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The Daily USTews.
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, I860.
LIVERPOOL-Por ?bip A mella- 305 tons Coal, to Order ;
6 packages liar tuen wore, to Cbisolm Broa k Co; 3
casks Hardware, to J li Adger st Co; 1 ?juartor cask
Buerry. to J T Wilson; 3 packages Aldzo, 200 sacks
common Whito Bair, to Order; 3010 Iron Puts, 1060
Camp Ovens and Cuvera, 200 extra Covers, 200 Bis
cuit Ovens and Covers. 250 tipidora wltb Ups; l8
Chimney Bricks, to J ? Adgcr & Co; 95 casfS Ma
chinery, to Order; 3 ?Tasks Ear I li on wore, to W B
Stanley; 1 cask Wino, 2 caBes Mdzo, to Order.
NEW YOEE-Per steamship Quaker City-399 bales
Cotton, G bales Yaru, 4 bbls Groundnuts, SCO bbls
Potatoes and Vegetables, 72 Packages.
BOSTON-Per scbr Bophia It Jameson-12 bales Cotton,
176 tous Old Iron, 20 bales Bags, 3 bales Hope.
BALTIMORE-Per sehr A J Beutloy-3*8 bbds and 26
tierces Molasses?, 80,469 feet Pine Timber.Per
sehr Mary Augusta-00,000 fo?t Pino Lumber.
Por scbr Wenonah-CO.0OO feet Pine Lumber.
Tlio Charleston Cotton Market.
On Saturday tbo Cotton market WOB firm aud un
changed, with sales of about 120 bales. Wo quote:
SAVANNAH, Juno 6.-COTTON.-Tho rocoipts of cot
ton since tiie let lust, bavo been as follows, viz : 2927
bales of Upland and 40 bales Bea Island. The exports
In the same time bave reached 2763 bales Upland and 69
do Sea In ami, ns follows : To Boston, 283 bales Upland
and 34 bale? 8eo Island; to New York, 3382 bales Up
land and 25 bales Sea Island; to Baltlmoro, 87 bales Up
land Cotton-leaving on band and on sbipboard not
cleared a stock of 13,743 balos Upland and 484 bulos Boa
Uplands. Sea Isl'd.
-Receipts Blnco Juno 1. 3,927 40
Exports since Juno 1. 2,767 69
?Exported previously...309,911 8,813
Stock Soptomber 1,1865._ 3,724 281
Bocclvcd sinoo June 1. 3,937 40
'Received previously.,.319,835 9,034
Total Receipts.226,486 9,365
Exports sinco Sept. 1.313,663 8,871
-Stock on hand Juno 1. 13,743 464
There has been but little business transacted In the
cctton market during the past week, owing to the con
tinned stringency In tbo money market, and the condi
tion of financial affairs in Europe, and a decided down
ward tendenoy is exhibited. Tba bualnoaa in cotton, in
our opti ion, is pretty much over for the season, the
few sales now making hardly warranting us in getting
up a repoit. We quoto as follows :
Low Middling. 31 to 33
Middling. 33 lo -
Striot Middling.33* to 34
Good Middling. .34* to 36
There has been nothing done in Sea Island cotton,
-and we are without quotations.
AUOUSTA, Jane 9 -COTTON.-Oood demand to-day.
"Wo quote Middlings at 29o, Striot Middlings at 30c, and
Good Middling 31 to 32c The demand for higher grades
la better than for lower.
GOLD.-Gcod demand. Brokers buy at 134 and 135
and sell at 136 and 137.
Bnwjttt,-Bin lng at ISO and selling at 133.
Georgia Bailroad Stock 80 to 87; Central Railroad Stock
-97 to 98; City Bonds 90.
MOBILE, Juno S.-COTTON.-The Liverpool news to
'the 25th, published tois morning, reporting snother de
- olino, and Middling Uplands at lad., caused a further
depression in prices bera, and factors to cover up what
little they had been offering. Two buyers entered the
market and took 120 bales, the market closing dull at 32
to 83o for Middling.
MONKTABT AND FiHANciAL.-The only feature of the
market to-day Is an advance in Gold, caused by a like
change in New York. The small business done has
-been at 140 to 142, but some he Id era are asking 145.
Sterling continuos at 146 to 147 for beat bills.
New York Sight ii to */ premium.
Now Orleans Sight remains at par.
N?"?v Orleans Market.
"NEW ORLEANS,1 June 5-COTTON.-As predicted in
.our last, full reports of the Liverpool market to the 26th
ult. were received last night b v telegraph. Sales of
cotton for the week ending on that day wero 44,000
bales, at y_ to Id decline, middling uplands being quoted
at 13d and middling Orleans o' 12???i. The Intelligence
by the Nova l-cotian has had no effect upon our market
whatever, and we must continue to report it at a stand
still. Factors aro not disposed to sell round lists In
-view of the disastrous acconnts of the growing crop,
-which are dally Increasing, while most orders In the
hands of brokers havo been countermanded, on account
of the low prices ruling Europe and the difficulty in the
way of negotiating Commen?ai Exchange. The sales
to-day have been restricted to 44 bales, 36 bales, and
some other trifling lota, at irregular prices, and the
movement approxlmatea so closely to a total suspension
of buainesa that It would be nseless to attempt to furnish
reliable quotations. In fact, factors and brokers cannot
agroo upon the valne of ady classification.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st Sept, 1866.baie]-83,239
Received sin:e yesterday. 287
Exported since yesterday. 9,078
Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared_124,639
The exports Include 4464 bales for Havre, 3661 for
Liverpool and 1053 bales for New York.
