A.x Ãbbqr, May 38, 184G. The Weather for the past week has boen quite warm. Whcat continÃºes BtriJ tionary in pricc, nominally atabout(2A cents. Wool has arived ralher plentifully. Buyers nre nol enger to pu reliase, and have usually but litlle cash to pay. Prices vary f rom 20 to 28 cents. In Buflalo, May 25, sales of Wheat we re made at 81 and 82 cents. Flourwas heldat -S'3,81 but buyers werc not disposed to pay more than 83,75. The assignees of the Bank of River Raisin are Chas. Noble, II. V. Mann, and L. A. Hall. The indobtedness of the Bank is estimated in the Monroe Advocate at $75,000 or $80,000. Th'flt paper advises bilÃ holders not tobe hasty in disposing of their bilis at a very great sacrifico. But the AdriÃ¡n WntchSower says thatin fhe assignment of the assests. no provisiÃ³n whatcver was made for the bill holders. The bilis of the Bank of Wooster, Ohio, hdvobecn ref'ised by tho Buflalo brokers. It is in bad reputo. We slated last week that the charter of the River Raisin Bank was rcpealed by the Legislatura. The Advertiscr says this is a mistake. No such bill was passed. Oakland County Bank bilis are generally refused in this communit}'. OCFor the names of 7 or 8 more broken down Banks, see lst calumn on the inside.