.
OC) M M. t? I lO IA Lt.
NEW YORK?Per steamablp Quaker City?230 bales Up
land and 0 bslcs 8 I Oottou. t-0 bbls Rosin. 19 baloa
Yarn, 12 bales Woolens, 07 bundles Papor, 97 Empty
Bbla, 30 packages Sundries, 40 packages Vegotablos
and Frn 11.
Tlic Charleston Cotton MivrUet..
On Saturday tbo sales amounted to, about 100 balos -
Middling 33c; 8trlct Mlddllug 35c. In the lowor grades
tero was much irrcgulatily in prices.
b u van in li Market.
SAVANNAH, July 18.?Cotton.?During the past
week, with tbe exception of yesterday and to-day, tho
market lias beon dinl, and pri- ea ranging from 27 to
32c. Mlddllug being nominally quoted at 31c.
Yestor ay and to-day thorn tas boon some activity In
tbodomand for tho bo'tor gradoB of Cotton, Middling
baring been rt mlily sold at 31c. Tho pooror grades aro
We hear of ono or 'wo sales of the highor grades of
Sea Island Cotton at 85c to $1 05 por pound.
(Btock on hand September 1st.
Stock ou bond.
ixtorts or cotton from jolt 4, 1806, to jolt 18,
Dal Urn oro ...
?Sea Island. I Upland.
AUGUSTA, Jnly 31?Corrort.? Tnoro is a better feel
ing in tho market, and hoiaors aro looking up. Bales of
100 bales at 38 to 82o.
Gold.?There la a fair demand. Brokers are buying
at 148 and soiling at 160.
Silver.?Quiet at 135 to 140.
MOBILE, Tnly 17.?Cotton?Liverpool advices to tho
'7th instant, via Brest, published this a t-rnoon, report
the market unccanged from tbo last dates from there.
The Mew York dispatch of to-day reports tho market
firm at yesterday's quotations. In this market the do
. maud and Bales were confined chiefly to two buyers.
Factors are stiff in their ideas at yesterday's figures,
and are offering but little desirable Colt aim, consequent
ly sales of tbe day were made mostly from the grade
of Low Middling. 750 bales ohangod hands, the market
- closing firm at unchanged quotations?say as a basis 31
to 32o for Middling. Wo hear of sovoral orders still un
filled, and lt Is not improbable that another compara
tively good day's work may be done to- mor : o w.
Monktast and Financial?Gold has token another
-upward shoot In Mew York, from 149 last ?veiling to
151?. to-day at 1 o'clock. This Is, no doubt, tho effect
of the depreciation of flve-twonUeB on tho other side,
and the increased uncertainty and further developed
complications in European politics. The movement of
Napoleon ii viewed as serious in a commercial light,
and there are not a lew who believe that the French
will soon play au important part m the war now going
There has been consldorsble done in New York Ex
' ohange to-do j. The market la fairly supplied, sud busi
ness m this line is on the increase, the Uberal sales of
cotton furnishing means to purchase Exchange. The
-banks ore checking eight ou New York ?t }? premium,
?and outside at !? discount. One dav sight y, discount;
ten days' do y, to y, discount, snd thirty days' 1 per
Gold ruled in tho morning at 147 to 149, but after re
ceipt of New ork news advauced to 149 to 151.
Light transactions have been effected In New Orleans
.sight at par. Sterling nominal.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, July 17.?Cotton.?The improved
?demand noticed in our last report was continued this
moruing witb a f.ir degree of spirit, but the movement
was cheeked by the high preteosionB of factors. At a Ister
hour in the day, however, thero was more dlssosttion to
meet the demand, but still the salea ?ere confined to s
.bttle over 1UC0 bales, mostly at full prices. 8<-\on
brokers participated in tho business. We low quote
ordinary at 35 to 27c, good ordin?r}' at 20 to 30c, low
middling at 82 to 34c, and middling at 35 to 36c. Tbe
sales of the past tbree days sum up 3150 bales. The re
ceipts proper aluce Friday evening (excluding tho arri
vais from Mouile, Florida snd Texas, which aie Included
-in these respective aiatomeuta) comprise 809 balo.,
against 1337 duriug tho correaponlng period last week,
showing a decrease ol 628 balea. The exports embrace
?767 bales, 2395 of which were to foreign ports and 3j72
statement or cotton.
