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The Dailv News.
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 18GC.
CO M M E KO I AL.
Exports for tile Weah ending July ?0.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Amelia-895 bales Upland Cot
ton, 2417 hols Kosh).
NASSAU-Per sehr ?rapo 8hot-28,000 foot Pino Lum
.0ARDENA8-Per brig L T Knight-165,354 feet Pitch
Pino Lumber, 1 bblltlco.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Quaker City-220 bales Up
land and 0 tuile? 8 I Cotton, h0 bbls Rosin, 10 bales
.Yorn, 12 halos Woolens, 97 bnudlia Paper, 07 Empty
Bbls, 30 packages Sundries, 4u paokagCB Vegetable's
THE CHARLESTON M A It. IC ET.
[FUS THE WEKK ENDINO THUK6DAT, JOLT 26, 18G?.]
COTTON.-Tho transactions in tho ?tapio slnco our
last weekly report have been oztremoly limited, holders
of stocks only selling when buyers exhibited a willing
ncBB to pay Iho prices demanded, this being the caso
particularly In the class of cottons above Low Mid
dling, which aro hold with much firmness, and which
bad an upward tendency during most of tho
week, until tho decllue, per Scotia, was publish
ed, which dows has for a timo suspended tho
disposition to a rise in tho bettor grades, whllo ils
depressing ollcct has bcou folt moro decidedly in
the lower qualities On Friday, the 20th inat., there
being but little good cotton on tho market and the In
ferior quallticB not In much demaud, thero was bul 19
bales of Middling sold at 33c per lb. On Saturday 100
bales changed bauds at full prices for tho better gradea,
say 33c for Middling and 35o for Btrlct Middling Cot
ton, but tbo transactions in tho common qualities ex
hibited vory Irregular rates. On Monday the market
for good Cotton had on.upward tendency, and bolders
In somo casos made eales at 33o per lb. for Low Mid
dling, 34c to 35c per lb. for Middling, and 30o per lb. for
Strict Middling Cotton, about 00 bales being sold dur
ing the day. On Tuesday the European news was ex
pected, and there was no eales. On Wednesday the de
clino In tau Liverpool market, per Scotia, was publish
ed, but owing to the light stock and tbe flrmnoss of
holders, it? only apparent effect waa to cause an almost
entire anapenslon of bualnesa during the day, the sales
being confined to soma eight baies at unchanged
prices. Yesterday thero waa a good Inquiry, with sales
of 100 bales at easier pri?es, and In somo lntances about
one cent d?clina, but generally the transactions were
.on a basis of 91 to 92o. j er lb. for Low Middling, and 35c.
per lb. for Strict Middling Cotton. The market belog
somewhat irregular, we omit quotations.
Sea Island Cotton.-Tbo market lias beon quiet, and
we could learn of no sales during tbe week. .". ?
COTTON STATEMENT. ^
S.It'ld. Upld. Bice.
'Stock on hand Sopt. 1. 1865. S62 1610 100
/Becol'ts from Sept 1,'65 to July 18/66, 6823 99841 3661
'Receipts from July IB to July 25, '66 10 866 85
Total Receipts.6695 102307 3846
Exports. S. Pd. Up'd. Rice.
From Sept. 1, '66, to July 10, '66 6508 97172 2842
?"rom July 20,65, to July 20,66 6 1168 -
5514 ?8330 2842
JToUl exports.6514 98330 2S42
'Stock on band and on shipboard. 181 8077 1004
BICE_The receipts during the week were confined to
85 tierces cloan Carolina from Georgetown, 8. C. Bales,
.which are confined to small parcels for local oonaump
<tion, are at about previous rates, say 12 to 13>?o per lb.
for common to good Carolina cloan Rico.
NAVAL STORES.-The receipts during the week bave
? amounted to about 800 bbls. Rosin and 168 bbls. Spirits
'Turpentine. There was a sala of oxtra White Ho Bin at
$6.60 per bbl., but the general quotations are aa follows :
.Pale, $5 to $6.60; No. 1. $4 to $6; No. 9, $2 to $2.60;
No. 8, $2; Common Black, $1.60 to $1.65. Stock of
Rosin light. Thora has been 200 bbls. Spirits Turp?n?
tine disposed of, part of which sold at 60o. per gallon.
.Crude is selling at $3 to $4, the latter price for Virgin.
.No Tar on tho market.
HAY.-The receipts of tbe week have been light, say
? 270 ba es of North River, from New York, per steamer.
We are informed of transactions In this grado of Hay at I
- $1.16 per hundred, which is a Blight improvement on
previous buIm. There is, however, an ample stock on
Thero has been no arrivals of Eastern, and the sales
have been only In a retail way.
CORN.-There has been but 7000bushels received
. since our last report. Early in the week the depression
?in tbe Baltimore market caused a dull fooling here, but
for several days thero has been a goo* demand with an
Improved feeling in the market. We learn of sales of
.'White Maryland Corn at $1.45 for Common to $1.60 for
? Good, por bushel weight, bags Included. A very prime
. article would probably bring a higher price. Yellow
Maryland has been sold at $1.30 per bnsbel weight,
bags included. There has been no arrivals of Mixed
. Oom during the week.
OATS.-Thero has been no receipts or wholesalo
transactions in this grain during the week. The mar
ket continues heavy and overstocked, with only a small
FLOUR.-The reoeipts of Northern and Western
brands from Now York, by steamer, continuo fair,
while they are quite light from Baltimore Thero is a
steady demand for tho better qualities, at about pre
vious prices-say $9.60 to $10 per bbl. for Super, and
$11 to $12 per bbl. for Extra Flour. Baltimore Flour
eells at higher rates.
