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EINAXCIAL ANJO COMMERCIAL.
SOUTHERN BASK BILLS, STOCKS, .BONDS, Ac.
REPORT OF THE MARKET
FOR THE WEEK ENDING APRIL ItTH, 1S70, TRE?
PARE? EXPRESSLY FOR "THE NEWS," BY L S
K. BENNETT, STOCK BROKER AND REAL ESTATE
AGENT, NO. 40 BROAD STREET.}
Toe marte: unriag the past week for ali classes
or securities eoutlnued dull. There was some de?
mand ror gold, however. Sterling rated yester?
day at 2!??f?21X< In domestic exchange, the
hanks were purchasing 6lght drafts on New York
at par to \, and selling at x@% premium. Gold
bought at ll and sold at 12)?. Banks discounted
freely, ou good collaterals, a: l per cent, per
Southern Bank: Bills.
Charleston, Bank of. Par
Camuen, Bank of. 49@ 50
! Chester, Bank of. 05@
Commercial Bank. Columbia. 02?
City of Charleston Change BiUs. par.
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 10?
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Georgetown, Bank of. 05?
Mamburg, Bank of. 03?
Merchants' Bank, Chcraw. 03?
Newberry. Bank or. 98?
Planters' Bank, Fairfield. 03?
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank. par.
People's Bank. par.
Southwestern Railroad Bank (old).. par.
Southwestern Railroad Bank (new). par.
State Bank. 03?
, South Carolina, Bank of. 04? 05
State of South Carolina, Bank of the,
prior to 1861. 49? 50
State of South Carolina. Bank of the,
after January 1,18G1.? 19
State of S. Carolina Treasury Notes. par.
Charleston Bauk (whole shares)....$23 00?
Charleston Bank (half shares). 1150?
City or Charleston Six Per Cent.
ex interest. 56 oo? 56 50
Charleston Gas Company. 22 eo? 22 60
Charlcst-ou City Railway (ex divi?
dend. 62 00? 52 50
Charlotte, Colombia and Augusta
Railroad. 63 00? 54 00
First National Bank or Charleston. .119 00?
Gran i tc vii le Manufacturing Com pa
ny (ex dividend).450 00?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. ll 00?
Northeastern Railroad (capital).io oo@
Northeastern Railroad 8 per cent.
(preferred). 40 00?
People's National Bank or Charles
People's Bank . 5 50?
Planters' A Mechanics' Bank. 2 60? 2 75
State of South Carolina . 80 00? .
South Carolin* Railroad and Bank
(whole shares). 46 00?
Sooth Carolina Railroad (half shares) 22 oo?
South Carolina Loan ana Trust Com?
Savannah and Charleston Railroad.. 31 00? 32 00
Union Bank. 0 75? 7 00
Southern Bonds, Coupons, die.
Augusta, Go., 7 per cent. Bonds_82 so? 84 00
Elue Ridge Railroad 7 per cent. (1st
mortgage) Bonds. 69 50? 70 00
Charleston Fire Loan 7 per cent.
Columbia 6 per cent. Bonds. 08 00? 70 00
Columbia Coupons. 76 00? 76 00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad
0 per cent. (State guaranteed)... 65 00?
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad 7
per cent. (1st mortgage Bonds).. 84 00?
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta 7
percent Bonds (nominal). 90 00@
Georgia State Bonds, 7 per cent.(old) 86 00?
Georgia State Bonds, 7 per ct. (new). 94 00?
Georgia State Coupons.9*00? car
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 per cent. ?1st mortgage) Bonds so 00?
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, 7
pei c nt. (State guaranteed;
Boads. 69 00?
GreenvlUe and Columbia Railroad,
- Certificate of Indebtedness. 67 00?
Memphis Bonds, 6 per ceut. ' (unen?
dowed). 60 00? 51 00
Memphis Bonds, 6 per cent (endors?
ed bv M. & C. Railroad;.SS 00?
Memphis City Coupons. 70 00? 71 00
Memphis and Charleston ft. R, 7 per
cent. Bonos. 84 oo?
Memphis and Cha'ton R. R. Coupons 75 00?
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage 7 per ci.;past dne) Bonds.. 89 00? 90 00
Northens ern Railroad First Mort?
gage. 8 per cr. Bonds. 88 00?
Northeastern Railroad First Coupons
(past due). 86 00?
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of
Indebtedness.IV. G3 00? 65 00
State or South Carolina 6 per cent.
. Bonds (old). 86 00?
State of South Carolina* C per cent.
Bonds (new issue of January 1,
1?67). 80 00?
State of South Carolina Bonds 6 per
cent, (issued for Bank of the
State bills). 80 00?
State or South Curolina Coupons
(fundable). 78 ?0?
South Carolin a Railroad Six Per Cent
Bonds. 74 00?
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per
Cent. Bonds (ex-coupons). 81 00?
South Carolina Railroad Certificate
of Indebtedness. par.
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
7 per cent. (1st mortgage) Bonds 80 00?
Sa^ au nah and Charleston Railroad
7 per cent. (State guaranteed).. 70 00?
Spartanbnrg and Union Railroad
7 per cent. (State guaranteed)
Bonds. 58 06?
Savannah, Ga., 7 percent. Bonds... 83 00? 83 50
Savannah Coupon s (due previous to
June 1st, 1866). 95 00?
Savannah Coupons (due after June
1st, 1866). 95 00?
The Charleston Market.
JFOR THE WEEK ENDING APRIL 14.]
THE CRors.-Thc weather has continued -atber
cold, with too much rain, to allow planters to have
progressed very favorably, und work has been
retarded in con-equence, bu-, towards the close of
this week appearances indicated a change for the
better. Reports from most quarters show in?
creased efforts fora good crop Hie coming sea?
