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.25@1.30 for hog-round. Butter, $2.25@3 per lb. Beans in demand at $20 per bushel. Corn is lower; we quote at $6@6.50 per bushel. Corn Meal, $7@9 per bushel — the latter figure for a limited quantity. Candles, $3.50@3.75 per lb. Fruit — Dried Apples, $10@12; Dried Peaches, $15@18 per bushel, Flour — Superfine, $31@32; Extra, $34; Family, $36. Hay is in very small supply; sales at $15 per cwt. Bard, $1.65@1.70 per lb. Potatoes--Irish, $8@10; Sweet, $10@11 per bushel. Rice, 25@33 per lb.--Wheat, $6.50@7 per bush. Groceries.--Sugars have a declining tendency; we quote Brown at $1.15@1.25. Molasses $9@10 per gallon. Coffee, $1@1.50.--Salt, 45 per lb. Whiskey, $28@35. Apple Brandy, $24@25; French Brandy, $35 per gallon. Tobacco.--Within a few days past, common Leaf has been a shade higher — say from 50 to $1; but in other qualities there is no change. We quote as follows: Inferior huge, $15@25; good do., $16@20; Common Leaf, $23@26; good do., $27@40; Fine, $45@55, line M