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FINANCIAL AND COJIEBCIAL.
OFFIO OF THE DAILY DEMOCRAT.
Tuesday Evening. April 1, 1880.
PAIL! REVIIW.
Money continued easy to-day.
Foreign exchange and New York sight were
weat.
State Console were firmer.
Premium Bonds were steady.
Governments were quiet to-day at New York.
Stooks continued firm to-day.
Cotton was weak and irregular here for spots
and copsiderably lower for futures. Spots gave
Wgay 116o at New York. and futures showed a
marked falling off. Liverpool spots and futures
leRe firmer. Manchester vws steady.
nugar continued steady aml molasses firm.
Flour was dull.
Corn and oats were steady, and bran and hay
were firm.
Provisions exhibited little animation or
-quootable variation.
Groceries and fruit were dull. Country pro
duets continued in request for green vegetables
for shipment to the West.
INIemlO AND sXPORTS UP TO P. P.
TO-DAY.
DOM.TIO IMPOBTB BY RIVEB. LAKE AND
BAIL.
utter, pkgs .... 280 Oil sake. sacks... 220
suo ...... 16o Ol.bbis ......... so
sacks.... a Peas. eas,.sacks.....1.4or
n seed sks-- 3a1 sle, sacks .... 11
ulk, bush.1o0.ooo Rioe, bhl......... 4
bshel... 45o.oo Sumar, bbls....... 2
.u l...... b 09 Sugar, hhds .... 83
to ..... 95 Tobacco. hds.. o2
.s Tobaooo. mant..
eb .:. 80 wpkgs......... 42(3
.lassesb nls ... 87 Wool sacks .... 2
e bulk. po.. 4,.418 Wisky. bbl s.. 12
FOREIGN EXP3BTS.
FOR HAMBaBO.
Corn, bulk. bushels.........................86,000
F8 HArVBA.
Cotton, bales ............................... 4.794
FOR ROUiN.
Corn, bulk. bushels ....... ........ 41.226
tOR OBaoNTADT.
Cotton, bales .................................. 2.442
DOMESTIO I XPORTS.
FOB NEW YORK.
ton. bales ....... 9o offne.saoke..... . 03
.d6.............69 Molaeses. bbls..... 633
1. .ble ......... o Oil cake. sacks... 7.400oo
ool, bales....... a6
W[ANOCIL AND COMMERCIAL lIEWS.
TEE NEW ORLEANS COTTON EXCHANGE.
Several Important resolutioos adopted by the
Exehanse and the propositions for the site of
thenew Cotton Exchange will be found on the
seeond page.
PAILURBE FOR THE FIRSBBT QUARTER OF
1880.
We are indebted to Mr. D. Webster. manager
ot the Mercantile Agency of this city, for the
ollowing report:
Wei submit herewith a statement showing the
Sof failures in the United States and
Canada for the three months ending March 31,
1280, together with th.' amount of liabilities:
Quarter end'g Mar. 81, 880o.
Nombor of Amoant of
aend Territories. Fallres. Liabilities.
.ra States ....-. 212 $1.239.844
Middle States .......... 444 4,043,340
ouera States ...... 241 2.462.386
trn States...... 34 12.625.92
aeStates and Ter. 190 1.515.552
Total............. 1.482 $12.777.074
Dominion of Canada.. n $4.816.277
The failures for the first quarter of the pree
ant year. as will be seen from the above table.
aumber only 1482. with liabilities of only $12.
i7 014. These figures are exceptionally small,
show a decrease in the number of easual
of nearly one.half. as compared with the
t q tartser of any previous year since 1874.
.heO .bitlUes are less than they were ever be
rit] g ported in any quarter since the com
mea.cet of the publleation of quarterly re
t sa fatt full of elgnificance that the
in nes of failed parties. in the first three
month of e present year, do not equal one.
fourt of the sum to wbich they amounted in
Iay Arst quarter in the latI preceding six
r As time progresses the figures relating
to failurs seem to indlcate a steady continu.
snoe of favorable conditions for the trade of
.Ae eountry. ____
uBoIPT .01 .C QTION PBROM PANTA
TATION8.
(N. Y. Chronicle. April 10.)
The total reoeipts from the plantations since
September 1 in 1879-1880 were 4 777.679 bales; in
381..78 were 4.819,707 bales: in 1877-78 were
The reeeipts at the out ports the past week
we3 7.319 bales; the actual movement from
plntatlons was only 80.595 bales, the balance
br ~en drawn from stocks at the interior ports.
LAst year the reoeiots from the plantaticas for
the ,spme week were 84.977 bales. and for 1878
they were 40,038 bales.
COTTON OONSUMPTION IN EUBOPE.
[New York Chronicle. April Io.]
We have nust received our monthly cable of
essrs. 3lison & Oo 's cotton report. These
retarns are for april, and were published In
Liverpool yesterday, the ninth instant. They
cover of course the month of March. and ac
quanl us with the prog-ess making in the cot.
ton manufacturing industry of Europe down to
the first of April.
The more important fact which this report
discloses is that there has been no further ad
p this month in consumption In Great
Britain. We published last week in our cotton
report statements which showed that 66, 000 bales
per week, of 400 pounds each, must be about
the limit of the present sptnning capacity in
gland. since if we estimate the spindles at
o40000o.00 and the use per spindle at 84 pounds,
e total cannot materially exceed that figure.
We wIl not occupy space by unnecessarily re
peinge the statements we gave last week on
subject butwould simply refer our readers
to them. With regard to the continent there is
a further increase, the total per week for March
reaching So c0 bales of 400o ounds each, against
9$eoW bales in February. This is In accordance
with our anticipations of last month; and we
maw reasonably expect a still larger movement
as the summer progresses. since the average
for the whole year of 1879 was 6.2818 bales of 4o0
pounds each. UD to April 1 the total takings
l ad oonsumption in all Europe have been as
o r S . r
. a : o I _ _
-Th actual w atah. of b. ia tken ba spinner
Sto Aprilounds r G
the ae of uformity we ave ref ed these
areto ouns and I Ioopounds.
m -i
month te b des. but tha e cnnen'al
ow the totapril on av poundthus fr Grs year.
Btad for the Ca e 9in m ontinent. For
the sake epaof uniformity have reed the seohow
igures to pounds and to babea of t pounds.
This stateme' t s.hows that English p inners
have really decessed their surplues durig the
mouth 39.900 baldes. but that be continental
Spinners have increased theirs 10.000 bales. To
showthe total consumption thus far this year.
and for the same six months i;f previous years.
-e lfave preparedthe following.
Pounds (Coos omitted). Total
Consumption - - -- I rpe
October 1 to Great Qontl- Total I es
Apri 1. trit'n. nent. Eurpe 400 Ib, .
1879-80 ... 6.. 639,900 49900 1.182,100 2880.260
1878-79....... o50,40, 46 000 1,006.400 2.518000
1877-8....... 59 600 4R a00e 1.089.,00 2 649 000
1876-77 .... .. 4R.440 494.000 1,142.440 2.866.000
Bales 4oo lbs. per week.
Consumption October ..
1 to April 1 Great COonti- Total
B-It'n nent. Europe.