HUUAH AND MOLASSES.-The receipts from the coast
sinoe yesterday comprise 40 hhds Sugar, no Molasses.
There has been a better inquiry to-day, and at firmer
prices. The supply of Louisiaos Sugar Is quite limited,
and there is no Louisiana Molasses on the market,while
the foreign production is plenty, especially that of the
common grades, but the demand is of the most limited
character. Sales include 64 hhds of yellow clarified
and white at 16>?ofor yellow and 16o ft lb for white,
and 10 hhds. Louisiana fair at ia Ho $ lb. There has
bten no movement whatever in Molasses, although
there was some little Inquiry noticeable. It is offering
at 48@65c for ordinsry to prime Porto Rioo.
FBKJOIITS.-Tho demand for all points ia of a very re
s trie ted character, and rates cannot be reported as much
bettor than nominal. Steamers when placed on the
?berth have a fixed quotation, but when the day of de
parture arrives <u>d space is still vacant, terms are made
easy to shipper?. Sailing vessels are of different crasses,
and each is supposed to have an appropriate rate. But
It not unfrequently happens that a vessel chartered at an
-extreme figure lowers the quotation when in need of
freight with wbloh to AU up. The prices given to-day
-aro ?? to %d by steamship and ?i to Hd per lb by sail
ing vessels for cotton to Liverpool ; to Havre by sall l % c,
and to New York and Boston by steam X? per lb tor cot
ton and 76o per obi for flour, and by sall >,' to 3-l?c per
lb for cotton and 45o per bbl for flour.
APALACIIICOLA. COTTON BTAT-IKNT, JUMB 3.
Beoeipta to Sept. 1.1866....-.136,601
Itoooipta from ttepu 1 to ?late.117,685
Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared.4,688
WILMINGTON, June 9-TUBPINTINB-None received,
And no sales reported. ._._?? ?.?.i. ?. *."
Brians TOBPSNTINB-Sales of only 63 bbls, at 650
?USSAJAftw- at to, $6 75 to $7 for No 1, $4
n0 for opaque, $3 60 for red. and $2 M tor strained com
OOTTON-- festes changed hands at 82 cents per lb
?HAT-2008biles Northern received and sold from
.wharf at OBo per 100 lba,
BALTIMORE, Juno 7.-COAL- Receipts of Cumber
land are very large, and demand for Eastern shipment
also heavy, with prlco? steady at f 6 f ton f o b at Lo
cust Point. _ _
COFFEE-The market continues dull and prices de
pressed for gold. Bales are confined to small lots from
seeor.4 hands, good raiding from 19 to 20>iofor good to
Fwu-Potomac Herrinns are in demand and prices
better. Baise early in the week at $7 to 7 35; to-day
?..*?. *' W for lou from the wharf,, and |8 from store.
North Carolina supply light; quoto $0 to .? for short
brands, gross, and ?7 for net; Shad $13 for large lots.
^..i4."?!,*."^ M**???! are ?caree; new 8's are
quoted at $10 to 16X, but few yet reoelved.
Fsorr-At "ellon to -day, cargo of brif Bol?, fro?
Palermo, consisting of 1729 boxes Oranges and 1857
boxes Lemons, all sold. Orango? mostly In bad order,
ranging from $1 35 to 6 10, and Lemons at $4 16 to 6 10
1'Locit-Medium grades of winter wheat Flour nro lu
demand, and command still better prices. A sale of
WoBiorn Extra reported nf?lSX. g.>?>d City Mills Su
pers, spring whoat, steady at f 9 76, with furthor sales
at that prlco. Wo alto notice a ?alo of 3000 bbls Olly
spring wheat-Extra, for export, ou private terms. We
repeat last quotations, viz :
Howard street bttper and. cut Extra.1P.2*. @ 10 60
Howard street Extra Shipping.11.60(9 13(10
Howard street do. reta hug.13 ti(4 13 60
Howard street Family.14.60 @ 16.60
Ohio Super und Cut Extra.10.25 ? 10 60
Ohio Shipping Extra.11 60 @ 13.00
Ohio Retailing.13 00 44 1H 60
Ohio Family.14.00 ? 16.00
Northwestern Super. ?.60? 10.00
Northwestern Extra.10.26? 11.60
City Mills Super. 0 60 Cd 9.75
City Mills Standard Extra.11.35 <g> 11.76
City Mills Shipping brands.14.00(a) 14.60
Baltimore, Wolch's ti Greenfield Family... 17.60 & 00.00
Baltimore high grade Extra retailing.16.60 @ 00.00
Bye Flour, new. 6.00 @ 6.26
Corn Moal-yellow and White. 4.60 & 4.76
GHAIN.- Whoat.-800 bushels red offered; 600 buehols
primo Pennsylvania cold at $3 05; no Western spring
offered. Corn.-Receipts small; comprised of 37lrO
bushels white and 2200 yellow; prices were sustained;
ealos 1700 bushels mixed wblto at 89 eta; 2000 bushols
good to primo 04 to 97 cts; a cargo y chow at 87 ots, and
1000 bushel? in lots at K8 ote. Oats.-2850 buHhels re
ported received ; 1400 bushels lixht sold at 76 eta, and
400tl bushels Chicago at C5 to 69 ct? per bushel, weight.