THE RECEHTS. - The arrivals at the cotton pores
have continued to show considerable gains on
last year, and were for thc week, up to Friday
last, 42,493 bales, against 42,344 the week before,
and 33.69S for the corresponding period last sea
Bon. At New Orleans the receipts for the same
same period were 19,726, lu contrast with 9741 the
year before. The total supplies received at tho
cotton ports from thc first of September last up
to thc latest mail dates, were 2,435,114 bales, in
contrast with 1.870,973 last year, showing an in?
crease of 564.141 bales.
Thc 3moant received at the principal Southern
centres up to the latest telegraphic dates have
been about as follows .
New Orleans. April 13 . 975.398 739,544
"Mobile, April 13. 270,406 206.051
Savannah, Apr? 13.421,903 312,472
Charleston, April 13 . 207,080 173,250
Texas, April 13.196,810 126,904
Virginia, April 13.180,984 137,849
.The following are the receipts of cotton at the
chief goath?rn markets rrom April 7th to the 13th
Inclusive, as reported by telegraph. This includes
all points but North Carolina and overland ;
Aprd 7.1541.April 6.. C78)
April 9.216S-April ll. .55G1 } 13,785
April li!. 907....April 13..2987)
April 7. 195.'"pru 8..1315)
April 9.1060.\pril H.. 85M 3,034
April 12. 200_April 13.J
April 7 . 794.Aprils.. 945)
April 9. 583.April H..148.5 J 4.SS9
April 12.189.April 13.. 9.6)
April 7. 414.April 8... C5f.)
April 9".....;_?90....April ll... 618] 3,099
April 12.April 13... 450)
April 7. 439....April 8... 583)
April 0.April ll... 914} 4,339
April 12.1150.... April 13...120?)
April 7. 212....April 8... 355)
April 9.April ll... 800 } 2,013
April 12.April 13... 646)
For the week last year, 27,967 bales.
The arrivals at this port ror the week have been
163 bags of sea islands aud Floridas and 2936
bales of uplands, against 33 nags sea Islands and
Floridas and 2771 bales of uplands the week be?
fore, and 4 b.tgs sea Islands and Floridas and 2197
bales for the corresponding week last year. These
supplies have cums as follows: say of uplands per
South Carolina Railroad 2703 bales, per North?
eastern Railroad 113, Peedee 112, Savannah 8.
Or sea islauds, Beaufort 5, Euhaw 17, Florida 12,
THU cen ON MARKET.-The week's business in
this staple commenced with firm prices, but has
since become dull and declining. In the English
market the article commenced buoyant at IlMd,
but became quiet and.reccded to lltfd. At New
York, the rates opened at i.'3,'ic, but declined to
23i?c and at this port they began at 22 and reced?
ed to 21*?? ? lb for middlings. '
The movements of the Liverpool and New
markets for this period have been as follows
Friday, April 8th, thc ronner was bnoyai
ii.Md, sales 12,000 bales; the latter was Arm,
ing quiet at 23>ic. On Saturday the formel
quiet and steady at ll.s?d, sales 10,000 bales; th
ter was heavy, but closed steady at 23.sc. salei
bales. 9a Monday the former was quiet
steady at il>4'd, sales 12,000 bales; the lattei
Arm at 23^ic, sales 2700 bales. On Tuesda
former was quiet at lltfd, sales ?ooo bales
.'atter was dull and heavy at 23\'@23^c,
1.100 bales. On Wednesday the former closet
at ll.s>d, sales 10,000 bales; the latter was di
23vc, sales 1600 bales. Yester Jay the formet
steady at n,V. sales 10,000 bales; the latter
easier at23\c, sales COO bales.
The sfo-k or the article In sight at the li
dateo was as rollows:
Stock in Liverpool. 466.000 31
Attuat rrom India. 103,000 20
Afloat from America. 218,000 is
Stock in London. 59,930 7
AUoat for London. 22,000 6
Stock in Havre. 65,630 4
Afloat for Havre. 60,398 3
Stock In Bremen. 7,678
Afloat for Bremen. 19,152
Stock In United States ports_ 402,342 36
Stock in the interior towns_ 80,604 c
Total. 1,484,044 1,34
Excess in visible supply. 13
Stock of cotton held by Manchester spinne
the mills, now 40,000 bales, same time 1869, &
bales. Middling uplands now lltfd, then 12.'
The operations In this market for thc week 1
been as follows:
On Friday, April s, the Inquiry was to a fail
tent; offering stock light and prices fall and t
tales 350 bales, ordinary to good ordinary b
quoted at I6>j@2lc; low middling 2i,S'c; midd
22c, and strict middling 22J?C ft lb.
On Saturday there was only a limited bush
transacted, the market showing no chang?
note; suies 52 bales; quotations unaltered.
On Monday thc article was quiet and some?
easier; sales about 250 bales, ordinary to g
ordinary being quoted at is@2ic; low midd
21 Kc; middling 2lK@22e, and strict middl
22>4@22;?C ?> lb.
On Tuesday the market opened dull and
dined Xi?-XC- "fi lb, when i: became more act
sales 450 bales, ordinary to good ordinary bc
quoted at 16@20J?C, low middling 21c. mlddl
21,sc, strict middling 22c ft lb.
On Wednesday there was no change of imf
tance, a moderate demand prevailing; sales
bales; quotations as before.
Yesterday the market was quiet, good gra
being steady and low grades dull; sales near
bales, say 2 at iSc; 23 at 19; 1 at 20; 4 at 20>?
at 21; ll at 21 ?; 2 at 21 Ji; 29 at 21X; 12 at 21
112 at 22c. Wc quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.18<?2*;4
Low middling.21 @
Strict middling.22 @
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-There have been recei
about 163 bags of this article, the larger port
through Savannah, say 129 bags. There has bi
rather a steady Inquiry for this quality of the ?
pie, the medium and better grades being in
mand. and these qualities exhibited roach tii
ness, while common kinds were dull. The tra
actioflu for thfi week were about 3C0 bags or i
islands and Floridos, amoiig which were, s y
Floridos, 9 stair eil !?t 30c; C2 at 38; 23 at 40; 7 at
42 at 45; 16 at 43. or sea islands, 12 at 45c; 12 nt
33 at 55c; 4 at ooc; 3 at 02,lic ft lb. We quote cc
mon Floridas at 33@35c; medium 36@39c; good
@45c; fine and choice nominal. Sea islands m
be quoted at 40?50c for common ; C0@55c for r
ilium; 55@C5c for medium to fine, and 70c?$l
lb for ?ne and^hoicc grades.