1879-80.............. 02.049 48000 110.049
1878 79 ................ . 53! 960 43.840 97 800
1877-78........... .... 8. (800 46.000 108 000
1876-77.......... ...... 2.S80 47.500 109.880
We have also oontinued our last month's
statement of monthly consumptlon, so as to
show the progress made during the season.
This Is. perhaos, the most instructive way to
look at these figures, as it gives us the whole
history of the movement at a glance. The re
vival in the goods trade which began here early
in 1879. reached Great Britain the la or weeks or
the summer, and is now developing on the
continent. Hence the consumption for the
whole of Europe averaged (all in bales of 400
pounds), in October. loa.744 bales: In November.
1058,00 bales: in December. 110.000 bales: in Jan.
nary, 111,000 bales: in February, 114.000 bales.
and in March. 115.ooo bales, as Is set out in the
follownag:
SBales
Consumption in Pounds. Bales l week
400 18 4t00 ibs
Great Britain. Octo
ber, 43 weeks..... 99.620.810 249,052 1.844
Continent, October.
4 weeks .......... 75.200000 188 00o0 47.000
Total October .... 174.20o.elo0 438 552 102.844
Great Britain. No
vember, 4 weeks 98,880,000 247.200 61.800
Continent, Novom
ber.4% weeks .. t.6 oo ooo 't21,510 47,(88)
Total November. 18s.48o.000 458,ss.700o10 lo.
Great Britain. De.
comber. 43 weeks. 113400,000 2838,00 68.000
Continent. Drcemb'r
46 weks ......... 84.600oo00 211.500 47000
Total December. 198.0oo.oo. 495,000 110,000
Great Britain, Jan--
ary, 4' weeks... 114.400,000 288.o00 63,000
ontfinent. January I
5 weeks............ o 00.o000 240t000 48.000
Total January... -. 209 400,000o 524,500 111.,0
Great Britain. Feb
ruar. 4 weeks.... 104.000.00oo 260.000 65.000
Con llnent. Febt nary
4 Weeks - - ------ 78 400,00) 196 000 49.000
Total February... 14o0o.0oo0 4,00.oooi 114.0(o0
Great BritaIn. Mr'ch
4'4 weeks* o104.0000oooo00 200,000 68,000
Conulnent. Sarch. 41
weeks-.... .. so.o o00.000 200.000 80 00
Total March-...... -., 000 400000 1150 0
Great Britain. Oct.
to April.or 26 weeks 682,900.810 1.582.250 62,049
Continent. Oct. to
Aprill.r 26 weeks 499.200.000 1.248.oo00 48 00
Total from Oct. 1
to April 1 ..... .11.182.100.810 2.880.250 110.049
"This is really only four weeks oonsumption
in March. or 25% weeks In all, as the usual al
lowance is made for the E aster holidays.
We thus have a full history of the first six
months of the present season. Some think
that Mr. Ellison estimates the English con
sumption too high, basing their belief upon the
figures of oapaclly which we gave last wsek :
the same persons find further evidence leading
to the same conclusion in thedecreased surplus
that rate of consumption has produced during
the past month. It is argued that at this season
of the year. with such consumption in progress,
spinners would not let their stocks run down.
It should however, on the other hand, be re
membered that even a larger weekly rate than
Mr. Ellison's is quite popular with some. But
we give the above suggestion, and each reader.
with the help of last week's figures. will have
all the material we possess for reaching a cor
rect conclusion.
FINANCIAL.
[Our quotations of foreign and domestic mar
kets are from the closing telegrame.]
NEW ORLEANS LEABING-HOUSBE.
2hus yar. Clearances. Balances.
This week ............. $58.84 07 $94.291 11
Last week............. 4.886 528 36 860 895 78
This week last year.. 4,883,752 98 60o668 98
Tax MONe MIUA3E-Is unohanged.
Exceptional commercial paper is anoted 80
1 cent; Al do --s: collateral loans ae7; loans
on call at the banks 60e 9 cent 1 annum. and
on the street Ba ;.A morteage 8: second trade
nominal.
JNE Yoax-Money rate 6 9 cent.
Lexwox-Bank of England rates 9 cent; Con
so8 98 18-16098%.
ParIs-Renter 86.70.
Bu.vu--Mexican dollars rule at s8. trade
dollars 94096; American halls and quarters
par. Bullion in London 51%d; here, fine
$1158% ounce.
AatImmM N GOLD--Calfornia TO 9 cent dis
count; light weight [email protected]; mutilated 5 9 cent
discount.
FOREIGN CoINws - In currency: Five-franc
pieces 800-o, twenty-frano Dieces $57 -0-.
sovereigns at [email protected] 86. ten thaler Diees $7 603
-, Spanish uoubloons $15 86s-, Patriot doub
loons $16 [email protected] Mexican doubloons iS5 35s-.
Mexican twenty pesos pieces $19 8801 48,
South American gold 900 9 pesos, German
twenty marks at 6044 75.
SxTE.nao-Weak. Here commercial Is 483%@
484. bana -3488s, bank count r rate [email protected]%.
bankers' 486, bankers' seight 489; at New
York commeroll is 4830483%. bank 484%.
484%.
Fasxca-Weak. Here commercial are 521 '
@-. bank [email protected]%; at New York commercial
[email protected]@5.22%. bank .20o%@5.19%.
NEW YoaK BIGHT-Weak for commercial.
Commercial $1 50 premium per stooo. and
bankers' counter checklng rate $2 50 premium
9$1000.
STATE OONSOLS AND PREMIUM BONDS
AT THE N. O. STOOCK EXOCHANGE.
Btate Consols. Premium Bonds.
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
12 m............... 51% 51% 36 s36
1:80 p. m.......... 51% 51% 36 8635
*• D. m..........................
Olose. yestrday.. 51% 51% 36 3656
This day l'st w'k. 50% 51 35% 8sa3
This day l'styear 5. 506o 236 26
*Adjourned.
STATE OONSOLS AT NEW YOBK.
No telegrams were received.
UNITED STATEB BONDS.
N. Orleans. New Yorkt Lon don.
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
4 9e-..107% - 107% 107% 109% -
4% ...- - - l3e% - - -
5s. new.. - - 103u - 105% -
Governments quiet.
SToros.-The * before the follolwing quota
tions of stocks indicates weekly quotatmons of
the New Orleans Stock Exchange the t, last
sale since lriday; the 1, last sale to-day; a,
with dividend; e, ex dividend.
Banks. Ear Value. Bid. Asked.
Canal and Banking Co...... 10 *1os 10736
Citizens.......................10 loo *8 5
Germania National.......... loo '96 -
Hibernia National........... 10 *'96 97
Louisiana National.......... 100 8 100
Metro. Loan and Savings. - 100 '90 100
Mutual National .......... 100 '10o o 10
New Orleans National....... 100 *10o -
People's.................. so t4 47
State National... ........... 100 104lo- 106
Union National.......... 100 -s858 88
Insurance Comoenses.