Rye.-A lot of Maryland offered; held st $110, and $1
MoEAaHEH.-Market firm, with furthor sales roported
or 20 puncheons Bogllsh Island at 66 cts; 10 tierces do
66 cts, and 17 bids (?7 cts; quote Cuba clayed 60 to 66
cts; do Muscovado 6) to 66 cts; Porto li leo 70 to 80 cts;
English Island'66 to 80 ots per gallon.
POTATOES-Aro still Jobbing from vessel's side at
$1 40 to SI 45 per bu>-hol.
PROVISIONS.-With light stock and good demand, the
market is firmly maintained f.r all d ?-se rip ti ona. We
roport a sale of 20 hhds Bacon Shoulders at 16X cts, and
50 do, in lota, at 16>i cts; Sides are steady at I8>i el?
for Jobbing lots. Bulk Meats are held firm; Shoulders
st 14.^' cts, and Sides IT to 17X cts. Lard we quote at
21 y, cts for City and 33 ots for Western, tierces and
barr?le. Moss Pork $31 76 to $33 for Western.
BUTTER- Market unsettled and prioes depressed.
Wo quote prime Western 36 to 28o; glades held at 38 to
BO cents, but only 25 cents offered for fine yellow;
Franklin-(?trott roll 20 to 360, the latter for choleo, clos
Foos are in demand, with sales at 34 to 35 coots per
SALT-Some inquiry for lsrge lots Llvorpool ground
alum, but held firm at $2. H mall lots are Joboing lower;
we quote $1 85 to 1 90; Marshall's and Worthlngton'o
One $3 25; other brands 3 to $3 30 per sack. Rock $32
to 35 per ton. Turks Island, In lota from store 68 to 6O0
BDOAB-The market Is quiet bat firm, with sales of
76 bblii Porto Blco at lS>;c; 80 hhds do primo lsXo;
199 bbls English Island lb??c; 33 hhda Cuba contrifu
gal at 18.V cents. We revise quotations as follows:
lommon to good refining I0>i to Ile; do Cuba grocery
11>? to 12>ic; prime do 12X to 13o; common to good
Porto Itleo grocery J1X to 12X; prime to choice 13X
to 14Xo ; Havana No 13 13c. Refined Is steady at last
WHISKEY-Market was quiet to-day. Yesterday 160
bbls Western, In bond, sold at $3 30; we quote small
lots a 81 to $2 33 per gallon.
Baltimore Live Stock Market.
BALTIMORE. June 7.-CATTLE- Tho offering during
the week were 643 he3d, against 1054 head last week. Of
the offerings 210 oame from Ohio, 145 from Iilinols, 86
from West Virginia, 33 from Kentucky, all tria the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad, 60 from Maryland, on foot,
and 120 left over from last week. The cattle were dis
ported of ss follows: 130 head te Washington butchers,
30 to Murphy St Bathgade, Washington, tor Government
consumption, 32 to an Eastern market, 30 left over un
sold, and the balance were taken by Baltimore butchers.
We quote common at $6@f 7 60, a decline of from X to
le per lb; primo $8@$9, a declino of )io per lb, and a
few extra at $9 26. No Scalawag? were offered and the
market dosed dull, with a downward tenaenoy.
SHEEP-Supply good, but owing to a demand from
Philadelphia prices have advanced ^0. Wa quote to
day at 6@6Xo for clipped. No wool sheep In market.
HOGS-The supply during the weak has been good
with a moderate demand. Sales were msde at 13X?14o,
an advance of .l.'o since our last report.
New York Market.
The New York Time*, of Friday, 8th Instant, says:
The prlco of Gold gavt way 1 to IX per cent, this
forenoon, ranging 144 to 148X. as against 146 last night,
and 149 on Tuesday night, and there wss a far-nor fail
to 143X In the afternoot. 'The favorable tone of the
English nests yesterday appearo I to make more Im
pression on the market, notwithstanding some talk on
the street of another considerable export of Gold on
Saturday, Xxcha go on London 1UX? and on Paris, 6
francs ?Xo- to the dollar, at three days' sight. Thero
is not much doing in sixty days' sight on euther point:
London 109 >; per cant.
Tbe further and latest particulars of the Africa's
news, published In the morning papers, give both the
financial and political advices increased importance.
The official paper of the Frenoh Government formally
announces the Congress to take place between the great
Powers, and the Puis Bourse indicates, by its decided
rise in a few day a from 63.15 to 05 67 for the Rente, a
substantial reassurance in the public mind on the
question of impending war. The Bourse closed buoy
ant on Saturday night, May 26. The Bank of France
gained $4,000,000 in gold during the week. The Liver
pool market closed much batter on Saturday. In Lon
don the improvement is not yet so decided aa It no
doubt will be on the further receipts of gold from this
The market for Money is 6 per cent to the Brokers, a
good supply and only a moderate employment. The
Government Securities, gold-bearing, are advancing, the
6-20a of 1863 rather taking the lead In both price and
demand, owing to the inquiries and purchases for trans
mission abroad. The long 6 per cents of 1881 aro 109J?
to 110. They have advanced from 108 to 108X since the
npward turn in Gold, on the prospect of a liberal pre
mium on t e 3 per cent Gold Coupon due July 1. The
Bame feeling has added to the firmness of the old 6 per
cents of 1871 and 1874, Coupons due July 1, and the
10-40 5 per cents, Coupon due 1st September, are also in
steady request at OS per cent.
