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Sad death. --Hon. Ed. Y. Hill, of Georgia, who was prostrated by paralysis while speaking in Troupe county, Ga., on the 18th instant, died on the 19th. The La Grange Reporter says: His speech was commenced in a fervent and eloquent strain, and after proceeding, perhaps, for half an hour, he began to fail, and in a short while became unable to enunciate more than short sentences connectedly. In this condition he sat down, and the audience dispersed while he seemed oblivious as to what was passing. He was assisted from the Judges' stand, and went over to a store and lay down, soon after which he was removed to the residence of Mayor Bacon, where he lingered until half past 9 o'clock on Tuesday night.
There is nothing doing save occasional sales to the trade for home consumption, at former rates, viz: Superfine $6.50@6.75; Extra $7@7.25; Family $7.50@7.75@$8, according to quality. Wheat.--We continue quotations, viz: Good to prime Red $1.20@1.25; do. White $1.30@1.35.--These are the cash prices. On time more is paid. Corn.--Market dull. We quote 65@67 ½, the latter being the highest now paid. Hay.--$1.15 per cwt. Oats.--We quote 35@40 Rye.--75@80 per bushel. Bacon — Has been affected by the difference in Exchange, and we quote Sides 13c; Shoulders 10 ½c.; plain Hams 12; Sugar-cured 13@13 ½c.; Todd's Sugar cured 15 Coffee.--We quote Rio 14 ½@15 ½c.; Laguayra, none in market; Java 16 ½@17 cts.; Mocha 18 cents. Market firm. Sugars.--New Orleans Sugar, none in market. Cuba 7 ½@8 ½c: Porto Rico 8@9 ¼c.; Loaf 11@11 ¼c.; Crushed and Powdered 10 ¾c.; Coffee Sugar: A 10: B 9 ¾c.; Extra C 9 ½c. Molasses.--New Orleans 50@55 cts.: Cuba Mus
as passed date. Her general news is unimportant. The Bank of England had again advanced in rates to 5 per cent. The Bank of France had advanced to 4 ½ per cent. The settlement of the Chinese question had been delayed for want of money. The allied army was marching on Pekin, followed by Lord Elgin. The army reached Yang-tain on the 10th of September. Official dispatches, however, to the British Government, state that peace had been concluded. The Prince of Wales' fleet had not reached England. Commercial. Liverpool. Nov. 10. --Cotton — Sales Monday and Tuesday reached 12,000 bales, including 1,600 for speculation and export. Friday's quotations are rarely maintained, Flour dull and 61, lower. Wheat quiet, and lower qualities easier, but quotations unchanged. Corn slightly declined. Beef heavy, Pork quiet, Bacon steady. Lard firm at Tallow firm at 58 or 59s. Sugar and Coffee steady, Rice firm. Naval Stores dull. Console 93 ½ or 93