BACON.-Tho receipts and stock of Sides and
; Shoulders continue light, and holders are firm at 17 >,'c.
for common to 10c. por pound lor prime Shoulders;
. Olear Ribbed Bides 22o. to2a>?o. per pound; Horns
. Q4c. to 28o per pound, as in quality.
SALT.-Thero continues a good demand for this arti
. Ole, and holders continue firm at $3.40 to $2.60 per sack
for common Liverpool.
TIMBER AND LUMBER_Tbe ?took of these articles
-continue good, and prices remain about aa previously
.quoted, say $5 to $10 per M for common; $11 to $14
for good, and $16 to $18 per M for prime shipping Tim*
-her. Steam-iawed Lumber is Boiling at $20 to $25
FREIGHT8-To Liverpool dull, at Kd. for Upland and
Id. per lb. for Sea Island Cotton ; 4s. per bbl. on Rosin.
-To New York, by steamer, %c. per lb. on Upland Cot
ton and 76c. per bbl. on Vegetables. By Miling vessel,
??c. per lb. on Upland Cotton and $1 per ton on old
EXCHANGE.- Sterling BlUs .aro silling at 700 to 725
:to the ponnd sterling, for Sixty day Billa. Domestic
Exchango remains without change. Sight Oheoks on
New York are purchased by the Banka at y? off; 10 to 16
? days, M off; 20 to 25 days, 1 V o off; 80 days, 1>? off; 60
.days, IU, off. They iel) Sight Cheeks on New York at
ii prem. Private drawers are purchasing Bight Chocks
At par, and soiling at >? prem.
GOLD.-There was a fair demand yestorday, with but
a limited supply offering. The broker? were buying at
-l8 and selling at 40.
AUGUSTA, July 25.-Cotton.-There has been no
?change In the market to-day. We continue to quote 28
-to 82 cents.
Financial.-Thors bss be#n a good demand for Gold
to-day. Brokers buying at 148 and selling at 160. Silver
buying at 140, and selling at 1 8.
MOBILE, July 21_Corrow-The markot opened to
day at yeatordaj'a quotations, and up.to lato lu tho fore
noon 200 bales changed hands at those figures. The
steamer's nows, with advice? of the lOtb, with more fa
vorable reports, had the effect ot stiffening prices, and
salos were made at least lo advance in prices, particu
larly on grado? from Low Middling up.. The former
S nal It inn are abundant and factors wiling sellers of
lem, but not mo with the higher grades. The above
?teamcr's news, compared with the but quotations, ?how
*? tdT'nCe ?? Wd ?sd a buoyant market in con?equenco
ox the increased prospects of peace, Snonld the nrmls
-Uoa reported result In a settlement of existing dlfflonl
ties we can eco no reason why American cotton should
not advance in Liverpool.
Wo aro fortified in this belief by tho'able circular pub
lished from there this morning. The averago weekly
supply from this side is at present comparatively vory
small, and much below the averago consumption before
tho war, and as the supply from tho growing crop cau
not possibly be gotten to that market beiore late lu tho
year, the stock will havo boen reduced so much m to
warrant tho conviction expressed in this circular, that
prices mtiBt advanco with tho demand for tho Ameri
can ?tapio. Tho sales of the day foot up 650 balos, 200
of which wore made on a basis of yesterday's quota
tions, and 100 on an advanco basts of 3i to 330 for Mid
Monetary and Financial-Wo havo no report from
Gold in Now York to-day, but the condition of the New
Otleans market as reported through private- dispatchos,
and tho favorable advices from Govorumont Securities
in Europoi would Indicate, a fall in the Now York mar
ket. We notice a depression in prices hero with closing
quotations 147,'i to 149. Littlo doing. Consols and
Flve-twontlcs havo advanced on tho other sido, but wo
have no report of the Bank rate aud presume that it re
main? unchanged. In Dornest lo Excbango a modoratu
business Is reported, but no engagements for Cotton
sal? ? to-day. The BankB and Bankers continuo to check
at par, and aro buying ontsido billa At '4 to }i discount
Ster ing is nominal. Now Orleans sight par to '?' dis
Noiv Orleans market.
NEW ORLEANS, July 20.-Cotton-Tho movement
was hardly as activo to-day, the demand being checked
by tho limited supply and poor assortment offering, as
well as by tho pretensions of factors, but still tho sales
summed up 1000 bales, eight brokers pirtiolpating in
the business. Wo havo no material change to notice in
prices, but, on tho whole, tho advantage was on the
side of the sellers, particularly with regard to the bet
ter qualli les. ordinary and inferior selling at Irregular
rates disproportionately low compared with tho higher
grades. We now quote low ordinary at 20 to 23c. ordi
nary at 25 to 28o, low middling at 83 to 84c, and mid
dling at 3C to 3Co. Tho sales for tho past three days
amount to 3600 balos, making an aggregate for tho week
ol 0700, agalust 6000 last week.
The stock has also been reduced by fur thor shipments
on planters'account, which of course are not included
in the sales reported. The receipts propor for tho week,
excluding the arrivals from Mobile, Florida, and Texas,
which are Included in their respective statements, com
prise 1886 balos, agoTnst 26<i7 last week, showing a do
oraaao of 1121 balos. The wook's exports embrace 0400
bales. 2395 of which wero to foreign ports, and 7104
statement of cotton.
Stock on hand Sept 1st, 1860.bales.. 83,239
Received to-day. 424
Cloarod to-day for Now York.. 708
Stock on band. 08,883
S?oah aud Molasses-Thero havo not been any ro
celpts since yesterday. Tbe market is bare of the pro
duction of Louisiana, but is well supplied with that of
Cuba. Extreme dullness continues to prevail, however.