The 16th of June Coupon on the Second Series of the
7-30 Currency Bonds will be paid on Friday of next
week, and will draw out of the Treasury $10,060,000, or
3.60 per cent on $30,000,000.
NEW T011K, June 7.-COTTEE is inactive, but steady.
Java at 26 to 26o. Native Ceylon at 21 to 23c, Maracalbo
at l8 to 210, Laguayra at l8 to 30c, Bio at 16 to 20c, and
St. Domingo at MX to n>? cents, cash, m gold, per
COTTON la held with much firmness, bnt Is In less
urgent request, the main inquiry being from spinners.
Middlings have boen qnoted at from 37 to 40c, ohlofly
within the range, per lb. Sales since our last, 1600
bales, against receipts of 2173 bales.
MOVEMENTS IM COTTON AT THIS POST.
Beceipta thus far this week. 8,076
Receipts since June 1,1866. 8,482
Beceipts since Jan. 1, 1866.343,170
Receipts Since Sept. 1, 1865.773,9G8
Exports since Sept 1, 1865.461,082
FLOUR AMP MEAL.-Stete and Western baa been in
less request at lower and drooping prices. Bales since
our last, 6100 bbls, including common to choice Supor
Ine State and Western at $7 10 to $8 35; very poor to
choice Extra State at $8 16 to $10, chiefly at $8 20 to
$8 80; round-hoop Extra Ohio, poor to good shipping
branda at $0 25 to $10 per bbl. We no? quote:
Superfine State and Western.$7.100$ 8.25
Extra State.8.150 10.00
Extra Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, ?ka.8.80? 14.00
Extra Ohio, round-hoop, shlpp'g brands.. 9.25? 10.00
Extra Ohio, trodo and family brando.10.10ft 14.60
Extra Genesee.10.OC?> 14.6O
Poor to very choice extra Missouri.12.00? 17.60
Bouthorn Flour is dull and drooping. Sales since our
last 350 bbls, In lots, at $10 75 to $12 for poor to good,
and $1210 to $17 25 for good to very choleo extra
brands, per bbl. Canadian Flour is.declinlng. Sales,
300 bbls Extra at $B 10 to $14 per bbl. Bye Flour is in
active, including Suporflno at $6 to $6 76 per bbl; sales
120 bbls. Corn Meal continues Inactive at $4 26 for
Western, $4 85 to $4 45 for Jersey, $4 76 for Marsh's
Caloric and $4 60 to $176 for Brandy wine, per bbl.
Sales 150 bbls.
GKAIH.-Wheat has been In good demand and prime
paroels havo boen held very firmly. Sales since our
last 41,000 bushels, inolndlng Amber Miohigan st $2 77;
som mon to choice Milwsuklo Olnb at $3 12 to $2 2?,
and Amber State at $2 90 per butheL Corn baa been In
fair roquest and buoyant. r aloa have been reported
since our lsst of 03,000 bushels at 78c to 81o for un
sound, snd 81c to 84o for sound new mixed Western,
per bushel, New Oats continuo In active den and at
firmer prices. Wo quote new Western at 65 to 6O0; old
canada 76c per bnshol; sales 66,000 bushels. Nothing
new in Bye, Barley or Barley Malt. The su; ply of
Beana is Ught, and higher prioea are obtained. We
quote: Beans, Kidneys, new, $2 50 to $2 76; Deans,
Marrows, $2 40 to $2 60; Besns, Mediums, $1 90 to $2;
Beans, mixed parcels, $1 60 to $2; Peas, Canada. $1 16
to $1 30; Peas, Qreon Marrowfat, $1 80 to $1 60 por
HAT.-North Biver bslo In good demand at CO@iK)o
for poor to choice, ft 100 lbs.
?HOPS-Continue in request, including last year's
crop, at 15?)70 cents, and two years' old at 8(3)00 cents
LATHS- Are salablo and buoyant In price.
MOLASSES-Is Inactive, Including Porto Rico at 65?
8O0; Cuba at 43@85o ft gallon.
NAVAL STOUSS-Continue quiet, bat steady, inolndlng
flDirita of Turpentine at 9i@97o ft gallon; Crudo do at
$j>05 26; Boaln at $6011 ? 280 lbs; Tar at $2 25@3 ft
OILS-Continue In modorate roquest, inoludlng Crude
Whale at f 1 M@l 80: Bleached Whale at $1 AS; Or ada
Sperm at $3 60; Unblo icho-l ?lo at $3 10(3)2 76; Lard OH
at $1 00(^2; lied (Jil at 8S@9JC; Llusoed OU at $1 6J@
1 69 V gallon
I'ETnoLhUM-Coutinuoa in limited demand at 20@
2C.lic for Unido ; 41@4Io for Rcfluod, lu bond, and 66f?i)
67c for do, freo p?jr gallon.
