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THE DAILY NEWS.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Postoffice at
Charleston, for the week ending APRIL 9, 18C8,
and printed officially in THE DAILT SEWS, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in the City
J&yFersons calling for Letters Advertised, should
Btate that they are "Advertised."
JOST Office hours from ti A. M. to C P. M. On Sun?
days, from 5 to C P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT, Postmaster.
Abrahams-,.Urb A Gibbs. MOBS S O'Neal, Mary
Annsrxonp, Eliza Gibbs, Sarah Ann
P Glover, Mary E Osband, Mrs L
Ash, Mrs D Godfrey, Maria Orten, Mrs C
Anson, Miss R Grant, Tena O'Sullivan, Mrs
Ash. Benah Grant, Mrs J T
Archey, Mrs E Grant, Mrs M J Parker, Mary
Aytler, Jane E Oreen, Amy P Perry, Charlotte
Buts, Sarah L Harvey, Mary Perry, Jane
Beach, Mr? L Basel], Ann?. Pierce, Ellen M
Bee, Mis? M H P A, Miss Preince, Mrs E
Black, Meta Hay, Nancy Prioliau. Rosa
Blane, Sarah Hasen, Mies H F Pryott, Mrs S
Boyle, Miss S C Harrison, Jenny Pu tm an, Irene
Bolger, Mrs Headerly, Ellen Bobertson, Miss
.Boyce. Mary E Hi'ls. Mrs S A CM
. Bring'oe. Mi.-s L Hill, Ina Robinson, Marv
Brivcia, Miss R Hill, Bc se Rodgers, Mrs S F
Buser, Anne Hoyt, Amelia Rutledge, Susan
Buckl-rv, Miss M Johnron, Selena Russell, Mrs M F
? S . Johnson, Mary t R?mpel, Annie
Butler, Leah Jeffords, Mrs S A Sanders, Mrs C
Buckes;er, MrsL Jefferson, Miss S schu-z, Mary H
Buttler, Miss R Jeffords, Sarah Scudder, Mary M
Brown, Mrs C Jackson, Julia F Scudder, Telia
Brower, Mrs R A Jarvis, Matilda Scott, Sarah E
Brower.Mrs- H H Jackson, Mary Scott. Miss F R
Brower, Mrs E Jackson. Patsy Schuffley, Jane
-Brower, Mrs L Kruse, Mrs Sinclair. Mrs C
Brower, Mrs D Krurn, Miss J Sigman, Miss H
Cain, Mrs EA Enos, Mrs E F
Campbell, Ehzia Kelv, Mies H Solomons, Mrs A
Carter. Mary Kamlor, Miss M A
.Cannon. Mary H Kanialah. Mary Stagg, Mrs H
Canty, Mary Lewis, Mary Strandt, Mr? M
Caloway, Mrs S Long, Miss JE ?Swinton, Tena
Campbell, Mrs E Loncs, Miss H Sim-'iis. Miss C
Campbell. Mrs G Lewis, Clara Smith, Mrs E
Clarke, Mrs D A Leitch, Elita M Smith, Charlotte
Cooper, R: sa Legare,Mrs Vf vc M
Conley, J A Marshall, Mary S Smith, Emma
Colleton, Mrs Mark, Mrs H ?Smith, Cora
Chisolm. Mrs R Men, Mrs H Smith. Imma M
Bay, Miss- M M?hrtens, Mrs W Thompson, Mrs
Deacon, Miss A Michail, Sally H E
Davern, Eaie Middleton, Sarah Thompson. Mary
D W F.Mifs A Toliver, Mery
Dangerfield, An- Moriss, Ellen Trescot, Mrs H
na Mallone. Ellen Taylor, Martha
Deavc-rn. Eate E Morton, Maggie M
Desx-orte6, Misa D Tay'.or, Mrs C
E . Moman, Alice Vogel, Mrs M E
Doran, Mrs G Murry, Mrs M Wagtaes, Ellen
Dougns, Mrs O Murry, Ellen Wanner. Marv
W Miller, Mrs W trindt, Mrs R
Donohoe, Susan Miller, MisB M West, Maggie J
O McQnilhn, Mrs Williams, Mrs S
Due, Delia E J Whacker. Mrs L
Early, Mrs J F McNeil], Mrs Jas Wilkinson, Mrs
Edwards, Mrs A McQulin, Ehzia G
M J Weinberg.Miss A
Frazier, Mrs B McSweney, Mrs Woodruff. Fanny
Frailas, Mary Nowell,MrsL Walker, Martha
Fraser, Sue Offehnann, Miss Walker, Mrs T
Galliway, Ann A Wilson, Sal ie P.
Galhott, Mrs E Oliver, Mrs F H Wilhams, Mary
Gadsden, Mrs C Ouverte, Mrs S Williams, Mrs A
E IA Yates. Mrs H
Adams, John G Hart. Dr J B E O'Brien, Andrew
Alston, I Hayden, Thomas O'Britn, A F
Alguil, J Harnett. Arthur Oats, B M
Aimers. L F G Odgers, J L
Anderson. Wit ' Hall, Wm C Oppel, George
diam, Jr Bartz, Henry O'Neil, James
Axing er, T Hamilton, Henry Orth, C F
Barnett, W J Hagermann, F H Patterson, Giles '
Barnwell. Am E Hanken, Master J i
Bacot, B H Charles Palmer, Capt
Babridge, Ihom- Heyward, Cssar Brinson
'as (col'd; ,Parsons, Calvin '
Barn-xel, George Heneken, CFA Paris, Abraham
Bentham, Mimi Co Peyton, 2*cka- ,
Bthrmann. Jo- Hettinger.Joseph riah
ft hann Friedrich Heisenbuttel, C Person, Calvin
Beausaang, A M Pierson, J S c E 1
Bischoff, Fried- Hegermann, H Pitray, Henry A (
rich Heisenbunel, C Pitzell, William
Binder. Edwin Martin Pisol A- Co
Bingham, C R Hendrick, T A Pinckney,charles 1
Blakely.-Robt Headerly, C Plein, Henry
Blake,'John Hencken.M A Co Pressy, Abial
. Blanchard. TS [Hermann A Lube Pringle, Robt S
launch, Darnel Hoffman. Pref A Quaile, Charles c
W , J Baynor. Edwd r
Buck. Albert Hahper, Owtas Rankh, Jose!
Brodie, Arnolaus Humbert, Rich- Reed, H H 1
v ard Riedel, August v
Breuer, H Huggins, G W Richardson, Jos r
Brown, Charla Huyahe, Went- (freedman) *
Brown, Alford A wotth Ross, James ?
Brown, James C Jenkins, Robert Roblson, Adam 3
A Co Jenkins, Henry (col'd) $
Bx.own, B R Jones. Edward Bogers, P D
Brown, C C ! Jones, Powatan Bobertson, Hen- a
Brown. Bcnj R Uohnson, Joseph ry ai
B?ggelns, Jo- Jones, Abram Ruff, J M D,
hann Johnson, Michal Butherford, John
Bum ester, W Selly, Prince A J
Bullwinkel, Jo- (ccl'd) Ryan, Michael et
hann Htarlck Kelly, Eugene |Sanford, George Bt
Cain, George A Kennedy, Wil- W
Carrol, Bev Jas liam Sampktas.WmH P<
T Kenny, Thomas Sanford, G W ai
Carley, Thomas B Sanders, John T,
P Kelly, David Schweitzer, Otto
Cra g, Patrick Kealy, J S Scot, WC Wl
Calhem, James Kiernan,Thomas Schroder.Johann Fl
Cane, J Kildirge, James Sieling, F p(
Campbell, Col F Krienke, Franz Simon?, Alfred D
L Blear Simpkins, James
Camplean, Sir Klenke, John E .-mith, John E th
Canner, John Eloise, J H Stol brand. Gen C th
Henry (carpen- Lausitz, Robt E J .
ter) Lawton ?Ben- Stubbs, John C
Churchill. M F nett Sullivan, Daniel pi
Chalk John R Lee, Thomas Taylor. Rodger -0
Clark, John A A (col'd) (col'd)
Co Lewis, Dan Taylor, George 08
Clark. Henry Leffman, J A Talmage & Smith be
C?reles. Herman Lee, Samuel Thomas, G W ae
Coggins. William Linn. James B Thieling.William _
w Lyone, Jno F Thorn, H to<
Cook, H D Marshall, S L Trieste, M di
Cory. J Meek, Johan Trivers, John 31
Comstock, Fere Gorg Twischtman, W
A Co Maxwell, George Vandeursen, Lt
Crookshanks, Mr Washington Charles A te
Cronin, John Marquis, Manuel Yanertedaleo,
Cross, J Arnold Mathews,Chane* George
Cummings, JA G Vick, Joseph 2 er
Cuneo. Sig Gio-Macoy, Herwig A Von Harten, L Sa
vani Vidal Yon Eitzen, H H qz
Darby. Frederick Marlin.Robert H Wanderlippe,
Dawson, E P Meinhoff, E H John al
Deden; H L Merrill, Henry O Walker. EA dli
Dew?y, Capt Wm Meyock, Patrick Wagener, Henry
G Mulligan, Lt F B Walker, Jo? D
Denning, John Miles, Jacob Walsh, James 1?