There was not a sale worthy ot note to-day, and only a
small retail business was done, at 16 to 16>? and 16>?o
for prune to choice Porto Rico Sugar, l7o for yellow
clarified Cnba, and 17>ic per lb tor white do. Thero is
no demand for round lots of Cuba Molasses. It la re
tailing at 65o per gallon. The principal sales for the
week are confined to 241 bhds Porto Rico In two lota,
on private terms, and 1 hbd Inferior Louisiana, on the
landing, at Be per lb. The principal sales of Molasses
comprise 00 bhds Cuba rebolled at 45c; 100 bhds and
300 bbls Cuba, raw, on private terms, and 27 bbls good
common Toras at 45c per gallon. Week's receipts 68
bhds Sugar and 46 bbls Molasses, Louisiana produc
tion. Cleared, 22 hbds, 134 bbls Sugar, 62 bbls Molasses.
The foreign importa comprise 2220 boxes, 40 hbds
FnEionxs-There Is not much doing, but the rates
are firm at ?i to ??c per lb for cotton, and 70o per bbl
for floor by steam for Now York; >io per lb for cotton
by sall for New York and Boston; >i to 9-1 Gd for cotton
by sall for Liverpool, and 1 to 1 }? for Harre.
G ALVESTON, July 14.
This Year. I6G0-61.
Stock on band 1st Sept. 1805.18,857 8,168
Received at this port this week. 888 -
Received at this port previously.146,072 114,624
Received at otuor ports.22,080 28,261
Franco. 1789 8040
Other Continental ports. 8014 12315
Mexico. 120 -
New Orleans,. 44,143 81,184
Havana. 80 - i
Philadelphia. ?- 118
New York.69,091 20,167
Boston.. 8094 25,991
Total Exporta 170.387 140,689
On hand and?n shipboard.... 7010 464
WILMINGTON, July 20.-Tuwsntine-No chango in
prices, and market steady. Palea of 416 bbls at $4 OG
for virgin, f3 00 for yo Ho* dip, and $1 62 X for bard,
per 280 bbls.
Spirit? Tom'sntine-Salea of only 14 bbls, at 41o per
gallon for white. [Sales on Tuesday evening, not be
fore reported, of SO bbls at 40c, and 60 do at 41c. ]
Robin-Sales of 28 bbls No 2 at 92 75, tax paid ; 02 do
at S2 3'; and 468 bbls No 1 at $4 20, 4 76, 6 to 0 35
latter price for extra, and 82 60 for opaque.
Cotton-Sales of a small lot (S bales) at 83 cents for
Lumber-River-One raft of floating boards sold to
day at f20 per M.
BALTIMORE, July 23.-OoFFEK_No sales; market
qui at but firm at unchanged figures, viz: Fair to good
Rio 16>i to 17 H conta; prime to choleo do 18% to 19>i
oi-nta-, Lagnayra l8 to l8Ji cents, and Java 26 to 27 cents
per lb, gold.
Cotton.-A better inquiry to-day, but holders aro de
manding an advanco, and we bear of no sales. Upland
middling is held at 37 cents, ordinary 29 to 30cents, and
good ordinary 81 to 82 cents per lb.
Flour.-We still note an inactive market and limited
transactions Salea in lota of 400 to 600 bbls Sapor and
Extra within tho rango of quotations, viz:
Howard street Super and Cut Extra.$9 75? $10 25
Howard street b xtra Shipping.11.60? 13 60
Soward street High Grades, retailing.... l8 00? 13 60
Howard street family.14 60? 16 00
Ohio Super and cut Extra.?.... 9 60? 10 00
Ohio Extra Shipping.10 60? 11 60
Ohio Belaning.13 50? 18 00
Ohio Family.14 00? 16 00
NorthweHtaru Super.8 08? 9 00
Nortbwi stern Extra.,.10 6c? 11 6J
City Milla Super.9 20? 10 00
City Milla Shipping brands Extra.13 60? 14 00
Baltimore. Welch's b Greenfield Family..16 00? 00 00
Baltimore high grade Extra.16 00? 00 00
Bye Flour-new.6 76? 6 00
Corn Meal. City Mills and Brandy wine.... 6 00? 6 60
Quain-Wheat-Tho offerings on 'Change this morn
ing foot np abont 11,000 bushels; the market opened
with a very brisk demand, and the whole supply was
readily taken at $3 60 to $2 60 for common to fair whlto,
82 70 to $3 for good to choice do, and at $3 62 to $2 66
for good to choleo red. Corn was In limited supply ;
sales of white at $ 1 02 to $110, and yellow at 93 to 94o.
Oats-Now Maryland and Virginia sold at 60 to 03c,
weight; no Western offering. Bye we quote at $116 to
$1 20 por bushel.
MoLiasxa-No sales to-day; market quiet at 60 to 73c
for Porto Blco, 60 to COc for Muscovado, 43 to 60o for
Oeba cliyed, and 65 to 70a per| gallon for English
Provisions-There la still some little Jobbing demand,
bnt the general tone of the market is du 1. We continue
to q lote Bacon Shoulders at 17J? to l7>;o, do Sides 20>?
io 20}?o, and Hams 23 to 26o for sugar-cured. Bulk
Meats IGo tor Shoulder*, and lBc for Hides. Mess Pork
$ ia 50 per bbl. Lard 31 to 21>?o for Western In bbl?
and tierces, and 22 % to 33o per lb In kegs.