PROVIMONS-Pork has boon in activo speculative de
maud, but at irrogular prices. Balen ainco our last 7100
bbls, in lots, at 80 66 to $30 76 for new ni? BB, closing at
$30 -iii. regular; $29 25 to 29 60 for ono year old M-as;
$27 25 to $.'7 60 for new Primo MOBS; $29 25 to $29 50
for Thin Mess; $24 7.5 to $24 60 for new Piitno, por bbl.
Kalos wore also made of 4 60 bbls new Mess at $30 76,
Juno delivery, sellers' option; $31 for July and AtigUBt
delivery, aollers' option; $31 25 to $31 60. July and Au
guat delivery, buyers', per bbl. Ont Meats contiuuo In
fair request, st 12*< to 13)?o for Shoulders, and 17 to
18X for Hams; sales 340 packages. Baoon 1B In dom and ;
salop, 230 boxes at 10 ?-?o for short ribbed, and 16??o for
Cumberland cut, per lb Lard la quiet and heavy; sales
since our last 560 tierces and bbls at \0ii to 22Ho per
lb. Beef contlnnea In moderate demand at $10 to $20 60
for now Plain Meas, and $31 to $24 60 for now extra do;
sales havo boon reported of 600 bbls. Tierco Bool Is al
together nominal. Beef Hams are inactivo at $46 to $40
per bbl. Butter ia quiet and heavy at 32 to 35c for State
and 23 to 40c for Western. Cheese Is dull at 8 to 20c per
lb. Messrs Starln .1 Floyd notice tbo week's business
in Butter and Cheeso thus: "Iho rtcelpta of tbo week
are 11,962 packages. The market is dull and neaw, and
trade confinad to local consumption and domestic ports,
which are supplied principally by aoleciions of Western
and Pennsylvania, at prices muoh lower than State.
Our dairjmon are holding for higher prices, wbile tbo
bulk on tbo market is Western. Our quotations aro
SUOAIIS are In request and steady. 8aloi ainco our
last, 1140 hhds Cuba, ?ko., at from 10 *i to 13o, and 280
boxes Havana, part at 11 >? to 12>?C per lb. Refined
sugar? aro in good request nt H '; to 17o por lb.
TALLOW-Sales 86,000 Ina at lix to 12'io; and 35,000
lbs grease at 11 to 13o per lb.
WHISKEY has been quiet, 2 26 to $3 37 per gallon.
FBKionTS havo boon inactivo. For Llvorpool tho on
gagomenta Included 200 tons mahogany at 16s per ton ;
and by steamor, 100 bales cotton at 3-16d por lb. For
Cork and orders, a bark, with corn, at 6s per quarter.
For a direct port in the British channel, a bark, with
corn, at 4s per quarter.
Latest Foreign Markets.
LIVERPOOL, May 26-A. M.-COTTON.-The regular
woekly roport of the Llvorpool cotton market was for
warded by tho Nova Scotlan.
BBKADBTUFTS-Are dull. Richardson, Spence k Co.
report: Flour dull. Wheat dull, but steady ; winter rod
10?3d to lOaOd. Corn firmer; mixed 30s to 80a3d.
PBOVISMNS- Tend downward. Meaars. Bigland,
Atbya A Co. and Bruce k MoAuliffe roport: Beef dull,
and still declining. Pork quiet and steady. Bacon
nominal, at a decline of 2s to 4s on the week. Lard finn
at 73s. Butter duU and unchanged.
PBODDOB.-The Brokers' circular reports: Ashes
nominal for pots at 32s to 80s6d ; pearls scaroo at 40s.
Bugar easier. Coffee very dull. Bice tending down?
ward. Linseed flat. Linseed cakes quiet and steady.
Linseed oil quiet st 40s6d to 41a. Sperm oil-No sales.
Rosin steady at 6s to 7s3d. Spirits turpentine quiet at
49i. Petroleum Inactivo at lalld to 3a for refined.
LONDON MASUTS-Baring's Circular reports: Bread
stuffs quiet t.uJ quotations barely maintained; iron
quiet at ?6 to ?0 is for rails and bars, and 61s for
Scotch pig. Sugar heavy and 6d to la lower. Coffee
stlU declining. Tea dull and easier. Bice steady.
Tallow very dull at 41a. Spirits turpentine quiet at
48s. Petroleum ateady at 2s ?)_d for refined. Llnaaed
cakes very dull snd 6s lower. Linseed oil still declin
ing. Sperm oil nominal.
LONDON MONKT lint-Consols cloaed on Tuesday
at 86y, to 88J? for money. United States five twenties
at 64?? to 65; Brie shares at 40 to 41, and Illinois Con
tra?a at 74>? to 75>i.
Latest via Queenstown.
LrvsarooL, May 2?, p. M.-Cotton-Sales to-day 10,000
baleB, of which 8000 ware taken by speculators and ex
porters. Market firmor but unchanged.
Breads tuffs inactive.
LONDON, May 26, P. M.-Consols closed st 87 to 87>?
for money. U. 8. flvo-twontlos 86)_ to A5X ; Erie sharea
al)? to 43)*'. and Illinois Contrais at 76 to 76H.
[Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce.]