Jame* Mi'1er, Ephraim (Vetrinary sur- Vc
Doscher, H B geom da
Duffy. F Moses. Lew White, Thomas
DuPre, A H Morney, James Wilson, John R
Edwards, Henry Morrisy, Daniel Wilden, Wm S pB
H Moise, W H Witt, Friederich bj
Evans, W E Morriss, Mr Willy, Henry M
Fisher, James L Murdoch, D H Witschen, C m
Fischer, Jacob Murphy, J D Witsel, Transies na
Fishers Jackson Myatt, Capt Wilson, Henry 1
Folien, Chas Meyer, John F White. Winiam
Pnld, Philip McCaDan. J H (col'd) pr
Gaillard, H W Mcclintock, Wm Whitner, BF ca
Gibbes, J W Mccormack, J H Whineberr, Mr im
Gibbs, George McFall, John Wilberg, M
Gilbert, T E McDonald, Don- willie, John T 67
Glovnr, William aid Witoher, James wi
Gordan, J W SfcG nn, James W m(
Goodrich, W H McLane, R Wilmot, Dlsa
Gorse, Clans Nash, John so th
Goodman. Bichd N token. James H Williams, Th os co:
Gorrett, George Neff, Henry C
Gould, James J Nelson, A M Williams, AT v.
Green, Francis Nelson, James H Woods, Wm
Granville, Murrel Non is, Edward Wood. Henry T ^
(col'd) Nori?, Se?? Wolff,-Victor nu
Gray, W F Nonn, C C Writznel, Geo
Gucl O'Brien. R J . M
gsT Persons depositing letters in the Postoffice
will please place the stamp near the upper right
band corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a letter
cannot be mailed, but will be sent to the Dead Letter
Office. April 10
Exports for the Week ending Thursday
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Arbitrator-161 bags
SI and 1521 bales Upland Cotton, 485 bb: s Rosin,
461 racks Cotton Seed, 4680 Oak Staves.
BARCELON A-Per Spanish brig Salvador-200 bales
Upland Cotton, 150 obis Rosin.
PROVIDENCE-Per sehr Conservative-112,000 feet
Flooring Boards. 22,000 feet Sawed Lumber.
Per sehr D H Biabee-75,000 feet Lumber.
NEW YORK-Per steamship James Adger-270 bales
Upland and 24 bales S I Cotton, 31 bbls Rosin,
57 bales Domestics, 100 casks Clay, C3 bags Cot?
ton Seed, 5G packages Sundries..Per steam?
ship E B Souder-131 bales Cotton, 52 casks
Clay, 63 Empty Bbls, 60 bales Yarn, 26 bbls
Fruit, 9 boxes Fruit, and sundries.Per
steamship champion-193 bales Cotton, 40 tes
Bice. 60 casks Clav, 193 bales Domestics, 15 bbls
Roeta, 92 empty Barrels, 40 bundles Paper, 53
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon- 301 bales
Cotton, 40 tierces Rice, 24 bales Rags, 12 balee
Rope Cuttings, 10 bales Yarn, 149 bushels Peas,
8 packages Hides and Skins, 5000 feet Lumber, 38
Packages, 1 Horse.
NEW ORLEANS-Per sehr C C Petteng?l-1600
Per steamer City Point, from Palaika. via Jack?
sonville and Savannah-Mrs Heins. G E Pace, G W
Sparkman, L Babun, W James. - Upham and lady,
A McCloud. - Anderson, Mrs and Miss Olover, Mrs
and Miss Gi man, - Stanton and lady, R E Brown.
Miss A C Brown, Miss Otis, Hon W H Draper. H C
Draoer, J Draper, W Pratt, Dr Elliott and lady, Mrs
and Miss Daniels. E A Weeks and lady, Capt Mey< r.
Col Deems and lady, Miss Cabot, Mrs A Uar soo, and
Tbe Charleston Money Market.
THUBSDAT, April 9,1868.
During the paet week no business of any conse?
quence has been done in the Stock markets, and
quotations are unchanged w-.th the exception of a
a'ight falling off in the price of South Carolina Bail
road shares and State stock. A temporary tightness
in the money market is the principal cause of the
prevailing dullness, and this is increased ty the
proximity of the sole of securities to take place on
Money is hard and scarce, and commands 1;: fi
cent, a month ; 2 ? cent is asked by some dealers
for loans on real estate.
SOUTHERN BASS BILLS.
Bank of Camden.25 @00
Bank of Charleston.22 @00
Bank of Chester.9 @00
Bank of Georgetown.7 (5,00
Bank of Hamburg.12 @00
Bank of Newberry.80 @00
Bank of South Carolina.10 (5.00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, prior to 1861.1U ?00
Bank of State of S.Carolina, after let Jan.,
Commercial Bank. Columbia.1 (2,00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.9 (5.00
Farmers' and Exchange Bank. Charleston.CO ?00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.C (5,00
People's Bank, Charleston.42 (?00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.3 (5,00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Charleston. 1 y (? 00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
State Bank, Charleston.3 fc.00
Union Bank, Charleston.SI fa; 00
City of Charleston Change Bills.i?S fe 99
State SouthCarolina Treasury Notes.90 fa,0U
. BOXDS. STOCBS ASI) COUPONS.
Georgia State Coupons.TO (5 75
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old i.. .TS fa-M)
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent, (newi.07 (5;70
City of Memphis Coupons.46 (5,00
City of Memphis Bonds.40 @ 00
City of Columbia Bonds.30 (?,35
City of Columbia Coupons.25 (?-2G
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.. so ?32
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.63 ?.65
S. C. Railroad Seven Per Cent. B'ds.65 ?60
S. C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness. 5 i (5,35
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock_?7 (5,38
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.SU Co 0i)
State of Sonth Carolina Bonds (old).44 ?45
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue,
of January 1,1667).40 (5.41
State t f South Carolina Stock.40 ? 42
State of South Carolina Coupons.x4 (&40
People's National Bank Stock.SS (a yo
First National Bank Stock.90 ?92
Nurtheastem Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.62 fa 68
Northeastern R.R. 1st Coupons (past due).48 ?50
Northeastern R.R. Certificate ci Indebted?
Charleston Gas Company Stock.15 (? 00
Charleston City Railway Stock.00 (ail
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).35 (5.00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.00 fa 00
City of Savannah Bonds.70 ?71
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to 1st June, 1666).90 IE95
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June. 18C6).96 (<?<?$
Memphis and Charleston Railroad stock. .4$ ? -'0
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.TH fa60
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Coupons. .92 ?95
Money brings 1,^ per cern, a month on first-clasE
THE CHARLUSTU.V MARKET.
[TOP. TEE WEEK EKE INO TE U? SD AT, APEIL ?.]
COTTON.-"With steadily sumulating ten s ircia
the English market, the business in the article on
Friday and Saturday of the present week was marked,
By a heavy advance and an < xcited demand, Middling
Uplands, which opened at 28;.c. "fi lb., rising rapidly
io 31@31KC, and.showing an improvement o? 2,:?(5
2c. fl lb. in that time; but on Monday the foreign
:elegrams having become uniavox able, buyers cu
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday almost entirely
?rithdrew from the mariel, aud the transactions were
mite nominal. Yesterday the foreign and New York
narkets having rallied, the raple here closed firmer,
vith an improving aspect.
