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The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
A Roster of General Officers , Heads of Departments, Senators, Representatives , Military Organizations, &c., &c., in Confederate Service during the War between the States. (ed. Charles C. Jones, Jr. Late Lieut. Colonel of Artillery, C. S. A.) 3 1 Browse Search
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The clerical suicide. --The suicide of the Rev. R. C. Rice, of Eminence, Ky., at Cincinnati, has been noticed. It appears that he had been twice married, and his second union was not productive of happiness; an estrangement sprung up between him and his wife, which induced, on his part, melancholy, and finally resulted in the rash act by which he terminated his existence. The following note was found on the table in his room at the hotel directed to Mayor Bishop: "Please have my p Eliza. My Christian character is impeached, and, by misfortune, the means of vindication are cut off. I have been a true man, have lived for the good of mankind and glory of God. I never injured a human being intentionally. I have preached faithfully the true Gospel of Christ, and to the Cross of Christ I have ever clung as the ground of my hopes. Take charge of my trunk, money and clothes here, to pay all charges. But all is lost — my mind frantic — my heart crushed. "R. C. Rice.
gs 12 ½. Flour closed firm — sales 13,500 barrels. State $5.20@$5.25; Ohio $5.70@5.80; Southern & 5.80@6.10.--Wheat closed firm — sales of 42,000 bushels; white Western $1.55; red $1.35. Corn steady — sales of 54,000 bushels; mixed 70@71 cts. Pork closed firm — mess $17.50@17.75; prime dull at $13.12 ½@13.25 Lard steady at 10 ½@10 cts. Whiskey steady at 18 ½. Sugar closed firm. Orleans 5 3/6@6 ½ cts.; Muscovado 5 ¼@6 cts. Coffee steady — sales 3,900 bags at 11@13 cts. Molasses firm at 37@39. Spirits Turpentine steady at 35 @37 cts. Rosin firm at $1.25 per bbl. Rice steady 4@4 ½ cts. Sales of $3,000 Va. 6's at $76 ½, and $5,000 North Carolina State 6's at $78 ¼. Baltimore, Jan. 19. --Flour closed active at 12 ½ cents advance, with large sales; Howard street and Ohio $5.50. Wheat firm; Red $1.30@$1.35; white $1.45@1.65. Corn steady; New white and yellow 63@67 cents. Provisions firm. Mess Pork $18; prime rump $13. Lard 10 Ȃ cents. Coffee stea