Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1862., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Jonathan H. Winder or search for Jonathan H. Winder in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 2 document sections:

Would not work. --A number of persons employed at Col. Duncan's lithographic establishment, on Government work, hoping to increase their profits, yesterday refused to strike another lick unless their wages were considerably raised. In recording the sequel the reader will remember that these persons were getting good pay at the time. They slept, by order of Gen. Winder, in Castle Godwin last night.
In prospect. --We understand that General Winder has it in contemplation to issue an order prescribing the price by which certain articles of groceries, dry goods, cotton and woolen cloths, shall be sold. The outrageous exactions of holders have necessitated this order. Woolen cloths that used to sell here at about one dollar and fifty cents per yard, and cost fifty cents to get up, is now sold at $10.50 per yard. Cotton cloth, that cost perhaps three cents per yard to get up, is sold for 62 cents. Similar swindles might be mentioned in the grocery line. The General commanding this department will do the people an essential service, and will be sustained by public sentiment, in putting the "heavy hand" on all extortioners, in whatever "line" they may operate.