RICE.-The arrivals of Carolina rough lu
been unimportant. During thc early portion
the week, this grain was quiet, and transr.ctlc
moderate, but for several days past a good i
maud has prevailed at steadily hardening pne
the rates moving up about lc ft m. Thc busim
of iheweek has amounted to about 1309 tieri
of clean Carolina, amens which arc 43 at 4*?c;
nt 5c; ?atC.S'c; S7 at 5??c; 29 at 5 9-lGc; 175
i>\K~i 38S at cc; 25 at C l-16c; 22 at cs,c; 61
6 3-lCc; 29 at C3;c;257 or. private terms. Wc qui
common to rair clean Carolina at 5.'4(2Cc: go
6>?@C??;C ft lb. Carolina rough may be quoted
90c@?l 20 ft bushel for Interior, and $11001 40
NAVAL STOUES.-Thc receipts have con limn
very light, am) in thc bbsence of stock thc bu:
ness has been ol a limited character. Son
lots or pale to extra pale rosin have bet
sold at $4@0 ft bb!, No. 2 at $1 GO ft bbl, ar
spirits turpentine at 41/'??42c ft gallon.
HAY.-The arrivals have been liberal, say nci
1000 bales all North River, a portion reshipped fro
Georgetown, S. C.-apart or these receipts we
destined Tor Interior ports. Sales or North Riv
have takcu place at Si .r>0@l 55 ft hundred, ar
KO bales, cn Inferior article, at $1 40 ft hnndrc
CORN*.-The supplies of this grain coming fe
ward have been light, say about 7000 bushels fi
the week. About 6000 bushels or white Marylan
was sold at $1 26 ft bnshel, weight, sacks Inclu?
ed; 2300 bushels North Carolina white, in bull
at SI 21 ft bushel, weight. There has been
steady Jobbing inquiry at about $1 28?l 30 '
bushel, weight, sacks included, for prime whiti
OATS.-The market ls fairly supplied with th!
grain. Some 1200 bushels, sacked, were sold a
75c ft bushc!, weight, sacks included.
FLOUR.-Dealers have fair stocks or this art
ole; the demand being somewhat moderate, price
remain steady Tor most qualities. We quot
Northern and Western flue at $5@5 25 ft barre
super at S5 40@5 ce ft barrel; extra at $6aG 7;
and family at ?"?$3 ft barrel. Southern grade
arc In moderate stock, and may be qnotcd at $7(<
$7 75 ft barrel for extra, and SS@$9 ?! barrel ro
BACON.-The demand for all qualities of mea
ls on a moderate scale, but prices have shown i
firmer tendency. We quote prime smoked should
crsat 13@l3>ic. fi lb; sides atl7?l7>j'; saltei
shoulders at i2@12>i, and sides at 15.V@1GJ?\
Sco.vn AND MOLASSES.-There have been mode
rate transactions in grocery sugars at 9@9>ic foi
common, and I0?l0,*4c ft lb for good. Centriru
gal molasses in barrels was sold at 35c; clayed ir
lihds at 37@33c, and muscovado at ?9@42c ft.
FRUIT.-The stock or West India is light, thc
receipts being restricted to a cargo or bananas
and cocoanuts Hom Baracoa. The business has
been only in a retail way.
VEGETABLES.-Irish potatoes are selling at
3 ft bbl. onions are scarce at *o 50@7 50 ft bbl.
New Charleston green peas have appeared In
small quantities, but bear a fancy price.
BUTTER ASD LARD.-There ls a fair stock ol
prime Goshen. We quote good to prime at 35?
40c ft lb. Western and other lower grades sell
from 20@30c fi lb; country do. at 25@30c ft rh,
as in quality. Lard is lu good supply and ls held
SALT.-There have been no arrivals. Lots rrom
store selling at Si 40@i so ft sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ls fairly supplied
with this article, and Ave quote 23@24c ft yard.
Dundee bagging, 44 inches, l}? lbs. for the yard,
is held at 30?35c.
ROFE.-The demand for rope ls moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quote hemp at - cents ft lb; greeuleafat 10cents;
and jute at 8>i@9 ccu: s \* lb.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, or the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
6>i?7';c ft ?.
Tm EEK AND LUMBER.-The market Tor this arti?
cle is dull. We quote timber for milling purposes
from $5?9. Shipping timber $I0@15; 4-4@5-4
flooring at $14@15 ft u. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, from city mills, cut to size, rrom
S20@?4 ft M by the cargo.
FREIGUTS.-To . Liverpool, by steam, tffl on
uplands, l.yd on sea Ulands; by sall, we
qaote Xd@7-16d on uplauds and ?jd on sea is?
lands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, ac on uplands aud 'ic on sea
Islands, Si 00 fi tierce on rire; by sall, %a ou
cotton;- ft tierce on rice; 40c ft barrel on
rosin; $7@ss *# M on lumber; $0@10 ft Mon tim?
ber. To Boston, by sall, )??l?c ft lb on upland
cotton. To Providence, S3 ft M on boards, fie
ft ib on cottou. To Philadelphia, by steam,
?4c fl tb on uplands; by sail, SG@7 ft M on boards;
$9 on timber; $3 ft ton on clay, and S3@3 25 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, J?c ft
lb; by sail, S5 V M on boards; $2 50@3 oo ft ton
on phosphate rock. Vessels aro in demand by
oar merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Darten ana Satilla River, Ga.,
anil Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern nprts, and
$11@-12 ft M are rates on lumber and beards.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 21 >i for GO day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. -The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New York at par to X pre?
mium; 5 days )i discount; io days >i per ct. dis?
count; 15 days %\ 20days -; 30 days -. They
arc selling sight checks at ;< foy, premium.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
ii@i: w,, and selling at 12@12??.