HAVANA, June 3.-The unfavorable nowa from Eng
land has had its effect upon our sugar market, and we
can give no quotations, owing to the few transactions
that have taken place during the week. Shipped this
week hance and from Matan xas, 36,931 boxes, 2993 hhds.
of which to New York, 9714 boxes, 3078 hhds; Boston,
1000 boxes; Philadelphia, 620 boxes, 150 hhds; Balti
more, 66 boxes, 636 hhds; New Orleans, 8787 boxea, 160
hhds-leaving stock In both ports 623.860 boxes, 10,728
hhds. Molasses-Clayed at 6K@8 rials; Muacovadooa
at 7 rials.
CHABTKBS-Closed since our last: For New York,
bark John Griffin, 2500 sugar at $1 ?," ; bark (Nor) to Sor
ten, 8600 boxes sugar, do; Portland, brig (Br) Sarah L
Hall, 460 hhds Sugar at tan ; North of Hatteras, schoon
er Express (via Matanzas), 120 hhds Molasiea at $6;
bark (Br) Sparkling Sea (via Saguai, 600 hhda sugar at
EXOHANOKS.- London, 16@18)? premium at 60 days'
sight; Paris, 5a to 0 do do; Uuited States Southtrn
eitles, 33 to 24 discount. American gold, 6 to 6 pre.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad
Jane 8 and B.
387 bales Cotton, 39 bales Yarn, 6 bbls Spirits Turpen
tine, 106 bbl? Rosin, 6 oars Lumber, 3 cars Furniture
and Sundries. To J B E Sloan, E J Wlss k Co, Adams,
Frost k Go, Hunt Bros, Thuraton k Holmes, Graeaer et
Smith, Frat,er k Dill, (i W Williams & Co, W M Lawton
k Co, Misses E k M Miller, Klinok k Wiokenborg, Man
tone k Co, P Fogarty tt Co, G H Walter k Co, Cameron,
Barkley k Co, W W Smith, Williams, T k Co, Chlaolm
Bros, F O Mey, Leo k 8pencer, J Cosgrove, Q E Pritch
ett, J Fraser St Co, Sophy Jones, E Lafltte, Pratt k Wil
son Bros, W Roach, Willis k Cbisolm, W O Dnkes & Co,
Styles k Oarter, W P Dowling, B O'Neill, J D White, D
A Amme, W 0 Courtney, G H Hoppock, Mrs Qate'vood,
Win Marscher, O S Hacker, James Wiley, B H Barden,
D D Utsoy, E H Rodgers k Co, Z Davie, Marshal), Beach
k Co, L F Eoestcr, H L Jeffers k Co
Por steamship Quaker City, for New York-H L
Herwig, W Gilmore Simias, C A Clark, H P Loomis, J
R McLaughlin, Asa Oh lid, Qen J F Ruallog, J R Loath
erbee, J R Ennis, 0 W Henry, R J Clark. Ueorgo Krleto.
Miss Kate Ahrens, R J Forsyth, T M Horsey, lady aud
6 children, L P Hubbard, A J Gonzales, J H Screven, B
Koopman.S Hoffman, D Ottolengui, 0 H West, Jr, ti S
Douglass, A (J Douglass, Miss M E Douglass, J F Oraves
and lady, G H Orton and lady, W Bcungos and lady, O
Binyor, Misa E Bigyer, W J Randolph, L H Ooxotter
and lady, T Lawrence, E H Stolliug, J Mulchlay, J Sulx
backer, E S Daniels, J A Kiinbn.ll. Mrs Brown and son,
Miss Doyle, Miss S Brown, Miss Ellon Lee, Miss Louise
Fisher, Miss M McWceo, Phillp Gerlsch and lady, P
Brady, P Moran and 2 children, Bon G A Trenholm, L
A R Roab, G R Cathcart and lady, Mrs Ann Ross, Miss
Ross, Mrs Bennett, Mrs Alfred Bakor and daughter, J F
Botitherland and lady, Mrs Col Rains and child, Miss M
A King, Miss G S King, Mrs Tams, Mrs B M Seixas and
child, Mrs J M Osborn, Mrs E Toomer, John Oray, Capt
Vanness, lady and child.
Per Bteamshlp Monoka, from New York-Miss J Tea
key, L Cavanougb, Lieut O B Lyons, Jos Perkins, Lieut
A P Carochee, F Backus, B Feldman and lady, Miss- Bow
ers and child, John H Ostendorff, W Robinson, and 10
HUB or Tas at ?joh
Last Q. 6th, lh. 63m. mornjFlrat y. 19th, 6h. 26m. even
New M. 12th, lix. 47m. even| gull M. U7?.h,10h. 16m. even
3..62 | 6..28
POUT OF CII AHL_ 8TOM.
Arrived Saturday. [JUNK 9
Steamship E C Knight, Larmour, Baltimore, loft -
lust. Mdzo. To Willis ?ft Cbisolm, J Campsou <fc Co,
H F Bakor k Oo, W Roach, H Klatte ?fe Oo, Tannlunson,
O D Frank, H Uerdts k Co, H T Poako, Clifford k Mat
thowes, H Cobla k Oo, O Sahlman, T Stenhouso k Co,
W H Obafoe, Hunt Bro, J H Gravor, Pratt k Wilson
B-os, Street Bros k Co, S 0 R B Co, G W Aluaar, Na
tional Expross Co, Wurhmann k Lilllontha!, J B B
Sloan, JOH Olaussen, J Heins, D H Sllcox, W G Whll
den k Co, T Stenhouso k Co, Thuraton k Holmes, J F
Fiokon, Wardlaw k Carew, Lauroy ?fe Alexander, Cbis
olm Bros, Kllnck. Wickonborg k Co.
