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The Rio Coffee market. --The bark Lapwing, at Baltimore, from Rio February 10th, reports that coffee had advanced 350 ries per arraba. The weather was unfavorable and would stop supplies.
Hampton Roads. March 28th. Arrived, barks Glenwood, 35 days from Rio, with coffee; Tallulah, 42 days from Liverpool, with coal; Fanny Crenshaw, from Rio, for Bremen; brig Jason, from Trinidad; ship Rapid, 100 days from Kent's Island; schr. R. H. Pellen, 12 days from Matanzas. Norfolk, March 28.-- Arr'd, ship Russia, from Scotland, with coal. New York, March 26.--Arrived, schr. Ida Libby, (of Richmond, Va.,) Savannah. Baltimore, March 27.-- Cl'd, schr. R. C. Stanard, Richmonio, with coffee; Tallulah, 42 days from Liverpool, with coal; Fanny Crenshaw, from Rio, for Bremen; brig Jason, from Trinidad; ship Rapid, 100 days from Kent's Island; schr. R. H. Pellen, 12 days from Matanzas. Norfolk, March 28.-- Arr'd, ship Russia, from Scotland, with coal. New York, March 26.--Arrived, schr. Ida Libby, (of Richmond, Va.,) Savannah. Baltimore, March 27.-- Cl'd, schr. R. C. Stanard, Richmond. Alexandria, March 27.--Sailed, schr. Samuel B. Grice, Norfolk.
Uplands middling 12 @ 12½. Flour 10@20 higher — Southern $5.50@5.80. Wheat 2 ½ @5 higher. Corn 1 higher — Mixed 66@70½ new Southern White 68@71. Pork firm — Mess $16.75@16.87. Lard quiet at 9@10 Whiskey firm at 17½@18. Sugar firm — Muscovado 4¼@5¾. Coffee firm. Molasses heavy — Orleans 32@34. Spirits Turpentine steady at 35 @37. Rosin dull at $1.25. Rice firm. Stocks dull and lower — N. Y. Centrals 78 ¾; Va. 6's 78½; Mo. 6's 66½. Norfolk,March 28.--Corn -- receipts 100,000 bushels — White 62@64; yellow 63@63½c.; mixed 60 Cotton firm — large sales and active; for good running lots 12½; select 12½; inferior dull at 10½@11½. Naval Stores in limited demand. Tar dull at $1.50@1.60. Staves active — R. O. hhd. 37; W. 66. Flour quiet. Baltimore,March 28.--Flour steady; Ohio $5@5.12. Wheat steady; red $1.27@1.30; white $1.40@1.65. Corn firm — white 53@57; yellow 56@58.--Provisions dull and unchanged. Coffee quieter and ¼ higher: Rio
uote good Butter at 20 to 25; Inferior 8 to 10 Candles.--Tallow 13½@14 .; Jackson's 14; Hull's 16; Adamantine 18@20; Sperm 45; Patent Sperm 54@56 Cement.--James River $1.70@1.80 per bbl.; Northern Rosendale at $1.70@1.80. Coal.--White and Red Ash Anthracite Coal, for grates, $7.50 per cart load of 25 bushels, per ton of 2,240 per $8; Foundry do. $7 per ton of 2,240 lbs.; Bituminous Lump $5 per load of 25 bushels; Hail $4.50; Smiths' Coal 12@14 per bushel. Coffee.--We quote Rio 14@15 cents; Laguayra, 15½16 cts.; Java 18½@19 cents; Mocha 18 cts. Coke.--For city consumption $5 per cart load of 25 bushels, for soft lump; soft hall $4.50. Hard lump and hail $4.50. Corn.--We quote 50@62½ cts. per bushel. Corn Meal.--City Bo. Meal 75@80 cents; country 70@75 cts. Cotton.--8½ to 12 cts. Cotton Yarns, &c. Cot on Yarns 21@22 cts.; Cotton Cordage 24 cts.; Seine Twine 27 cts.; Carpet Warp 22 cts.; Wrapping Twine 22 cts. Dried Fruit.--No arrivals.