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Northern Markets. New York Feb. 21. --Cotton firm. Flour quiet. Wheat steady. Corn heavy: mixed 67½@69; new 62 ½@63; new Southern 73@77. Pork heavy: prime $12.75. Lard firm at 10@10 ½. Whiskey firm at 17½@18. Sugar heavy; Orleans 5 ½@6 5-16; Muscovado 4½@5½. Coffee firm at 11½@11½. Molasses steady: Orleans 32@37. Turpentine dull at 35½@37½. Rosin firm at 25. Rice steady. Stocks dull and lower: N. Y. Centrals 77½. Noon. --Flour steady and unchanged. Wheat quiet. Corn dull. Provisions quiet. Whiskey quiet at 17½@17¾. Baltimore,Feb. 21.--Flour firm and advanced 12 cts. Wheat buoyant. Corn advanced 2 cents--yellow $1.60@$1.62. Provisions steady. Coffee steady. W
in hhds., 25@30 cts.; English Island 37 ½ cts.; Ochenhousen's 28 cts. Oats.--38@40 cts. per bushel. Offal.--Bran 20 cts.; Shorts 25 cts.; Brown Stuff 35 cts.; and Ship Stuff 65 cts. per bus. Onions.--Red $2 per bbl. of near three bushels; Silver-skin $2 ½. Peas.--None in market. Plaster.--Lump — We quote at $5 per ton. Claiborne's Richmond Ground $8.50 per ton packed; Sharpe's do. packed $8.50; loose $7.50. Potatoes.--We quote Northern 60@65 cts. per bushel Rice.--5@5 ½ cts. Rosin.--$1.70@1.75 per bbl. Rye.--We quote 60@65 cts. per bus. Sugars.--New Orleans Sugar we quote 7 ½@8 cents; Cuba 7 ½@8 ½ cents; Porto Rico 8@9 ¼ cents; Loaf 11@11 ¼ cents; Crushed and Powdered 19 ¼ cents; Coffee Sugar: A 10 cents; B 9 ½ cents; Extra C 9 ¼c. Salt.--Last sales from wharf $1.65; from store $1.75 per sack. Saltpetre.--9@10 cts. per lb. Seneca Root.--35@37 ½ cts. Shot.--7@7 ¼ cts. cash, and time as to quantity, for drop a