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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
do, in bbls., 32 @ 37½ cts., in hhds., 25 @ 30; English Island, 37½ cts.; Ochenhousen's, 28. Offal.--Bran 15 cts.; Shorts 20; Brown Stuff 30, and Ship Stud 65 per bus. Onions.--Red $2 per bbl. of near three bushels; Silver-skin $2½. Oats.--We quote 40 cents per bushel. Potatoes.--We quote Northern 60 @ 65 cents per bushel. Peas.--None in market. Plaster.--Lump — We quote $4 to 4¼ per ton. Claiborne's Richmond Ground $8.50 per ton packed; Sharpe's do. packed $8.50; loose 7.50. Rice--5 @ 5½c. Rosin.--$1.70 @ 1.75 per bbl. Rye.--We quote 75 @ 80 cents per bushel. Sugars.--New Orleans Sugar, none in market. Cuba 7½ @ 8½c.; Porto Rico 8 @ 9¼c.; Loaf 11¼ @ 11; Crushed and Powdered 10¾ @ 11; Coffee Sugar: A 10¼c.; B 10; Extra C 9 7/8 Salt.--Last sales from wharf $1.65; from store $1.75 per sack. Saltpetre--9 @ 10 per lb. Seneca Root--35 @ 37½c. shot--7 @ 7¾ cash, and time as to quantity, for drop and buck. Starch — Corn 6 @ 6½c; Pearl 7 @ 8½c.