Sooar-The market ia fairly active under a stood in
qulry, and prioes continue very firm. We quote fair to
good refining at 10J? to Ho; common Moiasses do at 10
to io ?io? fair to good English Island grocery ll>? to
llKo. do prime \%)i to 13xo, and good to choice Porto
Biro M'/, to 14^o per lb, with sales of 65 bhds of tbe
latter description. Also 138 bhds fair to good English
Island on private terms.
Salt-Small sales to the trado at $3 30 to 3 35 for
Ground Alum, and $3 10 to 8 40 per sack for Liverpool
Fine Turks Island from sion- Is held at COo per bush.
Whhket-Is neglected except in small quantities.
We quote Western at $2 26 to $3 26, and Country at
12 20 to 3 23 per gallon.
PHILADELPHIA, July 38.-Cotton-There Is less
doing, but prices are without change; small sales of
middlings are reported at 86@38o ? lb for Upland and
Groceries-Sugar la unohinged; 151 bhds Coba sold
at lOKo V U>, currency. Coffee is firmly held at full
prices, but we bear of no sale* worthy of notice.
Flour-Tbe market continuos very d.ill, there being
little i r no demand for export, bnt price* remain about
tbe same as last quoted; 600 bbls sold in lot* to the
home trade, including:
Northwest superfine at.% 7.00? 7.25
Northwest extra at.,.8 00? 8.60
Northwest extra family at. 9.60?U.OO
Pennsylvania and Western superfine at.7.6f? 7 76
Pennsylvania and Western extra at.8.76? 0 00
Pennsylvania and Western extra, family at.. .I0.6o@l2 00
Pennsylvania and Western tenor at.18.00?16.ti0
Bye floor*?. 6.87? 6.00
Pennsylvania corn meal at. 4 OU? 4.26
Bratiilywim? corn meal, at. 4.76'<y 4.80
Holders are free sellers within the above rango of
(?hain-The wheat market Is dull and the millers sro
holding ofi" for a a till further decline. Small rales of
primo zidw Southen red at $2 60 per bushel. In white
nothing doing. A small salo of rye at $1. Corn comos
forward slowly and is steady at Saturday's figures
Sales of yellow at 9^0, and mixed Wostern st 90c; 890
bushels white sold at $1 05. A small lot of now South
ern Oats-tho first ol tho seaaon-sold at 55c; 6000 bush
els o Id sold at 50 to 62 for Western, and 02 to 05 for
Pennsylvania. Tho receipt? to-day aro as follows:
1700 bola Hour, 3900 bushels wheat, 4150 bushels corn,
and 6100 bushels; oals.
Coal Oil -Tho demand is limited. Small sales aro
making at 21 to 22c for crude; 37 to 37>ic for refined in
bond, and 65 to 68c per gallen for freo, as to quality.
Provisions-Tho trausaeiious continuo limited, but
prices rro woll maintained, owing to the light receipts
and stocks. Small sales aro making at $33 por bbl tor
moas pork; 20 to 20c per lb for now moss pork, 19 to Wc
for pickled do; 16 to it?>?c for salt shoulders; 22 to 22>ic
for lard in bbls and tes, and 22 to 28o por lb for butter,
as to quality. EggB aro selling at 24 to 26c per doz.
bEEOs-Flaxsood, as we hnvo noticed for somo time
past, continues scarce, and in demand at $3 to per
bushel. Timothy Is quoted at 6 to $5 25 per bushel,
but wo hoar of no enies. In cloverseed thoro is no
change to notice. Small sales aro reported at $7 per
Whiskey-Prices remain about tbo saran as last
quoted. Small salea of bbls aro making at 2 24 to $2 25
for Pennsylvania, and $2 29 per gallon lor Ohio.
Now York Market.
Tho Now York Journal of Commerce of Tuesday, July
Tbo market is comparatively dull, both in financial
and commercial circles. Money Ib offered fieely upon
acceptable securities, at 4 to 5 H cent, for call loans,
first-class buBluees paper is readily placed at 5 yt to 7
por cent por annum discount for short and long dato.
Gold opened this morning at l61.1?, fell off to 150'",
and closed at 3 o'clock at 160*?.
Silver is In better demand at 0 to 7c below the price of
Foreign Exchange is Inactivo and rates nominal; eotno
leading backers asked 109.?? for GO days sterling bills,
and 110.\? for short eight do, bat tho best could bo
bought below these figures. We quote: Bills at 60 days
on London, 107 J? to 108 lor commercial; 108 J?1 to 100 for
bankers'; do at short sight, HO1.,' to 110>? ; Paris at 00
days, 6 17J? to 5 13K; do at short sight, 6 11 if to 6 08J? ;
Antwerp, 6 16 to 6 l?}?; Hamburg, 37 to 37y% ; Amster
dam, 40 to 41; Frankfort, 42,S to 43; Bromen, 78\ to 70;
Prustlan tbalers, 73X to 74.
NEW YORK. July 24.- Abhkb-Aro unobanged. We
quote pots at $8 25@8 37.
Bread-stuffs-The market for State and Wostern
Flour is inactive, and prices rule 10 to 20o easier. The
sales are 6900 bbls at $6 60@7 40 for suporfino Ftato;
$6 76@8 10 for common extra State; $8 16@9 66 for
choleo do: $0 60? T 40 for superfine Michigan, Indiana,
Iowa, 4c; and $6 86@8 66 for extra do, including ?bip
ping brand? of round hoop Ohio at $8 10@9 60, and
trade brands of do at $9 05@ll 66; Spring Wheat St
Louis at $10@11 60, and Winter do at $12@16 60, clos
ing dull. Wequoto:
Superfino S'ate.$6 60? 7 40
Extra HUte. 6 76? 9 65
Super Weatorn. 5 60? T 40
Extra Western. G 86? 8 66
Extra Ohio, round hoop shlp'g brands.8 10fa? 9 30
Extra Olio, trade and family brand?. 9 65? 11 85
Extra Genesoo.. -y
Extra 8t Louis.10 75? 17 00
80UTUKBH FLonn-There Is but Uttlo doing. Halos
were made of 250 bbls at 9 00 to $11 20 for common, and
11 25 to $16 76 for extra and fanoy brands.
