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$5.50 for Superfine — a slight decline; $6@6.25 for Extra Superfine, and $7@$7.25 for Family. There is also a variety of Flour called Cross Middlings, which makes as wholesome if not as white bread as any other brand, selling at $4.25@4.50. Hay.--Clover Hay $1.25; Timothy $1.35. Leather.--No Calfskin in market. It is difficult, too, to fix quotations for other kinds, the market being very variable. We quote Sole Leather at 60 cents; very scarce, and becoming more scarce daily; UppHay $1.25; Timothy $1.35. Leather.--No Calfskin in market. It is difficult, too, to fix quotations for other kinds, the market being very variable. We quote Sole Leather at 60 cents; very scarce, and becoming more scarce daily; Upper scarce at $3.50@$5 per side; Harness Leather 50 cts. per lb. Hides — salted green, $8 to $8.50; green calf skins, $1.25@1.30--scarce. Lime.--Next to none in market. The prices, therefore, are scarcely quotable. It would no doubt bring from $2.50 to $3 per barrel, if not more. Molasses.--New Orleans 65 cents, with no other in market. Lard.--20 cents in bbls.; 22 cents in kegs. Oats.--37½ to 40 cts. per bushel. Balled Oats $1.25. Rice.--4½5 cents, wholesale; a trifl<