The leading markets have shown the IO?OW?LC
[notations during the week, say at Liverpool prices
opened at lis?d.,stiffened to U%d.,lS812j??12>?d.l
eccded to 12?i(s>12>?d. and 12d, hardened to 12:?a
2l?, felloffto HJid , and stiffened again ts 12^d.;
rhOe the New York market began at 28@2S'-:c. ; im
roved to 28>?'@29 and 30c, and has since fallen off |
!) 29(5,29^ and 28??29/6 and 28c. fl lb. for New York
liddling, closing yesterday at 29.ii@3Dc. fi lb. for
lis quality; and the markethere. which commenced
12S?-'c. fl ?. lor Middling Upland, stiffened to 30
ad 31(5,31 ???'a, bathos since declined to29c.-.'. "ff lb.,
sing quoted yesterday at that figure.
In consequence of the large advance in prices
irly in the week, holders have sent an increased
ipply forward, and our receipts since our last re
irt have been 14 bales ot Sea Islands and Floridas
id 5344 bales of Uplands, against 64 bales of Sea
lands and Floridas and 2442 bales of Uplands the
eek before, and 162 bales of Sea Islands and
oridas and 2334 bales of Uplands for the correa
>ia din g week last year.
The daily transactions and prices prevailing in
ia market for the week just closed will be seen by
e following statement :
On Friday, April 3, the inquiry commenced at stiff
ices, and sales took place at an improvement of l~
lc. $ lb., when news of an advance at Liverpool
used the rates to harden an additional ?2'c- V- lb.,
:ing a rise of 1 to 1&& 9 lb. for the day, the trans
tiona amounting to about 1500 bales. Ordinary to
sod Ordinary being quoted at 16(5,28, Low Mld
ing at 29, Middling at 30, and Strict Middling at
c. fl lb.
On Saturday prices commenced with a hardening
ndency. Middling Upland selling at 30@303,'c. ft
., but the advancing condition of the staple in oth
markets caused the rates to stiffen 1 to lj?c. fl lb.
les 2100 bales, Ordinary to Good Ordinary being
roted at 27@23>i. Low Middling at 30@S0K, Mid
log at 31? 31 Strict Middling 32, and Good Mid
ing 33c. 5?. lb.
On Monday the market was at a stand in consc?
ience of receding rates both at Liverpool and New
irk, and there were no transactions during the
y; quotations were consequently nominal.
On Tuesday a sale of 110 bales at 28&c. fl lb. took
?ce atan early hour, which was, however, followed
declining telegrams, and no additional transac?
ts occurred, the market closing entirely nomi
On 'Wednesday the continued unsettled and de
essed state of tho leading marketa induced much
ution on tbe part of buyers, and they were offer
glow figures, and were not disposed to purchase
en on the basis of 28c. ft m. for Middlings, at
ilchrate Bellera were in some cases willing to
ike sales. The transactions amounted to :-15 bales,
tireiy to one buyer on private terms;, quotations
utinued quite nominal.
Yesterday, after receipt of telegrams, about 475
les were sold on the basis of 29 cte. ft lt. for Mid
ng Up. md, bnt the later intelligence from other
urkets being of an improving character, holders
vanced their rates, and were asking 30c. ft lt. for
ddlicg, at which figure buyers, however, refused
go on. The transactions were 6? at 26; 31 at 27;
at aiJ?; 81 at 28; 67 at 28Hi 123 at 29, and 64 at
>-i. We quote somewhat nominally :
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.26 ?28
Low Middling.28 >i?
Strict Middling.- <&
S. Isfd. Upl'd, Rice
Kk on hand Sept 1,1807. 182 blO 180
ceived this week. 14 5344 38
ceived previously. 8553 216488 17639
8749 221642 17857
ports- 5. It'd. Up'd. Rice.
is week.. 175 3071 80
evioualy. 7960 203314 14336
t y and
8135 206385 17415
tal exports and consumption.. 9135 206385 17415
>ek on hand and on shipboard. 614 15257 442
SAW. XliLE LAST TEAB.
S. I'M. Vpl'd. Rice.
lek on hand Sept 1, 1866. 235 5300 ....
ceived this week. 1C2 2334 286
ceived previously.14071 116874 10415
14468 124508 10701
ports- S. I'd Up'd. Rice.
ia week.. 605 5672 209
evionsly. 12976 109235 8954
13481 114907 9163
tal exports, Ac,.13481 111S07 9163
>ck on hand and on shipboard 987 9601 1638
?EA ISLAND COTTON.-This article has nearly
sed to come to market, and the crop of the year
y be considered as at hand, the arrivals of the
ek having been only 14 bales, all Floridas. There
L fair demand at full and firm prices, but the
ck being nearly exhausted, the transactions have
been confined to a few limited lota-the sales amount?
ing to about 50 bales for the week, among which
were 8 bales Sea Islands at 95c. fl rb., 13 do. at $1,1
at $1.05; of Floridas, 2 at CO. 5 at 70,4 at 76, 4 at 80,
and 1 bale at 85c. fi lb. We quote Floridas, com-,
mon quality, at 60@60c. ft ft., Medium 65a75c, Fine
60?90c. fi ft., and upwards for choice lots. Sea
Islands may be quoted, say for Stained 25@40c. fl ft.,
Inferior C5@65c, Fine SO@S1.10, and Extra Fine and
Choice lota at $firstname.lastname@example.org fl ft.
BICE.-There have been no arrivals of this grain
worthy of mention, the receipts being some 700
bushels by water, and some small parcels by rail,
and the supply for the balance of the season will
have to be drawn from the stock of rough in the
milla. Factors are offering but little, and hold fir re?
ly, and we learn of only two Bales of clean Carolina
during the weet-say 20 tierces of good at lO^c. fi
ft., and 35 tierces of do at 10&c fi ft. We quote
inferior to lair Carolina at 9,-?@10c. fi ft.; good 10ft
?lOJic. ft ft.
NAVAL STORES.-Ihe arrivals have been about
250 obis. Rosin, 50 bbls. Spirits Turpentine, and a
few barrels of new Virgin. The Rosin was eold at
82.25 fi bbl. for common, $2.50 for No. 2,$2.75?4
for No. L and S5.1?6 fi bbl. for pale and extra pale
Rosin. The Spirits was disposed of at 58c. ? gal?
lon, and Ole Crude Turpentine at $4.50 f) bbl.
HAT.-The arrivals have consisted of about 300
baleB of North River qualities. Some 400 bales of
Eastern, rectived during the previous week, chang?
ed hands from the wharf at ?130 fl hundred. The
demand for the article continued very light, and is
restricted to the local trade.
CORN.-The supply from Tennessee by rail con?
tinues to meet the general demand, and we learn of
the sale of a large lot of this quality at $1 25 f> bush?
el, weight, sacks included, delivered at the depot;
eingle car loads have, however, been Bold at SI 28 Ul
bushel, and as ?ow as SI 23 for common yellow. A
cargo of 5C00 bushels prime white has been received
from New Orleans, which is Belling at SI 30tf>.l 32 fi
bushel, weight, sacks included.
OATS.-Theie have been no receipts of this grain,
and the limited retail demand has been supplied
from previous receipts.
FLOUR.-lhere is a fair supply of Northern and
Western qualities in the hands of dealers, for which
there is a moderate inquiry at about previous quo?
tations, say for Northern and Western Super SH?
ll 00 fl bbl., Northern and Western Eitra S12?13 fl
bbl., and Northern and Western Family at S13 50?
14 fl bbl.
BACCN.-The sp?culative leeling and cdvanced
prices prevailing in Northern and Western markets
have caused dealers to harden their rates, awl the
general feeling is one of much firnmeBS, with the
expectation of higher prices. The asking rates are
somewhat irregular, but prime Western Shoulders
are held at 15c. f) ft., Ribbed Sides at 17c. and
Cl.-ar Rib at 17 >?(?jl8c. fl ft. Second quality Shoul?
ders are in light supply, and may be quoted at 18?
13.'ic. fl ft. A lot of Dry Salted Cumberlande was
seid at 13&C., but this quality was held at the close
at liscard smoked at 15???10c.fi ft. Prime Strips
hive advanced to 17c, unbagged Hams to 20c, and
sagged Sugar-cured to 22c. f! ft. The consumptive
demand 19, however, very light, buyers feeling in?
disposed to pay the advanced rates.
SALT.-The arrivals from Liverpool have been
about 43C0 sacks for the week. About 2000 sacks
were soil from the wharf at Sl.iO f) sack. Holders,
from store, are asking S1.G0?1.?0 fl Fack.
TXDL.A BAGGING-.-The demand has nearly ceas?
ed, and our quotations are somewhat nominal. We
rjuote ?arpe lets at-.cash. New York'J unny Cloth
is held at 22? J4c Dundee Bagging, 44 inches, Vi
its. to the yard, is held at 30?83 cent?. Pea Island
Baggie. W inches wide, 2 lbs. to the yard, is held
it O.w C? ccu;?.
