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ers, new, 18@19; old, 16@17 Lard.--Prime, 25; leaf lard ("so-called" and branded, hut, in reality, pressed,) lower. Salt.--Liverpool, $4 per sack. Butter.--35@45 per lb. In market, pound rolls, 60 Molasses.--Common syrup, which is a good name applied to a bad article, 50@55; genuine golden syrup, $1.10@$1.20 per gallon; Cuba and Muscovado molasses, 65 Cheese.--Northern and Western, 20@21; English dairy, 25@30 Irish Potatoes.--$3.25@$3.50 per barrel. Coffee.--Rio, 31@32; Laguayra, 35@36; Java, 42@45 Sugar.--Brown, 13@15; extra "C" and "B," 18½@19½c.; crushed and pulverized, 20½ @21 Teas.--Black, 65 @$1.45--the last a prime article; imperial, $1.25@$1.50; gunpowder; $2@$2.25. Rice.--12 Candles.--Adamantine, light weight, 30; full weight, 32; tallow, 21@a22; parafine, 45 Soap.--Common, 9@10; best washing soap, 12 Powder.--$10.50 per keg of 25 lbs. Shot.--$3.75@$4 per hag of 25 lbs. Vinegar.--Cider, 50; manufacture
Sale of coffee and Cotton. --Four thousand four hundred bags of Java coffee were sold at auction in New York last Friday at 23½ cents in gold, and three thousand five hundred bags of Rio on private terms. Three thousand bales of cotton, captured by the Government, were also sold at auction; 2,406 bales of Memphis brought 41¼@53 cents; six hundred and fifty bales of New Orleans brought 42½@53 cents, and one hundred and seventeen bales of Florida brought 33@49 cents