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nglish refined and American, but a small supply, which is sold in limited quantities at 8 cents per lb.; Swedes, none in Market. Lard — 21a23 cents. Leather — upper we quote at $1 per lb., and dull; Harness 68a75 cents per lb; sole, 60a70 cents, Stocks light; calf skins waxed, $48a55 per dozen. Lime — Mountain unslacked, $1.75 to $2.25 per bbl.; according to quantity. Molasses — New Orleans, 90a95 cents; golden syrups (Richmond) 85 cents. Nails — Old Dominion, 9½ cents. Offal (Mill)--Bran, 20 cents; shorts, 25 cents. Brownstuffs, 30 cents; shipstuffs, 70 cents. Oil — Tanners', $1.12a1.50; machine, $1.50a$2 per gallon. Oats — we quote 80a85 cents per bushel, and scarce. Rye — 90a$1.10 per bushel. Sugars — Brown, 12½a14 cents per lb.; Coffee, 15½a19 cents; crushed, 23 to 25 cts. salt — sales by the sack at $25 for ground alum; fine, $37.50a$40 per sack. Seeds — there are no Stocks of Clover or Timothy. Soda — best English, 35a40 cent
Runaway. --fifty dollars Reward will be paid for the delivery at our office, or at our Mill in Manchester, of our absconded slave Dick Bryant Dick is about five feet eight inches high, light ginger-bread color, and about nineteen years old. Dick had on when he left a brown frock coat, dark pantalcons, and black Russia hat. ja 28--6t Dunlop, Monoure & Co.