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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 August 1853

MPTTHLY DISPATCH. IK COPKNHA„,v _TT, r Astatic Cholera, wwe by our Ru '"' "JL filP ., is uukiOff r*pii process wet*** dealing death on every fide, and in «w»e the consternation and dUnwy. I* march, on this occ«utot», hnx I*™ from Persia di . an d the last Accounts left it at Copenhag • .-henee cow* to u» the most melancholy report#. Aurasnv s« thirty thoumnd of Hie inhabitant. are stated tii have fied from the city. The frequent passengers in the street are the carpenter* people carrrmff home the coffins; o»nibu»es convey full load* of corpse? to the burying grounds. whtre hands art insufficient to dij the grave,, and . clerg} hp . r J betvrecn working and tune- ,^,' r ;. are to be heard rollicking m tav ral*: the r ejk' ug H|lli ,|rink, tor to mor"ch have applied, during the \ Hr™ »v< to &<■ -umVrof U,t>oo. for passport* last few d»y . thp Hor(S n*ny prince and his to on staving in Copenhagen, to C ° at 2 .«anencourvrement and an example...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 August 1853

the daily dispatch. HUfiil K. PLEASANTS, Editor. ,7\S- A. COWARDIN, Prohuktob. .. jutLY DISPATCH i« *erved to suWriber* , '' ,vn A OI'AIITER CKNTS PER WEEK, psvuble J» wfi kly. Pric#> fbr mailing. * yesr In ' ' Th'' ftmiv Dispatch is issued every K-d&v nn<i '"silfd to suhwriher* *t $1 per annum. "dry goods, CLOTHING. Ac. YMMKNSE REDUCTION IN PRICES. I "(j-tst sacrttice*in all Kinds of Spring and Sum- _. . rl i —Having rented ihe store lately occupied r. u f(l . Wads worth &. Turner, T.i Mam street, and w to reduce mv stock previous to moving to mv , A," store. 1 shall from thi«(ia\ otter the whole stock. - "lo stor-".** Main street, at such prices as will en,heir fale before I have to remove trom 59 to .5 "r 'have 1 large assortment of Silks, Shawls, Berj>Tissue*, lAwns, He Laiues, Aipjca, Linens Table / ,'( » r.if«*ol», Toilet Quote. Marseilles limit*, I • '-£« a-.d Shirtings Collar*, Chemise tt*. Edgings, in«ertin£S. Muslin ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH; COBbined- -—— — riTU MO ndTVA.: FRIDAY vnRNtNU. —: The Weekly Dispatch ■Vih i* now feody » ,lfl or ' For FrM«y, Aw*t Xth, < ■ Edito . « thU e«ce. 1" Local Afl.ir* ri»I», Selected n , A ( be Latent IntelllF<rrel*a «4 compiled from the *ence, c»rcfuily * n 3 u ~c r single copy, mo*t .uttaeutic -onrcc. 1 "« •» c «r $1 per *uoum in Black Rebellion in Tortola. We announced in a telegraphic despatch a few days since, that there had been a rebel lion among the black inhabitants of Tortola. This is one of the British West India Islands. It belongs to the virgin groupe. mlat. 18° 27', Jong. 640 34'. It is twelve miles in length, fcy three or four in width. It consists mainly ©f a range of hills rising to the height of 1600 feet, encircling a spacious basin or harbor on the Western side, where is located the town of Tortola. and there is the garrison and hospital for the troops, and there the Executive Government has its offices. There is but one smal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 August 1853

LATF-ST MAIL NEWS. " \h IK) UNI A NEWS. rt n THK northern light. t-, 0 Northern Light brought 520 passen 1 #3.154,053 in cold on freight, ber : J . :,'»rs:e amouut in tne hands of passen- -" j >'art:!em Light made the time through K.,n Francisco to New York in twenty- . ,> "nd three hours, th<» shortest time us'elo between the two place*. She con 4 ; Hi with the Cortes, which ship left San y-tiici*e<» August 1. " M MMARV or V FORTNIGHT S VKWS. V r> withe Alia California, Aug I.J The la--' fortnight has been marked by ■uiv <-vents of public interest in various u 'rt>< of tin ate. m some instances attended m'-h ooii"idorab!e excitement. * The scuattur difficulties in this city, which t on ,. titse threatened to result in serious and bloodv riots, have passed orer for the bring", and wo have reason to hope they will not be revived. Ju several of the agricultural districts the are still supreme. In m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 August 1853