Stock on hand 1st beptomber, 1865.bales.. 85,339
Received today. 272
? Oloired to-day for Boston. 681
.Stock on hand.101,951)
8UOAB and Molasbes.?Tliorobiiio uot been any ru
celpts from tbo count ainco yestorduy. Supplies of the
production of Louisiana are very small but thoso of
Oub? aro lair, though not large. The market continues
very lull. Thero is uo demand for rouud lots aud only
a retail btuincsB is doing at previous prices. Au offer
- oi 62 HO per gull u was refined for half a cargo of Cuba
molasses Louisiana sugar is retailing at 12 to lu.'jc
per lb for common, 14c for lair, 14J?C for fuUy fair, 16c
for prime, 16 to 17c lor yellow clarified, aud 17 to 17>?c
for white. Cuna simar is retailing at 13??c for No. 12,
14c for No. 14, and 14 '4 to lio for No. 15. Cuba molasses
is rctalliug at ?ic per gall n.
Fbeiouts? here is inore offering to go forward, and
better rates are obtalucd. Tue ratea aro firm at ??c per
lb for cotton and 75c per lb tor flour. For cottuu by
.steam for New York, y, to ??c. billing vessels for Bos
ton obtain )ic por lb lor cottou, 45c per bbl for flour, 7
to 8 and 9c per bushel for corn. Cotton U eh ppiug for
Li vor pi ol at ?? to 9-lGd, and jj?d is asked. Au A 1
BrltUk bark wat. taking for Liverpool at 9-16d. Tho
rates for Havre are 1 to L'.c per lb.
MEMPHIS. July 18 ?Cotton.?Transactions merely
nominal, aud quotations muohchanged. Factors and
buyers too wide apart in their vie*a for operations
Dates to 7th lasts t received in New York Cotton
-dull, and no further advance reported though pros
pects of peaco on the continent favorable. Market in
New York unaffected some 2460 bales sold to day at 35
to 37o for Middling; 2000 bales received.
WILMINGTON. July ?11 ?Turpentine.?No change
prices. Salea of 174 bals at $4 05 for virgin, $3 05 for It,
.yellow dip, snd %? 62>i for hard, per 280 lbs.
1 i'iniTs Toupkntine ?Market quiet. Salos of 76
bbls at 40 couts per gtllOi lor white.
Robin.?Sales of 21 bbls No. 2 at $2 67 to 3 75; 1C do
Jit $1 90 f'>r Oommon; 64 do at $4 35 to 6 for No. 1; and
70 do. at $6 for pale.
Bacon.?Kales of 1200 Iba N. O. cured at 20 cents per
lb for bog rouud.
' Baltimore Murk et.
BALTIMORE, July 10.?CorrEK?Has beon in active
?JunmiHi aud at improving prices. Tbe advance from
Che lowest point is considered equal to 2o, gold, per ib,
aud was principally witq medium quality of KIo. We
report sales of 1-2I.UJ bags Mo, ox-Oabral, supposed 12 y,o ;
836 bags, ex Hrotho e, at the. same figure, both gold, In
bond, t ti cfc at closo 16,427 bags Bio in first bands.
Fi/iuit.?Thero Is some inquiry for new Western and
Howard-street, bnt very little of either has yet reached
tho market, tho high prices current there for wheat ear
ly in the week, together with the scarcity ol water in the
streams, re'orded millers from working. Tho lato de
cline iu m beat aud rep-irtod rains will most probably put
their wheels in motion, and e.vly receipts may be antl
Slpatod. We rsport sales of 100 bbls Howard-street Hu
E r at to 75 to 10 per bbl, snd a fow hundred totalling
rands ?vithiu our range as follows:
Howard street Super and Cut Extra.$9 75?$10 00
Howard Btrcet Ixtra Shipping.11 50? 12 60
Boward street High Grades, retailing_13 00? 14 25
Howard Btreet family.U So? 15 50
Ohio t-uperand ( nt Extra..none.
Ohio Extra Shipping.10 60? 11 B0
Ohio Metalling.....".12 60? "'
Ohio Family.7,.14 00?
Northwester.. Super. 8 00?
Northw stern Extra.10 6t <T
City Mills Super. 9 00<L
Standard Extra.', . . .1125?
City Mills 8hlpplngbrmd??xirs....'.....13 60? U ?
Baltimore, Welch'? a Gr*enfleld Family. .16 00? 00 00
Baltimore high grado fcxtr?.16 00? 00 00
Bye Flour?now.6 00? 6 26
?Qorn Meal, Olty Mills and Brandy wins.... 6 00? 6 26
Grain?Wheat?7600 bushel* rod and only mo butiti
els wiiiii? uttered t'i.iiay. Market furiher declined, ?ltu
?ales of 6100 to GOO bushels red. including inferior,
damp und toiif. ?i lo'o, at ?2 to 2 26; fair tu good at $3 30
to 2 5>. aud primo to choice at $2 00 to ?I 70. >o sali*
of > lii'e report? i ; prUoa varying but slight y from rod,
tlior- being comparatively but little difference in tho
quality of the prin.nt cr->p. Corn?700 bushels yellow
ot.d ?8WI buahols white embraced tho uflbrlngs. Market
wan inactivo, with sa'ea or white at $1 10 to 1 IS, as to
quality; ltlOO buehHs yellow OS to 96 cts. vais?Sales
of 600 buahols at 68 to 66 cts lor heavy Western and
light Maryland. Wo a so report sales of 3oi.o bushels
Woatern, from store in lots, at 64 to 60 cts, including
Molasses?Tho market in quiet, and prices slightly
favor buyers. Wo quoto, viz : Porto Rloo 00 to T3 ots ;
Cuba Muscovado, 60 to 60 cts; Cuba, clayed, 43 to 60
ct"; English Island, 65 to 70 cts.
