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the cotton interest, and common qualities were advancing. The import market was dull, and freights less firm. Commercial intelligence. Liverpool, May 20--The sales of cotton for two days, including Monday, have been 14,000 bales. of which speculators and exporters look 9,000. The market closed steady with more tone. Breadstuffs.--Richardson, Spence & Co., and Wakefield, Nash & Co. report wheat quiet but steady; red 12s a12s. 10d,; white Western 12s a 13s. 6d.; white Baltimore 13s 9d a14s. 6d Flour quiet but steady; Ohio 29s.a31s. Corn dull; mixed 34s, a34s 3d.; white 35s. Provisions.--Beef firm. Pork firm; no stock of American. Sambro 82s.a87s 6d. Lard heavy at 52s a66s. for common to prime. Produce.--Spirits turpentine steady at 50s. Resin steady; common 6s. 6d.a6s. 9d. Coffee quiet. Rice steady. Ashes quiet at 38s. for both pots and pearis. Sugar quiet. London Markets.--Coffee firm. Sugar dull and slightly lower. Spirits turpentine firm at 50s.
New York Markets, June 4. --Cotton is dull. Flour is heavy; sales of 18,000 barrels: State $4 $5 @$4 95; Ohio $5 30@$5 50; Southern $5 c@ 25 Wheat is heavy; sales of 186,000 bushels at a decline of 1@2 cents for common: Chicago Spring 97@$1 10; Milwaukee Club $1 @ $1 15; white Western $1 35 @$1 65; Kentucky $1 70 @ $1 80. Corn is steady; sales of 149,000 bushels; in erior new mixed 40@43 cents, good to prime 44@46 cents Pork is heavy; Prime $12.25 Lard is steady at 9@91 cts. Whiskey is steady at 16½ cents bugar is dull; Porto Rico 5½@5½ cts.; Muscovado 4½½@4½ cts. Spirits Turpentine dull at 70@70½ cts. Rosin is steady Rice is steady.--Freights are