THE DAILY JjjSPATCH. on the plains. THE Areu'soTllW r,th in ' t * nt WC fir "' *" the late tight among the Indians of the account of * arooul)t wc g » th rr that the num plains. F f otrW s Ottoes. &e., on one Mils •£htor nine hundred, and of Sioux and one thousand. aj . attArhed the Ottoo* ami lowa*, *ndb*ing St£*nd7ow^ sffWi-aagisa's and Cheyennes l *2* 1 *-io'ux and Cheyennes were til night. Ten of 'hj- j a , m mber more wero kinleft dead uponit he o! t hc combined deed and wounded. on ,| to field; one tachments. one U w warriors and several Ottoe was kiUed, UWJ aUo kmpd Wounded: women and eh o 4 Pottawatomie*, and 4 p,«eM' "several of the wounded have * h ° ut <iou\ and Cheyenne warriors found n^thc' field *ttlc " ere • cal P c,, > «'" 1 celebrated their victory 111 tlie usual conquero ,] u , second time tlie smaller "SV Missouri have been ristorious on the the last few year,; the first time wa, against the Camauches aud Cheyenne*.—St. Lou it Int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 August 1853

TIIE DAILY DISPATCH. " HIGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. ,TAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. TheDAII.Y DISPATCH is served to subacribT* «• «i* ASP A (JCARTER CENTS PER U TEK, payable to the Carrier week! v. Price for uniting, * yen in advance. Tlie \VcKKI.v Dispatch in issued every Fridav. and mailed to miWrihem at i?l per annum, dry GOODS. CLOTHENG, Ac. VEW _ T r AI.L OOUDS.—We liare rceived— frecch. German *nd English Merinos and l&shflßin and Printed, Colored and Black Persian Cloth*. V and American Print* and Mounuug Gin*himi. Per«iin Twill*, Scotch l'iaids, Plaid Alpaca* and De 8.-sea. J]iM:»on>e, Plain and Tlaid Poult De Sole; lilai s Pearls and Tans r f.n. 1' ;d. at.d Bmca-ie Nock msil Bonnet Ribands. H: .'ireidt-rrd Swiw Muslin*, and SvrUi Revereing and Flouncing 15i»rk and White English Trimming Crane. C>' '-red. Si'A Fringes, Blaak Trimming Laces, Gimp* and Braids. f'v jroiderrd Cambric SUrta, and G-4 Colored Brocadelles for Skirts. Imperial Uuili*, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 August 1853

! THE DAILY DISPATCH. combined. — ■ ==^TIT H M 0 S I>, VA.:"~" BATrRDAY MOfcMNti, AWit T ST 71. I** B -.., ! ~ The Southern Press. x We frequently observe in Southern papers loud complaints against the Northern and bitter denunciations of the course pu ened by Northern Journals. The Southern papers" say, and often will.just.ee, that the precs at the North is devoted excluMvetyo Norther, affairs, and that the interests of the South are forgotten altogether. e are constrained to admit the fact, but cannot blame i the Northern journals for the coarse which < they have thought proper to pursue. In fact. Northern papers have no option in the matter. They rely, like every body else, in a great degree, upon" thrir exchanges for news, and the Southern press, instead of giving Southern facts and Southern news, contents itself with publishing heavy columns of intelligence from the North, while the editors studiously ] -overlook the facts which occur under their •wn noses...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 August 1853

LATEST MAIL NEWS. " Zckt.'' in yesterday*# Washington He public. has little news; but he gives ns the following very good paragraph about Major Mordecai: AUjor Mordocsi. who return od a day or two »inee t'rom Mexico, whither ho went on the last expedition in search of the alleged (tardier mines, has not yet made hi* report, bnt will do =o verv ,«oon. Itefore going on this (intv. Major Mordeeai was in command of t'hV United States Arsenal near thi# eity, ; 0 h command he has not resumed. Miyor Mordoeai is spoken of by tho«e who know him best, as a "walking manual" relative to jiiiv and every tiling appertaining to the ordnance service" Ho is a man of science, thoroughly skill' >1 i» his profession, for which he seems to have a passionate attachment, and is a. gentleman ot strictest probity and great prudence. K*peci ally does he know how to lie, p his own counsel, and the Government well in selecting him for the (Jardiner commission. His own family even were not apprized o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. * * ATHENE. ■Ml , l ,il„n'ing"Tro'il ote 'ot o%r exchanges in- • V i (l < th«* Vxisfenoe of wotht r of Mi • l«ml of which we were before i*n< - SS- The ilwTtfli™ of it is a very refrediinii L „]] w ho delight in the classto aseoctationf £hieh the nam* of «» «M Metropolis " n K„f B «raken. We wish we had time to day to «> info a more detailed notice of this lebritT. hut w*e are compelled to l>e brief. \\' J 1 " net whether to admire mo- t it* h*pry , '*' , "'i ' or it* enviable po«*es-ion*. It has no ' , ' quiSA flea*, blue-devils, alligator* or mutar &.» h«t the whfdW* i C i Xt° f «n tenn. of £?ue£ «dogy. A«er fatten. must be «a sxTLi place."— fntrtUtftnttr. "Athens i» one of the tew villas ui North I.OUi,Una that ex eel creation for freurrts am luxuries cenerallv. We are blessed vfitb n healthy atmosnhere, cool and liuipid water that How* ui abundance over fparklin* sands trom tJie fountain heidsthat nevr d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 August 1853

