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The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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time, when the duty was taken off by the British Government, down to the present blockade, the price has averaged 65 cents; ranging from 50 to $1 25. In staves there are no transactions, while common shingles are sold in considerable lots at $4. Bacon is very scarce and high: wholesale rates, h. r., 22 cents. Lard — Very little to be had; price 21 Mess Pork--$45. Sugar scarce: common 15a16; prime 18a19.--A cargo is now being sent from this place to Richmond. White Wheat sells here at 60a$1--indicating a great variety of grades; red 60a80--Supply light. Turks Island Salt $1.50 per bushel; G. A. $6 per sack; Blown $7a$8. Flour — Family $6a7; Extra $6; Superfine $5a5.50. Corn meal 70a75 cts. per bushel, showing considerable difference in the price of this article and that of corn. Anderson's City Mills are now working to the extent of their capacity, and contributes greatly towards supplying the local demand for flour and corn meal. A f
d that the Emperor's interview with the King of Prussia would not take place until after the latter's coronation. The Imperial Court of Appeal has modified some of its findings, but the sentence in the case of Count Simons is confirmed. Wheat and corn are to be admitted into the ports of France, temporarily, free of duty. The Paris Bourse was flat at 68£85 Italy. An important diplomatic circular has been published by Baron Ricasoli, explaining that the prevailing brigand000 bales, including 558,000 bales of American descriptions. State of Trade in Manchester.--The Manchester advices are favorable, the market for both goods and yarns being firm, though rather quiet. London Markets.--Breadstuffs steady. Wheat 56a59s. Flour 24s 6da28s 6d. Tea.--Common Congo 10½a11d. Coffee tending upward — Rice active. Spirits of Turpentine excited, with a large advance, sales having been made at 60s. Tallow firm at 47s 6d. Linseed cakes buoyant and advanced 2s 6da5s.
The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], To Graduates and Ex-Cadets of the Va. Military Institute. (search)
ew Orleans, in lots, 14 cents; Coffee Sugar to 17½ cts. Crushed 22@28 cts. Tobacco.--The receipts of Tobacco care large at this time and the warehouses very much crowded, and owing to the excess of common grade prices have been lower for the last week, while good and fine English and Continental Tobaccos are selling well. We quote inferior Luge at $2.25@$2.75, good and fine $3@$3.75@$4; interior Leaf $4.75@$5.50; good $6@$7; good and fine English $6.50 @11.50; fine Continental $8@10.50@$14. Wheat--90 cts. for Red; $1 for White. Whiskey.--Quite a demand exists for this article. Those who wish to procure a good article, and understand the state of the market, and the prospect for the future, are sending in their orders for a good article, while it may be had. Among Common Whiskeys. Twenty Per Cent, is worth 65 cents, and Ten per Cent, brings 70 cents. A good article of old Mountain Whiskey cannot be bought for less than $1.25, and from this price up to $2 per gallon.