Provisions.?We still report a fair jobbing demard
for Bacon Sbonldera aud Sides, with aale? of bo former
at I7J, to 17X ceutH, and tbe latter 20K to 30J? conta?
bulk at tbe Inside figures Wo also notice, a salo o' 37
hlids Shoulders on irivato tonna. Bulk Mints are held
at 10,'.; cents for Shoulder?, and 1H.14' cents for Sido*.
A salo of 60 hids Short Middles waa roimrted at IB
cents. Lard la dull, and quotations nominal aa laat re
Salt.?With moderato jobbing demand wo quoto
prices ?t--ady, viz: for Liverpool Ground Alum $3 IS to
$3 36; Flue S3 to ?3 40. as to qmiity aud brand, per
sack; Rock $3" per ton; Turk's Island 00 cent? per
tiuoAii?Hoh been In good request, and holders show
a dispoHiilou to meet bujers. Wo roport to-day 7tKI
hlids Porto Rico, cargoes ('aroHno and Horatio, <m pri
vate terms. Wo roviuo quotation? as follows: Cuba and
English Ixland common to Rood refl>.lng, 10 to iu;?
en.ta, lour months; do do grocory, 11 to 13 cents, net;
do do priuio 12>, to <J cents, not; Porto Hico common
to good gi ocery, 1IJ<? to UM cent?, net; do primo lo
choice lit '< to H \ co?te, net; Uuvaua, No 13, ll\- cts,
four months. RcOtied Is steady at In-t quotatlous, viz:
For standard, cru.hod, powdered aud granulated. 16.??
cents; A white 16>, cents; Circle A do ir>>, cents; B no
15.!,' cents; O ext a 14J? cents; O yellow 14*. conts;
yo low 14 to 14 Vi cents pur pound.
Syrot.?Baltimore Qoldou bas declined ; now quoted
at 76 cents per gallon.
Whiskkv.?The markot Is still qnlot and nominal at
$3 20 to $3 37.
PHILADELPHIA, Jaly 19.?Cotton?The markot
continuos dull but prices are nnohanged. About 100
bales of Middling soid in lots at 36 to t>8o per lb.
Obooebicb?OofTee 1? (Irmly bold at an advance, bnt
we hear of no sales wortbv of notice. In Sugar there
la less doing; 160 hhds of Cuba sold at from 10 X to 12o
por lb, currency.
Flour?Tho market, as wo have noticed for aonio
time pas', col tlnuea very dull, there biing little orno
demand for export. Abont 8u0 bbls sold In lot? to tho
home trade, including:
Northwest superfine at.$ 7 25? 7 60
Northwett extra at. 8 00? 8.76
Northwest extra family at..10.00? 11.00
Pennsylvania and Western superfine at. 8 O @ 8.60
Ponnaylvanla and Western extra at. 8.76? 9.60
Pennsylvania and Western extra family at... 11.00? 12 00
Penn*ylvanla?nd Weatorn fancy at.?3.00(016.1,0
Rye flour at. 6 26? ?
Pennsylvania oorn ml at. 4.30? 4.39
Brandy wine corn meal, at.4.50(g) 4 60
Most holders of Flour aro free sellers within tho above
range of prices.
Onaiw.?The demand for wheat continues limited,
and tbe rocoipis light. About 800 bushels new Delaware
red sold at $3 70 to 3 80. as to quality. White continues
acaree; a small lot of old soldat $3 85. Rye has again
declined; 1000 bushels Pennsylvania ?old at $1 03 ' Corn
is duU and drooping; 6000 bUBhela prime yellow sold at
05 to i'Co aud 2000 bushela Weatern mixed at 90 to 91o
per bnshol. Oats are nnohanged; 1000 bushels Western
sold at 61 to 63o, and 1200 bushels Pennsylvania at 63 to
05c The receipts to-day are aa follows: 1076 bbls flour,
6650 bushels wheat, 49UO bushels corn, and 6900 bushels
I'novisiONs.?There la very little doing in tho way of
sales, bnt prices remain about tbe same aa laat quoted.
