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Later from Europe.arrival of the Bohemian. Farther Point, Nov. 1. --The Bohemian, from Londonderry on the 19th ult., has arrived. The Times' Paris correspondent says the departure of the Pope's Nuncio from Rome is considered the forerunner of the Pope's leaving the city. The same authority says that seldom has the spirit of hostility been so general in the Church against France, and never has it been so boldly displayed,its pastoral circulars and allocations all but imploring Divine vengeance on the invaders of the Papal States and the Emperor of the French. There is no other important news.
The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1860., [Electronic resource], A thriving
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Still Later from Europe.arrival of the Europa.departure of the Russian Embassy from Turin. Cape Race, Nov. 1. --The Europa, from Queenstown on the 20th, has arrived. The Persia arrived out on the 20th. The departure of the Russian Embassy from Turin had been officially announced.
The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1860., [Electronic resource], Murder by
New York markets. New York. Nov. 1. P. M. --Cotton firm. Flour firm and 5 cents higher — Southern $5 70 @ 5.95 -- Wheat 2@3 cents higher. Corn quiet — mixed 68@ 70@. Pork firm-mess $19@ 19.12; prime $14,25@ Whiskey 21 ½ @ 21 ½c. Sugars steady at 6 @ 7 c. Coffee firm at 14 ½c. Spirits turpentine heavy at $1.37 @ 1.41. Rosin dull at $1.40 @ 1.42¼@ 1.45. Rice steady at 4¼
Commercial. Richmond markets,November 1. Apples.-- Northern $firstname.lastname@example.org; Virginia $1 to $2 per bbl. Bacon.--Sides 12¾ @ 12¼c.; Shoulders 10¼c.; plain Hams 12; Sugar-cured 13@13; Todd's Sugar cured Hams 15 Butter.--We quote good Butter at 20 to 25; inferior 8 to 10 Buckets, &c.--Painted Buckets $1.87½ @ $2 per dozen; three hoop Painted Parts $2.25 @ 2.50 per dozen; heavy Cedar Tubs, neat, $3.50 @ 5 per nest; heavy Cedar Feed Buckets $6.50 per dozen. Bags — Seamless Bags, 25; Manchester do., 19 @ 23; Gunny do., 12 @ 14 Beans.--White $1.37½ @ 1.50 per bushel. Beeswax.--32 to 33--active. brooms.--$2@3, according to quality. Coffee.--We quote Rio 14½ @ 15½c.; Laguayra, none in market; Java 16½ @ 17cts.; Mocha 18 cents. Market firm. Corn.--We quote 65 @ 70 cts. per bushel. Market quiet. Corn Meal--Country 85; city ground 85 @ 90 Candles.--Tallow 15 per lb.; Jackson's 15; Hull's 16 cts.; Adamantine 20 @ 23; Sperm 45; Patent Sperm 54 @ 56 Cement.--James
The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1860., [Electronic resource],
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Northern markets. --[By Telegraph.] Baltimore,Nov. 1. --Flour quiet and steady — Howard, and Ohio and City Mills $5.50. Wheat firm-- yellow 65 @ 68; white 70 @ 73 Provisions quiet--bacon sides 11 @ 11; mess pork $19.75.--Coffee firm and active. Whiskey dull at 21 New York, Oct. 1. --Flour firm — Southern $5.70 @ $5.95. Wheat 2 higher-- Western red $1.35 @ $1.38½. Corn buoyant — mixed 68½ @ 69. Pork dull. Lard dull at 12½ @ 13. Whiskey dull at 22. Stocks dull and easier — N. Y. Central's 82; Va. 6's 86¼; Mo. 6's 76½. Sales in N. Y., Oct. 31. of $3,000 Va. 6's at 85, and $5.000 Tenn.
The Daily Dispatch: November 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], Oil in
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Norfolk, Nov.1 Nov. 1.--Arr'd, schr. King William, Richmond. New York,Oct. 31.--Arrived, bark Virginian, of Richmond, 49 days from Rio. Philadelphia,Nov.1.--Cleared, schr. W. Kennedy, Norfolk. HavanaOct. 24--Arrived, brig S. P. Brown, Norfolk. [By Telegraph.] Hampton Roads,Nov. 2--Arrived, ship Geo. Peabody, from Callao, via Valparaiso. Norfolk, Nov.1 Nov. 1.--Arr'd, schr. King William, Richmond. New York,Oct. 31.--Arrived, bark Virginian, of Richmond, 49 days from Rio. Philadelphia,Nov.1.--Cleared, schr. W. Kennedy, Norfolk. HavanaOct. 24--Arrived, brig S. P. Brown, Norfolk. [By Telegraph.] Hampton Roads,Nov. 2--Arrived, ship Geo. Peabody, from Callao, via Valparaiso.
Steamboat Disasters on Lake superior. Buffalo, Nov. 1 --The steamer Illinois struck going into Eagle Harbor, Lake Superior; got inside with three feet water in the hold. The steamer Sea Bird broke her cylinder at Copper Harbor.
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The Daily Dispatch: November 26, 1860., [Electronic resource],
Murder in the(search) West.
Murder in the West. --A letter from Fort Buchanan, New Mexico, dated the 5th inst., says that Jack Powers, a notorious character, who formerly belonged to Col. Stevenson's New York regiment, was murdered on the night of Oct. 26, near the Calabacas ranch, about thirty miles from Fort Buchanan. The deceased was wealthy, and has relatives residing in New York. A stranger named Bailey, on his journey to the States, stopped over at Tucson for a few days, and while there, on Nov. 1, was coolly murdered by a desperado named Miller Bartlett. Another man, named W. F. Ward, of Dardanelle, Tell county, Arkansas, was shot by a Mexican lying in ambush, near Fort Buchanan, and was mortally wounded. The ball was fired evidently from one of Colt's revolvers; it passed entirely through the heart of its victim. Ward's condition was discovered in a few moments after the occurrence, and he was taken to the first hospital at the fort, where he lived for up wards of four hours in a perfectly calm