HOPE.-lu consequence of the use of Iron Ties,
te demand lor Rope is very light and prices irrec,u
!ar, and somewhat nominal at quotations.* We quote
?emp at 8?12 cents fi ft.; Greenleaf at 12@13
?nts, ai.d Jute at S'-?9 cents Yt ft.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for Cotton are coming
nto use. and DILLON'S Universal Tte, WM. ROACH.
igent, the Arrow Tie, R. Mrnr & Co., Agents, the
iCAED's Tie, GEOEGE tv. WILLIAMS R Co., Agents,
nd the WAILET Buckle Tie, STBEET BEOTHEBS &
;o.. Agents, and GOULD MCINTIEE'S Tie, WILLIS &
IEISOLX, Agents, and the FASSMAN'B Tie, R. M. BTT
EE, Agent, areofferedin this market at 10?10>i
ems fi ft. r?
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-There is a moderate
tock of this article, and we quote River Floor
sg Boards at SI3 ~A M.; Scantling and Plank
70? 12 fl M.; Timber of shipping and good Mill
ualitieB there is a hght supply on the market
nd may be quoted at $11@12 fi M. Common is
ailing at $5 Vii f) M. ; and City sawed Lumber at
20@.'5 fl M.
FREIGHTS-To most points are doll andnomi
al in consequence of the full supply of tonnage on
ie berth. To Liverpool. ?id- on Upland and ?id.
a Sea Islands. To Harre nominal. To the West
adles but little offering at $7@S8 gold, fl M on
umber, for north side of Cuba, and $9?$10 fl M.,
?ld, for south side, with the privilege of changing I .
orta. Coastwise-To New York by steam, $1 50 fl
ale on Upland, and -c. on Sea Islands, 75c. f)
erce on Rice ; by sail, somewhat nominal fi ft on Up
Jids. and -c fl tierce on Rice. To Boston by
earn, -c. fi ft. on Cotton and -c fi tierce on
ice; by sail -c fi ft. on Cotton. To Philadel
nia, fie fl ft. on Upland Conon by steam, j
ad -c. fi ft. by sail. To Baltimore, by steam, I
i cent fl ft. on Cotton, and SI 50 f titree on j
ice. The Baltimore and Charleston Steamship
ompany take Cotton through to Cincinnati, et
1.50 fi 100 tbs.: Rice 55c. f) 100 tts. To Louis. J \
Lile, Cotton, IL 70 fl 100 fts. ; Rice 75c. f) 100 lbs
0 St. Louis, Cotton, $2.10 fi 100 fts.; Rice 8?c.
) 100 fts. These steamers take freight through to j
hiladelphia. On Lumber, by sall, to New York, d
hUadelphia and Baltimore, at $7? 8 ? M., and on r
unber S9@10 fi AI. nominal. t
EXCHANGE-Sterling Pills-The rate yesterday
as 149 S' for sixty days' bills. 1
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing j
igbt Checks on New York at discount, 5 days % S
?sconnt, 10 and 15 days % discount, 20 and 25 days fc
?. fi. diseount.80 days 1% discount. They are Bell*
ig Sight Checks at }i premium.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
1 and selling at -ti-:.
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xtract from Easton ? Co.'s Cotton Re . 0
NEW YORK, April 4.-THE MAJIKET-In our la t 8'
port the market closed firm at 2Cc for Midd'ing
)UudB, and in Liverpool buoyant at 10*?al0}?d for
ilands, and 10!,al0)id for Orleans. During this
;ek there has been much excitement, and an ad- ]l
nce of 3c %l ft b-re, und tn Liverpool still greater di
citement, with prices un about 2d. The sales have 5
en 80,529 bales, of which ouly 51G7 bales were to
Inners, and 42,253 bales to speculators. The sta?
tical position is certainly a very strong one. The
?ck in Liverpool in 313,000 bales; afloat, from ln
., 109,000 balee; and from America 213,000 balee;
al 696,000. On April 6th, 1807, the stock w<s I th
667,000 balea; afloat, from India, 295,000 bales; and
from America 120,000 bales; total 1,082,000 balea.
The deficiency in visible supply to Great Britain is
now 387,000 bales. In the United States the stock is
240,000 bales less than at the same time last year.
The receipts continue to fall off steadily, and it is
evident now that our estim?t-; of 2.250.000 bales, as
published in the circular of January 10th, will be
nearly correct. The interest that bas been felt by
the trade in the weekly receipts, can now be turned
to other points which are to have an important bear?
ing on the future conree of prices. Dp to this time
the opinions expressed in our circulars have been in
favor of higher prices, base J on supply and demand.
If we have written nothing against cotton, it was be?
cause we could eee nothing to prevent advancing
prices. We repeat what we have so often said, that
prices mu6t go to a point that will check consump?
tion, such rapid progress towards that unknown
point has been made lately that we wish to call at?
tention to some points that nay influence prices.
Since January first the English spinners have
bought largely, and they now hold about 200,000
bales stock at their mills.
The consumption of goods in Europe is large, but
it may be partly because contracta were made with
the spinners /or goods on a basia of 8d, 9d and lOd.
Will the consumption remain so great when new con?
tracts are to be made on the basis oflld,12dand
13d ? What will be the effect of 13d on the exports
from Bombay? The shipments for the first half of
March were 29,000 bales, and for the third week 34,
000 bales. It ia almost too early to say anything
about the crop now being planted, but it will not be
many months before this subject will have an im?
portant bearing on prices. That planters will make
every effort to raise s crop is certain. The tax has
been removed, wages, corn, and provisions are low?
er, and prices are very remunerative.
Upland k . _
Florida. Mobile. N. Orleans. Texas.
Ordinary.@26 (?20% @26% ?26%
GoodOrdinarv..@27 @27% ?.27% (a.?iy
Low Middling..@28 @28% @28% @28J_
Middling.@29 ?29% ?29% ?29%
Sales of the week, 80,529 biles-including 5167 to
spinners, 42,253 to speculators, and 33,109 to export?
Stocks in the interior towns, March 20, 43,115
bales, against 75,098 bales same time 1?67.
N civ Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, April 4.-Corros-Before opera?
tors bad got under way this morning, the Liverpool
accounts were at hand reporting the early sales at
20,0 J0 bales, at 12%d quoted for Upland Middlings,
in port and afloat, and 12% for Orleans. Buyers
went to work and secured about 4600 bales, on the
bssis of 30a-for Good Ordinary, 31a- for Low Mid?
dling, and 32a- for Middling. At 1 F. M. the Liver
pool telegram of 3 P. M. was received, giving Bales
of 30,000 bales, at an advance-the quotations being
jumbled up-but with tho aid of private accounts
the price o? Middling Orleans was understood to be
13d., and still the market was buoyant and advanc?
ing. After this, holders generally were unwilling to
name a price for what remained on the market,
which closed in an excited mood.
Of the Fales 2000 bales were to one buyer for Liv?
erpool. The opinion poins ground that the supply
from India will be short of the estimates consider?
ably. On the other band, it is believed tbat spinners
in the Middle and Northern States have secured ful?
ly 100,000 boles overland, beyond what hos been re?
poned at points of destination.
A larger business has been done on speculation
here this year than perhaps ever before on so small
a supply. The reported sales since the first of Feb?
ruary are 27,000 bales above receipts, after allowing
for difference of stock. The actual resales are, per?
haps, more than double that amount.
Receipts yesterday were 30C0 bales, of which 2900
rame by two boats from the upper Arkansas.
STATEMENT OP COTTON".
stock on hand September 1st, 1867.bales-15,256
Cleared to-day. 4,946
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 71,472
Memphis Cotton Market.
MEMPHIS, April 5.-Corros-Thc market yester
day was excited, with a steady advance in prices.
During the day there was a brisk demand. Thc
transactions made were mainly by speculators, who
were operating quito freeiy, and purchasing all that
was offered. The favorable advices from Liverpool
s?niulated the market, and holders asked full rat;?,
l?ales for the day foot up 500 bales; Middling 30c;
Strict Middling 30%a31c; Low Middling 29c; Good
Ordinary 28c. The market closed firm and buoyant,
with holders asking 31a32c,ior Middling.
MEMPHIS COITOS QUOTATION'S.
Good Ordinary.27 ?28
Good Middling. 32 ?