Canadian Flour-I? dull and lower. We notice sales
of 75 bbls at 8 30 to $9 76 for common, and 9 80 to $12
25 for extra brand?.
By* Flour-There Is bat little doing and prices bre
eaiier. Sale? were made of 100 bbla at 6 to $6 90.
Conn Meal-Tho market is moderatoly active at
former price?. We notice sale? of 300 bbls at $4 85 for
Jersey, and $5 33 for Brandywine, delivered.
Wheat-There 1? but littlo inquiry and price? aro
nominally easier. We quote new No 1 MUwaukoo at
1 97 to $9.
Rte-The market Is quiet and euler. The cale? ?re
9000 bushel? at 90o for Milwaukee and Canada Weat on
Babuct ano Barlbt Malt-Aro dull and prices are
Oat?-Ar? dull and lower. Sale? were made of 25,000
bnshel* at 48 to 48>?o for Chicago, and 78c lor State.
Corn-Is lu good demand?t an advance of 1 cent.
The ?ales axe 96,000 bushels at 88c for unsound new
mixed Western, 83% to 84>?o for sound do, and 90c for
Cocoa.-We notice ?ales of 140 bags Caroccas on
Erlvate term?; 230 bags Onay ?quill on the ?pot, and 66
tg? do, to arrive, at 185? to 19c gold, dnty paid,
corra?.-The market 1? quiet but steady. The trans
actions have been confined to ?mall lota.
Cotton.-The market 1? dnll ?nd beary. Many hold
ers aro demanding Saturday'? rate?; but to effect eales a
concesilonof at lesetone cent must be made. Ike sale?
Include 960 bale?. We quote :
Upland. Florida. Mobile and 1 exe?.
Good Ordinary. .31 to 32 32 to 33 32 to 33 S3 to 34
XA/tl ?!I4JU.0 SS In Di 04 lu M O? tv OO OO lu OO
Middling.36to37 87 to 38 3rto38 3? to 89
Good Middling..40 to 41 40 to 41 41 to 42 42 to 43
TaoiTS-By auction, 1800 boxea orange? ?old at $2 60
to 7 66, end 3000 boxea lemons at $2 36 to 2 85.
Hat-Demand very fair, and price? quite firm; ?hip
ping 66o; prim? 85 to 95c.
H ides remain a? at our last report. Seles were made
of 3008Orinoco, 22 lbs average, at loo gold; 12,000 Ori
noco culls, 22 lb? average, at I2>i to 18c gold, and 500
| city slaughter (steer) 66 lb? average, on private term?.
Hops-Holders are firm in their views. The demand
la firm. We notice sale? of 90 bale? at 15 to 55c for
American, and 66 to 76o for Bebdan and Bavarian.
Molasses-There is but little doing. Prices are,
however, about the ??me. We have only to notice eales
of 60 hhds Coba at 52o.
Naval 8TOBXS-Spirits turpentine is quoted very Ir
regular to-day, and we can scarcely give a very accurate
idea of price?; 74c may be given at the gen oral price,
for parcel?, including papors. Rosins have sold leas
freely to-day. Prices are quit? steady; common can be
purchased at $2 76 to 2 87 ??.
Oils.-Linseed Is lu very fair reqnost from the trade
at $t 80 to $1 81, Fish Oils have met with less demand
for a day or so past. Previous prices are maintained,
but we bave no sales of moment to report.
Petroleum.-There was a very fair business notod
to-day, though the market can hardly bo called active.
Sales 1000 bbla crudo at 23 to 240, and 2000 bbls bonded
at 37 y. to 39X0.
PnovisiONB -Pork. -The market is heavy and lower,
closing w< skly. The sales are 6860 bbls at $31 43 to
$31 62 for mess, oaab and regular way, closing at $31 60,
regular, $20 76 to $30 for *64-'65 mea?, and (27 to $27 60
for prime. Also, 2500 t bis mess for August and Sep
tember delivery, s.o. and b.o. at $3150 to $32.
Beef-I? unchanged. We notice sal? s of 460 bbls at
$10 to $21 for plain Western mesa, and $21 60 to $24 60
for extra do.
Beef Hams-Are nominal at $46 for Wostern.
Bacon binga.-The market is unchanged. The sales
are equal to 600 boxes at 17c for long ?idea. Short rib
on private terms, and 6000 lbs bellies at 16 >i.
Out Meats-Holder? are firm in their view?. Sales
were made of 360 pkgs at 18J? to 20c for ham? In dry
salt and sweet piokle, and 13,'X to lGo for shoulders
Labu-There 1? no change in the market, The sales
?re 42S tea ?nd bbl? at l8 to 10o for No 1 to kettle ren
dered city, and 19 to 20Ko for Western. We quote :
New Mea?. 81 43 ?81 62
Hams ft tt> 18X? 20
Shoulders. 13*? 16
Western... 25 @ 84
?Uto dalry 30 ? 40
prime.... 10 ? 10X
Lard. l8 @ 20>?
Primo.2700 @27 60
Prime Mesa- @-.
New Plain. 1600 ?2100
New Extra. 2160 ?24 60
Prime Mess- ?
Rio?-The market 1? firm. We quote Kengoon at
9X to 10a
Halt-There Is a little belter demand for sack salt
from store, and full prices are willingly paid.
