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lb. cotton Yarns--none. Candlewick, 50 cents per lb. Corn — Improved. We quote 85a90 cents per bushel. Corn Meal--$1a1.05 per bushel. Cheese — the limited lots of country Dairy 35 cents per lb. Dried Fruit--Peaches, unpealed, $3.00 to 3.50; Pealed, $5.00; Apples, $1.50 per bushel. Forage — Timothy, $1.75a$2; Clover, $1.60a$1.75; Sheaf Cats, $1.50a$1.75; Shucks, $1a$1.25 per cwt. Fertilizers — James river Manipulation guano, $60 per ton; Stock small and rapidly reducing. Mexican guano, $25; Sombrero, $35; Bone Ash, $40. Stocks exceedingly light. Feathers — quiet, at 37½ cents per lb. Flaxseed — Nominal; $1.50. Flour — we quote Superfine at $6.75a $7; Extra $7.25a$7.50; family $8a$8.50; all by the dray load. Hides — Green, 6 cents; salted, 9½ cents; dry, 12a15 cents. Iron--English refined and American, but a small supply, which is sold in limited quantities at 8 cents per lb.; Swedes, none in Market. Lard — 21a23 cents. Leather — up
Late Southern intelligence. From our Southern exchanges we gather the following: Another chance for a difficulty with Great Britain. The Rio Grande is a neutral stream, the boundary between Mexico and the Confederate States. This river, says the New Orleans Delta, has been blockaded by the United States navy, and is now closed to the commerce of the world. The ships of foreign nations, bound for Matamoras and other Mexican ports, are forbidden entrance into the river. The first vessel which was ordered off happened to be an English ship with freight for an English house at Matamoras. No better illustration could be given of the forbearance or imbecility of the British Government in relation to this blockade than would be their acquiescence in such an exclusion of their merchant vessels from the port of a nation not engaged in this war. C. B. Treasury notes in East Tennessee. We hear numerous complaints from persons in different parts of East Tennessee in reg