Stock on hand Sept 1,1868. 1,080
Received to-day. 1,022
Exported to-day. 632
Stock on hand and at presses.6,272
Btceipte for the week.3,695
Exports for the week.3,520
WILMINGTON, April 7.- TUBPEN?TNE-Is being
brought to market sparingly, and we note a fair de?
mand. Only 22 bbls received to-day and sold at $5
56 for new virgin, ?3 60 for yellow dip, and $215 for
iard, per 280 lbs.
SPDUIB TUBPESTTSE-Sales of only 73 bbls at 60a
Sic per gallon-the market closing at loweet figure.
Roans'-Is in fair demand, and marknt steady,
.ales of 1988 bbls at S2 30 for strained, s 2 35 for
?trained and No 2, $2 50 lor No 2, and S3 50 for No L
TAB-136 bbls changed hands at 52 20 per bbl.
Corros-Market quiet. No rales reported.
TIMBES-Two raits sold at 56 25 for ordinary, and
57 50 for fair mill
BALTIMORE, April 6.-Corros-After the close of
mr report on Saturday there were sales, of 206 bales
Diddling upland at 29% cte; 200 bales low middling
it 28 cte, making tbe aggregate sales for that day np
cards of 2100 bales, and the largest ever before re?
torted. To-day the market was lees active, and
?rices fell off % to 1 cent per lb, though the closing
.'able telegram reported the market at Liverpool
2%d on the spot, and 12%d to arrive, with sales for
he day ot 16.000 bales. Transactions here only
mounted to 240 bales, viz : 26 bales middling at
9% cte; 163 bales at 28% cte for low middling, and
7% cte for stained; 42 bales low middling at 28,%
ts; 10 bales stained ordinary at 26% cte; closing
[uiet but firm at 29% its for middling.
COFFEE-On Saturday there was a sale of 300 bags
tio, ex Lapwing, to arrive, on private terms, and uv
lay 560 bags Rio, from second hands, price net
FLOCB-The Inquiry was fair to-day, bnt' owing to
he scarcity oi grades wanted, and armut aa of hold
rs, sales were restricted. We have only to notice
00 bbls Howard-street Super at S1037; 160 bbls
hoice do at SH; KO bbls Ohio Extra at Sil. Rye
Nour ls firm at S9 75al0: last sale wis at 5? 76. Corn
leal-a sale of 200 bbls City Mills yellow at SC per
GB-US-Wheat-Receipts to-day SOO bushels white
nd 6600 bushels red; market steady, with sal-s of
00 bushels Southern red at S2 96a3; 1000 bushels
hoice Pennsylvania do at $2 80 ; 116 bushelo at S2 75 ;
00 bushels do at S2 6C; 0-0 bushels inferior at S2 40;
tole of 5000 bushels spring on private terms, quote
112 50a2 60. Corn-15,000 bushels white and 13,600
uihels yellow received; market quiet; sales include
700busuelaprime dry waite at Sill; 860 bushels
codeo at SI 10; 800 bushels SI 09; 3900 bushels
nxed at SI 08; the market closed at SI ll for prime
ry shipping white-3230 bushels good to prime yel
JW st SI I9al 20; 100 bushels at SI 18; 302 bushels
amp at SI 16, and 900 bushels mixed at SI 09. Oats
-6032 bushels received; demand good with sales as
jil?we: 470 bushels common at 82c; 1800 bushels
dr do at 63c; 362 oushels at 88c; 400 bushels at 90c,
ud 200 bushels at 91a92c. Rye-sales of 100 bush
Is at Si 80, and 200 bushels at SI 82 per bushel.
MOLASSES-Stock small and alnioBt entirely com
osed of English Island, in first bands; quotations
line as last.
PBOVISIOSS-Our market was unsettled to-day,
older* n?t offering their stock, and good inquiry
om the traue. We report a sale or 80,000 tbs clear
ib bulk Sides at 15c. Bacor.-Sales toot up about
jo casks in lots, closing prices being lor Shoulders
3%ui4c; rib Hides I5%al6c, acd clear rib 16%al7c.
ams have not shared in the late improvement;
uote quiet and steady at lSa20c, latter lor the best
Jitar-cured canvased. Mess Pork held firm at S26a
3 30 $ bel. Lord-Sales of 20U tes Wes.ern at 17c;
uote Jobbing lota 17%al9%c Dispatches received
us afternoon from Cu icago reported that market ex
ted, and quote bulk Shoulders ll%c, Cumberland
Ides 13c, and short rib 16c.
K.CE-Steady but Inactive; we quote Carolina at
>%a% eti, and Rangoon 10al0% cte 3 lb. ttcck
Sevr York Market.
. MOSEY MABKET.
The New York Journal of Commerce of Ines
?y, April 7, says:
Tue money market appeared to be a little less
rincent k>day than was anticipated, although
itre was an active ceuian i for temporary loans of
ipltal at 7 per cent, with occasional commissions
pon tilt- best collaterals. The rouge of discount tor
ie best business paper at abort date is Salt) per cent,
Gold opened this morning at 138%, touched 137%,
jeu advanced to la8%, from which it deel ned to
J7%, and closed at this price. From 4 to 7 per cent,
tr annum and 3-64 per day was paid for carrying,
osing at the lower rate.
The following will nhow the exchanges to-day at
ie New York Gold Lxeliange Bank:
American silver sells at 6a7 cents below the price
"KO]-J. Mexican dollars are dull at 103al03% in
Foreign exchange is steady. Leading bankers ask
19% for 60 days Bterling bills, and 110% for short
Kbt do. We quote: Bills at 60 days cn London,
iyol0tf% for commercial; 109%al09% for bankers;
3 at short eight, HOallO'.,' ; Paris at 60 days, 5 18%a
15; do at short eight, 5 13%a5 12% ; Antwerp, 6 lb%
515; Swiss, 51tT%a515; Hamburg, 35%a36%;
iiisterdam, 40%a41>? ; Frankfort, 40%a41 ; Bremen,
ia79%; Prussian thalers, 71%a71%.
Stocks were generally well sustained at the open
g. but prices were irregular ot the first B. ssion of
e public boora. At the regular board thc market
lacked spirit; the business was well distributed, but
the highest c. xl y quotations were not fully main?
tained, and ft f some of the most active shares were
lower toward i the close. Governments are compa?
ratively quiet, bnt with no important change in
NEW YORK, April 6.-BEEADSTTT?TS-The market
for State and Western flour is doll, and prices have
declined five to ten cents. The sales are 6200 bbls at
S9 I0a9 60 foi superfine State; $6 60al0 25 for com?
mon extra ? tate; $10 30al0 60 for good to choice
do; $10} 55al. 00 for fancy do; $9 10a9 CO for su?
perfine michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, Ac, and $985
alO 404for ext? do; $10 50all for choice extra do, in?
cluding ship'ling brands of round hoop Ohio at
$10 OOalO io, ind trade brands of do at $10 50al3 85;
good to choice white wheat extras at $12 00a 13 86; St
Louis at $10 ? Ball 00 for common to fair extra, and
$12 50al6 00 for good to choice, closing dull. We
quote: Superlne State $910a9 50, Extra State $9 90a
10 60, Super 'Western $910a9 50, Extra Western $9 86
al040. Extra Ohio round hoop $10 OOalO 10, do trade
$10 60al3 86, Extra St Louis $10 50al5 00.
Booma FLO un -There is a large business do?
ing, but at a ?rifle lower prices. Sal?s were made of
1200 bbls at $9 BOalO 70 for fair extra, and $10 75a
14 50 for good to choice do.
CujFomcL. FLO CB-The market is rather quiet,
but prices remain without change. The sales are
580 sacks at 5 12 25al4.
COBS-The re is a fair call for home u?e and export,
but at a cone 'ssion of about one cent on the part of
the sellers. We notice sales of 57,000 bushels at
$1 21al 23 for new Western mixed, afloat; $1 21 for
old Western nixed, in store: $125 for do, delivered;
$1 25al 27 fer Western and Southern yellow, and
$118al 21 for white Southern and Western.
OATS-Are rather stronger with but little doing
Sales were mide of 30,000 bushels Western, in store,
COFFEE-1 he market for Eio 1B firm and fairly ac?
tive. We no deo eales of 3805 bags, ex Christian, and
1000 bags ex Terazina, on private terms. The other
kinds are quiet but steady.