Smallaalea are making at $32 so to $33 perbblfornew
moss pork; 20 to 26c per lb for plain and fancy bacon
hams; 19 to 20c for pickled do; 10 to 16>.o for salt simul
acre; 33>.o for lard, aud 33 to 27o per lb for butter, m to
BxKim.?Flaxaeod continues In demand, with small
saUs at $3 40 per bushel. Timothy is qnoted $6 to
|l 35 per busheL In cluvorseod there la nothing doing;
we quote primo at $7 per 64 Iba,
Whiskey.?There la no change to notice In price or
demana; small aalea of bbls are making at 223 to 224o
fur Pennsylvania, and Ohio at 230c per gauon.
Now York Market.
The New York Journal of Commerce ot Friday, July
20th, says :
Money is plenty, and offered on call at 6 per cent.
National bank not s are loaned at 6 to 7 daya without
Interest. One of the government agents was taking
them at 1-10 of one per oent discount, aa was aupposod
to pay into tho Treasury for new Five-Twenties; bnt as
not so many of tbe bonds are now selling, this arrange,
mont appeara to bo temporarily stopped.
Gold Is hi.ibor and quite firm; the market opened
at 1 no.1,, fell off to 160, and advanced to 1S0X, closing at
Silver la steady at 6 to 8a be'ow tbe price of gold.
Foreign Exchange la heavy. Some of tbe leading
drawers fixed tbelr morning rate for 60 day sterling at
lou^i, bnt buyers were not offering even 100}?, and we
heard of sales bolow that figure; tbe market cloaing
tamely at our quotations We quote : Bills at 60 days
on London, 107), to 108 for commercial; 109 to 109\ tot
bankers'; do at short night, 11.i}? to 110>?; Paris at 60
dsys, 5 15 t 6 10; do at short sight, ft 10 to 6 07>. ?Ham
burg, 86K to 37>? ; Amsterdam, 40>, to 41; Frankfort,
41X to 42>?; Bremen, 18% to 79; Prussian thalers,
74 to 71>i.
NEW YORE, Jaly IS.?AbHES aro unchanged. We
quoto Pois at $8 25 to $8 37>., and PearU at $16.
Biieaostufks.?The market for 8tate and Weatern
Flour la a little more active, but at a decline of 10 to
25c. The cah 1? principally from the local trade The
Bales are 6900 bbls at $S 00 lo $7 60 for Superflue State;
$7 to $8 20 for common Kxtra State ; $8 26 to $9 90 for
choice do; $5 91) to $7 60 for ?upor?ue Michigan, In
diana, Ohio, Iowa, be, and $7 '0 to $9 10 for Extra do.
including ?hipping brande of round boon Ohio at $8 25
to $9 80, and trade b ands of do at $9 90 to $12 25;
Spring Wheat, Ht. Louis, at $10 60 to|$l2 25, and Winter
do at $12 60 to $16 50, closing heavily. We quote:
Superfino State.$6 90? 7 60
Extra ?tnte.7 10? 0 20
Super Western.6 0i)(g) 7 6
Extra Western.7 10? 9 10
Extra Ohio Ruund Hoop.8 26? 0 80
Extra oiuo Round Hoop (trade}.9 'JO? 12 25
Extra Gen-sen.0 00? 0 00
Extra ht. Louis.10 75?17 00
Southern t-r. un?Pricos are not held with so muob
flrmiie?s. Sales were mudo of 360 bbls at $9 65 to $11 40
for common, and $11 50 to $15 75 for extra and family
Canadian Flour?Has declined 10 to 20c. Wo notlc?
aaloB of 290 bbls at $8 60 to $9 90 for common, and $10
to $12 06 for ext- a branda
Rye Flour?Thero is but little Inquiry. Small lots
changed hands at $6 60 to $7.
Cons* Meal?Is In 1-ght demand at steady rates. Sales
wer? mado of 180 bbls Brady wiue at $6 25, and 60 pun
cheons at $26 35.
Wheat?The market is Inactive and prices are nomi
nally easier. Tbe aale? are 4000 bushels at $3 16 for
now No 1 Ml'waukee; $3 85 for new amber Jersey, and
$3 87 V, tot new amber Maryland.
h ye?la dull and declining; we notice sales of 3200
bushes Milwaukee at 95c.
IUiu.ev Aim B ARL.KV Malt?Are the same.
AT8 ?Rules quiet boavily. Sales were made of 43,
000 bushels at 60 to 610 lor Chicago, and 65o lor Mil
I onN ?Tho markot Is Arm, with a good business
doing. Tho sales are 130,000 bushels at 83 to 83>,o for
unsound new mixed Western; 84 ?o 84X? for sound do,
aud choice high mixed nearly yeUow at 85o, closing at
84?o for prime shipping pawls
Ooffeb ?There Is a fair inquiry at fall rates. We
do not 1-arn of any tror faction- being consummated.