Crescent Mutual.........- 100 '89 90o%
Factors and Traders'........ loo *'109% 110%
Firemen's............ .... 60 - - 53%
Germania Insurance Oo.... 100 '79 82
Hibernia Insurance......... loo *95 9o
Home Insurance ........... o *23 274
Hoe Insuroo ........... - 100 *53 58
Lafayette................. 05 *45 47%
Merchants' Mutual......... loo 3913 -
Mechanics and Traders'.... 100 *97% 99
New Orleans Ins. Aas'n ... so t30% -
N. O. Ins. Oompany ........ 50 *52 4
People's Ins. Company..-.. a '21 25
Sun Mutual.... .. ........ oo00 102% 104%
Teutonia ........... ..-- 100 '102 -
treet Raiload-
Carrollton.........- - 100 '112 122
Oreescent City .......... 50 '8 58
Canal and CIalborne ....... o % 15
New Orleans City.......... loo 11113% -
Orleans.................... so *a 9 -
St. Charles Street..... . . so '67 3 67%
Miscelkaneou tocks
Bienville Oil Works Co-.... 100 '110 -
Orescent City Oil Company.. 100 '13s
Cree't City Slaughter-house so '24% 26
Importers Bond. Warehouse oo10 - 8o
Jefferson City Gaslight Co.. 100 *t40
Louisiana lee Mann. o .... so *- 40
Louisiana State Lotterr...... o *- -
Louaslsna Oil Oompany..... 18 '100 8 138
LeveeSteam Cotton Press.. o100 *-- 26%
as company................ 100 '- -
Meirle Cemetery Assoota.
............ 71) 100 T 80
. Wate orks ompay. 100oo o -
Planters Oilompany....... 100 *18s -
Bunar Bhed omany ..... 60 -
MISCELLANOUS EOCURBITIEB.
Latest quotations to.day of the following se
curities:
Bid. Asked.
Jackson Railroad, first mortgage,.
8's............ ..........- 111_
Jackson Railroad. second mortgage
counn, 8's ..................... 109 112
Jackson RIlroad.second mortgage
debt. 8's ............... . ... .... 110 112
New Olloans iJty Railroad. mort
g ase bonds. 6's......... .... .... 100 106%
Waterworks Company. mortgage
bonds. 6's .................... . 1ios -
Drawn Premium Bonds ........ 127 132
Privileges on Premium bonds...... .e %.
emall State Consols ................ - 51%
City Consolidated Bonds............ 35 -
Half aid City Coupons......... . 53 55
City S rl. ...................... 61 51%
School OCertiflcates............. ..- 50
Ltvee Warrants...... ............ - 95
January Interest, Certiflcate...... 6o0% 0
BALES AT THE N. O. STOCK EXOHANG.
BOARD AT 10 A. M.
O2 shares Waterworks Company ....... 50%
29 sharms Merchants' Mutual Is. Co .. 92
$15.00o State Oonsols.. ............ ... 51%
29,000 Premium Bonds .................... 36
1.00oo Premium Binds ...... -........... 36.
3,o000 Premium Bonds (S. to July drg.) ... :35%
BOARD AT 12 M.
100 shares Waterworks Company...... . 51
26 shares Waterworks Company........ so5
10 shares Merchants' Mutual Inris. Co .. 111
35 shares Merchants' Mutual Ins. Co .. 91%
$5.000 state 0orsole (8. o) ................... 51%
5.o00 State Consrles (. 60)................... 51%
22.0100 Premium Bonds .................. .. 86s%
1,000 Waterworks mortgage bonds .... .107
Privilege on $7000 Premium Bonds (April
drg.) x ' cent.
BOARD AT 1:80 P. M.
$5,000 State CIonsolt ..... ...... .............. 51%
1,00oo Small State onsol, (B. 10) .......... 514
so0.00o Premium Bonds..................... 86a
10.000 Premium Bonds (S. to July drg ).... 85%
900) 3 y orin ..........c................... 51I
Privil.ee on $10,000 Premium Bonds (April
drg.) % 1 ent.
SALES OUTSIDE OF THE EXOHANOE.
10o hares M,.rchants' Ius. On .. ...... 97
10 shares N. O. City Railroad ...-...- -111%
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
New Yoan, April la.-The following is the
closilr stock report: Offered.
Consolidated Coal. :...-...«. .c.-... a:.
uicksilver ........... »... .... s
uloksliver lpreferred......». .- O
dams Expres....·...........112
Wells A Faro Ex nresB . ..o.....o......ý.O
American Merchants' Express..-..-. .-..
United States Express..».......... ... 48
Pacific Mail........................... 4o1'
Union Pacific................-.. ...... 1s0
arlem....... . . ............-...177
New Jersey............... ...-..- . 0o%
Bt. Paul...... ........ .................... ..%
St. Paul preferred., .. .. .......lO10 sk
Port Wayne ...«......... . ....... ..11H
Ohio and Mlislsslpp ! ........... s9'0
Chicano and Alton ....................1o4
Hannibal and St. Joseph.-........ ...... 84%
Louisiana Consols........ ............ . 51
Panama....................................... 19
Delaware. Lackawanna and Western.... 9ov
ichigan Central ............. »...... 9- .
ew ork Central and Hudson... ...-. 1.2
Erie......................................... 48
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern....... 1,7
Illinois Central ..................... .......107
Nashville and Chattanooga................711
Oleveland and Pittsburg guaranteed ...... 95
Chicago and Northwestern.................. 95 %
Chla o and Northwestern preferred.....lo109
Book Island..........................- ...159
Western Union................... ......105%
MINING STOQX8.
BAN F~.aOrsoo. April 13.-Closing rldoes of
mining stocks are as follows: Sales.
Alpha .................... ............. .... 6%
Alta .......................... 2%
Beet & Belcher ............................ . 10
California ..............................2
Consolidated Virginia ....................... 3
Qrown Point-........ .................... 1
Eureka Consolidated........................ 1
Gould & Ourry ............................... 5%
Grand Prize.................................. 29 as
ulia Consolidated. ....................... 1 v
Jus ce ........................................ 13
Nm ...................................... 10
orthern Belle........................ 17'
Ophir......................................... 1
Harman....... ...................... 1
Yellow Jacket............................. e6
COTTOIN.
[ Our quotations of Domestic and Foreign
Markets are from the closing telegrams, and
our (otton statietics from the New Orleans Cbt
ton Exchange.]
NEW OBLEANS MARKET.
SPOTS.
Although the decline at New York was some
what contracted by the firm feeling in Liver.
pool. spots were weak and irregular, but were
not, however. quoted lower than yesterday by
the Exchange. The sales comprised 9soo bales.
The offerings were free. but the assortment was
only moderately fair.
The Ootton Exchange reported sales to-day
500o bales. Including - bales after 3 p. m.
yesterday: Market weak and It regular. Stained
%@%c less than white of the :same grade.
This day.
To-day. Yesterday, last week.
Low Ordinary........ 9% 9% 10K
Ordinary ........... · 10% lo o lo%
Good Ordinary....... 11 11% 11
Low Middling ........ 11% 11 1 12
Middling ............. 121 12% 12%
Good Middling....... 12% 1236 12%
Middling Fair. ...... 18 13 13%
FUTUBES.