Corros-'I he heavy receipts, in addition to the un?
favorable advices from Europe, have rendered our
market dull and lower. Very many of the holders
are unwilling to accept the current prices, but there
are some offi ring to sell, and the lots thus put in the
market are filly equal to the demands of the buyers.
Tbe eales are 2723 bales, including 340 to spinnners:
1283 to spectators, and 1100 to exporters, ot which
200 are in treusit. We quote:
Florida. Mobile. N. O. Texas.
Ordinary.26 a26% toH*&X 26%a27 263?a27%
Good Or'n'ry.27 a?7% 27%a27?: 27%a28 TljglMH
LowMiddhXg.28 028% 28^a28J? 28%o29 28%a29.L4'
Middling.29 a29% 29>?a29% 29%a30 295?a30.<j
FRUITS-A cargo of Mfsslna fruit offered at auc?
tion, brought: Oranges, $1 :0a2 90; Lemons, $2 i5a
HAY-Is in fair demand at 80c for shipping, and SI
al 25 for reu .il qualities.
MOLASSES-Tue market is quiet to-day, and prices
though not quotably different, are hatdly s. firm.
We do not learn ot any sales ot moment.
NAVAL SIC BES-Spirit? Turpentine is quiet at 66%
a67c, with siles of 75 bbls. Kotins ore not quotably
changed ; tho sales are 3100 bbls at S3 30 for s train cl
common on the wharf; S3 37% for strained; $3 35 for
strained coscmon to arrive; No. 2 at $3 C0a3 75; No.
1 at $4o5.
PROVISION'S-Pork-The market is fairly active
(particularly lor prime mess) at firmer prices. We
notice sales sf 3700 bbls at $26a2612 lor new Western
mess, cash (.nd regular way, closing at $26 12, cash,
$24 5Ua24 75 for '6Ca'67 mess, $21a2150 for prime and
extra prime ; $24 50a24 76 for thin mess ; and 24 50a
24 62 for prime mess. Th? afternoon market is
firmer, bnt not very active, tince 'Change sales
been made of 1000 bbls new mess at ?20 25, regular
way; 250 do old mess at $25; and for May delivery
250 bbls, sellers' opt'on May at $26 60.
BEEF.-There is but little dome. Sales were made
of 150 bbls at Sl4a$20for plain Western mess, and
$20324 75 for extra do.
BEEF HAIIS-Are quiet Sales were made of 150
bbls at $343 ;3G.
TIZBCE EEEF.-There is not much doing, but
prices arc firaly held. We quote prime me? at $34
aS37, and Intua Mess at $38ai41..
BACON Sn EB-The market is very firm with a fair
inquiry tor sxport; tbc sales are 6(10 boxes at 13u mr
Cumberland cut; 14al4%c lor ?hort rib, and 14% for
CUT MEATS-There is a large bnsines? doing at de?
cidedly li rm tr prices. Sales were made of 515 pkg!?
ot 15al5%c tor hams in dry ealt; lj%&16c lor do in
sweet pickle: aud ll%oll% cts lor shoulders in diy
D BES SED Hoos- The market is quiet. We 'quote
city at 12al2yc.
LAUD-The market is decidedly more active in
par; lor export, and prices are advaucing. Sales were
made of 120 ) ?es and bbls nt lCal7c for No 1 to kettle
rendered city; 16%c for No 1 Western; 17al7!~'c for
steam reudtu-d and kettle dried do; and 17;*>c for
kettle rendered clo. Also 250 tes for May d eli very,
sellers' option, ot lH^r. In thc afternoon there were
rumors that a sale for May delivery had teen effected
BUTTER-Th? cold weather, in addition to the
light recsiptB, have Btiffened the pnces for nsw but?
ter. Sales liave been made to-day is high as 51c.
Old is scarce, and selle slowly at former rates. The
low grades s re unchanged.
RICE-There is nothing new to nolie? in the mar?
ket We quote Carolina at 10%all%c.
SUOAB-Tie market for raw is quiet, but prices
are steadily held. We quote fair to good refining at
loralie, anil No 12 box at lljfc. The soles are 3J6
hhds, at 10%al0%c; ?96 boxes at 10%al2%c, and
?011 bags Ptrnambuco, on private terms. The de?
mand for relined is quite active, and prices are well
maintained. We quote soft yellow at 14%al53?c;
Bolt white at 15%al6c, and crushed, powdered and
granulated a: 18%c.
FREIGHTS--lo Liverpool-1160 bales cotton, 5-16d
i?"d; 16,000 Imihels corn at 4d; and per steamer, 360
ba.es cotton it %da%d; 7500 bushels com ot Cd; 1000
boxes bacon tt 30*; 650 bbls pork at 3s Gd ; 50U0 boxes
L'heese at 40s
PUESTE."G CLOTHS-Market very active, with a
itrong upwai d tendency. The advance In the price
jf goods hu aardly k?pt pofe with the price of the
-aw material and little, if any, advantage ls yet de?
lved therefrom by the manufacturer. At the close
he price of otton, aa well as goode, was still ad?
vancing. The sales of the psst week are 176,000
Dieces ai an average increase of three-quarters of a
tent educe Mmday, The following are the sales:
!000pieces 52x52, 7%c; 4000 pieces 56x60,1%C? 5000
deces 56x60, 3c; 10,000 pieces66x60,8if^c; 5000 pieces
?0x65, S J,'c; 1000 pieces, 60x64, 8%c, early in the
reek; 55,000 pieces, 64x64, 9c; 20,000 pieces 64x64,
?ic; 15,000 pieces 64x64, 9%c; 10,000 piecer 64x64,
<%c; 26,000 p eces 64x64, 9%c; 10,000 pieces 64x64,
?io ; 800J pie :es 64x64, 9 M c. Total, 176,000pieces.
^otidence Jcurnal, April 6.
Exports ol' Klee. Naval Stores and Ii un?
der iron? the Port of Charleston. J rem
September 1,1867, to April 9, 1868
hi ?adelph m. ...
[artlord, Corn -j
rilmington, N\ C..
rovidence, I I-1
ther C. S. Ports...
N. ST?HES. I LUMBER.
[ajorca A a Market
igua La Grande...
L Jaco de Cuba...
ail ia I, NS.
; Johns, N B...
omparatf.ve Exports of Cotton, from
tbe Port ot Charleston.
Lher British Ports.
Total to Gnat Britain...
tber J rench Forts.
Total to Fri nee.
Krth 01 Europe.
Total North of Europe.
inth of Europe,
est Indies, Ac.
Total Foreign Ports.
[iode Island, &c.
? w York.
il tim ore ond Non 'jlk....
?sw Orleans, kc.
uer United States Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
snslgnees per South Carolina Railroad,
462 bales Cotton, 33 bales Domestics, 420 bags
irn. 1 Ki bags Bice, 29 bogs Peas, 100 casks Clay, 1
r Wood, 2 cars Stock. To G H Walter h Co, J D
isc-b, F Horsey, ? H Rodgers A Co, A BirnweU, W
Bull, Bollmann Bros, W Cahill, Ctsey & Kenyon,
Lebby, J Wiley A Co, Cbisolm Bros, Ostendorff A
i, T J Wharton, Mowry & Co, W C Courtney A Co,
Mure tt Co, G W Williams A Co, J B E Sloan, L
lapin. Thurston k Holmes, King A Giboon, L
.ucker, J Campsen A Co, Steamer Dictator, Rail
ad Agent, J H Renneker, J M Martin, W Bosch, J
W H Armstrong.
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BAGGING, fl yara
Dundee. 30 ? cs
Gunny Cloth. - @ _
BALE HOPE, fl ft-Manilla. 24 ? 25
Western. 08 @ 12?