Cotton.?There is a good demand for the high grades
largely for export, at flrury bald ratos. Tbe low grades
are dull and heavy. Thesales are 3100 bales. We quote:
Upland. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Oood Ordinary....31 33 32 33
Low Middling.....33 34 34 85
Middling.86 87 87 88
Oood Middling_38 39 89 40
Hal?Is In fair request at 60 at C5o for shipping, and
65 to 9U0 for retail qualities-.
Hi bs?Aro qulot to-day. Holders are firm In tbelr
Hofb?We do not learn of much business doing.
The sales are at full fluures, and Include 70 bales at 16
to 65o for American, and 66 to 73o for Belgian and Bava
Molasses.?The market is more active. Prices of
prime grados aro steady, while tbe poorer kinds are
heavy. Tbe soles include 3 0 hhde Barba oes at 60|to
63e; 250 hhds i orto Rico at 63o, and 20 hhds at 80s.
Naval Stores.?Trade Is very light to-day, and only a
jobbing b" Binons is quoted at pricos which show no ma
Oils.?Linseed la mo?o active; 16,000 gallons sold on
p. t ; crusher's price, $180 to 181 Lard oil la dull and
heavy at ?1 60 to 180.
PxrROLEUM?There Is a little more doing, and prices
are in the tellers favor. Bales wero made of 8000 bb a
refined, in bond, at 37>. to 38o, and 1000 bbls do. for
August delivery, b. o., at40o. We quote crude at 33>?
Provisions?Pork?The market la dnll and ho ivy.
Tbe tales are 3260 bbls at $3112 X to 31 3D* for m can,
cash and regalar way, closing at $81 26 cash; $29 60 to
29 75 for '64 to '65 mets, and $26 76 to 37 60 for prime,
also for future delivery luOO bbls meas, for September
delivery b. b. on private terms
Bur?la In fair request. We notice sales of 386 bbls
at fil 'o ?l tur piatu VVe.luiii mum,, au l tf Ji 6u to ?'24 M
tur extra d?.
Bekf Hams?Are dull ?nd Dominai at $10 or Westorn.
Bacon Kides?'1'hoio Is i tit lltUo inquiry. Wo do not
learn of any ralos of importarlo?.
Cut M bats-Aro firmly held. Sales wen? mado ot
800 pbgs at 17 to 20o for hams In dry salt and snoot
pi? klo, aud 13\ to lOo fir- ah u'der? In do.
Labo?Roma us without uhaugo. Tho sales includo
330 tea and bbl? at i H m lu fr No 1 to kettlo-rondered
cltv. aud 30 to 2t)Ji? fur Wertem.
BuTTKit.?Tbn market Is still dull and heavy for all
kinds Mr? pt very choli-p MUln. which Is ?arco
Ciicrsc?Is onmlnu fu?w?ril *n?-y treely, and Is hard
to dlnpuse of without ooui-esahili in price.
Hams V lb 17 ? 20
Hh<iiild?iN. 13H? 10
W.m.rn... Uli ? 83
HUlo dairy 30 ? 40
prllun.... 8 <3 10
Ijtrrt. 18 (tt\ ?oy.
Now Moa?. :ii lai.dDUi m it
Prime. 20 70 6027 60
Prime Me??-, <jj
Brof, bbls ?
Now Plain. 16 (HI 6021 M
New Extra. 2160 M24 611
Ititts?Thorn Is a fnlr call for Rangoon In bond at
steady prices. Tim aalim am 1HIM bags at 3,'i to 8>?o
gold Hiiio.ll lots of do freo ara changing Irmih at [)\
SriniTs?Tho hot weather scums to urea to a demand
for brandies. Wo notice sales in Jobbing way footing
up ?. follow?; Jiilen Kiibiii k Co. 05 '; and 30 ii at
$5 65, gold; an invoice of 40 >< and 60 ',', to arrive, on
Ii. t. Also, an Invoice OUrd from wharf, on tornm not
mown, said to bo about $6 40, gold. Honncssy brandy
la scarce. Gin?23 ?? pipes grapo loaf gin at $6 curiou
cy. Hum iionlcclod.
Winks?Gcod demand In a small way; 25 JjJ, 40 !,' Ru
dolph, 16 crown Marseilles sborry Ht former figuro?;
211 Si R. port $3 currency; GO ?V Glrurd'a best puro
Juico $2 25 currency ; 200 claret ti 75 gol 1.
e I'ti.Mi.?Raw Is more active, but at uui-hanged rates.
We quoto fair to good reuutug at 1U?? to lu;.?c. Wo
notice sbIob of 1609 lihds Ouba at lt))i to 13o for Cuba;
60 buds Porto Rico at \l)? to UH'c. and 800 boxes
Havana, part at ll>io. Thoro Is an nctlvo demand for
rollued at woll maintained prices. Wo quoto solt yollow
all3?i to 16c; soft whltoat 16l?to IG.-, and crushod,
powdorod and granulated at 10 '.,'c.
