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Beans $12a15 per bushel. Cheese $1a1.75 per lb. Dried Fruit--Apples $10a14 per bushel; Peaches $16 per bushel. Eggs $1.50a1.75 per dozen. Hay — Old $9a10 per 100 lbs--very little in market. Lard $1.55a1.60 per lb. Irish Potatoes — New $15a18 per bushel. Corn $9a10 per bushel. Corn Meal $10a10.50 per bushel. Flour in demand at the following quotations: Superfine $31a32; Extra $33a34; Family $36a37; market bare, and will readily bring the quoted prices. Oats $6 per bushel, and scarce. Wheat — There is very little offering, but it may be quoted at $6.50a7 per bushel. The new crop is not yet in market, and we hear of no engagements made by farmers of their crops. Vinegar $3.50a4 per gallon. Groceries.--Sugar has an advancing tendency. We quote Brown, by wholesale, at $1.70a1.80 per lb. Molasses has advanced to $12a12.50 per gal. Coffee $3.75a4 per lb. Rice — old, 20c; new, 30 Salt 40 per lb. Candles Summer Tallow, $3 per lb. Tobacco.--Very little doing, and that mos