Exports for the Week ending April 13.
SAGUA LA GRANDE-Fer sehr R M Brooking
110.000 feet lamber, lit empty hhds.
BOSTON-Per sehr Georgia-9 bogs sea island
cotton. 288 bbls naval stores, 75 tons iron and
metals, 78 casks clay, 26 bales rags.
WOOD'S HOLE, MASS-Per sehr H G Fay-325
tons phosphate rock.
NEW HAVEN. CONN-Per sehr W II Thorndike
91,000 feet lumber and timber.Per sehr Eclipse
-150,000 reet timber and boards.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Tennessee-77 bags
sea island cotton, 638 bales upland cotton. 202
tierces rice, 51 bales yarn, 51 tierces clay, 4 bales
hides, 21 bundles leather, 24 bundles paper, 57
cmpiy barrels, and sundries.
PHILABELPHIA-Per sehr J W WUson-60,600
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-166 tierces
rice, 324 hales cotton, 41 bbls resin, 150 bales
yarn, 35 bundles paper, 26 casks clay, 10 boxes
tobacco, 1 bale, 2 cases and 3 bbls mdse.Per
sehr Ida Richardson-51 tons phosphate rock, lio,
000 feet flooring boards.
PROVIBENCE, R I-Ptrsehr SV WSimmons
144,000 feet yellow pine flooring.
Markets Uy Telegraph.
PARIS, April 14.-Bourse opens flnr.. Rentes
73f 73 c.
LONDON, April 14.-Noon.-Consols opened at
84?,'. Sixty-two.? 8S?;. Sugar dull.
LIVERPOOL, April 14.-Noon.-Cotton opened
dull; uplands UJtfd; Orleans li^aii.^d; sales
sooobales; for the week 59,000 bales; for export
6000; speculation 8000; receipts for thc week 71,
000 bales; stock 477,000 bales, of which 297,000 are
Afternoon.-Cotton steady; sales 10,000 bales.
Pork 903. Lard quie t. Bacon 37o Gd.
Evening.-Cotton steady, and quotations un
changed. Sales 10,000 bates; speculation and ex?
port 2000. Lard buoyant. 'Turpentine 2Ss Od.
NEW YORK, April 15 - Noon. - Stocks firm.
Exchange, long s?*; short, o??. Gold 12X. Money
easy at C per cent. Bonds ll>i. Tennessee,
ex-coupons B9J?; new 68X1 Virginia ex-coupons
69; new C9; Louisaua, oki 77; new 75Ji; Levees,
sixes 75a76.'i; eights 92; Alabama eights 97>?;
Georgia sixes 85; sevens 93; North Carolina, old
46i?; new 22^; South Carolina, old 87; new 81.
Flour steady. Wheat a shade firmer for winter.
Corn a shade better. Tork linn, mess $27 75.
Lard lb}i~M%C Colton easier; middlings 23!?c;
Orleans 23$ic: salts 6C00 bales. Turpentine firm at
ire. Rosin ac?ve, ?2 io for strained. Freights
Evening.-Cotton heavy and dull; sales 1100
bales; middlings 23},'c. Flour active without
change In price. Wheat, spring lc lower; winter
a siiade Armer; winter red and amber Western
?L22j?nl23, latter an extreme. Corn a shade
firmer; new mixed Western Si Mal 09. Beef
steady; new plain mess SlOais; new extra $14al7,
Pork fit mer at $27 75a27 87J?. Lord heavy at 16a
I6,y. Whiskey firmer at $lal 01>?. Groceries
quiet and firm. Naval stores quiet. Freights
drooping. Money easy at 0 per cent. Sterling
Sna?To.-*"Gold strong at"'l3.""c?v?rnmenta ad?
vancing at 11%. Southern dull but firm.
BOSTON, April 14.-Colton dull and nominal;
middlings sa.^; isles 200 bales; receipts 69 bales;
stock 20*0 bales; net receipts of the week 475 bales;
coastwise 1935 bales; total 2410 bales; sales loso
BALTIMORE, April 14.-Cation steady aud in fair
demand; middlings22;ic; sales 360 bales; receipts
35 bales; stock 4720 bales; net receipts for the
week 210 bales; coastwise 787 bales; total 997
bales; exports coastwise 181 bales; sales 1140 bales.
Flour firm and in good demand; Howard street
superfine $4S7n512. . Wheat active; Maryland
$1 42al 45; Pennsylvania $1 30al 35. Corn, white
I'.rm; yellow dull; yellow $i 07al 09; white $1 03a
I Cl. Pork $28. Shoulders 15c. Whiskey scarce
at $1 02.
CINCINNATI, Apill 14.-Corn firm at seaSSc.
Whiskey dull at 07c; offerings light. Provisions
quiet but firm. Mess pork $.2S,<'a28j,'. Lard 15&
alec. Shoulders 12c. Sides 16>;al6Xc
Sr. LOCH?, April 14.-Coru, milted aud white, 90
a95c. Whiskey dull at $1. Provisions firm. Pork
$29. Bacou higher; shoulders 12c; clear sides
lG^c. Lard ?rm at 15??nlGc.
NORFOLK, April 14.-Cotton quiet; tow mid?
dlings ?0,'2c; sales 50 bales; receipts 102 bales; ex?
ports coastwise 81C bales; stock 6088; receipts of
the week 1810; exportB coastwise 1976; sales 180
PROVIDENCE, April 14.-Cotton receipts of thc
week 277 bales.
AUOC8TA, April 14.-Cotton rnied firmer, with
fair demand; sales 452 bules; receipts 250; mid?