Taiaow.?Thore is fair inquiry for export. Tho sales
aro 140.000 pounds at li>? to l2Jg.
bTssniNE?Is about the same. Sales were mado of
60,000 pounds at 20 to 22,'?o.
Gdbare?Tho sales include 28,000 pounds at 10 to
Teas.?Tht re la moro inquiry for large parcels, as well
as an Increased trade demand. Prices aro firmer. A
salo to-day of 400 half chests groens brought vtry full
Whiskey?la In limited request at $2 20 to 2 26. free.
Sales 350 bbls bonded at 35o.
FnEioHTB.? i o Liverpool, 40,000 busholB corn at 4J?
to 4>4d; and per stoa.-uor, 300 Dales cotton at >id; 1400
boxes cheoBe at 20s. To London, 60 hhds tobacco at 2ba;
600 bbls oil cake at 16?; 0000 staves at 40s. A bark to
Queonstown for orders, with corn, st 4s. 9d.
( Corr rrpond? nee of the Journal of Commerce.)
HAVANA, July 14.?Sugar market inactive, with prlcos
for whites through at 6 to $7 per 100 lbs; yollows, Nos
13 to 20. at 3 87>i to $5 60 do; brown?, Nos 11 to 12. at
3 25 to $3 60 do; cucuruchos, Nos 6 to 10, at 3 to $3 2j
do. Muacovadoes?Sales of fair refining at 2 50 to $3 25
do. Shipped this woek, heneo aud from Matanzas,
40,140 boxes. 2250 hhds, of which for New ?ork, 3222
boxea 006 hhds; Boston, 2176 boxes 414 hhds; Philadel
phia, 408 boxos ?80 hhds; Baltimore, 1654 boxes; New
Orleans, 2426 box?*a 40 hhds ; stock In Doth ports, 450,
692 ?jotos 9062 hbds. Molasses?Few transactions; tor
clayed 6J? to 6>? reals per keg; muscovado 63?to7>?
Exchanges?London 60 days' Bight 19 >? to 10 )i pre
mium. Paris do 6,V to 6 Ji do. V. H. currency do 26 to
27 discount. American gold 6 premium.
Foreign Financial and Commercial.
liONDOlf HONET HABK2T.
The discount demand at the Bank is of the full aver
ase character. On the Stock Exchange advances are
offered at 0>i per cant. Consols, in spite of some ten
dency to reaction st the opening, closed strong, snd sn
impression prevails that the worst difficulties are likely
to bo soon surmounted. The Bank rate is unchanged.
Overond, Gurney k Co. sre about to forward certificates
of Indebtedness to their creditors.
LrvxmrooL,, Saturday, July 7?A. M.?Bukadstdits.
?Mesara. Richardson, frpeoce k Co. report: Flour
heavy snd 3d to 41 lower. Wheat very dull and 4d to
ed lower. Corn Inactive and Is to la 6d lower. Prloos
of all articles nominal.
PaovuuoNs.?The same circular reports: Beef quiet
Pork firm. B-icon very dull. Lard flat and nominal.
Oheeso easier. Tallow quiet and 6d lower.
PnonucE?Tbe Brokers' Circular reports: Afhes?
small tales at 38s 6d to 28s 9d for Pota Sugar quiet and
steady. Coffee quiet. Bloe easier. Linseed?No sales.
Cod OU?No sales. Linseed Oil dull and nominal.
Boaln quiet at 6s 6d to 8s 9d for common American.
Bplrlta Turpentine esaler; American 41s. Petroleum
quiet and steady at Is 10 to la lid for refined.
Moiars. Barings' Circular report?: Breadstuff? quiet
aud easior. Iron quiet at ?.6 for rails and bars, and 66s
for Scotch Pig Sugar quiet and steady. Coffee firm.
Tea easier. Rice quiet Linseed?Only small sales.
Linaeed Cakes dull. LlnBood OH quiet at 35s 9d to 37a.
Tallow quiet. Spirits Turpontino flat at 43s 6d. Petro
leum quiet and steady at fa lid for refined. 8porm Oil
steady at ?133.
BATEST VIA QUEEN8TOWN.
LivBnroor,, Saturday, July 7?P. M.?Cotton.?Sales
to-day 7000 bales, including 1000 bales to speculator? and
exporters. Market dull and lower, tho Improvement on
Friday bavins been lost, owing the probable failure
of peace negotiations. Middling Uplands are quoted
st about 1-4.1.
Bbkaobtupfs are firmer, but sales small.
London, Saturday, July 7?P. M.? United States Five
Twenties are declining, owing to the largo shlpmouts
The dosing prices are 66 Ji to 67. Consols for money
87>i to87?,'. Erie shares. 88 to 38>?; Illinois Central
shares, 76 X to 76>j.
