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gold are measured. The bills of our own banks are what is termed currency, and every thing else bearing the name of money is worth more or less. New York. Nov. 24.--Flour is firm — sales of 10,000 barrels--State $4. 75@4.95; Ohio $5.30@5.40; Southern $5.20@5.55. Wheat is firm — sales of 15,000 bushels Chicago Spring at $1 n $1 25 Corn is firm — sales of 15,000 bushels — yellow Southern 67c Lard is dull. Pork is firm — mess $16 75@17. Whiskey is dull at 19 ½@20 Philadelphia. Nov. 24.--Flour is quiet at $5@ 25. Wheat is steady at $1 15@1 27 for red. Corn has a declining tendency — prime old yellow 55--Whiskey is selling at 20 Mobile, No Nov. 24.--Sales yesterday of 3 500 bales cotton at 10 cts. Sales for the week, 23,500 bales; receipts 26 000 against 25,500 same period last year. Exports 14,000 bales. Steck 139,000 Dales. Freights to Liverpool 17.82@9.16; to Havre 1@3 16 Sterling Exchange 95@98; on New York ½@1 per cent. prem. Charleston, Nov. 23.--Sa
Trade and Finance at Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Nov. 24.--The produce market stagnant. Hogs are dull, with but few buyers at prices over $5,75. Exchange on New York is unsettled. The bankers supply their customers sparingly 1 percent. prem. Money is very tight, at the demand is limited.
Boston Finances. Boston, Nov. 24. --The Bank officers' action day is considered favorable. They have decided that the balance at the Clearing house may be paid partly in bills, instead of holly in specie. This enables the Banks to account freely, and meets with general approval.
The restriction on the Georgia Banks. Milledgeville, Nov. 24. --The bill removal the restriction on the Banks of Georgia passed the Senate yesterday, by a vote of 92 ayes to 15 nays.