SAVANNAH, April 14.-Cotton in fair demand;
middlings 21 >?C; sales 50 bales; receipts 593; ex?
ports to thc Continent 1440; coastwise 93; receipts
orthe week 5573; exports to Great Britain 3801 ;
Continent 1440; coastwise 2578; stock 39,338.
GALVESTON, April 14.-Cotton quiet; good ordi?
nary 1S;?; sales 150 bales: receipts 1109 bales; ex?
ports coastwise cr.o bales; stock 27.854 bnles; re?
ceipts of the week 5018 bales; exports to Great
Britain 25G2 hales; coastwise 1181 bales; sales630
MOBILE, April 14.-Cotton steady and in ?Hir
demand; middlings 21'4a?l>-'c; sales 800 bales;
receipts 205 huies; exports to the continent looo
bales; to New Orleans 139 bales; slock 61,131 bale*:
receipts of tho week 2084 bales; exports to the
Continent 1000 bales; coastwLse 1231 bales; sales
NEW ORLEANS, April 14.-Cotton dull and nomi?
nal; middlings 82a221jc; sales 4000 bales; net re?
ceipts 2311 bales; coastwise 4-iO bales; iota! 2751
bales. Exports to Liverpool 7308 bales; Barce?
lona 470 bales. Stock 17!,CS9 bale?. Receipts of
the week 13,957 bales; coastwise 2520 bales; total
16,477 bales. Exports to Great Britain 17,305bales;
Barcelona 3956 bales; Havre 3085 bales; New York
3315 bales; sales 21,300 bales. Sugar Armer; prime
ll'-,all3i. Molasses, plantation reboiled G0a70c.
Sterling 23,l.i Sight premium. Gold 12J?.
Havana Weekly Market.
HAVANA. April 9.-SUGAR.-Exports during
the week from Havana and Matanza?. 53,000
boxes, of which l0,0;O were for the United. Slate*.
R&<! !l!??s. ?tock ls wrireUOU?? Al E?v??a
and MdtAKzft?. 441,000 boxes ami 21,000 hhds.
Many estates have finished grinding. It is be?
lieved the present crop will be from 15 to 20 per
cent, less than the last. The business was small,
but prices were linn; holders demand un advance.
Nos. io to i'.', Dutch standard, firm at 73ia8ii rs
per artoba; No* l5to2o, Pall'i r.s. Molasses sugar
steady; Nos 7 to io. 7,'4ti7,l? rs. Lumber duli.
Box shooks firm at lo.ili rs. Emptv hhds in de?
mand at $3 75. Honey finn at 4>-a5" rs. Freights
dull: shippers refuse to charier owing to thc un
stilled state of the market. There ts a surplus
tonnage for all purus.
New York' Rice Market.
From thc Journal of Commerce of the 32th inst:
Domes)ic remains strong, with considerable in?
quiry from the nude, and not a large quantity of
stock oircrlng. We quote fi.'a'atijjc.
From ?ho Herald: Carolina was firmer, with a
ralr demand. Sales within thc range of 6??&6??c
for common to prime.
From the World: For good to choice Carolina0
aG,'?c is asked, and on ram y lois holders' ideas
reach 7c, but we learn i.-f no sales worth record?
From the Times: Rice has been held firmly at
the advanced rates quoted iu our hi-r. but no
fun her dealings of importance have been repon?
ed. For a lot of prime Carolina as much as
$o 37 per loo pounds was offered and refused.
Interior Colton Markets.
MACON. April 12.-Receipts to-day 81 bales;
sales 202 bales; shipped 183 b.-des. 'The market
opened this morning at yesterday's figi ..< s with
a fatr demand, but Hie usual noon dispatches
fruin New Forts and Liverpool being unfavorable,
the demand wai slightly cheeked; and Hu; mar?
ket closed quiet this evening at 20j?c for mid?
dlings, with few samples on the boards.
ATLANTA. April 13.-The market closed active
at 20c for middlings; I9j?c for low middlings
18,'ic for good ordinary; 17c for ordinary.
COLUMBUS. April 12.-Good demand In our
market: middlings 20}ic: sales 170 bales; re?
ceipts 63 bales; shipments 79 bules.
MONTGOMERY, AprU 12.- Market duli; ?ow
SUMTER. April 12.-Cotton firm at from 17c io
20c, but little offering.
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NOTE.-vi'c have deducted from New Orleans
61,320 bales uplands, from Mobile OOO Ua.CS, from
Savannah GS33 bags sea Island and 71 bales np
land. and from Charleston 3862 batts sea island and
169 l?ales upland-the qunutitles received at those
ports from Mobile. Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, ft yard
New York Double Anchor, 44
BALE HOPE, ft lb
COTTON, ft rh
Ordinary to Rood ordinary....
Middling to strict middling...
COFFEE, ft rb
Carolina Fertilizer, ft 2000 lbs. 60 00
Wando Fertilizer. BO 00
Double Kenned Poudrelte. 30 00
Niles' Phosphate. C3 00
Peruvian Cuano, ft 2240 lbs...ICO 00
Pacific Guano, ft 2000 lbs. 65 00
Phoenix Guano. 65 fra
Bamrli's Phosphn ?, ft 2000 lbs GO 00
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs G5 00
Rhodes' Standard Manure (?65
lime). 57 50
OruhilhiGuano ($40 time).-.... 35 oo
Laud Piaster. 13 co
Mapcs' Super Phos, ft 2000 lbs. 05 00
Woolston'* Phosphate of Lime 09 00
Wooiston's Vegeta, ft 8000 Ihs G? OO
CroasdHle'sGci. Sup.Phos. net GO 00
Bowers1 Complete Manure, net co oo
Sardy's Phos. Pernvlari, cnsli. 65 oo
Sardy's Piuiilc Guano, cash... 00 00
Pataitsco Guano.G5 oo
E. Frank Co's Amrnonlated
Roue Phospliate.60 oo
Coo's Pure Dissolved Bone.... C2 oo
Whanu'S Superphosphate.65 00
Ktiwan Giiiiuo, No 1 ($?0 time) 54 00
F. tiwan Guano, No 2 ($70time) us oo
/.ell's Amruuniated Bone rhos
phatc(S70 time). co oo
Kussel foe's Amrnonlated
Bmie Superphosphate (SG6
time). GO 00
Fi.orn, ft bbl
Northern and Western Extra.