McCall's Circular reports Breadstuff? inactive and
nominally considerably lower.
. onalgnsas per Sooth Carolina, itatlroad,
317 bales Cotton. 14 baloa Yuro, 79 bags Grain, 13
cars Lumber, and Sundries. To Johu Fraser & Co, W
Roach, Adams, rrost & Co, Clacius k Witte. E N Fuller,
E 3 wies s Co, Hastie, Calhoun At Co, II L Jeffers k Co,
G H Walter k Co, Marshall, Besch k Co, W Lobby. E B
Rodders k Co, Lieut Col Qiluioro, Kanapaux k Laluuo,
J M Oaldwoll k Sons, Ravouel k Barn we 11, 3 k 3 V
Ktrkpatrlck, G W Williams k Co. Wardlaw A; Carow,
0 & S itatlroad, City Railroad, Wharton & Falsch, Willi?
Per steamship Quaker City, for New York?Miss F
Cochran, Miss A Le-vls, Misa 8 Smith, Miss Graco Poix
ott I, J E Con diet. ? H Cole, H A Bogel, Wm Camighan,
E J Witz and lady, M A l-'risby, W B Dully. Il L Bruns.
J R Read, W Barrel, Charles Sinklar, F Allston, G Da
vis, T G iiosg, J Ottclengul, G Little, M Plllsbury, Miss
Ryburl, Miss BuUen, Gen U Til'sou, lady and daughter,
Lieut Col J T Collins. O V Chamborlaio, Gen O K Gra
ham and lady, Mrs L M Thtyer sod 2 children. M Wil
liamson, lady, 2 children and nurse, Miss E Smith, Miss
1 Ring, Mrs Richards and child, Mrs 0 Wosloy and child,
Joseph Taylor aud lady, Mr Cassard, G Dougy, s A
Qulgloy, and 16 in steerage.
Per steamer Gen Hooker, from Misto?O Blyden,
lady snd daughter, T A Boynard, u A Whaiey, and 8 in
FHASE8 OW TBE MOON.
LastQ. 6th, 10h 21m. morniFirBtQ. 19th,10h.24m.morn
NewM. 12th, 0j. 15m. morn| full M. 27tb,10b.63m. morn
1..47 I 4.. 8
7..41 ?.. 2
29'Sunday. 6..13 7.. 0 8..20 8..46
POUT OP CllAftlattSTON.
Arrived Hatmilny. [July 21
Hteamcr Geu'l Hooker, Torrent, Misto. Mdzo. To
O L GuiUeaumo. and others.
BELOW, AT QUARANTINE,
Br bark B F Shaw, of Nassau, N P, from tbo Wot t In
dies. In ballast.
Cleared Saturday. [July 21
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York?Ravenel k Co.
Went to Hon. Saturday. [July 21
Steamship Quakor Olty, Wost, New York.
Went to Sea Yesterday. f July 22
Bohr John T Williams, Wyman, Georgetown, 8 0.
From this Port.
Span brig Temas,-, Port Mshon, Juns 23.
Up for this Port.
Steamship Star of the South, Reed, Baltimore, to Sail
July 26. I
Cleared for this Port.
Hto?mship Cambria. Frsnoh, st New York, July 10.
BVeamship Johu Gibaos, Young, at Baltimore, ?July 10
E. LOUIS LOWE,
(Formerly of Mai viand,)
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
NO. 06 WALL-STREET,
NKW YOKK CITY.
July 10 mw8?
WILBUR & SON,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALES BOOMS,
Nos. IS and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 and
OKARLESTON', S. O.
April 3 mwi lyr
COUfiTENAY & TRENHOLM,
(LATE OF NEWBEBBY 0. H., 8. 0.,)
IITTILL CONTENUE BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON, Ar
And will bo pleased to see their friends at
NO. IB BOYCE'S WHAUF.
WM. A. COUItTENAY. P. 0. TBENHOLN.
GEO. E, PR1TCHETT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON? S. O.
Maroh S ' fotos?
WILLIS & CH1S0LM, "
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
VfJXLX. ATTEND TO THE PUB6HASB, SALB ANI
TV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestio Porta) o
OOTTON, BICE, L?MBEB and NAVAL ?TOBES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. C.
%. WILLIS.A. B.0HI8OL*
ARCHIBALD GETTF & CO.,
SMuping and Coinmission Hercbanfs,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
AND 128 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. Q.ttjr.E. A. Bonder.0. X. Bonder.
ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO,,
Factors and Auctioneers,
No. 201 EAST BAY,
OHA11LE8TUI., 8. C.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
No. aoi EAST BAY,
OHA-RXESTON, 0- O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BBOKERAQK WITB
tholr a EN K HAL OOMMI8SION BUSINESS, and
are now prepared to procure FBEIOHTS and Oll Ali
TEisB. Masters of v?asela having no direct Oonalgneet
can also obtain Freights or Charters by applying?
