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meet the danger without stocks on hand. New York, Nov. 3 --Flour heavy. 7,000 barrels sold: State $5.30@5.40; Ohio $5.75@5.80; Southern $5.70@5.75. Wheat has declined 1@2 cnts. 30,000 bushel is sold; Milwaukee Club $1.26@1.28; Red Western $1.35@1.36. Corn dull, 14,500 bushels sold; Mixed. 71 for prime in store. Provisions dull.--Whiskey dull at 21 ¼. Receipts — Flour 10,780 bbls; Wheat 221,000 bushels; Corn 24,000 bushels. Evening.--Stocks firmer — New York Centrals 82 ¼; Virginia's 88; Missouri's 76 ¾. Baltimore. Nov. 3 --Flour firmer — Howard street $5.62; Ohio $5.50@5.62; City Mills $5.50.--Wheat dull — red $1.25@1.3Wheat dull — red $1.25@1.35; white $1.35@1.60--Corn steady-yellow 64@68 cents; white 70@73 ts. Provisions quiet and steady — Mess Pork $19.50@ $19.75; prime $14.50@14.75; Bacon Sides 11 5/8@14 ¾. Coffee firm at 14¼@ 15 Whiskey dull at 21 Mobile, Nov. 2 --Cotton — sales to-day of 2,000 bales at 11 for middlings. Sales of the week 1
The Royal Meeting was progressing at Warsaw. The Duke of Richmond was dead. The Gazette de Lyons had been suppressed for incessant appeals for agitation. It was reported that Garibaldi would be offered a rank of Prince and General after annexation was effected. The Sardians had beaten a corps of the Neapolitans, taken 800 prisoners, and captured a portion of artillery. It was reported that Garibaldi's ships had been captured by Spanish and Austrian ships. It was said that Austria had given positive assurance that she will not draw sword unless Rome is attacked. The Galway company had ordered two new steamers. Commercial. Cotton — Sales for Monday amounted to 10,000 bales, and the market closed firm and quiet. Tuesday's market was unchanged. Flour firm and 6d. higher. Wheat active at full prices. Corn active at higher. Provisions dull. Sugar steady. Rice firm. Coffee steady. Rosin steady. Money unchanged. Consols 92 ¼ or 9
the First Dragoons, has officially received the appointment of Commandant of the Military Department of California, in the place of Gen. Clarke, deceased. A bill pending in the Oregon Legislature, to nullify the late Senatorial election, had passed, and a Breckinridge Democrat had been chosen. There was a rumor of another emigrant train having been massacred by the Shoshone Indians. A great many emigrants were killed, including women and children, and many others captured. Commercial. There is no news of much interest to forward by this express. The market is quiet with few changes of consequence. Domestic liquors are a good deal lower. Whiskey 42½c, and pure spirits 40c Alcohol 70c: but other goods remain much as last quoted, with limited transactions. The weather is raining, and the wet season may be considered opened. Wheat continues to come in very largely $150 is the top of the market for the best shipping qualities, with a tendency in buyers' factor.