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lish, 40 cents per lb. Sugars — Brown, 24a26 cents per lb., coffee, 27a23 cents. All qualities firm. Salt — Some sales of North Carolina Salt at $11 per sack of 100 lbs. Tobacco — The breaks of Tobacco are small, and most of the Tobacco offered at this time is re-opened. There is not so much animation in the market, and prices are lower. We quote interior lugs at $2½a$2½, good $3a$3½ inferior leaf $5a$5½; good $6 ½17½; fine $8a$9½a$10. Tallow — 15a16 cents per lb. Wheat — Red $1 10al 20; white $1.15a1.25, and dull. Few buyers these prices. Wool — Market firm, and arrivals light 90 a 95 cents per pound. Cattle Market. Beef — We quote at $6.00 gross, which is 12 to 16 net. Sheep — Supply light. Extra quality, $8 to $9 gross. Hogs — In demand at $18.50 to $14 net. Money matters. Specie — We quote gold and silver at 60 to 75 per cent premium. Very little doing. Bank notes — Nearly all Southern Bank
The Daily Dispatch: April 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], Great Destitution among the English operatives. (search)
For Rent. --And possession given 1st of April, the large Store-House on 17th, between Main and Cary sts., recently occupied by Capt. J. S. Walker as a tobacco stemmer. For further information apply to E. D. Eacho, 14th street. Also — for Rent, by the month, or for the balance of the year, three rooms, suitable for offices or bed rooms, on Shockoe Slip, over Wheat, Saulkner & Clarke's, and beyond Gwathmey's old stand. Good tenants desired. None others need apply. Rent $12½ per month. mh 31--1w E. D. Eacho, 14th st