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heat is coming in slowly, though there is no change in quotations. Corn has advanced, the quantity being inadequate for the demand. Flour is dull under heavy receipts. The tobacco market shows some activity, in consequence of investments by capitalists with a view to future operations. The brokers are selling silver and gold at 15 cents and buying at 12 --very scarce. Butter.--We continue to quote good and prime country at 25@30 cts, with a fair demand; inferior 15@20 cts ib., Bacon — Very dull at 28 cts. for Hog-round. Corn — From 72 ½@77 ½c. bushe'--in demand. Clover Seed.--None in market. Coffee.--The stock of Coffee is almost exhausted, and prices are very irregular. We quote at 38@45 cts. ib., at which prices but few can afford the luxury. Flour.--Very dull at $4.50 for Fine; Superfine $5; Extra $5.75; Family $6.50@$7. Sugars — Sugars are irregular. Cuba 12 ½c.; Porto Rico very scarce; stocks of Brown very light, prices high; New Orle