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Letter from Havre-- Havre, Nov. 2, P. M. --The cotton market has a healthy appearance, the demand being of an animated character, and prices very full. The bales to day have been 2,400 bales, closing firm at 92f, for Orleans bus, and 99f, for do., tres ordinatre. The total stock on hand is estimated at 122,116 bales, including 113,733 American. In flour the business is moderate, and quotations are quite nominal; wheat, however, is held for extreme prices. Rice maintains the dull feeling last advised. The weather is quite cold to day, with indications of frost. The New York Journal of Commerce of Saturday afternoon says of the money market. The market opens to day without improvement, the pressure, especially among the produce dealers, being sharper than heretofore, owing to the difficulty in negotiating foreign exchange. The shippers are willing to purchase grain and flour at prices which would be acceptable to the produce commission merchants, but they ca