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ry 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 Orleans 12 @14; Refined New Orleans 15@16 ½c; Crushed 27, stock email; Coffee 5@20 Tobacco.--In manufactured Tobacco there is but little doing. There is an endless variety of grades and prices, ranging from 10 to 50 cents ib. We quote Lugs, of good weights, at $2 ½@½ inferior leaf $2 ½@5; good $6@7 ½ good and fine dry English $5 ½@8 ½ and $ extra fine $10; fancy wrappers $@16. Wheat.--The arrivals of Wheat this