Busau,-Raw la inactivo, bat Is firmly held. We qnote
fair to good refining at 10*i to Ho. The ?ale? are 112
hhda Cuba at 10>? to HKo; 800 hhds Porto Rico at 11 >?
tol3J.,'o; 82 hhd? French Island on prlvato terms, and
1607 boxos Havan?, part at lix' to lljfo. There is ?n
active demand for refined at advanolcg rate?. We quote
soit yellow at 14 to 16c; soft white at 16>i to 10c, and
cruabed, powdered and granulated ?OJ?o.
Tallow-le Inactive. Sale? were made of 61,000 lbs
.t 12 to 12?io.
Teas -Prices are qnlte firm. Trade 1? moderately
?clive; salea 900 half cheats green from first band?.
Whiskey.-The market 1? duU at $2-20 to a 26 for
Mate and Weaurn.
Fbeiohtb-To Liverpool 7000 bushell corn at 4ltd;
400 tons loswood on pr?vete term?, and per steamer 700?
bushels.cora at 6>?d. To London, per steamer 1000
bbls flour on private term?. To Glasgow, per steamer,
14,000 bushels corn st Gd; 7000 bushel? barley st 6J?"d.
' Latest Foreign Markets?
;Per Steamer Scotia ]
illy 14, A.M.-Cotton-Tho Brokera'
circular saya : "The cotton market on Friday was activo,
upon the prospect of peace upon the Continent, ?nd a
large business was done at ?dv?n?lng prices, on Satur
day, when the foreign advices were considered lea? e?t
lafactory, the market became dall. On Monday the de
mand revived, and ha* eubaequonlly oontlnned good,
but bolder? offer their ?took freely, and the market gen
erally closes with ?ome degree ot heaviness. American
continue? in good ?quest, and ?fter frequent fluctua
tion?, closes st last wrek'a rate? Sea Island In aolivo
requea. and ?lightly dearer. Egyptian Id to 2d per lb
dearer from scarcity. Other descriptions irregular.
Sale? of the week 96,070 bale?, Including 10,870 on ?pe
culation, ?nd 28,i80 on export. Tho official quotations
are: F?lr- Middling.
New Orleans.16 14)id
Mobhe.16 Ji 14'?
Yesterday (Friday) Hie sa'eB were only HUOO baleB, 20< 0
for speculations aud export. Tho market closed flat, and
prices generally wero '^ to ???d below the abovo quota
tions, Stock on hand 023,190 baleB. Including 411,75U
bales of American. At nea. from India, 680,000 b-ilos.
TnADE at Manchester-Tbo market yesterday wss
quiet, and tbo londoucy ol prices was rather downward,
especially for shirtlugB.
Breadstuff?-Tho weathor is hot and favorablo for
the crops. Messrs. Richardson, Spence & Co.. and
Honry Jump A Sou, roport dour generally hold for Is
per sack advance, and nuslnosa checked thereby. Wheat
firmer and 2d per cental dearer than on Tuesday; win
ter red 10s 9d to 11b 3d per cental; spring lu? Ci to 11s.
Corn 9d to Is dearer on the week, tbo roconnicavy arri
vals having been denied off; Mixed American 27s Cd
Provisions-Messrs Bioland, Atbya & Co, Woodall A
Co, and others report: Beef nominally unchanged, but
to effect sa ob a couslderablo reduction would liavo to bo
made. Pork quiet but steady for Eastern, while West
ern is 2s Cd easier. Bacon dull, an I genera.ly lou'iw
lower. Lard dull and nominal. Cbceso 3s per cwt low
r. Butter Inactive. Tallow quiet but steady.
Promjce-Tho Brokers' Circular reports: Ashes
Sales or pots at 28s Cd@29n ; no pearls here. Sugar quiet
but steady. Coffee in limited demand; Rio 6Us. Rico
inset ive at last week's rates. Bark, Philadelphia, G@ d.
Linseed unchanged. Linseed cakes quiet and uualtor
ed. Oils mglectcd. Rosin flat; American 4s 9d(g,Cs 3d.
Spirits of Turpentino very heavj ; Frouch 40s. Petro
leiim lu limited demand; refined Is 10d@ls lid ger gal
lon. Spirits 8s lid.
Messrs. Baring, Bros, k Co. report-Wboat very quiet
and tho recent advanco nearly lost, whito American 65
to 68s, rod 60 to 64s; flour 24 to 28s, hardly any American
wheat or flour offering. Iron quiot, bars and rails ?0,
^otob pig 62b Od; sugar steady; coffee advanced Is, but
tills waa absolutely lost; tea unchanged ;rlco rather cosier
tallow quiet, P Y C 41s Cd; Bplrits turpentine 42e lo.
Amorican, to arrivo; petroleum, Is lui for refined;
lluscedoil slow at 35s Ud; sperm oil ?123, but Lotblng
LiWERPOoL, Saturday Evening, July 14.-Cotton.
Bales to-day only ?uuo nulo-, including 101)0 bales to
speculators and exporters. Tho market is dull, with
but little inquiry, and prices woak, and a declino < f
ii penny per lb. Middling uplands aro quoted about
Breadbtuffs.-The rnarkot is steady. Corn is eaBlcr.
London, Hattnday Evening, July 14.-Consols close at
87li to 87 a for money.
American Securities.-TJ. 8. 6 20'a67>i to Gi; Illinois
Central 76 to lo ii ; Erle R. R. 33 ?i to 41?'i.
Exports of Cotton
FROM THE PORT Or CHARLESTON, 8. O., COMMENCING. 1ST
september, 1865. to 2Gth jtjly,-1866, iNCLUBrvn.