[Our sales and quotations are from the offi
cial bulletin board of the New Orleans obtton
Exchange, and comprise all transactions re
ported by the Exchange to the close of busi
ness.I
Futures opened quiet, ruled dull and easy at
noon, easy at the third call and steady at the
close. The sales summed up 25.803 bales, in
eluding 23.600 between calls, against a total yes
terday of 27,100. including 22.600 between calls.
The movement was principally in Junes. com
prising 21.700 bales. The market showed a
marked falling off. aswill be seen by the details
below:
OURvBE OF THE MARKET.
The inside figures of the following quotations
at the closing calls are the bidding rates to-day
and the outside figures the asking rates.
-------lose.--- --Average sales.
To-day. Yesterday To day Yest'rd'y
Aoril. [email protected] - -
May .. [email protected] [email protected] 11.82 11.83
June. 1.66® -- 11.940(11-95 11.79 11-88
July.. l11.68 11-70 12-04®12-05 11.78 12-04
Aug.. [email protected] 12.05012.06 11-88 -
BSet.. [email protected] [email protected] - 11.47 11.58
Oct... ll1-o00oall. [email protected] - 11.20 11.20
Nov.. [email protected] [email protected] - 10.84 11.00
De .. [email protected] 11.02®11-03 - 11.01
Jan..-®@ - - -
-eb.-
Mareb - @ - - @ - - -
DETAIL OF SALES.
Before First Call-May, 700 at. 11.95; June. 600 at
at 12.00, 120o at 12.01. 900 at 12.02. 100 at 12.03. 1300
at 11.98, 100 at 11 99. 1500 at 11.97; September, 200
at 11.55. 500 at 11.so; October. 100 at 11.20; total.
7200 bales.
First Call-June, 400 at 12.00. 200 at 12.01; total,
600 bales.
Between First and Second Calls-June, 100 at
11.95. 300 at 11.85 500 at 11.84. 300 at 11.82, 400 at
1182; August. 300 at 11.88; total. 1900 bales.
Second Call-June. 100 at 11.81: total. 100 bales.
Between Second and Third Calls-May. 300 at
11.71.200 at 1170. 200 at 1165; June. 200 at 11.80.
100 at 11.75. 900 at 11.73. 400 at 11.77.700 at 11.76.100
at 11.75. 100 at 11 76. 500 at 11.75. 200 at 11.74. 100 at
11.73. 200 at 11.72, 400 at 11.71,100 at 11.70, 700 at 11.69.
500 at 11.68. 900 at 11.70. 100 a' 11.71. 100 at 11.70. 200
at 11.69. 500 at 11 67. 500 at 11 66. 100 at 11.65, 11(10 at
11.70, 1200 at 11.69. 1600 at 11.68; July. 100 at 11.78:
total. 12.800 bales.
Third Gall--eptember, 300 at 11.38; November.
1200 at 10 84; total. 1500 bales.,
After Third Call-June. 1500 at 11.65. 100 at
11.64, 600 at 11 66;: total 2200 bales.
Total. 25.800; including 23.600 between calls.
DOMESTIC MARKETS.
)Market. Sales. Middling.
New Orleans..Weak ............. 5.900 12%
Galveston. ....Heavy............ 175 11%
Mobile.........Steady... ........ 800 12
Savannah. ....Easier ........... 20o 12%
Charleston ....Dull.- ............. 200 12%
Wilmington...Quiet-............. - 11t3
Norfolk ........ bready.......... lot 123
Baltimore .....Quiet....... ... o160 12%
New York.. ---ay ...........*.. 2.439 12%
Boston.........teady .......... ..... 12%
Memphis......Quiet ............ -- 1.o 11%
Augusta.......Dull............ 53 114
Philadelphia. QuIet ............ 176 12
nnnati..... Qiet ............. 2 11%
St.Lo. 0 .... . ull ........... - 30 11%
13.096
"-; ~ ~ ~ ~ Hji; 1.+?,+ +++ :-'+ ,.+
j.·,' ++ . P i +r+.+1+ +++', ..:+++" '.+ + +
SPTS- Opened steady sad elosed easy. as. 160
deollne from yesrerdais rates. The regular
sales ocomprised 2489 balesy and the deliveri
on contract 900 bales.
Quotations-Ordnr 10oo. Good Orditary
113 loo, trct Good Ordlinary 11 7.160. Lw ulW -
dling l1 , Middling Uplands 129eo, lMiddllng
Orlaans 129eo, and Middling Texas 12t4e.
FuTURxs-Opened steady. ruled weak at
noon, and closed weak with sales of 215,00o
bales.
To-day's To-day's Yesterday's
Opening. Close. Olose.
April........ 12 1612.30 11.780 - 12 10u 1211
May .......... 12 [email protected] 23 11.57(011 58 12 [email protected] 20
June ........ 12.331012.34 11 96(l11 97 12.31.5 -
July......... 12 0(112.44 12.070 - 12.42( -
August ...... 12 ,012.53 12 [email protected] 12 [email protected] 53
HSetember -. 12 21(012 23 11 924111 94 12.23((12 26
October... 11.0;9511.06 [email protected] 11I 64111 66
November •. 11.31:S l.32 11 1011.02 11 29(U)11t
December.. . 11 29I11 30 11 0o911 02 [email protected]
January ..... 11 3316 - *11.1560 - *--611 28
February .. -(4- - 10- -(0
March ... [email protected] [email protected] -0
*Late't uqotatlons previou4 to close.
NET REOEI'TS AT UNITED STATES PORTB.
-Thus farm
this last This week
To-day. week, weok. last year.
New Orleans 2 2 837 9.73: 9.084 5.192
Galveston........ 712 3.065 1,393 1,566
Mobile ........... 248 1.907 748 1.976
Savannah........ 6s9 1.H75 491 2.803
Charleston ....... 22 1,195 1.186 966
Wilmington ..... 74 158 144 :1)0
Norfolk .......... 1,153 2 18 42 4.022
Baltimore ....... 124 124 97 21
New York........ 1.074 1.386 1,696 1.490
Boston ......5.... 0 497 986 2 420
Poiladelphia ... 40 307 824 747
Various .......... .... .... ...
Total........ 7.353 22,414 21.099 31,632
Net receipts since Sopt. 1. This year. Last yesr.
At this ,ort ................. 1,392.191 1 128.188
At all U. 8 Dorts ........... 4.506,154 4.216.809
FORFIGN EXPORTSB INCE SEPTEMBER 1.
1 At this port. At all U. 8. vorts
1679 80. 1178-79. 1879- 80. 1878-79
'G. Britain " 699.37 803.060 1 919 47' 1.764 2(104
France ..... . 22873' 10.53 17 436 889 368
Continent... 213.911 321,8621 719.2001 876.743
Total ...... 1.142.281 992.947 2996,100 ,020,305
'IOulutDig Utinn. 1.
STOOKS THIS DAY AND SAME DAY LAST
YEAR.
Atthis port. This day. Same day lat year.
Total ........ ....... 247989 149 444
On shipboard..... 2,041 48.425
Leaving in presses 1956,9) 101.019
Total at New York. ;27. 4:44 16 293:
At all U.S. ports.... 721 7:3 44:1 914
*Total at tnt. towns 20s.104 111.5a0
'Last Friday. comprislng all the towns on the
b!ackboards of the Now Orleans Cotton Ex
change.