OEO. A. HOPLEY b CO.
MOTTET, BUCHET b CO.
WM. P. HALL.
MOBDEOAI b CO.
ItAVENEL b CO.
MA KM HALL. BEACH & CO.
WILLIS b OHISOLM.
JOS. H. BISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC,
No. HO EAST BAY,
CORN Kit OF ACCOMMODATION WJ1AAF.
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO,,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET.
OOUNTBY OBDEBS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GKROO IE IR/I IE3 S.
CEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOOLD HTSPEOTFULLY INFOBM THEIB OUB
To M EH r and the public tbat, in addition to then
WHOLESALE IND BETAIL GBOOERY at the corn*?
of King and ( isorgo streets, tht>y have now opened t
WHOLESALE 1ND COMMISSION HOUSE at Mo. 11
Vendue Bange, ?here they will be able to afford theli
onntomera oitva facilities. Tholr Arm will comprit?
oro. w. nirraa,,..?, o. BonHxn....x? BBSDEHSBse.
Maroh 18 *n
S. J. TOWN8END.I. H. HUDSON.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
soLioiTORS irr e^ttittt,
BBNNBTTSVILliE, 8. C.
WILL ATTEND TO BD8IKESS IN THE DI8T11I0T8
of Marlboro', Cheaterflcld, Darlington and
Marlon. 8mos July 6
M. M. QUINN & BROa,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
HO. 537 KINO-HTBEKT,
OH A RLBSTON, S- C,
Ma. 137 BIIOAD-STIIEET,
The latest Issues of the press always on band.
Subscriptions rooelTod and Goods dollvoredor foi
carded by Mall or Express.
AU CASH OBDEBS will be promptly attended to.
Fehrnary 27 It
Arrivals by Sts. Moneka and Saragossa.
DBS BAOUL & LYNAH HAVE RECEIVED BY IHR
above steamers a largo and sttleot aupply wf PER
FUMER? AND FANO? ABTIOLFB. Also, CONOBE88.
EMPIBE \ND COLUMBIA WATF.BS and a tall assort
ment ot PATENT AND OTHKtt MEDICINES.
J. F. W. WALTER,
WILL GIVE IIIB ATTKNTION TO THE
RENTING OF HOUSES
COLLECTING OF AC00UNT8 GENERALLY.
Ofllco No. 26 Broad-street.
Residence No. 82 Beaufdln-ntrpnt. Imp July 17
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY*
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Jloney, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN
TUE CITX FREE OF
H. B. PLANT,
Prosldent, Augnsta, G a.
C. K. HTJGEB,
No. 137 MEETING'S^
CIIAHLKSTUN. 8. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE * STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON A WOOD WORK MACHINERY}
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILPER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, ?so?
KB- Bepresentedby Mesara. M. E. JESSUP b CO..
A. S. H?LL, Agent,
8. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHEBE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, CAS
SIMEBE8 AND VESTING? can be had, together
with a choice .assortmentsf
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MUSLIN 8HIBTS, made; ordor. In any
y le that may be desired. .
MR. JOHN T.FLYNN
Will give bis special attention to the
As nsnal. lyr Jane t
A RELIGIOUS AND LITERARY
W EEKL Y,
EDITED AND PUBLISHED AT CLINTON, SO. CA..
FOR ONLY $1.25 PER ANMJM.
FIVE COPIES $3.00.
BUSINESS CARDS OF 1J SQUARES INSERTED
AT *10 PER ANNUM.
REV. WILLIAM P. JACOBS,
CLINTON, S. O.
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
FLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
r 0 nghont. The travelling puMlo, transient visitors, or
1 ers will find In It all i)<e luxuries ol a URST-CLASS
I TABLI8HMENT. combined with the comiorta of
The location is one o.'tbe most airy and pleasant for
1 mmer. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this
oaltbfnl exercise Is attached. No pains or expense
p ared to give entire satisfaction.
May 13_F. OPDEBEECK.
THIS F1BST-0LASS HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED aud newly furnlsued, Is now ojien for the
eoeptlon of the travelling puhllo.
G. McGIHLEY, Proprietor.
May 23 2 ?
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers having loasod this favorite house, It
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And Is bow prepared with the most perfect
appointments for the reception of guests.
The first position among first-class Hotels will b?
maintained In tbo future, as In the past.
Mav_8moa_UaKkb it FABLET
?tonez. * ?>* "<?ausnth want ecu tu
jH?O ??il a new ind wonderlnl HEWING MACH?N?
tAeota/yotieap'nieiloensod. Addrea* SHa vt e% CLARK
BttUatcca Mala. aspiownw 1*