I ibu I nin vi
Total to Oroat Britain.
Bordeaux and Rochelle.
Total to Franco.
Russia-Porte of tbe Black Sea..
Sweden and Norway.
Spain-Ports on tbe Atlantic...
Spam-Ports on Mediterranean.
Total other Foreign Porte.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
CHARLESTON WHOLESALE PRICES,
Corrected and Revised for the Week ending
Thursday, Jaly HO, 186G.
BAOOINO, fk yard
BA LB ROPE, fk lb-Manilla.
II.- u.. .u .
BREAD, ft lb
BRICES, fk M.
bran; f? loo lbs.
COTTON. fl ft.
Ordinary to good Ordinary...,
ag to Strict Middling
CANDLES, fk ft-Sperm.
CORDA OE, ft ft-MonUla.
CORN MEAL, fk bbl.,
COA L, fk ton-Anthracite.
COPPER-Sheet, fk ft
- ? -
58 ? 6
FISH-Cod, fl 100 lbs.1 6.00 ? 8.00
Herring, %k box
Mackerel, No. 1, ? half bbl.
, Mackerel, No. 2. V half bbl.!
Mackerel, No. 3, fl bbl.
Mackerel by kit*
FISH- Mackerel No. 1.
Sardines, * 100-quarter boxes..
Family, half bbls..;.
GLASS, fk box of 60 feet
OR?IN- Maryland Oats. fk bushel....
Western Oats, ?> bushel.,
Corn, fk bushel.
Beans, ft bushel.
?U T, fk cwt.-North River..
HIDES- Dry, fl ft.
IRON-He?ned. ft ft.
PLOW STEEL, ?I ft.
LATHS, ft U.
LUMBER, * M feet
Clear White Pine. 1st quality...
White Pine, good run.
Boards, ft M feet-Rough. .....
Grooved and Tongued...
LEATHER, country tanned, V lb
MOLASSES * gallon
NAVAL STORES, * bbl-Tar.
Rosin, No. 1.
Rosin, No. a.
Rosin, No. 8.
Spirit? Turpentine, fk gallon...
Oakum, *k ft .,.
OILS-Lard, ft gallon.
Linseed, fk gallon.
Sperm, Winter, fk gallon.
Cotton Seed, fk gallon.
Castor (E. I.), ft gallon.
Olive, fk dozen.
OILS - Kerosine, ft gallon.,
Benzine, fk gallon.,
PROVISIONS-Beet, mess, fl bbl..,
Beef, prime, fl bbl.
Pork, mess, ft bbl.
Rump, fl bbl.
Bacon, Hams, ft ft.,
Bacon, Sides, fl ft....,.
Bacon, Shoulders, fk ?.
Lard, In keg, ft ft
Batter, ft ft
Potatoes, ft bbl
Onions, fk bbl.
Apples, ft bbl
PAINTS-Vlhlto Lead, fk ft
Black Lead, fk ft
B/O?-CaroUne, fk ft
East India Rice
6.00 ? -
6.50 ? 6.00
6.00 ? 6.60
1.60 ? -
SLA TES-American, ?* squaro.112.60 (3>
aitmoLsa, y m........ 7.<-o ?
white Pine, first quality....
SALT- Liverpool, course, ^ sack.
_ Liverpool, Hue, ^ ?nek.
SOAP- Bur, V lb....
STAUCH, V lb.I.
SPICES, f lb-Cassia...'.'.'.'.'.'.\\
SPIRITS, ?$ gallon-Alcohol.
Rum, N. E.
8?OAH, V lb-Kaw.
Porto Rico.\\\,,,,* \".*.'
\??.f.u,i~ Uo"leH?'c manufacturo, VU
MU ITS-ViuiKH, m n.
I'i?H, ^ lb......
FRUITS- Dried Apples, * Hj.
Almonds, soil shell, -? lb.
RaiHins, M. It., 9 box.
Raisins, Layer, .& box.
Oranges, '?? box.
Lemons, 'p box.
American, 4(3?20d, "ft keg.
Lathing, ^ keg.I 7.50
Copper, %? lb. 1.00
12.00 ? -
- @? -
11 ? 16
1.75 ? -
Galvanized, <B lb. 30
8pikes, f, lb. 12
TEAS, t? lb-Imperial. 2.00
Your.,; Hyson. 1.50
TOBA CCO, TU lb, ob per quality. 45
TIMBER-Hewn Tlnibor-YoUow Pino 6.00
TIN-1 O Roofing Plate.16.60
IX Roofing Plates.18.00
IOTln Plato, 10x14.16.00
IX Tin Plato, 10x14.19.00
I O Ttn Plates, 14x20.18.00
Block Tin, ^ lb. 40
TWINE- Cotton, ^ lb. 76
Twine, Baling. 45
Twine, Hemp. 45
VARNISH- Bright, $ gallon. 25
VINEGAR-Whito Wine, V gallon.... 60
Cider, 9 gallon. 80
French, ^ gallon. 1.00
WINE, V gaUon-Port.. 2.60
Claret, ^ case.| 5.00
ZINC-Shoal, ? lb. 26
Uonilgnaai per South Carolina llallroad,
July ??5 and 30.
128 bales Cotton, 25 bales Yarn, 73 sacks Flour, 103
tacks Bough Bice, 44 bbls Spirits Turpentine, 81 barrel?