LIVERPOOL MARKET.
SPoTs-Firmer at yesterday's rates; 74d for
Middling Uplands and 7 3-.14 for Middling Or
leans. The sales comprised 10.000 bales, of
which 8200 were American. The receipts com
prised 34,oto bales, of which 28.500 were Ameri
can.
FUTonUs-Opened firm and closed steady.
DELIVaRIEs-Uplands, any port, not below
Low Middllng, were quoted as follows: January
- February - March -, April 7 1-32d. April and
May 7 1-3id, May and June7d. June and July
7J. July and August 7 1-82d. August and Sepo
tember 7 1-led, September and Octobers [email protected]
7d. October and November 6{d. November and
December 646d. December -d.
MANCHESTER MARKET.
Quiet and steady.
HAVRE MARKET.
No telegrams were receIved, but for reference
we lyive yesterday's quotations:
Dull at tower prices-1 franc decline from
Saturday's rates.
Quotations--s8 francs for Tree Ordinaire
(spot) and 86 for Low Middling (afi)at).
BBEMEN MARKET.
Quiet. Middling (spots) 6a. Middling (afloat)
6831.
FIRIRHTS.
The market continues firm.
Cotton. Steam. Sall
Liverpool ................ %d 11-2d
B avre........................ .... Xc
Bremen ..... ........
Botterdam................ .... d ...d
Bevel..................... ....0
Oronstadt ................. ... - 7-16d
Genoa........ ........... ....c ....o
Barcelona ................. ....o ....o
New York ................... c ....0
Boston. Providence Fall
River and Philadelphia.
via New York............ ec ....o
Grain to Liverpool....... 901od
Grain to contin-nt 9 or. .... [email protected] 6 3d
B ditimore. via New York. 11-160 .... e
Oil cake to the United
Klngdom...... .......... - ss
Oil cake to Liverp'l, 9 ton .... 358
Bugar to New York. ' hhd S3 50 ....
Molassees. V bbl............ 75 ...
BRice ........................ 0 ....
COMIIM CIAL.
[Our quotations represent wholesale prices
,except when job lots are specified.]
TOBACCO.
LEAr ToBacco-The running stock is 1200
hhas, part of which is held for local delivery and
for shipment. Stock on sale 700 hhds.
Erport Tobacco-Quiet. Low lugs 8%@4o 91h,
meouum 4x044%0. good and fine 4%@5c. Low
leaf [email protected] medium 6%.7%.. good and fine
700840. s ,eetions 90100.
CutLtiig Grades - In reonest at full prices.
Lugs [email protected]%e and so; leat [email protected] and [email protected]
MAxlvAOTrUaD TosBAoo-Quiet. Fine plug
o60700 IS , fine medium [email protected] Bright quarters
common sound. [email protected] Bright navy, 4's and
6's, 4~o6oo. Black sweet [email protected] No. 1.5's and
1o's. dark black sweet [email protected] Navy Is black
840490, navy a's black [email protected] Fancy styles.
natural leaf. 420474: No. 1. ts. extra fancy
[email protected]$1.
LOUISIANA PRODUCTS.
SuvoA-Steady at quotations. Receipts 83
hhds. Stock under the sheds 7734 hbds.
Common 6a%70 good common 7%@73c. fair
7%,@7%c. good fair [email protected])hc. fully fair 70%@7%e.
prime [email protected] strictly prime -088. choice
[email protected]~e. seeonds [email protected] Yellow clarified 8%
@8%o. off white 8%@90. choice [email protected]%o.
standard white -0-9c0.
MoLAssE--Firm. Receipts 87 bbls. Stock
under the sheds 1037 bbls.
Common [email protected] 19 gallon, centrifugal 3so040,
fair [email protected] prime 42®450. strictly ortme [email protected],
choice 50oa523. cistern bottoms 4652.c.
RICE-With a light supply and good demand
the market is strong. No. 2 %@4%.e. com
mon 5%06%o, ordinarv [email protected] fat'r [email protected]
good 6%[email protected] prime 7%[email protected] . choice 7%@-c.
BBEADSTUFFS.
[The following prices are for round lots. Job
lots are [email protected] more ver bbl according to
quality.J
FLoua-Is dull. Fine [email protected] 25. superfine
$4 [email protected] 87K, single extra 6a5 123, double
extra 16 [email protected] 37%. treble extra $a 62%05 76.
choice extra [email protected] 87%. family $606 12%, fancy
$S 250-.
C.EAM AND PEABL MEALS-$S 1503 25 9 bbl.
Comra Mxa.-Fresh meal $2 [email protected] 9 bbl: old
[email protected] 25.
GaiTs-Choice [email protected] 10.
HomIz-$-03 9 bbL
BRE [email protected] 5 P bbl.
GRAIN AND FEEDSTUFFB.
[Our quotations are for wholesale lots on the
landing. Dealers job at the following advance
from store: Corn [email protected] per bushel, Oats [email protected]
per bushel, Bran [email protected],c per 100, and Hay $2
@3 per ton.]
Corna nm 8A.Es-In fair sunoly. molerate de
mand and steady. White 540550, white mixed
[email protected] yellow [email protected] yellow mixed [email protected] - 9
bushel.
OATs-In fair supply, fair demand and steady
at [email protected] bushel.
BRAN-Is in light supply, fair demand and
firm at [email protected]$I 165 cwt.
HAY-Is in light supply for choice. but in fair
supply for prime; the demand is fair and the
market firm; choice $22 9 ton. prime $18020.
ordinary $-0-.
BuKIz C-oa--April 4647 for mixed 9 bushel.
white 480490. yellow [email protected]
BULK WaTL--Saiabn aft SI 2S1 30 9 bushel.
PBOVISIONS.
[Our quotations of provisions are for lots at
wholesale. Jobbers' prices are [email protected] per bbl
more, and [email protected] higher per lb.]
Provisions exhibited little animation or cuo
table variation.
PoaK-11 [email protected] 75 9 bbl for new.
B BA as BAcoN-OrdinarT 7UPB, choice
[email protected]%c.
BAooI--Bhoulders 56%@8o. clear rib sides
[email protected] i93. clear sids 7%~7%s.
Dax BMAT MEATs--LOeO shoulders [email protected]% i.
packed 4%@4io., olear rib sides 6%@63i. olear
sides [email protected]%eo.
HAves-Fresh bchoice canvased sugar-cured.
medium aversa,. [email protected] b . large do 85%s9%c.
emall do [email protected], old 8%99Le.
LAD-Befined in tieroes 7%@7Ko. refined in
hea s8eXo. reined in bauckets aye%.o. Pack
ers' lard--tieroees [email protected] kegs 'Ca. plate --0
Sc.
P os Phosoves-pritm mess 1r9
- bb1J0 . e fU11O rumpo
aa ._754 4'l9 t'ieros and 5859
b1o. Pig pork I 6 0o-- half bbl andU 11 09
bbl. sausages [email protected] lb.
Bhuv--Wepts- is aejing sat s044i 9 bbl.
and 5 b alt bbl. b. ulton market 5 250 4o
, half bbl.
GROCERIES.