New York. - 5 _
Jn e.. 8)i@ 09
BREAD, fl ?
havy. 7 @ 8
PUot. 9 ? ll
Crackers. 12 ? 16
BRICKS, fl M. 9.00 ?20.00
fl 100 tts. 33 ? -
COTTON, fl ft
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 26 ? 28
Low Middling. 28H& -
Middling to Strict Middling. 29}$? -
Good Middling. - ? -
Sealsland. 35 ? 1.50
CANDLES, f> ft-Sperm. 28 ? -
Adamantine. 22 ? 23
Tallow. 19 ? 20
COFFEE, ? ft-Bio. 20 @ 26
Laguayra. 2t> ? 35
Java. 35 ? 40
CORDAGE, fl ft-Manilla. - ? -
Tarred American. 26 ? 28
CORN MEAL, fl bbl. 6.00 ? -
COAL. fl ton-Anthracite. - ? -
COPPER. V ft-Sheet. 68 ? 60
Wando Co's Ammon'd Sol Phos. 65.00 ? -
Potato Fertilizer. 50.00 ? -
Alkaline Phosphate. 30.00 ? -
Bone Flour. 65.00 ? -
Double Refined Poudrette....... 30.00 (a) -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 ? -
Peruvian Guano, %* ton. 100.00 @ -
Pacific Guana, fl 200O fte. 75.00 ? -
Phoenix Guano. 55.00 @ -
Baugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... 00.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphate. fl 2000 ft?... 65.00 ? -
Mapes'SuperPhosphate, fi 2000 ft 65.00 ? -
Zen's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 ? -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 65.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime..-. 65.00 ? 00
FISH-Cod, 1? 100 tts. 7.00 ? 9.60
Herring, fl box. 40 ? 00
Mackerel, No. 1, fl half bbl.10.50 ?ll.
Mackerel, No. 2, fl half bbl. 9.., ? -
Mackerel, No. 3, 'fl bbL. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits. . .75 ? -
No. 2. - @ -
No. 3.? - ?
Sardines, fl 100-quarter boxea.. 23 ? 25
Hall boxes 48 ? 50
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super.11.00 ?11.50
Northern and Western Extra.12.00 ?13.00
Baltimore Extra.13.00 ? -
8outhern#^Snper. 32.00 ?12.60
* Extra.13.00 ?13.50
FRUITS-Braue?, fl ft.22 ? -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. - ? -
Almonds, sort shell. 35 ? 40
Raisins, M. R., fl box.Nt.00 ? 5.00
Raisins, Layer. 5.00 @ 5.50
Oranges. - ? -
Lemons, fl box.16.00 ?17.00
GLASS, fl box of 50 feet
American, 8x10. 8.50 @ 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ?6.50
French. 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
67?^LV-Maryltnd Oats, fl bushel. I - ? -
Western Oats, fl bushel.I - ? -
Corn, fl bushel.I 1.23 @ 1.35
Beans, fl bushel..I 2.00 roi 3.00
17.IF. fl cwt.-North River.| - ? -
Eastern.I 1.30 ? -
RIDES-Dry, fl ft.I 10 ? 12
INDIGO-fi ft.r. 1.00 ?1.75
IRON-Refined, fl ft. U5fc@ 00
Swede. 08 ? 09
LATHS, Si M. 4.CO ? 4.50
LIME-Shell, fl bbl. - ? -
South Carolina, in bbls. 1.50 ? -
Rockport, in bulk.i 1.25 ? -
Cement. 2.75 la 3.00
Plaster Paris..'. . | 4.00 ? 4.60
LUMBER, fl M. leet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|50.00 ?55.00
White Pine, good run.,38.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 f?25.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Rough.|12.00 ?15.00
Grooved and Tommed_ 29.00 ?32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, fl ft. - ? - .
MOLASSES, fl gallon-Cuba. 46 ? 49
Muscovado. SO ? 53
Sugar House. 50 ? 1.00
New Orleans. - (Si -
NAVAL STORES,-^ bbl-Tar.... - ? -
Pitch. - ? -
Rosin, Pale. 5.00 ? 6.00
Rosin, No. 1.t. 2.75 ? 4.00
Rosin, No. 2. 2.50 ? -
Rosin, No. 3. 2.25 1 -
Spirits Turpentine, fl gallon. 58 ? -
Ujjtaia. v 10. 16 foi -.
NAILS- American, 4@20d, fl keg.. 5.50 ? 7.00 .
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing. 7.50 fajlO.OO
Copper, ?l ft. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 @ -
Spikes.... 12 ? 15?
Ol Lard, fl gallon. 1.35 ftf. 1.40
Linseed, fl gallon. 1.29 ? 1.30
Sperm, Winter, fl gallon. 2.75 ? 3.00
Cotton Seed, fl gallon.I - ? -
Castor iE Li, fl gallon.| 8.00 ? -
Olive, fl dozen.I 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, fl gallon. 62 ? 54
Benzine, fl gallon.I CO ta -
PROVISICNS- Beef, mess, fl bbl.j24.00 ?26.00
Beef, prime.114.00 ?15.00
Pork, meas. 23.00 ?26.00
Rump. - ? -
Bacon, Hams, fl ft. 20 ? 22
Bacon, Sides. 17 ? 18
Bacon. Shoulders. 16 tes -
Bacon, Strips. 17 ? -
Lard, in keg. - ? -
Butter. 40 ? 55
Cheese. 115 ? 30
Potatoes, fl bbl. 4.00 ? 5.00
Onions.I 6.00 ? -
Apples. C.DU ? 8.00
PAINTS- White Lead, fl ft. 10 ? 16
Black Lead.I 10 ? 12
Zinc. White.I 12 ? lfl
PLOW STEEL, fl ft 12 ? -
RICE-Carolina, fl ft. 9>?@ V?%
East India. - ? -
SLATES-American, fl square.12.50 (Sj -
SHINGLES, ft M. 7.00 ? 8.C0
White Pint, first quality.12.00 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fl sack.. 1.50 ?1.80
Liverpool, fine. - ? -
SOAP-?ar, fl lb. ll @ 15
STARCH, fl ft. 10 ? 12
SPICES, fl ft-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 76 ?
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.60
Pepper. 40 ? -
Phnento. 40 ? 60fc
Race Ginger. SO ? -
SPIRITS, fl gallon-Alcohol. 6.00 ? fl.00
Brandy, Cognac.I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? 9.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 ? 5.00
Gin, American. 3.60 ? 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 @ 6.00
Rum, N. E. 2.50 @ 3.0O
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 ? 5.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 ?2.40
WGAR, fl ft-Raw. 13 ? 15
Crashed. 18 @ 19
Clarified A. 17 ? 18
Clarified B. 17 @ 18
Clarified C.,. 1.6&? 17
Loaf. 18 ? 19
Porto Rico. :A @ 15
Muscova?'' . ?8 Q .15
1EGARS-Dom'i.;aianu'tuxe,?lM. 18.00 ?46.00
"EAS, ft lb-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 ? 2.CO,
Hyson. l.W ? 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 ? 1.75
"OBACCO, fl ft, os per quality.... 40 ? 1.60
RIMBER-Hewn Timber-Y.Pine.. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash. - ? -
Poplar. - ? - .
Hickory. - ? - 1
"IN-J C Roofing Plate.15.00 ? - !
IC Tin Plate' 10x14.,
IX Tm Plate 3x14.,
IC Tin Plate, 14x20.,
Block Tin, fl ft.
'WINE-Cotton, V ft.
TARNISH-9?right, fl gallon.
rINEGAR-White Wine, fl gallon,
VINE, fl gallon-Port.
Claret, $ case.
Champagne, ^ basket.
S - 1
1.00 ? 1.29
2.50 ? 6.00
2.25 ? 6.00
2.25 ? 6.00
F HAS ES 07 THE MOON.
'nil Moon, 7th, 2 hours. 8 minutes, morning,
ast Quarter, Hts, 5 hours, 26 minutes, evening,
lew Moon, 22d, 3 hour, 12 minutes, evening.
Ir st Quarter, 29tb, 1 hour, 10 minutes, evening.
EI?ES. I BETS.
E Monday....! 6..42
7 Tuesday.... 5..41
8 Wednesday.! 5..40
il Thursday...; 5..39
D Friday. 5..37
1 Saturday... 5. .36
2 Sunday.I 5..35
Port of Charleston, April IO.
Steamer City Point. Adkins, Palatka, via Jackson
ille and Savannah. Mdze. To J D Aiken A Co, J
btock, Gourdin, Matthiessen A Co, Lopez A Little,
* M Lawton, J R Pringle, J B Togni, J A J D Kirk
atrick, Roper A Stoney, Cohen, Han ?kel A Co. The
P was prevented crossing St John's Bar in time,
nesday last, 0; a heavy gale.
riush bark Arbitrator, Irwin, Liverpool-R Mure A
:hr Minerva, Collina, West Indies-J A Enslow &
From this Port.
leamship E B Souder, Lebby, New York, April 6.
ark A B Wyman, Wyman, New York, April 6.
galled for th 4 Port.
S team ship Alliance, Kelly, from^Philadelphia, April 9.
The Behr Abbie S Willard, from Boston for Charles?
ton, arrived at Newport on the 1th inst.
LIST OF SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, April 9, 1868.