THE L)A ILY DISPATCH. HIGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. JAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. Tht P \II.V DISPATCH is served to subscribers , IN ., X Ql-ARTrH CENTS PKR WiKK. payable to *t T Carrier weekl v. Price for mailing. via year in •A-v.ce" Tite Weekly DisMTC* i« issued every Friday f n.l mailed to subscriber* at Si per annum. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &a JJTMMV.R GOODS FOR GENTLEn «,*r v k. Blue, Brown and Gre.-n French r-'OTHS-'Blick and Kar.ev CASS!MERES; Black • OK KTK and CASnMKKKTTS; White and , "id Linen DRILLINGS; Silk and Marseilles Vk'xTISOS; Ga.ue, Mciino <"'d Silk UNDERtM'ETS: LWe Thread and Cotton do; Silk, Thread 1 .'(Won HALF HOSE; Gloves and Hdk'fs, in , , -t •rvlr: Silk and Cotton I'MBRF.LLAS; Cravats ~ SI MMKR STOCKS We have in store a large handsome assortment of Good* for Gentlemen's s, r W ear, parl)v enumerated above, which will i' >'d as low ail similar loods ran be bought nnyWARREN 4. PERKINS, is 1-11 Eagle Square. CK \SONAI>I,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 August 1853

THE DAIT.V DISPATCH. combing ——- —rm —— — Rfc U M 0 * i)Tv A s MONDAY MORNING, AtTGt'ST g», _ oiTthe first page of this day 's h pears a very extraordinary artid* contribution for this paper. « . lif „_ .iti power. an,l krf b " i» He tnittifiitifs* for i, i. —• '"vy , , n ,presentations preclude® iteffcl manner of it* nj l , .. . i # the oowibilitv of offence to individuals. cannot fail to make an impreSMOU. Railway Systems. We have just been reading the speech o Mr. Stephenson, the celebrated engineer, who iast week was complimented with a public dinner at Montreal, Canada. Mr. Stephenson is, probably, the oldest and most skilful of all who are engaged in railroad enterprises, and his views are entitled to the highest respect. He takes strong ground against rival routes and competition, and thinks that companies, •nee organised, and in operation, ought not to be interfered with by rival lines. He thinks that a good railroad system once adopted, not for private ends, bat for the goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 August 1853

latest mail news. ~ The Kevkr *m> Mortality in New Or--I| H, s \Ye yesterday received the Crescent of the 22d August, which gave a tabular statement of the mortality in New Orleans since the week ending May 2Ptli, distinguishbetween yellow fever and the total mor ialitv for that time. Wo make an abstract of it be! : {L>|t etiiin* Yellow fever. Totai. j ;« Jo "'n i:::::::::::::::::: 1* .« ip' 7 147 .. jx 9 IK7 r„; v j' 25 177 J a" .V» 138 .. " 504 OW <29 617 .. si 692 831 7 9>w UtSi .'•14.. 1238 1520 .. ...UW. 1.575 7247 The Crescent City, noticing the progress «f the < pidemic, says: 0,.r weekh report shows a fearfal mortality. Still • re is no decrease, but the yellow scourge grows m.! strengthens hy what it (•■(■a" on. for « while it v v '.ttil the poor, wretched and forsaken; but t i>w it attacks »:l classes. and prevg upon all with the now gintonotii appetite. Oiie-siateeuth of our realcent population have already...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 August 1853

