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There is little doing in specie, and the quotations are merely nominal. Gold is rated at $18 as the buying price and as the selling price. Silver — Buying at $14 and selling at $18.

Bane Notes.--There is little change in the price of the notes of the Banks of the several States. The brokers are buying at $2.75 to $3 and selling at $3 to $3.50.

Confederate Bonds.--Since our last report there have been very few transactions in stocks and heads. We quote as follows: loan, large bonds, 185 to 196; cotton int, loan, 165; 8 per cent. bonds, long dates, 115; 7 per cents., per and int; 8 per cents., 7.20 notes, par and interest.

State Bonds.--Va. registered, long dates, 285 to past due, , North Carolina 6's, old, 550; new, ; North Carolina 8's, 285; Central Railroad ; Orange and Alexandria, 250, Richmond and Banville Railroad, 250.

St--Traders' Bark, 180; Bank of Virginia, Bank of Richmond, 120; Richmond Importing and Reporting Company, 1,400; Old Dominion Heading Company, 890. At the extra session the Legislature the shares of this company were reduced to . Petersburg Importing Company, 525.

Train.--Wheat may be quoted from $15 to $20; Core, $12 to Bye, $12 to 14; Oats, $8 to 10.

Flour and Corn Meal--The stock of Flour in the market is very light, and we have heard of small sales at $130. The ruling price, however, seems to be $115 for Extra and $116 for Superfine. Corn Meal is worth from $14 to 16 per bushel.

Groceries.--During the week there has been a decided advance in all kinds of Groceries. Coffee is recalling at $12 per pound; Brown Sugar, $3.75 to $4; New Orleans Molasses, $30 to 33 per gallon; Sargum, $25 to 30.

Country Produce and Vegetables.--Bacon $3 to 3.50; pork, $2.25 to 2.50; fresh beef, 75 to 90 cents; lard, $3.25 to 3.40; butter, $4.25 to 4.50; eggs, $2.75 to 3; Irish potatoes, $10 to 12; sweet potatoes, $12 to 15;

In the City Markets, there seems to be no fixed price for anything, articles generally selling at any price which the extortioner chooses to ask. Beef may be quoted at $1.25 to 1.50 per pound; mutton and veal, about the same; pork, $2.50 to 2.75 per pound; turkeys, from $12 to 20 each; geese, from $10 to 12, ducks, from $6 to 10; chickens, very inferior, $6 per pair; rabbits, from $2.50 to 4; partridges, $1.75 to 2.25; vegetables--Irish potatoes, $ per half peck; sweet potatoes, $6 per peck; turnips, $3.50 peck; cabbage, $1 per head.

Liquors--A good article of whiskey is worth from $70 to 85; apple brandy, $48 to 55; rum, $55 to

Tobacco remains unchanged, with the market not quire so active.

Leather.--We quote sole leather at $6.50 to 7.50 per lb; upper do. $7.50 to 8; harness do $7 to

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