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$8a10 per 100 lbs. Lard $1.45a1.50 per lb. Potatoes--Irish very scarce and enormously high; may be quoted at $20 per bushel. Corn is dull of sale at the last quotation; we quote it now at $9.50a10 per bushel. Corn Meal $10.50a11 per bushel Flour — Superfine $31a32; Extra $33a34, Family $35a36 per bbl. Oats scarce; $6 per bushel. Wheat — the millers are not buying at present and sales are only made in small lots for horse feed. We quote $6a7 per bushel for prime red and white, though we have heard of sales of red at $5.25a5.50. Groceries.--We still quote good Brown Sugars at $1.30a1.40 per lb. Coffee $3.50a4 per lb. Green Tea $8a10 per lb; Black $8a9. Molasses $9.50a10.50 per gallon. Salt 40 cents per lb. Rice 16a20 cts. Candles, tallow, $2.25a2.75. Soap 50a75 cts. Tobacco.--The market is improving. Inferior $12a18; good do. $20a25; inferior Leaf $30a35; good do. $45a50; English pping $50a60; fine Manufacturing $75a150 An extra bright article ran as high as $150a20