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case the Convention re-assembled in the evening, and to prevent the destruction of the property of the numerous occupants in the basement and other portions of the building, he was induced to close the hall. The Mayor has decided that the hall shall not be re-opened to-day. There was a large crowd about the Temple this forenoon, and the streets had to be kept open for vehicles by the police. The riotous demonstration, however, is now entirely at an end. Boston, Jan. 25. --The Anti-Slavery Society are holding a session at the Society's rooms, Washington street, to-day. The police are protecting them from outsiders. The meeting adopted a series of resolves that the Society has proposed nothing, and done nothing, but in strict accordance with love to God and all mankind; that their constitutional rights have been trampled upon by the mob and the Mayor of Boston; that the entire responsibility rested upon the Mayor; and appealing with confidence fr
Adjournment of the Anti-slavery Society Refusal of the Massachusetts Legislature to Loan the Society the use of Representative Hall. &c. Boston,Jan. 25. --The Anti-Slavery Society re-elected the old Board of Officers this afternoon, referring Jackson's declination of President to a committee. Edmund Quincy explained the proceedings of last night, exonerating the Trustees of Tremont Temple from blame. He pronounced Mayor Wightman of no consequence, remarking that it was doubtful if there was any Mayor of Boston. Some conversation followed, when the Convention adjourned sine die. In the afternoon, and order was introduced in the House to grant the use of Representative Hall for a public meeting of the Anti-Slavery Society this evening. After a warm debate, the order was refused passage, by yeas 69, nays 136. The House was densely crowded during the debate. A bill was also introduced in the House giving the Governor power, on the application of twelve citi
les of 53,000 bushels. Red Western $1.34; white $1.45 @1.60. Corn is buoyant — sales of 64,000 bushels. Mixed 67@68; white Southern 73--Pork is steady, Lard dull at 10¼@10½c. Whiskey is firm at 18 Sugar is steady — Orleans 5¼@6½c.; Muscovado 5@5¼c. Coffee steady at 11½@12½c. Molasses quiet at 36@37 Spirits of Turpentine firm. Rosin firm at $1.27½. Rice steady. Financial.--Stocks are dull and heavy — Chicago and Rock Island, 57¼ Illinois Central Shares, 79. New York Centrals, 79¼ Reading, 46⅔ Va. 68, 76; Mo. 6's, 68½ Treasury, 12's. 102⅜. Sales in New York, Jan. 25, $2,000 Va 6's at 76½ $3,000 do. at 76. On the 26th inst., of $1,000 do. at 76. Baltimore,Jan. 26. --Flour market dull and heavy — Howard street and Ohio $5.50; City Mills $5.25, with no sales. Wheat is dull — red $1.25@1.30; white $1.10@1.60. Corn is dull and heavy — yellow 60@62; white 67@68 Pork is active — mess $18.25. Lard steady at 10¾. Coffee steady at 11
Baltimore cattle market. Baltimore., Jan. 25. --The offerings at the State scales yesterday were 1,200 head, of which 350 were driven to Philadelphia and New York, 100 were left over unsold, and the balance (750 head) were taken up by Baltimore butchers and packers, at prices ranging from $2.75 to $4.25, and averaging $3.25 per 100 lbs., being 12½ cents per 160 lbs. decline on last Thursday's rate. There were very few of the cattle that brought outside rates.--There was a fair supply of live hogs offered, and sales were made of fair to prime lots at $7.25@ $7.75 per 100 lbs. Sheep were plentiful, and prices were steady; sales were made at $4 to $5 gross.