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The Daily Dispatch: April 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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bbl.; according to quantity. Molasses — New Orleans, $1.30 to 1.40 cts. Nails — Old Dominion, 10a11 cents. Offal (mill)--Bran, 30 cents; shorts, 36 cents. Brownstuffs, 30 cents; shipstuffs, 70 cents. Oil — Tanners, $1,12a1.50; machine, $1.50a$2 per gallon. Oats — We quote 80 cents per bushel, and stock large. Rye--$1.50a$2.00 per bushel. Seed — Clover Seed, $17a$18--latter by retail; Timothy, $5½a$6½. Soda — Beat English, 40 cents per lb. Sugars — Brown, 24a26 cents per lb., coffee, 27a23 cents. All qualities firm. Salt — Some sales of North Carolina Salt at $11 per sack of 100 lbs. Tobacco — The breaks of Tobacco are small, and most of the Tobacco offered at this time is re-opened. There is not so much animation in the market, and prices are lower. We quote interior lugs at $2½a$2½, good $3a$3½ inferior leaf $5a$5½; good $6 ½17½; fine $8a$9½a$10. Tallow — 15a16 cents per lb. Wheat — Red $1 10a
$10 reward. --Ten dollars reward will be paid by me for the delivery of a mulatto girl, named Jane or Jennie, aged fifteen years belonging to Mr. Brown, of Lunenburg, and hired to me by Mr. E. A. J. Clopton. She left my house a week ago yesterday, and has since been on Church Hill. --She has a very full bead of hair and a scar on one cheek. Ella Johnson, mh 31--6t* In rear of Exchange Hotel.