BuTEr -Sweet Western scarce. We quote:
Western creamery, fancy. [email protected]: New York
creamery fine [email protected], do prime [email protected], do dairy
choloe 25I26. do dairy fair to good [email protected] West
ern dairy choice 25926. do fresh packed prime
[email protected] do fair good 17019.
OCnsssu-Chotee Western 11-i012 9 1b; prime
do skims lil; New York cream [email protected] ,
OILs-Coai uv--ordlnary t101u 9 gallon in
barrels. 190210 in oases. Lard oil-No. 1 [email protected]
fall strained [email protected] winter strained [email protected]
Linseed oil-raw s82880. boiled 870880. Cotton
seed oil-crude 400-0. refined 45052c.
FIsH-Mackerel-No. 1. bits $5 76. halves
$4 65. quarters $2 65. kite oo:; No. 2
bles 6 76, halves a8 75. quarters $2. kits
i:e; No. a large, bbls 17 60. halves 54 25.
quarters $2 25. kits 88c: No.8 medium. bble
16. halves (s 25. quarters $1 85. kite 7ac
Extra mess. bbls s25. halves $12 82. quar
ters 56 57. kits $2 75; Extra No. 1. bbls $22.
halves $11 82, quarters $5 82. kits $1 97 Her
ring. bbls $6. halves $3 32. quarters 11 82, kits
770. Salmon. bbles $19 50, halves $1o, quarters a5.
kits $1 67. (Odflsh in 3 boxes 1 o10. in 3i drums
sc; boneless So: boneless. extra. 5%o. Haddock
in % boxes $1. in 3 drums 4%r. Herrings
Scaled 0eo: No. 1260e.
doAP-Laundry-Olive 43i04X c 1 3, German
olive 4)@4%o, family 8%@40. palm [email protected],
red oastile [email protected] white [email protected] India [email protected]
St. Bollox [email protected](e.
Comagy -Quiet. Job lots are quoted as fol
lows: Ordinary [email protected] 9 I, fair 18%@lSiKo.
good [email protected] pDrme l16eK(01K0.
Gargoes-Ordinary [email protected] fair [email protected], good
[email protected]%o. prlme [email protected]
Tas--Strong with an upward tendency;
Oolongs 258820. Formuse 4to0(0c ,. linglish break
fast [email protected] imperials [email protected]:aun- powders e60
@950.
SAur--Steady. Jobbing at $1 [email protected] 06 for coarse
and at $1 4001 48 for fine. Turk's Island [email protected]
11 bush. When delivered dravage is added.
Table salt 070o pocket, according to size.
BTAR OANDI.EB.-- hort Weights [email protected] a1
full weights --012o.
STAzc-%@04o.
FRUITS AND NUTS.
DoMsexTr AND FOREIGN FRUIrT AND NTS-
Apples-Uhoice [email protected] t'bl. MesRtnaoranges
s 50004 1 box. Palermo $3 [email protected] box. Lemons
Meeslua 14 5o 0 bo". Palermo [email protected] 9' box. Na
les figs $ 02 25 It b x. Layer figs 18l-c 9'
,, oval flas 1401 lb. Layer raisins $2 400-
9 box: London layerS2 80-. Plantains [email protected]
9 bunch. Bananas $1 5,[email protected] bunch. Dates 7, P
Vb. Ourrants 6%o P lb. Prunes loo lb.
Citron 190 a. Almonds 190o lb. Brazil nuts
ioo 11 b. Filberts 12%0. Naplies walnuts 140:
French do 12%c. Peanuts 5so. Pecans [email protected],
as to quality. Goonoanuts 43 each. Oalfornia
pears - 9 box. Malaua grapes -- - P bbl.
Pineapples $2 5o I dozen. Dried apples
7a 8so lb. Dried paaches dull and nominal;
peeled peaches s9loc.
COUNTRY PBODUCTB.
[Our quotations represent wholesale, prices
on the landing. Dealers obtain --25c more
per bbl, and %@/4c higher per pound in lots.]
IsIsa PoTrATos--Old 81 sO5 60 9 bbl. new
[email protected] 50o
Swsrr POTATOs--S1 '750- packed.
ONsoas-Northern [email protected] 50 P bbl. Louisiana
[email protected] 50 I bbl
OAnLIo--L2575c 9 bunch.
PRESH VmourTABLs-Choice Louisiana cab
bagese $ 2550 so I crate, beets $3 [email protected] bbl,car
rots [email protected] 25 P bbl. cucumbers 75(088C 1 dozen.
green peas $1 80 I bbl. Squashes oeO per
dozen, new string beans Si 25 per two-third
bushel box. Oelery [email protected] ' dozen. Egg plants
[email protected] 50o dozen.
Sovu Knour-s2 [email protected] seo half bbl and [email protected]
for ordinary 9 bbi; choice $-e. a bbL
Bwrs--Northern white mediums 2%@83c t
a, wiate ltlney [email protected]%o red kidney SK3~13o.
W'etern white a'ieaec. Western red 0838.
Cow Pues-Under a liberal supply and little
demand the market is dull and easy; clay St 20
01 25, choice mixed $1 [email protected] good mixed $-0
1 o10. low mixed [email protected] 06. whlppoorwill 81 ltor-.
Pouvrax- Western grown uniockena 6 [email protected] o
9 dozen, Joung do 30 25. ducks $3 [email protected] 75,
geese S..A, turkeys $18024 9 dozen; Lou
isiana grown chickens 32 2503 5o, young $2 500
a. ducks [email protected], geese [email protected] turkeys 0I10o.
Eoas-Western 129140 9 dozen. Louisiana
14*18c.
Woor--Barry 19020 bi. Louisiana clear 320
=e5. clear lake 540870
ea--tGreen salted [email protected] dry
> fi . 13L d salted l81430 1 1b.
CrT; obanud, upi 9 58093:
steer and to bides. 80 to 70o . e6%@7:
klpse, I tdo alb. 9o0 : out. scarred. grubby
sidlesand kis. e off. [email protected]$1.
TALL.ow-Onuntry i o-3*. city [email protected]~6o 9 . .
BDzawAx--l9o4200 .
HoNEY-Strained 500700 P gallon.
Hoaes-Ox horns, prime. eoan -d6e; cow do
Moss- Mixed 2JCa0c b. grey 134)[email protected] black
F arTLmx -ssIsoc 9 3 .
OOAL.
PrTrsau.a-To steamboats soo 9 box. retail soe
a bbl. wholesale 8. S St. Bernard 400o box to
steamboats, retail soc, wholesale so0.
ALABAMA.--Prat is selling at $69 ton. o000
3., 48c ' box to steamboats retailing at 5so
bb. Helena is selling at $6 t ton. 2000ooo ; re
talling at 55e bbL Montevallo is selling at
7s6o ton. 2000 3: retailing at s.o I bbl.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NAVAL BTroas-Pltoh $2 21s s5o bbl. Tar $2
as 5o 9 bbl Rosin 2 a250s 60 bbL Spirits tur
pentine 43450 9' gallon.
BuALIN SBrtrs-Bagging. 2l . -.l11%c
yard: 2 lb [email protected]; baling twine 1804-- 9 .
CoTros Trzs-The Arrow tie s2 75.9 bundle.
with usual discount on round lots.
GENERAL MARKETM.
