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The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a Proclamation. (search)
advancing tendency. Molasses, $4.50 per gallon by the quantity. Salt may now be quoted at 60 cents per lb. Common Rice, 7ΒΌ cents per lb. Black Tea, $5 per lb., at auction. Liquors.--The new regulation, admitting 150 barrels per month into the city, has yet had no effect upon prices; but like everything else, with the approach of Christmas, liquor has a tendency to advance We still quote prime Whiskey at $20, and Apple Brandy at $12 per gallon. Forage.--Hay, $3.25; Oats, $3.25, Fodder, $3 Shucks, $2 per cwt. Miscellaneous.--Navy Bread, 12 cents; Pilot, 14 cents, Butter, Crackers 16 cents. Soda do., 18 cents per lb., Irish and Sweet Potatoes, $3@14 per bushel, Onions, per bushel, and very scarce; Lard cents per lb., Country Scap 50 to 60 cents per lb; Clover Seed, $25@$30 per bushel; Timothy, nominal at $7--season over; Vinegar, $1.50 per gallon; Wool, firm at $1.55@$1.75 for common per lb for Morin.; Eggs, retailing at per dozen; Dreated Turkeys, 50 cents per lb.