THE DAILY DIE*I'A 1 C-H. Scom,n,.a, which will answer tolerably .1 <*rth(s region just at thi> time: ZILZ "" r,^ConmonM 4* V /„rbihU deniten* of tk* air , j>-i (*l*p) *11 the warmth the season {***** The RC"' lc moon ine f lir,% * (,Up) Faring* KylfiSfor .he (slap) with"™ An<l with deration (dap)njjr h ?"?L tvr< Behold yon star How constantly ««<"»* ft£> * Co (slag) tho arfor (slaf) u turn a. New terror paw. O^JE l &, r word again, Ah, geutle one. (dap) ***,') ides#the night, S«y <d«|>) yo ?. fierce my trnin, SX ( mS&!^ h,ri>l,lCy #re! The following old prophecy ha. been revived as applicabletotbotimee- or PReo tcTio»s. j«r tbe Bfflr »pu* CrMeent will a*s*il; But if il" 1 Cock ® ul * "J} 11 ®' The Bear shall cot prevail. Jn twice ten years art i n Let laiarn kuow and fear. The Cram ahall stand, the Crescent wane, Dissolve, and disappear. Fancy Balls.—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 August 1853

!) \ 1 I.N DISPATCH, " iTliTli U. PiEAgMXS) Kditor. ]K COWAKOIX, PROPRIETOR. «-• . nMLV DKSi'A'iX H is .erred to subscriber* 'J.s >' a i;vjntek cskts r;:R WKKK\ pays' It* to • wet V:v- Price tor l sailing, 51* veMin t' \ ■, \\ I .KI.Y It. is »..«!>wl every ' f BJ j Balled i<> n-ilmcribem nt ij-1 peranuum. 'DRY GOO DO, CLOTHING, &c. -rr N j mkTT(; (><> Us FOR GF.NTLK- \ k, I'lue, Brown and Gr« -i I' • r |i 1 r, ■ \ i fl KHB<"V CAS>IMKKK>; ! 1 1< '■ . l Vr «• •' C -\SfIMKISKTTi 5 ; Wh»t>- erd "'"i DRILLINGS: Silk wit» * . S(,- «:*>!?.. Meiina end Silk T. NDKRx j . Ti:rf»ci JMi.i Cfiiin Silk, 1 i'r. ad v ' i vi v HOSE; (Jiov.'f and HhV; , in ' v'," s ; -i.dOtt. -i I MBRKLLAS; Cra*r.:« " » WKR STOCKS Wo hme ui «»<>re a laii* : v . •r j .'s for Gentlemen'. ' .v„ ,■■ -r S ;rd « :;i ~ i 1S «iu'Uar »--ods f»n be bmuh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH (Tftt circulation of the Daily Dl»p*fK Mt"i» ♦oSWf rabl r that of all«he Daily paper, of Richmond combined- RICHMOND. TA TTTKSDAY MOfININU, Al'Ot?T3o. l£3 The remit tire bv which the Virginia Woolen Mills were destroyed, waa the hea. ▼ie#t blow this eitv has received tot many ▼ears. It swept away one of the most laudable, as well as one of the most important w nufacturing enterprises of Richmond It was , new one to u* and the more ..poftant for being new. ss it opened a new source tor the employment of labor and capital. and a new field for Southern progress- It™ gotten «p in the most spirited ami liberal manner, and was conducted with ability and tact. It gave additional strength to otir manufacturing power, and by its success added steadily to the public confidence in manufacturing enterprises. For these reasons, ita destruction is an event to be deplored bv us all. But there was another public advantage from this admirable manufactory, and that was that it had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 August 1853

IS test mail news, k. —The dwelling hone*? and , tordher with all the household and kitch- * • „fi,iti'n" i I\ A. Helikill, of Lebanon. White ' u - rift,-. Augusta county, were burned r * sv nicM. The fnmiljr made a very narrow .«»viiij not e»en their clothing. While the ■it was drawn front a bed at one emi, the ,!,! was on lire. Mr*. Heiskill and Miss Martha V . ' were both considerably burnt tlx,ugh no 1 ' ,fU v ly. Mr. Heiskiir* loss is upward* o' We learn those particulars l'rom the Staun j vin.'.'.cator. , ~ ,-,-«ter<l»y. morning: there had heen nothing - r.i the sliehtest clue to the murderer of Win. i ;«natt. °«Staunton. --■ erf :* a new tow boat on the Rappahannock. ■ • , •••.a. to '..e employed in towing vessel* be" . , t c t'li'vapoakc ami Fredericksburg. p tire openly committed in tile streets of v v \«> tti* Friday, a jvntietnan ttandinj at .: tr.nk on Wall street, had snatchj .y,... hand by a thief who escaped in the f - n',,. and in the same vicin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. = t'/hazy nth! faialty j^ie«an% on their ■ssssys«r?T-" "" . . Kvrinii I'owx CocscrLLOß !rrbisons r> *?r u incSgas.—'Wm. Cook, oneottbi' l.r.vn 'oOpswich. Ensland, r.ad hi; fjrrin.an, h«rc M<-h 'entonco-1 to tvrHve mO^!l« cement for -toaUasr j:a.« from rho IP«wnh (.a <->_ > rh» theft wa* fOmmlrteo by ntta l io~ Mcrat jiijw'to or.f of tho main pipos <>t the gas»oil - jsanv. <ome merchant* of I.«v»ca, Tex#,, iaten | nhip- . ome me ~ to i. ril „ co | a a «nn experiment. h ," y wiU beghippe^i'ro" 1 l.HVaea to tbe Outf purf. .11 ♦»,- mfehan** o» Morc«rs'.»urs. P*., (12 in have fivoa a pu'.Uo p!e«!ce over their that after their pre«ent rtock ,Tthev will Wither i «y nor trade tor. *11 ». «tvo airly, anient except !or medial or mechanical purpose?. PrvciovKoßcra"K'.- (:arrt>tr ji ; eon-victe-i before the fnitod States dwtrirt court ol New York f.»r loreinf paper* ill a pen i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 31 August 1853