Tsaecxxs CTITJEB 100 TOSS, AND STEAMERS COASTING.
WITHIN TEZ ETATS EXCEPTED.
Charleston, 1226 tons, Berry, at Adder's wharf, rbr
New York, loading-J Adger A Co.
Saragossa, 778 tons, Oowell at Vandexhorst'i wharf?
for New York, loading-Bavenel & Co.
Moneka, 649 tons, 8hackford, at Brown* Co's wharf,
for New York, leading-Jno & Theo Getty.
Equator, - tons, Spencer, at Atlantic whait for Gal?
veston, repairing-J A x Getty.
Hannah Morris (Br), 1061 iona, Morris, at Atlantic ..
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Willis A Chisolnu.
Graham's Poller, 759 tons, Burges, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Patterson 4 Stock.
Sedbergh (Br), 614 tons, Kneale. at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Patterson b Stock.
Charleston (Br), 678 tons, Cochrane, nt Boyce A Co's
wharf, from Liverpool, discharging-B Mure *
B HTucser, 1098 tons, Bundlett, at Vanderhorst'e.
wharf, from liverpool, discharging-Master.
Eichard the Third, 898 tons, Scott, m the Stream,.
from liverpool, just arrived-Maeter.
Amelia, 688 tons. Conner, at Vanderhorst's wharf,
from Liverpool discharging-J T Weisenau.
Sitka, 869 tons, Thompson, at Atlantic wharf, for - *
Liverpool, loading-Bisley b Creighton.
Bosalind (Br), 640 tons, Clark, at Accommodation
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-J A, Enslow A Co.
Arbitrator (Br), 587 tons, Irwin, at "Boyce A Co's ?
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A Co.
Times (Br), 162 tons, Morgan, at Southern wharf,
from Cardenal?; walting-J A En alow A Co.
Victoria (Span), 265 tons, Xi viii er, at Bennett's wharf,.
for .barcelona, loading-W P w?u
Fortuna (Span;, 202 tons, Llenas, at Brown b Co's.
wharf, tor Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Josie A Devereaux, 391 tons, Smith, at Brown b Co's?
wharf, for Boston, loading-M Goldsmith & Son.
Mary Bice, 189 tons, Fisher, in Ashley River, for
a Northern Bert, loading-H F Baker A Co.
Webster Kelly, 163 tons, Haskell, in the Stream,
from Boston, walting-J A Enslow Sc Co.
Anna Barton, 224 tons, Frink.tin Ashley River, for 1
Philadelphia, loading- -H F Baker A Co
T G Smith, 282 tens, Lake, m> Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loading-W Roach, i
Lilly, - tons, Francis, at N E Bailrfcd wharf, for "
New York, loading-W Roach. \ . OG
H J Raymond, 190 tons, Ellsworth, at N~E Rii'.rojd
wharf, for New York, loading-W Roach.
J A Parsons, 270 tons, ; Young, in Ashley River, for -
Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A Co.
Matoaka.218 tons, Fooks, in the Stream, for New
E H Naylor, 280 tons, Naylor, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A Co.
AP Cianmer, 804 tona. Cranmer, at N E Railroad
wharf, for New York, loading-Master.
A H Edwards, 233 tons, Bartlett, in Ashley River,
for Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker & Co.
Minerva, 212 tons, Collins, at Brown A Co's wharf,
for West Indies, ready-J A Enslow A Co.
Rising Sun, 233 tons, Jones, in Ashley' River, from
Rockport, Me, discharging-Olney A Co.
Cata warn teak, HO tons, Packard, in Ashley River,
for a Northern Port, loading-T Tupper b Sons.
Moses B BramhaD (8-masted), 336 tons, Hussey, at
Brown b Co's wharf, from Greenport, L I, dis?
R W Godfrey, 303 tone, Godfrey, at Central wharf,.
from New York, discharging-3 F Baker A Co.
L S Davis, 318 tons, Bishop, at Central wharf, from.
Boston, discharging-W Roach,
Waranga, 127 tons, Munroe, at Gas Co's wharf, from .
Philadelphia, discharging-Master. '
John M Broomoll, - tons, Douglas, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker A
Menawa, - tons, Dlssosway, at Brown b Co's whait,
from New York, discharging-T Tupper b Sons.
Oliver Ames, - tons, French, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker &
CHARLESTON CITY . RAILWAY COM?
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO.,1 .
COOKES BROAD AKD EAST B.\r STREETS, y
CHASLESTOS, So. CA., March 16th, 1868. j'
SCHEDULE OE THE CHARLESTON CITY'
Leave Upper Terminus Leav* Lower Terminus ?
at 7.30 AM, and at inter- a: 8 A.M., and at inter?
vals of ten (10; minutes vals of ten (10; minutes -
during the day till the during'the day -oil . 9 P.
last trip at 8.30 P.M. M.
N.H.-Leave the Battery as follows: Twenty (20) .
minuto after the hour, and ten (10) minuto cf tho
hoar, from 8.20 A. M., to 7.50 P. M., except at ten .
(10) minute: of 9 o'clock, A M. Every other trip .
from the oldPostomce. ?
Leave Upper Terminus I Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 A.M., and at Inter- at 8.05 AU., and at inter?
vals of tea (10) minutes I vals of ten (10) minntee
during the day tm 8.20 during the day till 9P.M..
N. B.-Leave the Battery at five (5) minutes after
the hour, and thirty-five (35) minutes after the hour,,
except at 9.05 A M., nurdi 7.45 P. M. Every other
trip from the old Poitomce.
Leave Upper Terminus Leave the Lover Temi
at 9 A.M., and at inter* nus at 9.30 AM., and at
vals of fifteen (15) min- Intervals of fifteen (15) .
otes till 7.00 P. M. minutes till 7.30 P. M.
N.B.-Ul the trips are to tho Battery, until 6.15 P.
M. Ibu last trip of each car to the old Postoffice.
B?TLEDG E-STBEET LINE.
Leave Upper Terminus | Leave Lower Terminus
at 9 A.M., and at inter-1 at 9.35 AM., and at inter?
vals of every twenty (20) vals of every twenty (20).
minutes till 6.45 P.M. | minutes all 7.30 P.M.
N.B.-All the trips ore to the Battery, until 6.15 P.
M. The lost trip of each car to the old Poetofflce.
8. W. RAMSAY,
January 22_Secretary and Treasurer'
S OCT il CAROLINA RAILROAD.
rraiS COMPANY HAS NOW ON SALE, FOR THE'
J. accommodation of Merchants throughout the
Country, ?BU&TJtaSS TICKETS" to travel over thc
ONE THOUSAND MILES FOB $25.
They can be procured at the Company's Ticket ?
Offices in Augusta, Columbia and Camden; also in*
Charleston from L. C. HENDRICKS,
General Ticket Agent,
April 4_stnth_Office Jahn-itreet.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON, a. C., March 26, 1868. >
ON AND AFTER SUIIDAY, MARCH 29TH, THE."
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Caroline*
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.30 A. M.
?Vrrive at Augusta.3.90 P. M.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
arrive at Augusta.....0.45 A IL.
Leave Charleston.6.80 A M.
irrive at Columbia.3.60 P. M..
Leave Charleston.6.40 P. M.
arrive at Columbia.6.20 A. M..
Leave Augusta.6.00 A ?.
irrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M_
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Irrive at Charleston.4.00 A M.
Leave Columbia.,.6 00 A. M
jjrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M..
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
irrive at Charleston.6.30 A. M.
SUMMERVILLE I HAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.46 P. M..
Irrive at Summerville.5.16 P. M.
lieave Summervale......MO A. M.
LIT.ve at Charleston.8.S5 A. M
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Kin grille.2.20 P. M.
-rri>eat Camden.5.00 P.M.,
Leave Camden.5.10 A. M..
Irrive at Kmgville.7.40 A. M_
(6i(m-?) H. T. PEAKE,
March 27 General Superintendent,
NORTHEASTERN n \ ILKOAD.
3 EN EB AL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
CHARLESTON, S. C., March 30, 1868.
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE THE MAIL AN1?
PASSENGER TR?. LS s on this Road will run
Leave Charleston..1.30 P.M.
Arrive at Florence....7.00 P. M
Leave Florence.8.30 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.9.00 A M.
These Train? connect with the Trains of the Wil
lington and Manchester Railroad going North L-.d
orrong South, and with the Trains of the Ch tra w
nd Darlington RAiir^ad,
S. S. SOLOMONS,
March 30 Superintendent.
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