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Rice. --The Charleston Courier learns that the prospect for a full yield of rice, at this season of the year, was never better in that section of country, and that reports from every other section are equally flattering.
es, including 3,000 for speculation and export, closing steady. Breadstuffs.--The market closes dull, there being little inquiry, and prices weak Richardson's and other circulars quote flour very dull, and quotations almost nominal. Wheat has a declining tendency; red 11s. 3d. a12s. 6d. White 12s a14s; Corndull; mixed 30s. 6d. a30s. 9d; yellow 31s; white 32a34s. London, June 5. --Breadstuffs declining for all qualities. Sugar dull and declining Coffee steady. Tea unchanged. Rice steady. By Telegraph via Londonderry. Liverpool, June 6. --The sales of Cotton for the week have been 78,500 bales, including 16,500 false for speculation, and 12,000 for export. The market opened quiet and closed firm at full prices, there being a large speculative inquiry since the advices by the Great Eastern. Sales on Friday, 10,000 bales, including 2,000 bales for speculation and export. The market closed firm at the following quotations: New Orleans Fair 8ΒΌ Middling