BUILDING MATEBRALdt OF ALL DESCRIP
TIONS.
QUOTATIONS OF THE MECHANICS AND DEALEBS'
EXCHANGE.
Lumber. Timber and Shingles
YELLOW PIE--For building, fur- 0 1000
nished to sizes up to 6x8, 32 feet
long ........................ .......$14 [email protected] 00
For building, furnished to sizes.
over .............................15 [email protected] 00
Boards. 1 1I. 1%212 inches, mer
chantable...........................15 [email protected] 00
Boards, 1, 1 l4, 1x12 inches, clear..18 eo·020 o
Boards for sheathing .............10 [email protected] 00
Weather boarding ...................14 0015 00
Weather boat ding. dressed........15 oo0016 oo
F ooring. 1 inchee, merchantable-22 50'25 00
Flooring. 13 inches. clear...... ....0o 00o35 o0
Flooring. 13 inches, clear, gallery-35 [email protected] 00
Flooring. 1% inches, clear, square
edge . ....- · ..............22 50025 00
Ceiling, dressed. % and % inch.
merchantable ....................14 00o16 00
Celling, dressed. % and % inches.
clear face....... .......... .... ... 8 00 20 o oo
Shelving. dressed both sides .......18 [email protected] 00
Base. dressed one side .............. 16 [email protected] 00o
OCPREsn-Sills. fence posts. sleepers.
etc .................................. 22 [email protected] 00
Boards. 1. 15. 1% and 2 inches,
prime seasoned ....................o [email protected] 50
Boards. 1, 15. 1)5 and 2 inches.
choice ..... -- -....................3..5 00040 00
WAlNvT -Ohio river counter tops, 20
inches and over, elear........... 12 [email protected] 00
Ohio river, 1 to 4 inches..7.. ....70 oo100 00
Ohio river, 1 to 4 inches. common-45 [email protected] 0 o00
OAK-White. 1to 4 inches .........50o [email protected] co
SBINGLEB-20 inches,guaranteed..... 4 [email protected] 5 00
20 inches, merchantable ............. 3 [email protected] 4 50
LATHs-Plasters ...... .......... 1 [email protected] -
HxICKOR-1 to 4 inches................60 0065 00
ASH-1 to 4 Inches .....................40 oo0 00oo
Building Materials
Barox-Red building. 1 1000......--. 7 000 8 00
Lake building. 0 1000 .............. 10 000o -
Lake paving. 0 1000 ........ ... -1 10 o0 -
American fire. 1000................. 25 00o -
English fire. o00oo................. 0 oo0 -
LIME-Alabama, 0 bbl ........... 1 [email protected] 1 25
Western 00 bbl ..................... 1 [email protected] -
CEMENT- ortland. 00 bbl............ 4 00o 4 50
Rosendale. bbl ................... 1 [email protected] 2 00
PLASTER-Calcined. 0 bbl. -........ 1 [email protected] 2 00
Hair, plaster. 00b ................. 4 -
SAND-River. 19 bbl................... 1245 -
Yellow, 0 bbl.................... [email protected] 28
White. 00 bbl ................. 400o 50
Ballast 00 bbl ................. [email protected] -
'ILEs--Enlash ridge, each.......... [email protected] -
SLATE-Bangor quarry. 00 square..- 5 250 -
Virginia quarry. ' square ........ 7 [email protected] -
Chapman quarry. 00 square ....... 50 o 6 00oo
English quarry. q square ......... 10 00019 50
Metals, Otls and Paints
IRON (basis)-Bars. round and
square, 1 to 1% inches. per 10oo -- $3 [email protected] -
Bars. flat. 1% in. to 4x% in. per 1o0 8 [email protected] -
Bands, lIght, 3 to 6x56 and s-16 in.
per loo00 ..................... 425 -
Bands, heavy.8% to 6x5 in. per oo 4 0000 -
Hoops. % and 9 16 in. No. 17 to No.
20 G. per l00....................... 5 7500 -
SBheet. No. IO to No. 14 G, per 10o... oo 00 -
Sheet, galvanized. No. 26 (0, per lb. [email protected] -
(Extra sizes advanced per stand
ard scale.)
Nails. 141. per keg........ ........ 5 oo0 5 15
Out spikes. par keg .............. 5 ( 5 25
TIN-Roofing. It 20128 in. per box.. -$25 [email protected] -
IOl 20s28 in, pDr box. -. 20 00o -
It 14120 in, per box... 12 [email protected] -
IC 14x20o i, per box..- 10 [email protected] -
Block ........................... 25 -
Coppr. -Booflog. per iS............ .. -
Brazters. sheets 18 lbs and over' 3~® -
Basas-Sheet. rt rb.......... ........ @ -
Zmo-Sheet, etr lb ............... ... 100
Lau -Pig, per lb .....................
bht per *lb............ . 1
PAItS -w~Phite lead, striutlr pure.
Bdle ad, painters, per lb..-........
Asbestos, per galel81· ""............
Oxls-Llnseed, raw, per gal........ - 8 8
Linseed, boiled, pegr 7 88
Lard, winter. per gal 67....
Lard. No. 1, per gal .. ...............
TURPaTINE -Per gal ................ 689
WINES AND LIQUOBb.
BANfDras-Domestlc, I galion. .. .1 10 1 20,
Peach-old. I gel...............800 o 6 0
Apple................... ... .... ...2. S
Imported Cognao-1877. ' gal.... 4 " 0 -
1872 ............................... 5 50
1870 ............................... 5 75 -
1865 ............................... 6 0 -
18,. ... .... . ................ .. 7 40 -
1858......8 .... ......0 0 0 -...
GIN-Domestic. New York or Phil
adelphtia.Y 'al............1 0 1 -
Holland '8 gal.... ... 2 76 2 68
Str Robt Burnett's Old Tom.... 3 25 0 3 36
Sir Bobt. Burnett's Old Tom. I
case....... . ....... 9 00 @
Holland 1 case ................. 7 50 -
WaxsaY-Loulelana rectified, 9o 1
cent proof, 1 gel ........... 1 06 '8 1 08
Western .......................... I 00 1 10
Bourbon........................... 12 860
Rye................................ 3 10 86
Ncotch imported................ 400 4 26
Irish, imported.............4...... 00 0 9
RUM-New England............... 1 45
Jamaica........... ...............4 25
Santa Oruz...................... . 4 00 4 0
COuiaPAONas - BRederer Carte
Bl, rnbe. qts. I do ......... 2 e0 -
Piper Holdsleek. qtP. 1 doz ...... 200 -
Krug & Co.. qrs. tl doz..... 21.. 5 60 0 -
Moet & (lhandon-Siliery Mone
seuxI. d',z ......................1 00 0 -
Oremanr, d'ry. doz ............. . 00 * -
Pintos 2 additional.
