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cents. Brownstuffs, 40 cents; shipstuffs, 70 cents. Oil — Tenners', $1.12a1.50; machine, $1.50a$2 per gallon. Oats — We quote 80 cents per bushel. Rye--$1. $2.00 per bushel. Seed — Clover Seed, $12a$14--latter by retail; Timothy, $5 ½a$6½ Soda — Best English, 40 cents per lb. Sugars — Brown, 24a26 cents per lb., fee, 27a28 cents. All qualities firm. Salt — Some sales of North Carolina Salt at $11 per sack of 100 lbs. Tallow — 15a16 cents per lb. Wheat — Red $1.10a1.20; white $1.15a1.25, and dull. Few buyers at these prices. Wool — Market firm, and arrivals light 90 a 95 cents per pound. Money matters. Specie.--We quote gold at 90 to 100 per cent. premium; silver at 70 to 75 per cent. premium. Bank Notes — Nearly all Southern Bank notes are taken on deposit by our Banks.--We note the following as rejected for the want of arrangement to make them current at Bank: Georgia.--City Bank, Augusta; Mechanics
Wheat's battalion. --This famous body of soldiers, now with Jackson in Maryland, was represented in the battles of Saturday and Sunday by two gallant volunteers, Capt. R. A. Harris and Lieut. Foley, who were here on the sick list. Captain Harris, of company A, Wheat's battalion, rallied some of our brave troops to the charge, dashing fearlessly into the enemy's entrenchments and putting them to flight in quick time. This sort of conducts is in striking contrast to the about- town policy of some others on furlough during the hour of danger. Wheat's battalion was at Manassas, where its Major was dangerously wounded, and performed prodigies of valor on that memorable occasion. Major Wheat, a Virginian, formerly General in the Mexit memorable occasion. Major Wheat, a Virginian, formerly General in the Mexican army, and with Garibaldi in Naples, has, singularly enough, never been promoted, though others of far less military skill and renown have been visited by many honors.