GRAIN, ft bushel
HAY, ft cwt
LCM BER, ft M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality.
White Pine, good run.
Grooved and tongued
MOLASSES, ? gallon
"AVAL STOKES, ft bbl
Rosin, No. 1.
Rosin, No. 2.
Rosin, No. a.
Spirits Turpentine, ft gallon..
Oakum, "fi lb.
NAILS-American 4?30d., ft keg
POWOER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g....
PROVISIONS, ft lb
Lard, in kcjr.
Potatoes, irish, ft bbl.
(g> 1 00
? ? 22
?6 76 00
5 00 @ fi 25
5 40 M 5 00
0 00 @ 7 00
1 25 ta 1 30
1 50 @ : 65
60 00 (3) 55 Oo
38 00 @ 40 00
20 00 24 W
14 00 Cd 15 00
28 00 <? 32 GO
39 <?i 42
60 @ 1 OO
.. @ ..
@ 5 00
5 05 ?
0 70 @
5 GO ?
4 26 ?
Poultry-chickens, ft doz....
Fowls, ft doz.
RICE, ft lb-Carolina.
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse
I'GAK, ft lb-Raw.
KESWAX- ft lb.
IIIBES. 'ireen-ft 16.
CUESTSTTS- ft bushel.
? fi DO
? a oo
? 7 60
? 6 oo
? 4 00
? 6 00
Sunk-, ofCattctti in Interior Town?
not itu?>t?i<I R?r*ljrt?"
Exports of Rice, Naval Stores and Lam?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1.1860, to April 14.1870.
Maj'a A M'ket.
Halifax, N S..
St John's, NB.
Rio de Janeiro
Comparative Exports of Cotton and Rice
from the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1,1889, to April 14, 1870.
?tUer Br. Torts
Tot'l G. Britain
Other Ft. Ports
Total France..j S5o| 1269 [ 347
N. of Europe
Tot'l N. Europe
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports..
Bait. A Nr'folk
Oth. U. S. Ports
Tot'l Cse Ports
6112 7187S 1125
183 18? 119
878491 9442| 2?r.Q
132841 4387 15
,. 3002 43
Crar.il Total. [1071911834271-2?0051 606Cil500-l4 22169
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B?'STON-Per sehr Montana-100 tons phosphate
rod:. 112 1>!.:R naval stores. S7 bahM colton and
rug)*; 3.".7 empty carboys, 12 boxen mdse. '- trunks
imi-e, l cask u'rass. u casks and o erales iron, io,
C18 r>-ot lumber. 1 half bbl grist.
NEW YORK- Per steamship South Carolina-05
bags sea Island cotton, 3-53 bales upland cotton,
403 tierces rice, 33 bules cottou waste, 50 bales
yarn and sundries, 54 bundles paper, ll packages
leather aud hides.
Receipts by Railroad, April 14.
EOl'TU CAROLINA RAILROAD.
402 hairs cotton, 95 bales goods, 274 sacks < il
meal, 124 bbls naval mores, 195 casks clay, 8 cars
WIMIII. ti cars lumber. To Railroad Agent. Smith
A Chapeau, KUismnn A- Howell, A R Mulligan, d'
H Walter ,v co..! Il E Sloan, Frost A- A.lg..r. Mowry
A Son. W c Courtney A co, ?V W Smith, Peteer,
R idgers A co. O \V Wilhams A to. Wlss A" co,
Thurston A Holmes, Kirkpatrick A Witte, aud
Goldsmith A Son.
"7 bale? coi lon, 240 iib!? naval stores, 125 burt
! cs rough rice, cars liinibc, kegs nails, ludZC. Ac.
To w iv Ryun, Cleghorn, Herring A- co. J llanckel,
J .1 Perkins, Barden A I'. S 1) Stoney, Frost .v Ad
ger. Thurston k Holmes, Kinsman A Howell,.!
Marshall. Jr, w s lleticrcy, J E Adger A- co, Have
nel ?'. Barnwell, 1) Paul A co. J A Pritchard, Lieirt
F A Whitney, Hart & co, and M Trient.
Per steamship South Carolina, for New York
Mr Wllcott, Mr Williams. Mr and Mrs W C Scar
lett. Mr and Mrs H C Fisk, T II Crawford. Mrs
Bellow?, U I. Mitchell, Mi?s Bellows, J Kellows, il
Burritt, VF A Nelson. U O'Connor, S It Cu lp, Mrs
Setiou, A Terry. J Green, J Rubens, W ROOM:veil.
W P Burnham. N A Hutu, H L A Balk, E Silcox, J
C Sum rmi, Mr Salsberry, L Thomas, Mrs Binn',
ll L i:ir.:it, and - in the steeruge.
2EA.KiyjB s lens.
CHARLESTON, S. C., APRIL 15.
Sehr rnlon Flag, Moloney, New York-7 days.
Hay. To the .Master, and King A Gibbon.
Sehr Ann S Deas. Carbatl, West Point Mill. 77
tierces rice. To w Gurney.
Steamer Marion. Adair. Santee River. 30 bales
cotton, mdse und sundries. To HavenelA Holmes,
Hetzer, Rodgers A- co, Frost A Adgcr, G W Wil?
liams A co, C N Averill A Son. A .1 .Sahnas, J Mar?
shall. J, W C Courtney, S I. Howard, Mrs A Man:
c.aili, and others.
CLEARED YESTERDAY. ..
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New l'orl:
W A Courtenay.
.Sehr Jcddlc. Trott, Lower Horton, NS, via Sa
tilln River-J A Bimlow ,t co.
sOr Montana, Parker, Boston-Tiisiey '< Crti?li. 1
Steamship South Carolina. Adkins, Nev Yo: V..