WINEs-Callfornlalaret, I gal. . 6as 0 e
Zionfandel. No. 1' 1eal.......... 68 0 70
Imported clarets-Oidlnary. 1
cask........... .........-5800 -
Family clarets, I cask. . ... 5 00 76 00
F(ine lar Lts, per cask .......... 90 00 175 00
M do. case ................ 6 50 ®
St. Jullen. ease ............... 50 -
Margaux. " ca'e .............. 7 00
Pontet Uanet. cP Rse.. 10 00 -
Larose. '8 case.................. 12 00 -
Leovill, oase. ........ ..... 12 00
Chateau Lufltte. case"o ....-.4 09 -
Ordinary. case ............... 60 -
White Wines-lmported ordina
ry. tF cask .................. . . 8 00 '8 -
Imported family, cask ....... 6 00 so 000
Imported, One. f ecana. ...lo 00 @l0170
Graves.. ' cea.................... 5 0 0 -
Sautrnes. ease ................ 0 -
Haut enute nee, Cae.... c ... .10 00 @
Latour Blnche. cse.......... 18 00 -
Ohateau Yq'nim. 1 case..........t 00 s 0
Ordilna y, case............... 350 -
Muscat Wineo, F' ee ..............4 25 60
Madeira. Cett., I gal............96 0 100
Madeira, genuine. fine.' gal .... 3 0 0 6 00
Madeira " came ........-.....12 00 26 00
S4herry. bette. al ................. 9 o00
Bherry. renuine Xrez. I gal.... 1 50 ® s e
Sherry. l case ............ 2 00 26 08
DBY GOODS.
Qorro. BLua~ D.-Lonsdale, in. - 011
White Rock. 3s Inches ............. - 411
Rose Bud, as inches................. 11
Hope, 86 Inches................ - 01
Fruit. 36 nohee.................... - -
Boot G, 32noches ..................
Barn 1ey. 30 Inches ...................... 7
Our Ownn .. .............7 -
Commonwealth. X yard ............ 36
Corrow. BaowN.-Perennial, 36 in... 8% -
Natchez. 86 inches .................. 8 -
Graniteviile. 8e inches .............. - 0 8
Augusta. 86 Inches ....................- * 83
Natchez. 8o inchese ................. 7%
Graniteville, 80 inches.............. ..
Augusta. ........................... 6
Augusta. e .........................U 7%1
GorTox PLAIDs.-Alabama- ......... 11 1%
Augusta.......................... . i . 13
Rescue....... ............... 10. 3
Toledo ............................... 11
Eaele Standard............... .. 1
COTrTONAD~E.-NOW Orleans.......... -I
New York ........................... -
OswABuaoe.-Prattville. 8 oanoes.... 11%
Lane. 8 ounces................... 113
Plrwre.-Ashland shirtings.......... 7
Harmony sbfrtings..................
Freeman shirtings.................. 7
Garner's shirtings ......... ....... 7w-
Allen's fancies ..................... 730
Eddystone fanies ................... 8
Simpson's Mourning............. -
Richmond.......................... - 73.
Cohloo........................... -
Merrimack........................ -- 86
Sprague fancies ..................... -
American fancies.................... 7%
Dunnel's fancies .................... a8
Simpson's fancies ................. 8
Gloucester ...........................
Pacfc ...... ......... ............... 8'
DRUGS.
Acid. murlatio. .................... - 4
Acid, sulphurio, lb ................ . - 4
Acid, nitric, I .................... - i
Alum, ............................... 4
Borax. lb... ............. ........4
Brimstone. ilb..................... 38 83
BI-carbonate of Soda. lb............ 9 5
Sal Soda lb.......................... 2 8
Caustic Boda ...................... I" "
Gum Camphor. lb................... 8. 8 -
ODDpperas, lb............. ....... 13 8
Epsom Salts..................... 8
Gum Opium. m ...................8..10 t -
Bhubarb oot. lb................... 75 00
Sarsaparilla oot, lb.............. 19 40
Senna Leaves, lb..................... 26
Sulphur .......................... 4 0 5
Quinine,oz ......................".8 40 -
Morphir e, oz..................6.. ".. 500 -
Oastor Oil lb......................... 123 1
Cinchenidla. oz.................1 30 -
Lard 011. b..... .......... . 6 -
Linseed Oil, gal ................... 858 -
White Lead, m...................... 9% -
CastileSoap (red), lb......9....... 9 .
Coleman's Mustard (Durham) ~-...1 1.5 -
OOUNTRY HABDUWABR.
InoN.-Flat. 1X%@4 inches by %@0
basis ........... . . .........- I 4
Round. [email protected]% inches............. 4
BWEEP [email protected]@5.1 - ....... - )
PLow 8eTEEL--12x%@% - **...... I
HoL.ow W.z.--SBkiUlets& ovens. - 5
Ax.s.--Hunt's ..................05 $100 1200
Oollisne..........................10 80 -
BPADEs.-Amee's 1.. .. ..-*2 26 -
Rowland's ........................ 9 o -
SEovELs.-Amee's ......1*........1 -
Bowland's.......... .............96 -
H ozEs.--F. B.. planters'. 0 ...... 6 2 800
[email protected] ... .....5 501 7
PLows.-Avery. east, Nos. %[email protected]
discount lo t ent....... 4 40 O4U es
Jvery. steel. discount 20 c vent. 70 @22
Avery. double shovels, wooded
beams, net. ........ . ... -.8.
Avery. double shovels, iron
beams net......... ..... - 38
Avery. Ifanolia sweeps, all
sizes, net ............. ...... . - @ 1
CoTToN ORAPEBB ................... . Ii 8
Onaanse.-Trace, 6X . 1o-0.........
NALs.-lud.od basis........-... 6 25 5 8
Outaplikese...................... - *
Bo~m.-Bisal, % inch and larger,
basis .................. ....... . 12
Manilla........................... 14
Ootron.6-1 and C............. 19
0OOPERBAGC.
Hogshead hoop poles, I 1000......5 -
Barrel..... ................ ..s 00
Half.barrel........ .................._ 11 -
Mholasses barrels aic...... ........ o
Molasses half-barrels ---............
Kes .............. i.........
Barrel staves.... .............. 18 001
HOBSE AND MULE MA~BKET.
Common horses....... ... ...· ..E
Good working horses...... ....0 0
Fanc saddle and harness horses. 12
Small common mules............ 7 5 1
Good medium mules........... 1 1
BRce mules.... ................. 105 0091
First-class.. ....... .... ... 110 00017
WAGONS ANID CARTB.
Wagon. two-horse ......--r........ O
Wagon, three-horse ............... 70 1
Wagon. four-horse .............. 90
Ox wagon, with body .............. 8
Ox wagon, without body........... 7T
Cane wagon, complete............
Three-mule cart, without body.... 0s 000
Three-mule cart, complete........ 100o 0011
Bagasse ecart ........................ 6
Plantation arts .................... 40
Dirt carts ........................ . 0
Country dray ........................ o
OATTLE MARKET.
CATTLE-Choice. P head ....... ......· [email protected]
First quality. ' head .............. 18 00oe
Second quality, head............. 18 OO
Third quality. head ......... -
S.m~E --lFirst quality. head....... -
Second quality. head ............ 8
TARITNra s-FIrat ouality. I head... 11O
Second quality, had............. 8
MrLma Cows--First quality. head. 7
Second quality. i head-........... 500
Third qnality, I head .............. 0
-econd quanlityhead............. e
Hoes-First quality, B........... 41
second Quality. b .-.............. 8
Third Quality. ib................. 2%

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