Ann Arboh, Feb. J2, 1847. Sleighing is good in tlijs vicinity, and the weaiher moderately colcl. VVhoat is selling atO2 cents to-doy. Eaatern pri. ces would wrrrant a higlier rato, howevr er, if navigation wereopen, New York, Feb. 8. Ashe8 - Marketsteady but quiet. Pots $4 47- poarls$5 41. The high priqe of freights prevent operations. Flour - Demand not very Inrge, but holders generally are flrm. Some hold- ers ask 87 for prime Gencsee. Tlie sales aro about 2000 bbl?. at $6,87} forMichigan, and $0 87 a $6 90 for Genesee to arrive at opening of canal - 500 bbls. sold at 86 41, and 500 bbls, Philadelphia ai 86 37Ã¨. BurrALo, Feb. 9. Flour $4,75, to $4,80. 559 barrels good Michigan bro't $4,55. New York papers represent that ves seis are loading down with every varietv of provisions for the European markets, and that freighls are exceedingly high.