Bohr Louisa, Sam Ancrum, Cooper Blvor. Roalu aud
Tarpentine. To Cart, Kopff k Jervey.
Arrived Yo?tnnlay. fJUNE 10
Steamship Moneks, Marshman, New York-loft Thurs
day, P M. Mdzo. To A Gotty k Co. Willis k Chlaolm,
D A Amme. Adams, Frost k Co, O N Aver HI k Son, Ad
snis, Damon k Co, Austin ?k Alboe, A H Abrahams k
Son, J B Bett?, E Bates k Co, W M Bird k Co, H Bis
choff k Oo, W T Burge k Co, O D Brahe k Co, G 8 Bow
er, Mrs O H Bernard; T M Bristol), Blssell Bro, D Bul
winkle. JO Burck_eyor,F Backus, Cameron, Barkley
k Co, W H Ohafee, T _ Cater, W B Clark * Co, J A Con
if, L Cohen, Ohbwlxn Bros, G Connor, S G Courtenay, F
Chrlstnian, F F chapeau, P A Chozal. J CommltiH, G 8
Cook, H Cotila A Co, Clark A Grutier, E J Hawson ft Co,
W Dowoos, J Dawson, E Daly, L Drucker, W II Knster
by. A W Eckol & Co, B Feldtutiu, J F Fickeii. S Fi iborg.
Cabin k Co, Frnner At Dill, J II Orsvor, Gibbes & Co, O
Goldstein, W Gurney, U Gerrits & Co, Oroeser A: Smith.
Gonzalos, Woodward A Co, Hunt Bros. N A Hunt, J H
Jiingblutb, J Htukamp St Co, A Illlng, King te Ca^sid-y,
H W Erlote, H Ulatto A Co, T Belly, F ?rense], W Kins
man, Kliuck, Wickoiiborg A Co, A Lunger, L Loronlz, O
Lltschgi, Leugnick & Sell, Lauroy It Alexander, D Lo
pez, J U & D Muller. Muller At Nirnitz. It B McDowell At
Co, W MoComb At Co, O H Molse At Co, F Murphy, L F
Moyor, J B Morolli, J It MoElhoco, 8 It Marnbail, Man
toiio St Co, F O Mey, J A Nouffor, Nathan A: Ottolengui,
B O'Neill, C A Ostcndorff. D O'Neill ?i Son L Orcult, J
O OJomann, li TFtako, W F Paddon, C FPaukuin, J
Pattsnl At Co, Piorson At Co, W Uoach, W P BUBBOII .V
Co, J B Bead At Co, W Bobinson, W Babeneteln, J N
Robson, E H Rodgers At Co, R Tomlinson, Stoll, Webb
At Co, Strauss, Vanees At Co, G W Bioff nu At Co, Slreot
Bros At Co, J B E Sloan, J Small At Co, J C Schalls, N G
Trott, C Stockley, T Tupper ft Bon, Tobias' HOI.H, J B
Vollore, O Ticdemann, 0 \olgt, F Wevhmann k Co, G
H Walter At Bon, Weyhmaun At Lillfonthal, White A:
Paine, J Walker, W G Whlldcn At Co, Wageuor, lioath Ac
Monsocs, E J WlBB A Co, Werner At Duckor, G W Wil
liams Si Co, Wsrdlsw At Carew, Y Yglcslas, N E Railroad
Agent, 8 O B B Agent, Houthorn Express Co, Adams Ex
press Co, National Express Co, and othors.
Whip Amoila, Conner, Liverpool-sailed April 6. Coal
and Mdzo. To J T Wolsmon, Ohisolm Bros, J K Adger
At Co, J T Wilson, W B Stanley, and Order. Tho Amoila
ex oriencod heavy galos from tho W, SSWond SW, from
tho 6th April to the 2d May.
Bark E Wright, Jr, Lannigan, Now York, 19 days.
Hay. To W P Hall, and Order.
Sehr Daniel Holmes, Baywood, Washington, D 0, 12
days. Hay and Oats. To W Bosch, and tho ? S Q M.
Cleared Saturday. [Jon 9
BtcamBblp Quaker City, Wost, Now York-Bavonel A: Co.
Sehr A J Bentley, Williams, lialtlmore-Street Bros A
Behr Sophia R JamoBon, Jameson, Boston-Street Bros
Sehr Mary Augusta,-, Baltimore-Chlsolm Bros.
Went to Sea Saturday. [JUNE 9
Steamship Quaker City, Wost, New York.
Bark Frank Marion, Farrington, Bordeaux,
Went to Sea Yesterday. [JUNE 10
Steamship 5 O Knight, Larmour, Baltimore.
Sehr Union, Bishop, Boston.
Steamor Kate, Lockwood, Jacksonville, Pain ti a, via
From til to Port.
Bark Marathon, Drleko. Havana, May 29.
Br sehr Aid. Mccormick. Matanzas, May 25.
Sehr Arlington, Balley, New York, June 9.
8chr Flying Scud, Bpates, Philadelphia, Juno 6.
Btoamor Mayflower, Young, Wilmington, N O, June 9.
Vp for tilla Port.
Steamship Adele, Hall, at Baltimore to sall June 11.
