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all human probability be speedily developed. Whatever it be, unless it entails war, the country will in a few months be prospering and thriving as rapidly as ever. There are few changes in quotations. The market is dull and money scarce. Wheat is a shade better. Tobacco,--Nothing doing. The holiday has suspended breaks. Last quotations: Inferior Lugs at $2.25@2.50, good and fine $3@3.50; inferior Leaf $6@7, good $8@9; fine manufacturing scarce, price $12.50@20; good and fine English $6.50@10.50. fancy cases $20@90. Flour.--Shippers are not over $6 for superfine. To the trade we quote $6.25@6.50; Extra, $6.75@7; Family $7.50@7.75. Wheat.--White is in better demand. We quote good to choice $1.30@1.40; Red $1.15 @1.20, and a shipper quotes $1.25 for prime red. Corn.--We quote 55@60 cents per bushel. Bacon.--Sides 11 cents; Shoulders 8½ cents; plain Hams 12; Sugar-cured 13 @13½c.; Todd's Sugar-cured Hams 15 Quotations nominal, market dull.
Northern Markets. Baltimore, Jan. 14. --Flour dull — Howard St. $5.50; Ohio and City Mills $5.75. Wheat firm — red $1.30 @ $1.38; white $1.45@1.65. Corn buoyant — yellow 65@67 Pork firm — Mess $18; prime $13@13.50. Lard 10 Coffee steady at 12 ½ @13 Whiskey dull at