nuTnAuT dispatch. - ~ R. PLEASANTS, Editor. T \vj, A. COWARDLN> Pkofriktor. riuiv DISPATCH 1« served to subscribers T "" ' „V CI *..1 f.R casts rt:* wkkk, payable to ~UM ; > Pri,-p for nisUiug. i>la yearin (tiTitr J SKKtv DisriTclt U tamed every '"' (r ,j CxOOD3. CLOTHING. &c._ i\ i. I AINK A KKM'. IMPOKk ITRS \ND WHOLESALE nKAI.KK> lN ,x "-Jons. fourteenth strket. rich. . . i _Bv the various steamers ai d packet, ships V' . f. i vrrmjol Glasgow and Havre, we are l importation* of Foreign DRY GOODS ' ,i.V K» 11 trade, sll of which were purchased in the Kiiti.-h and Continental markets durtng the ,-r bv our set.ior partner. mitra* for catk, .s «• wl ich thev cannot be duplicated.— \ , k embraces s" unusual variety ot F.\N< «;'t\pLE GOODS ot British, French ami Oct- * ' 'ictK <- srlrctvd with particular reference ot' Virginia, North Carolina and Ten- ,Y C.. Te Jsf> in store a full assortment of Do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 31 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH lew- Thf drcnUtioii of th« D»tW Dtoputt* eo K«W» that of *11 the Daily r»P«" •' R *> unoD< •mtofcied RIC HMOKD .¥ A : WEDNESDAY MOKNINU. AUGUST Gold not always a Blessing Within the la*t few years both the States and the British Kmp.re vt withl n most astonishing discov Cali fcrnia their territories. in the world, have of com . M d are already thwp . relft inerce, Hy almost all. r nleUifulness of the supply of 1 ta is'wcarded as an unqualified blessing. Md Britain and our Union envied because of their increased abundance. Hut there is quite as much reason for tear rejoicing. For all history goes to prove that much wealth is often the precursor ot the downfall of nations. The sudden inHux of gold, brings with it luxury, and this entails upon men effeminacy and indolence, so that though for a century, which is but a day ih the history of nations, enterprise may increase. and all be apparently tending to permanent prosperity, a culminating point...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 31 August 1853

ITVtkst mail news. ibeival of the europa. vF _ wKKK LATER FROM EUROPE. .v. oq —Thi' steamer F.»ropa arrived : bringing Liverpool dates of the an wn IMk Tht Ku-v,-*iSB passenger*. - gkvkral "■•(.-a! n p «*s wholly unimp irtant. The >a ' .-i.w was unchanged and everything ' V 'v ,'late'to the sth ult had been receive.!. v-it niaierwllyehangvd. Flour command- - r ton. Xa.vne news favorable. " " ' makkft^. \ u . -vi—The Cotton market continFair oaal'ti'* are * shade lower and lower * ' . itr o' l-16d.a1-£l. per bbl. The ->'e wee* have bee* 39,(KK) bales, of which •* ' s ami exporters took 5.820 - u .-Hiion- hit Fair Orleans 7d., Mid--I.' Fair Molile and Upland 6 3-4 d„ MillJ. v.-,.' i«l Mi.idling Upland 5 7-Sd. Stock I* - were in active speculative ilerr.and at ~ ,'m fil. per bushel iii Whcut. and W a I*. \ •*"' "in Flour. Canal Floor 37a27«. (VI.. Phfln- , jiairimore aoil Ohio3d. White Wheat 1 Red Ts.aTs. «*l. Corn unchanged. " a 3>. Yellow 3!#. The dem...

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