Ann Arbor, Oct. 9, 1646. During the past week, Wheat has come in plentifully. For some days 75 cents have been paid : but the market has a downward look, and buyers are fearful of a decline. 70 cents only is ofiered to day by some purchasers, although a little more may, perhaps, be obtained, by canvassing the market. The BufFalo Pilot of Oct. 7, says that there is a slight decline, owing to fear among purchasers, although the operations are heavy. About 20,000 bushels of Wheat sold yesterday, mostly at 90 cen-ts. Flour, $4,80 to $4,87. New York, Oct. 6. Market closed today at $5,52 for good western brands. - Of Flour, 15,000 to 20,000 barrels sold yesterday at 5,56. 20,000 bu. White Corn for export mostly at 82 c. Freight or grain to Liverpool, 10 d, flous 3 s.