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The Daily Dispatch: March 22, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Shoemakers again on a strike. --The shoemakers of East Stoughton, Mass., met on Saturday evening to consult with reference to a strike. The meeting was addressed by Giden Howard, of Randolph, who urged a strike — after which the matter was discussed and the meeting was adjourned over to organize a lodge for the protection of labor. It is said that the bootmakers have been making boots for $5 a case, which they had $10 and $12 for in 1859 and 1860.
The Markets. New York, March 21. --Cotton firm — uplands middling 12Ȃ@12¼ Flour firm. Wheat quiet.--Corn firm — mixed 67; Southern yellow 65@68 --Whiskey firm at 17½c. Coffee firm — Rio 11¼@14 Sugar quiet — Muscovado 4¼@6 Spirits Turpentined steady at 55 Rosin dull at $1.20@1.25.--Stocks a shade urmer — N. Y. Centrals 78; Va. 6's 7 ½; Mo. 6's 65 7/8. Baltimore, March 21. --Flour dull and heavy — Howard and Ohio $5@5.12½; City Mills $5--no sales. Wheat active and firm — red $1.25@1.30; white $1.40@1.55. Corn active — mixed 65@57;white 60@64 Provisions dull and unchanged.--Coffee firm at 12¼@13 Norfolk, March 21. --Cotton firm — sales of 1,000 bales. Good is quoted at 12; interior 10½@1½.--Corn active — sales of 40,000 bushels at 65@67 Naval Stores dull. Tar $1.50. Staves active — R. O