Sehr Montana. Parker, Boston.
Behr Eclipse. Thompson, New Haven.
Sehr Georgia. Brien, Boston.
Sehr H G Fay, Prescott. Baymore.
Sehr W G Dearborn, Scull. Wilmington. N C.
FROM THIS TORT.
Brig Monica, Libby, Bcsion. April ll.
Sehr I? Gilford, Jlrrell. Philadelphia, April ll.
Sehr Hattie Coombs, Jameson, Boston, April ll.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr E D Endicott, Endicott, at New York,
Sehr Joseph Singer. Ellis, a: New York, April 12.
The brig Oenrziir Swan, from Georgetown, S C, i
arrived at Barbadues March 24.
The S'.:!ir II G Hand. Hand. f??in turi*;tile, > !
C, arrived at Philadelphia April ?2.
Tli>- sehr Emma. Anthony, from Georgi.': wu, ;? [
C, arrived at Baruadoca March 15.
JA<t of Shipping
IS TUE rOBT OF CHARLESTON. AI '.ii'.. 1!. |
Vessel.- under loo toas, und steamer* coasting
within the State, excepted.
Arragon dir), 1"17 tons, Houison, n: Buyco A co's
wharf, fur Liverpool, ?nailing-It SIurcA M.
Sea Gull, cir. ton-. Dutton, at Union werf, ror Uu:
liinorv. loading-Courtenay A TrctdtoSm.
Southern Chief, lils tons. Higgins, a' Atlantic
wharf, Tor Liverpool, loading-Willi- A Chisolm
I'?cllic, 635 tons. Foss, at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loading-W i: Smith A CO.
BA it KS.
Elliott Ritchie, 659 s ?ms. Punir, at Accommodation
wharr. from G nana pe Mes, Pira, waiting- :
A ll Wvman, RS-i tons. Wyman, at Atlantic wharf, |
lor Liverpool, loading- W I! Sundi A- CO.
Island limen (?r), 332 tons. Bmoks, nt Marshall's
wharf, for ?vsrpnr:!. Pwhpi.'-f; M H r*.'A ri?.
Wm Fisher (Rr), - inns. Burney, in ,sl> r.? U.n-r.
for Newcastle, Eng, loading-U s (theil A j
E H Naylor, 280 mn?, baylor, ni Noriheast'-rc
Railroad wliaif. io: >M:.> York, loading-tt'ui j
Roach A co. 1
Serene, 83 tons, Jones, at Atlantic wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-TUsley k Creighton.
Z Steelman. 203 tons, Church, in Ashley River,
for a Northern Port, walting-W Roach * eo.
Nora (Br), 132 tons, Howes, at Brown k co's wharf
from Matanzas, waiting-W P Hall.
Central America, 257 tons, Williams, at N B Rail?
road wharf, for Boston, loading-Risley k
Sturdevant, 121 tons, Cruse, in Ashley River, for
a Northern Port, loading-Risley k Creighton.
Thomas Mlsklmmons, 110 tons, Lewis, In Ashley
River, for West Indies, loading-J A Baslow
C F. Ravmond, - tons, Higgins, at Brown k co's
wharf, from Boston, discharging-M Gold?
smith A Son.
Island Belle, 115 tons. Pierce, In Ashley River,
for Wilmington, Del, loading-Risley * Creigh?
Frank k Emily, 135 tens. Colley, at Brown k co's
wharf, for Bucksvillc, S C, ready-J A Ens
low A co.
Jeddie, 120 tons, Trott, In the Stream, for Lower
Horton, N S, ready-J A Enslow k co.
Union Flag, 107 toas, Maloney, at Brown k co's
. wharf, from New York, discharging-Master.
B N Hawkins, 309 ton?, Wyatt, at Adger's wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach k co.
C H Eatan, 1S9 tons, Shackford, at Accommoda?
tion wharf, from Baltimore, discharging-Ris?
ley & Creighton.
Nellie F Burgess, 141 tons, McKeen, In Ashley
River, for Wilmington, Del, loading-J A Ens
low & co.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB. THIS 'POBT.
Thc Nannie T Bell, AC kl ey, sailed.Feb 10
Thc Edith, Chegwldden, sailed.Jan 29
Sehr Mary Lymburner, Lansll, eaHcd....March 9
Span brig Tomas, Rosas, cleared.March 10
Sehr S N Smith, Smith, up.March 9
Sehr J Hancock, Crewel!, up.March 2S
Sehr Commodore Kearney, Hillbrook, up..Feb 24
Behr Georgia. Brier, up.March 3
Sehr Daniel ililttaiu. Carroll, cleared.April 9
Sehr Thomas ISooz, Somers, cleared.April 6
Sehr Guiding f tar, Frccihyf, up.April 9
Sehr R D Endicott, Endicott, cleared_April ll
Sehr Joseph Seager, Ellis, cleared.April 12
Sehr C H Moller, Brown, cleared.March 30
Sehr Anna Little, Crawlord, up.March 7
Sehr K lie L Smith, Smith, up.March 20
Sehr Kate E Rich, Doughty, cleared.April 3
Sehr Jessie S Clark. Clark, cleared.April 3
Sehr Richard Vaux, Whitaker, cleared...April ti
Sehr J M Fitzpatrick, Smith, up.April 9
Brig J A H Crowley, Crowley, cleared_April io
Sehr J W CofUn, Upton, up.April 9
Sehr ll G Bird, Drinkwater, np.March ll
Sehr Mary Means, Bayard, up.April 2
Pclir J II Stickney, Fooks, ck'urcd.April 6
Sehr L S Potter, Potter, up.April 9
Sehr Jane Durfec, Hurlee, sailed..-April 4
Sehr Clara Bel!, Amesbury, np.March 18
WILCOX. GIBBS k CO.'S
GUANO, SALT AND PLASTER COMPOUND,
for sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & GO,
IMPORTEES & DEAL-EES HST
No. 91 Bay street, Savannah.
