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Commercial.

Richmond Markets, November 29.

  • Apples.--Northern $2.50,@3.50; Virginia $1 to $2 per bbl; Va. Pippins $2.50 to $4.
  • Bacon.--Sides 13 cents; Shoulders 10 ½c.; plain Hams 12; Sugar-cured 13@13 ½c.; Todd's Sugar-cured Hams 15
  • Butter.--We quote good Butter at 20 to 25; inferior 8 to 10
  • Cement.--James River $1.70@1.80 bbl.; Northern Rosendale at $1.70@1.80.
  • Coal.--White and Red Ash Anthracite Coal, for grates, $6.50 per cart load of 25 bushels, ton of 2,240 lbs. $7; Foundry do. $7 ton of 2,240 lbs.; Bituminous Lump $5 per load of 25 bushels; Hail @4.50; Smiths' Coal 12@14 per bushel.
  • Coffee.--We quote Rio 14 ½@15 ½c.; Laguayra, none in market; Java 16½@17 cts.; Mocha 18 cents. Market firm.
  • Coke.--For city consumption $5 per cart load of 25 bushels, for soft lump; soft hail $4.50. Hard lump and hail $4.50.
  • Corn.--Dull, We quote 60@65 cts. per bushel.
  • Corn Meal--85 cts. per bushel.
  • Cotton.--8 ½ to 12 cents.
  • Cotton Yarns, &c.--Cotton Yarns 21@22 cts; Cotton Cordage 24 cts; Seine Twine 27 cts; Carpet Warp 22 cts; Wrapping Twine 22 cts.
  • Dried fruit.--No arrivals. We quote nominally $1@1.25 per bushel.
  • Feathers — In demand at 46 cts. Stock small; better supply.
  • Fertilizers.--We quote Peruvian $58; Ruffin's Phosphor Peruvian $50 per ton; Aa Mexican $25; Elide Island $48; Patagonian $25; Nombreto $30; Navassa, or Brown Columbian $30; Reese's Manipulated Guano, $50; Rhodes' Super Phosphate of Lime $46.50 ton; Robinson's Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; Hartman's (Richmond) Ammoniated Super Phosphate Lime $40 per ton; do. Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; do. Bone Dust $38 per ton.
  • Fish.--New Nova Scotia Herrings, gross, $2.75@$3 No. 1 Halifax Cut Herrings $3.25@$3.50 from store. No North Carolina in market.--Mackerel, large No. 3. new, $8.50; small do., $5.
  • Flaxseed--$1.20@1.40 per bushel.
  • Flour.--We still quote as last week; but there is so little doing that the rates may be considered nominal. To the trade, superfine $6.50@6.15; Extra 7 @7.25; Family $7.50@8.00. No sales to shippers.
  • Flour barrels--45 to 50 cts. for city made; Country have sold recently at from 20 to 30 cts.
  • Grass Seeds--We quote prime Clever Seed 6.25@6.50; nominal. Timothy 4@$4.25 per bushel.--Orchard Grass $2.
  • Gunpowder — Dupont's and Hazard's Sporting $5.75; Blasting $3.75; Eagle Canister $14.25; Fff Canister $8.25. In quantities of twenty kegs and upwards, 50 cents a keg less.
  • Hay.--We quote $1.15 per cwt
  • Hides — Salted 8½@9 cts.; Dry 11@13 cts; Calf skins, green, $1@1.12. South American, none.
  • Hoop Poles — Flour bbl. $7.50@9 per 1,000; hhds. poles, $15.
  • Iron and nails.--Pig Iron $28@34, as in quality and quantity; Swedes $400 per ton; English Refined $70; Tredegar $85; Common English $60; American country $95. Cut Nails 3 ¼ @3 ½c. per lb.
  • Lard.--Western Lard 13 cents in bbls.; kegs 13@13½c.
  • Lead.--We quote 5½@@6½cts. per lb for pig; bar 6 ½@7.
  • Leather.--We quote good stamp. middle weights 22@23 per lb.; over weights 20@21; light 21@21½c.; good damaged 15 ½@20; poor 14@17; upper leather $1.50@$4, as to size, weight and quality; Harness 35 @36; Skirting, in the rough, 25@28; finished 31@35 cts.
  • Lime.--80 to $1 from wharf, From store, we quote Northern $1.12 ½; Virginia 90 @$1.
  • Liquors--Brandy;Otard, Dupuy & Co., $3.25 @1 per gallon; A Seignette, $2 ½@4 ½; Sazerac $3 @7; Hennessey, $3 ½@7½; Peach, Scarce at $1 Virginia Apple, 60@86 cts.; do. old, lbc. @$1.0; Northern do., 50@56 cts.; imitation, 45@47 ½ cts.--Rom. New England, 40@45 for mixed; 5@5 for pare, Gin; Holland, $1.20@1.75.
  • Lumber.--Clear White Pine, $45; refused do. $29; merchantable, $20@25 per M. One inch yellow Pine Plans 10@12; three quarter do. 9@11, 1 ¼ do. $14@16, 1 ½ do. $13@14; 2do. $12.50@15. Flooding $10@20, face measure; Scantling $11 @13 for heart and sap; all heart $16@20, according to size. Garden Rails, heart and sap, 12 ½@13 each; all heart 18@25 Shingles $5@6 per M. Weather Boarding $13@16. Inch, Oak Plank $30@35. Buttonwood inch $25 @30 Inch Cherry $35; Popular $20@25 per M. Dressed Flooring, Southern, 28@30. Lains $2.25 to $2.37 per M for sawed. on the wharf.
  • Molasses.--New Orleans 50@50 cts., Cuba Muscovado, in octs., 32 @37 ½ cts., in hhds, 25@30; English Island, 37 ½ cts., Ochenhousens. 28.
  • Oats.--We quote 40 cents per bushel.
  • Offal.--Bran 15 cts.; Shorts 20; Brown Stuff 30, and Ship Stun 60 per bas.
  • Peaster.--Lamp — We quote $4 to 4 ¼ per ton, Claiborne's Richmond found $5.50 per ton packed; Sharpe's do. packed $8.50; loose 7.50.
  • Potatoes.--We quote Northern 60@65 cents per bushel.
  • Rice--5@5 ½c.
  • Rosin.--$1.70@1.75 per bbl.
  • Rye.--We quote 75@80 cents per bushel.
  • Salt.--Last sales from wharf $1.50; from store $1.75 per sack.
  • Sugars.--New Orleans Sugar, none in market. Cuba 7 @8 ½c; Porte Rico 8@9 ¼c., Loaf 11@11 ¼c.; Crushed and Powdered 10 ¾.; Coffee Sugar; A 10; B 9 ¼.; Extra C 9 c.
  • Tar.--$2@2.25 per bbl.
  • Teas.--Imperial and Gunpowder 55$@1.20.
  • Tobacco.--There is still no change in Tobacco, and quotations are little more than nominal. We quote inferior Lugsat $2.25@2.50, good and fine $3@3.50; inferior Leaf $5@7, good $8@9; fine manufacturing scarce, price $12.50@20; good and fine English $6.50@10.50, fancy cases $20@90.
  • Wheat.--The market is dull. The quotations are, good to prime red $1.20@1.25; good to prime white $1.30@1.35. These are now the time quotations.
  • Whiskey.--Richmond Rectified 20@21 cents; Stearns' Old Matted Rye $1.50; other qualities 75@$1.50 per gallon.
  • Wines.--Port, Burgundy $1@2.50 per gallon; Port Juice $2.50@4. Madeira, Sicily 45@$1.75; Old Madeira $2.50 @4. Sherry, Permartin, Dun and Gordon, Amontillado $2@6.
  • Wood — Wholesale; Oak $3.50@$3.75 per cord; Pine $2.75@$3. Retail; Oak $5; Pine $4.50.
  • Wool.--Tub Washed sold at 35@37; unwashed third less. Fleece as in quality.
Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, &c.

