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, says: The difficulty in the money market remains the same, and it is almost impossible to negotiate mercantile securities outside of the Bank at any rate whatever. We do not believe that any considerable amount of business paper could be forced off at the note brokers on any terms that would be reckoned as within discount limits. Still there is less excitement among borrowers, and the market has more the appearance of stagnation than of unusual stringency. Sales in N. York. Dec. 11th, of $4,000 Va 6's at 74½ $4,000 do at 74; $1,000 N. C. 6's at 80; $1,000 Tenn. 6's at 67. and $5,000 do. at 57½. Northern Markets--[by Telegraph] New York, Dec. 12. --Cotton higher — Uplands 10@10¼. Flour higher and unsettled — Southern $4.75@5. Wheat — holders demand an advance of 3 @5, thus checking export inquiry — Red $1.25@1.30. Corn — mixed 60 @62. Pork quiet and unsettled — mess $16.50@17.50; prime $10.62. Lard heavy at 9¼. Whiskey firm at 18½@19. Sugar un
Murderers sentenced. Boston, Dec, 11. --Bryant Moore, convicted of killing his wife, and James Hurley, convicted of killing Policeman Loughrey, were to-day sentenced to the State Prison for life.