Axn Arbor, March 12, 4847. The Wheat markct is not very lively at present. Buyers are ofiering70 cen's. But many farmers are aaticipating continued high prices on account of the searcity in Europe, and prefer vvaiting, We observe tliat the pnce kseps up well in New York. March 3, the price of Flour was rnainly $7,00, but small par. cels commnnded one or two shijlings more. 100.000 bushels corn sold for from 92 to 98 cents. The erports from Feb. 1 to Feb. 28 were 814,922 bu. Corn -147,217 bu. VV heat- 52,708 bu. Rye. 136,213 barrels of Wheat Flour. Pearl Ashes were firm at $0,50 ; Potg, $'4,87 J.