Rosin, 16 cars Lnmbor, and Bundrlea. To Gibbes A Co,
W W Smith. W?rdl?w A Carew, J B E 81oan, E N Fuller,
Willi? A Chlsolm, J W Harrisson, O P Poppenbelm, H
Harria, W B Barden, O W Bingley, T Stenhouse A Co, O
O Witte, Calmann ?i Kroudor, Bergmann A Co, W H
Ohafee, N G Chafee. G K Pritchett, J Matthlesaen, G W
Williams A Co, J Small, Eliuck, Wlckenberg & Co, JW
Btelnmeyer, W Lobby, A MoLelsh, G W Clark ti Co, E H
Rodgers A Co, Kanapaux A Lalaue, W P Dowling, Obis
oliu Bros, Wharton & PeUoh, E Welling, Ebaugh at
Millonee, - Baker.
Consignee? per Northeastern Ilnllroa?l,
289 bbl? Naval Stores, 9 bales Cotton, 10 cars Lumber,
bags Wheat, bags Rough Rloe, car Stock, Md?e, Ac. To
Gonzales, Woodward A Co, B H Barden, G E PrlUhett.
Adame, Frost A Co, Leo A Spencer, J Hayden, Clifford
St Matthewes, Holmes & Stoney, Thurston A Holme?, J
A J D Kirkpatrick, Soreven A Nesbit, Gaillard A Mlnott,
E H Rodgers A Co, Willis A Chlsolm, Fred Friese, W
Per steamer Fannie, from Savannah, via Beaufort
and Hilton Head-J O Maker, A R Lowlth, J 8 Hart, J
W.Lamotto, Mrs Thornton and 3 children, blaster Thorn
ton, Miss Thornton, Mrs Crofatt and son, Miss B Chap
man, J W Fraaior, Miss M '1 bornton, Capt Barkman, Tf
Newllnst, C N Bellows, W B Bennett, D H Dearborn, D
McGregor, D E Garey, 0 W Dennis, Dr Nichols, J O
Rundlett, and 7 in steerage. ,
P?p atA&mor Pilot Boy. from Georgetown, S O-H
M liosolburo?, lady and child, H F Mustard. A_L Ellis,
B A Munnorlyn, J Ward ?nd son, S J Corrie, Ti wal
lace, Mr ?isley and lady, Miss Risley and servant, Mr
Beckman and servant, and 10 in steerage.
phases or the noon.
Last Q. 6th, lOh. 21m. morn I First Q. 19th,lOh. 24m. morn
NewM. 12th, Ou. 16m. morn|fuUM. 27ih,10n.63m. morn
BISES. I SETS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Arrived Yesterday. [July 28
Steamer Fannie, McNelty, Savannah, via Beaufort
and Hilton Hoad. Mdzo. To Fergu?on A Uolmea, J <k
J O Kirkpatrick, T F Ellsworth, Southern Express, Mr?
S D Ward, H Cobla A Co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Payne, Georgetown, S C. 97>i
tierces Rice, and Mrize. To Ferguson A Holmes, Shack
elford A Fraser, and others.
Front t li lu Port.
Sehr Wenonah, Tall, Baltimore, July 23.
The Baltimore papers of July 24th, ?tate that the
steamshipOumbria, from New York for Charleston, had
arrived at Fortress Monroe with Boiler disabled.
y^IST OF SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, July ?36,1>00.
VESSELS TJNDEB 100 TONS, AND BTEAMEBB COASTERS
wrraiM the state, exoeptxb.
Saragoasa, 778 tons, Crowell, at Adger's wharve?, for
New York, loading.Ravenel&Oo.
Southern Rlgbta, 980 ton?, Ross at Accommodatlcn whf,
from Liverpool, discharging.RavenelAOo.
Sedberg, Br, - tone, Knealh at Boyce A Go's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.Patterson A Stock.
PreUdont Flllmore, 894 tons, Luce, at Atlantlo whv?,
for Liverpool, loading...Wil'is A Chlsohn.
Amelia, 688 tons, Conner, in tho Stream, for Liverpool,
reedy.John Fraser A Co.
Ange Guardlene (Fr), 486 tons. Bijou, at Accommoda
tion wharf, from Havana, walting. .J A Euslow A Co.
Rookwood (Br), 834 ton?, Lowry, at Marshall's wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.Streot Bros A Ce.
Addle Decker, 449 tons, Pennel, In Ashley River, for the
Rio de la Plat?, loading.utreet BroB A Co.
B F 8haw (Br), - tons, Cann, in the Roads at Quaran
tine, from H?v?na,Just?rrtve?.M ??ter.
BRIGS. , ni
Samuel Lindeey, - ton?, Wilson, in Ashley River, for
Barbadoes, loading.J H Stelumeyor A Hon.
Joslo A Dovereaux, - ton?, Clark, at Central wharve?
for Philadelphie, lo?ding.H F Baker A Co.
James Baker. - tons, Thomson, at N ERR wharf,
for Philadelphia, loading.H / Baker A Co.
Ocean Belle, 143 ton?. Emery, in Ashley River, for the
Canary Ialoa, loading.J ? - telumeyer A Bon
S J Waring, - ton?, Bmltb, at Adger'? wharves, for N
York, loading.W Koach.
Aid (Br) - toni. McCormlok, at Central wharves, from
Mutinzas, waiting.Vi" ....... ...M??ter.
T J Frezier, - ton?. Well?, in the Road? at Quarantine,
Irom Matann?, Juat arrived... .Ferguson A Uolmea.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangement? once more for the manufacturo of
the best COTTON GINS ever made in this country, ara
now prepared to receive orders^ from Planter? ?ni
other? wishing to purchase.
The long established ?nd well-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, wlU, we hope, be a suffi
cient guarantee that the ?rttole will give entire eatlafao
tlon. J. M. ELLIOTT * CO.,
i May 14 Wlnnsboro, 8. 0.