No. 241 Broad street, Augusta.
No. 64 East Bay, Charleston.
SST Send ror Circular ^-'ving prices, terms, ocr
tlUcutea, .vc. janis tufssmos
A.T. STE WART & ?9.
FOR THE UNITED STATES.
OPENING OF THE SAVANNAH AND
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
MILLSTRECT liKror. }
CHARLESTON, Mur.-i: ? >, isro. )
ou and arter FRIDAY. 11th Wan-'.r. i itere wi:. :,e
UAH.Y COMMUNICATION bel?un Clinnesiott
md Savannah. Passenger trains will ruo M tol
Leave Charlee:.:,. S.3u A. II.
Ar ive in Savannah. ?.oo F. M.
LeavoSnvhitituh.ll.co A. M.
Arnvc lit Cba.nCv.tOD. 6.0o P. JU,
C. S. tldDSDEN, .
melin BU|H<I int emlen:.
OUTIi CAROLINA EAILHOAD.
C ENERA.L SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 15,1MK J
On and alter Thursday, September 10, the Pas?
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will-,
ron as follows:
Leave Churleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trams for Montgomery, Mern
phis, Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery
and Grand Junction.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M_
Arrlve at columbia..'.4.40 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, and Camden tram.
Leave Augusta.. . . ..8.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.r. .4.00 P. IL.
AUGUSTA MIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta..??.10 A. M
Connectlng with trains for Memphis, Nashville
nd New Orleans, via Grind Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 T. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M..
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS. 4
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. M.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays with Charlotte and South Caro?
Leave Columbia..?. .5.60 P. M..
Arrive at Charleston.??3.30 A. M..
BUMMER VJ LLB THAIN.
Leave Charleston.2.50 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Traine on
HOKDvrs, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connects with up and down Day 'Pas?
senger* nt Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.36 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.45 P. M.
Arrive at Cnnidtu.6.00 P. M
(Sigucd) H. T. PEAKE,
septic General Superintendent.
g t; U-T II C ABO LINA GROCERY
?.?Ern in >i [nf Kt.. HM Lu m!way, Covmr 1 wt li ti? th' Stn cf, New York.)
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.
WHOLESALE AND h ETA IL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
A VD IMPORTERS OF
CHAMPAGNES, WINES, BRANDIES, &C,
K1KG SIREET, Cil ARLES ION, S. C.,
^>L:: AGENTS .01: TEE
\\\ S. C. CLUB-HOUSE GIN, URBANA CHAMPAGNE CO.,
ATMORE'S CELEBRATED M?N?E-MEAT,
nUOS MARKET BEE?, '^^^<C\'~ ~tr\.. COVEl?MOW?T?,
SMOKED FEE F KJ<g - /?f?#4 oH Pr
AND TOQUES I^^^^?P^I WO^YKA..
SUOAU-CURET ffo?20*l .^w|g^ j I | KCCHA,
CHAirPACXES. CL AK ET S. SAfTEKKES, *c
I ;.:..!.:.! v CHANDOS CREEN SEALH?F.AXD'G II.ERE'5 MKDOC -BRANDENBURG FP.fcJCr.ft
i vc c.iii??o: Ponsanlin Johnston A sou's afatve ?La ctoix Blanche
I piper A CO.'* HfliUeick MolittKlon A Son's St. Lor.tcs 'Chateaux 1'ulllett
Kouc'i'*. Fils? * Co.** fWilnct KschcnnucrA Co.'s LuiiU'ac pCten '-?ncr
lt. r. A C".'s Naj oifoti Cabinet Godard's Omtry iHoci. .elmer
B. F. * t'o.v Cane Blanche !?t. Jultru Metivc &!oeene Muscatel;
K. V. -t C.'s Dry Verzcuuy ?Cha:tunx Margaux flwmliertln, Nulls
(5. ii. Mumtn's Veneenays [Chateaux Yqueni EparkUng Catawba
.*. Mamai's lNivate Stock Cimtcaiix La' Rosa ?Champague Oder
L'rbuuu Champagne | i,j nell St. Julien, L. A G. |Ec;lUh end Scotch Ales.
LOK ED'S, I'.'.'SS", S?. DOMINGO. HOSTETTERI8, ANGOSTURA. DUXBAK'S. STOrGDTON, AND
DRAKE'S PLANTATION HITTERS.
Hermetically Eeaied MEAIS, Soui-v, n.-h. Vigc'.ab.t* cud ins:*, tr iu:y t enc ty. ky Uv tm.
tlnX?E UT l ase.
i .mien's. Lrtrtea's f:nd Twtrte'ot's EXTRACT OF BEEF.
PRESERVES. -Jellie*, lams ami Blandy Fit;
ii; glisu Sar- - s. P?eteles, salad Oil,
C-pvr-', .-j-anisa ?nd French Olive?. >'?
iv.le and Terrine de Fol Grax,
Anchovies, Anchovy Paste.
. .. , Walnur, Tomato and Mushroom Catsups,
prppl.RSA' CK Oin '.. riTii.-.
!:::s;.i,c: ry Ijlnegar,
lecion and Orgeat Syrnps,
Maccaroci and VcrmicelUJ
Familie*, Ct tels an:! Ywfei? 'tri l:fd <-* V.KOl FSA LE PRICES in purchasing hr Hie package. All
Coolia warrar.ied, and FULL WEIGHT guarani rd. We will be pleased to fmnlsh a List of Prices io
[hose ? ho m*y write for thc articles end ouantitv desired. Goods delivered to ult parts of thc City,
EUrilroad Depots and Steamboats. FREE OF CHARGE. ?.
tts- TERMS CASH. OR CITY ACCEPTANCE. Si nd for ene of onr Catalogues of Merchandls:"*
GEORGE. H GROBER.E. E. BEDFORD.?T. 8. MARTIN.