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Northern Markets. New York, Dec. 26. --Stocks dull and lower, closing steady — N. Y. Centrals $74 ; Va 6's $73; Mo. 6's $69; U. S 5's of 1874 $95. Cotton firm at 10 @11. Flour firm — Southern $5@5.10. Wheat firm — Red $1.23@1.25. Corn firm — Mixed 68@70. Pork firm and active. Mess $15.37@16; Prime $10.25 @12. Lard 10 3/2@10 ½. Whiskey 18 ½. Molasses quiet and unchanged, Turpentine dull at 33@35. Other articles un
sold their share of the spoils at 30,000 francs. The Canada passed the Africa and Arabia going up the Channel on the 16th. The Canada brings $450,000 in specie. The Earl of Aberdeen is dead. The bombardment of Gaeta had been recommence. Advices from China say the Tartar army still kept the field. The bullion in the Bank of France had decreased 2,600,000 francs during the month. The treaty between the Allies and the Chinese was ratified on the 5th November, and the Allies evacuated Pekin. Commercial. Liverpool.Dec. 15. --Cotton — Estimated sales Saturday of 45,000 bales. Market firm. Provisions dull. Flour buoyant. Wheat steady. Corn quiet. Some circulars say flour has declined 6d, since Tuesday. Sugar dull Coffee steady.--Rice slightly lower. Rosin — holders are pressing the stock on the market at 3@51 lower. Turpentine dull at 37 ½s. Consols 92 ¼. ex.div. The bullion in the Bank of England has decreased £218,