  • Beef.--The supply of Beef is very large. Sales at from $3 to $4 per cwt. gross. There are few sales at the extremes, however. The bulk of sales were at $3.50@$3.75.
  • Sheep.--Supply not very good. We quote sales, good to prime, at $4.50 to $5.50 per cwt. gross; fair to good, per head, sell at $2.60 to $5.
  • Hogs.--Sales of corn-fed at $8@$8.25 per cwt.; distillery-fed $7.25@$7.75.
Freights.

  • Foreign.--Nothing to add to our last week's notice.
Sales of stock in Richmond.
By John A. Lancaster & Son, No. 197 Main st. two doors above Farmers' Bank, for the week ending November 29, 1860.

  • Virginia 6 per cent. Registered Bonds, sales $86.
  • Richmond City Bonds, sales $87.
  • Petersburg City Bonds — no recent sales.
  • Lynchburg City Bonds — no recent sales.
  • Norfolk City Bonds — no recent sales.
  • Exchange Bank Stock — no recent sales.
  • Farmers' Bank Stock, sales $99.
  • Bank of Virginia Stock, sales $70.
  • Bank of the Commonwealth Stock, held at $95.
  • Richmond and Danville R. R. Bonds. guaranteed by State of Va. No recent sales.
  • Virginia Central R. R. Bonds, guaranteed by State of Va. No recent sales.
  • City of Petersburg Bonds, guaranteed by State of Va. No recent sales.
  • Old Dominion insurance Company Stock, last sales $28
  • Richmond Fire Association Stock, sales $38.
  • Virginia Fire and Marine insurance Stock, last sales $40
  • Merchants' Insurance Stock, last sales $75.
  • Virginia Life Insurance Company Stock, last sales $114
  • Insurance Company of State of Virginia, last sale on time $115.
  • Virginia Central R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds — no recent sales.
  • Virginia Central R. R. 2d Mortgage Bonds — no recent sales.
  • Virginia and Tennessee R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds, no recent sales.
  • Virginia and Tennessee R. R. 2nd Mortgage Bonds,--no recent sales.
  • Virginia and Tennessee R. R. 3rd Mortgage Bonds,--no recent sales.
  • Orange and Alexandria R. R. 6 per cent. Bonds — no recent sales.
  • Orange and Alexandria R. R. 8 per cent. Bonds — last sales $90.
  • Richmond and York River R. R. 8 per cent. Bonds, last sales $90.
  • Manassas Gap R. R. 6 per cent, Bonds, offered at $65.
  • South-Side R. R. Bonds, last sales $60.
  • uth-Side R. R. Bonds, guaranteed by Petersburg, last sales $88.
  • Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Stock, last sales $80
  • Virginia Central Railroad Stock, last sales $50.
  • Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Stock, last sales $64.
  • Richmond and Danville Railroad Stock, last sales $50.
  • James River and Kanawha Stock — no recent sales

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