Sobr Wide World. Hlldretfa, at New York, June 8.
Behr united, Anderson at Now York Juno 8, for this
port aud Georgetown, B O.
Sailed for tUls Port.
Span sehr Paca, Orto, from Havana, May 31.
A. S. HULL. Agent,
8. W. COBNER OHABLE8TON HOTEL,
WHEBE A FULL ASBOBTMENT OF OLOTH8, GAS
8IMEBES AND VESTINGS can be had, together
with a choice assortment of
Geatlemeii's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MUSLIN SHIBTS, made .to "order, in any
style that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give his special attention to the
AS usual. lyr June 7
HANAHAN & WARLEY,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bovce & Co.'s Wharf,
H. D. SANABAN.FELIX WABXEY.
HAVING ESTABLISHED A BBANCH OF OUB
HOUSE IN CHARLESTON, would respectfully
solicit the patronagn of our friends.
We continue our house in Columbia, where our Mr.
HANAHAN will attend to any business for our Charles
ton friends. lmo Jane 9
HUGER & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE ?b STATIONARY ENGINES JJ
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Ac,
No. 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN AGrBl?
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds :
BAW AND ROLLEB GINS, horse power, and GBIST
MILLt?, always on ham'..
Agento for A LtCH AMRAULT'8 8'L'MA.tf ENGIN' B, and
IN.tEnHOLL'" ?-?TEliiCOrTON ?~A ..
THE UNDBB8IGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once more for the manufacturo of
the best CQTTON GINS ever made in this country, sre
now prepared to receive or dara from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
The long established and well known r?putation of
ELLIOTTS COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a suffi
cient guarantee that tho article will give entire satisfac
tion. J, M. ELLIOTT h CO.,
May li Wlnnsboro, 8. O.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPASYl
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
II. it. PLANT,
Prosldont, Augusts, Ga,
HIT & RANDOLPH,
EALEB8 IN ALL KINDS OF PHOTOGRAPHIO
Materials, and orders from abroad promply filled.
Rooms No. 339 King Street,
OHAKIiBSTOW, S" C.
May 29 13
Gentlemen of Charleston ni Vicinity.
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO INFORM THEM
tbat tbey bare loaned tbe second floor of the build
ing on the OORNER OF MARKET AND KING 8TREETS
(known as the Adgor building), whore they have fitted
np, In every particular, a first-class BILLIARD HALL,
comprising Eleven Tables, from the manufactory ol'
Messrs. Kavanagh St Decker.
Those wishing to pass a pleasant evening in the enjoy?
ment of this game, oannot but holp to find this the cool?
est and best adapted room in the City.
A private SAMPLE ROOM is attached, stocked with
the finest Importations.
Gentlemen are invited to caU and inspect for them?
LO BING & TURNEE.
SPRING AND MM GOODS.
THE 8OBS0RIBEB, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of Informing
the public that he ia receiving a full assortment of
0LOTH8, OASSSIMEBE8. COATINGS AND VE8TTNG8
of the best foreign and dome s ti o manu ?ac ture, adapted
to Spring aud Summer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low flgureB, persons wishing anything in my lina
will find It to their advantage to give me a ct.ll, as I have
the moat "experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make thom up in the very best style at Edgerton St
Richards' old stand, No. M Broad-street
March 80_J. S. PHILLIPS.
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL l8 NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
throughout. The travelling public, transient visitors, or
others, will find in It all the luxuries of a F1R8T-0LA88
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with tho comforts Of
The location is one o I the most airy and pleasant for
snmmer. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this
healthful exercise is attached. No pains or expense
spared to give entire satisfaction.
May 12_F. OPDEBEEOK.
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, is now open for the
reception of the travelling pnbllo.
G. MCGINLEY, Proprietor.
May 23 2mo
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HAS BEEN RE-MO
DELED and newly re-furnlshed, and put in porfeot
The travelling pnbllo may rest assured they will find
comfortablo accommodations at this House.
May 23_lino_A. B. LUOFs Proprietor.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
Tho Subscribers having leased this favorite house, It
BEFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEQANT MANNER,
And is now prepared with the most perfect
appointments for the reception of guests.
Tbo first position among first-class Hotels will be
maintained in tho futnre, aa In the past.
May 31_3mos_BAKER > FARLEY.
WH. H. GILLILAND,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
N0. 33 HAYNE-STREET.
J. R. SLOAN,
Formerly of Laurens Distrlot, S. 0.,
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE RESIDENTS.***'
Charleston and vicinity that he has formed a el?
ness connection connection with
G. B. OHAMBERLIN,
COMMI88ION MERCHANT AND DEALER IN ORO?
OERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC.,
No. 153 BAST BAY,
And would most respeotfully solicit the patronage of
his manv friends and acquaintance.. _
Mnv 10 wfmlTpo
THOS. E. DALWIOK,
CABINET MAKER AND USDERTAKBR,
NO. 671 KING-STREET.
S PREPARED TO FURNISH FUNERAL8 WITH
- Coffins, of varions styles and qualities; Glass
Hearses and first-class Coaches.
REPAIRS FURNITURE, AND KEEPS ON HAND A
select supply of new and second-hand Furniture, mann,
factures Mattresses of moas, wool, and cotton.
N. B.-A11 calla attended psnonally, at any hour, day
ornight, UKO Itayl?